Fourth of July Playlist: Odes to America’s Awesomeness

by 7 years ago

 

America is the best f*cking country in the world; it is a nation full of excellence. We ball hard, run the world, and look relatively spectacular the entire time. There are many great nations out there, but after taking a recent trip to the Euro-land, I must say that I love our country from top to bottom. Americans by nature are always looking to advance — we want the biggest and best things, and we want them now. Being an American is a privilege, and something that millions of people can only dream of. Our troops protect us, our parents guide us, and our government leads us. We have the whole package.

So, today we are bringing you a special Fourth of July playlist, based partially on your recommendations earlier this week, to remind us all of the passion behind our sacred land. So put down your pen, log off of your Facebook, and turn off the cellular device. Instead, reach for a Budweiser, turn up speakers, and gather your best Bros for a legendary chaying session. Cheers BroBible Nation, cheers America.

1. America the Beautiful – Ray Charles
2. Born in the USA – Bruce Springsteen
3. It’s America – Rodney Atkins
4. Heartland – George Strait
5. America – Razorlight
6. Ragged Old Flag – Johnny Cash
7. 4th of July – Shooter Jennings
8. Summertime – Kenny Chesney
9. Only in America – Brooks and Dunn
10. I Am a Real American – Rick Derringer
11. American Saturday Night – Brad Paisley
12. Good Ol’ American Way – Justin Moore
13. American Ride – Tobey Keith
14. American Pie – Don McLean
15. Living in America – James Brown
16. Pink Houses – John Mellencamp
17. Star Spangled Banner (Super Bowl XXV) – Whitney Houston
18. America – Neil Diamond
19. Some Gave All – Billy Ray Cyrus
20. Arlington – Trace Adkins
21. My Beautiful America – Charlie Daniels
22. Where the Stars and Stripes and Eagle Fly – Aaron Tippin
23. American Soldier – Tobey Keith
24. Party in the USA – Miley Cyrus
25. Letters From Home – John Michel Montgomery
26. Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue – Tobey Keith
27. American Girl (Cover) – Taylor Swift
28. Where Were You – Alan Jackson
29. Young Americans – David Bowie
30. American Ghost Dance – Red Hot Chili Peppers
31. Bleed American – Jimmy Eat World
32. America – Simon & Garfunkel


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