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    Cyburbian Seabishop's avatar
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    State Songs

    Are there any state songs worse than this one? Are there Canadian Provincial songs? Its pretty new and I'm not even sure what it sounds like but the lyrics are bad enough.

    Rhode Island's It for Me
    Written by Charlie Hall
    Music by Maria Day
    Arranged by Kathryn Chester


    Iíve been to every state we have,
    and I think Iím inclined to say
    that Rhody stole my heart:
    You can keep the forty-nine.

    Herring gulls that dot the sky,
    blue waves that paint the rocks,
    water rich with Neptuneís life,
    the boats that line the docks.
    I see the lighthouse flickering
    to help the sailors see.
    Thereís a place for everyone:
    Rhode Islandís It for Me.

    Rhode Island, oh Rhode Island
    surrounded by the sea.
    Some people roam the earth for home;
    Rhode Islandís It for Me.

    I love the fresh October days,
    the buzz on College Hill,
    art that moves an eye to tear,
    a jewelers special skill.
    Icicles refract the sun,
    snow falling gracefully.
    Some search for a place thatís warm:
    Rhode Islandís It for Me!

    Rhode Island, oh Rhode Island
    surrounded by the sea.
    Some people roam the earth for home;
    Rhode Islandís It for Me.

    The skyline piercing Providence,
    the State House dome so rare.
    residents who speak their minds;
    no longer unaware!
    Roger Williams would be proud to see his colony,
    so donít sell short this precious port:
    Rhode Islandís It for Me!

    Rhode Island, oh Rhode Island
    surrounded by the sea.
    Some people roam the earth for home;
    Rhode Islandís It for Me.

    Rhode Island, oh Rhode Island
    surrounded by the sea.
    Some people roam the earth for home;

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    hee! that is pretty horrible. possibly even worst than my college alma mater.

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    Here is NB's theme song and a link for teh other provinces. No idea of the tune or anything, did not know this piece of useless info until you asked.

    The Land of New Brunswick
    By Donald McLeod (1973)

    Beautiful New Brunswick.
    The Land of New Brunswick.
    Hymne du bicentenaire du Nouveau-Brunswick/New Brunswick bicentennial hymn.
    I'm heading for New Brunswick.
    Les mademoiselles du Nouveau-Brunswick.
    Mon Nouveau-Brunswick.
    My land (New Brunswick).
    Natif du Nouveau Brunswick.
    New Brunswick.
    New Brunswick by the sea.
    New Brunswick celebrates.
    New Brunswick, land I love/Nouveau-Brunswick, une terre que j'aime.
    New Brunswick waltz.
    Le Nouveau-Brunswick.
    Old New Brunswick moon.
    Take me back to old New Brunswick.
    Welcome all to New Brunswick

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    I have no idea who wrote this merde, but I stole it from the site donk mentioned:

    Ontario

    Black flies of Ontario.
    Je suis allť en Ontario.
    Ontario.
    Ontario, you've been more than fair to me.
    A place to stand.
    Take me back to old Ontario.
    When it's mayflower time in old Ontario.

    I much prefer the unofficial Canadian National Anthem - Bob and Doug McKenzie's "Take Off", which I unfortunately could not find the lyrics to. The Hockey Night in Canada theme works just as well.

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    I remember the song for ontario going something like this

    give me a place to stand
    and a place to grow
    we'll call that place
    ontari ari ari o

    there are a few more stanzas but that is the gist of the chorus.

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    Hey ... what about Alabama's state song?

    If I leave here tomorrow, will you still remember me.
    Cause I must be traveling on now, cause there's to many places I've got
    to see.
    And if I stay here with you girl, things just couldn't be the same.
    Cause I'm as free as a bird now, and this bird you can not change.

    oh,oh,oh,oh,oh and this bird you can not change,
    and this bird you can not change
    Lord knows I can't change.

    Whoooooooooooooooo!!!!!! (rebel yells, shouts, and gunfire)

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    Originally posted by Tranplanner
    I much prefer the unofficial Canadian National Anthem - Bob and Doug McKenzie's "Take Off", which I unfortunately could not find the lyrics to. The Hockey Night in Canada theme works just as well.
    Take Off
    Bob & Doug McKenzie (with Geddy Lee)

    (Transcribed from original recording)

    (Spoken) This is where the DJ talks. Don't say anything, okay?
    (Spoken) Okay, eh?

