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This article is about the state song of Colorado. For information on where the flower grows, see aquilegia. "Where the Columbines Grow" is one of the two official state songs of Colorado. It was written ...

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Forty-nine of the fifty U.S. states that make up the United States of America have one or more state songs, which are selected by each state legislature, and/or state governor, as a symbol (or emblem) of that particular U.S. state. New Jersey has no official state song, while Virginia's previous state song, ..... "Colorado State Song Rocky Mountain High composed by John Denver".

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Colorado adopted Where the Columbines Grow by A.J. Fynn as Colorado's first official state song in 1915; a second state song was adopted in 2007; song lyrics.

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Apr 11, 2017 ... The state song of Colorado|information on where he early to mid-2000s, there was debate over replacing "Where the Columbines Grow" with ...
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Feb 9, 2017 ... Watch all “USA, States & Territories Flags & Anthems/Songs” including the complete version of “The Star Spangled Banner” at ...
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May 25, 2013 ... Where the Columbines Grow / A.J. Fynn (1915)

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The Colorado State Song. Where the Columbines Grow words and music by A.J. Fynn. Verse 1 Where the snowy peaks gleam in the moonlight, Above the dark ...

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State Songs. "Where the Columbines Grow" by A.J. Fynn, 1915. Where the Columbines Grow" was adopted as the official state song on May 8, 1915, by an act of ...

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May 25, 2016 ... Adopted in 1915, A.J. Fynn's song is little known today. Constitutional law scholar Rob Natelson wants to change that.