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BON JOVI - Made In America Lyrics

R.samboraMade in americaNineten fifteen nineBorn down by the factoriesCross the jersey city lineRaised on radioJust a jukebox kidI was alrightJust a small town homeboyWith big time dreamsFoollowing his conscienceIn a world full of extremesFresh outta high schoolOnly seventeenI was alrightBlinded by my visionThere ws just no turning backLika a runaway trainLife was steaming down the trackYou'd say I'd never make it outBut I kept on hanging onEvery night I prayed to jesusAnd held my head up strongI was alrightI landed on my feetMade in americaI was brought up on the streetMy old man's independenceSeemed good enough for meI was made in americaMade in americaNever cared much about politicsTil I was twenty oneBut I woke up when lennonFound the wrong end of a gunHe left his inspirationBefore he said boodbyeAnd we were alrightWe all lose out innocenceIt's impossible to holdI didn't know it thenI had a packet full of goldWhen I kissed those younger days goodbyeIt almost broke my heartI was going to ghrough my growing painsI was driving in the darkBut I was alrightI landed on my feetMade in americaI was brought up on the streetI'm facing up to freedomAnd chacing down my dreamI was made in americaYeah I was made in americaYeah we all lose our innocenceIt's impossible to holdI just didn't know it thenI had a packet full of goldWhen they said I'd never make itI just kept on hanging onAnd every night I prayed to jesusAnd I held my head up strongAnd I was alrightI landed on my feetMade in americaI was brought up on the streetFacing up to who I amChasing down my dreamI was made in americaYeah I was made in america
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