Текст песни Billy Ray Cyrus - Nineteen

NineteenNumber on his backVoted captain of his high school football teamTook us all the way to StateGot a scholarship to play down in TennesseeSaid he could run, he could duckHe could throw, he could goLike you never seenNineteenOn the day those twin towers came downHis whole world turned aroundHe told 'em all, "Y'all, I can't play ballThere's a war on now"So he marched right in with a few good menAnd joined the MarinesNineteenHe's the boy next doorHe might've carried your bags at the grocery storeNow he's somebody's son in a hole with a gunIn some foreign landTrying to hold on to his American DreamsNineteen

There's a sniper out there in the dark somewhereAnd a soldier downNeed someone who can run, who can duckAnd go get him outIt takes one good man to raise his handTake one for the teamHow 'bout you, nineteen?He's the boy next doorHe might've carried your bags at the grocery storeNow he's somebody's son in a hole with a gunIn some foreign landTrying to hold on to his American DreamsNineteenBrought him home todayWith the big parade down on main streetGave him a purple heart, a silver starSoldier gave a speechSaid, "He could run, he could duck, he could throwHe's the one who rescued me"Said, "He could've played for Tennessee"Um, number nineteenHe was nineteen
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