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Boys From Newfoundland --- a song from World War Two

Well done you boys from Newfoundland
You done what you could do,
Ye done your parts to keep on high,
The old red, white and blue.
When shots and shells were flying fast
You took a manly stand,
Ye showed the fighting blood
Was in the boys from Newfoundland.
No other regiment did so well
As all the people tell,
And none did fight more braver
For your parts you did them well.
A shout of praise on every lip
For the gallant little band,
Who showed the fighting blood
Was in the boys from Newfoundland.
Your comrades all lay wounded
But onward did advance,
Ye fight the foe like British Sons
While on the fields of France.
Well done you boys from Newfoundland
Your parts you did well play,
We will keep the home fires burning
Until you return some day.
And never will the old flag fall
If all will take their stand,
And do as much for England
As the boys from Newfoundland.

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