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"I Believe in This Country" is the ninth song of the 1967 Disney film The Happiest Millionaire, written by the Academy Award-winning songwriting team of Richard Sherman and Robert B. Sherman.

Lyrics

Anthony:
I believe in this country
But our country's unprepared
Our defenses aren't worth a hill of beans
So when a man loves his country
Should he sit back and complain
Or call out the United States Marines?

What's wrong with that?
What's wrong with that?
What better way, what better means
To take my stand with the Marines?
What's wrong with that?

Voice:
What's wrong with that?

Anthony:
What's wrong with that?

All:
What better way, what better means
To take your stand with the Marines?

Anthony:
What's wrong with that? (What's wrong with that?)

v - e - d
Happiest Millionaire logo
Media
The Happiest MillionaireSoundtrack
Characters
Anthony Biddle • Cordelia Biddle • Aunt Mary • John Lawless • Mrs. Duke • Mrs. Worth • Cordy Biddle • Angie Duke • Tony Biddle • Liv Biddle
Songs
FortuosityWhat's Wrong With That?Watch Your FootworkValentine CandyStrengthen the DwellingI'll Always Be IrishBye-Yum Pum PumAre We Dancing?I Believe in This CountryDetroitWhen a Man Has a DaughterThere Are ThoseLet's Have a Drink on ItIt Won't Be Long 'til ChristmasOff Rittenhouse Square
Locations
PhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaMichigan
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