'The Star-Spangled Paper'
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'The Star-Spangled Paper'

Singer Christine Lavin performs Gene Weingarten's proposed new national anthem, which sets lyrics about the Bill of Rights to the tune of the "William Tell Overture." (Lyrics by James Madison and Gene Weingarten, Music by Gioachino Rossini/Performed by Christine Lavin, Edited by Laurelin Remington-Wolf and Irene Young)

© 2011 Performed by Christine Lavin, Edited by Laurelin Remington-Wolf and Irene Young