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  • 4.2oz/145g, but if that’s too light, try our heavier classic tee.
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Ode to Newfoundland
Designed by Colin Tobin
_"Ode to Newfoundland"_ is the official provincial anthem of Newfoundland and Labrador. It dates back to 1904, when it was penned by Governor Sir Cavendish Boyle to a tune by Sir Hubert Parry. When Newfoundland received Dominion status in 1907, the song was made into its national anthem, but this distinction was dropped when Newfoundland joined the Canadian Confederation in 1949. Three decades later, in 1980, the province re-adopted the song as an official provincial anthem. Newfoundland and Labrador is the only province in Canada to officially adopt a provincial anthem. _When sun-rays crown thy pine-clad hills,_ _And summer spreads her hand,_ _When silvern voices tune thy rills,_ _We love thee, smiling land,_ _We love thee, we love thee,_ _We love thee, smiling land._ _When spreads thy cloak of shimm'ring white,_ _At winter's stern command,_ _Thro' shortened day and star-lit night,_ _We love thee, frozen land,_ _We love thee, we love thee,_ _We love thee, frozen land._ _When blinding storm gusts fret thy shore,_ _And wild waves lash thy strand,_ _Thro' sprindrift swirl and tempest roar,_ _We love thee, wind-swept land,_ _We love thee, we love thee_ _We love thee, wind-swept land._ _As loved our fathers, so we love,_ _Where once they stood we stand,_ _Their prayer we raise to heaven above,_ _God guard thee, Newfoundland,_ _God guard thee, God guard thee,_ _God guard thee, Newfoundland._ ..................................... "Click here": to add me to your watch list. .....................................
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Ode to Newfoundland by Colin Tobin