Essay:Greatest Conservative Songs

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There are many brilliant—and popular—conservative songs. Add to our growing list:

Pop, Rap and Jazz

Title Artist ART.
Comments/lyric sample Year Bill-
"America" Neil Diamond Dia Freedom, Liberty, Patriotism. #8 on the Billboard charts. 1981 Disco
Cabinet Man Lemon Demon Song about a very conservative man on the cabinet. 2016 Pop
The flag still flies high Caleb Green Dia Freedom, Liberty, Patriotism. 2011
"America USA" Joey Sudyka Sud Not very well known, perhaps, but a good, patriotic song. 2001 Pop
"Vroom Vroom" Charli XCX Dr. An ode to American car culture and the American dream. Under capitalism, anyone who works hard enough can eventually buy a "lavender Lamborghini" or a "Bubble-gum pink Ferrari". 2016 Pop
"Machote" Arca Dr. Criticizes the lack of conservative, religious men and the general feminization of society. 2020 Pop
"The Ascent of Stan" Ben Folds Fol Tells the story of a former "textbook hippie man" who realizes that he has become everything that he was protesting against. 2001 Pop
"Ashley's Diary" Bryson Gray Song about Ashley Biden's diary. 2022 Rap
"Beat It" Michael Jackson Jac a conservative message to youth who waste their time and sometimes live in gang activity 1983 80s Pop
"Be Nice 2 Me" Bladee New A song about how leftists are instigators in politics 2018 Rap
"R.I.P" Playboi Carti Sud Liberals think they carti 2018 Rap
"Blood on My Hands" Five for Fighting Cha Song about the Biden regime's betrayal of the American people and Afghan allies and the rise of the Taliban[1] 2021 Pop
"Cat's In The Cradle" Harry Chapin Cha Highlights the emotional damage of men not connecting with their sons. 1974 #1 Pop
"Chapel of Love" Dixie Cups Dix Marriage in a church. #1 on the Billboard charts. 1964 60s Girl Pop
"Children Can Live (Without It)" DC Talk DC Pro-life song. "A miracle of God, now looked on as a choice." Rap/Hip Hop
"The Christmas Shoes" NewSong New A Christmas song by a Christian band. 2000 Gospel
"Don’t Drive Drunk" Stevie Wonder Dia The title is self-explanatory, and warns people not to drive drunk 1984 Pop
Dont Tek Di Vaccine Remeece Anti-covid genetic experimental vaccine mandate song. Rap
"Early Graves" Atlas Atl Song about losing interest in "The World" ("Cause I don't really care for the world these days. World these days") and pursuing higher things ("I got too many homies out here seeing early graves. Seeing early graves. And everything is dull when the world's such a boring gray") LoFi Rap
”I Earn My Life" Lemon Demon A song about the value of hard work. 2016 Pop
Fast Car Tracy Chapman A spectacular and very original hit that captivated the music industry in 1988 and rocketed again to #1 as even a country hit 35 years later,[2] this song praises overcoming hardship with the hope of a long-term synergistic relationship. 1988 #1 Pop, also Folk and later Country
"First Man" Camila Cabello Ste Camila Cabello wrote this song in dedication to her father. Pro-family and pro-fatherhood. 2019 Pop
"For the Ladies" KJ-52 KJ-52 A Christian Rap song that's respectful towards women, in contrast to the sexist and misogynistic lyrics commonly found in secular Rap. 2005 Rap
"Freedom"[3] Wham! Sharp criticism of cheating in relationships. 1984 80s Pop
"Gangster's Paradise" Coolio Coolio Although a rap song, the main message is about a former thug who regrets living his life of crime. 1995 N/A Rap
"Get a Job" The Silhouettes Sil Self-explanatory; a rebuke to lazy liberals who want to sit around and wait for government handouts. #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1957 #1 50s Pop
"It's Been So Long" The Living Tombstone Tomb The song talks about a mother in distress about the murder of her son, allegorically talking about the murder of abortion. The aforementioned "Man Behind The Slaughter" represents the liberal agenda to legally murder children. 2009 Electronic
"Give Me The Beat" Ghostland Observatory Gho From the very liberal city of Austin comes this duo with a song about a young man who doesn't need drugs, stolen/bootleg merchandise, or prostitutes. 2010 Electronic
"Gratitude" VNV Nation VNV A sincere "Thank You" to all the doubters and naysayers that inspire us to fight, and make us find strength and courage we didn't know we had. Although it's not an explicitly Christian song, compare James 1:2-4. ? Electronic
"Hey Mama (feat. Bebe Rexha, Nicki Minaj & Afrojack)" David Guetta Dav Promotes traditional female roles in housework and dedication to her man, promotes assistance to men like god willed. Samples from "Rosie" by Alan Lomax, a song about how the narrator wants to leave behind his criminal life to marry a beautiful woman. 2015 #8 (Billboard Hot 100) House/Hip Hop
"I Don't Want It" DC Talk DC A song promoting abstinence before marriage and a perfect counter to all the mainstream pop that promotes promiscuity. 1992 Pop
"I Need A Dollar" Aloe Blacc Bla "Please Mr. Bossman, I need this job more than you can know" - an excellent paean to the plights of unemployment 2010
"I've Seen Footage" Death Grips Dea Profane. Criticizes the glorification of violence by the mainstream media. NA Hip Hop
"Keep America Great" Camille & Haley Ber A Pro-Donald Trump song. 2020
"Keep an Open Mind or Else" McCarthy McC About the conservative value of keeping an open mind. NA Classic/Pop
"Let's Go Brandon" Loza Alexander Chart-topping Anti-Biden anthem, based on the conservative Let's Go Brandon meme. 2021 #1 on iTunes
and TikTok
"Let's Go Brandon" Bryson Gray, Tyson James, and Chandler Crump Another Anti-Biden anthem that topped the charts in conjunction with the Loza Alexander song of the same name and theme. 2021 #1 on iTunes
and TikTok
"The Lord's Prayer" Sister Janet Mead Mea Amazing cynics and atheists, this nun from a convent sold 2 million copies in 31 countries (proceeds donated to charity) as the public loved hearing and singing the Lord's Prayer.[4] 1973 #4 (Billboard Hot 100) Classic/Pop
"Liberalism is a Mental Disorder" The Infidel (Gregory Van Leer Jr.) with an opening from Michael Savage Inf Clearly attacks liberal values. NA Rap
"Libtard Anthem" JPEGMAFIA New A song detailing the logical fallacies and non-arguments employed by liberals during political discourse. 2018 Rap
"Life After Death" KJ-52 KJ- A song about what happens to the unsaved and the saved when they die. Rap
"Living In America" James Brown Bro Song that espouses the virtues of, and pride in, living in the United States. Appears in the movie Rocky IV and on the film's soundtrack. NA Classic/R&B/Funk
"My Body" Young the Giant You "My body tells me no / But I won't quit / Cause I want more" — Powerful chorus describes how the singer defies his body's physical desire to stop working and continue working hard because he wants to reap the rewards he has earned from his hard work. It describes conservative traits (persevering with hard work) and capitalistic ideals (wanting the rewards you worked for; working past your limit because you have proper incentive). 65
"My Heart" Paramore Par A song detailing singer Hayley Williams' relationship with God, and how she wishes for His guidance after realizing how lost she is without Him. "Sing us a song and we'll sing it back to You / We could sing our own but what would it be without You" 2005 ? Rock
"My Love" Petula Clark Cla A Christian love in secular form. 1966 1 Classic
