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Usually only the first and the last two verses are sung.

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All our mothers sought with weeping And our sires in fight, God has fashioned in His keeping Till we gained our right.

And, as warrior sires have made her Wealth and fame increase, At the call we too will aid her Armed to guard her peace.

The lyrics were written by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson between 18, and the melody was written by his cousin Rikard Nordraak in 1864.

It was first performed publicly on in connection with the 50th anniversary of the constitution.

Yes, we love with fond devotion This our land that looms Rugged, storm-scarred o'er the ocean With her thousand homes.

Love her, in our love recalling Those who gave us birth.

It has so far not been possible to identify the person responsible or to ascertain when it was translated.

But the following versions of stanzas 1, 7, and 8 are well known and often sung by descendants of Norwegian immigrants to the United States.

Written Norwegian (bokmål) has since then been altered in a series of orthographic reforms intended to distinguish it from Danish and bring it closer to spoken Norwegian.

The text below is a modernised version commonly used today, not identical to Bjørnson's original.

In 1905 the Union between Sweden and Norway was dissolved after many years of Norwegian struggle for equality between the two states, as stipulated in the 1815 Act of Union.

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