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Songs About West Virginia, The Mountain State


The state song is "West Virginia Hills" by Mrs. Ellen King and H.E. Engle. West Virginia used to be part of Virginia until the Civil War when Virginia seceded while the western half of the state stayed with the Union, becoming its own state. The whole state is covered with mountains and forests, which is a theme that shapes many songs about the state. Other themes that define West Virginia include logging, coal mining, skiing, caves and limestone caverns.

Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver
West Virginia Fantasies by Chicago
West Virginia Man by David Allen Coe
I Wanna Go Back To West Virginia by Spike Jones
WVU Fight Song by West Virginia University Mountaineer Marching Band
WVU Alma Mater by West Virginia University Mountaineer Marching Band
West Virginia Mine Disaster by Jean Ritchie
Hail West Virginia by West Virginia Mountaineers
West Virginia by Big Wreck
West Virginia Mining Disaster/Which Side Are You On? by John McCutcheon
The Green Rolling Hills of West Virginia by Hazel Dickens
Salt Pork, West Virginia by Louis Jordan
West Virginia's Last Hand Loader by Blue Highway
West Virginia, My Home by Hazel Dickens
Stone Coal West Virginia by New Grange
West Virginia Underground by Taylor Made
Nowhere West Virginia by Steel String Session
West Virginia in My Rearview by No One You Know
West Virginia by John Linnell
West Virginia Waltz by The String Dusters
Ship of Gold (West Virginia) by Clutch
Byrd in West Virginia by I See Hawks in L.A.
West Virginia My Home by Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X=press
West Virginia by Dave Evans
She Came From West Virginia by Midnight Choir
West Virginia Serenade by Johnny & The Bootleggers
West Virginia by Frank Adkins
Wild West Virginia by K. McCarty
West Virginia Song by Dan Walters
West Virginia Boys by Sarah McQuaid









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