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We're all American girls
And we love the life that we lead
We're all American girls
Hear what we say, know what we mean

We're all American girls
Young American, young American, she wants the young American
All right
She wants the young American

Scanning life through the picture window
She finds
Blowin' in the wind
Callin' out my name like a long lost friend
Oh I miss those days as the years go by
Oh nothing's sweeter than summertime
And American
Montmartre?
No.
Not the Moulin Rouge?
No.
Not the Folies Bergere?!
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. They are

Only for Americans
The midnight life in gay
Well she was an American girl
Raised on promises
She couldn't help thinkin' that there
Was a little more to life
Somewhere else
After all it was
how the world keeps turning
Hot dog, hot damn
I love, this American ride
Gotta love this American ride, oh yeah
He was born in the belly of the country,
Over East of Eden, yeah,
Confused by the big city blues,
He didn't know whose life he's leading, no,
Put
(Carlene Carter)

To have and hold suburban life
Forever live as man and wife
Welcomed by the neighborhood
The neighbors here are really good
They
of the ozone burnin.
Funny how the world keeps turnin.
Hot dog, Hot damn.
I love this American ride.
Gotta love this American ride.
Oh yeah,
Na na na na na
Well she was an American girl
Raised on promises
She couldn't help thinkin' that there
Was a little more to life
Somewhere else
After all it was
the evidence of what I can't see.
And when people doubt the things that I do.
When I do what God told me to...
For the rest of my life I'm not making sense,
Well she was an American girl
Raised on promises
She couldn't help thinkin' that there
Was a little more to life
Somewhere else
After all it was
Well she was an American girl 
Raised on promises 
She couldn't help thinkin' that there 
Was a little more to life 
Somewhere else 
After all
Well she was an American girl 
Raised on promises 
She couldn't help thinkin' that there 
Was a little more to life 
Somewhere else 
After all
Well they sit out by the hot tubs
Oh what a dangerous life
And they talk about how they got their stuff
Oh what a dangerous life
They drink
a
Courage of dreams
In trance as mission
Trans-American
Moving on

For just one moment in time
I want to walk where it is
Sustain a stature in life
Here comes my one and only
She whispers something to me
I hear the words but i don't know what she means 
Oh she speaks American English
Oh don't
We're all American girls
And we love the life that we lead.
We're all American girls -
Hear what we say
know what we mean.
We're all American
Is speaking of life that passes like dew
Forced me to see you've done better by me
Better by me than I've done by you

Now what's to be found,
don't care about the author,
They think he's a joke

Man, see some folks say,
"All truth is relative, it just depends on what you believe."
You know, "hey
We're all American girls
And we love the life that we lead.
We're all American girls -
Hear what we say
know what we mean.
We're all American
of the rest of your life

Not a day goes by that I don't think of you
I'm always asking why this crazy world had to lose
Such a ray of light we never knew
Gone
anyway (no time today) you've got no life and you live in a box and afraid (all fade away) you take what you feel what you lie and steal, you're american
sent to war against the American people. And we're supposed to feel relieved and secure and protected. Protected from what?!

A lot of people with more
Worked all his life in the rail yards
Summer heat, winter cold
He sits by the fire, now he’s retired
But he don’t really feel all that old

She comes