UF Songs and Yells

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UF Songs and Yells
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University of Florida
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1. 8.
FLORIDA, MY FLORIDA FLORIDA MUST LIVE FOREVER
(Tune, Maryland, My Maryland) (Key of G)
Land of my birth, bright sun-kissed land, Gather 'round Flo-ri-di-ans and join me in a
Florida, my Florida. song.
Laved by the Gulf and Ocean grand, Let your voices loudly ring; we'll make a
Florida, my Florida. happy throng.
Of all the States in East or West, Sing a song to Flo-ri-da, to which we all
Unto my heart thou art the best; belong,
Here may I live, here may I rest. To dear old Flo-ri-da.
Florida, my Florida.
Chorus:
In country, town, or hills and dells, Flo-ri-da must live forever,
Florida, my Florida. Flo-ri-da must stand together,
The rhythmic chimes of thy school bells Flo-ri-di-ans are linked in tether
Florida, my Florida. To dear old Flo-ri-da.
Will call thy children day by day
To learn to walk the patriot's way,
Firmly to stand for thee for aye, SMILE, SMILE, SMILLE
Fllorida, my FIlorida. Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag,
Thy golden fruit the world outshines And smile, smile, smile.
~Florida, my Florida. While you've a lucifer to light your fag,
Florida, my Florida.
Smile, boy, that's the style.
Thy gardens and -thy phosphate mines, thats the style
Florida, my Florida. What's the use of worrying?
Yield their rich store of good supply, It never was worth while, so
To still the vo e o hs cry- Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag,
To still the voice of hunger's cry- A sml, s .
For thee we'll live, for thee we'll die, And smile, smile, smile.
Florida, my Florida. 10
2. MOONLIGHT IN DIXIE
HOWDY DO, HEN! (Key of G)
(Key of B flat) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (Ke o G
(Key of B flat) In the evening by the moonlight
How-dy do, Hen, How-dy do, Jen, You can hear dem darkies singing.
do, H en, HBrother Hugh, How-dy do, Sis- In the evening by the moonlight
terd Pru, Brte HgoddSi-You can hear dem banjoes ringing.
ter Prue, ,i T>-n TT A /i T How the old folks do enjoy it,
How-dy do, Bill, How-dy do, Lil,
How-dy do Lew andSue, c They will sit all night and listen,
How-dy do, Lew and Sue, *
How-dy do dS eAs they sing in the evening by the moonlight.
How-dy do!
3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~11.
PRAIRIE FLOWER I'M FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES
(Key of G)
I'm a lit-tle prairie flow'r I'm forever blowing bubbles,
Grow-ing wild-er ev'ry hour; Pretty bubbles in the air.
No-body cares to culti-vate me. They fly so high, nearly reach the sky,
I'm as wild as wild can be, Then like my dreams' they fade and die.
I'm as wild as wild can be, Fortunes always hiding,
Tu-ra-lu-ra, Tu-ra-le. I've looked everywhere,
4/ P~~I'm forever blowing bubbles,
~GLORY HALLELUJAH ~~Pretty bubbles in the air.
Flrd GLOaRY HeAetuLLELUtoJetsmec ,12.
Florida Ann, she went out to get some clams, TM T AGA
Florida Ann, she went out to get some clams, TILL WE MEET AGAIN
' ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(Key of A flat)
Florida Ann, she went out to get some clams, (Key of A flat)
And she didn't get a --- --- clam. Smile the while you kiss me sad adieu,
When the clouds roll by I'll come to you.
GCrGoy horus:jh Then the skies will seem more blue
Glory, Glory, Hallelujah! Down in lovers' lane, my dearie.
Glory, Glory, Hallelujah! Wedding bells will ring so merrily,
And she didn'tGlory, Glory, Hallelujah! clam. Every tear will be a memory,
And she didnt get a --- ---So wait and pray each night for me,
5. Till we meet again.
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH 13.
FLORIDA?
Oh, you've got to hand it to ------
What's the matter with Florida? You've got to hand it to -----;
She's all right! You've got to hand it to ---- '-,
What's the matter with Florida? He always delivers the goods.
She's all right!
She brings us together each year you see: He always delivers the goods.
She's chuck full of good things for you and me. He always delivers the goods.
What's the matter with Florida? You've got to hand it to ----- ,
She's all right! You've got to hand it to ----- ,
You've got- to hand it to ------,
6. He always delivers the goods.
STYLE ALL THE WHILE!
14.
They say that ---- he ain't got no style;
He's style all the while, Old ---B is better than he used to be,
He's style all the while. Better than he used to be,
--- They say that ----- he ain't got no style; Better than he used to be,
He's style all the while, all the while. Old ---- is better than he used to ^
Forty-five years ago.
7.
SING A SONG OF FLORIDA Forty-five years ago,
(Key of A flat) Forty-five years ago,
Old ----- is better than he used to be,
Sing a song of Florida, Forty-five years ago.
Oh sing it far and near;
Sing it out so good and strong 15.
That all the world may hear. ORANGE AND BLUE
Sing of service, brotherhood
And also of good cheer, Cheer for the Orange and Blue,
While we are having our luncheon. Waving forever.
Pride of old Florida,
Chorus: May she droop never.
Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah for Florida! We'll sing a song
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