Suddenly they stand up as one and sing the national anthem, Hatikva (The Hope).
On the Fourth of July, a barbeque was held with Coca-Cola and grilled sausages and partygoers sang the American national anthem.
How many of the complainers could sing or recite the national anthem if asked?
The story of how “The Star-Spangled Banner” became the national anthem in 1931 is the story of a red-white-and-blue culture war.
Like her sister, who has sung the national anthem at Giants games, Rooney began getting work almost as soon as she arrived.
Our national anthem is a peculiarly flat and uninspiring specimen of eighteenth-century opera libretto and opera music.
Our band played a tune which we hoped was his national anthem.
At last the programme ended with the singing of the national anthem, and the people began to leave the building.
Then she sang "The Brabanonne" (bra-bn-sn'), Belgium's national anthem.
The meeting concluded with the singing of "Men of Harlech" and the national anthem.