Lamar Alma Mater

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Lamar Alma Mater  (1951) 
by Gilbert Rhodes Smart
The Lamar Alma Mater is the school song of Lamar University. It was written by Gilbert Rhodes Smart, professor of mathematics at Lamar in 1951 to celebrate Lamar becoming a senior college.[1]

Lamar to thee we’re singing,
Voices raised on high.
We will forever love thee,
Laud thee to the sky.

We will ever need thee,
As our guiding star.
To us you’ll always be
Our glorious Lamar.


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