3rd march is National Anthem Day

Where is the country where you live? And how do you feel when you sing the song for your country? Does it touch your heart and soul? Every song dedicated to every country should, as everyone should be proud of their nations. Think about how proud you are of your country and sing the national anthem today. That is because today we celebrate national anthem day, and let’s talk more about that.

March 3rd urges you to sing your country’s national anthem as that is the song that represents your country’s identity. The national anthem of any country represents its history and culture. The first thing you may think of when it comes to the national anthem is walking into your school during your childhood each morning. That is because the first thing you would do before starting your day at school is to sing the national anthem regardless of your country of residence. Think back to those times when you were going to school and how you sang the anthem. You would stand by your desk and sing away before getting out your books and school supplies. That is one thing that every adult remembers about their childhood. As a matter of fact, when they hear the national anthem at other times, they will think back to how it was when they were at school.

You will also sing the national anthem before any sporting events happen. For instance, in the USA, the American national anthem is sung at the opening of an American Football event. Singing the national anthem shows respect for your country, and it is a wonderful thing to do. How did the national anthem day start? Let’s talk about that now.

History Of National Anthem Day

National anthem day originated in the USA. Francis Scott Key was the one who wrote the American anthem during the time that the British forces were assaulting Fort McHenry. Francis Scott Key witnessed the entire assault because he was on a military vessel in the bay. When he was in the military, he focused a lot on the tune, which originated as a popular song sung in taverns. After that, other nations started picking up on their own national anthems. The UK is the only nation that did not have a national anthem until it adopted ‘God Save The Queen,’ which is sung at the opening of official and sporting events. How can you celebrate national anthem day?

How To Celebrate National Anthem Day

Celebrating national anthem day can be fun and easy. Dedicate the day to learn about your country’s history and culture, and then be sure to sing the anthem even in your room or your car, or sing it with some friends. How will you celebrate the day? Use #NationalAnthemDay to post about it on social media.

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