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The hillside campus Douglas chose,
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The hillside campus Douglas chose, Where Carman once was heard, Will hear our voices join with those, Who magnified the Word. We too are nourished in thy breast, As those who marched to fame, We share the faith of all the rest, Who gloried in thy name (Who praised thy honoured name?)
Where Carman once was heard,
 
Will hear our voices join with those,
 
Who magnified the Word.
 
We too are nourished in thy breast,
 
As those who marched to fame,
 
We share the faith of all the rest,
 
Who gloried in thy name (Who praised thy honoured name?)
 
  
Above the elm encrested town,
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Above the elm encrested town, As thou dost stand today, Go forth each year in cap and gown, Thy youth upon their way. When leaves spread gold up on the the hill, Though friends be east and west, We'll all in spirit have thee still, To guide our endless quest.
As thou dost stand today,
 
Go forth each year in cap and gown,
 
Thy youth upon their way.
 
When leaves spread gold up on the the hill,
 
Though friends be east and west,
 
We'll all in spirit have thee still,
 
To guide our endless quest.
 
  
 
'''Written by:''' Dr. Alfred G. Bailey
 
'''Written by:''' Dr. Alfred G. Bailey
  
 
'''Source(s):'''
 
'''Source(s):'''
* UA Case 128; Section 2; File 5''.''
 
 
  
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*UA Case 128; Section 2; File 5''.''
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Revision as of 09:14, 27 May 2014

Lyrics:

The hillside campus Douglas chose, Where Carman once was heard, Will hear our voices join with those, Who magnified the Word. We too are nourished in thy breast, As those who marched to fame, We share the faith of all the rest, Who gloried in thy name (Who praised thy honoured name?)

Above the elm encrested town, As thou dost stand today, Go forth each year in cap and gown, Thy youth upon their way. When leaves spread gold up on the the hill, Though friends be east and west, We'll all in spirit have thee still, To guide our endless quest.

Written by: Dr. Alfred G. Bailey

Source(s):

  • UA Case 128; Section 2; File 5.


© UNB Archives & Special Collections, 2012