Arranged for voice with piano accompaniment, with added chord symbols.
Pages, including cover: 7
This song is used by the United States Marine Academy as its official march. Epes Sargent (1813-1880) was inspired by a visit to The Battery, New York City, and wrote a poem, for which Henry Russell (1812-1900) wrote the tune.
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