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Paul Alfred Rubens (29 April 1875 – 5 February 1917) was an English songwriter and librettist who wrote some of the most popular Edwardian musical comedies of the early twentieth century. He contributed to the success of dozens of musicals.

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Uniform title: Sunshine girl. I've been to the Durbar. Selections
by Rubens, Paul A. (Paul Alfred), 1875-1917
New York, [N.Y.] ; Melbourne : Chappell & Co, c1912
 
 
Uniform title: Country girl. I can laugh, I can love
by Rubens, Paul A. (Paul Alfred), 1875-1917
London : New York : Chappell & Co. ; sole agents for the United States of America, Boosey & Co., [1902] , ©1902
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Sunshine girl. Tiny touch. Vocal score
by Rubens, Paul A. (Paul Alfred), 1875-1917
New York, [N.Y.] ; Melbourne : Chappell & Co, c1912
 
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