lt matton little where.1 was born, Ür if my parents were rich or poor; Whether they shrank at ihe cold world' (Ir v.nlkvd ín t!u ilth secure; But u lu-lhcr 1 live ia h..ne-t man, Vu. i Imld in. inli n my rluti h, I tril fOUf broltier, pi t:n .i . 1 lt matiers much II Ie how looft ' t3 f%JVtffMtr sorrow , sin and care ; iri o outh I ain called away, Or live till my bones and pate are bare ; But whether I do the best I can To softtn the welght of adversitv's touch Uu the Taded cheek of my fcllow nun, lt maiters much I lt inatters little wliere le my pm, Or on the land or on Üifl ii purTing brook or 'nt-atli ttorm} w lt matters little or naught to me ; But whetluer the angel Death comes down, Aml mark my bruvv wfth his lovinjj touch. As one that shall wear the victor's Crown, II mattere much !