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Lyr Req: Daddy, Buy Me a Big Balloon (C Collins)

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Subject: Lyr Req: Daddy won't you buy me a big balloon
From: GUEST,Howdie
Date: 18 Jun 07 - 01:07 PM

My mother-in-law Ivy passed away last week at age of 92.Her mother was Eliza Redgrove nee Kent and sand the Music Hall songs in contests at the New Cross Empire before WW 1.

One of her favourite songs was the above written by Charles Collins and published in 1908. As she lost her husband in WW2 it had a particular significance for her and she often sang it while doing the housework. I cannot find it on any music hall recordings. Does anyone know the lyrics or of any recordings?

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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Daddy won't you buy me a big balloon
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Jun 07 - 01:21 PM

Oh bother - the lyrics were "Daddy, buy me a big balloon" possibly followed by so I can fly up to the moon - to see my mum who has died was the sentiment.

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Subject: Music Hall Songs-Charles Collins, Kate Carney, &c
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 26 Jun 07 - 01:06 AM

I can't find the one you're looking for, but WorldCat lists these:

He can't act the gentleman
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Howard & Co., 쳌6.

Oh! Kate Carney : answer to "Three pots a shilling"
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌6.

That's how they say good-bye!
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

Shall I be an angel, daddy?
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

The curate
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

You can't punch my ticket again
by Charles Collins; Cissie Kent; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

Ma paid Pa
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌8.

The two dolls
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling; Edward St Quentin; H G Banks; Sisters Moore.
London : Howard & Co., 쳌8.

There's a nice little home a-waiting
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

When the stars are peeping
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Wouldn't you like to know?
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌8.

It belongs to somebody else
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Joe Archer; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌9.

Martha, Martha, why don't you name the day?
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Mother's old arm chair
by Charles Collins; Alice Carney; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌9.

Mother's old arm chair, or, I should have it in my drawing room
by Charles Collins; Alice Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Nelly was a lady
by Stephen Collins Foster; C F Shattuck
Language: English Type: Musical Score : Printed music : Part-songs
Boston : Oliver Ditson Co., 쳌9.

Only a tiny band of gold
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Only good-night, not good-bye
by Charles Collins; Winnie Derson; Fred J Barnes; John S Baker; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌9.

Susie Anna, or, Seven shillings and a tanner
by Charles Collins; Frank Coyne; Fred J Barnes; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌9.

The "new cut" coon
by Charles Collins; Edgar Bateman; Gus Elen
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Turn back, Whittington
by Charles Collins; Nat Clifford; Tom Leamore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Get married the same as me
by Fred Murray
New York : Nove Music Pub. Co., 쳌0.

Have it over your side, Lucy
by Charles Collins; Fred Barnes; Frank Coyne; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

I love a dear little lady
by Charles Collins; Walter Munroe; Fred J Barnes; Ryder Slone; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

I put my um-ber-el-ler up
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Just another month or so
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Marie Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Keep that flag a-flying
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Lizzie Collins; Athas and Collins (Musical group)
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

My daddy's a gentleman
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Never fall in love
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Joe Archer; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

Once we were sweethearts
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Florrie Gallimore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Oui! oui! oui!
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Play that melody again
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Arthur Lennard
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Rip Van Winkle
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore; Harry Castling; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

She may not be a lady
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Harry Anderson; Winnie Derson; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

Sweet little Rose of Persia
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore; Fred J Barnes; H G Banks
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

That pretty little wife of mine
by Charles Collins; Walter Hastings; Edgar Bateman; Harry Bawn
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

That's how he saves his money
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

A picture from nature
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Florrie Gallimore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

A roaming Romeo : Harry Anderson's popular song
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌1.

Harry Anderson's popular song A roaming Romeo
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌1.

Little Willie Brown
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

My friend is my pocket, or, Talk about your old pals
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

My pipe
by George Everard; J H Hurst; Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌1.

Oh, woman! remember your promise
by Henry E Pether; Charles Collins; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌1.

