School Song Knapsack; A Collection of Songs for Common Schools

School Song Knapsack; A Collection of Songs for Common Schools

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...years are past. Its harvest reaps at last.--D. C. With songs the farmers guide the wain, With song and cheer they store the grain; Be ours, with joy, whate'er betide, Life's harvest home to bide.--Cho. BEFORE RECESS. (Golden Robin, page 181. Tune "Co-ca-che-lunk." College Songs, page 48.) 3 Flat. When the school was just beginning, We were fresh and bright and gay; And we all went in for winning, Though we studied the livelong day, Chorus--Ching-er-y, ri-ko, ri-ko, day. E-kel, te-kel, happy man, Ku-an-o-desk-o-kanty-o, Gal-lop-y, wal-lop-y China go. Marching up the hill of science, We renew each day our strength, And we climb with cheery defiance, Till we pass all rocks at length.--Che And 'tis well in climbing mountains, When the table lands are won, There to rest by murmuring fountains, Ere we travel our journey on.--Cho. First our toil and then our pleasure. That's the scholar's golden rule; Hours of work, then seasons of leisure, Make the happiest time at school.--Chtt, COME, CLASSMATES. Air "Benny Havens O," or "Wearing of the Green. (Carmina Collegensia, p. 16; College Songs, page 46.) 4 Sharpt. Come, classmates let our hearts be glad, Loud let our voices ring, In an anthem let our joys be clad, As a greeting gay we sing. A few more years of school-day life, And then we all must part, To mingle in the busy strife, That crowds the wide world's mart, That crowds the wide world's mart, That crowds the wide world's mart, To mingle in the busy strife, That crowds the wide world's mart. We go to taste the joys of life, Like bubbles on its tide, Now glittering in the sunshine, Now dancing in its pride. But bubble-like they break and b. And leave us sad, you know, There's naught so sweet as memory of The days of...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236866207
  • 9781236866202