Finale lyrics - Parade

Finale lyrics


LUCILLE (at home)
Leo, oh Leo
I know he'll protect you
And don't be afraid;
I'll be fine here - you'll see.

Farewell, my Leo -
You're right here beside me
You're here by the door
And you're holding my arm
And you're stroking my hair
And you're finally:

Mr. Frank?

What is it?


Happy Memorial Day.

(The 1915 parade begins to pass by upstage)

I go to fight for these old hills behind me,
The old red hills of home.
I go to fight for these hills that remind me
Of a way of life that's pure,
Of the truth that will endure
In the city of Atlanta,
In the old red hills of home!

God bless the sight of the old hills of Georgia,
The old red hills of home.
Praise those who'd fight for the old hills of Georgia
For those proud and valiant men,
We'll sing "Dixie" once again
For the men of Marietta:
For the brothers of Cobb County:
For the fathers of Atlanta:
For the patriarchs:
Who gave ev'rything for Georgia
And the old red hills of home!

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Last Update: June, 29th 2013

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