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Old Glory

This song is by Phil Stacey and appears on the album Into The Light (2009).

In the midnight hour, I see her
Waving proudly through the night
The stars and stripes she bears
Are a glorious sight

She represents all the heroes
Who couldn't stand to see her fall
They represent this great nation
And remind us all

There is still the land of freedom
And the home for the brave
A nation under God
Where justice reigns

There's a country united
However different we may be
We can walk a little taller
When we see old glory

There is strength within her colors
And courage all can see
That brings hope and peace to some
And others to their knees

There is power in her presence
And a calm within her wave
And if you listen closely
You can hear her say

There is still the land of freedom
And the home for the brave
A nation under God
Where justice reigns

There's a country united
However different we may be
We can walk a little taller
When we see old glory

She's been tattered, she's been turned
Been abused and even burned
But she hasn't lost a thread of dignity

Because her strength can't be found
In her colors or her bounds
Her strength is found in you and me

So let us all remember
The sacrifices made
The battles we've won
And the prayers we've prayed

Let's make sure that our heroes
Didn't sacrifice in vain
Let us join together
And proudly proclaim

There is still the land of freedom
And the home for the brave
A nation under God
Where justice reigns

There's a country united
However different we may be
We can walk a little taller
When we see old glory

So let's walk a little taller
When we see old glory
Oh yeah, old glory, yeah

Written by:

James Matchack; Joel Philip Stacey

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