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*''Carmina Universitatis Novi Brunsvici''. Fredericton, NB: Literary and Debating Society of the University of New Brunswick, 1912.
 
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Revision as of 14:07, 13 June 2014

Lyrics:

Where oh where is C2 Davy, Where oh where is C2 Davy, Where oh where is C2 Davy, Way down below. He went down on a parallelepiped, He went down on a parallelepiped, He went down on a parallelepiped, Way down below.

Where oh where is classic Tingibus, (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a periphrastic, (Ter) Way down below.

Where oh where is chubby Tubby, (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a syllogism, (Ter) Way down below.

Where oh where is dinky Coxy, (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a epiglottis, Way down below.

Where oh where is syllabus McGinnis, Way down below. He went down on a Coulomb Theory, (Theory) Way down below.

Where oh where is Blinky Stevens, (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a cigarette, (Ter) Way down below.

Where oh where is Tiny Day, (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a Chaucer's Prologue, (Ter) Way down below.

Where oh where is bucky Stiles, (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a "Go to the boarder Sir." (Ter) Way down below.

Where oh where is Axel Uppvall (Ter) Way down below. He went down on a Fraser and Squair (Ter) Way down below.

Where oh where is merry Hamlet, (Ter) Way up above. He went up on a gas explosion, (Ter) Way up above.

Where oh where is tree-top Miller. (Ter) Way up above. He went up on a wood-pecker's feather, (Ter) Way up above.

By and by we'll go up to meet them. (Ter) Way up above. We'll go up on our reputation. (Ter) Way up above.

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  • Carmina Universitatis Novi Brunsvici. Fredericton, NB: Literary and Debating Society of the University of New Brunswick, 1912.


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