Now, the song has become an anthem for girls about to break up with their boyfriends.
Georgia has written for publications like anthem magazine and contributes the This Recording.
They might have played the Miss America anthem, “There She Is!”
Imagine what would happen to a Haredi minister who would suggest deleting those words from the anthem.
Then he focused on anthem, the California-based insurer that raised premiums by as much as 39 percent.
The singing of the anthem after the third collect in both morning and evening prayer.
The second week that Mr Liversedge was here, he stopped the anthem.
The choir learns to chant and to sing an anthem on a high festival.
There was an instant when the music was an anthem, and then it too was gone.
Big gun and rifle fire mingled like strophe and antistrophe of an anthem of death.
Old English ontemn, antefn, "a composition (in prose or verse) sung antiphonally," from Late Latin antefana, from Greek antiphona "verse response" (see antiphon). Sense evolved to "a composition set to sacred music" (late 14c.), then "song of praise or gladness" (1590s). Used in reference to the English national song (technically, as OED points out, a hymn) and extended to those of other nations. Modern spelling is from late 16c., perhaps an attempt to make the word look more Greek.