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27. a song for all true Americans. by Dr. J. Haynes. Rise, ye sons of Old Columbia; Gather to your country's call; On your arms no longer slumber; Rise to help her, one and all! Cast away each feud and faction; Brood not over wrong nor ill; Rouse your virtues into action, For we love our country still. Hail, Columbia! Hail, Columbia! Raise that thrilling shout once more; Rule, Columbia! Rule, Columbia! Conquer over sea and, shore. Should the traitors, full of bluster, Come to take away our gain, Then, brave boys, we'll make a muster, And our liberty maintain: And if foreign foes, with fury ‘Tempt to take away our right, Wait not then for judge nor jury-- Up! and at them, boldly fight! For Columbia, just Columbia, Claims our chorus as before; Rule, Columbia! Rule, Columbia! Conquer over sea and shore. See upreared our holy Standard! Come around it, gallant hearts! What! Columbia's fame be slandered, As by fault on our parts! Let the cruel traitors threaten; Let the mad seceders