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Your Flag and My Flag

Author: Wilbur D. NesbitHymnal: Elmhurst Hymnal #294 (1921)Hymnal Title: Elmhurst HymnalLyrics: 1 Your flag and my flag, And how it flies today, In your land and my land, And half the world away; Rose-red and blood-red Its stripes forever gleam, Snow-white and soul-white, The good forefather’s dream. Sky-blue and true-blue, With stars to shine aright; The gloried guidon of the day, A shelter in the night. 2 Your flag and my flag, O, how much it holds Your land and my land Secure within its folds! Your heart and my heart Beat quicker at the sight, Snow-kissed and wind-toss’d, Red and blue and white,– The one flag, the great flag, The flag for me and you, Glorified all else beside, The red and white and blue. 3 Your flag and my flag, To ev’ry star and stripe The drums beat as hearts beat, And pipers shrilly pipe. Your flag and my flag, A blessing in the sky; Your hope and my hope, It never hid a lie. Home-land and far land, And half the world around, Old Glory hears the great salute, And flutters to the sound.Topics: Our Country; Flag Our Country's; World MissionsTune Title: OUR FLAG

Your flag and my flag

Author: Wilbur D. NesbitHymnal: Hymns for the Living Age #474 (1923)Hymnal Title: Hymns for the Living AgeTopics: The Christian Kingdom Children and YouthLanguages: EnglishTune Title: OLD GLORY

Your flag and my flag

Author: Wilbur D. NesbitHymnal: The School Hymnal #255 (1920)Hymnal Title: The School Hymnal