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God Bless The U.S.A. - Various - From Sea To Shining Sea (Cassette)

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  1. From sea to shining sea You know, I wish I had somebody to help me sing this (America, America, God shed his grace on thee) America, I love you America, you see My God he done shed his grace on thee And you oughta love him for it Cause he, he, he,he crowned thy good He told me he would, with brotherhood (From sea to shining Sea).
  2. God bless the USA From the lakes of Minnesota To the hills of Tennessee Across the plains of Texas From sea to shining sea From Detroit down to Houston And New York to LA For there's pride in every American heart And it's time we stand and say That I'm proud to be an American Where at least I know I'm free And I won't forget the men who died.
  3. God bless the U-S-A From the lakes of Minnesota F To the hills of Tennessee Dm Across the plains of Texas A#7 G7 From sea to shining sea C From Detroit down to Houston Em And New York to LA Dm Well there's pride in every American heart Am F And it’s time we stand and say Repeat #3,4,3,4.
  4. God Bless The U.S.A. - July 4th (GCX4CW) was created by AnthonyV on 7/4/ It's a Small size geocache, with difficulty of , terrain of It's located in Texas, United States. God Bless The U.S.A. - July 4th This cache was placed on July 4th, and is locted in Huebner Creek Park in North West San Antonio.
  5. The words seemed to flow naturally from the music, and came out with total honesty,” the singer-songwriter wrote in a book, “God Bless the U.S.A.: Biography of a Song” (co-authored with.
  6. The last song that Lauryn covers in this patriotic medley is ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’ This song was written by country music artist Lee Greenwood in but rose in popularity after the September 11, terrorist attacks. “From the lakes of Minnesota To the hills of Tennessee Across the plains of Texas From sea to shining sea.
  7. "From sea to shining sea", originally used in the charters of some of the English Colonies in North America, is an American idiom meaning "from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean " (or vice versa). Other songs that have used this phrase include the American patriotic song " God Bless the U.S.A. " and Schoolhouse Rock 's "Elbow Room".
  8. God Bless the USA () Lyrics: If tomorrow all my things were gone / I'd worked for all my life / And I had to start again / With just my children and my wife / I'd thank my lucky stars / To be.
  9. God Bless America In Videos "From sea to shining sea" is an American idiom meaning from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. The words are by Katharine Lee Bates, an English professor at Wellesley College.

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