Patriotism for Independence Day July 4th 2012

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Columbia Gem of the Ocean

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“Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean” is a United States patriotic song which was popular during the mid-19th and early 20th centuries, especially during the Civil War era. It may have functioned as an unofficial national anthem in competition with “Hail, Columbia” and “The Star-Spangled Banner” until the latter’s formal adoption as the national anthem of the United States during 1931. For some years the song’s melody was used as the Voice of America’s interval signal.

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BATTLE HYMN OF THE US REPUBLIC

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GOD BLESS AMERICA – 4TH of JULY

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God Bless Whitney Houston; one that could sing the Star Spangled Banner…….

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To those that DO NOT REALIZE there is a SECOND VERSE to the Star Spangled Banner:

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God Bless the U.S.A.

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Where the stars & stripes & the eagle fly

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