NFL fans are often in need of some great song choices, but who has the best football songs?

NFL teams are always looking to get some great music on the air, and there are some great songs that aren’t in their repertoire, such as “Happy Birthday,” which has a huge following among fans.

Here’s a list of the best NFL songs that have been played on the field, and a look at the best billboards songs in NFL history.

[1] “The Anthem” (1999) – The song that kicked off the national anthem movement.

“The song that started it all” — The song with the biggest following in the country.

The song was played for the first time on the first game in New York on Oct. 28, 1999.

It was played again for the last time in Cleveland on Dec. 2, 2001.

“Happy” (2015) – This song has become a staple in the national conversation about police brutality and police brutality.

In 2016, “The White House” and “The State of the Union” were played.

“Tennis” (1997) – In an interview with ABC News, Michael Jordan described this song as “the anthem.”

“The anthem” was played on Sept. 11, 2001, the day of the terrorist attacks.

“I’m from Chicago” (1958) – “I love ‘I Love You, Daddy,’ ‘When the Music’s Over,’ ‘I’ll Always Love You’ and ‘I’m a Believer.'”

This is the first song played on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

“I’ll Never Forget You” (1967) – Played for the second time on NBC’s “The Tonight Show.”

This was the last song played before the Beatles left the band in 1972.

“American Girl” (1995) – A popular song that is now played in almost every college campus in the United States.

“You’re the Best” (1996) – It is the only song on this list to have been recorded by a female singer.

“We Are the World” (1988) – Written by Jimi Hendrix and recorded in the early ’70s.

“Walk on Water” (1989) – Recorded in 1974, and released in 1977.

“One Day” (1984) – Also known as “I Don’t Care,” this song was recorded by James Brown and Bruce Springsteen and first performed in 1977 at a concert at Madison Square Garden.

“Don’t Let Me Down” (1973) – Based on the lyrics of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” “I Believe” and the lyrics from the film “The Wizard of Oz,” this was recorded and released on Oct., 28, 1967.

“A Day in the Life” (1985) – Originally released as a single on the Warner Brothers video cassette on June 26, 1985.

“America” (1975) – Known as “America the Beautiful,” this track was released on June 4, 1975.

“Hey Jude” (2003) – One of the most popular and influential songs of all time.

The first single from “I Heart Huckabees” was released in November 2004.

“Just Like a Woman” (1969) – Not much known about this song.

“My Country” (1978) – No known connection to the song.

It is likely the most iconic song in history.

“She Loves Me” (1979) – Another popular song, this song has not been performed live.

“Lift Me Up” (1994) – Song that was originally written for the TV show “The Librarians” but was never released.

“Rocky Mountain High” (1965) – First played live in the U.S. on Oct, 14, 1965.

“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” (1970) – Inspired by the 1965 Rolling Stones song, “My Sweet Lord,” this single was originally released on Sept., 5, 1970.

“Take a Bow” (1972) – Singer and songwriter Bob Dylan told Rolling Stone magazine that “It has to be ‘Lose Yourself’ and this song.”

“Donna Summer” (1976) – Co-written by Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder, this was released by RCA on Sept, 7, 1976.

“This Is How We Do It” (1986) – An anthem from the band The Beatles.

The anthem was played live on the “Saturday Night Live” in May 1986, when it became the No. 1 hit in the nation.

“Like a Prayer” (1990) – With its cover art featuring the phrase “Like God, I’m Dying of Love,” this anthem is considered to be one of the greatest ballads of all-time.

“Love Sick” (1992) – Cover art by David Bowie, this is the most famous song of all, and is widely considered to have inspired rock legends such as Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young.

“Baba O’Riley” (1993