Harry Dacre

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1894 recording by the Edison Phonograph Company on brown wax cylinder of Edward M. Favor singing "Daisy Bell"

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Harry Dacre (possibly originally Frank Dean or Henry Decker) (1860 - 1922) was an English songwriter.

Dacre had a hit in 1892 with the song "Daisy Bell" (aka "A Bicycle Built for Two"), made famous by Katie Lawrence, and then in 1899 with the song "I'll Be Your Sweetheart".