Supporters of Sarah Palin have recorded a tribute song set to the tune of the famous Civil War-era 'Battle Hymn of the Republic.'
The 'Sarah Palin Battle Hymn' -- which was posted on YouTube last October but was being passed around Twitter on Monday -- was written by Tom Dempsey and sung by Gary Mcvay, according to credits posted on YouTube. It appears to have been performed in a church.
Check it out below, along with a few other musical tributes we found dedicated to the former governor of Alaska.
Written-Tom Dempsey Vocal- Gary Mcvay Submitted-Tom Dempsey
Written for Governor Sarah Palin's 2008 vice-presidential campaign, the words I wrote to "All American Woman" are as true and meaningful today as they were then. She still represents the freedom loving and conscience guided Americans who are quite concerned with the direction this country is headed; which is to put it bluntly - down the tubes! Understandably, she is despised by extreme leftists and not without good reason, for Sarah Palin exposes them for what they are - people who hate America. Rich and remastered the vocals and rhythm tracks to kick it up a notch!
A song I wrote after listening to Sarah Palin annouce she was steping down as Governor of The State of Alaska, I know her well, and knew it meant a run for the Presidency in 2012. When she announced her run for Governor in 05 she thanked me first, as the one person responsible for her run for Governor, because of an event I caused, which started her rise to fame and fortune. I sang at all her picnics and fund raisers for years. Sarah, Sarah, Sarah, Sarah, Sarah, I sang it live at her last Governors Picnic in Wasilla the day before she resigned in Fairbanks. It was a song heard round the world
This song was inspired by the likes of Katy Abram and Sarah Palin, I had the honor of being accompanied by Bobby Powers and Party Time. This was a performance from the Virginia Patriots Tea Party Convention in Richmond Virginia October 8th, 2010. Robin Gordon is playing Lead Guitar, Bobby Powers on vocals, Tony Rook on Drums and Michael Marino on Bass.