Saint Vincent, Land So beautiful

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Saint Vincent, Land So Beautiful

National anthem of  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
LyricsPhyllis Joyce McClean Punnett, 1967
MusicJoel Bertram Miguel, 1967
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"Saint Vincent, Land So beautiful" (instrumental)

Saint Vincent, Land So Beautiful is the national anthem of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.[1]


The song was first performed in 1967,[2] and was adopted as the national anthem upon independence in 1979. The lyrics were written by Phyllis Joyce McClean Punnett and the music by Joel Bertram Miguel.[1]


1 Saint Vincent, Land so beautiful,
With joyful hearts we pledge to thee
Our loyalty and love and vow
To keep you ever free.

What e'er the future brings,
Our faith will see us through.
May peace reign from shore to shore,
And God bless and keep us true.

2 Hairoun, Our fair and blessed Isle,
Your mountains high, so clear and green,
Are home to me, though I may stray,
A haven, calm, serene.

3 Our little sister islands are
Those gems, the lovely Grenadines,
Upon their seas and golden sands
The sunshine ever beams.


  1. ^ a b, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines official website
  2. ^ "Independence in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines". Caribbean Elections. 2013.

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