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What is the most 'American' song, I'm thinking Free Bird or Country Roads.

So many of these songs are Southern. Some east coast too. I have no idea what the North is into, I think they see Springsteen or the Crooners as more Americana.

I think the USA as a whole maybe looks to Elvis as a uniting artist?
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Fat - Weird Al
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That "I'm proud to be an American" song that played everytime some feel good propaganda came on after 9/11

American pie is also in the name
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This Land is Your Land
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The actual answer is the non-ZOG US national anthem Hail Columbia but I'd also nominate the Sonny Bono deep cut The Revolution Kind
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This
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8XJ_uTXcNM
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Isn't it obvious
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1mlCPMYtPk



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