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Billy Bennett - She Was Poor But She Was Honest / Don't Send My Boy To Prison album flac

  • Performer: Billy Bennett
  • Album: She Was Poor But She Was Honest / Don't Send My Boy To Prison
  • FLAC: 1760 mb | MP3: 1218 mb
  • Released: 1930
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Comedy, Music Hall, Vocal
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 481
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Billy Bennett  - She Was Poor But She Was Honest / Don't Send My Boy To Prison album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A She Was Poor But She Was Honest
Composed By [Version] – Lee*, Weston*
B Don't Send My Boy To Prison
Composed By [Version] – Major Jones

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control

Notes

With Banjo acoompaniment.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WAR 147-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WAR 148-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DB 164 Billy Bennett She Was Poor But She Was Honest / Don't Send My Boy To Prison ‎(Shellac, 10", Single) Columbia DB 164 UK 1930

A classic rendering - "It's the rich wot get's the pleasure - it's the poor wot gets the blame ".

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The judge looks on in h'anger, and the prisoner hung his head And then his poor old mother wot was with him upped and said, 'Don't send my boy to prison, It's the first crime wot he's done. replied his Lordship, 'Oh, Gawd 'elp my h'erring so. Chorus

There she met an Army captain, And she lost her name again. It's the same the whole world over. When they dragged her from the river Water from her clothes they wrung. Though they thought that she was drownded, Still her corpse got up and sung: "It's the same the whole world over, It's the poor what gets the blame, It's the rich what gets the pleasure, Isn't it a blooming shame?"

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Billy Bennett - 1930. She was poor, but she was honest Though she came from 'umble stock And an honest heart was beating Underneath her tattered frock. Eedless of 'er Mother's warning Up to London she 'ad gone Yearning for the bright lights gleaming 'Eedless of temp-ta-shy-on. But the rich man saw her beauty She knew not his base design And he took her to a hotel And bought her a small port wine. Then the rich man took 'er ridin' Wrecker of poor women's souls But the Devil was the chauffeur As she rode in his Royce Rolls

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Conflict between nations should be resolved by arbitration, not by the sword and the gun. Victory is not enough to console a mother for the loss of her son, and the blighting of her home. War would end if all mothers said they would not raise their sons as soldiers The somber nature of the lyrics also reflected the neutrality mentality that was common in the United States in early 1915. Cartoon "I did not raise my girl to be a voter" from Puck, October 1915.

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She was wearing dirty, old clothes and no stockings, her hair was not tidy, she had dust on her face, and she looked dirty and tired. Her husband looked at her and said, 'Is this what I come home to after a hard day's work?' Mrs Jones's neighbour, Mrs Smith, was there. When she heard Mr Jones's words, she quickly said goodbye and ran back to her house. Billy was four years old, and he was a very bad boy. Everyday after lunch his mother took him to his bedroom and put him on his bed to rest for an hour, but Billy never slept and usually he made a lot of noise and got off his bed every few minutes. One afternoon, Billy's mother put him on his bed and then went to her bedroom to do some sewing. After ten minutes, she heard a noise so she went to Billy's room. He was not there, but his trousers were lying on his bed.

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