"Yankee Rose" is a hard rock song recorded by David Lee Roth. It was written by Roth and Steve Vai and was Roth's first single on his 1986 first full-length album Eat 'Em and Smile. It was recorded as a tribute to the Statue Of Liberty in New York City, as the statue was completing a major renovation for the 100th anniversary of its dedication in 1886.
The song was Roth's third Top-40 hit, the first two being covers of "California Girls" and "Just A Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody". It also appears as a radio tune on the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on the rock station V-Rock. A cover of the song is the title song for the video game Rumble Roses and Rumble Roses XX performed by Teresa James.
"Yankee Rose" was also the name of a 1920s song written by Sidney Holden and Abe Frankl, and published in 1926 by Irving Berlin, Inc.