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These songs are listened to by many people all over the world. London is most likely where the collection of songs is most popular but it wouldn't be uncommon to find them heard in U.S. cities like Los Angeles, San Diego and New York. People of all professions from a California attorney to a police officer in Cambridge can enjoy the old English Music Hall songs.
A copy of most of these songs is also available in printed form in my book with the title "Lyrics to Songs from the Music Hall" from Amazon.com.
Here is a link to a Brewerania site that deals in beer mats and bar towels. It will help give some real atmosphere to that special place at home.
|A free Subscription to the WebZine, "An Encyclopedia of the British Music Hall" can be obtained from email@example.com|
Or go to this special site dedicated to the Edwardian Music Hall.
There are also many of these songs on the following site, MORE WWII AND MUSIC HALL DOWNLOADS from Jill Daniels.
The words to the songs shown below can be accessed by clicking on the titles: Music is also available for the songs shown with * . Wherever possible, these are in the form of Song/Music Sheets, although this form is not always available. When the actual muic sheets are unavailable, an audio version may also be indicated and, if you have Microsoft Media Player, or something similar, you'll at least be able to listen to the words.
Alphabetic List of songs appearing on this site.
Please pan down if you don't immediately see the song you were looking for on the page (It will be there).
Click Here to see a list of songs and music that I will be adding over the next few weeks. Please check back for new songs as they are added.
A medly of Songs sung by:
These songs were sent to me from New South Wales, Australia, by Paul Fraser.
Newgate Prison in 1920
All me Life I wanted to be a Barrer Boy* (WAV Audio)
Up the Apples and Pears * (WAV Audio)
Where Did you Get that Hat ?* (MP3 Audio)
Hello, Hello, Who's yer Lady Friend ?*
Wotcher - Knocked 'em in the Old Kent Road*
With Me Little Ukelele in Me Hand
(Audio version via YouTube video)
Beside the Seaside, Beside the Sea *
(MP3 Audio) (YouTube Video)
Don't Dilly Dally on the Way(My Old Man) * (YouTube video)
Two Lovely Black Eyes
Doing the Lambeth Walk
(You Tube musical video).
For Me and My Girl (MP3 Audio)
A Little Bit of Cucumber. *
(YouTube Musical Video)
(MP3 Audio) (YouTube video)
* (YouTube video)
Brought to my attention by David Thomas (Hamilton, Ontario)