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The folk song begins slowly, opening with:
It then swings into a march tempo for the verse.
The song is made notable by the fact that it honors both native-born Americans and immigrants. The first verse reads:
While the second verse (sung on a repeat, as the introduction is not repeated) instead reads:
Both versions join together at the ending:
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