- America the Beautiful by Ray Charles
- Little Pink Houses by John Mellencamp
- Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen
- Allentown by Billy Joel
- God Bless the USA by Lee Greenwood
- We Didn't Start the Fire by Billy Joel
- American Pie by Don McLean
- Goodnight Saigon by Billy Joel
- Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue by Toby Keith
- This Land Is your Land by Woody Guthrie
- Oh What a Beautiful Morning (Hugh Jackman version, which will make you forget all about Wolverine)
- Country Roads by John Denver
- New York, New York by Frank Sinatra
- Only in America by Brooks & Dunn
- My Way by Frank Sinatra
- This Is My Country sung by Cyril Neville (not the one you're thinking of)
- This Is My Country (this is the one you're thinking of; this version is sung by an unnamed group with beautiful harmonies)
- Home by Michael Buble
- Like a Rock by Bob Seger
It reflects how I feel: Angry that we send good men and women to die when there might have been another way. Proud of my father, the World War II bomber pilot, and my husband the Marine Corps officer. Saddened that we still stand divided, rather than united, in many ways. Glad that we are still the land of opportunity and dreams.
Proud to be an American.
What songs would you add to the list?