I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier

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Title:
I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Publisher:
Leo Feist, Inc.
Place of Publication:
New York City
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General Note:
A single piece of sheet music (Leo Feist, Inc., NYC - 1915) with words by Alfred Bryan and music by Al Piantadosi ("A Mother's Plea for Peace - Respectfully Dedicated to every Mother - Everywhere - By the Writers of GOOD LUCK, MARY" - Featured by CHIEF TENDEHOA - with cover-inset photograph).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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2 Respectfully dedicated to Every Mother Everywkere

I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier

Words by by theWriters of Music by
ALFRED BRYAN Good Luck, Mary" AL. PIANTADOSI
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mem ber that my boy be longs to me!








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"The Saturday Evening Post"





he aLtle Sp ark n On the Shores
of Love Still ur in of Italy"


Yes--"There's a little spark of love still burning." Not every song can furnish a whole evening's enLong before you finish the first verse the sparks of tertainment. But "On the Shores of Italy" can.
rhythm have become big, burning brands of bright, Let someone start it on the piano. Watch the sparkling, tuneful melody, others and see how quickly they catch the magic of its sunny strains and begin
CdRUs singing this really worthS wiildflove ballad.
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___i_ t -On the shore of It al y, there my sweet-heartwa s for ... ..
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song is certainly a joy-thril- . .
ler; don't stop; play it again "_and again!" It is that good! I
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for anybody that "There's
a Little Spark of Love" is ," _some song!.
by, come back to me And ll take a ship some dy Then 'll These pieces may also be
procured for your Talking Machine or Player Piano.
Orchestra leaders will gladly
play them on request. J

ON SALE AT EVERY MUSIC COUNTER-ASK THE PIANIST TO PLAY THEM
Other Popular "FEIST"' Songs! "When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big led "One Idea About the Girls." Eddie Morton's big hit.
Rose." The song with the melody you can't forget. "Yiddish Wedding Jubilee." Sung by Fannie Brice.
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anti-war song sensation. By Bryan & Piantadosi. "The Aba Daba Honeymoon." Ruth Roye's big success.
"Bum Diddle-de-am Dum, That's It." Great Novelty. "Beautiful Roses." Song and Hesitation Waltz. Fea"I'm Glad My Wife's in Europe." Sung by Al Jolson tured by Bert Erroll.
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