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262 THE GALLANT TENTH.
Our bold commander, Colonel Lum, Who has bravely faced our foes,
Is now resolved to strike again, — Strike heavy, stalwart blows.
Our gallant little company
Of Union men alone, Are bound to stand up by the flag,
As long as there is one. So come on, our true Captain !
Lead to the charge along; And see what your brave men can do
With that rebellious gang.
Though years may roll their onward course,
Our hands shall ne'er be stayed, Till Freedom's land is free from strife,
And in sweet peace arrayed. And now, farewell to home and friends,
And if we ne'er return, 'T will be because the gallant Tenth
All death and danger spurn.