HOME ON THE RANGE

HOME ON THE RANGE

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HOME ON THE RANGE

A true classic western folk song, often called the "unofficial anthem" of the American West. In 1947, it became the state song of Kansas! Bing Crosby's 1933 rendition, the most popular version to date, is described as transforming "a nostalgic lament into an ode to pioneering, a dream of shared history, a vaguely religious affirmation of fortitude in the face of peril."

The lyrics were originally written in 1808 by Dr. Brewster M. Higley of Smith County, Kansas in a poem entitled "My Western Home." In 2010, members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. BOOM!

Die-cut from durable, high-quality film ready to transfer onto your car, laptop, tablet, and just about anywhere you think needs some MIDWEST love! Display this sticker loud and proud and show your support for KC!

Check out our matching, super-soft triblend tee in the APPAREL section!

Size: 4" x 2.71"

Apologies for the watermark. We unfortunately have been forced to protect our artwork due to the negligence of others. Thank you for understanding!

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