1. Lend a hand to one another

In the daily toil of life;

When we meet a weaker brother,

Let us help him in the strife.

There is none so rich but may,

In his turn, be forced to borrow;

And the poor man's lot today

May become our own tomorrow.

2. Lend a hand to one another:

When malicious tongues have thrown

Dark suspicion on your brother,

Be not prompt to cast a stone.

There is none so good but may

Run adrift in shame and sorrow;

And the good man of today

May become the bad tomorrow.

3. Lend a hand to one another:

In the race for Honor's crown;

Should it fall upon your brother,

Let not envy tear it down.

Lend a hand to all, we pray,

In their sunshine or their sorrow;

And the prize they've won today

May become our own tomorrow.

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