收聽Frank Sinatra的The House I Live In歌詞歌曲

The House I Live In

Frank Sinatra, Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians2010年1月1日

歌詞

The House I Live In - Frank Sinatra (弗蘭克·辛納屈)/Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians

Written by:Earl Robins/L. Allan

What is America to me

 

A name a map or flag I see

 

A certain word democracy

 

What is America to me

 

The house I live in

 

A plot of earth the street

 

The grocer and the butcher

 

And the people that I meet

 

The children in the playground

 

The faces that I see

All races and religions

 

That's America to me

 

The place I work in

 

The worker by my side

 

The little town or city

 

Where my people lived and died

 

The howdy and the handshake

 

The air a feeling free

And the right to speak my mind out

 

That's America to me

 

The things I see about me

 

The big things and the small

 

That little corner newsstand

 

And the house a mile tall

The wedding and the churchyard

 

The laughter and the tears

 

And the dream that's been a growing

 

For a hundred and eighty years

 

The town I live in

 

The street the house the room

 

The pavement of the city

 

Or a garden all in bloom

 

The church the school the clubhouse

 

The millions lights I see

 

For especially the people

 

That's America to me

 

***歌詞來自第三方***