|Performed By:||Alan Jackson|
Where were you when the world stopped turnin' That September day Out in the yard with your wife and children Or workin' on some stage in L.A. Did you stand there and sob at the sight of that black smoke Rising against that blue sky Did you shout out in anger in fear for your neighbor Or did you just sit down and cry Did you weep for the children who lost their dear loved ones and pray for the ones who don't know Did you rejoice for the people who walked from the rubble And sob for the ones left below Did you burst out in pride for the red white and blue and the heros who died just doing what they do Did you look up to heaven for some kind of answer And look at yourself and what really matters (Chorus:) I'm just a singer of simple songs I'm not a real political man I watch CNN but i'm not sure I could tell you the difference in Iraq and Iran But I know Jesus and I talk to God And I remember this from when I was young Faith hope and love are some good things he gave us And the greatest is love
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