British patriotic song sung to the tune of Pomp and Circumstance, March no. 1, by Edward Elgar. The lyrics follow:

Land of hope and glory,
Mother of the free,
How can we extol thee,
Who are born of thee?
Wider still and wider
May thy bounds be set,
God, who made thee mighty,
Make thee mightier yet.

A C Benson

To be sung standing at attention while safe in the knowledge that, in spite of what some people may say, Britain still is and always has been great. One of my fondest memories is of singing this on the fiftieth anniversary of VE Day in full uniform.

Mind you, belting out the words doesn't half tend to spoil a good rendition of Pomp and Circumstance, which is beautiful without lyrics. It depends on what one intends to hear when one starts, I suppose.

Thanks to Tiefling for corrections.