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What better a place for an impromptu performance than right in the heart of the nation’s capital?

After being encouraged to sing by her friend, Genleah Swain beautifully sang “The Star Spangled Banner” at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

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Before she knew it, a crowd had stopped to gather around her to listen. After the performance, people came up to her to give her high-fives or commend her on her talents.

What a beautiful tribute to her patriotism!


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