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STEIN SONG, THE (aka "University of Maine Stein Song") (Based on the march "Opie" by E.A. Fenstead / Arranged by Albert Sprague / Lyrics by Lincoln Colcord) Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees - 1929 Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians (feat. in the film "Varsity Show") - 1937 Dick Powell with Harry Sosnik & His Orch. - 1938 Jane Froman (feat. in the film "With A Song In My Heart") - 1952 Also recorded by: Sims-Wheeler Vintage Jazz Band; David Whitfield; Michael Holliday; University of Michigan Marching Band; Jack Payne & His Orch. As recorded by DICK POWELL: Fill the steins to dear old Maine Shout till the rafters ring Stand and drink a toast once again Let every loyal Maine man sing Then drink to all the happy hours Drink to the careless days Drink to Maine, our alma mater The college of our hearts always (To the trees, to the sky, to the Spring and its glorious happiness) (To the youth, to the fire, to the light that is moving and calling us) (To the gods, to the fate, to the rulers of men and their destinies) (To the lips, to the eyes, to the girls who will love us someday) Oh, fill the steins to dear old Maine Shout till the rafters ring Stand and drink a toast once again Let every loyal Maine man sing Then drink to all the happy hours Drink to the careless days Drink to Maine, our alma mater The college of our hearts always (Orchestral Interlude) Fill the steins to dear old Maine Shout till the rafters ring Stand and drink a toast once again Let every loyal Maine man sing Then drink to all the happy hours Drink to the careless days Drink to Maine, our alma mater The college of our hearts always (Contributed by Mel Priddle - June 2011) ****** as rec by Rudy Vallee & his Connecticut Yankees Feb 1Oth 1930 New York also rec by- Paul Hagan w Fred Culley & his Royal York Hotel Orch '29 The Synco Jazzers '29 Oh fill the stein to dear old Maine, Shout till the rafters ring. Stand and drink a toast once again, Let every loyal Maine man sing. Then drink to all the happy hours, Drink to the care less day. Drink to Maine and alma mater, The college of our heart always. To the trees, to the sky, To the Spring and the glorious happiness. To the youth, to the fire, To the life that is moving and calling us. To the gods, to the fate, To the rulers of men and their destinies. To the lips, to the eyes, To the girls who will love us some day. Oh fill the stein to dear old Maine, Shout till the rafters ring. Stand and drink a toast once again, Let every loyal Maine man sing. Then drink to all the happy hours, Drink to the care less day. Drink to Maine and alma mater, The college of our heart always. To the trees, to the sky, To the Spring and the glorious happiness. To the youth, to the fire, To the life that is moving and calling us. To the gods, to the fate, To the rulers of men and their destinies. To the lips, to the eyes, To the girls who will love us some day. Oh fill the stein to dear old Maine, Shout till the rafters ring. Stand and drink a toast once again, Let every loyal Maine man sing. Then drink to all the happy hours, Drink to the care less day. Drink to Maine and alma mater, The college of our heart always. (Contributed by Peter Akers - November 2010)

    


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