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Oh It's a Lovely War, Vol. 4 [2 Discs] [CD]

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Songs

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  • Plum and Apple Fred Hilton (December 1917)
  • Blighty for Me Dick Denton (October 1916)
  • Ten Little Zeppelins Harry Bluff (February 1917)
  • No More Bully Beef & Biscuits Fred Haywood (1919)
  • Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air, Boys Harry Fay (May 1920)
  • For Empire & For England Harrison Latimer (May 1915)
  • The Bulldog's Bark Stanley Kirkby (February 1912)
  • Appeal for £1,000,000 for Maimed Scottish Soldiers & Sailors Harry Lau
  • Shouther to Shouther (Shoulder to Shoulder) Harry Lauder (August 1917)
  • Captain Ginjah, O.T. George Bastow (December 1911)
  • Just Keep Marching Along Foster Richardson (October 1917)
  • All the Boys in Khaki Get the Nice Girls F.W. Ramsey (December 1915)
  • They Didn't Believe Me Jessie Donaldson & Lionel Rothery (August 1916)
  • Carry on, Madelon Lionel Rothery (December 1919)
  • In My Aeroplane for Two Herbert Payne (December 1907)
  • At the End of a Lane of Shadows Foster Richardson (July 1918)
  • Sergeant Solomon Isaacstein Gus Harris (October 1916)
  • We Shall All Do the Goose Step Stanley Kirkby (February 1915)
  • When Irish Eyes Are Smiling John McCormack (September 1916)
  • Somewhere a Voice Is Calling John McCormack (November 1914)
  • Courage Ruby Helder (November 1914)
  • Capture of a German Spy Descriptive Record (December 1914)
  • There's a Tramp Tramp Tramp Upon the Highway Robert Carr (October 1918)
  • It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary Unknown British Pow
  • A Perfect Day Royal Cremona Orchestra (July 1916)
  • I'd Like to Be a Hero, Too Henry Britton (Aka George Baker) (November 1
  • The Girls All Dote on a Military Man Harry Fay (December 1911)
  • When You Know You're Not Forgotten by the Girl You Can't Forget Stanley
  • Tell My Daddy to Come Home Again Stanley Kirkby (February 1915)
  • The Corporal's Ditty Harry Dearth (1911)
  • The Company Sergeant Major Harry Dearth (1911)
  • DeParture of Australian Troops for the Front Descriptive Record (May 19
  • A 'British' Hero Descriptive Record (December 1914)
  • Blighty Herbert Payne (September 1916)
  • England! Thy Name! Robert English (September 1914)
  • Oh! Oh! Oh! I Want to Go Home Harry Fay (February 1919)
  • I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles Robert Thurston (March 1920)
  • I've a Bit of a Blighty One Vesta Tilley (1917)
  • The Lads from Our Village Zona Vevey (July 1917)
  • There's a Land Stanley Kirkby (September 1914)
  • Work, Boys, Work (And Be Contented) Harry Champion (October 1915)
  • When the Moon Shines Bright on Charlie Chaplin Stanley Kirkby (December
  • Baby Tank (Fox-Trot) Black Diamonds Band (January 1919)
  • There's a Ship That's Bound for Blighty Olive Burton (1916)
  • Belgian National Anthem (LA Brabanconne) Ivor Lewis and Walter Wilmott
  • The Marseillaise King's Military Band (August 1914)
  • When We March Through Berlin Town Edward Glynn (1915)
  • DeUtschland Uber Alles Orchestra (Circa 1910)
  • Lloyd George's Beer Ernie Mayne (1917)
  • Poppy Appeal Message Prince Edward, H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (1933)
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