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Tennessee State Songs:

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Tennessee quarter - click to see all state quarters
Tennessee became the 16th state in 1796 (see STATEHOOD ORDER).
Tennessee's commemorative quarter honors musical heritage with
a fiddle, trumpet, guitar, and sheet music (public domain image on
Wikipedia). See All 50 state quarters - All State Songs - National Anthem.

Tennessee State Songs:

My Homeland, Tennessee

My Homeland, Tennessee - lyrics by Nell Grayson Taylor and music by Roy Lamont Smith. Adopted as Tennessee state song in 1925.

When it's Iris Time in Tennessee

When it's Iris Time in Tennessee by Willa Waid Newman became a state song of Tennessee in 1935.

My Tennessee

My Tennessee by Frances Hannah Tranum was adopted as the official public school song in 1955.

Tennessee Waltz

Tennessee Waltz by Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King became an official song of Tennessee in 1965.

Rocky Top

Rocky Top by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant was adopted as an official song of Tennessee in 1982.

Tennessee

Tennessee by Vivian Rorie was adopted as an official song of Tennessee in 1992

The Pride of Tennessee

The Pride of Tennessee by Fred Congdon, Thomas Vaughn and Carol Elliot was adopted as an official song of Tennessee in 1996.

Tennessee Bicentennial Songs:

A Tennessee Bicentennial Rap by Joan Hill Hanks adopted 1996.

My Home Will Always Be in Tennessee by Shirley McRae, Terre Campbella-McCormick and Margaret Campbelle duGard - Bicentennial school song adopted by Tennessee in 1996.

The Tennessee Salute by Richard M. "Pek" Gunn was adopted by Tennessee in 1975 as a bicentennial march song.

Fly Eagle, Fly by James Rogers was adopted by Tennessee as a bicentennial song in 1976.

Source:
State Songs: Tennessee.gov
Tennessee Symbols: Tennessee Blue Book
Links:
All State Songs - National Anthem

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