In UK have they song, a song all know and all love in UK. We hear it to soccer, rugby and cricket. we hear it before the game start. All the players stand together sing to the song, and all the fans sang with them, to get the best aatphosmere.

The first published version of what is almost the present tune appeared in 1744 in Thesaurus Musicus. The 1744 version of the song was popularised in Scotland and England the following year, with the landing of charles stuart and was published in The Gentleman’s Magazine. This manuscript has the tune depart from that which is used today at several points, one as early as the first bar, but is otherwise clearly a strong relative of the contemporary anthem. It was recorded as being sung in London theatres in 1745, with, for example, thomas arne writing a setting of the tune for the drury theatre

God save the qeen is just a alternatively to god save the king. But there is many version of this song a examble can be

A song who sing about the typical live in UK. The video is just parody, but it tell os lot of information about UK.

“God save the queen”

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