Truth, Justice, And The American Way (3:40)

03:42
Andy Lee White

Story

Produced by Bruce Bennett and Andy Lee White

Engineered and mixed by Bruce Bennett

Mastered by Rodney Mills Masterhouse

Douglas Jacobs - Electric Guitar, Electric Sitar

Rafael Tazmaco Siacca - Bass

Rich Nichols - Drums

Nicole Mulkey - Backing Vocals

Dana O'Dell - Backing Vocals

Bruce Bennett - Keyboard, Backing Vocals

Thom Jenkins - Trumpet

Andy Lee White - Lead/Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, 12 and 6 String Electric Guitars, Piano, Tambourine

Lyrics

 

It’s a sad, sad day when people watch what they say

‘Cause they’re all so afraid that their freedom could go away

Seems we might be in quite a mess

Afraid they’ll bite if we confess

In plain sight we all undress the king

Whatever happened to truth, justice and the American way

And what are we supposed to do

When even Superman’s too ashamed to say…

It’s a bad, bad time when our boarders are covered with crime

We’re taxed out of our minds to fight a war we’re not behind

Arm yourselves for your own sake

Fill up your shelves and have a plan made

Don’t wait for Elvis ‘cause it’s cooler in the shade

Whatever happened to truth, justice and the American way

And what are we supposed to do

When even Superman’s too ashamed to say…

Whatever happened to the words our heroes said

Now, I’m so confused ‘cause they’re making fun instead

Now, what’s wrong with a little patriotic pride

And it won’t be long till they’ll be wishing she was back by their side

Whatever happened to truth, justice and the American way

And what are we supposed to do

When even Superman’s too ashamed to say

Truth, justice and the American way

Truth, justice and the American, American, American

Truth, justice and the American way

Even Superman’s too ashamed to say

The American way

The American way

The American way

Even Superman’s too ashamed to say

TRUTH!

© 2011 Andy Lee White