"Nothing Like You" Miles Davis and Bob Dorough Dav Celebrates the sight of ones beloved - Isaiah 43:4 1966 Cool jazz
"Obama Nation" and its sequel "Obama Nation Part 2" Lowkey Low A song sharply critical of Barack Obama and his policies. Also criticizes those who blindly follow him due to his race: "It's the substance within, not the color of your skin" N/A Rap
"Only A Lad' Oingo Boingo Song that satirizes criminal victimhood. 1981 Pop
“Ode to Crayola” Lemon Demon song using a strong metaphor of ‘crayons’ to highlight how much life needs conservatism and the “box of 96” symbolises the year 1996 and Neil Cicierega’s hope for conservatism, “I love the way they taste” suggesting he longs for the taste of conservatism 2016 Pop
"Patriotism" Company Flow Com While containing bad language it endorses the US as a superpower. NA Rap
"People Get Ready" Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions May An all-time classic song about the glory of the Lord. 3 Contemporary
"Please Come to Boston" Dave Loggins Promotes rural home life over the allure of big cities. 1974 #5 Pop
"Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" Written by Frank Loesser; made famous by Kay Kyser and His Orchestra Loe A patriotic song written and published as sheet music in 1942; Kay Kyser's recording came out in 1943. This rousing tune is about a chaplain (called a "sky pilot" in the song) who is with some men on a warship in the heat of a battle. One of the soldiers asks the chaplain to pray for the men shooting at the enemy aircraft. In response, the chaplain puts down his Bible, mans one of the gun turrets on the ship, begins firing at the planes himself, and tells the soldiers, "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition, and we'll all stay free!" Beyond the obvious pro-Christian and pro-American messages, it also tells us that sometimes the Lord calls on us to put down the Bible and pick up our guns to defend the American way. #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1943 #1 Patriotic/Jazz
"Pray" MC Hammer MC Working hard and giving thanks. 2 Rap/Pop
"Red Letters" DC Talk DC Christian song about the importance of the Words of Christ in the Bible (i.e. the Red Letters) 1998 CCM
"The Reflex" Duran Duran Dur About the evils of gambling addiction Pop
"Respect" Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin Red This song is about respecting a productive member of society. #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1965 #1 Soul
Runaround Sue Dion DiMucci a criticism with mockery of unfaithful women: "She took my love, then ran around / With every single guy in town" 1961 #1 Pop
Sara Stevie Nicks / Fleetwood Mac a tribute by Stevie Nicks to her unborn child before her abortion, whom she named Sara. This song begins with "Wait a minute baby / Stay with me awhile." 1979 #7 Pop
"Small Town" John Mellencamp Promotes small-town conservative values with lyrics including "Taught the fear of Jesus in a small town ... my bed is in a small town / Oh, and that's good enough for me."[5] 1985 #1 Pop
"Socially Acceptable" DC Talk DC A song about how secular society makes sin more socially acceptable. "Times are changing with morals in decay. Human rights have made the wrongs okay." That says it all. 1992 CCM/Pop
"Starting All Over Again" Petula Clark Cla Keep moving onward, even in the most difficult of times. 2004 Pop
"Stay With Me" Frank Sinatra Sin Beautiful song of Christian faith. 1965 Swing/Pop
"Stayin' Alive" The Bee Gees Bee Pro-people and pro-staying alive, and this: "we can try to understand/the New York Times effect on man." #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1977 Disco
"Such Great Heights" The Postal Service Pos Creationist/Biblical lyrics: ""And I have to speculate that God himself did make us into corresponding shapes like puzzle pieces from the clay."" 2003 ? Indie
"Sweet Florida" Johnny Van Zant, lead vocalist of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and his brother Donnie Van Zant Tribute to Ron DeSantis 2022
"Take it to the Lord" DC Talk DC A song that admonishes those who only pray to or otherwise acknowledge God when there are troubles in their lives Rap
"Thank You My Lord" Petula Clark Cla The title says it all. 1966 Spiritual
"Things of This World" DC Talk DC A reference to 1 John 2:17: "The world and its desires pass away, but whoever does the will of God lives forever." Rap
"True Colors" Cyndi Lauper Lau Song about inner beauty. LGBTQ members have tried to say it was actually a pro-gay song, but Cyndi Lauper (who has been an LGBTQ advocate for her entire career) stated it had nothing to do with that to say otherwise. 1986 80s Pop
"Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" Meat Loaf From the "Bat Out of Hell" album, this song is pro abstinence and has this conservative rebuke of the entitlement mentality: "there ain't no Coupe de Ville hidin' at the bottom of a Cracker Jack box." 1977 1 Pop
"Two Trucks" Lemon Demon A song celebrating the beauty of America. 2013 Pop
"Unborn Child" Seals and Crofts Sea This pro-life song was a hit single in 1974, but for some reason gets left off the Seals and Crofts greatest hits albums. #66 on the Billboard charts. 1974 Easy listening
"What's The Use Of Wond'rin?"-Lyrics Doris Day Day Celebrates the command: "Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord." -Ephesians 5:22 1960 Swing
"Wait for You" KJ-52 KJ-52 Condemns promiscuity and promotes abstinence. Rap
"Waiting List" Dr. Octagon Dr. A powerful song about socialized medicine and rationing. NA Hip Hop
"Walls" DC Talk DC An anti-racism song that's directed not just to one side, but all sides of the race issue: "Stand up to the problem and begin to fight. Not against each other, you're wastin' time. Yo, I'm referring to a battle of minds. Not through debate or writin' on the walls. This kinda action is delayin' the cause. An eye for an eye, fight fire with fire. It's our turn to take it one step higher. Gotta live by example, show brotherly love, We're together on Earth, we'll be together above" Rap/rock
"Where'd You Go?" Fort Minor For Shows the hardship of divorce, liberal values, and the possible future of the families of American soldiers who could be forced to serve in Libya. NA Rap
"Where Is The Love?" The Black Eyed Peas The Main message questioning why are people ignoring their Christian beliefs, and asking for help from church and God. Condemns both racism, and terrorism, and also claims the idea of joining gangs and doing drugs is wrong. 2003 Pop
"Yah Mo Be There" James Ingram and Michael McDonald Ing Written about God. ? R&B
"You Can't Hurry Love (You Just Have to Wait)" The Supremes Sup Abstinence for rock fans. Also performed by Phil Collins. #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1966 60s Pop
"You Don't Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show)" Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. A massive hit with crossover appeal in both pop and soul, this song is counter to the hype of media stardom. 1976 70s Pop
"You Light Up My Life" Debby Boone Boo One of the biggest hits ever, but liberals omit that this song is about Jesus. #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1977 70s Pop
"Welcome To The Revolution" Hi-Rez & Jimmy Levy Protest song against leftwing authoritarianism 2021
"We The People" Kid Rock Song expressing popular sentiment about life under the communist Biden regime. 2022 Rock

