Question by  John (9008)

What is the Statue of Liberty song?

I have never heard of it but a friend said there was one.


Answer by  HrnFrg1 (14)

The Statue of Liberty Song is song that is based on the words that are inscribed on the base of the statue. These lyrics were written by Mrs. Barbara Silberg.

Reply by MrsMusic (3):
Yes, I did write the song and am proud to say that it is on the National Institute of Health's list of Patriotic Songs.  add a comment

Answer by  shubham (21)

yes, it is a song which was sung to pay tribute to it; but it was banned due to a phrase saying 'i move beneath your skirt'.


Answer by  LaraTanciya (146)

Liberty songs is a song which silently says about joy, peace, and the people's unity… it regards to the people in usa… , it can be define as patriotic songs


Answer by  MrsMusic (3)

I should know about it because i'm the one who set the tune to emma lazarus' inspirational words! barbara silberg


Answer by  fishlover49 (643)

There was a statue of liberty song that was recorded by XTC in the 1970's. It was then banned by the BBC because of the lyrics "n my fantasy I sail beneath your skirt," which at the time was a very risque statement to make. It was written by Allen Partridge

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