Most Popular US Songs – Songs about the United States

by New Movies 2015 List Upcoming Films 2016 on July 8, 2015

The musical history of US songs has many shades of different folk music, classical music mainly categories and popular as blues, rock n roll and country music. Far that it begin with the native Americans, those who sang their us songs and music for religious purpose. But the diversified musical shades of American music started with the migration of different migrants from different countries like, England, French, Scottish and Spanish etc. At the same time black Africans slave music also played an important part in the development of US songs or American music.

US Songs 2015 ListMost popular contribution to America songs came from Ireland and Scottish culture. The rural blues of poor blacks and jazz of black urban were most popular shades of the US songs and American music hip hop is again very popular lyrical beat music of America.

US Songs: American Folk Songs

  • Every Time I Feel the Spirit
  • Old MacDonald Had a Farm
  • The House of the Rising Sun
  • Richmond Is a Hard Road
  • Polly Wolly Doodle
  • Ain’t It a Shame
  • Good Old Mountain Dew
  • I Shall Not Be Moved
  • Deep in the Heart of Texas
  • The Frozen Logger
  • The Cat Came Back
  • No Depression in Heaven
  • The Maid Freed from the Gallows
  • Kisses Sweeter than Wine
  • The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
  • Jordan Is a Hard Road to Travel
  • My People Will Rise – US Songs
  • San Francisco Bay Blues
  • Baby, Let Me Follow You Down

US Songs: American Patriotic Songs

  • Back in the U.S.A.
  • America Is My Home
  • American Patrol
  • Marching Through Georgia
  • The U.S. Air Force
  • It’s America
  • Living in America
  • God Bless America
  • Ballad for Americans
  • America the Beautiful
  • American Boy
  • Only in America
  • God Bless the USA
  • American Soldier
  • An American Trilogy

But the roots music of America was a music derived by Native Americans with their unique style of folk music. Then slowly slowly as the different culture came and merged in American society their influence on Native American music was deep need in coming time. This influential impact changed the course of American music. In 19 century after the American civil war the Africans native of America got freed from slavery.

US Songs: Songs about the United States

  • I Love You, California
  • Washington, My Home
  • I Love New York
  • New Hampshire Hills
  • Beautiful Ohio
  • Texas, Our Texas
  • Roll On, Columbia, Roll On
  • State of Maine Song
  • Georgia on My Mind
  • I Am Florida
  • The West Virginia Hills
  • The Pride of Tennessee
  • The Song of Iowa
  • South Carolina on My Mind
  • O Fair New Mexico – US Songs
  • West Virginia, My Home Sweet Home
  • Sweet Virginia Breeze
  • The Road to Boston
  • Utah, We Love Thee
  • Go, Mississippi
  • Music of the American Civil War

USA Songs: American Christmas songs

  • I Won’t Be Home for Christmas
  • Hey America
  • Dominick the Donkey
  • Hard Candy Christmas
  • Cherry Cherry Christmas
  • Kiss Me Like It’s Christmas
  • All Alone on Christmas
  • Jingle Bell Rock
  • Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
  • On a Snowy Christmas Night
  • Give Love on Christmas Day
  • Please Come Home for Christmas
  • Shake Up Christmas – US Songs
  • Merry Christmas Darling
  • The Night Santa Went Crazy
  • We Need a Little Christmas
  • Lonely Christmas Eve
  • Boogie Woogie Santa Claus
  • Text Me Merry Christmas

The popular US songs of the field and work songs and slavery songs were popular and conveyed the current position of the native Africans. Afro American spiritual gospels were also a popular way of singing expressions. An African American quality of dance music known as the cakewalk became popular also. In 20th century rock and roll took over as a popular youth song and music. Basically, today the kind of American music we hear is based on the long journey of native and folk music of then America. Finally, US songs has come a long way from its slavery gospels to rock and roll and today’s hip hop.

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