"Two Lovely Black Eyes".(circa 1890)
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forblack.nwc (October 2006) 2 kB
|Full name of work:||"Two Lovely Black Eyes".(circa 1890)|
|Composer:||Forman, Edmund, British|
|Arranger:||Forman, Edmund, British|
|Lyricist:||Coborn, Charles (British)|
|First line:||Strolling so happy down Bethnal Green------|
|Music category:||Music Hall Song.|
|Name of file creator:||White, John H|
|e-mail address:||jalbis127 "at" gmail "dot" com|
|Comments:||There should be a second repeat for the 3rd verse, but I'm not clever enough to do that!|
The tune of the chorus sounds suspiciously like it was lifted from the scherzo of Spohr's 5th Symphony, q.v.. Three minutes if the third verse is sung.