Mr Red White and Blue Lyrics

By Coffey Anderson
Take from Boots and Jeans Album


it's the guts and it's the glory,
a hundred stripes a hundred stories,
it's the pledge of allegiance on the fourth of July,
it's them hand written letters from home, it's the sleepless nights alone,
it's his new born baby he left with his wife. Mr. Red White and Blue lay down his life Mr. Red White and Blue, for these stars and stripes. hey,
from the fields of Indiana,
from the swamps of Louisiana,
to the golden coast of Californ',
uncle Sam's the only family he's got,
his purple heart beat won't stop,
and his eighteenth birthday was the day he was born.
Mr. Red White and Blue, lay down his life, Mr. Red White and Blue for these stars and stripes.
(Mr. Red White and Blue) stand on the front line.
(Mr. Red White and Blue) pay the ultimate price.
Ohhh.
he was the man of the house where he was born.
his family is proud but torn.
but if you knew him you would understand,
he was raised on how to be brave,
just to see the flag still wave,
and then he came home with only one hand.
he's Mr. Red White and Blue, lay down his life,
(Mr. Red White and Blue) for these stars and stripes,
(Mr. Red White and Blue) stand on these front lines,
(Mr. Red White and Blue) he'll pay the ultimate price,
(Mr. Red White and Blue) lay down his life. (Mr. Red White and Blue) for these stars and stripes.
march in line, march in line,
hey X3