What is the US Navy hymn?

Answer "The US Naval Hymn" is known as that. The lyrics are as follows:Eternal Father, strong to save, Whose arm hath bound the restless wave, Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep, Its own appointed limit... Read More »

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Who wrote the hymn"There is a River"?

The hymn "There is a River" was written by Max and David Sapp in 1969 and subsequently copyrighted by David Sapp in 1979. This song has been sung in many churches for years, and many professional a... Read More »

He fondeled my beasts and broke my hymn?

wow talk about nosy! Some perverts want to know everything! Eww... get your own sex life weirdo loser! Any who... If you haven't had your menstrual bits in a few days then yeah your gonna get pregm... Read More »

Where is Montezuma from the Marine corps hymn?

Montezuma (Monteczuma) refers to Mexico, and the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) while the "shores of Tripoli" refers to the naval wars against the Barbary pirates (1801-1805 and again in 1815).

Who was the creator the marine corps hymn?

The author of the words to the hymn is unknown. The term "To the Shores of Tripoli" comes from participation in the Barbary Pirates War in 1805. After the war, this term was inscribed on the U.S. M... Read More »