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When you come back [music] : and you will come back, there's the whole world world waiting for you : march song / words and music by George M. Cohan
Bib ID 2027759
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Cohan, George M. (George Michael), 1878-1942
 
Online Versions
Description Melbourne : Allan & Co., c1918 
1 score ([2] p.) ; 36 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

Includes words by Eardley Turner of the Australian version of this song.

"J. & N. Tait & Bailey & Grant's pantomime Jack and Jill song successes"--Cover.

Cover bears port. of Virginia Roche.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-169661060

Subjects Patriotic music -- Australia.  |  World War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music.  |  Popular music -- 1911-1920.  |  Patriotic music -- United States.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Turner, Eardley, -1929

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