Oo, oo, oo, oo, what am I to do? : a Lowther Arcade lament
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Winnie Derson
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

That's when I'm thinking of you
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Lizzie Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

The ball went rolling down the hill
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Michael Nolan
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

The last of the dandies
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George Gray
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

The silver and the gold
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Edith Manley
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Though her head is bent with age
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Better than all the toys
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Daddy, I'm going to bye-bye!
by Charles Collins; Maurice Crosby; Henry E Pether
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

How can I leave you?
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Florrie Gallimore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

I ask no vow
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

I want no fair-weather girl
by Joseph Tabrar; Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

Little things, and what they lead to
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Mother's found another father
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Lottie Lennox
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

My Sue-oo-oo : Miss Poppy Williams's popular song
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Poppy Williams
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

My Sue-oo-oo-oo-oo
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Poppy Williams
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Peace
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

The artful little spider and the fly
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Two little boys and the apples
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

You be my gee-gee, daddy
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

A man is different to a woman
by Charles Collins; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

Fifty years ago
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

Fly away, pretty bird
by Charles Collins; Lily Morris; Maurice Crosby; Henry E Pether
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌3.

Lucy's black coon
by Charles Collins; Fanny St Clair; Henry E Pether; Howard & St. Clair.
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌3.

My Dinah is my dinner!
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Bert Brantford
London : Reeder & Walsh, 쳌3.

Only a factory girl
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Lottie Lennox
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

Only the stars to peep
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Milner Verren
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

Three makes jolly fine company
by Charles Collins; E W Rogers, composer.; Arthur Lennard
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

You must call the lady "mother"
by Charles Collins; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

You shan't come in my pretty cage
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh; Daisy Dormer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

He's just as much to his mother
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

If you can't buy a motor-car, buy a motor-cap
by Charles Collins; Nellie Wilson
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Kind Mr. Santa Claus
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Laughable times : coming thro' the rhymes
by Charles Collins; George Collins; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌4.

Little Johnnie's "firework club", or, A terrible tale of woe
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Mammy's an angel
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Maude Ford
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

My Hindoo queen
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Kit Keen
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

My sleeping beauty!
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Pollie, the ordinary girl
by Joseph Tabrar; Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

The ivy that is clinging to the wall
by Charles Collins; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

The shore beyond the skies
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Milner Verren
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

The sweetest singer of all
by Charles Collins; Edgar Bateman; J W Ellison
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

To-morrow is mother's birthday
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

We go to sleep again
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling; Will Musgrave, singer.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

We'd a nice little parlour when we started
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Wipe your feet before you go in
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Lily Morris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

You're not going like that!
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Are yer 'sleep?
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Ryder Slone
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Don't call on Friday
by Harry Castling; Daisy Dormer; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

Don't cry, sister Jane!
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

Don't speak of the past!
by Charles Collins; John P Harrington
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Flowers are not always blooming
by Maxwell Barrett; Charles Collins; Sadie Simpson; Marie Lawrence; Grace Compton; Jack Bendon
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Good-night Mr. Brown! I'm out!
by Charles Collins; Amber Austa
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

I wish I was
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; George Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

I wouldn't leave my little wooden-hut for you
by Charles Collins; Tom Mellor
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

I wouldn't leave my little wooden-hut for you
by Tom Mellor; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

If we hadn't any women in the world
by Charles Collins; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

I'm coming in with you
by Charles Collins; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

I'm not going to marry you! : Mister Brown, I've altered my mind
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

My lovely Susie-Sue
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

Only a silver locket
by Charles Collins; John P Harrington
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Seagull!
by Charles Collins; E W Rogers, composer.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Tally ho!
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore; David Allen & Sons, Ltd.
London : Hopwood & Crew Ltd., 쳌5.

Two girls are not too many for a fellow like me
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Florrie Gallimore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

You are such a dear little dolly!
by Henry E Pether; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

You stick to the ship, my lads!
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Beautiful birds- beautiful trees
by Henry E Pether; Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌6.

Bella Brown
by Charles Collins; Joe O'Gorman
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

Buster Simpson, Esquire : You ain't a bit of use to me!
by Charles Collins; Minnie Mace
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

I ain't a-going to book you any more!
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

I don't only want you for my Sunday girl
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌6.

I don't want a pretty white girl
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

I want a wife who'll take care of me
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

I'm goin'- I'm goin'- I'm gone!
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling; Daisy Dormer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

It's impossible to find a better girl than you
by Charles Collins; Florence Schuberth
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

Just because you've got a brand-new suit on
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌6.

Love me for a little while
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell; Rosie Lloyd
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌6.