Country songs

Title Artist ART.
Comments/lyric sample Year "Bill-"
"Ain't I Right" Marty Robbins Rob Song against Communism and socialism. NA Country
"American Solider" Toby Keith Wyn Toby Keith singing about being an American soldier, and fighting for freedom. Classic/Country
"Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue (The Angry American)" Toby Keith Kei A patriotic response to the Sept. 11 attacks 1 (Hot Country Songs) Classic/Country
"Ballad of Kyle Rittenhouse" Clifton Hicks True Story of Kyle Rittenhouse. 2021 Blue Grass
"Coal Miner's Daughter" Loretta Lynn Lyn A semi-biographical song. NA Country
"Country Boy" Aaron Lewis Lew Promotes country and traditional lifestyle as well as family and friendship values. 2011 NA Country
"Country Trash" Johnny Cash Cas In a comedic way, the song praises the small-town conservative virtues of the people looked down upon by big city liberals as "Country trash" NA Classic/Country
"The Devil Went Down to Georgia" Charlie Daniels Dan A variant on "deal with the devil" stories found in literature (such as The Devil and Daniel Webster); in this case, Johnny actually outplays the devil and defeats him. Does contain, in some versions, an expletive. 1979 3 Classic/Country
"D-I-V-O-R-C-E" Tammy Wynette Wyn This sad song was a huge hit in 1968, sadly about a family breaking up (ironically Wynette's two most famous songs are this one and "Stand By Your Man"). 1968 1 Classic/Country
"The Fightin' Side of Me" Merle Haggard Hag A song about patriotism and standing up for America. 1 (Hot Country Singles) Classic/Country
"God Bless the USA" Lee Greenwood Gre One of the most popular patriotic songs of modern times. 1984 7 (Hot Country) Classic/Country
"God's Gonna Get 'Cha For That" Tammy Wynette & George Jones Wyn You cannot escape God's gaze, no matter who you are Twenty-five Country
"Good Guys Win" Jimmy Buffett Buf A song about good triumphing over evil. It can be relatable to America's police, FBI, CIA, or military stopping organized criminals. NA Country
"Have "You Forgotten?" Darryl Worley Wor Patriotic response to September 11, 2001 attacks[6] 1 (US Country) Classic/Country
"Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day" Luke Bryan Dia Luke Bryan sings out conservative activities; such as hunting and fishing and also Thanks God in the song. 2015 24 Country
"In America" The Charlie Daniels Band Dan Patriotism makes a comeback in response to the 1970s triple whammy of double-digit inflation, unemployment, and mortgage interest rates (giving rise to the misery index), along with the fallout from Watergate and the then ongoing Iran hostage crisis and Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Eleven Classic/Country
"I Saw The Light" Hank Williams Wil Redemption of sin through faith. NA Classic/Country
"It's America" Rodney Atkins Atk Celebrates the American spirit and all the good things about the United States. 1 (US Country) Classic/Country
"Jesus, Take The Wheel" Carrie Underwood Und A gospel-themed hit from the American Idol winner. 2005 1 (US Country) Country
"Only Prettier" Miranda Lambert Lam Explains that conservative women are more attractive than their liberal counterparts. 2009 12 (US Country) Country
"Rich Men North of Richmond" Olivier Anthony Lam Explains the white working class suffering because of elites. 2023 1 (US Country) Country
"Point of Light" Randy Travis Tra This song tells of the potential of doing the right thing and overcoming one's inner darkness, to become a "point of light" and that anyone from all over America can be heroes (from firefighters and police officers to average citizens). The song also promotes charity and fellowship, examples being feeding the hungry, giving to the homeless shelter, and helping people find hope. Conservative-leaning teachers are also portrayed positively for teaching children in school about good morals. 1991 3 (Hot Country Singles) Country
"Progress" John Rich Tra The song directly calls out Biden's policies, COVID-19 lockdowns, growing atheism, and big government. 2022 14 (Hot Country Songs) Country
"Simple Man" Charlie Daniels Dan A song about how drugs and poor politics are a result of people putting their Bibles down. Also, a strongly pro-death penalty song, though it does hint at vigilante-style justice. Twelve Classic/Country/Rock
"Somebody Must Be Prayin' For Me" Tim McGraw McG Song about prayer and how it is a necessary part of everyday life. NA Country
"Stand By Your Man" Tammy Wynette Wyn Don't expect feminists to like that one! Or Hillary Clinton! 1968 1 (Hot Country Singles) Classic/Country
"Take Me Home, Country Roads" John Denver Den Celebrates Southern country landscape and traditions. 1971 2 Classic Country
"This Ain't No Rag, It's A Flag Charlie Daniels Dan A patriotic song, filled with great patriotic lines such as "It's a symbol of the land where the good guys live" and "We believe in God and we believe in justice, We believe in liberty" Country
"Try That in a Small Town" Jason Aldean Ald Aldean's criticism of left-wing violence, criminality and anti-American behavior; while the lyrics are somewhat NSFW and its accompanying video contains news footage of violent scenes (as well as a burning of the American flag by leftist "protestors") contrasted against clips showing life in small-town America and its traditional values (including people willing to help out their neighbors in need), they get the point of the song across as Aldean, who stands in front of a courthouse during the video, voices the frustration many Americans are feeling over the lawlessness of the Joe Biden regime.

In response to the success and popularity of the song, liberal snowflakes threw emotional hissy fits online and and falsely claimed, without proof, that the song was "pro-lynching" and emotionally claimed it as "violent" and "hateful" (even though the actual violence and hate was coming from the leftist rioters depicted in the news clips featured in the video), leading to country music video channel CMT pulling the video from airplay to appease the snowflakes;[7] Aldean himself responded to the controversy over the video in a Twitter post,[8] pointing out that the negative reaction from liberals that led to the video being pulled by CMT was "...not only meritless, but dangerous", and in response to the CMT controversy, Aldean received a great deal of support from fans and fellow country music artists, while calls were made to boycott CMT over Aldean's video being pulled.

Additionally, when music news magazine Rolling Stone echoed the rest of the liberal media in virtue-signaling and making false accusations against both Aldean and the song, the magazine got roasted for its comments on social media, with many respondents pointing out the magazine's hypocrisy in attacking Aldean and his song while ignoring violent and racist rap songs that glorify killing police officers, killing whites, drug dealing, abusing women and other crimes;[9] rather than back down and admit its error in the face of massive pushback against it for its attack on Aldean, however, Rolling Stone doubled down on its stupidity and hypocrisy by attacking the conservative critics, calling them "trolls" (while ironically ignoring that liberals themselves are often trolls online) and accusing them of resorting to "whataboutism" by bringing up rap music, which only earned the magazine even more scorn from critics.

2023 Country
"Vote for Trump" Rodney Carrington Car A pro-Trump song. Country
"Way Out Here" Josh Thompson Tho "Our house is all protected by the good Lord and a gun", and "We won't take a dime if we ain't earned it, when it comes to weight, brother we pull our own." It is pro-gun ownership, the Lord, and hard work. Also preaches the morals and ethics that are known in small towns. Fifteen (US Country) Classic/Country
"We Must Take America Back" Steve Vaus Vau Became an underground country music hit in 1992 after RCA dropped him and took the album out of print due to the political lyrics. NA Classic/Country
"What Makes You Country" Luke Bryan Dan Luke Bryan singing about being country. 2017 14 Country
Where The Stars & Stripes & The Eagle Fly Aaron Tippin Dan A song about how great America is Country

