American Old Time Song Lyrics: 60 Brave Dewey And His Men

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BRAVE DEWEY AND HIS MEN.
Copyright, 1898, by Dixie Music Co., N Y.

A squadron lay at break of day with enemy in view,
Each boat and tar had sailed afar a glorious deed to do.
American each ship and man, fought that eventful fray!
Twas Dewey's fleet the foe did meet down at Manila Bay.

Chorus.
Then raise a cheer all earth can hear, and three times three again.
The noblest tars who sail the sea, brave Dewey and his men:
Then raise a cheer, all earth can hear, and three times three again.
The noblest tars who sail the sea, brave Dewey and his men:

A gallant dash, a roar, a crash, our guns spoke faultlessly,
And Dewey brave quick orders gave, which made new history.
At cannon's mouth our tars did shout. "Avenge the Maine to-day!"
All Spain now weeps, four hundred sleeps down at Manila Bay.-Cho.

The Castile flag, that yellow rag. has dipped to rise no more.
The stripes and stars, and our loved tars, are masters on the shore.
Those heroes grand throughout the land are idolized to-day:
Our foes are slain, no more of Spain down at Manila Bay.-Cho.
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