The place where we said "good-bye"
by Harry Castling; C W Murphy; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

A very old friend of the family
by Charles Collins; George Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

Don't cry, daddy!
by Charles Collins; Tom Leamore; Nat Clifford; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

Don't you love your little Charlie now?
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell; Florrie Gallimore
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

Fifty long years ago
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell; Harry Bancroft; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

Follow the girls!
by Charles Collins; Fred E Terry; Charles Deane
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

I lost Georgie in Trafalgar Square
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Nellie Wallace
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

I shan't speak to you any more!
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

If everybody were as kind as you : Mother dear
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

If I can't come around to your house
by Charles Collins; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

It seems to me
by W H Wallis; Charles Collins; George Brooks; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

It's no use you calling "Hannah"!
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; George Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

I've been dreaming
by Charles Collins; Daisy Dormer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

Mister Johnson, or, You told me to go
by Charles Collins; Daisy Dormer; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

My father's jokes
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling; George Brooks; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

My girl
by Charles Ridgwell; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

My only friend
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

My wigwam just holds two
by Charles Collins; Dave Hall, composer.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

Scoot
by Charles Collins; Tom Mellor; Amber Austa; Daisy Dormer
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

The braw Scotch laddie, and his sweetheart's daddy
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

The dear little lady I took for a walk
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell; J W Ellison
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

There you are again, with the same old smile!
by Charles Collins; Charles Ridgwell; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

We all came in the world with nothing
by W H Wallis; Charles Collins
London : Star music Pub. Co. Ltd., 쳌7.

When the baby starts to talk
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Arthur Lennard
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

When they get old
by W H Wallis; Charles Collins; Joe Tennyson; Tennyson & Wallis.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

Why does the world seem brighter?
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

You don't want me, or, The girl you've cast aside
by Charles Collins; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

Your mother once was all to me
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

Give me your blessing, dear mother
by Charles Collins; Edgar Bateman
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

I don't care if there's a girl there / written and composed
by Charles Collins; R P Weston; John S Baker
London : Star Music Pub. Co. ; New York : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌8.

I pay for all
by Charles Collins; Edgar Bateman; Frank Boyce
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Jin-Jan-John!, or, The Christening
by George A Stevens, composer.; Charles Collins; Colin Kaye
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Money in the bank, or, It ain't a-coming out for you!
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Mr. N. Peck
by Charles Osborne; Charles Collins; George Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

My little Yiddisher boy
by Charles Collins; Herbert Rule; George Jackley; Kate Carney
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Now, I have to call him father
by Charles Collins; Fred Godfrey
Language: English Type: Musical Score : Printed music
New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 쳌8.

Oh! Adam and Eve
by Charles Collins; George Collins; Ada Fawn
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Oh! Johnny there's a locket in your pocket
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Joseph A Tunbridge
London : Star music Pub. Co. Ltd., 쳌8.

Only a man
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Tom Woottwell
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Stand and deliver, Isabella Brown!
by Fred J Barnes; Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Billy Hobbs
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

The tramp, or, You're up to-day and down tomorrow
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling; Ida Barr
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Waiting for a girl
by Charles Collins; Daisy Dormer; A J Mills
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌8.

When a girl says no
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Come and hear him play his oom-ter-ar-a
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray
London : Star music Pub. Co. Ltd., 쳌9.

Do yer don't?
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Tom Yorke
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Drop me a line, or, I ain't seen much of you
by Charles Collins; John A Glover-Kind; C W Murphy
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Get married the same as me
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray
London : Star music Pub. Co. Ltd., 쳌9.

I'll saw his see-saw down
by A J Mills; Charles Collins; F Godfrey
Language: English Type: Musical Score : Printed music : Popular music
New York : Nove Music Co., 쳌9.

I'll saw his see-saw down
by Arthur J Mills; Charles Collins; Fred Godfrey; Herbert Rule
London : Star Music Pub. Co., 쳌9.

Keep on jogging along
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Fred E Terry; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Maude
by Charles Collins; Lottie Lennox; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌9.

My lady's shoe, or, My little box of Day and Martin
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Harry Clifford
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

On the same place every time : Miss Vesta Victoria's roller-skating song
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Vesta Victoria
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Sweet seventy-two
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Arthur Lennard
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

The prettiest girl in town
by Charles Collins; E W Rogers, composer.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Top-hat- every time!
by John P Harrington; E W Rogers, composer.; Charles Collins; Mark Sheridan
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Ups and downs, or, The further you have to fall
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Tom Yorke
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌9.