    (Sung) Cooo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coooo!
    (Sung) Cooo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coooo!

    (Spoken) Okay. Good day. Welcome to our single. I'm Bob McKenzie and
    this is my brother Doug.
    (Spoken) How's it going, eh?

    (Spoken) Beauty, eh?
    (Spoken) Yeah, I like that.

    (Spoken) Okay. (Okay.)
    (Spoken) Okay, everyone. This record was my idea.
    (Spoken) Get out!
    (Spoken) It was.
    (Spoken) You're lying!
    (Spoken) He... Hosehead here just sort of rid on my coattails.
    (Spoken) Why are you doing this? It was our idea together, eh?
    (Spoken) Yeah, okay.
    (Spoken) (Yeah, okay.)
    (Spoken) We agreed to... to say that, but...
    (Spoken) Ah, take off!

    CHORUS:

    Take off! To the Great White North!
    Take off! It's a beauty way to go.
    Take off! To the Great White North!

    (Spoken) Decent singing, eh?
    (Spoken) Yeah.
    (Spoken) Yeah, he's good.
    (Spoken) Okay, so Good Day. Our topic today is music.
    (spoken) That's right like, cause my brother and I are now experts in
    the field.
    (Spoken) Yeah, right, cause we're a band now. (Yeah, yeah, so...)
    (Spoken) And ummm... Well, except for him, I'm a band.
    (Spoken) Aww. How can you do that? Making me look bad. You're such a
    hosehead.
    (Spoken) Yea? Well, take off!

    CHORUS

    (Guitar solo)

    (Spoken) Hey, hosehead.
    (Spoken) Yeah, what?
    (Spoken) Yeah, listen to this what's coming. You know what it is?
    (Spoken) What?
    (Spoken) It's a drum solo!
    (Spoken) Okay, everyone, like this is me on the drums!
    (Spoken) Oh, get out! It is not. You're not...
    (Spoken) It is so!
    (Spoken) Stop lying, will ya?
    (Spoken) Take off, eh!
    (Spoken) Aww...

    CHORUS x2

    Take off!

    Ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooooo!
    Ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooo, ooooo!

    (Repeat to end of song)

    (Spoken) Beauty, eh?
    (Spoken) Like magic, eh? It's coming in.
    (Spoken) Well, that's like...
    (Spoken) It's like it was sung by angels.
    (Spoken) Hey, hosehead.
    (Spoken) Yeah, what?
    (Spoken) Guess what?
    (Spoken) What?
    (Spoken) It's over!
    (Spoken) Take off! That can't be it!
    (Spoken) Well... It is, yeah. Yeah, it is.
    (Spoken) Why?
    (Spoken) Because, well, hit records are short. Like, they...
    (Spoken) No way.
    (Spoken) ...yeah, they're not that long.
    (Spoken) Okay. So, that's our topic for today. So, Good Day!
    (Spoken) Good day!

    (Shouted) Ay, you guys!
    (Spoken) What?
    (Shouted) Take off!

    (Spoken) Wait! No!
    (Spoken) Hey! Don't go!
    (Spoken) No! Come back, eh?
    (Spoken) Aww. Look what you did! Everybody's gone because of you! You said...
    (Spoken) Come back! I won't let him do it again!
    (Spoken) My fault, eh?
    (Spoken) Yeah, your fault.
    (Spoken) You are such a hoser.
    (Spoken) There's no way I'll ever do another record with you Hoser.
    (Spoken) Okay, that's fine! I'll do a solo album.
    (Spoken) Fine then, you'll be looking for me...
    (Spoken) Yeah? I will not.
    (Spoken) ...on another label.
    (Spoken) Aww. Now everybody's gone.
    (Spoken) So?
    (Spoken) Good day!
    (Spoken) Good day!
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    Give me a break!

    Talk about sugary sweet:

    Give Me Louisiana
    Written by Doralice Fontane
    Composed by Dr. John Croom

    Give me Louisiana,
    The state where I was born
    The state of snowy cotton,
    The best I've ever known;
    A state of sweet magnolias,
    And Creole melodies
    Oh give me Louisiana,
    The state where I was born
    Oh what sweet old memories
    The mossy old oaks bring
    It brings us the story of our Evangeline
    A state of old tradition,
    of old plantation days
    Makes good old Louisiana
    The sweetest of all states.

