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Tommy's tunes; a comprehensive collection of soldiers' songs, marching melodies, rude rhymes, and popular parodies,

Author: F T Nettleingham
Publisher: London, E. Macdonald, [1917]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New and revised editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Musical parodies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Nettleingham, F.T. (Frederick Thomas).
Tommy's tunes.
London, E. Macdonald, [1917]
(OCoLC)608818210
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F T Nettleingham
OCLC Number: 2841687
Description: 95 pages music scores 19 cm
Contents: Apres la guerre --
At the halt, on the left, form Platoon --
Ally Sloper's cavalree --
Birdman --
Boy's brigade --
Battle of Waterloo --
Cresol --
Coal fatigue --
Call the roll!!! --
Divisional rest --
D'ye ken Jan Smuts? --
Dying aviator --
Down in the valley --
Excelsior up to date --
Esprit de corps --
Fred Karno's army --
Fusilier chorus --
Grousing --
Ginger is an enemy of mine --
Gallant R.N.D. --
Grasshopper --
Guillemont --
Greener grows the grass --
Green grass grew all round --
Hiawatha --
Here we go again --
Ho ha --
Hoo ha ha! --
I don't want to be a soldier --
I want to be in Blighty --
I'm so bad --
I want to go home --
If it's German --
guns up! --
John Brown's baby --
Kitchener's army --
Little bit of fluff --
La-la, la-la --
Left! Left! --
Looping the loop --
Little dug-out in the West --
Mechanic's moan --
Mountains of Morne --
Mechanic's rosary --
Man, the dog, and the meadow --
Never mind --
Napoo --
Fini!! --
No quarter --
Ninety-nine bottles on the wall --
Ode to Tickler --
Our little wet trench in the West --
Old King Cole --
Omer drome --
Our Essex camp --
Old soldiers never die --
Onward, Queen Victorias! --
Our jam --
Old man's hammer --
Officers' wives --
Ode to the R.A.F. (Engine) --
Oh, had I the wings of an Avro! --
Ohio --
Pilot's psalm --
Reason why --
Recruiting parody no. 2 --
Rule, Britannia --
Ragtime army, R.F.C. --
Ragtime navy --
Rosary --
Hospital version --
Ragtime Flying Corps --
Ragtime aircraft builders --
R.F.C. recruiting song no. 1 --
R.F.C. recruiting song no. 2 --
Ronnel McConnel --
Skiboo --
Sing me to sleep --
Swanee River --
She was so kind to me --
Somme --
Strafe on the Kaiser --
Seaforth's sob --
Tipperary --
Tips --
This is the Flying Corps --
Trench parody --
They were happy, oh, so happy --
The Gawdblimey hat --
When this ruddy war is over --
Why did we join the army --
We are the ragtime army (Artists' O.T.C.) --
We are the ragtime army (Anzac version) --
Wail of the new armies --
We are the Royal Sappers --
Who killed Cock Robin? --
When they were up, they were up --
We are the boys who make no noise --
We are but little soldiers weak --
Whiter than the whitewash --
Your King and country need you.
Responsibility: composed, collected, and arranged on active service with the B.E.F., by F.T. Nettleingham.

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