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​Blue Collar Done Turn Red

This song is by Gretchen Wilson and appears on the album I Got Your Country Right Here (2010).

I still think about the way it was
When you could still speak your mind
Back when uncle Sam put a gun in your hand
And you laid it all on the line

Well, my grand daddy never did have any trouble
With standin' up for what he believed
People today seem to be ashamed
Of the price that we paid to be free

My flag's still flyin', there ain't no denyin'
I'm American, born and bred
Still proud and united, bring hell and I fight it
This blue collar done turn red

We used to judge a man by the shake of his hand
And his honor and his honesty
Never knocked him down when he stood his ground
'Cause it wouldn't beat the policy

Now there's mail out bills and fat cat deals
And the senate and the house are goin' on
We gotta stick to our guns and remember the ones
Who made this country strong

'Cause my flag's still flyin', there ain't no denyin'
I'm American, born and bred
Still proud and united, bring hell and I fight it
This blue collar done turn red

My flag's still flyin', there ain't no denyin'
I'm American, born and bred
Still proud and united, bring hell and I fight it
This blue collar done turn red
And it ain't over

'Cause my flag's still flyin', there ain't no denyin'
I'm American, born and bred
Still proud and united, bring hell and I fight it
This blue collar done turn red
This blue collar done turn red
This blue collar done turn red

Written by:

Dallas Davidson and Gretchen Wilson