You're wearing the hat your father wore
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Come and take tea with me
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Rose Gower
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

Don't take me away from the girls
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

I have a flower in my heart, dear
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

I may be a millionaire
by Fred Godfrey; Charles Collins; Eugene Stratton
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

I shall blow my whistle!
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Harry Knox
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

It's all for the best, Polly darling
by Tom Mellor; Harry Gifford; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Let's go to the church
by E W Rogers, composer.; Charles Collins; Ida Barr; Gus Harris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Man, man, beautiful man!
by Fred Godfrey; Charles Collins; Will Driscoll
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Mother put a card in the window
by John P Harrington; E W Rogers, composer.; Charles Collins; Maidie Scott
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Mother's had row with father!
by John P Harrington; Vesta Victoria; Charles Collins; Fred Godfrey; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

Oh! there isn't a girl to spare : When Jack comes home again
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Harry Anderson; Winnie Derson
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Oh, the ocean! the wibberly-wobberly ocean!
by Robert P Weston; Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Old Wood's wood
by Terry Sullivan; Charles Collins; George Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Patsy Brannigan
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Walter Munroe
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

She'll be seventeen on Sunday
by Charles Collins; Walter Munroe; Fred Murray; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

Top-hat- every time!
by John P Harrington; Mark Sheridan; E W Rogers, composer.; Charles Collins; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌0.

You'd better go, Mister Snow!
by Charles Collins; Huntley Trevor; John P Harrington
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Any old iron? : Harry Champion's popular song
by Charles Collins; Harry Champion; E A Sheppard; Fred E Terry
London : Herman Darewski, 쳌1.

Come down, Mrs. Brown! come down!
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Costello tom.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

If we had no money in the world
by Charles Collins; Fred E Terry; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

I'm proud of my old bald head!
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

In the evening when I leave you, Eva dear
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Let's go the longest way
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Mooney
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Oh! father, when you married mother
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Florrie Forde
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Patsy Hennessey : (with the word 'Mister' in front of my name)
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Joe Archer; Sidney Kent
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌1.

Rachel Lewis, the sweet lttle Jewess
by Charles Collins; Joe Burley; Lowenwirth, singer.; Cohan, singer.; Lowenwirth and Cohan.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

Start out with nothing in your pocket
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Rich & Rich.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

There's danger on the line
by Fred Murray; Fred W Leigh; Charles Collins; Arthur Lennard
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

This is the harem skirt
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Millie Payne
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

We'd better strip the bed and have another little look
by Charles Collins; Joe Burley; Harry Bull; George d' Albert
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.

You do look pretty in your tea-gown, Kitty!
by Charles Collins; Harry Staunton
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌1.

Come with me, and be one of the nightbirds!
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Dick, Dick, with your walking stick
by Charles Collins; Joe Burley; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Have a drop of gin, Joe!
by Joseph Tabrar; Charles Collins; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

His particular pal
by A E Lawrence; Charles Collins; Fred Terry, songwriter.; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

I do like to look into your eyes, little girl!
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

It's the ring your father bought me
by Paul Pelham; Charles Collins; Fred E Terry; Florrie Gallimore
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

Little Abey's money-box
by Robert P Weston; Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Lowenwirth, singer.; Cohan, singer.
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

M.A.double-R.I.E.D.
by Harry Leighton; Charles Collins; Joe Archer
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Mary Ann, Mary Ann, come in!
by Fred Murray; Vesta Victoria; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

My house full of treaures
by Charles Collins; J Lawrence, composer.; Harry Anderson
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌2.

Send me a record of mother's voice
by E W Rogers, composer.; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

The ragtime rag shop
by Charles Collins; Joe Burley; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Toast those who're absent
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Will Godwin
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

When a woman says no
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Mark Sheridan
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Where have you left the girls?
by E W Rogers, composer.; Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Mark Sheridan
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌2.

Dan, the cats' meat man
by E A Sheppard; Charles Collins; Fred Earle
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

I was holding my cocoanut [sic]
by Charles Collins; Joe Burley
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

Jolity, we like your company!
by Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Terry Sullivan
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌3.

Sweet little maid of Genoa
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

The old high hat that I got married in
by Charles Collins; E A Sheppard
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

Why did you come knocking at the door?
by Charles Collins; Percy Edgar
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌3.

William the conquer-er [sic]
by J Lawrence, composer.; Charles Collins; Fred E Terry
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌3.

