The Bronco, Yearbook of Hardin-Simmons University, 1935 Page: 20
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O Hardin-Simmons Hail to thee, for famous are thy halls;
Long may thy worth increase, long live thy noble cause.
Great are thy victories o'er land and over sea;
Fair daughter of the West, we love and honor thee.
Hail Hardin-Simmons! loud we sing; 0 let thy music ring;
Our hearts are filled with joy of thee we gladly sing.
More charming is thy name than all our childhood scenes;
Thy welkins, sweet and fair, inspire our joyful themes.
With voice, with heart and hand, we bring our gifts today;
Thy sons and daughters live to serve thee true always.
So kind and true thou art-let duty be thy call;
Give us thy noble heart; we love thee one and all.
For freedom is thy might and victory thy song;
We'll raise thy banners high with purpose true and strong.
Thy friends are manifold and greater thou shalt be,
The "Purple and the Gold" lead on to victory.
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