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The Master’s Song

Solo:
This world is so hard and so stony;
That if a man is to get through,
He’d need have the courage of Nelson,
And plenty of Job‘s patience too.
But a man who is kind to another
And cheerfully helps him along,
God Bless such a man and a brother,
And here’s to his health in a song.
And here’s to his health, here’s to his health
And here’s to his health in a song.

Chorus:
And here’s to his health, here’s to his health
And here’s to his health in a song
.

Solo:
This life is as cheerless as Winter,
To those who are cold in the heart;
but a man who is warm in his nature.
Bids Winter for ever depart
The ground that he treads on will blossom,
‘Till beauty around him shall throng;
God Bless such a man and a brother,
And here’s to his health in a song.
And here’s to his health, here’s to his health
And here’s to his health in a song.

Chorus:
And here’s to his health, here’s to his health
And here’s to his health in a song
.

Solo:
As clouds that in sunshine are open,
And silvered by light passing through;
So men who are generous in spirit,
Are blessed by the good deeds they do;
There’s nothing like helping another
For getting one’s own self along;
Who does this is truly a brother.
And here’s to his health in a song.
And here’s to his health, here’s to his health
And here’s to his health in a song.

Chorus: (All standing sing chorus)
And here’s to his health, here’s to his health
And here’s to his health in a song