To sing our old school song

MY BIRTH place was at Milton Rise and I went to Milton Infants, Milton Junior and Worle Secondary Modern Schools. Recently I was at Weston and enjoyed a barbecue with my family who still live there. A few of us started to sing our old school song but on

MY BIRTH place was at Milton Rise and I went to Milton Infants, Milton Junior and Worle Secondary Modern Schools.Recently I was at Weston and enjoyed a barbecue with my family who still live there. A few of us started to sing our old school song but only managed the first verse. Is it possible that some of your many readers could help me with the words of the second verse? I think it was composed by Mr Stephens who was the woodwork teacher at Worle Secondary Modern. I don't know if they still sing it but we had to each Monday morning in the school hall. It went like this:Come Mendip House, come Quantock, Brendon and Blackdown too, Firm as the hills of Somerset, Our lives both straight and true, Though fate may lead our footsteps, To North, South, East or West, Our memories oft will bring us back, To the school we love the best.Second verse:In future years when far away, Our memories will recall .... That's as much as we could all remember of the second verse. If there was a third verse I would love to know.JOHN PARRINGTON - Ashby Rise, Great Glen, Leicester


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