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January 30, 2013

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Tim High

That ought to be interesting.

Mystical Time Traveler

Or outrageous Tim. Why can't people leave our National Anthem alone?

Nate

To Ms Keys (and anyone else who wishes to 'rework' the National Anthem): if you wish to play attention-whore, there are other venues than the Superbowl, and other methods than showing how little you care about the Anthem of the nation which has given you the freedom to do what you do.

Sing it the way Francis Scott Key wrote it and John Stafford Smith melodized it, or don't sing it at all.

(ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Star-Spangled_Banner)

R.J. Godlewski

Maybe she means that it will be sung live?

(Rhino!) CBPO Jon A Underwood, CBP, Ret.

That would be too much to ask for.....

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