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Eric Bogle song book [music]
Bib ID 88112
Format MusicMusic
Author
Bogle, Eric, 1944-
 
Printer (1981 printing)
Description Paddington, N.S.W. : Banksiaman Press and Larrikin Records, c1980 
1 score ([68] p.) : ill. ; 28 cm. 
Full contents
  • My pal Mal
  • The band played Waltzing Matilda
  • No man's land
  • Leaving Nancy
  • Since Nancy died
  • I hate wogs
  • Now I'm easy
  • The song of the whale
  • Leaving in the morning
  • Glasgow lullaby
 
Notes

Cover title.

Words and music by Eric Bogle.

For medium voice and guitar.

Melody lines only.

Subjects Folk songs, English -- Australia.

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