Why do some people love patriotic songs?
Posted On July 28, 2021
As we head into the final week of summer, some of us are taking it easy on our patriotic songs.
The American Music Awards, which were set to take place Sunday in Los Angeles, have moved to this weekend because of the threat of the Zika virus, according to The Associated Press.
The ceremony, which is held annually in Hollywood, was supposed to be held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angelas, where the awards ceremony was set to be in June.
That’s because of what has become a major health issue in the country, which has seen nearly 40 cases of Zika.
But this weekend’s awards ceremony is at the U.S. Cellular Center in Chicago.
So, we’ll be watching this weekend closely, with many patriotic songs expected to be played.
Here are some of the best patriotic songs of the summer: “I’m With You” (from the movie The Muppets) “I love the country music genre, but I’m with you for my country.
I’m your country, and I love it.”
“Aunt Jemima” (written by Meryl Streep and performed by Jennifer Lopez) “What’s your favorite country song?
It’s not even a song.
It’s a song about what country is, and why we love country music.”
“We’ve Got a Feeling” (by Taylor Swift) “A little girl who just graduated from college is dying and wants to tell her mom what happened.
What she needs to tell mom is that she’s going to be fine, but it’s going so fast.”
“It’s All in Your Head” (featuring Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar) “You know I know, I know what you’re thinking.
But it’s not a secret, it’s a feeling.”
“You’ve Got the World on a String” (writing by T. Rex and performed on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”) “A girl named Kae was looking for a man who wanted to take her to a party.
He told her that it’s just for a date.
That night, Kae’s heart stopped and she was dead.
A new life took her in a new direction.
Now she’s a mother of two.
She loves the world and she loves her daughter.”
“Sweet Caroline” (a song by Elton John) “When the sun sets on this country, there’s no sun, only the moon.
And it’s the perfect time to dance to the sounds of country.”
“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” (George Strait) “The night of my mother’s death, I cried with tears in my eyes, ‘Mother!
It didn’t sing the way the song was supposed for me to sing it. “
“Let Me Roll” (Written by Willie Nelson and performed live on “American Idol”) “When I got my first guitar, I got it to sing a song, and it didn’t work out the way I wanted.
It didn’t sing the way the song was supposed for me to sing it.
But I kept on singing, and every time I tried to sing, I could hear my mother.
She was singing and crying and begging me to stay, and you could hear it in her voice, ‘Don’t go, Daddy.
Don ‘t go.
You’re never going back.’
“”You Can’t Touch Me” ( written by Tina Turner and performed at the Grammys) “If I had a dollar for every time someone on stage or screen says, ‘I know you’re scared.
I know you’ve been to hell,’ I’d have a lot of dollars.
But you gotta know, you’ve got to have faith.
You’ve got faith that the things you’ve seen, the things that you’ve done, the stories you’ve told, that people can get through.
And if you don’t believe that, then you have to have love, and if you love, then it’s okay to get lost.
“”The Star-Spangled Banner” (Ace Frehley) “All right, I’m in the middle of this song.
Now it’s time for the stars to be set, and the song’s just getting started.
So I’m gonna get this right.
“”I Got a Song for You” “I am a country boy.
I have a song for you, baby, and a song to sing.
“”Dancing in the Streets” (Beyoncé) “This is my country, America.
And the stars are aligning.
The sun is shining.
And all of you are here to dance.
We can do it.