We're already almost halfway through August, but we finally have the Song of Summer 2010! This heartfelt anthem—sure to surpass the Macarena and Fergie's "Big Girls Don't Cry" in mass appeal—is entitled "We've Got To Stop The Mosque At Ground Zero." Written by Grammy Award-winning producer Trade Martin, it begins with the stirring lyrics, "We’ve got Freedom Of Religion, I understand
 / But Ground Zero is one location,
 where a mosque shouldn’t stand!" Never mind that the "mosque" (it's really an Islamic center with a prayer room inside) won't stand at Ground Zero (it will be two blocks away)—this is Freedom Rock, so turn it up, man:

That slapping sound effect during the "It's a slap in the face" line at 2:24 is an inspired touch, eh? Though the song sounds just a little bit country, Martin was born in Union City, Jersey and has been around NYC his whole life, so he's got that going for him. But for those who can't listen along at work, or who don't care to pour flag waving pop pabulum into their ears first thing in the morning, we've pasted the lyrics below:

We’ve got Freedom Of Religion, I understand

But Ground Zero is one location,

where a mosque shouldn’t stand!!!

(Chorus)

We’ve got to stop the mosque at Ground Zero

From thumin’ its nose at every victim and hero

Thousands of Americans died in the attack
It’s a sacred place, and that’s a cold hard fact

There’s a painful memory in our minds

Our hearts keep breaking when we envision that tragic time.

(Chorus)

God help us retain the honor and trust

For all the families... who have suffered so damn much

(Chorus)

Many Innocent Americans were killed

If we let them build it, can’t you see

They’ll turn 9/11 to a mockery