Rock and Metal

Title Artist ART.
Comments/lyrics sample Year Bill
"22 Acacia Avenue" Iron Maiden Iro Expresses the dangers of prostitution. NA Heavy metal
"53rd & 3rd" The Ramones Ram A song denouncing sodomy. ? Punk
"Aces High" Iron Maiden Iro Patriotic song about a British RAF pilot fighting Nazis.[10] Music Video starts with a Patriotic speech by Winston Churchill.[11] NA Heavy metal
"Ain't It Fun" Paramore Par Song tells spoiled snowflakes that the world doesn't owe them anything. 2013 95 Alternative rock
"Alive" P.O.D. Pod About being thankful for the gift of life. 2 (US Alternative) Rock
"All In" Lifehouse Lif Describes a relationship with God as being full of commitment and without reservations. 2009 NA Rock
"All You Zombies" The Hooters Hoo Anti-atheist song that narrates the song of Moses & Noah, tells the zombies (atheists) that the rain's going to fall on them when the time comes. (a.k.a Judgment Day,) N/A Rock
"Amen" Kid Rock Kid Talks about "Stop living off handouts and favors". Written and performed by a Republican. N/A Country/Rock
"American Dream" Casting Crowns Cas "But if he loses his soul, what has he gained in the end" 2003 Gospel
"American Pie" Don McLean Mclean Laments the loss of innocence in American youth and society after "The Day the Music Died", and can be applied to modern times. NA Folk Rock
"Angel of Death" Slayer Sla Exposes the sheer disgustingness of the Nazis and the Holocaust. NA Thrash metal
"Angel of Light" Petra Pet A song that condemns the works of Satan. The title is a reference to 2 Corinthians 11:14 "And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light." Rock
"Angry Young Man" Billy Joel Joe The doctrinaire leftist radical with "his fist in the air and his head in the sand" comes in for biting criticism. NA Classic/Pop
"Another Brick In The Wall" Pink Floyd Pin Anti-public school and anti-indoctrination/thought control. 1979 N/A Rock
"A Shame" Pillar Pil "It's a shame to be ashamed / To be ashamed of the One that we should glorify" NA Rock/Metal
"At 30,000 Ft." Queensrÿche Que Pro-soldier, pro-Iraqi/Afghanistan action. "Flaming oil blackens the sky. I don't know why...their hate is the reason for the Hell that I make." NA Rock
"Baba O'Riley" The Who Who The song was a backlash against Woodstock & the hippie movement. 1971 NA Rock
"Back in the U.S.A." Chuck Berry Ber A patriotic song about missing life in the U.S.A. Sixteen Classic/Rock
"Bad Boys" Inner Circle Inn Pro-police song that also asks the criminals why their deeds are "born from a mother with the love from a father," as the song states. N/A Rock, Reggae
"Bad Rap (Who You Tryin' To Kid, Kid?)" Steve Taylor Tay Takes aim at LA, NYC, and SF hipsters, the Village Voice, abortion, and "the left-wing band with their heads in the sand". NA Rock
"Be All, End All" Anthrax Ant Expresses the dangers of Communism and fascism. NA Heavy/thrash metal
"Slaughter the Innocent" Proven Existence Ant Condemns abortion and Planned Parenthood. NA Black metal
"Beat On the Brat" The Ramones Ram A song acknowledging the fact that sometimes corporal punishment is necessary to discipline children. ? Punk
"Behind the Crooked Cross" Slayer Sla Another Slayer song that exposes the sheer disgustingness of the Nazis and the Holocaust. N/A Thrash metal
"The Big Money" Rush Rus Pro-capitalism. forty-five Rock
"Bodies" The Sex Pistols Sex Profane but graphically anti-abortion.[12] NA Rock
"Break the Cycle" For Today For NA Metalcore
"Breaking the Habit" Linkin Park Lin Title says it all and it can be seen as a motivational song against alcohol, tobacco, drugs, gambling, and other addictions. 2003 NA Alternative rock
"Brick" Ben Folds Five Ben Shows the regret involved in abortion. 1997 6 (Modern Rock Tracks) Rock
"Brimful of Asha" Cornershop Cor A song which mocks big government: " We don't care about no Government warning/'Bout their promotion of the simple life/And the dams they're building" ? Alternative Rock
"Bus Stop" The Hollies Hol Pro-chivalry, pro-romance and pro-marriage: "Someday my name and hers are going to be the same." 5 Classic
"California Über Alles" Dead Kennedys Dea Anti-Jerry Brown song, which compares him to Hitler and Big Brother. Punk
"Californication" Red Hot Chilli Peppers Red "It's understood that Hollywood sells Californication" 1999 Alternative Rock
"Capitalism" Oingo Boingo Oin There's nothing wrong with free enterprise. NA Rock
"Chem6A" Switchfoot Swi Mocks apathy and laziness 1997 NA Alternative Rock
"Chores" Animal Collective Ani "Now I've got these chores / and I'm not gonna hurt no-one"—Hard work is praised and violence is discouraged. A scary song for liberals! NA Alternative/Indie Rock
"Collapse" War Of Ages War "Through the blood of a savior / Our death shall set us free" NA Metal
"Computer Brains" Petra Pet A song about the negative influence of popular media. Encourages analyzing what you're exposed to and realizing its effects. Rock
"Creed" Petra Pet A song based on the Apostles' Creed. Rock
"Creeping Death" Metallica Met A Christian song that tells the story of Moses and the Plagues of Egypt. 1984 NA Thrash Metal
"Critical Acclaim" Avenged Sevenfold Ave Pro-America and pro-Military. 2007 NA Rock
"Crying In The Chapel" Elvis Presley Pre Pro-marriage. 1 Classic
"Cult of Personality" Living Color Liv Warning about blindly following leaders due to popularity. Classic
"A Dead Man's Words" Queensrÿche Que No Man Left Behind. "The word we hear is there's one man down and he's alive. They ask for volunteers. I raise my hand high. I'm sure he'd do the same for me. It's three days through the desert heat to save one man's life and I don't even know his name." NA Rock
"Declaration Day" Iced Earth Ice A song about the Revolutionary War. NA Rock
"Dethharmonic" Dethklok Det Anti-tax. NA Rock
"Devil" Papa Roach Pap "If all I have is now / No consequences" "I don't wanna finish what we started / I never should've let you in / You thought I was an easy target / Now I know who you are / Who the devil is" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Disparity by Design" Rise Against Ris Refers to the "over-reaching arm" of the government, and considers whether welfare is a "handout undeserved". Also refers to the American ideal of "pulling yourself up by your bootstraps." 2011 NA Rock
"Dissident" Pearl Jam Pea About a woman who engages in liberal values by being impregnated out of wedlock and having an abortion, but immediately regrets doing so. 3 Rock
"Don't Let 'Em Take Your Gun" Grand Funk Railroad Gra A father gives his son some sage advice. NA Classic/Rock
"Don't Stop (Thinking About Tomorrow)" Fleetwood Mac Fle Used by Bill Clinton as his campaign theme song in 1992, but liberals often try to appeal to conservative themes for elections. 1977 3 Classic/Rock
"Don't Tread On Me" Metallica Met Tune about the Gadsden flag. 1991 N/A Heavy Metal
"Echelon" Pillar Pel "You're takin' a risk when you resist The One who made you exist" NA Rock/Metal
"Eminence Front" The Who Who Anti-hedonism and anti-drug abuse. This song was played at the 2016 Republican National Convention. 68 Hard Rock
"The End Is Not the Answer" Three Days Grace Thr Title says it all. 2015 Alternative
"The Enemy" Anthrax Ant A song that exposes the sheer disgustingness of the Nazis and the Holocaust. N/A Thrash metal
"Everybody's Fool" Evanescence Eva Criticizes Hollywood values. Example: "Perfect by nature / Icons of self-indulgence / Just what we all need: / More lies about about a world that / Never was and never will be... You know you've got everybody fooled." 2003 36 Gothic Rock
"Everything" Pillar Pil "Everything has meaning, everything we see / Are you willing to give up, everything" NA Rock/Metal
"Extra Extra" Toots Sweet Too Toots does a great job at making the clips entertaining as well as informative. NA Rock
"Face Everything And Rise" Papa Roach Pap "I need a cure for this life I've chosen" "I am protected when I'm walking through the flames" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Fair Exchange"" Kansas Kan Warnings about totalitarian governments who want to take away your freedom in the name of utopia. Also much of their early 1980s material, which has Christian lyrics. NA Rock
"Falling Apart" Papa Roach Pap "I'll follow you out of the dark / I tried it my way but I keep fallin' apart" "All that I see is the wickedness around me / I refuse to believe the apocalypse inside of me" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Eye of the Beholder" Metallica Is pro-First Amendment and is against imposed restrictions on freedom of speech. 1988 NA Thrash metal
"Father of Mine" Everclear Eve A reminder of the importance of good parenting. Everclear singer Art Alexakis wrote much of his material from his own perspective of a troubled childhood. At the end of the song, Alexakis promises to be a better father than his own had been. 1997 4 Rock
"Feuer Frei" Rammstein Ram An anti-pacifist song that acknowledges that there's some merit in war. ? Industrial
"Fireproof" Pillar Pil "The only one who can control me, I extol the Almighty" NA Rock/Metal
"For Martha" The Smashing Pumpkins Sma Being torn between the anguish of losing a lost one and the joy of knowing you will one day reunite them with in Heaven. 1998 NA Rock
"For the Love of the Game" Pillar Pillar "Your final destination / Keeps you focused on the win" NA Rock/Metal
"Freedom is Colorblind" Joe Dan Media Joe A song about how the Left uses race to polarize the country. It is a conservative song that tries to unite the country. NA Rock
"From Ashes" War Of Ages War "Fight for the path unto forgiveness" "I knew from the first time that I saw you / You were sent by God" NA Metal
"Get Back to the Bible" Petra Pet Makes clear that Jesus is the only Way to Heaven. It also condemns Satanism. Rock
"Get it Right the First Time" Louisiana's LeRoux Lou Wealthy Georgia politician is placed in high office and turns out to be a puppet with no ideas of his own. Released in 1980 when Jimmy Carter was up for re-election. NA Rock
"Get Out Alive" Three Days Grace Thr 2006 Alternative
