I'm Proud to Be The Sweetheart Of A Soldier

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Title:
I'm Proud to Be The Sweetheart Of A Soldier
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Mixed Material
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English
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Shapiro, Bernstein and Co.
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New York
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A single piece of sheet music (Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., NYC - 1918) with words and music by Mary Earl (Pen name for Robert King).

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I'm Proud To Be The Sweetheart Of A Soldier

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in the long a go Her heart is there with him some-whereAnd sh wants the world to know:







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A LIST OF SELLING SONGS AND INSTRUMENTAL SUCCESSES
1Y SWEETHEART IS SOMWWHERE IN FRANCE--By flary Earl BEAUTIFUL OHIO WALTZ-By Mary Earl
I''1 PROUD TO BE THE SWEETHEART OF A SOLDIER-By Mary Earl ROfIANY WALTZ
THAT'S WHAT IRELAND lEANS TO ME BOOGIE RAG-By Sweatman
THE RAGTIfIA VOLUNTEERS ARE OFF TO WAR DOROTHY WALTZES
GEE! WHAT A WONDERFUL TIfIE WE'LL HAVE WHEN DORTHY STES
THE BOYS COME HOME BANTAM STEP--FOX-TROT
THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING DOIN' DOWN IN DIXIE ON A SUIIER NIGHT-SLOW FOX-TROT
THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY TO GERMANY GRANADA WALTZ
WHEN PATTI SANG ", HOME, SWEET HOME" IN THE EVERGLADES-DESCRIPTIVB
COTTON PICKERS' PICNIC DAY A LOVE OF YESTERDAY TAR HEEL BLUESmn ia II
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