God Save the Queen

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"God Save the Queen" (alternatively "God Save the King" during the reign of a male sovereign) is an anthem used in a number of Commonwealth realms, their territories, and the British Crown Dependencies. The words and title are adapted to the gender of the current monarch, i.e. replacing "Queen" with "King", "she" with "he", and so forth, when a king reigns. The author of the tune is unknown, and it may originate in plainchant, but a 1619 attribution to John Bull is sometimes made.
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God Save the King, British National Anthem, English National Anthem, National Anthem of England, National Anthem of Great Britain, National Anthem of the United Kingdom, anthem:gb, ang:God Nerie þā Cwēne, ar:فليحفظ الله الملكة, bn:গড সেইভ দ্য কুইন, be:Гімн Вялікабрытаніі, bg:Химн на Великобритания, cs:Hymna Spojeného království, fa:خدا ملکه را نگاه بدارد, ko:영국의 국가, he:המנון הממלכה המאוחדת, lv:Apvienotās Karalistes himna, lt:Jungtinės Karalystės himnas, hu:Az Egyesült Királyság himnusza, mk:Боже, чувај ја кралицата, ja:女王陛下万歳, pl:Hymn Wielkiej Brytanii, ru:Гимн Великобритании, sr:Химна Уједињеног Краљевства, tl:Diyos Iligtas Mo ang Reyna, ta:பிரித்தானிய நாட்டுப்பண், th:ก็อดเซฟเดอะควีน, tr:Birleşik Krallık Ulusal Marşı, uk:Боже, бережи королеву, zh-yue:天佑吾王, zh:天佑吾王