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Thread #100732   Message #3300347
Posted By: Jim Dixon
01-Feb-12 - 12:14 PM
Thread Name: Lyr Req: When the Old Man Came Home Sober
Subject: RE: Lyr Req: When the Old Man Came Home Sober
WorldCat.org, which combines the catalogues many libraries worldwide, including the British Library, the libraries of Oxford and Cambridge, and the National Library of Australia, doesn't list it. However, it does list sheet music for these songs by the same composer: [None of them are viewable online.]

ASK ME ANOTHER
written by D.U. Twigge ; composed by John Cooke Jr. ; sung ... by Harry Rickards ; [arranged by Fred Eplett].
London : Hopwood & Crew, [1888]
First line: My wife's a curious woman, who.
First line of chorus: Ask me another.

DON'T BRETHREN DON'T
written by A.E. Martin ; composed by John Cooke Jr. ; sung by Arthur Corney ; [arranged by George Ison].
London : Hopwood & Crew, [1888]
First line: I am a moral sort of man.
First line of the chorus: And don't brethren don't.

HERE FLOATS THE FLAG
written by Hugh Moss ; composed by John Cooke Jr. ; sung by Miss Nellie L'Estrange ; [arranged by William Stewart].
London : Francis Bros. & Day, [1887]
First line: O'er every quarter of the globe.
First line of chorus: How dare they hope to tear it.

SO IT WAS!
written by Geo. Horncastle ; composed by John Cooke Jr. ; sung by G.H. Macdermott.
London : Francis Bros. & Day, [1887]
First line: I have a most confiding wife.
First line of chorus: So it was.

SO MUCH THE BETTER FOR YOU
written & composed by John Cooke Jr. ; sung by Miss Bessie Bonehill.
London : Francis Bros. & Day, [1886]
First line: To you that have plenty of money.
First line of chorus: So much the better for you.