Discussion "Dixie" or "Battle Hymn of the Republic," which do you like better?

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I played a little fiddle at a book signing at the Historic Lotz House in Franklin Tennessee. I play there a lot on Fridays for the tourists as the walk up the veranda. I like playing both tunes together. Which is your favorite?






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DixieRifles

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Dixie, of course. (see my name)

We sang the Battle Hymn of the Republic with great vigor in my childhood Methodist Church. I don't think many saw the non-spiritual meaning behind the lyrics. I soon found out the history of the song and decided it wasn't appropriate for church worship and especially not something a pure Southerner should sing. So I hold my tongue when that song comes on.
 



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