2. Land of Hope and Glory
3. I Vow to Thee my Country
God Save the Queen
A Newly Commissioned Anthem
A Song of Patriotic Prejudice
Abide With Me
All You Need is Love
Heart of Oak
Roast Beef of Old England
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
The White Cliffs of Dover
They’ll Always be an England
You’ll Never Walk Alone
A Place Called England
Rose of England
Roots and The Power of Four.
My personal choice would be I Vow To Thee My Country – the heartbreaking hymn that was played at both Diana’s wedding and her funeral.
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