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State Songs of Oklahoma

music animation - click to see all state songs

Oklahoma sunset - click to see all state songs
Oklahoma sunset; photo by Thomas & Dianne Jones on Flickr (use
permitted with attribution). All State Songs - National Anthem.

Oklahoma - music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Adopted as Oklahoma's state song and anthem in 1953.

Oklahoma Wind by Dr. Dale J. Smith. Adopted as Oklahoma's state waltz in 1982.

Faded Love by John Wills and Bob Wills. Adopted as Oklahoma's state country and western song in 1988.

Oklahoma, My Native Land by Martha Kemm Barrett. Adopted as Oklahoma's state children's song in 1996.

Oklahoma Hills by Woody Guthrie and Jack Guthrie. Adopted as Oklahoma's state folk song in 2001.

Do You Realize?? by The Flaming Lips. Adopted as the official rock song of Oklahoma in 2009.

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Oklahoma State Western Band:

Oklahoma recognized The Sounds of the Southwest as the official state western band in 1997.

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All State Songs - National Anthem

    

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