    Give me Louisiana,
    A state prepared to share
    That good old southern custom,
    Hospitality so rare;
    A state of fruit and flowers,
    Of sunshine and spring showers
    Oh give me Louisiana,
    The state where I was born
    Its woodlands, Its marshes
    Where humble trappers live
    Its rivers, Its valleys,
    A place to always give
    A state where work is pleasure,
    With blessings in full measure
    Makes good old Louisiana
    The dearest of all states.

    Give me Louisiana,
    Where love birds always sing
    In shady lanes or pastures,
    The cowbells softly ring;
    The softness of the sunset
    Brings peace and blissful rest
    Oh give me Louisiana,
    The state where I was born
    The smell of sweet clover
    Which blossoms everywhere
    The fresh new mown hay
    Where children romp and play
    A state of love and laughter,
    A state for all here after
    Makes good old Louisiana
    The grandest of all states.

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    Re: Give me a break!

    Originally posted by Planderella
    Talk about sugary sweet:
    You're right. I think I'm in a diabetic coma.

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    Do any of these state songs ever get used? They're horrible!

    At least this isn't as bad as RI's!

    Old New Hampshire
    Written by Dr. John F. Holmes
    Composed by Maurice Hoffmann

    With a skill that knows no measure,
    From the golden store of Fate
    God, in His great love and wisdom,
    Made the rugged Granite State;
    Made the lakes, the fields, the forests;
    Made the Rivers and the rills;
    Made the bubbling, crystal fountains
    Of New Hampshire's Granite Hills.

    Old New Hampshire, Old New Hampshire
    Old New Hampshire Grand and Great
    We will sing of Old New Hampshire,
    Of the dear old Granite State

    Builded He New Hampshire glorious
    From the borders to the sea;
    And with matchless charm and splendor
    Blessed her for eternity.
    Here, the majesty of mountain;
    Here, the grandeur of the lake;
    Here, the truth as from the hillside
    Whence her crystal waters break.

    Old New Hampshire, Old New Hampshire
    Old New Hampshire Grand and Great
    We will sing of Old New Hampshire,
    Of the dear old Granite State
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    Quick, simple, and catchy!

    On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin!
    Grand old badger state!
    We, thy loyal sons and daughters,
    Hail thee, good and great.
    On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin!
    Champion of the right,
    "Forward", our motto
    God will give thee might!"
    "I'm a white male, age 18 to 49. Everyone listens to me, no matter how dumb my suggestions are."

    - Homer Simpson

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    Black flies of Ontario?

    I like the way RI's song insults the other 49 states. I mean RI is nice but I'm pretty sure if I "roamed the Earth" I could find someplace a little nicer.

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    I love You California
    Written by F. B. Silverwood
    Composed by A. F. Frankenstein

    I love you, California, you're the greatest state of all
    I love you in the winter, summer, spring, and in the fall.
    I love your fertile valleys; your dear mountains I adore,
    I love your grand old ocean and I love her rugged shore.

    chorus

    I love your redwood forests - love your fields of yellow grain,
    I love your summer breezes, and I love your winter rain,
    I love you, land of flowers; land of honey, fruit and wine,
    I love you, California; you have won this heart of mine.

    chorus

    I love your old gray Missions - love your vineyards streteching far,
    I love you, California, with your Golden Gate ajar,
    I love your purple sunsets, love your skies of azure blue,
    I love you, California; I just can't help loving you.

    chorus

    I love you, Catalina - you are very dear to me,
    I love you, Tamalpais, and I love Yosemite,
    I love you, Land of Sunshine, half your beauties are untold,
    I loved you in my childhood, and I'll love you when I'm old.

    chorus

    When the snow crowned Golden Sierras
    Keep their watch o'er the valleys bloom.
    It is there I would be in our land by the sea,
    Ev'ry breeze bearing rich perfume,
    It is here nature gives of her rarest,
    It is Home Sweet Home to me.
    And I know when I die I shall breathe my last sigh
    For my sunny California.




    I actually kind of like this one... it covers a lot of the things I love about California. Of course, it doesn't cover any of the things I hate about California (and why I moved away)... but it's not too bad.

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    I think there was a parody of the California song in the movie "Moon Over Parador."

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    Her's mine.....

