America Should Listen to This Marine Because He Will Send Chills Down Your Spine


Great respect for all our military personnel. We owe them our freedom, a debt that we will never be able to pay, but that we can easily demonstrate our appreciation, and not just in the Memorial or Veterans’ Day, but every day.

This is an extraordinary gift from God that blesses America like no other you have ever heard. Of course, you would expect me to tell you, but this little gem you’re about to see will hit you with an exciting triple hit of goosebumps, pride and dynamite energy. This video is a reminder of why we love and respect our army so much.

When I heard about this soldier singer, I knew it would be special from the beginning, but I did not know how special it was. I think there are once or twice in your life that you will experience something as extraordinarily moving as this one. You will want to greet this Marine from the United States and shake his hand when he has finished his powerful performance. Naturally, he will also feel proud of our country.

“God Bless America” ​​has a long history behind it. It was originally written by Irving Berlin as a prayer. It was in 1938, when the “Cher” of the time, Kate Smith gave birth to prayer through singing. If you do not know this wonderful lady, you should. Kate was known as the First Lady of the Radio. Wiki says: “He had a career in radio, television and recording that spanned five decades, which peaked in the 1940s. Smith was known as The Southern Songbird after his enduring popularity during World War II and Contribution to American culture and patriotism. ”

Irving Berlin needs no introduction. His name is synonymous with song, but it also has an incredible story. Originally “Israel Beilin” was born. He moved to the United States with his Russian family when he was only five years old. Before the age of 30, he wrote hundreds of songs, many of which became great hits.

During his 60-year career, he wrote about 1,500 songs, including pieces for 20 Broadway shows and 15 Hollywood films, with his songs nominated eight times for the Academy Awards. Knowing that the successful American worker makes “God Bless America” ​​even more special, I think.

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Watch this video below and feel the palpable pride and electricity that radiates this man. Look at that fantastic moment at minute 1:48. It will make you want to get up. God bless America, indeed … and AMEN.