The New York Volunteer

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所属专辑:Sings Civil War Songs Of The North

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歌曲名 The New York Volunteer

歌手名 Tennessee Ernie Ford

'Twas in the days of seventy-six

When freemen young and old

All fought for independence then

Each hero brave and bold

'Twas then the noble stars and stripes

In triumph did appear

And defended by brave patriots

The Yankee Volunteers

'Tis my great delight to march and fight

Like a New York Volunteer

New York Volunteer

Now there's our City Regiments

Just see what they have done

The first to offer to the State

To go to Washington

To protect the Federal Capital

And the flag they love so dear

And they've done their duty nobly

Like New York Volunteers

'Tis my great delight to march and fight

Like a New York Volunteer

New York Volunteer

The rebels out in Maryland

They madly raved and swore

They'd let none of our Union troops

Pass through Baltimore

But the Massachusetts Regiment

No traitors did they fear

But fought their way to Washington

Like Yankee Volunteers

'Tis my great delight to march and fight

Like a New York Volunteer

New York Volunteer

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