    I actually like this song....my Mom can sing the whole thing(not very well, but she can)


    State of Maine Song
    Written by Roger Vinton Snow
    Composed by Roger Vinton Snow

    Grand State of Maine, proudly we sing
    To tell your glories to the land
    To shout your praises till the echoes ring
    Should fate unkind send us to roam
    The scent of the fragrant pines,
    The tang of the salty sea will call us home.

    Oh, Pine Tree State
    Your woods, fields and hills
    Your lakes, streams and rockbound coast
    Will ever fill our hearts with thrills
    And tho' we seek far and wide
    Our search will be in vain
    To find a fairer spot on earth
    Than Maine! Maine! Maine!

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    Sometimes I feel like I really live in Nova Scotia...

    This song is sung frequently in my house (by my b.f.'s 10-year-old daughter)... Both my b.f. and his ex are from Nova Scotia, and the tradition lives on in their children (even though they are Albertans)...


    The Bluenose.
    Farewell to Nova Scotia.
    Memories of Nova Scotia.
    My Nova Scotia Home.
    Nova Scotia.
    Nova Scotia home blues.
    Nova Scotia is our home.
    Nova Scotia lullaby.
    Nova Scotia old home summer.
    Nova Scotia sky.
    Pathway to Nova Scotia.
    Please don't sell Nova Scotia.
    She's called Nova Scotia.
    A song of Nova Scotia.
    Take me back to Nova Scotia.


    They also sing some other farewell to Nova Scotia song that isn't this one... but I don't know what it is. I guess there are a lot of songs about leaving Nova Scotia...

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    Leaving NS is a common theme, just ask Stan Rogers.

    Then there is the unofficial anthem of NS, the privateers song used in the Keith's ads.

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    Originally posted by donk
    Leaving NS is a common theme, just ask Stan Rogers.

    Then there is the unofficial anthem of NS, the privateers song used in the Keith's ads.
    Barrett's Privateers
    By Stan Rogers


    Oh the year was seventeen seventy eight
    I wish I were in Sherbrooke now!
    A letter of marque came from the King
    To the scummiest vessel I've ever seen
    God Damn them all! I was told
    We'd cruise the seas for American gold
    We'd fire no guns, shed no tears
    Now I'm a broken man on a Halifax pier
    The last of Barrett's privateers.

    Oh Elcid Barrett cried the town,
    I wish I were in Sherbrooke now!
    For twenty brave men, all fishermen, who
    Would make for him the Antelope's crew,
    God Damn them all! I was told
    We'd cruise the seas for American gold
    We'd fire no guns, shed no tears
    Now I'm a broken man on a Halifax pier
    The last of Barrett's privateers.

    The Antelope sloop was a sickening sight.
    She'd a list to port and her sails in rags,
    And a cook in the scuppers with staggers and jags.

    On the King's birthday we put to sea.
    We were ninety-one days to Montego bay,
    Pumping like madmen all the way.

    On the ninety-sixth day we sailed again.
    When a bloody great Yankee hove in sight
    With our cracked four-pounders we made to fight

    The Yankee lay low down with gold.
    She was broad and fat and loose in stays,
    But to catch her took the Antelope two whole days

    Then at length we stood two cables away.
    Our cracked four-pounders made an awful din,
    But with one fat ball the Yank stove us in.

    The Antelope shook and pitched on her side.
    Barrett was smashed like a bowl of eggs,
    And the maintruck carried off both me legs.

    So here I lay in my twenty-third year.
    It's been six years since we sailed away,
    And I just made Halifax yesterday.


    Copyright Fogarty's Cove Music, Inc.

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    Yeah... we have that song in mp3 format as well. Transplanted Nova Scotians are sentimental. I don't have any mp3s of "California Dreamin'" or "California Here I Come". But I guess I do have "Los Angeles" by X... which has always been the LA theme song of my youth.

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    New York

    I Love New York
    Written by Steve Karmen
    Composed by Steve Karmen

    I LOVE NEW YORK
    (repeat 3 times)

    There isn't another like it.
    No matter where you go.
    And nobody can compare it.
    It's win and place and show.
    New York is special.
    New York is diff'rent' cause there's no place else
    on earth quite like New York and that's why

    I LOVE NEW YORK.
    (repeat 3 times)

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    I've written new state songs to attract young people to the State.

