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Vernon Dalhart - The Great Titanic / The Ship That Never Returned flac album
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The Great Titanic / The Ship That Never Returned
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Album Ballads And Railroad Songs. The Sinking Of The Titanic Lyrics. It was on one Monday morning, just about one o'clock When the great Titanic began to reel and rock Then the people began to cry, saying, "Lord, we're gonna die" It was sad when that great ship went down. When they built the great Titanic, they said what would they do They said they'd build a ship that water could not go through But God, with His mighty hand, showed the world that it could not stand It was sad when that great ship went down. It was sad when that great ship went down It was sad when that great ship went down There were husbands and wives, little children lost their lives It was sad when that great ship went down.

The Ship That Never Returned is an 1865 song written by Henry Clay Work, about a ship that left a harbor and never came back. A reason for the ship not returning isn't given in the lyrics. However, the line, "and their fate is yet unlearned", implies that the reason is unknown. The song became so popular that Carl Sandburg's collection American Songbag recorded an adaptation from the Kentucky mountains.

The Ship That Never Returned" is an 1865 song written by Henry Clay Work, about a ship that left a harbor and never came back. The music was written by Richard A. Whiting, the lyrics by Raymond B. Egan in 1918. Written during the Great War, the song tells of the parting of a soldier and his sweetheart. The title comes from the final line of the chorus: Smile the while you kiss me sad adieu

A reason for the ship not returning isn't given in the lyrics. Titanic: The Ship That Never Sank? Transcription.

Vernon Dalhart - Sinking Of The Great Titanic - Supertone 9232 (1928). Top Songs By Vernon Dalhart. 1. The Prisoner's Song. 736. 2. The Runaway Train. 670. 3. Wreck Of The Old 97. Vernon Dalhart. 461. 4.

Vocals – Vernon Dalhart. Singing, Violin and Guitar. Matrix, Runout (Side R label): 10585. Matrix, Runout (Side L label): 10586.

Jeff Calhoun" was a pseudonym for "Vernon Dalhart" real name Marion T. Slaughter (born 6 April 1883 in Jefferson, Texas, died 15 September 1948 in Bridgeport, Connecticut). His recording career lasted from around 1917 to the mid 1930s and he seems to have specialized in tragic subjects. In his career he recorded under almost 40 different pseudonyms. Listen to an instrumental version of The Titanic (midi). The Titanic Anonymous. O they built the ship Titanic to sail the ocean blue and they thought they had a ship that the water would never go through.

Vernon Dalhart - Wreck Of The Old '97 (1926). There were sweet farewells there were loving signals While a form was yet discerned; Though they knew it not, 'twas a solemn parting For the ship, she never returned. cho: Did she never return? She never returned, Her fate, it is yet unlearned, Though for years and years there were fond ones watching Yet the ship she never returned. Said a feeble lad to his anxious mother," I must cross the wide, wide sea, For they say, perchance in a foreign climate, There is health and strength for m. 'Twas a gleam of hope in a maze of danger And her heart for her youngest yearned, Yet.

The musicians of the RMS Titanic all perished when the ship sank in 1912. They played music, intending to calm the passengers, for as long as they possibly could, and all went down with the ship. All were recognized for their heroism. The ship's eight musicians - members of a three-piece ensemble and a five-piece ensemble - were booked through . They boarded at Southampton and traveled as second-class passengers.

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A The Great Titanic
B The Ship That Never Returned
Written-By – Work*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): 3828-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): 3828-B