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Albert_Farrington_-_It's_a_Long_Long_Way_to_Tipperary_-_1915.oga(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 3 min 53 s, 138 kbps)

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Description

"It's a Long Way to Tipperary" is a British music hall and marching song written by Jack Judge that, allegedly, was written for a 5 shilling bet in Stalybridge, on the 30 January 1912 and performed the next night at the local music hall.

Date
  • Composed 1912
  • Recorded 1915
Source Internet Archive: Free Download: It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary (1915)
Author
  • Written by Jack Judge
  • Performed by Albert Farrington
Other versions
Media of the day This file was selected as the media of the day for 12 October 2015. It was captioned as follows:
English: "It's a Long Way to Tipperary", performed by Albert Farrington (1915)

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