I'm Glad I live in Canada





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Published on Mar 1, 2008

Bowser and Blue sing a joyful song about being Canadian, while freezing their buns off on a balcony in Montreal. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com

"I'm Glad I live in Canada who wouldn't like it here?
Canadian is a railway. Canadian is a beer.
We have gun control unlike our neighbours to the south.
The only thing we can't control is Don Cherry's mouth!

There's two kinds of people in the world that I have met
Canadians, and people who aren't Canadians yet.
There's a test you have to take to be a citizen:
Would you like to be Canadian? (Yeah!) Okay, you're in.

I'm glad I live in Canada summer, spring and fall.
Our country is so big. Our problems are so small.
When dot coms went under I was A-okay
I was not dot com, I was dot C-A

Canada is So much more than a border line.
Canada's not a state, it's a state of mind.
Some Americans are Canadians to them we tip out hats
About half of them I'd say, they call them Democrats.

I'm glad I live in Canada for that I do give thanks.
I like lakes and mountains, Real Estate and banks.
You'll learn things in Canada you'll never learn in school
Like Mexico is hot but Canada is cool!"

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