I don’t want to get well / music by Harry Jentes ; words by Howard Johnson & Harry Pease.
AuthorComposer:Jentes, Harry, 1887-1958
Author of Text:Johnson, Howard E., 1887-1941; Pease, Harry, 1886-1945
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SubjectWorld War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music; Convalescence -- Songs and music; War wounds -- Songs and music; War -- Relief of sick and wounded -- Songs and music; Nurses -- Songs and music; Soldiers -- Songs and music; Popular music -- United States -- 1911-1920; Songs with piano; Soldiers -- Pictorial works; War wounds -- Patients -- Pictorial works; Nurses -- Pictorial works; Military hospitals -- Pictorial works; Hospital beds -- Pictorial works; Windows -- Pictorial works; Combat -- Pictorial works; Military trucks -- Pictorial works
For voice and piano.Caption title.Advertising includes musical incipits for "Goodbye Broadway, hello France", "Where do we go from here?", "Mother, Dixie and you" and "There’s something in the name of Ireland."Cover illustration: Wounded soldier lying in a hospital bed, his chart on the wall, being handed a drink by a young nurse in a plain white cap and through the window behind them can be seen a truck, explosions and two soldiers falling as they’re being shot / Starmer.
PublisherLeo Feist, Inc.
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-textI just received an answer to a letter that I wrote
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