Songs Of The Soldiers And Sailors U.S.

Official U.S. Forces Songbook circa 1917

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March, march, march, march!
March, comrades, march along, March, march, march, march,
March, a hundred million strong! One in vision, one in will, We shall carry Zion's hill, God is in His heaven still: March, march, march! Forward, comrades, March, march, forever, Up with the break of day, Out on the trackless way, V. Ours the heart to dare and do, Ours the Promised Land to view, Ours to build the world anew:
March, comrades, march!
fCopyright, 1916. by G. Scbirmer.)
We're needed now in Europe, and we plan a little trip. We do not dare to give the date or mention name of
ship. We'll take a loaf of bread with us for rations while
we're gone, And Hoover will be pleased with us, because it's made
of corn. So we must go away, We're off for France to-day.
We're off for France to take a chance for the U. S. A. We're going to take a little chance, We're going to France! We're going to try a little run, To get our duty done, To have a little fun. We mean to clear it up, an' cheer it up, and then
come home.

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