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Merrily, merrily, how the birds sing!
Cheerily, cheerily, sweet voices ring !
Soft the winds murmur the lindens among 5
H As the work the reward," are the words that are sung.
Silently, softly on earth's soft green breast,
Tenderly, tremblingly deep shadows rest 3
Bright golden sunbeams and fields brilliant green,
Round and about us our colors are seen.
Modestly, lowly the sweet daisies grow,
Fair, simple flowers with beauty aglow,
Semblance of promise to all who are sad,
Pleasure and brightness to all who are glad.
Tenderly, trustingly, hearts ever true,
Lovingly, joyfully, friendships renew,
Loyally, gayly for Abbot we sing,
Fearlessly, sweetly our glad voices ring.
Loyally, sadly our class, nineteen-one,
Bids a farewell to the tasks that are done,
Trustingly, hopefully greets the new day g
Pastpleasures darken but neler fade away.
Seeing our new hopes in deep fuller light,
Climbing and striving to stand on the height,
Fearlessly, bravely, the new fight begin 5
" As the work the reward," are the words that we sing.
Alzke Louise Y21'wz'!!zgez