"Get Over It" The Eagles Eag Written by Don Henley (who is a liberal) about his frustration with people blaming others for their own problems and believing the world owes them a favor; "the big bad world doesn't owe you a thing," NA Rock
"Gimme Back My Bullets" Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyn The name says it all. NA Classic/Rock
"Glory Hallelujah" Frank Turner Tur Rejects those who say there is no God, insisting that never was the case. NA Rock
"God and Guns" Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyn A powerful new song that elaborates on the song title. NA Rock
"Goodbye Horses" Q Lazzarus Q L A song that might very well be about the hope Christianity offers the world. The person the singer talks with can be construed as a cynical atheist who has a sad outlook on life due to his lack of belief in a higher power. The singer on the other hand still has hope, as she knows there is a God. In the final lines she sings about flying over horses. This might interpreted to mean that like all of mankind she too experienced physical death, but due to her belief in Jesus found her way into Heaven. ? New Wave
"Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road" Elton John Joh The same message as the Prodigal Son: look objectively at our own lives, and realize that "I should have listened to my old man." 1973 2 Classic
"Good People" Jack Johnson Jac Written by liberal singer/songwriter Jack Johnson, the piece is critical of the mainstream media 2005 Soft Rock
"Gotta Serve Somebody" Bob Dylan Dyl "It may be the devil or it may be the Lord." Twenty-four Classic/Folk
"Grandad" Clive Dunn Dun UK Number 1 hit, in praise of senior citizens and their values. Classic
"Government Cheese" The Rainmakers Rai Humorous spoof of welfare. NA Classic
"Gravity" Papa Roach Pap "I'm a broken man, I'm full of sin / I'm sick of all this hell that I'm livin' in" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Guilty of Being White" Minor Threat Min Criticizes the concept of white guilt. NA Punk Rock
"He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" Hollies Hol Repeats the slogan of Boys Town, a Christian charity for youngsters founded by Father Edward J. Flanagan in Omaha[13] NA Classic
"The High Road" Three Days Grace Thr "I told you I was hurt, bleeding on the inside / I told you I was lost in the middle of my life" "Standing in the dark, I can see your shadow / You're the only light that's breaking through the window" 2012 NA Alternative
"Highland" Blackmore's Night Bla Promotes rural life over urban: "Everywhere there are people passing by / Empty faces and not a friendly smile / Under stress, loneliness, a part of our city." "I'll be waiting on the highland / With its wonderful serenity / Where the stars glow and the brooks flow / That's my way of life / When the mountains on the highland / And the nature is surrounding me / When the wind blows / That's all I need" 2010 NA Folk Rock
"Holier than Thou" Metallica Met Expresses the dangers of playing Holier than Thou. 1991 NA Heavy Metal
"House of the Rising Son" Animals Ani Appalachian blues song of unknown origins about a Louisiana prison, often performed in Christian church services with the lyrics of Amazing Grace.[14] 1 (both US and UK)
"Hundred Mile Stare" Queensrÿche Que Pro-soldier, pro-freedom. "Whatever happened to conviction and faith? People trip from side to side; don't know which way or what side to take. Always known the truth. It's really black and white. I've got no fear of judgment when it's time to fight." NA Rock
"I Am America" Krista Branch Bra American Tea Party Movement Song. NA Classic
"I Fought the Law (and the Law Won)" The Crickets Cri Its title says it all. The version by rock group The Clash has a particularly good tempo. 9 (Bobby Fuller Four version) Classic
"Imminent War" Living Sacrifice Liv A pro-Israel song that tells the uncomfortable truth about why peaceful co-existence with the "Palestinians" is impossible. "Chosen Nation Prophesied, The Prosperous The Hated Ones, The Hand Of God." Metal
"Injustice System" Sick of it All Sic This song is anti-police brutality. Don't expect corrupt FBI, CIA, or EPA agents to like this song either! N/A Punk Rock
"Innocence" Disturbed Dis Calls out the corruption and incompetence of the justice system as well as the media 2010 Heavy Metal
"In Your Eyes" Peter Gabriel Gab Love and 1000 churches for those who are lost. 1986 Pop Rock
"Iraq No Phobia" Pro-Pain Pro It is a pro-American, pro-military heavy metal song about the first Gulf War: ""Mohammed's no match for the great Uncle Sam."" NA Rock
"It is Finished" Petra Pet A song about the events of Good Friday. The title is a reference to John 19:30 Rock
"It's a Man's Man's Man's World" James Brown Bro Acknowledges the importance that men have brought to the world, through hard-work, and the importance women contain in our society. 8 Rhythm and Blues Soul
"I Will Fail You" Demon Hunter Dem NA Heavy Metal
"I Won't Back down" Tom Petty Pet It's been described as "A message of defiance against unnamed forces of difficulty and possibly oppression," with the lyrics, "Well I know what's right, I got just one life, in a world that keeps on pushin' me around, but I'll stand my ground, and I won't back down." It became an anthem of the anti-covid vaccine resistance movement.[15] 1989 N/A Rock
"Jesus Christ" Brand New Bra The singer turns to God for advice and assurance. thirty Hot Modern Rock Tracks Rock
"Judas Kiss" Petra Pet A song about how God perceives sin "It must be like another thorn stuck in your brow, (referring to the Crown of Thorns [John 19:2]). It must be like another close friend's broken vow (a reference to Peter denying Jesus three times after vowing to follow him. [Matthew 26:33-34]). It must be like another nail right through your wrist (referring to the nails on the Cross). It must be, just like...Just like Judas' Kiss (A reference to Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve disciples who accepted a bribe and led the Roman authorities to Jesus where Jesus was arrested and betrayed Jesus with a kiss [Luke 22:48]). Rock
"Keep On Loving You" REO Speedwagon REO Love overcomes infidelity "When I said that I love you I meant That I love you forever." 1 Rock
"Keeper of the Flame" Blackmore's Night Bla "Be careful of what you wish for / And make sure when it knocks at your door / Let it be what you need, not some fantasy / That'll haunt you forevermore" 2010 NA Folk Rock
"Kill the Poor" Dead Kennedys Dea Celebrates those who have worked hard for their wealth and are liberated from welfare tax and socialism. Punk Rock
"Killers of the Unborn" Barren Cross Bar The titles says it all. An anti-abortion song that condemns abortion as the brutal murder it is. Heavy Metal
"Last Caress" The Misfits Mis Pro-life song, with the lyrics "I killed your baby today, And it doesn't matter much to me, As long as it's dead" pretty much sums up Planned Parenthood. Band member Michale Graves has stated he is a conservative in interviews. Punk Rock
"Last Kiss" Pearl Jam Pea "Oh where oh where can my baby be; The Lord took her away from me; She's gone to heaven so I got to be good; So I can see my baby when I leave this world"[16] Originally written by Wayne Cochran and covered by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers in its most famous version. 1999 Classic
"Let Everything That Hath Breath" Petra Pet A reference to Psalm 150:6 "Let everything that hath breath praise the LORD." Rock
"Let It Be" The Beatles Bea Very popular in Russia under the Soviets. 1970 1 Classic
"Lightning Crashes" Live Liv The joy and significance of childbirth. 1 Rock
"The List" The Right Brothers Rig A song that melodically lists liberal activists. NA Rock
"Livin' on a Prayer" Bon Jovi Bon Organized labor is harmful to the welfare of workers, who turn to prayer. 1986 1 Rock
"The Logical Song" Supertramp Sup Mocks the public education system; also compares being called a liberal to being called a criminal. 1979 ? Classic Rock
"Lonely Nation" Switchfoot Swi Laments corporatism/consumerism: "We are the target market / We set the corporate target / We are slaves of what we want / We're just numb and amused / And we're just used to bad news and / We are slaves of what we want" "I want more than my lonely nation" "Don't leave me hollow / I'm tired of feeling low" 2005 Alternative Rock
"Lucy" Skillet Ski Couple has an abortion and regrets it. 2009 NA Rock
"Make It Real" Scorpions Sco Sends a great message about open-mindedness. Part of the lyrics also says "As you know, there's always good and evil" and "Just do what feels right for you". The latter basically goes against liberals pushing their beliefs on people. Despite the song's great messages, the band is German and their singer's accent is pretty heavy so many American listeners unfortunately may not fully understand the lyrics without listening carefully. NA Rock/Metal
"Master of Puppets" Metallica Met Anti-drug anthem. 1986 NA Thrash Metal
"Move Along" The All-American Rejects All Stated by band leader Tyson Ritter to be an anti-suicide statement. Suggests that even during the toughest times in life, it's best to move on. N/A Pop punk
"Neighborhood Bully" Bob Dylan Dyl Promotes Israel's right to exist and defend itself. NA Classic/Folk
"Never Have To Say Goodbye" Papa Roach Pap "You always loved me when I couldn't even love myself / No you never turned away when I was begging for help" "I can hear your voice when I walk through the pain / You showed me how to live, showed me that I could change / I can feel you catch me when I fall away" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Never Too Late" Three Days Grace Thr Anti-suicide anthem 2006 Alternative
"No More Lockdown" Van Morrison Morr Anti-CCP flu lockdown song which also criticizes government overreach, the use of the liberal media, Hollywood and Big Tech to spread lies and disinformation about the pandemic, Gestapo-like behavior by police forces to enforce the lockdowns, illegal theft of the God-given rights and freedoms of the public, enslavement of citizens under the guise of "safety" and threats and censorship against those who speak the truth about the pandemic, along the lines of the similar "Stand and Deliver" by Eric Clapton (see below), which Morrison co-wrote. 2020 NA Rock
