Monday, July 4, 2011

LL, back at you ...

My favorite version ever sung of Our National Anthem !




God bless OUR country on her day of Independence !

22 comments:

  1. Happy 4th of July (235th) Odie!

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  2. Odie, thanks for that. Whitney can sing a little and does a stellar job on that one. Happy Independence Day to you sir.

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  3. Thanks Odie. And Happy Fourth of July to All.

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  4. Thank you Deb. I saw that live as did most of us that Super Bowl Sunday. It's something you don't forget.

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  5. Thank You Otis ... Happy 4th back at you.

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  6. Absolutely the best version of our beloved National Anthem!

    A Happy Independence Day to you!

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  7. On Watch ... Happy 4th of July to you too!

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  8. I thought about putting up a video like this today, and the first one that popped into my head was WHITNEY... you are right, about the best delivery I can recall in all my days, man did she have the pipes before she got all screwed up

    A happy Independence day to you and yours

    RR

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  9. RR, It's my favorite. Happy 4th of July.

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  10. Hi Odie! Happy 4th! This is a great version. Too bad Whitney got all crackheady later on...oh well, remember the good.

    Have a fun holiday!

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  11. Happy Independence Day and God Bless America!

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  12. Loved the video!
    Happy 4th~ Hope you had a Good Day

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  13. Bunni, too bad she went goofy, but she had it for awhile.

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  14. Stopsign, I did have a good day, thanks. Happy 4th of July!

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  15. Thanks for thinking of me. The National Anthem IS Independence Day to me.

    I attended a patriotic rally at a large city park where I live and a fireworks show. I'm sure that Democrats who attended melted like the Wicked Witch of the West after a bucket of water was dumped on her.

    40,000+ people stood, took off their hats and sang the National Anthem. It was a celebration of America, not a celebration of the differences between us as individuals (how un-progressive). There was a prayer to open the event - and I'm sure that might have been a hint to progressives attending that it wouldn't go THEIR way.

    Where my family sat on the grass, there was a Coptic (Egyptian Christian) priest and some of his flock on one side, and a Jewish rabbi on the other. There were many Muslims there too. (Southern California is a melting pot) America is a nation of many races, many places of origin, many different backgrounds - but AMERICANS are ONE PEOPLE.

    God bless America.

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  16. LL, thanks for the celebration update. It sounds like you had a great time.

    God Bless America!

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