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Be sure to visit our Suggest Tool and Submit Ideas that you would like to see made into Top 10 videos! http://www.WatchMojo.com/Suggest They’re no ‘Star-Spangled Banner’, but these classic songs stir up that patriotic feeling nonetheless! Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be taking a look at our picks for the top 10 Most American Patriotic Songs. For this list, we’ll be looking at songs from American music greats like James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Diamond, Woody Guthrie, Katharine Lee Bates & Samuel A. Ward, Simon and Garfunkel and Brooks & Dunn among others to see who best championed the values of the land of the free, home of the brave. Did your favorite patriotic American song appear in the list? Let us know in the comments below!
These are the tunes that have sung the praises of the red, white, and blue, and inspire a flash of patriotic pride. Whenever they’re played. Welcome to watch mojo.com and today we’ll be Kevin down our pigs for the top 10, most American patriotic song.
Before we begin, we publish new videos every day. So be sure to subscribe for more great content for this list. We’re looking at the most iconic songs ever written that celebrate the United States of America and its culture. We’ve also decided to exclude the star Spangled banner, Number 10, living in America, James Brown, When Apollo creed uses a two minutes an entrance song, you know, what’s going to be an American class And living in America, James Brown sings about the universal American experience. The day to day fixtures and commonalities of life in this interconnected nation from all night diners, keeping you awake on black coffee to the super highways that span from coast to coast, a song, celebrating the opportunities and challenges that all Americans faced together. Living in America was a lyrical hat tip to the country that offered the prospect of the good life to those who were working overtime to try and achieve it. Number nine, an American trilogy Elvis Presley.
Oh, I wish I was
A mashup of three songs ranging from the unofficial Anthem of the Confederacy, an African American folk lullaby and the union’s battle hymn of the Republic on American trilogy brought together music from every angle of the USA at no one performed better than the King.
Making the song famous while crooning on the shores of Hawaii Presley sang about his Homeland in the Southern us and the prospect of a brighter future. Singing that all my trials, Lord will soon be over no matter where in the U S have a, the listeners from, we can all relate to that little tug of homesickness when we’re away.
Number eight, born in the USA, Bruce Springsteen,
Sometimes showing love for your country means pointing out its flaws. A song often misinterpreted as nothing but patriotic boasting Springsteen’s lyrics. Actually tell a sad story about the troubled years during and after the Vietnam war Disheartened by the poor quality of life. Many veterans experienced upon returning home. The singer paints a bleak picture of the reception blue collar workers receive and the pervasive sense of cultural defeat and hopelessness that spread across the nation. A song about a turbulent chapter in American history, born in the USA serves as a reminder, not to turn a blind eye to the suffering of bellow countrymen Verse seven. This land is your land. Woody Guthrie. Yeah,
This land is your land. This land is my land, California and the new yard guy land.
There’s no denying it. America is home to some of the most beautiful natural sites on earth praising these various landscapes. Guthrie’s tribute to the countryside of the USA reminds listeners that the wonders he sees should be appreciated and enjoyed by all
Redwood bar. And then the Gulf stream water
From lush forests to endless golden wheat fields. There’s defiance and Guthrie’s voice. As he overcomes no trespassing signs and proclaims that nobody living will ever stop him from seeing the land. He has a right to experience.
Mine was painted that private property went on the back side. Didn’t say nothing. This land was made for you and me.
So many breathtaking sites to take in. It would be a shame to ignore the song’s advice and not take in as much as we can. Number six, only in America, Brooks and Dunn. One of the things that makes America so great is the diverse patchwork of people living in it from a school bus driver to the kids on the bus to want to be rockstars and newlyweds. They’re all United under the American dream
One child is dreaming of fame and fortune while another is just trying to help pay the rent. But there’s no limits placed on what all these characters might achieve in their lives. It’s a proud reminder that no matter where you’re from or who you are, everybody’s free to chase their own version of the American dream.
Number five America, Simon and Garfunkel.
A central cross country. American road trip is one of the first images that comes to mind for many. When they picture the land of the free telling the story of two lovers, traveling the country in search of the idea of America, the song follows them from Pittsburgh to New Jersey.
That’s a narrator looks out and sees the rest of the cars, crowding the turnpike. However, he realizes that America is a concept that each and every one of us is looking for. Be at the soundtrack to a road trip or a backyard. Barbecue are endless search to define American identity echoes in each line of this timeless song.
America, the beautiful Katharine Lee Bates and Samuel a war
Song on our list. America. The beautiful was originally written as a poem, celebrating the trials and tribulations of American settlers and soldiers, as well as the stunning natural beauty of the country.
The tune praises, the pilgrims who first arrived and laid the foundations for freedom. Along with the soldiers who loved their country enough to lay down their lives, to defend it. One of the most famous American ballads of all time, it’s rally and cry of America. America is sure to get that patriotic fervor pumping
Performed at Superbowls and Obama’s inauguration America. The beautiful is about as American a song, as you can find,
Number three America, Neil diamond.
We’ve been traveling.
It’s not easy to pack up your life in a suitcase and move to another country, but sometimes it’s worth it. Celebrating newcomers arriving on the shores of America. Neil diamond song explores the hope and fear that comes with chasing the American dream.
Set to an optimistic and uplifting tune. It tells the story of immigrants coming on boats and planes, dreaming for the freedom and opportunity that will greet them. Once they step foot on the shores, their new home, my
It reminds us that though they may be newcomers. These one day citizens have as much love for this country. They’ve come to, as those who have been Americans for generations,
God bless America. Irving Berlin.
One of the most famous American hymns of patriotism. This prayer said to music has been played at baseball games, hockey nights, football championships, Speedway events, and a plethora of other classic American get together.
Originally written by Irving Berlin in 1918, but famously recorded by many artists, including Kate Smith, Leann Rimes, Celine Dion, and Daniel Rodriguez. The song is both attributed to God’s watch over the country and to prayer that he continued to do that
Such a beautiful song. Please stand and sing.
As you hear each line recited with passion and pride, it’s hard not to feel a rush of affection for the nation and
Before we unveil our number one pick here are a few honorable mentions.
Number one, God bless the USA. Lee Greenwood
Tomorrow, all the things were gone.
The unofficial Anthem of patriotic pride in the United States Greenwood’s hit has sold over a million copies in the States alone. Wow,
There’s a rally song for Ronald Reagan and to boost morale during the Gulf war, as well as resurging on the charts. After the September 11th attacks the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the assassination of Osama bin Laden, God bless the USA has served its country on every occasion that Americans needed. A little boost of patriotism.
A ballad that celebrates every aspect of being American. It’s a tune that demands to be turned up a little louder when the stars and stripes are
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