excerpt from 'Memories: Minnie Frisby' pp. I:10 (143 words)

excerpt from 'Memories: Minnie Frisby' pp. I:10 (143 words)

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Memories: Minnie Frisby

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Yes we had our sweethearts in those days, and nearly all the lads would have some musical instrument such as Melodions and Concertinas and mouth organs, and that is the way they called their sweethearts out. I myself always knew who was playing “Wait till the clouds roll by Jenny”, and that lovely old song “Erin on the Ryhne [sic]” which I have not heard sung for more than 50 years until a little while ago [1943] ; I heard it played in a Medley by a dance band on the German wireless it sounded lovely ; I must quote a verse of it,

“O, Love dear Love be true, This heart is only thine, When the war is O’er, We’ll part no more, At Erin on the Rhyne”.

 

Yes, I used to love those old songs.

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