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God Save The Queen (disambiguation)
... "God Save the Queen", or "God Save the King", is the national anthem of the United Kingdom ... God Save the Queen may also refer to "God Save the Queen" (Sex Pistols song), song by the Sex Pistols released as a single in 1977 God Save the Queen (graphic novel), a 96-page graphic novel ...
Anti-Scottish Sentiment - Anti-Scottish Propaganda in The 18th Century
... form as an anti-Jacobite song Ye Jacobites By Name, God save the King with a prayer for the success of Field Marshal George Wade's army which attained some short-term ... to become the national anthem of Britain now known as God Save the Queen (but never since sung with that verse) ... hush, And like a torrent rush, Rebellious Scots to crush, God save the King ...
God Save The Queen/Under Heavy Manners
... God Save the Queen/Under Heavy Manners is an album by Robert Fripp, released on the Polydor Records label in 1980 (US catalogue no ... and a longer and retitled version of "The Zero of the Signified" (called "God Save The King") with an added guitar solo are on the abridged Robert Fripp The League Of Gentlemen God Save the King CD ...
Honors Music - Historical Anthems
... "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" ("God Save Emperor Francis") Used with updated words for later Emperors until the abolition of the monarchy in 1918 ... Kingdom of Hawaii Monarch "E Ola Ke Aliʻi Ke Akua" (1860–66) ("God Save the King") "He Mele Lâhui Hawaiʻi" (1866–76) ("The Song of the Hawaiian ... Regele" ("Long Live the King") Russian Empire Monarch "Боже, Царя храни" ("God Save The Tsar!") The national anthem until the abolition of monarchy—still used by some descendants of ...
Matching, Essex - Landmarks - St Mary's Church
... It is inscribed "God Save the Queen" ... pro nobis" — the fourth is inscribed "God Save the King. 1615" and fifth "God Save the King ...

Famous quotes containing the words god save, save and/or god:

    God save the foundation!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    “How wide is all this long pretense!
    There is in love a sweetness ready penned,
    Copy out only that, and save expense.”
    George Herbert (1593–1633)

    It is the heart which experiences God, and not the reason. This, then, is faith: God felt by the heart, not by the reason.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)