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25
Am.—" Braes o' Balquit/ier."
Let us sing, brothers, sing,
With our flag waving o'er us, Make the glad echoes ring,
For there's glory before us. On the mountains afar
We behold its bright beaming, It gleams like a star;
We're awake, we're not dreaming.
Let us singj &c.
A chieftain we own,
Nobly worthy our rally ; Wise and brave he is known,
On hill, stream, lake and valley. We know of-our land,
Every mountain and river, And he means all free land,
Shall be free land forever.
Let us sing, &c.
In a Rocky Mountain hut,
Was our chief when we found him; In a palace we'll set him
With his dear ones around him. For his name lights the land,
Lights the hill, lake and river, Like a mount let it stand,
Glory gilded forever.
Let us sing, &c,
For the hero three cheers,
Loud as storm's loudest rattle> For his Jessie, three more,
Then on to the battle. We shall never be beat,
To contend we'll cease never— For our cry is Free Land
Shall be Free Land forever.
Let us sing, &c.
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