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My soldier boy of the U.S.A song

My soldier boy of the U.S.A song

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description

Summary

Words and music by Peeril Graham ; arranged by W. S. S. Huntington. (statement of responsibility)
For voice and piano.
Staff notation. (language)

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Date

01/01/1920
person

Contributors

Graham, Peeril.
Huntington, E. S. S. (lyricist)
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Source

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Exploree s s huntington

Explorefrank harding

Explorepeeril graham

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