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and see the place where you belong

It's near a town they say by the name of want to stay
Right near a little village called someday
It's just across
here

Whoa, whoa, everybody's dreaming big
Whoa, whoa, everybody's just getting by
That's how it goes in every day America
A little town with a great big
She
She came from the land of the cotton
A land that was nearly forgotten
By everyone

And she
She worked and she slaved so hard
Big old field
This big town is a shelter for me
I found a place to hide my misery
I lost my love so long ago
And though my heart is hurting so
The one I love
This big town is a shelter for me
I found a place to hide my misery
I lost my love so long ago
And though my heart is hurting so
The one I love
This big town is a shelter for me
I found a place to hide my misery
I lost my love so long ago
And though my heart is hurting so
The one I love
This place is a ghost town now
This place has lost its people
This place has lost its charm

The land of liberty has been betrayed by
The monster
oh Little Liza Liza Jean
Oh Little Liza Liza Jane oh Little Liza Liza Jean

He took me to his great big town
Lots of people standing around
They
oh Little Liza Liza Jean
Oh Little Liza Liza Jane oh Little Liza Liza Jean

He took me to his great big town
Lots of people standing around
They
at the homestead and then in the town

From little things big things grow
From little things big things grow

Vestey man said I'll double your wages
Seven quid
you alive


Your daddy , Joe Little, had woes of his own

Drink was much stronger than greed

But some in the city felt native red hands

Were no place
And everyone's got money
And no place to go
In a land of milk and honey
It can really make you smile
And if I had a ticket
I would stay in biscuit city for a while
people
To a place called Wounded Knee
And they found themselves surrounded
By the 7th Cavalry

Big chief Big Foot
Rise up from your bed
Minneconjou babies
Born the middle son
Of a farmer
And a small town
Southern man
Like his daddy's
Daddy before him
Brought up
Workin' on the land
Fell in love
A great big yard for kids and pets to play
This one won't last too long
It's close to schools and churches
Owner leaving town
You better hurry down
that I see
All races and religions, that's America to me

The place I work in, the worker by my side
The little town or city where my people lived
My folks own the land round here
And our big old house now for some fifty odd years
We'd all seen a few rough days
But I never dreamed I'd watch it
America to me
The place I work in
The worker by my side
The little town the city
Where my people lived and died
The howdy and the handshake 
The air
America to me

The place I work in
The worker by my side
The little town the city
Where my people lived and died

The howdy and the handshake
On the river float papa's great big boat that's how my papa goes into town
He takes every bit of the night and day
Then ever reach the place where the people
You were brought up in a small town
Where everyone greeted with a morning smile
I mean the place was so free from crime
You could leave your front
America to me
The place I work in
The worker by my side
The little town the city
Where my people lived and died
The howdy and the handshake 
The air
She, she came from the land of the cotton,
Land that was nearly forgotten by everyone,
And she worked and she slaved so hard,
A big old field was
could ask for more
We got no fancy things to show just a place to watch our children grow
So come on down...

We got no big fine car to drive and no fancy
to town
I picked out a lot in the big cemetery in the shade of a tall maple tree

Figured it's the least I could do for my papa
After all the things