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    Et si on changeait l'hymne américain ?

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    Et si on changeait l'hymne américain ?

    Message par Laurent le Jeu 7 Juin - 0:33

    Un sondage a été fait pour savoir quel artiste serait le mieux pour changer l'hymne américain. Shocked

    http://www.lepoint.fr/monde/bruce-springsteen-favori-des-americains-pour-composer-un-nouvel-hymne-05-06-2012-1469418_24.php

    1er Bruce Springsteen 22%
    2e Dolly Parton 19%
    3e Stevie Wonder 18%
    4e Bob Dylan 11%
    5e John Williams 10%
    6e Jay-Z 8%
    7e Madonna 5%


    ""The Star-Spangled Banner" ("La Bannière étoilée") est un poème écrit par Francis Scott Key décrivant le bombardement britannique du Fort McHenry à Baltimore (Maryland, est) lors de la guerre de 1812, est l'hymne national des États-Unis depuis 1931."


    DOLLY PARTON - Welcome Home ( 2004 )


    Welcome Home Written by Dolly Parton
    With great anticipation he waited at the door
    His only son was due from overseas
    For months now he'd been waitin' since he'd gone off to war
    And his eyes were filled with tears of great relief

    Welcome home, son
    His loving arms held open and his heart so full of love
    Welcome home, son
    I've been praying and been hoping and I never did give up
    I knew that you'd return to me
    The place where you were meant to be
    Rest now, for you've been gone too long
    I heard him say as they embraced
    "I've waited so long for this day
    My son, my very own...Welcome home."

    But a dreary rain was falling while another soldier fell
    And a mother wakes up cryin' in the night
    She thought she'd heard him calling in that moment she could tell
    Her only son had passed into the light
    Welcome home, son
    His loving arms held open and his heart so full of love
    Welcome home, son
    As Jesus stood there glowing, their hands reached out and touched
    I knew that you'd return to me
    The place that you were meant to be
    Rest now, for you've been gone too long
    As they embraced, I heard him say
    "I've waited so long for this day
    My son, my very own...Welcome home."

    Now I think of all the families that have lost a darling one
    And I think how Jesus died for all our sins
    And I think how much God loved us to send his only son
    To live and die, and then to live again

    Welcome home, son
    I hear God saying when they nailed Christ to the cross that day
    Welcome home, son
    And when he sent his angels to roll that stone away
    I knew that you'd return to me
    The place where you were meant to be
    Rest now, for you've been gone too long
    I hear God say as they embrace
    "I've waited so long for this day
    Well done my faithful son...Welcome home."

    Welcome home
    I hope to hear God sayin when it's my time to go
    Welcome home
    While the angel band is playin' and God comes to claim my soul
    The angels will be singing and joybells will be ringing
    Rejoicing I'll shout and sing along
    When there are no more wars to fight
    And we're all children of the light
    When the father and the Son say
    "Welcome home"

    Welcome home, welcome home, welcome home

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