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"Godiva's Hymn", "Engineer's Hymn" or "Engineers' Drinking Song" is a traditional drinking song for engineers. It was originally created by the Army Corps of Engineers and is now often performed by the MIT a cappella group The Chorallaries. In many university engineering faculties, military engineering corps and other engineering organizations and societies, Lady Godiva is a school icon or mascot. One Version of the Chorus is as follows: One of Godiva's Verses:

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  • "Godiva's Hymn", "Engineer's Hymn" or "Engineers' Drinking Song" is a traditional drinking song for engineers. It was originally created by the Army Corps of Engineers and is now often performed by the MIT a cappella group The Chorallaries. In many university engineering faculties, military engineering corps and other engineering organizations and societies, Lady Godiva is a school icon or mascot. One Version of the Chorus is as follows: One of Godiva's Verses:
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  • "Godiva's Hymn", "Engineer's Hymn" or "Engineers' Drinking Song" is a traditional drinking song for engineers. It was originally created by the Army Corps of Engineers and is now often performed by the MIT a cappella group The Chorallaries. In many university engineering faculties, military engineering corps and other engineering organizations and societies, Lady Godiva is a school icon or mascot. Godiva's Hymn is sung either to the tune of The Battle Hymn of the Republic or The Son of a Gambolier. Near Christmas, it is a tradition of the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad (sic) of the University of Toronto to sing Godiva's Hymn to the tune of Good King Wenceslaus. One Version of the Chorus is as follows: We are We are We are We are--We are the engineers--We can We can We can We can--Demolish forty beers--Drink rum Drink rum Drink rum all day--and come along with us for--We don't give a damn for any old man--Who don't give a damn for us-- One of Godiva's Verses: Godiva was a lady who through Coventry did ride--To show to all the villagers her fine and lily-white hide--The most observant villager, an engineer of course--Was the only one to notice that Godiva rode a horse--
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