"No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed" Richie Havens (covered by Yes) Hav "...I know your cross is heavier / With every step / Every step / But I know a man who'd walk miles for you..." NA Classic/Rock
"No Rules for Radicals" JoeDanMedia Joe This song highlights the "rules" Saul Alinsky wrote about in his progressive-liberal book, Rules for Radicals. NA Rock
"No Son of Mine" Genesis Gen Twelve Rock
"OGRE" Utsu-P Uses man-eating monsters as a metaphor for the Satanist epidemic sweeping across America.. NA Heavy metal
"Okie From Muskogee" Merle Haggard Hag Anti-drug and anti-hippie; a song about praising the traditional American values in Mid-America. Was written in response to the Vietnam War protests and counter-culture movement. 1 (Billboard Hot Country) Classic
"ONE TEA PARTY" Toot Sweet Too This song is a metaphoric call to energize, motivate and unite the movement that we are all passionate about... the time is now to stand together, united, "AS ONE". NA Rock
"One-X" Three Days Grace Thr 2006 Alternative
"On Fire" Switchfoot Swi This song is about keeping the faith, in people and in our religion. 2003 Rock
"Only the Good Die Young" Billy Joel Bil A boy tries to convince a Catholic girl to have sex with him rather than practice abstinence. Although it contains a lot of anti-religious dialogue (from the boy's perspective), in the end the girl holds true to her values, and nothing happens between them. Classic
"Our Turn Now" Carman Car A song condemning the 1962 Supreme Court decision that banned school prayer. Rock
"Pinball Wizard" The Who A metaphor, not necessarily intentional, for Jesus Christ becoming a sinless man and being guided by faith. "Becomes part of the machine ... Always playing clean." 1969 19 Rock
"Po-Dunk" Kid Rock Kid Celebrates the work, trials, and contributions of hard-working, red-blooded Americans and vigorously refutes the fallacious notions of Coastal Elites that their degenerate inner-city lives should be the standard for America. Recorded by conservative Michigan Senatorial candidate Robert "Kid Rock" Ritchie. N/A Country/Rock
Police Truck Dead Kennedys Dead Celebrates the police who work hard to protect our country. Is also anti-prostitute. N/A Punk
"Practice What You Preach" Testament Tes Expresses the dangers of not practicing what you preach as it says "pay the appropriate toll." A partial of the lyrics also has a Christian message and expresses the importance of keeping promises as it says "Just so uncertain of your body and your soul, the promises you make, your mind goes blank, and then you lose control." NA Thrash Metal
"Prayer for America" JoeDanMedia Joe A short history lesson put to music regarding our schools and how the Bible was taught there in previous years. NA Rock
"The Prisoner" Iron Maiden Iro Patriotic song about a British POW fighting in a Japanese prison camp during WW2. NA Heavy metal
All songs on the album "Every Red Heart Shines Toward the Red Sun" The Red Sparowes Iro Concept album describing the horrors of Mao Zeodong's Communist regime in China. 2006 NA Post-rock
"Ænima" Tool Iro Criticizes L. Ron Hubbard and the Scientology movement. 1996 NA Progressive/Alternative Metal
"Prodigal Soul" Switchfoot Swi Title says it all. The lyrics are from the point-of-view (POV) of the Prodigal Son. 2019 Rock
"Purple Heart" Sabaton Sab A tribute to US military personnel killed in action. Impressive, considering that this band is Swedish. NA Power metal
"Quit Your Low Down Ways" Bob Dylan "You’re gonna need my help someday / Well, if you can’t quit your sinnin’ / Please quit your low down ways"[17] 1962 Rock
"Real American" Rick Derringer Der Patriotic anthem, known as Hulk Hogan's pre-match song. NA Rock
"The Real You" Three Days Grace Thr 2015 Alternative
"A Reason To Fight" Disturbed Dis Promotes overcoming addiction 2018 Heavy Metal
"Red Barchetta" Rush Rus Tells the story of a future with excessive regulation, where even driving is illegal. NA Rock
"Red White & Blue (Love It or Leave)" Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyn "It was all based around this somewhat Utopian view of the world. The idea was that music would lift man up to a higher plane, and that world leaders, if they were able to sit down on some big grassy knoll where the sun was shining and hear music..." Tom Johnston of LS Twenty-seven Classic/Rock
"Renegade" Steppenwolf Ste John Kay's childhood escape from Communist East Germany. NA Classic/Rock
"Return to Oz" Scissor Sisters Sci A song about the connection between homosexuality and illegal drug use,[18] a subject that the lamestream media prefers not to talk about. ? Glam Rock
"Runaway Son" Mike Oldfield Old The parable of The Prodigal Son, from the prodigal's perspective. ? Rock
"Secret Agent Man" Johnny Rivers Riv This song talks about an American secret agent and what he has to face on an everyday basis, thus giving it an anti-crime message. The song also came out in 1966, a time when many counterculture people were holding military personnel, secret agents, police officers, and firemen in contempt, and singing negative songs about them. However, because this song was the exact opposite of that, it gets extra points! This song was also used as the theme for the 1960–68 British action/adventure/mystery TV series "Danger Man", which was broadcast in the United States as "Secret Agent". NA Rock
"See No Evil" Holy Soldier Hol Pro-life song that demonstrates the callousness of those who support abortion. Metal
"Shut up and Teach" The Right Brothers Rig Liberal indoctrination runs rampant in our schools. Song expresses the desire to stick to a non-partisan curriculum. NA Rock
"Sin City" The Flying Burrito Brothers Fly Attacks modern decadence and predicts divine punishment for sin. NA Classic/Country
"Sister Christian" Night Ranger Nig This song advises the drummer's sister to remain a virgin till she finds "Mr. Right" NA Rock
"Skeletons" Papa Roach Pap "I will shed my sins / I'll show you my skeletons" "Burn away the sins / We all have our skeletons" "I have lost myself in my addictions" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Sliver" Queensrÿche Que Pro-soldier, bravery. "It's time to sack up and let go of your mothers. Take your gun, it's the cross that's carried by your brothers." NA Rock
"Something For Nothing" Rush Rus "You can't get something for nothing, you can't have freedom for free." NA Rock
"Sparks of the Tempest" Kansas Kan Warnings about totalitarian governments who want to take away your freedom in the name of utopia. Also much of their early 1980s material, which has Christian lyrics. NA Rock
"Spirit In The Sky" Norman Greenbaum Gre A religious rock song was written in 1969. Does contain questionable lyrics from a theological standpoint ("I've never been a sinner, I've never sinned/I got a friend named Jesus"). 3 Classic
"Stairway to Heaven" Led Zeppelin Zep A great Christian classic by one of the most well-known bands! 1971 NA Rock
"Stand and Deliver" Eric Clapton Clap Anti-CCP flu lockdown song; Clapton and song writer/fellow rock music legend Van Morrison are vocal opponents of the lockdowns and the damage they have caused in society, along with the lies being pushed by liberals in public office (along with their mouthpieces in the liberal media) to justify imposing the lockdowns. In addition to being critical of the police state and those who push their lies to fool the public into accepting the lockdowns, Clapton also asks in the song if people want to be free or to be slaves and advises them to wake up and be more aware of what those in power are doing, contrary to the public good despite claims otherwise, while the public has the chance. 2020 NA Rock
"Star Spangled Banner" Madison Rising Mad The American national anthem, as performed by rock band Madison Rising, who put out a challenge to the American public to renew its intimacy with and understanding of the anthem and its patriotic message. [1] NA Classic/Traditional/Rock
"State of Emergency" Pillar Pil "It's a state of emergency / It's time we see / There's a need to take action" NA Rock/Metal
"Stop Global Whining" The Right Brothers Rig Anti-Global Warming hoax song. NA Rock
"Storm the Embassy" The Stray Cats Str Another conservative song about the Iran hostage crisis. "Fifteen man taken captive in a hostile foreign land/Scorchin' sun beaming down onto miles and miles of sand..." NA Classic/Rock
"Stranger in Blue Suede Shoes" Kevin Ayers Aye Defends the right of businessmen to choose their customers: "we don't serve strangers in blue suede shoes." NA Rock
"Sunny Afternoon" The Kinks Kin About a rich man trying to enjoy the simple things in life, but the nanny state has nearly bankrupted him. 1966 Fourteen Rock
"Supper's Ready" Genesis Gen "There's an angel standing in the sun, and he's crying with a loud voice, 'This is the supper of the mighty one', Lord of Lords, King of Kings, Has returned to lead his children home, To take them to the new Jerusalem" NA Classic/Rock
"Sweet Home Alabama" Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyn A response to hippie culture. Defends Southerners from stereotyped attacks by liberal Canadian rocker Neil Young. "Well, I hope Neil Young will remember / A Southern man don't need him around anyhow." Also criticizes former Alabama Democrat governor and pro-segregationist George Wallace. 1974 8 Rock
"Sympathy for the Devil" The Rolling Stones Rol Though the song is among the most controversial of the Stones hits, historically and theologically it is accurate, and reminds humanity that evil is present in the world and needs to be fought. 1968 NA Classic/Rock
"Symphony of Destruction" Megadeth Meg Talks about the dangers of Communism and fascism as it says "You take a mortal man and put him in control, watch him become a God, watch people's heads a roll". 1992 NA Thrash Metal
"Takin' Care of Business" Bachman-Turner Overdrive Bac The work ethic and promoting self-employment. Twelve Rock
"Taxman" The Beatles Bea "There's one for you, nineteen for me / 'Cause I'm the taxman"

