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Always True to the Star-Spangled Banner The Star-Spangled Banner means a lot to the American people It represents the hardships and victories that we as Americans have prevailed against This song perfectly depicts the challenge of the American Revolution This war was fought between Great Britain and the North American Colonies it took place in the years 1775-1783 and is the reason why the North American Colonies won their Independence I dont know one person that dislikes our nations song It is a beautiful piece of work and it deserves respect from all We as Americans should be proud of this wonderful song Not one country has the privilege to sing this son but us the Americans Every one should take advantage of this privilege without resent Debbie Sapp states in her student essay that the average person cannot sing the star spangled banner If this holds true then why do millions of people unite their voices to sing the National Anthem before a sporting event Any person can sing the National Anthem It doesnt necessarily have to be perfectly in tune or to the beat The ability of an American voice to sing is not important What is important and should be valued is the feeling of inspiration that Americans get when they sing this song We as Americans are free people and we should also sing our National Anthem as freely as we can The Star-Spangled Banner is not at all offensive to anyone What is sung in this song happened in the past and does not serve the purpose of offending any one nation The diction is perfectly chosen each word stresses much style and expression The whole song is expressed with much emotion and enthusiasm I must admit that there was a time when I didnt know the meaning of some of the words that the National Anthem contains Even though this was true I still sang the song with
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