The performance of "God Bless America" by Master Sergeant Jennifer Sherman during Game 7 of the World Series left many fans puzzled.
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Sherman's rendition on the classic American song, coming just days after singer Aaron Lewis botched the national anthem during Game 6, was heavily skewered on Twitter.
Not sure what that was, but it wasn't God Bless America. My goodness...— Erik Boland (@eboland11) October 30, 2014
Maybe they should have had the Chevy guy sing God Bless America.— Awful Announcing (@awfulannouncing) October 30, 2014
If you're going to ask people to sing along with God Bless America it's probably best to stick with the basic melody.— Erin Faulk (@erinscafe) October 30, 2014
IDEA: God Bless America but to the God Bless America melody— DodgerzSeniorAdvisor (@DodgerzGM) October 30, 2014
Was studying and watching the #SFGiants I dozed and the #godblessamerica song literally woke me up!! My subconscious self did not approve— يسوعCSA (@ShekiinahAlston) October 30, 2014
Can't decide what was more painful, tonight's rendition of God Bless America or that MVP trophy presentation. Brutal, just embarrassing.— Eric Miller (@PackisbackEric) October 30, 2014
I'm thankful for her service, but her performance of God Bless America was a mess. She switched keys 4 times in one verse #WorldSeriesGame7— GoBrown (@GoBrown75) October 30, 2014
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