George Harrison said, "'Taxman' was when I first realized that even though we had started earning money, we were actually giving most of it away in taxes."

1966 NA Classic/Rock
"That Smell" Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyn A very strong anti-drug use song by America's most well-known Southern rock band. NA Classic/Country/Rock
"Through Glass" Stone Sour Sto Expresses disgust for the music industry in addition to Hollywood values: "When something like a soul becomes initialized and folded up like paper dolls and little notes, you can't expect a bit of hope" "An epidemic of the mannequins, contaminating everything / We thought came from the heart, but never did right from the start" 2006 1 Alternative Rock
"Ticket to Ride" The Beatles Bea Lyrics describe anti-feminist attitudes. 1 Rock
"Tired of Sex" Weezer Wee Shows the danger of premarital sex. A warning against the evils of sex addiction. 1996 NA Rock
"Tourniquet" Evanescence Eva The Christian lyrics show suicide in an awful light 2003 NA Gothic Rock
"Tribute" Tenacious D Ten Comedy single, but it's also a very popular song about overcoming Satan and alludes to many other Christian themes such as heaven and hell. 2002 4 Rock
"The Trooper" Iron Maiden Iro Another patriotic Iron Maiden song about the British in a 19th century war. 1983 NA Heavy metal
"Union Sundown" Bob Dylan Dyl The title says it all. NA Classic/Folk
"War Over Me" Papa Roach Pap "I'm fighting for my soul / I've walked a self-destructive lonely road / I read the warning signs but / I was too blind to see / I had to feel the pain 'till I believed / I have a purpose" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Warriors" Papa Roach Pap "Shine your light / Push the enemy back / When you're under attack / It will protect you / Kill the night / All we need is a spark / We can bury the dark" 2015 NA Rock/Metal
"Welcome to the Family" Avenged Sevenfold Ave Laments drug addiction. 8 Rock
"We the People" Toots Sweet Too A song about the Constitution and how the current administration has been abusing the beloved document we are trying to live by. NA Rock
"What If His People Prayed" Casting Crowns Cas 2003 Gospel
"What I've Done" Linkin Park Lin A song about redemption for past wrongdoings. 2007 NA Alternative rock
"Can't Stop Partying" Weezer Wez I contrast to the title this song criticizes party culture and the immoral lifestyle that comes with it. 2009 NA Pop/Rock
"When the Clock Strikes" Whitecross Whi A song about how material prosperity on Earth will end when the unsaved die: "When the clock strikes...the clock strikes midnight, the Lord's gonna give to each man his due..." Heavy Metal
"When You Love A Woman" Journey Jou True love from the heart. Twelve Classic/Rock
"Won't Get Fooled Again" The Who Who How the October Revolution ruined everyone's lives. Also notable, band leader Pete Townshend refused to sell the rights to use this song to Michael Moore.[19] 1971 N/A Classic/Rock
"Your Love Is Extravagant" Casting Crowns Cas 2003 Gospel
"Yours Is No Disgrace" Yes Yes Written to, and about, the troops headed for Vietnam. NA Classic/Rock
"Zombie" The Cranberries Cra Anti-I.R.A song, written for the memories of Johnathan Ball and Tim Parry who were killed during the Warrington bomb attacks 1994 Alternative rock
The Last Stand Sabaton Cra Song commemorating the Swiss guard for their resistance during the Sack of Rome in 1527. The Song also portrays for the Crusades. 2016

