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The National Music of A merica. 255
CHORUS.
" Glory Hally, Hallelujah ! &c. As they march along !
" Now, three rousing cheers for the Union ! Now, &c. Now, &c.
As we are marching on !
CHORUS.
" Glory Hally, Hallelujah ! Glory Hally, Hallelujah ! Glory, Hally, Hallelujah !
Hip, Hip, Hip, Hip, Hurrah!
" Published at No. 256 Main Street, Charlestown, Mass."
The services of the " Tigers " were not accepted, as an independent battalion, by the government, and many of the men thereupon enlisted in Col. Fletcher Webster's Twelfth Massachusetts Regiment. It was this regi­ment that bore the song to popularity. Two definite statements from eye-witnesses, in two different cities, will prove this. The present writer has spoken with many people who first heard the tune, and in a manner
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