Aaron Lewis played two sold-out shows at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom last month.  The last song he performed was called, "Am I The Only One."  From the video, you can hear people singing along to the words.

Here it is in case you were not at the show, here's the video:  (NOTE:  There are words used that may be considered offensive to some and may not be appropriate for children.)

Several years ago, Aaron Lewis established himself as a country artist after he had gained fame with the rock band, Staind.  Since then, he has had success in the Country genre.

The controversy surrounds the lyrics to the song that mention the removal of statues, a reference to Bruce Springsteen, and other references.

Aaron has been very outspoken with how he stands politically.  According to an article from Loudwire, here's what he said this about why he wrote it:

I wrote this next song because I'm sitting here as a 49-year-old father of three watching a very small handful of people destroy the country that was handed down to me by my forefathers — the country that my grandfather and my uncles, they all fought for.

Aaron Lewis, "Am I The Only One" Lyrics

Am I the only one here tonight
Shakin' my head and thinkin' somethin' ain't right
Is it just me? Am I losin' my mind?
Am I standin' on the edge of the end of time?
Am I the only one? Tell me I'm not
Who thinks they're takin' all the good we got
And turnin' it bad, hell, I'll be damned
I think I'm turnin' into my old man

Am I the only one, willin' to bleed
Or take a bullet for bein' free
Screamin', "What the fuck" at my TV
For tellin' me, yeah, are you 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
Am I the only one not brainwashed?
Makin' my way through the land of the lost
Who still gives a shit and worries 'bout his kids
As they try to undo all the things he did?
Am I the only one who can't take no more
Screamin', "If you don't like it, there's the fuckin' door"
This ain't the freedom we've been fightin' for
It was somethin' more, yeah, it was somethin' more
Am I 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
I'm not the only one
I can't be the only one
Am I the only one who quits singin' along
Every time they play a Springsteen song?
Am I the only one sittin' here
Still holdin' on, holdin' back my tears
For the ones who paid with the lives they gave
God bless the U.S.A
I'm not 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
I'm not the only one
I can't be the only one

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