All-American Girl

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By: Carrie Underwood

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Since the day they got married

He'd been praying for a little baby boy

Someone he could take fishing

Throw the football, be his pride and joy

He could already see him holding that trophy

Taking his team to state

But when the nurse came in with a little pink blanket

All those big dreams changed

And now, he's wrapped around her finger

She's the center of his whole world

And his heart belongs to that sweet, little, beautiful, wonderful, perfect

All-American girl

Sixteen short years later

She was falling for the senior football star

Before you knew it he was dropping passes

Skipping practice just to spend more time with her

The coach said, "Hey, son, what's your problem

Tell me have you lost your mind?

Daddy said you'll lose your free ride to college.

Boy, you better tell her goodbye."

But now, he's wrapped around her finger

She's the center of his whole world

And his heart belongs to that sweet, little, beautiful, wonderful, perfect

All-American

And when they got married and decided to have one of their own

She said, "Be honest, tell me what you want?"

And he said, "Honey, you ought to know...

A sweet, little, beautiful one just-a like you.

I want a beautiful, wonderful, perfect all-American..."

Now he's wrapped around her finger

She's the center of his whole world

And his heart belongs to that sweet, little, beautiful, wonderful, perfect

All-American girl

All-American girl

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