4th Of July 2010 – Some Rock ‘N’ Roll Songs To Celebrate Independence Day!


MANOWAR – Warriors Of  The World (2002)

July 4th, 2010 – Independence Day: Happy Birthday U.S.A.! On July 4th, 1776, The United States of America declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain, adopting the Declaration of Independence. What better way to celebrate July 4th, by listening to some patriotic Rock ‘N’ Roll songs that embody the spirit of America? Plus, I make no apologies to all of the Hollywood deadpans and political deadbeats that will be most offended by celebrating America, through song, on the 4th of July. For the rest of us Patriotic Americans out there… enjoy this list of songs that you might just crank up LOUD on this July 4th holiday!

Bruce Springsteen – Born In The U.S.A. (1984)

Grand Funk Railroad – We’re An American Band (1973)

The Charlie Daniels Band – In America (1980)

James Brown – Living In America (1985)

Helix – The Kids Are All Shakin’ (1985)

Kansas – Song For America (1975)

Billy Joel – Allentown (1982)

Ace Frehley – New York Groove (1978)

W.A.S.P. – Blind In Texas (1985)

GOD BLESS AMERICA!

Stone.

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5 Responses to “4th Of July 2010 – Some Rock ‘N’ Roll Songs To Celebrate Independence Day!”

  1. Helix are Canadian.
    And “Born In The U.S.A.” is about the way Vietnam War veterans were mistreated upon their return to America.

    How about “Rockin’ In The USA” and “All American Man” from KISS Alive II?
    And have you heard the remake of “We’re An American Band” by Autograph?

  2. Charlie Daniels band banding out some 70’s classic rock riffs on this one! hell yeah…great song IMO:

    *peep the dual drummers.

    IN AMERICA

    We’ll the eagle’s been flying slow, and the
    flag’s been flying low, and a lot of people’s
    saying that America’s fixing to fall.

    But speaking just for me and some people from
    Tennessee, we got a thing or two to tell
    you all.

    This lady may have stumbled but she
    ain’t never fell. And if the Russians don’t
    believe that they can all go straight to hell.

    We’re gonna put her feet back on the path
    of the righteousness and then God bless America
    again.

    And you never did think that it ever would
    happen again. In America, did you? You never
    did think that we’d ever get together again.
    Well we damn sure fooled you.

    We’re walking real proud and we’re talking real loud again in
    America. You never did think that it ever would
    happen again.

    From the sound up in Long Island out to San
    Francisco Bay, and ev’ry thing that’s in between
    them is our home.

    And we may have done a little
    bit of fighting amongst ourselves, but you outside
    people best leave us alone. Cause we’ll all stick
    together and you can take that to the bank.
    That’s the cowboys and the hippies and the rebels
    and the yanks.

    You just go and lay your head on a
    Pittsburgh Steeler fan and I think you’re gonna
    finally understand.

    And you never did think that it ever would
    happen again. In America, did you? You never
    did think that we’d ever get together again.

    Well we damn sure fooled you. We’re walking
    real proud and we’re talking real loud again in
    America. You never did think that it ever would
    happen again.

    ———————-

    That’s about as Patriotic as you can get.

    Good pull Stone.

    Kinger
    Swamplands

  3. Yankee Rose by Diamond Dave
    American Metal by Lizzy Borden

    • metalodyssey Says:

      Oh yeah… those two songs are a Metal lock. You betcha’. I always “throw in” the non-Metal songs when I do these lists, especially the ones that I personally have liked over the years.

      That Yankee Rose song by DD is a lifetime favorite of mine! ;)

  4. COVERDALE Says:

    Let us not forget “(You can still) Rock in America” by Night Ranger. And one of my favorites by Chuck Berry pretty much says it all “Back in the U.S.A.” God Bless the U.S.A. and God Bless the men an women of the U.S. armed forces!!!

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