Goodbye Germany / words by J. Edwin McConnell and Lincoln McConnell ; music by J. Edwin McConnell.
AuthorComposer:McConnell, J. Edwin
Author of Text:McConnell, Lincoln; McConnell, J. Edwin
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SubjectWorld War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music; Popular music -- United States -- 1911-1920; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character)
For voice and piano.Caption title.Page 1 is unnumbered.Advertisement for "Cheerful blues" and three other songs: p. Cover illustration: drawing of German soldier being crushed by Uncle Sam’s boots.
PublisherTed Browne Music Co.
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-textUncle Sam is now fixed up for war.
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-chorusGoodbye Germany so long Germany.
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