With everyone talking about Steven Tyler killing the National Anthem at this past weekend's Patriots football game, we thought we'd focus on the better renditions of The Star Spangled Banner.

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    Cactus Cuties

    Cowboy's Stadium

    These girls are 8 to 13 years old and give a few pros a run for their money. They may not be singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl but their harmonies could have them there soon. Eat your heart out Steven Tyler. Getting show up by a bunch of kids.

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    Carrie Underwood

    Super Bowl XLIV

    Carrie Underwood is one American Idol who did remember the words to the song during her stunning rendition at the Super Bowl in 2010. She should have given Steven Tyler a few pointers before they get together for their CMT Crossroads set to air the day before the Super Bowl.

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    Faith Hill

    Super Bowl XXIV

    Faith Hill has been singing the Sunday Night Football theme for years. She also kicked off Super Bowl in 2000 with a beautiful version of the National Anthem

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    Ronnie Dunn

    2011 World Series Game 3

    Ronnie Dunn may not have opened a football game with the National Anthem, but he wowed the crowd at last year's World Series. What a voice

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    Martina McBride

    2009 AFC Championship Game

    Martina McBride has sang the National Anthem a number of times, but never at a Super Bowl. She did blow everyone away at the 2009 AFC Game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Maybe they'll consider her in the future.

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    Dixie Chicks

    Super Bowl XXXVII

    Ironically the Dixie Chicks killed The Star Spangled Banner with their harmonies at the 2003 Super Bowl. And just months later were apologizing on a London stage for their comments about former President George W Bush. The rest, as they say, is history. Those girls should have stuck to singing.

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    Whitney Houston

    Super Bowl XXV

    Whitney Houston gave one of the best performances of the National Anthem in history for the 1991 Super Bowl. Speaking of someone who should have stuck to singing. Where is Whitney now?

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