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  1. Aug 20,  · No place to put down roots This land is ours We bought the freehold fair and square This land is ours The concrete was already here This land is ours .
  2. Oct 11,  · This Land Is Your Land sung by the childrens' choir at the Democratic Convention in Boston.
  3. This Land Of Ours Now poem by Gopalakrishna Adiga. Put this tree dead in roots erectLet the branches be as they areCollect the fallen leaves with choked feelings. Page.
  4. Jun 10,  · This Land Is Ours Lyrics: Everything is running wild / Lions lookin for prey / U can ask me if I'm a child / Baby I'll say just for today / This land is ours .
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  6. "This Land is Your Land" is one of the United States' most famous folk songs. Its lyrics were written by American folk singer, Woody Guthrie in based on an existing melody, in critical response to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America". When Guthrie was tired of hearing Kate Smith sing it on the radio in the late s he sarcastically wrote "God Blessed America for Me" .
  7. This Land is Your Land (Guthrie, Woody) This work is likely not in the public domain in the US (due to first publication with the required notice after , plus renewal or "restoration" under the GATT/TRIPS amendments), nor in the EU and those countries where .
  8. The first in a series of four, this recording presents many of Woody Guthrie's best known songs taken from the original masters. Included here is the original version of Woody's anthem "This Land Is Your Land," which contains never-before issued lyrics. A major force in .
  9. Jun 15,  · Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” could do the trick (and even if you don’t like it, the mere mention of its title is liable to give you a severe earworm anyway). But the song has lost a bit of its protest oomph, writes Mark Allan Jackson—in part because of a decades-long denial of its later verses.

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