The Star Spangled Banner Lyrics (US National Anthem) by Francis Scott Key (1 August 1779 – 11 January 1843) was an American lawyer, author, and amateur poet from Georgetown who wrote the lyrics to the United States’ National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner“.

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The Star Spangled Banner Lyrics (US National Anthem) Song Details

Song: The Star Spangled Banner
Artist: Thomas Beveridge
Album: The Spirit of Freedom: Patriotic Songs and Service Hymns
Writers: Thomas Beveridge

 

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The Star Spangled Banner Lyrics (US National Anthem) | American National Anthem

Oh, Say Can You See
By The Dawn’s Early Light
What So Proudly We Hailed
At The Twilight’s Last Gleaming?

Whose Broad Stripes and Bright Stars
Thru The Perilous Fight,
O’er The Ramparts We Watched
Where So Gallantly Streaming?

And The Rocket’s Red Glare,
The Bombs Bursting In Air,
Gave Proof Through The Night
That Our Flag Was Still There.

Oh, Say Does That Star
Spangled Banner Yet Wave
O’er The Land Of The Free
And The Home of The Brave?

On The Shore, Dimly Seen
Through The Mists Of The Deep,
Where The Foe’s Haughty Host
In Dread Silence Reposes,

What is That Which The Breeze,
O’er The Towering Steep,
As if Fitfully Blows,
Half Conceals, Half Discloses?

Now it Catches The Gleam
Of The Morning’s First Beam,
In Full Glory Reflected
Now Shines On The Stream:

‘Tis The Star-spangled Banner!
Oh Long May it Wave
O’er The Land Of The Free
And The Home Of The Brave!

When Our Land is Illumined
With Liberty’s Smile,
If a Foe From Within
Strikes a Blow At Her Glory

Down, Down With The Traitor
That Dares to Defile
The Flag of the Stars
And The Page of her Story

And The Millions Unchained
Who Their Birthright Hath Gained
We Will Keep Her Bright Blazon
Forever Unstained.

And The Star Spangled Banner
In Triumph Shall Wave
While The Land of The Free
Is The Home of The Brave.

Oh! Thus Be it Ever,
When Freemen Shall Stand
Between Their Loved Home
And The War’s Desolation!

Blest With Victory And Peace,
May The Heav’n Rescued Land
Praise The Power That Hath Made
And Preserved Us a Nation.

Then Conquer We Must,
When Our Cause it is Just,
And This be Our Motto:
“In God is Our Trust.”

And The Star-spangled Banner
In Triumph Shall Wave
O’er The Land of The Free
And The Home of The Brave!

“The Star Spangled Banner
Written in 1814
By: Francis Scott Key”

 

 

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