Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There
|"Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There"|
Sheet music cover
|Song by the Peerless Quartet|
|Songwriter(s)||James A. Nall|
The cover illustration features a silhouette of a soldier fighting while surrounded by exploding artillery.
Considered to be a "flag waving tune" from World War I, "Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There" also saw popularity during the early stages of World War II and was meant to inspire patriotism and support for the war.
- Parker, Bernard S. (2007). World War I Sheet Music. 2. McFarland. p. 573. ISBN 9780786424931.
- "Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There". MusicVF.com. VF Entertainment. Retrieved 29 September 2014.
- Smith, Kathleen E. R. (2003). God Bless America; Tin Pan Alley goes to war. The University Press of Kentucky. p. 22. ISBN 0813122562.