I had no idea.
I didn’t know who sang the songs, how many people did it, or what the lyrics were.
I never heard of it until the late ’70s, when I was listening to the radio in my car.
It was a radio show on WTSP in Houston, Texas, that talked about the military, and one of the guests was a man named Robert H. Brown, a veteran of the Korean War who’d returned from Vietnam.
Brown was known for his patriotic singing, so I knew he was the one who sang patriotic songs.
So I thought, What’s he singing about?
And he said, I’m singing about a country that’s been here forever.
When I saw that song on the air, I knew I had to listen to it.
I don’t think there’s a single American veteran who doesn’t remember a patriotic song that he or she loved.
And I know that’s a big thing for many people, but I think for a lot of Americans, especially veterans, it’s more about what’s happened in the past than what happened in a specific time.
When I was growing up, we all grew up listening to patriotic songs and being patriotic, but it wasn’t always the case.
And the first time I heard a song like this, I thought it was a little bit cheesy.
But as I listened to it more, I realized that it was about the American people, and I was surprised by how sincere it was.
The lyrics were really about our people and how they had come through these wars, and how the United States was always the country of freedom and justice.
And the song was really a patriotic salute to our country.
I think there are so many songs that have patriotic lyrics, but not many of them have the kind of love and sentiment that I think I’ve found in this one.
It’s about a lot that is special about this country, and that’s something that I know from my own personal experience, and my experience as a veteran.
So the song, for me, really resonated with me.
It really was the first song I heard in my life where I knew exactly what it was that was being sung.
And for me it really was a very American song.
It spoke to me about our American history and how it was shaped by a lot more than just the war in Vietnam.
So it was great to hear that a song that I loved in the ’70th century had a patriotic twist to it, and it had an American flavor to it as well.
So when we hear these songs on the radio, we want to hear them as patriotic songs, and we want them to be about the people that we are, not just about the war that we fought.