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168            SOATGS OF WAR AND PEACE
And yet more gracefully shall wave, its bars of
red and white, An emblem and a talisman of perfect human
right.
BLUE AND GRAY ARE ONE.
Hurrah for the north! Hurrah for the south!
Hurrah for the east and the west! The nation is one, undivided and free,
And all of its sons are the best. Together the men of the whole blessed land Are firmly united in one mighty band, And they that were once the Blue and the Gray Are gathered beneath dear Old Glory today,
With men of both sides in command.
Then march, boys, march; we'll set fair Cuba free!
March, boys, march; with Miles and Fitzhugh Lee.
Forward, all the line! and be your song's re­frain :
" America for freemen," and, " The flag with­out a stain!"
Hurrah for the blue! Hurrah for the gray! Hurrah for the sons of them all!






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