9 thoughts on “ The Caissons Go Rolling Along (Artillery Song) - Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights - The Caissons Go Rolling Along / The Lamplighters Serenade (Shellac)

  1. Over Hill, Over Dale, As We Hit the Dusty Trail And Those Caissons Go Rolling Along In and Out, Hear Them Shout, Counter March and Right About And Those Caissons Go Rolling Along Then It's Hi, Hi, Hee, in the Field Artillery Shout Out Your Numbers Loud and Strong Where'er You.
  2. In the field artillery Sound off your numbers Loud and strong '2, 3, 4' Where'er you go You will always know That those caissons are rolling along That those caissons are rolling along Take the path Through the trees Guess what's hiding in the leaves As our team goes hiking along Look up high Look down low Keep your eyes on where they go As our.
  3. And those caissons go rolling along In and out Hear them shout Countermarch And right about And those caissons go rolling along Then it's Hi! Hi! Hee! In the field artillery Sound off your numbers Loud and strong '2, 3, 4' Where'er you go You will always know That those caissons are rolling along That those caissons are rolling along Take the.
  4. By Major Edmund L. Gruber Over hill, over dale As we hit the dusty trail, And the Caissons go rolling along. In and out, hear them shout, Counter march and right about, And the Caissons go rolling along. Then it’s hi! hi! hee! In the field artillery, Shout out your numbers loud and strong, For where e’er you go, You will always know That the Caissons go rolling along. In the storm, in the.
  5. The song "The Caissons Go Rolling Along" refers to these; the version adopted as the U.S. Army's official song has, among other changes, replaced the word caissons with Army. Caissons are used for burials at Arlington National Cemetery and for state funerals for United States government dignitaries including the President of the United States.
  6. And the Caissons go rolling along. In and out, hear them shout, Counter march and right about, And the Caissons go rolling along. Then it's hi! hi! hee! In the field artillery, Shout out your numbers loud and strong, For where'er you go, You will always know That the Caissons go rolling along. In the storm, in the night, Action left or action right.
  7. by Brig. Gen. Edmund L. Gruber. The author acknowledges with thanks the contributions of Robert M. Danford and William Bryden to the words.
  8. Jan 13,  · In , Lieutenant (later Brigadier General and Commandant of the FA school) Edmund Gruber, of the 5th FA Regiment stationed in the Philippines, wrote "The Caissons Go Rolling Along" as a regimental song to be used at a unit review. It also, as I understand, commemorated the reunion of the 5th FA Regiment as all batteries were at that time stationed together for the first time in many years.
  9. The official Army song, based on The Caissons Go Rolling Along by Brigadier General E.L. Gruber. Intro: March along, sing our song, with the Army of the free Count the brave, count the true, who have fought to victory We're the Army and proud of our name. We're the Army and proudly proclaim.

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