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Albums:

The Weekend [with Lil Jon] (Lil Jon) · The Weekend [with Lil Jon] (Eden XO) · My Humps [Digital Lil Jon Remix] (The Black Eyed Peas) · Proud American To Be (Lil Jon) · Proud to Be American (8Ball) · Proud to Be an American (The Fabulous Hubcaps) · DJ's Choice: Proud to Be American (Drew's Famous) · Jon Hall Brings Music from Hawaii (Jon Hall) · The Great Jon English (Jon English) · The Best of Jon & Vangelis (Jon & Vangelis) – and 90 other albums »


[Chorus: lil scrappy (lil' jon) 2x]
Forever I love Atlanta 
Forever I love Atlanta (what!)
Forever I love Atlanta 
Forever I love Atlanta (what!)
[Chorus]
Throw it up Mother fucker throw it up [Repeat: x4]
If you scared to throw it up get the fuck out the club [Repeat: x4]

[Lil Jon
around me
And I'm grateful I'm so very grateful

I'm also an American and I'm proud
I'm proud because I have the right to worship God as my Master
above) to be livin here today
Cause our flag still stands for freedom and they can't take that away

I'm proud to be an American where at least I know I'm
my gun with me (always) for peace I keep it right by my side (05 bitch)
Big Nate long beach we'll keep Lil' Jon tight beat so come on let's ride
To be living here today 
'Cause the flag still stands for freedom 
And they can't take that away 

[Chorus] 
And I'm proud to be an American
See he's a gangster, I'm a hustler 
Yo it's either thank ya, or it's fuck ya 

[Ice Cube + (Lil Jon)] 
I'm down with Lil Jon ain't got to pretend
Yeah!
They ain't ready for this one nephew (nah!)
Lil Jon (hey!) Snoop Dogg (uh-huh!)
Turn this shit up nigga! (let's go!)

[Chorus]
1800, I'm
[Too $hort]
One time it's by Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boyz
Who we talkin to man, who we talkin to
Any nigga that act like a wha (bitch)
Any any
never done before, I'm not ya ordinary hoe

[Chorus]

[Lil' Jon]
I fell off in the club (shawty)
Not lookin' for love (shawty)
But I'm lookin' for
something that you never done before, I'm not ya ordinary hoe

[Chorus]

[Lil' Jon]
I fell off in the club (shawty)
Not lookin' for love (shawty)
But
free

My flag's still flyin' 
There ain't no denyin'
I'm American born and bred
Still proud and united
Bring hell and I fight it
This blue collar
Lil Jon with the beat (jeah!) and now them hoes want to call ya
I ain't Michael Jackson the P won't quit
I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6
ain't fucking with the ho if she don't know how to donut, for real

[Jazze Pha + Lil Jon]
Hey bitch (hey bitch), sign your name on the dotted line
Yeah! yeah!
Yeah! yeah!
Yeah! BME Cliq
This ya boy Lil'Jon
A lot of y'all niggas be talkin' 
'bout air force ones and shit (OK)
About Adidas
the fuck is BME
Y'all niggaz ain't BMF
I can hadle y'all bitches by my damn self
Fuck lil scrappy, fuck lil jon, fuck don p and his son
Fuck big sam, fuck
[Chorus]
Throw it up Mother fucker throw it up [Repeat: x4]
If you scared to throw it up get the fuck out the club [Repeat: x4]

[Lil Jon
in my piece of chain
Diamonds in my piece of
Diamond diamonds in my piece of chain
Diamonds in my piece of chain

[Lil Jon]
Yea
This shit right
above) to be livin here today
Cause our flag still stands for freedom and they can't take that away

I'm proud to be an American where at least I know I'm
[Intro: Lil' Jon]
This your boy Lil' Jon
I'm here to tell you
With another one
Here we go, here we go
Well, I got DJ Smurf, D-Roc and Kaine
See he's a gangster, I'm a hustler 
Yo it's either thank ya, or it's f*** ya 

[Ice Cube + (Lil Jon)] 
I'm down with Lil Jon ain't got to pretend
[Chorus]
Throw it up Mother fucker throw it up [Repeat: x4]
If you scared to throw it up get the fuck out the club [Repeat: x4]

[Lil Jon
Bitch)
Big Nate, Long Beach, won't keep, lil' jon, tight beats, so come on let's ride!

What's up with these tryin' to play a nigga
Go to court these
feat. Nas, Lil Jon
[Lil Jon] 
Yeah! 
Bravehearts! 
Yeah! 
That boy Nas! 
Yeah! 
Me I'm your boy Lil Jon 
Yeah! 
Right now we going to talk
By white people, and for white people. Native americans, 
Blacks, and all other non-white people, were to be the 
Burden bearers, for the real