I guess they are proud to be an American.

‘Idol’ Contestants Record Greenwood Songs For Charity
The song choice for the first “American Idol” charity single has been changed to a pair of cover versions of Lee Greenwood’s “I’m Proud To Be an American” and “God Bless the U.S.A.” Performed by the show’s second season finalists, the double-A side single will be released April 15 or April 22 via RCA Records. As previously reported, the single was originally going to be a remake of the Burt Bacharach-penned “What the World Needs Now Is Love.”
The contestants sang the Greenwood songs during the March 26 “Idol” episode. “They got such an overwhelming, positive response from viewers for doing those songs that we decided to release them as the ‘American Idol’ charity single,” RCA executive VP/GM Richard Sanders told Billboard magazine.