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The White House is the light-house of the world

"The white house is the light house of the world" is a song for voice and piano by Isador Caesar and Alfred Bryan, Published in 1918, by Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, was a song about World War, 1914-1918.

Play and sing along:

This world is like a ship at night
The ship of state rolls brave-ly on
Toss'd by the waives
Thought dark the night ....
The  White House is the light-house of the world

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