sung by ARCHIE ARMSTRONG (baritone)
Great Britain is the noblest land"
A smile from the girl of my heart
Let's seek the bower of Robin Hood
Ah, well-a-day, my poor heart
The Post Captain
The Heaving of the Lead
(all arranged Moffat)
The Wolf (arranged Walsh Holmes )
Old England's a lion
at the Organ of the Lonsdale Cinema,
Musical Comedy Favourites : including : Song of the Vagabonds (The Vagabond King) (Friml). Indian Love Call (Rose Marie) (Friml). Students' Chorus and Serenade (The Student Prince) (Romberg). Waltz (The Merry Widow) (Lehdr). Lover, come back to me (The New Moon) (Romberg). My Hero (The Chocolate Soldier) (Straus). A Bachelor gay (The Maid of the Mountains) (Fraser-Simson). March and One Alone (The Desert Song) (Romberg)
A Popular Medley including : We're tops on Saturday night (Kennedy and Carr). All my life (Stept). Close of a long, long day (Marvin). Somebody stole my gal (Wood). Shoe shine boy (Chaplin). Robins and Roses (Burke). Would you ? (Brown). Wake up and sing (Friend)
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