Pass Christian     |     home
Colonial Period   |   Early 1800s   |   Charlot Tract   |   Pass Christian Hotel   |   Duel in the Pass   |   Mexican Gulf Hotel   |   Pass Time Line   |   Heritage Research   |   Pass Flag   |   PC Song   |   Hiern Family   |   Pass Christian Photos   |   Photos -- Flags of the Gulf Coast   |   Photos -- Beach Roads   |   Remembrances

PC Song

Oh, Pass Christian,
You gorgeous town –
Will rise again to face the call.
We’re gonna be there in great numbers
When this town gets on the ball.

This white-capped beach,
Home of the birds,
Was antebellum from the first.
It was here that sailing started –
When the Pass first saw its birth.

Magnolia trees,
And mocking birds,
Surround the woods of this old town.
And the Shrimp boats from the harbor
Bring the oysters from the Sound.

Lyrics – set to the tune of “When The Saints Go Marching In,” were written during a Town Meeting held on Wednesday, January 24, 1979.  School Superintendent, Rotarian, and vice-president of the PC Chamber of Commerce — LeRoy Lizana hosted the assembly.

Next  Page