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A patriotic song written and published as sheet music in 1942; Kay Kyser’s recording came out in 1943. This rousing tune is about a chaplain (called a "sky pilot" in the song) who is with some men on a warship in the heat of a battle. One of the soldiers asks the chaplain to pray for the men shooting at the enemy aircraft. In response, the chaplain puts down his Bible, mans one of the gun turrets on the ship, and begins firing at the planes himself, and tells the soldiers, "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition, and we’ll all stay free!" Beyond the obvious pro-Christian and pro-American messages, it also tells us that sometimes, the Lord calls on us to put down the Bible and pick up our guns to defend the American way. #1 hit on the Billboard charts.

Patriotism makes a comeback in response to the 1970’s triple whammy of double-digit inflation, unemployment, and mortgage interest rates (giving rise to the misery index), along with the fallout from Watergate and the then on-going Iran hostage crisis and Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.

No Man Left Behind. "The word we hear is there’s one man down and he’s alive. They ask for volunteers. I raise my hand high. I’m sure he’d do the same for me. It’s three days through the desert heat to save one man’s life and I don’t even know his name."

A reminder of the importance of good parenting. Everclear singer Art Alexakis wrote much of his material from his own perspective of a troubled childhood. At the end of the song, Alexakis promises to be a better father than his own had been.

A song that might very well be about the hope Christianity offers the world. The person the singer talks with can be construed as a cynical atheist who has a sad outlook on life due to his lack of belief in a higher power. The singer on the other hand still has hope, as she knows there is a God. In the final lines she sings about flying over horses. This might interpreted to mean that like all of mankind she too experienced physical death, but due her belief in Jesus found her way onto Heaven.

Pro-soldier, pro-freedom. "What ever happened to conviction and faith? People trip from side to side; don’t know which way or what side to take. Always known the truth. It’s really black and white. I’ve got no fear of judgment when it’s time to fight."

A song about how God perceives sin "It must be like another thorn stuck in your brow, (referring to the Crown of Thorns [John 19:2]). It must be like another close friend’s broken vow (a reference to Peter denying Jesus three times after vowing to follow him. [Matthew 26:33-34]). It must be like another nail right through your wrist (referring to the nails on the Cross). It must be, just like…Just like Judas’ Kiss (A reference to Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve disciples who accepted a bribe and led the Roman authorities to Jesus where Jesus was arrested and betrayed Jesus with a kiss [Luke 22:48]).

"Oh where oh where can my baby be; The Lord took her away from me; She’s gone to heaven so I got to be good; So I can see my baby when I leave this world" [7] Originally written by Wayne Cochran and covered by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers in its most famous version.

Sends a great message about open mindedness. Part of the lyrics also says "As you know, there’s always good and evil" and "Just do what feels right for you". The latter basically goes against liberals pushing their beliefs on people. Despite the song’s great messages, the band is German and their singer’s accent is pretty heavy so many American listeners unfortunately may not fully understand the lyrics without listening carefully.

"My body tells me no / But I won’t quit / Cause I want more" — Powerful chorus describes how the singer defies his body’s physical desire to stop working and continue working hard because he wants to reap the rewards he has earned from his hard work. It describes conservative traits (persevering with hard work) and capitalistic ideals (wanting the rewards you worked for; working past your limit because you have proper incentive).

"You always loved me when I couldn’t even love myself / No you never turned away when I was begging for help" "I can hear your voice when I walk through the pain / You showed me how to live, showed me that I could change / I can feel you catch me when I fall away"

Celebrates the work, trials, and contributions of hard-working, red-blooded Americans and vigorously refutes the fallacious notions of Coastal Elites that their degenerate inner-city lives should be the standard for America. Recorded by conservative Michigan Senatorial candidate Robert "Kid Rock" Ritchie.

A response to hippie culture. Defends Southerners from stereotyped attacks by liberal Canadian rocker Neil Young. "Well, I hope Neil Young will remember / A Southern man don’t need him around anyhow." Also criticizes former Alabama Democrat governor and pro- segregationist George Wallace.

An anti-racism song that’s directed not just to one side, but all sides of the race issue: "Stand up to the problem and begin to fight. Not against each other, you’re wastin’ time. Yo, I’m referring to a battle of minds. Not through debate or writin’ on the walls. This kinda action is delayin’ the cause. An eye for an eye, fight fire with fire. It’s our turn to take it one step higher. Gotta live by example, show brotherly love, We’re together on Earth, we’ll be together above"

"Our house is all protected by the good Lord and a gun", and "We wont take a dime if we ain’t earned it, when it comes to weight, brother we pull our own". It is pro-gun ownership, the Lord, and hard work. Also preaches the morals and ethics that are known from small towns.

The classic oratorio, especially popular around Christmastime, praises the Son who saved humanity by telling the stories of the Prophets who foretold his coming to earth, the annunciation to the shepherds of Christ’s birth, the Passion of Christ, and finally the resurrection of the dead and Christ’s glorification in heaven.

• Been to Hell (Hollywood Undead)-Despite the large amount of swearing, it talks about the destructive nature of Hollywood, including how Hollywood and the quest for fame can cause someone to lose their faith. It also criticizes Hollywood values.

• Only the Good Die Young (Billy Joel)-a boy tries to convince a Catholic girl to have sex with him rather than practice abstinence. Although it contains a lot of anti-religious dialogue (from the boy’s perspective), in the end the girl holds true to her values, and nothing happens between them.

• Still the One by Orleans – a very good song about marital fidelity. However, one of the singers, John Hall, later became a Democratic Congressman from New York and sued Republican presidential candidate John McCain over the use of the song

• Where is the love (Black Eyed Peas) – Main message questioning why are people ignoring their Christian beliefs, and asking for Help from church and God. Condemns both racism, and terrorism, and also claims the idea of joining gangs and doing drugs is wrong. However it also dis promotes the idea of war, and promotes peace making.

• All My Friends (Snakehips) – the song’s message is how terrible clubs actually are, instead of the hype that’s falsely given to them. However, the song is explicit. Sample lyric: "All my friends are wasted, and I hate this club and I drink too much; another Friday night I’ve wasted.."