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Songs from the front and rear : Canadian servicemen's songs of the Second World War

Author: Anthony Hopkins
Publisher: Edmonton : Hurtig, 1979.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Hopkins
ISBN: 0888301723 : 9780888301727 0888301715 : 9780888301710
OCLC Number: 15905196
Contents: A-25 --
Admiralty house supper song --
Alliford Bay --
Artillery alphabet --
Athabaskan's finish --
The ball of Kirriemuir --
A band of banshee airmen --
The battle of Halifax --
Beer is best --
Bell-bottom trousers --
The bells of hell --
Beneath the barber pole --
Bless 'em all --
Bless 'em all-Corvettes --
Bless 'em all-Lancasters --
Bless 'em all-Wellingtons --
The blackbird --
The bold aviator --
Bollocky Bill the sailor --
Bunch of bastards --
Cats on the rooftops --
Caviar song --
The chandler's shop --
Christmas day in the workhouse --
Christopher Columbo --
Cocaine Bill and Morphine Sue --
D-Day dodgers --
Don't send me home --
Drunk last night --
The fighting 43rd --
The first thing they asked for --
Flying fortresses --
413 Squadron --
417's lament --
Get hold of this --
Girls of the King's Navy --
Glenwhorple Highlanders --
Good ship Venus --
The great wheel --
Green grow the rushes --
The gunner's lament --
Has anyone seen the Colonel? --
He ain't gonna jump no more --
He'll never fly home again --
Here's to good old beer --
Hitler has only got one ball --
How ashamed I was --
How ashamed I was-WD version --
How the money rolls in --
I don't want no more of Navy life --
I don't want to be a soldier --
I was chasing one-elevens --
I'd like to find the sergeant --
If I were a merry maid --
It's the syme the whole world over --
I've got sixpence --
The jolly tinker (Cont.): Kafusalem --
The King's Navy --
Kiss me good-night, Sergeant-Major --
Knees up, Mother Brown --
Lament --
Lay that Luger down --
Let's have a party --
Lilli Marlene --
Lulu --
Lydia Pink --
Mademoiselle from Armentieres --
The Maple Leaf Squadron --
My brother Sylveste --
My only woodbine --
My sweet little Air Force blue suit --
Night-gown of blue --
North Atlantic Squadron --
North Atlantic Squadron-standard version --
No. 5 Squadron song --
O'er the hills of Sicily --
Old Destroyer Squadron --
Old King Cole --
Old King Cole-423 Squadron --
The old monk --
On Ilkla Moor --
Onwards to the Po --
Ops in a Wimpey --
O'Reilly's daughter --
Pack up your troubles --
A personal friend of mine --
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition --
Prince Henry song --
The quarter master's stores --
Retreat to Leeds --
The ric-a-dam-doo --
Ringy dang doo --
Roll along, Wavy Navy --
Roll me over --
Roll your leg over --
The Saguenay song --
Salome --
Screw-guns --
She wore a yellow ribbon --
Sing us another one --
692 song --
Skidding down the runway --
South of Colombo --
South of the Sangro --
Stand to your glasses, steady --
Subaltern's song --
Sweet violets --
Tavern in the town --
Three German officers crossed the Rhine --
Times is hard --
Tipperary --
To the stars --
23rd Flotilla --
The Valley of the Ruhr --
The wearin' of the green --
West Atlantic Squadron --
When I am LOB --
When this bloody war is over --
The woad song.
Responsibility: Anthony Hopkins.

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