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WWII In American Music: Wartime Romance
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Part 12: Wartime Romance
A more detailed examination of this topic is planned for the future. In the meantime, this small archive is presented.
"She's Got a Great Big Army of Friends" by Hoosier Hot Shots (1942)
sound "She's Got a Great Big Army of Friends" by Hoosier Hot Shots (1942)
"Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland" by Barry Wood (1942)
sound "Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland" by Barry Wood (1942)
"Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland" by Dennis Day (1942)
sound "Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland" by Dennis Day (1942)
"Nursie! Nursie!" by Shep Fields (1942)
sound "Nursie! Nursie!" by Shep Fields (1942)
"Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Jeep" by Horace Heidt (1942)
sound "Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Jeep" by Horace Heidt (1942)
"Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Jeep" by Spike Jones (1942)
sound "Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Jeep" by Spike Jones (1942)
"Saga of Susie Brown" by Happy Jim Parsons (1942)
sound "Saga of Susie Brown" by Happy Jim Parsons (1942)
Sheet Music: "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" (1942)
Sheet Music: "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" (1942)
"I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" by Kenny Baker (1942)
sound "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" by Kenny Baker (1942)
"I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" by Cpl. Earl Oxford (1942)
sound "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" by Cpl. Earl Oxford (1942)
"You Can't Say No To a Soldier" by Joan Merrill (1942)
sound "You Can't Say No To a Soldier" by Joan Merrill (1942)
"I Got Ten Bucks and Twenty-Four Hours' Leave" by The Merry Macs (1943)
sound "I Got Ten Bucks and Twenty-Four Hours' Leave" by The Merry Macs (1943)
Sheet Music: "Bell Bottom Blues" (1943)
Sheet Music: "Bell Bottom Blues" (1943)
"Furlough Fling" by Freddie Slack (1943)
sound "Furlough Fling" by Freddie Slack (1943)
"The Lass With The Delicate Air" (V-Disc) by Josh White (1943)
sound "The Lass With The Delicate Air" (V-Disc) by Josh White (1943)
"Fellow on a Furlough" (V-Disc) by Glenn Miller (1943)
sound "Fellow on a Furlough" (V-Disc) by Glenn Miller (1943)
"She Gave Her Heart to a Soldier Boy" by Art Dickson (1943)
sound "She Gave Her Heart to a Soldier Boy" by Art Dickson (1943)
"In My Arms" by Dick Haymes (1943)
sound "In My Arms" by Dick Haymes (1943)
Sheet Music: "I Wanna Get Married" (1944)
Sheet Music: "I Wanna Get Married" (1944)
"Private First Class Mary Brown" by Perry Como (1944)
sound "Private First Class Mary Brown" by Perry Como (1944)
"Filipino Baby" by Cowboy Copas (1944)
sound "Filipino Baby" by Cowboy Copas (1944)
"Filipino Baby" by Ernest Tubb (1946)
sound "Filipino Baby" by Ernest Tubb (1946)
"There's a Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie" by Bing Crosy & Andrews Sisters (1944)
sound "There's a Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie" by Bing Crosy & Andrews Sisters (1944)
"Peggy, The Pin-Up Girl" (V-Disc) by Glenn Miller (1944)
sound "Peggy, The Pin-Up Girl" (V-Disc) by Glenn Miller (1944)
"Memories of France" by Dick Thomas (1948)
sound "Memories of France" by Dick Thomas (1948)
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