The pink the rose of England shows, the green St. Patrick's emblem bright,
While in between the spotless sheen of Andrew's cross displays the white.
Then hail the pink, the white, the green, our patriot flag long may it stand.
Our sirelands twine their emblems trine to form the flag of Newfoundland.
Fling out the flag o'er creek and crag. Pink, white, and green, so fair, so grand.
Long may it sway o'er bight and bay around the shores of Newfoundland.
What e'er betide our ocean bride that nestles midst Atlantic's foam
Still far and wide we'll raise our pride, our native flag o'er hearth and home.
Should e'er the hand of Fate demand, some future change in our career,
We ne'er will yield on flood or field the flag we honour and revere.