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A Selection Of Vera Lynn's Greatest Hits
Dame Vera Lynn, DBE
(born Vera Margaret Welch on 20 March 1917) is an English singer and actress whose musical recordings and performances were enormously popular during World War II. During the war she toured Egypt, India and Burma, giving outdoor concerts for the troops. She became known, and is still referred to, as "The Forces' Sweetheart"; the songs most associated with her are "We'll Meet Again", "The White Cliffs of Dover" and "There'll Always Be an England".
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The Anniversary Waltz
Words and music by Al Dubin & Dave Franklin.
Be Anything (But Be Mine)
By: Irving Gordon
Do You Ever DREAM OF TOMORROW (Like I Do)
Words and music by Jack Popplewell. 1945 Recorded by Vera Lynn. Vocal with Piano. Uke. Chords. 4 pages including front cover.
If I Had My Way Dear
Words by Lou Klein, music by James Kendis. Arranged for piano with vocal line and chord symbols. 4 Pages including front cover.
I'M SENDING MY BLESSINGS.
Words and music by Joe Lubin, Jos. Geo. Gilbert and Noel Gay 1944.
THE MISTLETOE KISS
By Michael Carr and Jack Popplewall 1942 Featured by Vera Lynn. Arranged for piano and voice, with chord symbols and ukulele diagrams. 4 pages including covers
Lyric by Sonny Miller and Fred S. Tysh. Music by Hans May. 1941
The Stars Will Remember (So Will I)
By Don Pelosi and Leo Towers 1946.
Music & Lyric By: Jos. Geo. Gilbert
When They Sound The Last All Clear
Music and Lyrics by Hugh Charles and Louis Elton. 1941
There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover.
Words by Nat Burton. Music by Walter Kent. Featured by Vera Lynn and later by Bebe Daniels.
English lyric by Jack Sherr. Music by Gonzalo Roig.