Songs, ballads & parodies of WW1, 1914-18, arranged for voice + piano (some with guitar chord indications - the original publications are used), mostly as included in Joan Littlewood's iconic production for Stratford East in the 1960s.
And When I Die - trad.
Are We Downhearted? - trad.
Army of To-day's Alright, The - Lyle
Breaking Out of Barracks - trad.
Comrades - McGlennon
Far From Ypres I Long to Be (parody of Sing me to Sleep) - trad.
For You But Not For Me (The Bells of Hell go Tingalingaling) - trad.
Good Bye-ee - Weston & Lee
Goodbye Dolly Gray - Barnes
Hello! Hello! Who's Your Lady Friend? - Fragson
Here We Are! Here We Are!! Here We Are Again!!! - Knight & Lyle
Hitchy Koo - Muir & Abrahams
Hush! Here Comes a Whizz-bang (parody of Hush, here comes the Dream Man)
I Don't Want to be a Soldier (parody of I'll make a man of you) - Finck
I Want to go Home - trad.
If You Want To Find - trad.
If You Were the Only Girl in the World - Ayer
I'll Make a Man of You (On Monday I go out with a Soldier) - Finck
It's a Long Way to Tipperary - Judge & Williams
Jolly Good Luck to the Girl Who Loves a Soldier - Lyle
Kaiser Bill (parody of Pop Goes the Weasel)
Keep the Home Fires Burning - Novello
Last Mile Home, The - trad.
Leap Frog (parody of John Brown's Body)
Mademoiselle from Armentieres - Carlton & Tunbridge
Moon Shines Bright on Charlie Chaplin, The (parody of Pretty Red Wing) - Mills
Never Mind (parody)
No More Soldiering for Me (parody of What a friend we have in Jesus)
Oh! It’s A Lovely War - Long & Scott
Old Soldiers Never Die - trad.
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag - Powell
Plum and Apple (parody of A Wee Deoch-an-Doris)
Raining and Grousing (parody of Holy, holy, holy)
Rolling Home - trad.
Roses of Picardy - Wood
Row,Row,Row - Monaco
She was One of the Early Birds - Connor
Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers - Darewski
Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty - Mills, Godfrey & Scott
There's a Long, Long Trail - Elliiott
They Didn't Believe Me [Girl from Utah, The] - Kern
We are Fred Karno's Army (parody of The Church is One Foundation)
We Don't Want To (We are the King's Nav-ee!) - trad.
We Haven't Seen the Kaiser (parody)
We're Here Because (parody of Auld Lang Syne)
We've Had No Beer (parody of Abide with Me)
When Belgium Put the Kibosh on the Kaiser - Ellerton
When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose - Wenrich
Who Were You With Last Night? - Godfrey & Sheridan
Your King and Country (O, we don’t want to lose you) - Rubens