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      • Words of Remembrance The following was written by Pericles well over two thousand years ago, long before the first ANZAC Day, but only a stone’s throw from Gallipoli : Each has won a glorious grave - not that sepulchre of earth wherein they lie, but the living tomb of everlasting remembrance wherein their glory is enshrined.
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  1. Sing a song together on ANZAC Day, even though we are apart.On April 25th (at any time) stand on your driveway, verandah or porch and sing SONG OF AUSTRALIA....

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  2. Mar 10, 2019 · Of course! An ANZAC Day song you’re bound to hear is our national anthem. We’ll post the lyrics to it just below here. This is a song that’s always sung on any day of national importance and it proudly stands as a symbol of our values as a country. Australians all let us rejoice, For we are young and free; We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil;

  3. Words of Remembrance; The following was written by Pericles well over two thousand years ago, long before the first ANZAC Day, but only a stone’s throw from Gallipoli: Each has won a glorious grave - not that sepulchre of earth wherein they lie, but the living tomb of everlasting remembrance wherein their glory is enshrined.

  4. Hymns for ANZAC Day church and memorial services generally focus on God as protector in time of death and war, or on themes of peace-making. The most commonly used Christian hymns at Anzac Day commemoration services are: Abide with Me; O Valiant Hearts; O God, Our Help in Ages Past; The national anthem: Advance Australia Fair, God Defend New Zealand

  5. Apr 24, 2016 · "They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old," begins the Ode, which is recited at Anzac Day dawn services and engraved on war memorials and cenotaphs around the nation. The Ode, though, was not the work of an Australian but is the fourth stanza of a poem by Englishman Laurence Binyon.

  6. Earth’s joys grow dim, its glories pass away; Change and decay in all around I see; O thou who changest not abide with me. Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes, Shine through the gloom and point me to the skies; Heaven’s morning breaks and earth’s vain shadows flee; In life, in death, O Lord abide with me.

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