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Disc No: BB 10 When hostilities began in 1914, there were of course no war songs as such. In their absence soldiers, as well as those left behind, took over existing Music Hall favourities; sentimental ballads like 'There's A Long Trail A-Winding' and novelty numbers like 'Tipperary', together with the occassional survival from earlier wars, such as 'Goodbye Dolly Gray'.
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ComposerOpusMusicKey Performer
Unknown   March - the signaller   Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Judge   Its a long long way to tipperary  
Powell, TJ.   Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag  
Carlton   Mademoiselle from armentiers  
Mills   Take me back to dear old blighty  
Cobb   Goodbye dolly gray  
Long   Oh! What a lovely war  
McGlennon   Comrades  
Knight   Here we are, here we are, here we are again  
Fink   I don't want to be a soldier  
Turner   No more soldiering for me  
Turner   Old soldiers never die  
Stuart   The soldiers of the queen  
Turner   Never mind  
Turner   Leap frog  
Weson   Good bye-ee  
Turner   Rolling home  
Turner   We are fred karno's army  
Chattaway   The moon shines bright on charlie chaplin  
Leight   The army of today's alright  
Ford   Keep the home fires burning  
King   There's a long long trail  
Guy   Run rabbit run  
Sheer   Yours  
Hughes   Bless 'em all  
Loesser   Praise the lord and pass the ammunition  
Brown, A. W.   Roll out the Barrel  
Leip   Lillie Marlene  
Kennedy   We're going to hang out the washing on the Siegfried Line  
Burton, Dennis   The white cliffs of Dover  
Berlin, Erwin   This is the Army, Mr. Brown  
Traditional   The yellow Rose of Texas  
Traditional   She'll be comming 'round the mountain  
Cohan   Over there  
Traditional   Allouette  
Traditional   Waltzing Matilda  
Darewski   The Army and the Navy and the Air force  
Noel   Kiss me goodnight, sergeant-major  
Traditional   the quartetmaster store  
Parker, Charlie   There'll always be an England  
Kahl   I'll be seeing you  
Parker, Charlie   We'll meet again  
Arne, Thomas   God Save the Queen  

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