NPR — has an audio file as well as a transcript of the audio:
explains the “macaroni” bit
Celebrate Boston — one version of the lyrics
USA Flag Site
another version of the lyrics
Free Kid’s Music
audio of someone singing our traditional first verse.
Library of Congress
more versions — talks a bit about how songs were used as “… instruments of satire and mockery.”
note that what we consider the “first verse” isn’t even included! (American version, perhaps?)
Journal of the American Revolution
references possibly the original author?!?!?!
also more versions
History – Because It’s Here (somebody’s weebly site)
lots of conjecture, seems to have some research behind it?
also references verses from Civil War and Spansih American War
short blurbs discussing one or two lines each
the Epoch Times
“Yankee was taken from the first European settlers of New York, the Dutch. Their words for John (Yan)—which they thought too many British named their sons, and stinky cheese (kee)—which they felt the British ate too much of, are what formed the word Yankee.”
also several versions
Traditional Music (a British site)
finally includes our “first verse” as the last!
also similar versions to most others