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It says on here that I will receive "a chorus of answers." Lets test that out. Can you answer this question with a song that is often used to inspire people?

Asked by ucme (50031points) January 23rd, 2010

An anthem maybe or any song played at say a celebration or a special event.

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bigboss's avatar

i love the song for pokemon.

dpworkin's avatar

Battle Hymn of the Republic.

Austinlad's avatar

Hail to the Chief

Bluefreedom's avatar

The Star Spangled Banner

ucme's avatar

That’s what I love about fluther the pokemon song & hail to the chief in close proximity,if not harmony. The contrast does not go unnoticed. Brilliant.

Harp's avatar

We Shall Overcome.

ucme's avatar

@RareDenver I know we are but don’t let on to the yanks they get so jealous~

janbb's avatar

I Will Survive

ucme's avatar

@jeffgoldblumsprivatefacilities I have this terrible vision that Mr. Woods played that song as he was humping one of his special ladies~

janbb's avatar

Vive La Quince Brigada

Dr_Dredd's avatar

“Do You Hear The People Sing” from Les Miserables

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

@ucme)-: I’m glad you like it.One of my favorites:)

gailcalled's avatar

Hallelujah Chorus.

laureth's avatar

Republican candidates often speak after Lee Greenwood has warmed the crowd up with I’m proud to be an American.

Democratic candidate Bill Clinton used song Don’t Stop Believin’.

gailcalled's avatar

God Save the Qureen (or King)

Le Marseillaise

(And the dreadful Deutschland, Deustchland, über alles.)

CyanoticWasp's avatar

The crowds at Fenway can get pumped when Johnathan Papelbon runs in from the bullpen in the top of the 9th to the Dropkick Murphys Shippin’ Up to Boston.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

The choral final movement of Beethovens Ninth Symphony.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

Edith Piaf’s “non, je ne regrette rien”.

gailcalled's avatar

This Land is Your Land
sung by the author, Woody Guthrie.

gailcalled's avatar

@stranger_in_a_strange_land: There seem to be many variations and extra verses. Arlo has a better voice than his dad, also.

Here is one in Welsh; don’t you love it?

Mae’n wlad i mi ac mae’n wlad i tithau,
O gopa’r Wyddfa i lawr i’w thraethau,
O’r De i’r Gogledd, o Fôn i Fynwy.
Mae’r wlad hon yn eiddo i ti a mi.

andrew's avatar

Any song by Journey. Take your pick.

liliesndaisies's avatar

I’m in if its the Pokemon song. :)

MagsRags's avatar

Pretty much everything performed last night on the celebrity Hope for Haiti telethon.

DeanV's avatar

Free Bird. But only this version.

Jeruba's avatar

You have to know your crowd. “God Bless America” will do it for some, and “Blowin’ in the Wind” will do it for others.

susanc's avatar

link

Kinda wonderful. After the changeover, they stuck the Xhosa/Zulu/Sesotho verses
in front of the Afrikaans/English verses. Plus, very stirring, I think.

filmfann's avatar

@andrew I have to run a virus check any time that band is mentioned.

FireMadeFlesh's avatar

I’m not sure if it is used often, if ever, but I find The End is Here by Alter Bridge to be inspirational, and one of my favourite songs of all time.

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