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THANK YOU AMERICA (US FILM PRINT) Walter Jurmann/Bernie Grossman 1941 Deanna Durbin 1941 As sung by Deanna Durbin in the film Nice Girl? 1941 Director: William A .Seiter Leads: Deanna Durbin/Franchot Tone/Walter Brennan Song also released as a single on Decca British version of this film contained the substitute ending 'There'll Always Be An England' (written by Ross Parker/Harry Parr Davies/Hugh Charles) I give my thanks to America I live to thank you America For the right to play For the right to pray For the right to say what I want to say. I pledge my my heart to America To do my part for America I'd give my life to save it The flag of the brave and the true I'm mighty proud to wave it America thanks to you. I give my thanks to America I live to thank you America For the right to play For the right to pray For the right to say what I want to say. I pledge my my heart to America To do my part for America I'd give my life to save it The flag of the brave and the true I'm mighty proud to wave it America thanks to you. (Durbin and chorus) I pledge my my heart to America To do my part for America I'm mighty proud to wave it America thanks to you. (Transcribed by David Story - June 2013)

    


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