This question is in reference to the enduring New England aphorism "where the Lowells talk only to the Cabots, and the Cabots talk only to God." I arrived at this question after reading A.M. Juster's fascinating article in Light poetry magazine, "Historical and Hysterical: Cabots, Lowells, and a Quatrain You Don't Really Know":
This toast, in turn, may owe its initial inspiration to a line that appears in many Williams College songs: “Here’s to old Fort Massachusetts.”
The question regards the Williams college song in which the line "Here's to old Fort Massachusetts" - site of a frontier siege in which the British colonists got whupped during the French and Indian Wars - appears. Does this song still survive, or is it lost?