Grenadian National Anthem Lyrics

“Hail Grenada” is the national anthem of Grenada and the Grenadian national anthem lyrics were written by Irva Merle Baptiste and the music to the Grenadian national anthem was composed by Louis Arnold Masanto.

The National Anthem Lyrics for Grenada

“Hail Grenada” was officially adopted as the national anthem of Grenada in the year of 1974.


Grenadian National Anthem Lyrics in English

Hail! Grenada, land of ours,
We pledge ourselves to thee,
Heads, hearts and hands in unity
To reach our destiny.
Ever conscious of God,
Being proud of our heritage,
May we with faith and courage
Aspire, build, advance
As one people, one family.
God bless our nation.

Grenadian National Anthem Lyrics

When is Grenadian National Anthem Played or Sung?

National anthem of Grenada is usually played or performed during national holidays, especially on the independence day celebrations in Grenada. It is also carried out during cultural and other festivals in Grenada, typically marking off the start or the end of such festivals.

National anthem of Grenada is also often performed in global sporting events, such as the Olympic Games as well school sport events.


What is the importance of Grenadian National Anthem in Grenada?

The national anthem of Grenada, like other nationwide symbols of Grenada, represents the custom, history, and faiths of Grenada and its folks. For this reason, it helps stimulate feelings of patriotism among the Grenadian people and reminds them of their Grenada’s splendor, charm, and rich heritage.

It also helps unite the people of Grenada by one single track or music. During the performance of the Grenadian national anthem, residents of Grenada, regardless of their ethnic differences, rise up in unison and listen diligently or sing the song with great excitement.

Sports males and females from Grenada also feel a great moment of pride when they receive a medal at a global sporting event while Grenada’s national anthem is played in the background. It gives them a sensation of having actually made their country proud. Students who listen to the national anthem of Grenada in schools are taught to appreciate their country and establish a feeling of unity amongst themselves.