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No. 50. The New Jubilee.

Tune

Tune

TUNE. No. 32.

1. Come, ye weary Laborers,
We'll sing a glad new song,
'Tis the glorious Jubilee
We've waited for so long;
Sing, then, as we never sang,
United, firm and strong,
While we are marching to victory.

CHORUS.
Hurrah! hurrah! another Jubilee!
Hurrah! hurrah! Deliverance we see.
North and South, and East and West,
Together sing with glee,
While we are marching to victory.

2. Many years we've toiled and worked,
And wondered why it was
We were poor while others thrived,
And now we've found the cause;
In unity along is strength —
'Tis one of Nature's laws —
While we are marching to victory.

Chorus.

3. Now we think as well as work;
I'll tell you, boys, it pays.
We'll tend to our own business now,
And do it our own ways.
Let old by-gones be forgotten,
And work for better days,
While we are marching to victory.

Chorus.

4. "Now, boys, keep out of politics,"
The politicians say;
"For you'll get hurt, or you'll hurt us:
Don't meddle with it, pray;
Just work along, we'll tend to that" —
Oh, tell us in what way —
While we are marching to victory.

Chorus.