Victorian Songster


SONGSTERS AND SONGBOOKS

 

AUSTRALIAN SONGS PUBLISHED IN THE VICTORIAN SONGSTER

DSM/784.8/V
THE VICTORIAN SONGSTER

‘New & original Colonial songs.
Printed by Charlwood & Son, Melbourne

SONG TUNE FIRST LINE COMMENT
Villikins & His Dinah This version includes comic patter between verses and credits it as sung by Geo. Coppin.
Where’s Your Licence? Charles Thatcher
‘Tween Decks A medley of tunes including ‘All Around My Hat’ Good people listen to my texts verses about ships and goldfields
The Bold Street Swell Charles Thatcher
The Cockney Emigrant Fine Old English Gentleman Now if you’ll listen unto me, I’ll sing a fine new song
The New Aristocracy or life In Australia Drops of Brandy Australia’s a very queer place Charles Thatcher
Two Year’s Ago. Green’s Balloon The light of other days burns dim Charles Thatcher
Ben Bolt Oh! Don’t you remember Sweet Alice, Ben Bolt A New Version
The Song Of The Gold Mines Hurrah! Hurrah! for the yellow gold, Hurrah! for the sunny land
Forty Shillings, And Take Him Away I often had heard there was plenty of sport
For two hours every morning, at the police Court
as sung by Barlow
Unlock The Lands There’s Room Enough For All Why in this sunny land of gold Rich soil, and wealth containing this is quite long however pages are missing from a tear