Classical and Folk

Title Artist Comments- Year Billboard Rank Subgenre
A Mighty Fortress is Our God Martin Luther A Christian hymn published in 1529. 1529 Hymn
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring Johann Sebastian Bach A Christian hymn published in 1723. 1723 Hymn
"Amazing Grace" John Newton A Christian hymn published in 1779. 1779 Hymn
"Ballad of the Green Berets" Sergeant Barry Sadler Pro-American and pro-military. #1 hit on the Billboard charts. 1966 Ballad/Traditional/March
"Battle Hymn of the Republic" Julia Ward Howe/William Steffe "As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free." 1856 Traditional
"Big Bad John" Jimmy Dean Story of a man who died so that others might live. 1961 1 Folk
The Creation Franz Joseph Haydn Depicts the Creation as found in Genesis Classical era
"King Without a Crown" Matisyahu A Hasidic Jew raps about God as the source of happiness and salvation from the things of this world: "If you're drowning in the waters and you can't stay afloat / Ask Hashem (God) for mercy and He'll throw you a rope." 7 (Hot Modern Rock Tracks) Spiritual
"Do You Hear the People Sing" Claude-Michel Schönberg Standing up to the government in the name of freedom, from the musical Les Misérables 1980 Musical
"God Bless America" Irving Berlin American patriotic, classic song. 1918,
"Go Down Moses" Louis Armstrong| Spiritual
"God Save the Queen" Traditional Despite being frighteningly atheistic, the British have enough sense to keep this God-inclusive song as their national anthem. The anthem rightly attributes the success and good fortune of the nation and its monarch to God. NA national anthem
"God's Gonna Cut You Down" Traditional "Go tell that long tongue liar, go and tell that midnight rider, tell the rambler, the gambler, the back biter, tell 'em that God's gonna cut 'em down" NA Classic/Traditional
Messiah George Frideric Handel The classic oratorio, especially popular around Christmastime, praises the Son who saved humanity by telling the stories of the Prophets who foretold his coming to earth, the annunciation to the shepherds of Christ's birth, the Passion of Christ, and finally the resurrection of the dead and Christ's glorification in heaven. N/A Late Baroque era
Missa Solemnis Beethoven Oratorio of the Latin Mass Early Romantic era
"Oh Happy Day" Edwin Hawkins Gospel spiritual song (based on Acts 8:35 and first interpreted in hymn form by English clergyman Phillip Doddridge in the mid-18th century) giving praise to the arrival and presence of Jesus on Earth and His forgiveness of the sins of people far and wide. 1967 (released 1969) Gospel
Parsifal Richard Wagner Written for dedication of the Bayreuth Theatre Late Romantic era
"Star Spangled Banner" Francis Scott Key The American national anthem. 1814 Traditional
"Turn, Turn, Turn" Pete Seeger An almost word-for-word direct quotation from the Bible, specifically Ecclesiastes, with the addition of the refrain "Turn, Turn, Turn". Covered by The Byrds who landed the song as a #1 hit on the Billboard chart. 1959 Folk
"Under God" Pat Boone, the Booth brothers 2002 Folk
"The Well Below the Valley" Traditional. Covered by Christy Moore Song loosely based on the story of Jesus and the woman at the well. Lyrics about old-fashioned family relationships and traditional attitudes to women. Promotes all children's right to life. Traditional/Folk
"You're a Grand Old Flag" George M. Cohan American patriotic classic. Cohan wrote it in 1906 for George Washington, Jr., his stage musical which had a patriotic theme 1906 Folk
"Symphony no. 3 (aka Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs)" Henryk Gorecki Written by Polish composer Henryk Gorecki to honor the victims of the Holocaust. 1977 Classical
"Miserere" Henryk Gorecki Written in protest of the communist Polish government and their repression of the anti-communist, pro-democracy group Solidarity Trade Union. Composed in 1981, but due to communist censorship, did not premiere until 1987. 1987 Classical


Title Artist Comments- Subgenre
"Mi Gente" Hector Lavoe This song is a patriotic ode to the singer's country (in this case Puerto Rico, but the lyrics are ambiguous enough for any country). Also, the first line contains a satirical comment (cuidado, ahi vene los abnormales!/be careful, here comes the deplorables!), showing how the singer's people are called 'abnormales' and so qualifies as Conservative, as conservatives have been called deplorables by the Clintons 1970s
"Pedro Navaja" Ruben Blades Emphasizes the importance of police force. Also, unlike liberals, takes an optimistic and Christ-centered look at life by seeing hardships as 'sopresas' (surprises). Also, the chorus sings (in English)

"I like to live in America".

"El Dia de Mi Suerte" Hector Lavoe The singer recounts his hardships in life, but announces his intention to work hard and continue trusting in God for a better life. 1970s
"Abuelita" Willie Colon and Hector Lavoe A homage to the sayings ('refranos') of Latin grandparents, that communicated conservative values. Also underlines the importance of listening to the older family members, and your parents. 1970s
"El Todopoderso" Hector Lavoe A Spanish hymn, to the Latin Jazz tune, praises the Son, Jesus Christ, the Almighty ("Todopoderso"), and his great and powerful victory on the Cross. Tells how Christ is the only one who can save us from a self-centered, liberal, view, and how our problems in life can only be solved by Him. Praises God for his perfection, conservatism, and honesty, in contrast to people's self-centeredness. 1970s
"El Watusi" Ray Barreto Celebrates pre-Castro Cuba (although written in the 1960s) by telling the story of "El Watusi". Bongaloo

Experimental/ambient/electronic, etc.

Title Artist ART.
Comments/lyric sample Year Subgenre
"The Disintegration Loops" William Basinski Dia Honors the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack on America. Basinski had taken cassette tapes he recorded in the 1980s and experimented with them, playing them on repeat until they burned out. Reportedly, he played the tapes from the rooftop of his apartment while watching the smoke emerging from the towers at sunset. 2001

Dark Ambient

"Why Are You Fearful" Desiderii Marginis Dia Lyrics paraphrase Matthew 18:6 "Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith?". 2007

Dark Ambient

All music by Kirchenkampf Kirchenkampf Dia Dark Ambient project with overt Christian and Biblical themes and subject matter. 1986-present

Dark Ambient/Tape Music/Drone

Debatable Whether Conservative

Included among the top five in a poll of the greatest songs in the 20th century, according to the Recording Industry Association of America and the NEA, are the following:

  1. "Over the Rainbow" (Judy Garland)
  2. "White Christmas" (Bing Crosby)
  3. "Respect" (Aretha Franklin)

Also questionable:

  1. "All My Friends (Snakehips)" - the song's message is how terrible clubs actually are, instead of the hype that's falsely given to them. However, the song is explicit. Sample lyric: "All my friends are wasted, and I hate this club and I drink too much; another Friday night I've wasted.."
  2. "Been to Hell" (Hollywood Undead)-Despite the large amount of swearing, it talks about the destructive nature of Hollywood, including how Hollywood and the quest for fame can cause someone to lose their faith. It also criticizes Hollywood values.
  3. "Black Hole Sun" (Soundgarden) - Can be interpreted as a lamentation of evil: "Times are gone for honest men, and sometimes far too long for snakes" "Heaven, send hell away; / No one sings like you anymore"
  4. "Born in the U.S.A." (Bruce Springsteen) - the title and refrain appear to be pro-America, but some of the lyrics are not, and also contain a racial slur toward Asians.
  5. "Glory Days" (Bruce Springsteen) - the song talks about the good old days of the American Dream
  6. "Grow a Pear" (Kesha) -Song's message is manning up, but the singer Kesha is a pro-LGBT homosexual agenda activist.
  7. "Hammer to Fall" (Queen) - talks about being hopeful for the Soviet Union falling
  8. "My Sweet Lord" (George Harrison) - Love for religion and having a relationship with God even uses hallelujah, though many Hindu undertones; Harrison also unconsciously plagiarized two other songs, the Chiffons' 1963 doo-wop song "He's So Fine" and the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1967 gospel song "Oh Happy Day", in writing his song.
  9. "Rocky Raccoon" (The Beatles) - has multiple references to Gideon's Bible
  10. "Still the One" by Orleans - a very good song about marital fidelity. However, one of the singers, John Hall, later became a Democratic Congressman from New York and sued Republican presidential candidate John McCain over the use of the song
  11. "Stranger in Moscow ." (Michael Jackson) - the song criticizes communism


  7. Country Music Television Pulls Jason Aldean’s ‘Try That In A Small Town’ Music Video Featuring BLM-Antifa Riot Footage Amid Leftist Outrage at the Gateway Pundit
  8. Jason Aldean: "In the past 24 hours I have been accused of releasing a pro-lynching song (a song that has been out since May) and was subject to the comparison that I (direct quote) was not too pleased with the nationwide BLM protests" at Twitter
  9. Rolling Stone's Slam of Jason Aldean Goes Sideways After Flashback to Its Support of Ice-T's 'Cop Killer' at the Western Journal
  10. 92 Squadron - Geoffrey Wellum, RAF website

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