Songs Of The Soldiers And Sailors U.S.

Official U.S. Forces Songbook circa 1917

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SONGS OF THE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. 29
33. "YAAKA HULA."
(A flat.)
I'm coming back to you, my Hula Lu. Beside the sea at Waikiki I'll wait for you; And once again you'll sway my heart away With your Yaaka Hula, Hickey Dula tune.
(Used by permission of Waterson, Berlin & Snyder.)
34. "ALOHA OB."
(A fiat.)
Aloha Oe, farwell to thee,
Thou charming one who dwells among the bowers;
One fond embrace before I now depart
Until we meet again.
(Used by permission of The John Franklin Music Co.. New York.)
Note.—These two songs are to be sung simultaneously as a vocal combat.
35. TULIP AND ROSE.
(B flat)
When you wore a tulip, a sweet yellow tulip,
And I wore a big red rose; When you caressed me, it was then Heaven blessed me—
What a blessing, no one knows. Xou made life cheery when you called me " dearie ";
'Twas down where the blue grass grows; Tour lips were sweeter than julep when you wore a
tulip : And I wore a big red rose.
(Used by permission of Leo Feist, owners of copyright.)







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