Praps Mendoza is a-tryin to break out, and the boys are givin the rustlers Hail Columbia.
You'll have to sing 'Hail Columbia' night and morning if you stay in this cabin.
He is better known, however, as the author of the patriotic anthem “Hail Columbia” .
He came the next afternoon, and the song, Hail Columbia, was ready for him.
Howsumever there ain't more than we can give 'Hail Columbia.'
Hail Columbia, happy land, If you aint drunk then I'll be damned.
They would please form by twos, and march to the tables as the band played "Hail Columbia!"
Hail Columbia, happy land, If you ain't drunk then I'll be damned.
I felt like giving him 'Hail Columbia,' but I restrained myself.
It was Hail Columbia all right, but that's between you an' I, savvy.
A mild exclamation of emphasis, annoyance, etc: Hail Columbia, can't I ever go?
Punitive measures; a rebuke; hell: They'll give me hail Columbia when they know
[1854+; a euphemism for hell]