The ISIHAC
National Anthems Page

Last Updated
30 Jan 2003

On the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, one of the rounds includes suggestions for songs that could be adopted by Countries as their new National Anthem. Here are some of the teams' suggestions, along with some of my suggestions. If you have any ideas you would like included, please e-mail me here, and I will add the best ones (with full credit to you of course)

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France - Let's Drop The Big One Now, sung by Randy Crawford Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Indonesia - It's Jakarta & I'll Cry If I Want To Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Chile, Chile, Bang, Bang Hackney
11 Nov 1995
The old Monkees number, Now I'm A Bolivian Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Chim-Chimeny, Chim-Chimeny, Chim-Chim Peru Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Wales - Take That Leek Off Your Face Hackney
11 Nov 1995
I Did It Norway Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Baubles, Bangla & Desh Hackney
11 Nov 1995
For the Swedes, almost anything by The Wurzels Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Sudan, You're Rocking The Boat Hackney
11 Nov 1995
The Fog On The Dead Sea's All Mine, All Mine, sung by Gaza Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Anything by Dave Dee, Dozy, Mozambiquee, Mick & Titch Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Singing In Bahrain Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Happy Turkey, Turkey, Happy Turk, sung by Paul Ankara Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Yes, We Have No Botswanas Hackney
11 Nov 1995
Bar-bar-bar-bar-bar-bados Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Taiwan Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
You Say Tobago, and I Say Tobago Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
It's that Pinochet moment - Chile, Chile, Band, Band Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Dr Finlands Casebook Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
If You New Zealand Like I Know Zealand Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Turkey, Turkey, Cheap, Cheap Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Never Mind The Balearics Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
For Australia & New Zealand - Antipodee-doo-dah Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Crash, Bangladesh, Wallop, What a Picture Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Papua Back Writer Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
Faroese a Jolly Good Fellow Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
I'm Henry the 8th, Siam, Siam Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
One Man Went to Mow, Went to Mozambique Glasgow
30 Nov 1998
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