The sudden but peaceful death of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday produced a butterfly effect on various aspects of British society.

As plans for changes to the United Kingdom’s money and stamps are drawn up, one of the biggest changes will be the country’s national anthem.

The song synonymous with “God Save The Queen” is best known for being performed and sung patriotically before events such as sporting events.

Following the death of the longest-reigning monarch in British history, the Queen’s first son and heir to the throne Prince Charles has since been named king.

King Charles III greets well-wishers on arrival at Buckingham Palace from Balmoral. Photo: Getty

At the same time, His Majesty’s wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall, was given the title of Queen Consort – which forced a major change in the much-loved British national anthem.

The retellings could be heard as crowds of people greeted King Charles III when he returned to Buckingham Palace on Friday.

Scenes of mourners singing the song were also seen outside the palace on Thursday evening.

Here’s everything you need to know about Britain’s new national anthem, including the full lyrics.

What are the lyrics to God Save The King?

For the first time in 70 years, when the country was ruled by King George VI, the head of state of Great Britain was once again a king.

This led to a change in the name of the country’s national anthem, which is now called “God Save the King”.

Here is the full text of the UK’s new national anthem ‘God Save the King’:

God save our gracious king,

Long live our noble king,

God, save the king!

send him victory

happy and glorious

Long reign over us,

God, save the king!

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