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MF School Song


We're loyal to you M-F High
We're golden and blue M-F High
We'll back you to stand
'Gainst the best in the land
For we know you can stand M-F High
Rah-Rah
So smash that blockade M-F High
Go crashing ahead M-F High
Our team is our fame protector
On boys for we expect a victory from you M-F High

Bring out that dear old flag of Gold and Blue
Bring on our sons and daughters fighting for you
Lke men of olden giants facing reliance
Shouting defance — Os–Kee–Wa–Wa
Amid the broad green plains that nourish our land
For honest labor and for learning we stand
And unto you we pledge our hearts and hands
To alma mater M-F High.

Notes

The earliest copy of the Maroa School Song found so far comes from the October 1934 Blue and Gold student newspaper and contains slight word differences:

We're loyal to you, Maroa High
We're golden and blue, Maroa High
We'll back you to stand
'Gainst the best in the land
Fore we know you have sand, Maroa High
Rah! Rah!
So smash that blockade, Maroa High
Go crashing ahead, Maroa High
Our team is our famed protector
On boys, for we expect a touchdown from you, Maroa High

Fling out that dear old flag of golden and blue
Lead on your sons and daughters fighting for you
Like men of old on giants
Placing reliance
Shouting defiance
Oski––wow––wow

Amid those broad, green, plains that nourish our land
For honest labor and for learning we stand
And unto you we pledge our hearts and hands
Dear Alma Mater, M.C.H.S.


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