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Stand Up For Your Country
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Solid country rock songs. Simple yet very expressive. If you listen closly to the bass guitar, you may notice that it's being played by Garry Tallent who is the bass player in Bruce Springsteen's "E-Street Band"!!!
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Tommy John Ehman
Tommy John Ehman
Wheels of Life
Fri Dec 18, 2009
Country : Alternative Country
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» highest in charts:   # 33   (68,849 songs currently listed in Country)
» highest in sub-genre:   # 4   (7,861 songs currently listed in Country > Alternative Country)
About the song
I felt the need to write something patriotic. My country, Canada, has soldiers fighting in Aphganistan right now and I know they doing a scary job. I just want them to know we're thinking about them and we're proud of what they're doing, keeping Canadians safe here at home and helping Aphgan people have a safer place to live.
They make us so proud!!!
Stand Up For Your Country – T. Ehman – copyright 2008

I woke up this morning, looked out my window
Saw a beautiful sunrise, waking the day

A house on the corner, a wife and the kids
Just everyday people, with a little something to give

I don’t want to tell you now, how to live your life
But I know we’re all trying hard, to do what we think is right
And I’m calling all Canadians, to stand up
Stand up for your country.

High on the mountains, down through the valleys
All across the wheat fields, to the heart of the city streets

On a long stretch of highway, a wide open sky
Oh, But we built this land, we built it on hard work,
peace and pride


Come on rise up lift your voices, they’re playing our song
Wrap yourself around the flag and fearlessly hold on

This our land, this is our home
Where we raise our kids and we raise our flag
We sing our song and we sing her praise
Oh, but it’s a little rough,
Yea, a little rough on us these days