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So prepare--say a pray'r--send the word, send the word to beware
We'll be over, we're coming over
And we won't come back till it's over, over there, over there.


I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home
(Copyrighted by Vandersloot Music Co.)
I wonder how the old folks are at home;
I wonder if they miss me while I roam;
I wonder if they pray for the boy that went away
And left his kind old parents all alone;
I hear the cattle lowing in the lane,
And see again the fields of golden grain;
I almost hear them sigh as they bade their boy "good-bye";
I wonder how the old folks are at home.

Joan of Arc
(Copyrighted by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder)
Joan of Arc, Joan of Arc--
Do your eyes, from the skies see the foe?
Don't you see the drooping Fleur-de-lis?
Can't you hear the chimes of Normandy?
Joan of Arc, Joan of Arc,--
Let your spirit guide us through;
Come lead your France to Victory;
Joan of Arc, they are calling you.

All the World Will Be Jealous of Me
(Copyrighted by M. Whitmark & Sons)
The roses all envy the bloom on your cheek,
And the sun even envies your smile,
The birds in the wildwood are stilled when you speak,
Their songs don't seem half worth the while,
The light in your eyes make the bright stars grow pale,
They're jealous as jealous can be;
But when one word or sign tells them all you are mine,
All the world will be jealous of me!

Good-bye Broadway, Hello France
(Copyrighted by Geo. Feist)
Good-bye Broadway, Hello France, we're ten million strong
Good-bye sweethearts, wives and mothers, it won't take us long,
Don't you worry while we're there, it's for you we're fighting too,
So good-bye Broadway, Hello France, we're going to square our debt to you.

America, Here's My Boy
(Copyrighted by Joe Morris Music Company)
America, I raised a boy for you, America you'll find him staunch and true,
Place a gun upon his shoulder, he is ready to die or do

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