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Show Me The Way To Go Home - John McSweeney - 100 Songs You Know By Heart (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. SHOW ME THE WAY TO GO HOME (Irving King - aka James Campbell & Reginald Connelly) Ernest Hare & Billy Jones - Vincent Lopez & His Orch. (Instr.) - California Ramblers - Frank Crumit - The Andrews Sisters - Julie London - Emerson, Lake & Palmer - As recorded by FRANK CRUMIT: Show me the way to go home, I'm tired and I want to go to bed I had .
  2. Show me the way to go home I'm tired and I want to go to bed I had a little drink about an hour ago And it's gone right to my head Everywhere I roam Over land or sea or foam You can always hear me singing this song Said show me the way to go home. Show me the way to go home I'm tired and I want to go to bed I had a little drink about an hour ago.
  3. Show Me the Way to Go Home Lyrics: Show me the way to go home / I'm tired and I want to go to bed / I had a little drink about an hour ago / And it went straight to right to my head / Wherever I.
  4. Bought this for sing along in care home as I recognized some songs as what they knew, when it arrived I listened to the songs, counted approx 35 songs on both the discs, not the and not the number on the back of the case so had to just play what ever came up!!! Glad it was only cheap!/5(4).
  5. "Show Me the Way" is a song by English-American rock musician Peter Frampton. Originally released in June as the lead single from his fourth studio album Frampton, it gained popularity after being recorded live and released in February as the lead single from his live album Frampton Comes Alive! The song reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot and number 10 on the UK Singles Chart.
  6. I'm glad I was able to find the CD's by John McSweeney, and have recommended to the events coordinator at the nursing home that it might be good if they had them to use for the benefit of all the residents who enjoy singing along to good music. I would certainly recommend this CD. I don't see how you could go wrong!5/5(4).
  7. Although they were both lyricists for the most part, Campbell and Connelly wrote this one together. There is an interesting connection here with both Mark Knopfler and Al Stewart: Campbell was born in Newcastle, where Knopfler grew up; one of his songs, "Down To The Waterline", was inspired by an early romance tegesharnuazar.xyzinfoly was born at Buckhurst Hill, East London, where Knopfler lived while.
  8. "Show Me the Way to Go Home" is a popular song written in by the pseudonymous "Irving King" (the English songwriting team James Campbell and Reginald Connelly).The song is said to have been written on a train journey from London by Campbell and Connelly. They were tired from the traveling and had a few alcoholic drinks during the journey, hence the lyrics.

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