"Louisville Will Be Free" was the name of a popular war song in the Confederate States. It was penned some time after the conclusion of the Second Mexican War, and told of the heroic struggle of the Siege of Louisville. It was sung very often after the end of the Great War by many Confederates during the interbellum who were unhappy with the terms of the peace treaty that made Kentucky part of the USA. It also held special meaning as Kentucky was no longer a part of the CSA.

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