K.M.I., our Alma Mater
Where the fair Ohio flows,
Or beside the warm Gulf water
While the northern tempest blows.
We shall ever dearly love thee,
Raise our voices in thy praise:
K.M.I., there's none above thee,
None shall ever dim thy lustrous rays.
shall we all remember
Words and Music by Captain Albert D. Stutzenberger
(sung to the tune of the Cornell Alma Mater, i.e. Far above Cayugas water...)
pieces, which can be downloaded in .au or .wav format, are from The
Chimes Collection, a recording of songs by the Cornell Chimesmasters in
1979 and 1987
K.M.I., our hearts to thee
We lift, in this our song;
Ivy'd walls and columned halls
Have been our home for long.
We are proud we have been
part of the passing show,
And we hope to leave our mark
Before it's time to go.
by side, we've shouted
Archived by Frank Lively, KMI '63
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