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THE PALIS DE
O grim, grey Palisades, thy shadow
Upon the rijipling Hudson falls,
And mellow, mingled tints of sunset
Illurnine now our classic halls,
Wlzile students gather 'round thi-ne altars,
Witli tributes of devotion true,
And 'mingle merry hearts and voices
In praise of N. Y. U.
Here as the evening shades are falling
And gone is every care of day,
We gather and the camjms echoes,
Witlz laugh and slzoiit of students gayg
Thy sons, well guarded from all sorrow,
Linked firm in bonds of violet hire,
Forget the cares that come tomorow,
And praise old N. Y. U.
No hafypier lot conld e'er befall us,
No bloom we crave of greater worth,
Than here to gather in the gloaming,
And blend our hearts in college mirtlzg
No scenes we've learned so mitch to cherish,
No friends we've found so staunch and true.
As those who jbledge with 'us devotion
To dear old N. Y. U.
But college friendshilbs all must sever
And fade as does the dying day,
And closest lcinshijis all be broken,
As out in life we wend onr way,
But yet, whatever be life's fortiine,
Though mem'ry fail and friends be few,
We'll love thee still, our Alma Mczter,
Our dear old N. Y. U.
-DUNCAN MCP. GENNS, '00
Arranged by CLEVELAND V. C1-HLDS, 'OO
Re-arranged by DEEMS TAYLOR, '06”