4 Classic Patriotic 4th of July Songs

Miley Cyrus Party In The USA
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Fourth of July is just around the corner and things such as BBQs, fireworks, good food, and celebration comes to your mind when one thinks about 4th of July. Also, how can we forget classic 4th of July songs? People all over the Internet are searching for terms such as “patriotic 4th of July songs,” “4th of July music patriotic 4th of July songs,” and “good 4th of July songs.”

The history of this day itself is so glorious. On July, 4, 1776, 13 colonies came together and claimed their independence from England, this event led to the formation of the United States. After keeping in mind its history, a good way to celebrate 4th of July is by listening and dancing to the top 4th of July songs and patriotic songs.

Best 4th of July Songs

Bruce Springsteen: “Born in the U.S.A.”

It was released in the year 1984, and the lyrics of the song truly give out a patriotic feeling to the song. No wonder, it is listed in the classic 4th of July songs. You can even watch the video and reminisce old days. The song’s lyrics are as follows:

“Born down in a dead man’s town / The first kick I took was when I hit the ground / End up like a dog that’s been beat too much / Till you spend half your life just covering up / Born in the U.S.A., I was born in the U.S.A. / I was born in the U.S.A., born in the U.S.A.”

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Miley Cyrus: “Party In the U.S.A.

Although Miley Cyrus is known for her eccentric behavior and pictures lately, we just cannot stop grooving to this song. It comes as no surprise that this song is listed in our patriotic 4th of July songs list. The lyrics are as follows:

“I hopped off the plane at L.A.X. with a dream and my cardigan / Welcome to the land of fame, excess, whoa! am I gonna fit in? / Jumped in the cab, here I am for the first time / Look to my right, and I see the Hollywood sign / This is all so crazy, everybody seems so famous / My tummy’s turnin’ and I’m feelin’ kinda homesick / Too much pressure and I’m nervous / That’s when the taxi man turned on the radio”

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Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: “American Girl”

Another 4th of July song to look forward to. This song was the second single and it was re-released in 1994. The lyrics of the song are as follows:

“Well, she was an American girl / Raised on promises / She couldn’t help thinkin’ / That there was a little more to life somewhere else / After all it was a great big world / With lots of places to run to / And if she had to die tryin’ / She had one little promise she was gonna keep”

Don McLean: “American Pie”

This song by Don McLean was released in 1971. This song was a number one hit in the U.S. for about two weeks. The lyrics of the song are as follows:

“A long long time ago / I can still remember how / That music used to make me smile / And I knew if I had my chance / That I could make those people dance / And maybe they’d be happy for a while”

 
 
 
 

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