American Dreams and Make a Difference

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America has had it’s problems,


Martin Luther King Jr. had dreams,


So them tell me what is wrong with the Middle East,


And why do they think that they are so keen.



Men of Honor, strong and brave,


Imagine of what they see and all,


And what they see ends up with,


Them killing themselves and we fall.



Time goes on and so does change,


Babies are born,


They grow up,


And their parents are torn.



My Grandpa once said,


A Man of Honor never backs out,


And they never,


In their time pout.



On that terrible day,


When those two towers fell,


When my aunt died,


Lady Liberty rang that bell.



Now more and more die,


And we are all getting tired,


A lot of people and their jobs,


Are all getting fired.



Now that I’m older,


I now know and understand,


To not use a finger,


Unless needed on our hand.



President Bush might have made,


A good decision to him,


But now his presidency is like a candle,


Growing old from when it was lighted and dim.



Iraq, Iran,


Pakistan, Afghanistan,


Are all the countries,


We make the name of Taliban.



Terrorists have their own website,


And use Americans for murders,


But by the American way,


We’ll never surrender.



On that terrible day,


When those two towers fell,


When my aunt died,


Lady Liberty rang that bell.



Now more and more die,


And we’re all getting tired,


A lot of people and their jobs,


Are all getting fired.



The way Saddam Hussein treated his people,


Is the reason why we attacked them,


And we found him in the sewer,


All dirty with gunk.



Toby Keith wrote a lot of songs lately,


Most of them for the troops,


And then Basketball Players come and play with the kids,


And share their hoops.



Some people miss their friends,


Some mourn their death,


But some of the Taliban,


Still make a threat.



A lot miss their fathers, brothers, and family,


Some say it’s George W. Bush’s fault,


Some want to punch him out,


But they’ll only get a ticket for assault.



When my aunt died,


I made a promise and a duty,


I’ll join the army,


And now get caught off guard.





On that terrible day,


When those two towers fell,


When my aunt died,


Lady Liberty rang that bell.


I want my kids,


When they grow up and live,


In a country,


That has all to give.





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