“America” has consistently stood out as one of Neil Diamond’s most emotionally charged songs during his performances, eliciting deep feelings not only from the audience but also from the singer himself. With an unwavering affection for the country, Diamond proudly expresses his love for America without hesitation. Witnessing him perform it live often moves many listeners to tears.

The impact is particularly profound for the immigrants present in the crowd, as they hear their own stories being celebrated through the song’s heartfelt lyrics. Neil Diamond’s genuine passion shines through every rendition, as he wholeheartedly believes in the great promise that this country holds and aims to share it with people worldwide.

Interestingly, the origins of this legendary song trace back to Diamond’s brief venture into acting, when he contributed to the soundtrack of the film “The Jazz Singer,” a remake of Al Jolson’s first talkie

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