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Freedom lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
another very good historical song recorded by Johnny Horton.
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Johnny Freedom Recorded by Johnny Horton Written by Jule Styne and George David Weiss
G D7 G D7 G D7 G When our country was a baby and the Redcoats had their way A# F A# F A# F A# It was he who had a party tossing tea in Boston Bay G D7 G D7 G A7 It was he who braved the winter in the days of Valley Forge D7 A7 D7 Fighting side by side together with a fellow name of George
G D7 Johnny Freedom Johnny Freedom G You can meet him on each page of history C Am D7 He's the spirit of America our country's pride and joy G C D7 G Hats off to Johnny Freedom Johnny Freedom that's our boy
D7 G D7 G D7 G When our country started growing and the wagons headed west A# F A# F A# F A# When our country called for pioneers his name led all the rest G D7 G D7 G A7 What a figure in his rawhide coat and hat made of Raccoon D7 A7 D7 Wonder what there was about him made you think of Daniel Boone
G D7 G D7 G D7 G If we need a mess of thinking he's the Lincoln of the day A# F A# F A# F A# If we're fixing for a tussle it's his muscle all the way G D7 G D7 G A7 If we need a handsome fellow so the ladies hearts can throb D7 A7 D7 There's a Yankee Doodle Dandy always handy for the job
G D7 Johnny Freedom Johnny Freedom G You can meet him on each page of history C Am D7 He's the spirit of America our country's pride and joy G C Hats off to Johnny Freedom Johnny Freedom D7 G That's our that's our that's our boy
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