All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor (Written and Composed by A.Mills and Bennett Scott) " The Immaculate " Hetty King (1883 - 1972 ), well known as a male-impersonator, was the first to sing this song in 1905.
Let's Have a Tiddley At The Milk Bar ( Written and Composed by J.Gay and my thanks to Bob Hodson for this arrangement.) Music Hall comedienne Nellie Wallace (1870-1948) recorded this song in London in 1936
Show Me The Way To Go Home ( Written and Composed by Irving King ) I believe this song was first sung by Ella Sheilds( 1879 -1952), as she recorded it in 1925,the year of its publication:
Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me A Bow-wow! Vesta Victoria( 1873-1951) made this an enormous hit in the 1890's, and it was also the first song I learned how to play. Lady uke players, add this to your repertoire!! It goes down a storm live and the audience just loves to shout bow wow wow!
Fol-De-Rol-Lol - George Lashwood ( 1863-1942) Try this tune with your favourite limericks!
Waiting at the Church - Vesta Victoria ( 1873-1951)
Following in Father's Footsteps - Vesta Tilley (1864-1952)
I do like to be beside the seaside - Mark Sheridan (1864-1918)
Don’t dilly dally on the way - Marie Lloyd (circa 1919)
She’s A Lassie From Lancashire
( Written and Composed by Murphy, Lipton and Neat )
( Written and Composed by Harry Dacre in 1892 )
First sung by Katie Lawrence and later by Florrie Forde.
Thanks to Ukulele Bob for this arrangement.