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When We Wore Blue And Gold
It was September of 1960 and we were growing Elvis sang "It's Now or Never" anticipation showing New kids in town for our Freshman year Our last at St. Jerome's, adulthood near. We hung out at the Coffee Cup on Berwick Street Five Point Diner and Palma were sweet We never dreamed of growing old Back when we wore blue and gold. Sophomore year brought us to Saint Ann Not old enough yet to be called a man Hitch hike to the My Place and Bowling Alley Travelled around the Panther Valley Weekends looking for a brand new thrill Going to the Coffee Shop in Summit Hill On the Juke box "Runaround Sue" and "Cathy's Clown" If "Rumble" came on we'd quickly leave town Building memories as each day would unfold Back when we wore blue and gold. 62 saw the Four Seasons singing "Sherry" Our next two years would be with Saint Mary Pep rallies in the court yard, who could forget Sneak down to Henry's for a cigarette Laughing, joking, we were only sixteen Drop another nickel in the pinball machine Flip a coin for a pool game, choose who will rack Fan buses for away games, have a smoke in the back Lou Christie sang "Two Faces Have I " "The End of The World " made Skeeter cry It was 63 and our time was near We were starting our senior year Unsure of what our future would hold Back when we wore blue and gold November came and some of us cried The Friday President Kennedy died Before the storm there is always a calm Trouble brewing in Vietnam In 64, invaded by another land The Beatles wanted to hold our hand The school would be one next year we were told Back when we wore blue and gold June arrived, graduation day A time to rejoice, a time to pray To change the world, thoughts so bold Back when we wore blue and gold.
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