Kenny Ray Horton

Kenny Ray Horton

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Country - Rock | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 18   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

A tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States.

Lyrics

Just To Protect Us All
Written by Kenny Ray Horton

Verse 1

I went to school
Where we still pledged allegiance
To every flag
That hung in every classroom we had
And I was raised
Stick to what I believe in
Do what's right
I learned all of that from my Dad
Momma said
Sonny say your prayers now
And I'm allowed to worship whomever I like
So I thank God
Oooh for all the people
Who do their jobs
And work so hard to give that right



Chorus

There's men and women sailin' cross oceans
Soldiers marchin' in constant motion
People totally devoted
(Just to protect us all)
Families havin' to wave goodbye
Tears of love and hope in their eyes
People out there givin' their lives
(Just to protect us all)

Verse 2

May you never know
The pain that sailor's feelin'
Or that soldier
As his little boy cries, "Daddy, don't leave!"
There's a pilot waitin'
On his midnight sortie
Marine that's standing watch
So we can lay our heads down to sleep
Say a prayer
For those who chose to be there
Our protectors
Defenders of our way of life
Red, white, and blue
We'll keep Old Glory flying
American pride
That is one thing that will never die because...

Chorus

Bridge

Say a prayer for those
Who died for us to be free
Cause there's never been a freedom
That we got for free

Chorus (repeat...out)

Song Length
4:30
Genre
Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

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