The immortal It's a long, long way to Tipperary

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The immortal It's a long, long way to Tipperary

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Title:
The immortal It's a long, long way to Tipperary
Creator:
Judge, Jack ( Composer )
Williams, Harry ( Composer )
Place of Publication:
2 & 3 Arthur Street, New Oxford Street, W.C.
Publisher:
Chappell & Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Edition:
Feldman's 6d edition

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Popular music -- Scores -- United States -- 1911-1920 ( lcsh )
World War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music ( lcsh )

Notes

General Note:
Sung by the solders of the king.
General Note:
"The marching anthem on the battlefields of Europe"
General Note:
Portrait on the cover. Photo by Lafayette.

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Source Institution:
University Of South Florida
Holding Location:
University Of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
025768298 ( ALEPH )
44458434 ( OCLC )
I15-00015 ( USFLDC DOI )
i15.15 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Irish Studies

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Writte12a12d (Sm posed BY dACKJunOE Afi0HARRY WILLIAMS: CoPYRIG:HT LONDON, 8.FELDMAN &CQ 2 &3, ARTHUR STREET, NEW OXFORD 5TREET1 W.C. Copyrqhr AICMXll in Americe1by

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FELDMAN'S FAMOUS IRISH SONGS. It takes an Irish heattt to sing an !Fish iMng THE GREATEST IllISH CHORUS SONG EVER WRITTEN. Written and Cumposed by FRED. GODFREY &: WO R TON DA VID. Chorus. Sing a a bout the dear ol!l Home;Smg rl song of Old Lang Syne ; ..... .. ... Sing a song a-bout the g irl yo u r cJ I F' p I j; Si n g a song a -bout the Mis sis -sip -pi, O r t h e da r k -ies f't r i1 P. Ir J > ... Iii ----.. .. hea.r_t f o sing a n : ,J shuff-llng a lo n!, .. .. .. ... .. .... But d on't for-get i t tnlc e s an I -r i sh I -.. .. :..: ....... I "' s s : .. 'J i ; .. .. "' 6::f Ll s:i ...... .. : ::> -= -.-" .-" I I -l' I .,, .., .,, 11 i..---'-""' .......___ ... I -.. "WdFe !Fish, ancl. pttoucl of it, too:' Written and C ompo s e d by Choru s. TOM MELLOR, KARRY GI F FORD and FRED GODFREY. I -rish,. ..... andproudof i t too! : .......... .. .. r I --lJ I r I I ...... -..... ... do n' t c a reif i t sno ws, We c om e from the land Whe r e t h e sham ro ck grO'WS, S u re w.Sr e I rish, a ndp roud o f it; ... And we all like a hul-la b a" I I I l I I l I I I -"' ..... 11" .. ........ .. : ... ... .... ... .:'.:::=: :::: ... r .. .., ........... -I p11----..._ ,,-" -.. -I .. I I r I I/ I -;. r I Y' I r I r I v I I see t he fun, too l. .. .. ........ 1914 by B .FELDMAN cf e r L on dr>7t,.E.'o1,11" ON SALE EVERYWHERE IN FELDMANS 6!! EDIT ION. L ondon: B FELDMAN & CP, 2 & 3, Arthu:r Street New Oxford Street, W. C.

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C_R_A_. _Z_E_S_ Mello! hello! who's youtt Lacly F11iencl? .Written by WORTON DAVID and BERT LEE. Composed by HARRY FRAGSON Chorus. girl ie by your side? .............. ... Ive. seen you l I.I I I .,.__.,, I I with a girl or two-Ohl ob! oh! I am surprised at you, Hel lo!.: ..... hd lo! stop your lit -tle games-Don't you think your I "i t... I I I I I I I ti '"' -.. .. c; ...... ... .. '-'--.:.__,. .. ... ... "71 "'ii 'T rurr ....... -i' --. h ... .. .. .. .. I r I I r I r I :J .. :J '"' :;i :J -:J. I > > > > I.I r -ways you ou ght to mend?, ................... It is-nt the girl I saw you with at Brigh ---ton, Who-who who's your la -dy friend? .......... .. I l =r =t "i" :::; l I '='". "' 711 4 ... "71 1-..:... ,-..:_,.+ "VI ,. c; --:t;: I :::--.. ... b .. .. ... h-.. .J. .. .. I > 4 .. I ,. I I I '"'. C o py,..i ght 1913 by B FELDJ!fAN & C ? l.o 'tdo11,Eng: BEAUTIFUL BABY DOLL. Written and Composed by N.AT. D. AYER. Chorus. You're some Ba-by Doll, When you startthat loYin' That's a style of your own,. ... I cartt help but holler out;' Good -bye Hap-py H o me \ tight, Squeeze w ith all your might, .. Oh, when you al ways do, !'11 do just what you want me to, ToU're the best of all, ...... My Beau-ti-ful Ba -by Dolli >> Copyright 1914 by /1. Feldman d CQ, Lcmdon Eng. London: B. FELDMAN & CSJ 2 & 3, Arthur Street, New Oxford Street, W. C.

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FOUR SUCCESSFUL COMPOSITIONS OF JACK JUDGE AND HARRY WILLIAMS THE LOOK OUT WE'RE ALL MOTHER WHEN HOW UNDER THE WAY THE THE BAND ARE SAME OLD WIND BEGINS TO YER! FLAG. BLOWS. PLAY. "Ifs a long, long way to Tippeitaity?' Written & Composed by JACK JUDGE & HARRY WILLIAMS. Allegro con Spirito. VOICE. PIANO. fl I .. ......... -.. -. v tJ fl I .. .. --.., ... ---. -_J -... "' _, ... \ < It -.. .. \ :::::-:::::-1-. I-II I I- --. ""' E -.. Up to migh -ty / Lon -don came an Pad -dy wrote a Mol -ly wrote a let -ter to his neat re ply to J --__, _, --. -. -. ------. .. -::::-::>-, ... .. .. .. ,_ ""' -.... ... Ir -ish man one day, Ir -ish Mol -ly Ir -ish Pad -dy o: o' Copyright, 1912, by B. Feldman &: Co. '" ... ., ... .... -""' ---. -::::-sf:::,... .. -" -. -. !/ _,_ "'ii For the United States of America and Canada by B. Feldman &: Co. For all other Countries B. Feldman & Co., London, England. All Rights Reserved. All Mechanical and Performing Rights Strictly Reserved.

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.Pl : r d As the streets are paved with gold, sure Say .:. ini,'Should you not re ceive it, Say ini,'Mike Ma lon -ey wants to Sing -ing songs of "If I make mis Leave the Strand and Pie takes Pie -Pad dy got ex -cit ca dil ly, in spell ing;' ca dil ly, -ed, then .d : t, ev -'ry one was write and let me mar -ry me, and Strand and Leices-ter Mol ly dear;' said or you'll be to he shout ed to gay; know! so Square, he, blame, them mem -ber.: it's the pen that's bad, don't lay the on love has fair -ly drove me sil -ly-hop mg you're the It's a long, long way to Tipperary. ''-" r 3 r Till "Re For -II there:me" same!'' '-"

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