Personally, I am not a country music fan, but I watched this video and I was so blown away.
It really spoke to me, and what I am feeling right now with the state of the country and it did so on a really deep and personal level, and I think you’ll agree.
Country star Aaron Lewis did it again.
Breitbart reported that country music rock star Aaron Lewis has released a music video to his hit single “Am I the Only One,” setting the anthem to a montage of patriotic Americana as well as images from Black Lives Matter riots and COVID-19 shutdowns.
“Am I the Only One,” co-written by Ira Dean and Jeffrey Steele, is a rallying cry for patriotism, especially for U.S. military personnel. But the song also hits a note of despair over the country’s far-left turn, which has led to large-scale societal breakdown and attacks on America’s heritage.
The single, which was released in July, takes aim at left-wing activists who tore down historic statues and laid waste to major cities during last year’s widespread riots.
The music video goes further by incorporating footage of closed businesses and empty store shelves during the pandemic.
“Am I the only one here tonight, shakin’ my head and think’ something ain’t right,” the song begins. “Is it just me, am I losing my mind, am I standing on the edge at the end of time?”
The song continues:
Am I the only one / Willin’ to bleed / Or take a bullet for being free
Screamin’ what the hell at my TV / For tellin’ me / Yeah you’re tellin’ me
That I’m the only one / Willin’ to fight /
For my love of the red and white / And the blue, burnin’ on the ground
Another statue comin’ down / In a town near you
Watchin’ the threads of Old Glory come undone
You can watch the video below:
Aaron Lewis is the country star who is responsible for starting a lot of really, really LOUD “F Joe Biden” chants.
The music video coincides with Lewis’ tour, which includes upcoming stops in Grand Prairie and Nacgodoches, Texas, and Lake Charles, Louisiana. Other stops include Salamanca, New York; Charleston, West Virginia; Kansas City, Missouri; Aurora, Illinois; and Detroit, Michigan.
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