Over There


"Over There" by George M. Cohan is performed in the key of C major. Composed in 1917 during World War I, the song served as a rallying anthem for American soldiers. Cohan, a prominent American composer, lyricist, and performer, wrote the song to boost morale and patriotism during the war effort. Its catchy melody and uplifting lyrics motivated troops and became an enduring symbol of American resolve. "Over There" was one of the most popular songs of its time and remains an iconic piece of American music history, showcasing Cohan's talent for crafting memorable tunes with patriotic themes.