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One Heart, One Voice
American Patriotic Song Lyrics and Sound Clip
Hank Fellows


This song is available on The Hank Fellows New American Collection.  

Hank's patriotic song, first performed by school children in Joplin, Missouri 
for Veterans Day 2006.

Verse: 
When I think how it happened long ago,
A nation born upon this rugged shore,
I think of those who once dreamed a special dream,
To build a land like none that came before.
They dreamt of

Chorus: 
One Heart, One Voice, one land where all can be free,
A dream called America, a dream for you and me.

Verse: 
When I think of the faces young and old,
When first they came to see our mighty land,
I’m proud we welcomed each and ev’ry one,
And gave them hope and a helping hand.
We gave them

Chorus: 
One Heart, One Voice, one land where all can be free,
A dream called America, a dream for you and me.

Bridge: 
And on that dark day in September,
Those who planned far across the sea,
They thought our Towers tumbling down
Would bring us to our knees,
But oh how they were wrong,
Oh how we were strong –
We rose with

Chorus: 
One Heart, One Voice, one land where all can be free,
A dream called America, a dream for you and me,
We rose with

Repeat: 
One Heart, One Voice, one land where all can be free,
A dream called America, a dream for you and me,
A dream for you and me.

See more of our Songs in Remembrance of 9/11/2001Veteran's DayMemorial Day and Patriotic Song Lyrics

Many thanks to Hank Fellows for permission to display these lyric excerpts.
© Hank Fellows. All rights reserved. Used with permission

 

 


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