You're A Grand Old Flag. Words and Lyrics by George M. Cohan. The Facts About Our Song. Title : You’re A Grand Old Flag Composer : George M. Cohan Lyricist : George M. Cohan Year : 1906
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Words and Lyrics by
George M. Cohan
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You're a grand old flag, tho' you're torn to rag,And forever in peace may you wave.You're the emblem of the land I love,The home of the free and the brave.Ev'ry heart beats true under Red, White and Blue,Where there's never a boast or a brag;"But should auld acquaintance be forgot,"Keep your eye on the grand old flag.