excerpt from 'Those Happy Highways: an autobiography' pp. 25 (92 words)

excerpt from 'Those Happy Highways: an autobiography' pp. 25 (92 words)

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Those Happy Highways: an autobiography

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There was a one song which we children sang during [World War I], in addition to the choruses which the troops marched to, such as “Tipperary”, “Pack up your troubles”, “Long, long trail”, Madamoiselle from Armentieres” and many others; our speciality went as follows to the tune of "Pretty Red Wing”,

 

"When the moon shines bright on Charlie Chaplin,

His boots are cracking

For the want of blacking,

And his little baggy trousers they want mending

Before they send him to the Dardanelles.” 

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