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Music of the First World War

   
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  1. Keep the lovelight burning in the window : 'till the boys come home

  2. Keep your head down, Fritzie Boy

  3. Lafayette : (we hear you calling)

  4. Liberty bell : it's time to ring again

  5. Long Boy (Good-Bye, Ma! Good-Bye, Pa! Good-Bye, Mule With Yer Old Hee-Haw!)

  6. Lorraine : (my beautiful Alsace-Lorraine) /

  7. Marching song of the 318th Eng'rs

  8. My Belgian rose

  9. My dream of the U.S.A.

  10. My sweetheart is somewhere in France

  11. National emblem march

  12. Oh! Frenchy

  13. Oh! Frenchy

  14. Oh! how I hate to get up in the morning : Irving Berlin's bugle song.

  15. Oh! How I wish I could sleep : until my daddy comes home

  16. Over the top

  17. Over there

  18. Ragtime soldier man

  19. Say a prayer for the boys out there

  20. Send me a line when I'm across the ocean

  21. Set aside your tears : (till the boys come marching home)

  22. So long, mother : Al. Jolson's mother song

  23. Someone is waiting for you : the greater mother love song

  24. Somewhere in France : (is the Lily)

  25. Somewhere in France is Daddy

  26. Spring, sweet spring

  27. The Army's full of Irish : a man from Erin never runs, he's Irish

  28. The battle song of liberty : set to the music of 'Our director'

  29. The call of the U. S. A.

  30. The complete score as a PDF file


  31. The Dixie Volunteers

  32. The finest flag that flies

  33. The girl who wears a red cross on her sleeve

  34. The home guard : school march for piano

  35. The little grey mother who waits all alone : march ballad

  36. The nation's call : (for humanity and right)

  37. The ocean must be free

  38. The rose of No Man's Land (La rose sous les boulets)

  39. Then you can come back to me (after the battle is over)

  40. There's a green hill out in Flanders : (there's a green hill up in Maine)

  41. There's a picture in my old kit bag

  42. There's a service flag flying at our house

  43. Till we meet again : song

  44. Tom, Dick and Harry and Jack : (hurry back)

  45. Transcriptions of famous war songs for the piano

  46. Watch, hope and wait little girl : I'm coming back to you

  47. We are all Americans

  48. We don't want the bacon : what we want is a piece of the Rhine

  49. We want our Daddy dear, back home : hello central, give me France : baby ballad

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