America loves Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA"

America loves Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA"

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Folks across the country are gearing up for 4th of July barbecues, parties, picnics, firework displays, and, of course, patriotic songs that get queued up more on that day than on any other.

In a match for the most listened to star-spangled song, Lee Greenwood wins with flying colors. Across the majority of the America, the country classic 'God Bless the USA' was the most streamed patriotic song on Spotify.

21 states, mostly in the Midwest, had a particularly strong allegiance to the song. Other popular ones included 'America F--- Yeah', 'Born in the USA', and 'R.O.C.K in the USA'.

One of the few states with their own choice are our very good neighbors to the south. Texans streamed Robert Earl Keen's “Fourth of July” more than any other song. Other All-American favorites include Miley Cyrus' Party in the USA (played most in Maine, New Hampshire and North Dakota) and The Beach Boys' Surfin' USA, which reigned supreme in – you guessed it – Hawaii.

The most streamed patriotic songs by state (Click here to stream the entire list):

Alabama: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Alaska: American, Macklemore

Arizona: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Arkansas: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

California: America F--- Yeah, Team America Tribute

Colorado: The Star Spangled Banner, Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Connecticut: Born in the USA, Bruce Springsteen

Delaware: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Florida: America F--- Yeah, Team America Tribute

Georgia: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Hawaii: Surfin' USA, The Beach Boys Idaho: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Illinois: R.O.C.K. in the USA, John Mellencamp

Indiana: God Bless America, Lee Greenwood

Iowa: Arlington, Trace Adkins

Kansas: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Kentucky: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Louisiana: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Maine: Party in the USA, Miley Cyrus

Maryland: Young Americans, David Bowie

Massachusetts: Back in the USA, Chuck Berry

Michigan: The Star Spangled Banner, Lee Greenwood

Minnesota: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Mississippi: R.O.C.K. in the USA, John Mellencamp

Missouri: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood Montana: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Nebraska: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Nevada: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

New Hampshire: Party in the USA, Miley Cyrus

New Jersey: America F--- Yeah, Team America Tribute

New Mexico: Letters from Home, John Michael Montgomery

New York: Fourth of July, Asbury Park, Bruce Springsteen

North Carolina: America the Beautiful, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert

North Dakota: Party in the USA, Miley Cyrus

Ohio: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Oklahoma: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Oregon: Everyday America, Sugarland

Pennsylvania: The Star Spangled Banner, Whitney Houston

Rhode Island: It's America, Rodney Atkins South

Carolina: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood South Dakota: Rockin' in the Free World, Neil Young

Tennessee: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Texas: Fourth of July, Robert Earl Keen

Utah: Off We Go into the Wild Blue Yonder, Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve

Vermont: America the Beautiful, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert

Virginia: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood Washington: R.O.C.K. in the USA, John Mellencamp

West Virginia: American Girl, Tom Petty

Wisconsin: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood

Wyoming: God Bless the USA, Lee Greenwood
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