The Bumper Book of Music Hall published by Faber

The Bumper Book of Music Hall published by Faber

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The Bumper Book of Music Hall published by Faber.

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ISBN:  9780571532223
Publisher:  Faber
Edition:  532225

The Bumper Book of Music Hall published by Faber.

Sample the spirit of the British Music Hall with this collection of music hall songs arranged for Piano and vocal with Guitar chord symbols. One hundred of the best known songs dating from the 1860s to the 1930s.

A Bird In A Guilded Cage
A Little Of What You Fancy!
And Her Golden Hair Was Hanging Down Her Back
Another Little Drink (Wouldn't Do Us Any Harm)
Any Old Iron?
Are We To Part Like This
'arry 'Arry 'Arry
Ask A P'liceman
At Trinity Church
Burlington Bertie From Bow
Captain Ginjah O.T
Champagne Charlie
Darling Mabel (The Love Letter)
Don't Dilly Dally On The Way (My Old Man)
Don't Have Any More Missus Moore
Fall In And Follow Me
Following In Father's Footsteps
From Marble Arch To Leicester Square
Gilbert The Filbert
Ginger, You're Barmy
Goodbye Dolly Gray
He'd Have To Get Under, Get Out And Get Under
Hello! Hello! Who's Your Lady Friend?
Here We Are! Here We Are!! Here We Are Again!!!
I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside
I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard
I Live In Trafalgar Square
I Used To Sigh For The Silvery Moon
I Want To Sing In Opera
I Was A Good Little Girl Till I Met You
I Wouldnít Leave My Little Wooden Hut For You
Iím Henery The Eigth, I Am!
Iím Twenty-one To-day
If I Should Plant A Tiny Seed Of Love
If It Wasnít For The Ďouses In Between
If Those Lips Could Only Speak
I'm Shy Shy Mary Ellen, I'm Shy
In The Summertime
In The Twi-twi-twilight
Itís A Great Big Shame Itís All Right
It's A Bit Of A Ruin That Cromwell Knocked About A Bit
Jolly Good Luck To The Girl Who Loves A Soldier
Just Like The Ivy Iíll Cling To You
Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Let The Great Big World Keep Turning
Let The Rest Of The World Go By
Lily Of Laguna
Little Annie Rooney
Little Dolly Daydream (Pride Of Idaho)
Little Yellow Bird
My Fiddle Is My Sweetheart
My Girl's A Yorkshire Girl
My Old Dutch
Nobody Loves A Fairy When She's Forty
Now I Have To Call Him Father
Oh Mr Porter
Oh! Oh! Antonio
Poor John
Popsy Wopsy!
Riding On Top Of The Car
Row, Row, Row
Sea Weed
She Cost Me Seven-and-sixpence
She Sells Sea-shells
She Was One Of The Early Birds
She's A Lassie From Lancashire
Ship Ahoy! (All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor)
Sister Susies Sewing Shirts
Sons Of The Sea
Stop Yer Tickling, Jock!
The Boy I Love Is Up In The Gallery
The End Of My Cigar
The Future Mrs. 'Awkins
The Galloping Major
The Honeysuckle And The Bee
The Man On The Flying Trapeze
The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo
The Minerís Dream Of Home
The Night I Appeared As Macbeth
The Old Brigade
The Rest Of The Dayís Your Own
There They Are - The Two Of 'Em-on Their Own
There's A Long Long Trail
Three Pots A Shilling
Two Little Girls In Blue
Waiting At The Church
What I Want Is A Proper Cup O' Coffee
When Father Papered The Parlour
When I Leave The World Behind
When I Take My Morning Promenade
When The Summer Comes Again
When There Isnít A Girl About
Where Did You Get That Hat?
Who Were You With Last Night?
Why Am I Always The Bridesmaid?
Why Did I Leave My Little Back Room?
With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm
Wot Cher (Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road)

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