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The Indian Advocate
Vl. XIV. EEMUAftY, I9t2. N. 2
wtiicri SHALL IT BE?
N Winch shall it be, lads, which shall it be ?
, '"bod or tlfd'devil, bond or Jree ?
Will b boldlv and cheerfully take your stand
IJL. " ' ' '
h f With the chosen few, with.the noble band
' Who are steadfastly doing all they can '
For God and the right and fallen man ?
Or will vou sink, debased and blind,
To herd with the ruck of humankind
God, the deil, bond or free S
., 'Which shall it be, lads, which shall it be ' ' ''
i ia ; i Which shall it be ? The home life sweet, ' jr"'
f , Gay with the palter of tiny feet; ',
Or the squalid tap-room, grimy and grim '
The drunkard's curse, or the children's hymn? "
f Wrecked lues, or the strength that never flags ? '
. Peace and plenty, or ruin and rags? t
Which shall it be, lads, which shall it be '
to Which shall it be ' Two paths lie here
r The right leads upward, the left, ah! where' '
Others may give you counsel true, '
But the choice, dear lads, is for jou, for yowl
i " And remember now in j our boyhood's prime, ,
' Is the turning point and the seeding" time,
w "S The sot's bent back, or the saint's bent knee ?
4 Which shall it be, lads, which shall it be ?
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