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In the Twi-Twi-Twilight
(uncredited)
Music by Herman Darewski
Lyrics by Charles Wilmott
Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?
(uncredited)
Written by C.W. Murphy and Will Letters (as William Letters)
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee
(uncredited)
Music by Lewis F. Muir
Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert
On the Mississippi
(uncredited)
Written by Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll and Arthur Fields
Roses of Picardy
(uncredited)
Music by Haydn Wood
Lyrics by Frederick Edward Weatherly
'Till the Boys Come Home
(uncredited)
Music by Ivor Novello
Lyrics by Lena Guilbert Ford
Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty
(uncredited)
Written by Bennett Scott, Fred Godfrey and Allan Mills
Pack Up Your Troubles
(uncredited)
Written by Felix Powell and George Asaf
It's a Long Way to Tipperary
(uncredited)
Written by Jack Judge and Harry Williams
Ballet Egyptien
(uncredited)
Music by Alexandre Luigini
Comrades
(uncredited)
Written by Felix McGlennon
If You Were the Only Girl in the World
(uncredited)
Music by Nat Ayer
Lyrics by Clifford Grey
I Stopped, I Looked and I Listened
(uncredited)
Music by Nat Ayer
Lyrics by Clifford Grey
The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo
(uncredited)
Written by Fred Gilbert
Wedding March
(uncredited)
Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Arranged by Percival Mackey
I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside
(uncredited)
Written by John Glover Kind
Lily of Laguna
(uncredited)
Written by Leslie Stuart
Goodbye My Bluebell
(uncredited)
Written by Dolly Morse
A Little of What You Fancy Does You Good
(uncredited)
Written by George Arthurs and Fred W. Leigh
Arf a Pint of Ale
(uncredited)
Written by Charles Tempest
Keep the Ball Rolling
(uncredited)
Written by Noel Gay and Ralph T. Butler
Minuet In G, Op.14, No.1
(uncredited)
Music by Ignacy Jan Paderewski
The Nursery Clock
(uncredited)
Music by Charles Williams
Song of the Marching Men
(uncredited)
Written by Nat Ayer and Rex Holt
After the Ball
(uncredited)
Written by Charles Harris

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