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Back At 'Ya - 11
01/04/12     Andy Geoghegan  (1964)      onewag@hotmail.com
Thanks for the greeting, Jake. Happy New Year to you and yours as well. And to all the other 'Dogs catching this post.

"We hail the friends with whom we've shared both gladness and woe;
We hail our teachers loyal ( wherever they are!) who guide(d) us as we go...
 
01/08/12     Ken Wilson     
Re: Back At 'Ya
Outstanding response to Jake's message Andy.
I could only remember the first verse. Hope all is well.
01/13/12     Andy Geoghegan  (1964)      onewag@hotmail.com
Re: Back At 'Ya
Here's what I remember:

We hail the halls of honor, of justice, and of might
Where trophies of maroon and gray are shining bright
We hail the friends with whom we've shared both gladness and woe
We hail our teachers loyal, who guide us as we go

For here we've found the pleasure
That comes from work well done
And cheered our tems as they have fairly
fought and won
Although someday we'll leave our school and go far and nigh,
Our hearts will always cherish, our love for MAVAHI

Thats what I remember. I'd love to hear from anyone who remembers what it REALLY was.

Man, the stuff that sticks in our heads.....
01/25/12     Frank Smith  (1965)      fhsvjs@juno.com
Re: Back At 'Ya
Andy, I think you have it right. That's how I remember it.
02/18/12     Ken      kennwilson@embarqmail.com
Re: Back At 'Ya
Thanks Andy.....I made A copy
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