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To all Lovers of Hampton
Hampton! My Home by the Sea
R. NATHANIEL DETT
R. NATHANIEL DETT
Con espress. mp
1. Where the glo-rious day has pale a-way, Great moons in splen-dor shine, At..Hamp- - ton; Hark! how sweet-ly on the air, Then the bells of eve-ning chime! At.. Hamp - - ton! Now the night o'er-flown with glad-ness, Pours its joy from shore to shore;
2. As a dove in flight, so flies the night, The stars fade o'er the brim, At..Hamp- - ton; How the soul is stirred with-in, As we sing each old, old hymn! At..Hamp- - ton; Say what is the spell of mag-ic That doth ev-'ry-where a-bound?
[[bass line at measures 5-6 and again at 10-11]] At Hamp-ton
Copyright, 1914, by The Hamptons normal & Agricultural Institute
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COMPLIMENTS OF TRADE CLASS H.N. A.I. [the graduating year "'29" with images of members inside]
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HAMPTON YELLS AND SONGS
(Tune "Barbara")
Hampton boys, we see you marching down the field today 
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Hampton boys, we like you winning victories that way
Now you've got those Aggies going up a tree,
Show them how to fight right, here beside the sea,
Together we will win this battle if we cheer for you.

(Tune "I'm Coming, Virginia")
'Tis H.N. and A.I.
That's making you cry
'Tis H.N. and A.I.
That's making you sigh,
We don't mean to harm you
That's not in our line,
But we are going to beat you,
Won't deceive you,
What we say we mean.
'Tis no use in pining
There is no denying
'Tis H.N. and A.I.
That's beating you now.
Fight! Fight! Fight!
Fight with all your might!
We're in the lead,
Rest have gone to seed,
Fight! Fight! Fight!

"LOCOMOTIVE"
H-a-m-p-t-o-n (spell)
H-a-m-p-t-o-n (faster)
H-a-m-p-t-o-n (very fast)
Hampton! Hampton! Hampton!
Rah! Rah! Rah!

INDIVIDUAL YELLS
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Hampton! Hampton! Hampton!
*(...............)
*Substitute name of player

"LOCOMOTIVE"
Rah! Rah! Rah! (slowly)
Rah! Rah! Rah! (faster)
Rah! Rah! Rah! (very fast)
Ra-a-a-ah! Hampton!

(Tune, "Me and My Shadow")
Hampton's just "too tite,"
With her team of blue and white.
Hampton just "won't don't,"
Even if she could, why then she won't.
When her men get on the field,
The others yield, then cry "Enuf"
Why Hampton just "won't don't,"
And ev'n if she could she won't.

Chic-a-boo! Chic-a-boo!
Chic-a-boo! Chaw!
Hampton! Hampton!
Rah, Rah, Rah!

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That team at H.N.I.
Is hot you can't deny.
When they start in the game
The goals the only aim.
You may start new stuff,
But we'll prov you're bluff.
So don't get a swell head
When the ball's snapped.
We hate to see you lose,
But you must sing your blues.
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