Daddy's lullaby
by Charles Collins; Scott Mackenzie, songwriter.; Gilbert Wells
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

Hello! where's the girl?
by John P Harrington; Charles Collins
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

Joe! Joe! bring out your fiddle and your bow
by Charles Collins; Mabel Thorne
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

Let's all stay until the morning
by Charles Collins
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

Our cosy little bungalow
by Charles Collins; Lottie Lennox
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

S.W. EE. T.H.E.A. RT.
by Charles Collins; Terry Sullivan
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌4.

Serves you right, Mister Wright
by Charles Collins; Maude Forde
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

This style belongs to me
by Charles Collins; Albert Athas; Athas and Collins (Musical group)
London : Frank Howard Ltd., 쳌4.

What cher, my old brown son, how are yer?
by E A Sheppard; Charles Collins; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌4.

Father's got the sack from the water works
by Charles Collins; Terry Sullivan; Maidie Scott
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

Good-bye, Rachael!
by William Hargreaves, songwriter.; Charles Collins; Fred Curran
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

I mustn't treat the missus
by Charles Collins; Phil Bransby
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

I will have a night to-night!
by Charles Collins; Morny Cash, singer.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

The sun is shining brightly- not for me
by Charles Collins; Terry Sullivan; Percy Edgar
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌5.

When my Rachel smiles
by Terry Sullivan; Charles Collins; Charles Cohan
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

When the wedding bells go ding-dong
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh; Jen Latona
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

Who does the lady belong to?
by Charles Collins; Lily Morris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌5.

I saw six short soldiers scrubbing six short shirts
by Herman Darewski; Terry Sullivan; Charles Collins; Jay Laurier
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌6.

Those bonny brown eyes at my billet
by Charles Collins; Fred J Barnes; Percy Edgar
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌6.

I'm better off in my little dug-out
by Charles Collins; Lily Morris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

Keep your pecker up and carry on!
by Fred Elton; Fred J Barnes; Charles Collins; Winifred Ward
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌7.

Why am I always the bridesmaid?
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh; Lily Morris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌7.

If I could paint her picture in the sky
by Charles Collins; Edgar Bateman
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

Take my arm and take me home
by Fred W Leigh; Charles Collins; Lily Morris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

The abbey ruin
by Charles Collins; Fred Murray; Harry Bedford
London : Francis, Day & Hunter, 쳌8.

There ain't no bones in beer
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌8.

I'm going to buy you the R.I.N.G.
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Love me just a little bit
by Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌9.

Ev'rybody knows me in my old brown hat
by Charles Collins; Fred W Leigh; Harry Champion
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Little Johnnie Johnson's first smoke
by Charles Collins; Harry Castling
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

Meet me : Down by the -den gate
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

There's the wee white heather growing
by Fred W Leigh; Charles Collins; Lily Morris
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌0.

I like an 'ot-water-bottle in bed
by Harry Castling; Charles Collins; Ernie Mayne; C Cooke, artist.
London : Francis, Day and Hunter, 쳌1.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Daddy, Buy Me a Big Balloon (C Collins)
From: GUEST,Fantum
Date: 05 Feb 12 - 01:50 PM

Try here it should lead you to Windyridge and loads of recordings www.musichallcds.com
Look in the digitrad on this site there is a good chance of finding something then try the threads because someone somewhere has been looking for this stuff
After that try you tube

Good luck


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Daddy, Buy Me a Big Balloon (C Collins)
From: GUEST
Date: 05 Oct 14 - 02:26 PM

Hi - did you every fine the lyrics for this - I'd like them for my father in law who is 80 tomorrow. Thanks


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Daddy, Buy Me a Big Balloon (C Collins)
From: GUEST,#
Date: 05 Oct 14 - 06:41 PM

"Daddy, buy me a big Balloon" ... Written and composed by C. Collins and C. Ridgwell.

References to the 1908 song attribute it to Collins and Ridgwell.

No luck with lyrics, Guest. Sorry.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Daddy, Buy Me a Big Balloon (C Collins)
From: GUEST,#
Date: 05 Oct 14 - 06:44 PM

Dady won't you buy me a great big balloon,
Then you and I can go flying,
Up past the Moon.
There we can meet the Angels,
Our journey will not be in vain,
Cos mummy can come back to earth with us,
Back to our home again.


I did trip over that, but whether it will be of help is beyond me.

It is from

https://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080418014549AACxQvo


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