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No. 19 - Song - Rudolph - "Queen of the Sea and Earth"

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Rudolph: The dearest spot on the wide, wide earth
To the heart of a man of English birth
Is the land that lies in the western seas,
With its flag afloat on the ocean breeze!
He laughs at the fogs that thickly rise
And the rain that pours from its sullen skies,
For he proudly says "When your skies are blue
There's never a land to compare with you."
England, our land of birth,
Our hearts are yours where'er we roam!
Queen of the sea and earth
To Englishmen, the land of home!
Chorus: England, our land of birth,
Our hearts are yours where'er we roam!
Queen of the sea and earth
To Englishmen, the land of home!
To Englishmen, the land of home!
   
Rudolph: Old fashioned our ways may sometimes be
But the sweetest sight that our eyes may see
Is the cheery glow of our own fireside
For an English home is the nation's pride
We love the scent of the new mown hay
And the hedgerows white with the bloom of May
And across the fields on a breezy morn
The ringing notes of the huntsman's horn
England, our land of birth,
Our hearts are yours where'er we roam!
Queen of the sea and earth
To Englishmen, the land of home!
Chorus: England, our land of birth,
Our hearts are yours where'er we roam!
Queen of the sea and earth
To Englishmen, the land of home!
To Englishmen, the land of home!
   
Rudolph: The land we love is the home of sport
And of manly games of ev'ry sort
For an English lad is a king in all
And he holds the field with his bat and ball
He rides, he shoots; he can swim and row
Or use his fists to thrash a foe
And the world for him has a priceless pearl
The tender love of an English girl
England, our land of birth,
Our hearts are yours where'er we roam!
Queen of the sea and earth
To Englishmen, the land of home!
Chorus: England, our land of birth,
Our hearts are yours where'er we roam!
Queen of the sea and earth
To Englishmen, the land of home!
To Englishmen, the land of home!


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