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Its A Long, Long Way to Tipperary

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8 Responses to Its A Long, Long Way to Tipperary

  1. John McCormack - It's A Long Way To Tipperary. This famous world war I British anthem was first recorded by John McCormack() in with the VICTOR. Permalink
  2. Directed by Maurice Elvey. With Elisabeth Risdon, James Russell, A.V. Bramble, M. Gray Murray. An Irish Nationalist give his life to save his rival, an Ulster Volunteer. Permalink
  3. It’s a Long Way to Tipperary Lyrics: Up to mighty London came / An Irish lad one day / All the streets were paved with gold / So everyone was gay! Permalink
  4. Awaiting orders to hunt British convoys and disgusted by Goring’s vainglorious boasts about forthcoming victories, the Captain of U asks for a song to bre. Permalink
  5. Sideshow Produced By Lyrics And MP3 download available at Permalink
  6. A British army song that became popular during ww1. Permalink
  7. Also known as "It's A Long Way To Tipperary", "The Tipperary Song" or simply "Tipperary", this was the first hit song of World War One in the UK, though there is some controversy over its origin, as explained by Richard Anthony Baker in his monograph British Music Hall: An Illustrated History. Permalink
  8. It's a long way to Tipperary. And the sweetest girl I know! Farewell, Piccadilly, Goodbye, Leicester Square! It's a long long way to Tipperary, But my heart's right there. La la la la, ladies and gentlemen, The great Mr. John McCormick sang this song all over the world. As well as Ms. Florie Fort from England. Permalink

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