Bennett Scott

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Bennett Scott (1875–1930) was a writer of music hall songs.[1] He co-wrote many songs with A.J. Mills[2] and Fred Godfrey[2] including Tom Costello’s "I’ve Made Up My Mind To Sail Away", Whit Cunliffe’s "Fall In And Follow Me", "One Of The B’hoys" by Mark Sheridan, "When I Take My Morning Promenade" by Marie Lloyd, "Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty by Florrie Forde and "Take me in a Taxi, Joe".

Prior to gaining fame as a songwriter, Bennett worked the Music Halls with a magic act.

In 1906, he and Mills founded the music publishing firm of Star Music. He was born in London in 1875.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Bennett Scott (1875–1930)". Retrieved 16 February 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "A.J. [Arthur J.] Mills (1872–1919)". Retrieved 16 February 2015.