Donald Trump's rally in Pensacola, Fla. on Wednesday opened with a song and dance routine from a trio of patriotic performers.
Hailing from Naples-based all-girl group "USA Freedom Kids," the three girls took the stage in American flag dresses in support of the Republican presidential candidate.
The trio performed the national anthem as well as an original song containing odes to freedom as well as a reference to Trump's campaign slogan, "Make America great again."
The group's manager James Popick told the Naples Daily News that line referring to "President Donald Trump" was added in later, as the song was originally written as a tribute to World War II US Army officer General George Patton.
"I knew I had to change the lyrics," Popick said. "It's obviously resonating with Donald Trump and America."
Video of the performance became a viral sensation and the song has since been made available for purchase on iTunes, as part of a 12 song album the group had been recording.
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