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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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Sounds of Princeton arch sings


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For 70 years the sounds of Princeton's a cappella groups have been echoing in arches across campus. Read more.


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Can't you hear that
pitter pat?

And the happy tune
is your step.

Life can be so sweet
on the sunny

sunny side of the street.

I used to walk in the
shade with all

those blues on parade.

But I'm not afraid, this
Rover crossed over.

Come-a come-a dum doobee do
dum dum, come-a come-a dum

doobee doo dum dum.

Breaking up is hard to do.

Don't take your love
away from me.

Sweet home Alabama.

Bum bum ba doo.

Where the skies are so blue.

Bum bum ba doo.

Sweet home Alabama.

Bum bum ba doo.

Lord, I'm coming home to you.

Our hearts shall give
while we shall live.

Three cheers for old Nassau.


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