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All American Kid Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Terry McBride, Brice Long, Craig Campbell
C G7 C Was the captain of the team his senior year G7 F In his eyes on his helmet he had no fear A#7 F Down by six ball on the ten C G7 C G7 Said huddle up boys we've got a game to win
C G7 C He snapped the ball he looked left and right G7 F Nobody was open so he tucked in tight A#7 F And with four of them boys hanging on to him C G7 C G7 The clock ran out as he ran it in
C A#7 F C And the whole town cheered and his momma cried A#7 F G7 And they rushed down field and they raised him high C G7 F Got his picture in the paper and the headline read Am G7 C G7 All American Comeback Kid
C G7 C He was recruited by the best schools in the land G7 F He decided he would sign with his Uncle Sam A#7 F Kissed his momma goodbye in their living room C G7 C G7 Said dad don't worry I'll be home soon
C A#7 F C And the whole town cheered and his momma cried C A#7 F G7 And they lined the street just to say goodbye C A#7 F Got his picture in the paper and the headline read Am G7 C Come back All American Kid
G7 C Three tours of duty and a silver star G7 F Brought him back home with his battle scars A#7 F He stepped off the plane in his combat boots C G7 C G7 He saluted the red the white and blue
C A#7 F C And the whole town cheered and his momma cried A#7 F G7 Another hometown boy made it home alive C A#7 F Got his picture in the paper and the headline read Am G7 C Welcome Back All American Kid
Am G7 F Yeah this song is for those who never did Am G7 C Come back All American kids
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