    This is the R&B version for the girls:

    Girl, thereís no place else Iíd rather be
    The other forty-nine kiss my behind, our love most high youíll see

    All night long weíll make love in historic Slater Mill
    In Waterplace Park after dark weíll make the night stand still

    In Pawtucket we will [deleted] itíll be just you and I
    Somewhere in Woonsocket weíll ride this rocket of love across the sky

    (chorus)
    Let me get it on with you, girl Ė in Rhode Island
    Let me get it on with you, girl Ė in Rhode Island


    This is the Nu-Metal version for the boys:

    Rhode Island
    Like a needle in my vein
    Spiralling down
    In a world so full of pain
    Oceans of madness
    Betrayed in my dirty cage
    Down
    Down
    The dogs they howl
    This disease is not a dream
    In my head
    In my head
    The jaded demons scream

    (chorus)
    Just get the f#$@ away! GET AWAY!

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    Yuck!

    Iowa State Song
    Written by S.H.M. Byers
    To the music of Tannenbaum

    You asked what land I love the best, Iowa, tis Iowa,
    The fairest State of all the west, Iowa, O! Iowa,
    From yonder Misissippi's stream
    To where Missouri's waters gleam
    O! fair it is as poet's dream, Iowa, in Iowa.

    See yonders fields of tasseled corn, Iowa in Iowa,
    Where plenty fills her golden horn, Iowa in Iowa,
    See how her wonderous praries shine.
    To yonder sunsetís purpling line,
    O! happy land, O! land of mine, Iowa, O! Iowa.

    And she has made whose laughing eyes, Iowa, O! Iowa.
    To him whose loves were Paradise, Iowa, O! Iowa
    O! happiest fate that eíer was known.
    Such eyes to shine for one alone,
    To call such beauty all his own. Iowa, O! Iowa

    Go read the story of thy past. Iowa, O! Iowa
    What glorious deeds, what fame thou hast! Iowa, O! Iowa
    So long as timeís great cycle runs,
    Or nations weep their fallen ones,
    Thouílt not forget thy patriot sons, Iowa, O! Iowa

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    As a former resident of Alabama (I was a kid . . . it wasn't my choice!), I'll take Dan's suggestion of "Freebird" any day over the REAL state song of Alabama:

    Alabama
    Written by Julia S. Tutwiler
    Composed by Edna Gockel Gussen

    Alabama, Alabama, We will aye be true to thee,
    From thy Southern shores where groweth,
    By the sea thy orange tree.
    To thy Northern vale where floweth,
    Deep blue the Tennessee,
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

    Broad thy stream whose name thou bearest;
    Grand thy Bigbee rolls along;
    Fair thy Coosa-Tallapoosa
    Bold thy Warrior, dark and strong,
    Goodlier than the land that Moses
    Climbed lone Nebo's Mount to see,
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

    From thy prairies broad and fertile,
    Where thy snow-white cotton shines,
    To the hills where coal and iron
    Hide in thy exausted mines,
    Strong -armed miners -sturdy farmers;
    Loyal hearts what'er we be,
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

    From thy quarries where the marble
    White as that of Paros gleams
    Waiting till thy sculptor'ss chisel,
    Wake to life thy poet's dreams;
    Fear not only wealth of nature,
    Wealth of mind has no fee,
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

    Where the perfumed south-wind whispers,
    Thy magnolia groves among,
    Softer than a mother's kisses,
    Sweeter than a mother's song,
    Where the golden jasmine trailing,
    Woos the treasure-laden bee,
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

    Brave and pure thy men and women,
    Better this than corn and wine
    Make us worthy, God in Heaven
    Of this goodly land of Thine.
    Hearts as open as thy doorways.
    Liberal hands and spirits free.
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

    Little, little can I give thee,
    Alabama, mother mine.
    But that little - hand, brain, spirit.
    All I have and am are thine.
    Take, O take, the gift and giver.
    Take and serve thyself with me.
    Alabama, Alabama, we will aye be true to thee!

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    Our state song is "The Swanee River" (Old Folks at Home). A little dated, but at least a "known" song. I would have gone for "AIA" myself. Our state web site also says the state gem is moonstone (I would have thought sand) and the play is "Cross and Sword" (about the conquistador types). Fat, middle-aged redneck state legislators sometimes make curious choices.

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    I would like to hear an uptempo western version of Illinois.

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