Patriotic poetry, a partial redux

“Old Ragged Flag” Johnny Cash
“Proud to be an American” Lee Greenwood
“American Soldier” Toby Keith
“Battle Hymn of the Republic” Julia W. Howe
“Have You Forgotten” Daryl Worley
“Yankee Doodle Boy” George M. Cohan
“This Land is Your Land” Woodie Guthrie
“Star-Spangled Banner” Francis Scott Key
“America the Beautiful” Katherine Lee Bates
“Hail to the Chief” James Sanderson &/or Sir Walter Scott
“Letters from Home” John Michael Montgomery
“Marine’s Hymn” (”from the halls of Montezuma”)
“Over There” George M. Cohan
“Ballad of the Green Beret” SSGT Barry Saddler
“Lift Every Voice and Sing” James Weldon Johnson
“My Country Tis of Thee” Samuel Francis Smith
“Battle of New Orleans” Johnny Horton
“Hail, Columbia” Joseph Hopkinson
“When Johnny Comes Marching Home” Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore
“America, I Love You” Edgar Leslie
“God Bless America”
“Stars and Stripes Forever” John Philip Sousa
“US Air Force Anthem” (”off we go into the wild blue yonder”)
“US Navy Hymn” (Anchors Away)
“US Army Anthem” (”the caissons go rolling along”)

Poetry only:
“The American Flag” Joseph Rodman Drakeman
“In Flanders’ Field” John McCrae
“Barbara Frietchie” John Greenleaf Whittier
“Liberty Tree” by Thomas Paine
“America for Me” Henry Van Dyke
“God Save the Flag” Oliver Wendell Holmes
“I am an American” Elias Lieberman
“The Concord Hymn” Ralph Waldo Emerson

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