The National Day songs
bear a special place in the hearts of every Singaporean. Numerous community songs were composed under the Sing Singapore Festival
. The national day songs struck a chord among the people of the nation and are collectively known as the Sing Singapore Medley. The Singapore National Day Songs
are sung after the end of the fireworks display. Our site focussingapore offers detailed information about Singapore National Day Songs. The songs included in the Sing Singapore Medley are "Stand Up For Singapore" (1984), "Count on Me Singapore" (1986), "We Are Singapore" (1987), "One People, One Nation, One Singapore" (1990) and the "Home" (1998).
The other National Day songs are featured during the other sections of the event. The tunes even accompany mass displays and are sung during the time of arrival of special guests or ministers of Parliament.
The themed NDP songs
were introduced in the year 1998 and were widely accepted by the Singaporeans. Composed by Dick Lee "Home" is a widely received piece and evokes the love and emtion attached with the nation. The National Day Parade
theme songs are available in both English and Mandarin languages. The songs are shown on the national television for the cause of promotion and are also played on the local airwaves. Some of the popular national day theme songs
are "Home"by Kit Chan, "Where I Belong" by Tanya Chua, "We Will Get There" and "One United People" by Stefanie Sun, "Reach Out For The Skies" by Taufik Batisah and Rui En and "My Island Home" by Kaira Gong.
The data provided here is based on the facts and research using available sources. As the data is made available on "as is" basis and subject to change anytime. This website shall not be liable for any discrepancy found in the data on our site and actual figures.