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Song of the USA

America Rules is a song sung by the Simpsons in the episode "Bart-Mangled Banner". The music was written by Alf Clausen and the lyrics by John Frink. It is the twenty-fourth track on the album The Simpsons: Testify.

LyricsEdit

Homer:
Now people have been accusing this family of not loving our country. But you can't spell USA without "US," eh?
The Simpsons:
Oh beautiful for spacious skies
For amber waves of grain.
Homer:
Fifty stars and thirteen stripes.
Marge:
Okay, kids, show off your pipes.
Bart:
Americans are brave and loyal.
So come on, jerks, give us your oil.
Lisa:
My card here says "ACLU,"
Now look what I'm going to do.
Homer:
To love our country is no chore.
Marge:
Wait right here for our encore!
(inmates applaud)
Homer:
We mean it, don't move!
(inmates laugh)
Prisoner:
They've escaped!
Homer:
Okay, kids, show off your pipes.
Bart:
Dad, why are you still singing that stupid song?
Homer:
Because, if they catch us, we might have to do it again! And next time, I want it tight!

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