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OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY (OHIO, 4)

On fair Ohio's banks we stand,
Musket and bayonet in hand
The French are beat, they dare not stay
But take to their heels and run away.

cho: Whoe'er is bold, whoe'er is free
Will join and come along with me
We'll drive the French without delay
Over the hills and far away.

Over the rocks and over the steep
Over the waters, wide and deep
We'll drive the French without delay
Over the hills and far away.

Another version of The Wind it Blew my Plaid Awa'
From the French and Indian War; I heard this fragment sung
(parenthetically) by Burl Ives in the late 40's. Anybody know any
more? RG
@Army @American
filename[ OVRHILL3
TUNE FILE: OVERHILL
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RG

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