Song-book Of The Commandery Of The State Of Pennsylvania - online

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Key of B flat. There was a Duke of York, And he had a thousand men; He marched them up the hill, And he marched them down again; And when they were up, they were up, up, up! And when they were down, they were down;
And when they were half way up-----p !
They were neither up nor down.
Key of A.
March from "Lohengrin."
Flag of the free, fairest to see !
Borne thro' the strife and the thunder of war;
Banner so bright with starry light,
Float ever proudly from mountain to shore. Emblem of freedom, hope to the slave, Spread thy fair folds but to shield and to save,
While thro' the sky loud rings the cry, "Union and Liberty! one evermore!"
Flag of the brave, long may it wave. Chosen of God while his might we adore, In Liberty's van for manhood to man, Smybol of Right thro' the years passing o'er. Pride of our country, honored afar, Scatter each cloud that would darken a star, While thro' the sky loud rings the cry, "Union and Liberty ! one evermore !"
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