As I go trav'ling down life's highway
Whatever course my fortunes may foretell
I shall not go alone on my way
For thou shalt always be with me, Rydell.
When I seek rest from worldly matters
In palace or in hovel I may dwell
And though my bed be silk or tatters
My dreams shall always be of thee, Rydell.
(EUGENE, PATTY and MISS LYNCH enter.)
Through all the years, Rydell,
And tears, Rydell
We give three cheers, Rydell for thee.
Through ev'rything, Rydell,
We cling, Rydell
And sing, Rydell to thee.