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

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Companion O. C. Bosbyshell.
Tune.—"Annie Rooney."
With winning ways, and pleasant smile, Companions come together, while With merry jest the time beguile,
The grand old Loyal Legion. Ev'rv meeting, rain or shine, Finds us here by eight or nine, To greet the boys who toed the line,
The grand old Loyal Legion.
Chorus.—Bing! Bang!! Bing!!! Bang!!!! Sis, boom, a-h-h-h! Bing! Bang!! Bing!!! Bang!!!! Sis. boom, a-h-h-h! So the cannon used to roar, When we had the picnic in the days of yore.
The League is small, can't hold us well; We 're getting strong and very swell, But not too tony yet to yell,
The grand old Loyal Legion. The time will come when we '11 grow less, Let's meet that time with cheerfulness, And praise the joyful Legion mess, The grand old Loyal Legion. Chorus.—Bing! Bang!! etc.
Let's hope that Benson and his men, Will soon erect that handsome den, Where Legionites and all their ken,
The grand old Loyal Legion. Can find more room to circulate, And thus be sure to cultivate, More lasting and affectionate,
The grand old Loyal Legion.
Chorus.—Bing ! Bang!! etc.
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