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Lee Greenwood (born October 27, 1942 in South Gate, California) is an American country pop singer and songwriter. He is best known for a string of Countrypolitan hits throughout the 1980s, as well as for his hit "God Bless the USA".

Early life

After the separation of his parents, Lee grew up in Sacramento on the poultry farm of his grandparents. At the age of seven, he began playing the saxophone, and at the age…

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  • 'Murica.... FUCK YEAH.
  • This song is one of the best I have ever heard. Have you ever gone to a wake for a veteran and listened to the tribute made by the VFW? My father, as a VFW Commander has to do it. And he uses this song in a singing teddy bear that I bought him. It sings this Anthem to our country and those who fought for our freedom. If you cannot respect this country, the song and the man who wrote this song from his heart then you stand up and leave.
  • It's funny how patriotism without perspective and national cynicism both can be so outrageously presumptuous. Didn't y'all see that Irishman playing President Lincoln? Let's bind up the nation's wounds already and stop cocking each other's pussies!
  • God bless the USA!
  • god bles te husa lyke dis if u crai evrytim
  • America, love it or leave it. I mean, sure, we need to try to work on fixing some things, and helping each other, but this is one of the best countries in the world. If not, why are there so many trying to get in? If you'd rather live in a communist or socialist country, go move there...
  • Wow, he's fine. And his one hit wonder of a song is decent.
  • ♬ "And I'd gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today.' ♬ Really? Well, here's your second chance. Pick up a gun and hop to it! Plane leaves from over there. What? Sorry, I couldn't hear you with all the flags flapping in my ears. What? What's that? Oh, you've got another gig in Branson?" - David Cross
  • One opinion of the best Lee Greenwood songs: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5631984/the_best_lee_greenwood_songs.html?cat=2
  • I saw this guy live once. On my high school football field. For free. ha.

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