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God save the queen
12017-06-23T23:11:43+00:00Donal Hegartyd91ac6951fc09687a65f62d6a62eb9d3c37c260315plain2017-07-13T02:01:55+00:00Alisa Clapp-Itnyre ea81b58f96dc50ac6f0312cb8dfd4bbc7d5bfddc“God save the Queen” perhaps needs no introduction, being the national anthem in England. Today they sing it to honor Queen Elizabeth but of course in the 1800s, they were honoring Queen Victoria who reigned from 1837 to 1901. “God save the Queen” was learned by all schoolchildren of the century. I think many must have enjoyed it: I have found it written into a schoolboy’s personal songbook and into the cover of a school songbook. Our kids learned it quickly, already knowing the tune to “My country ‘tis of thee” which early Americans co-opted from their British counterparts for their own national anthem.
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