EuRopeAn WAR, 1914-1918 - SONGS AND MUSIC Everybody Join in These Original Songs and Cheers By Richmond Citizens This War Camp Community Service Sheet Donated by Homeier & Clark Studio I. Rah! Rah! Rah! Germans! Bah! Our Boys are Home again, Ha! Ha! Ha! (Winner of First Prize) KATHERINE GUNN Monroe Terrace
II. Rah-Rah-Rah-Rah! 29th ---80th-- Sis! Boom! Bah! (Winner of Second Prize) PEGGY HARDING 617 Barton Ave.
III. Ten! Twenty! Twenty-nine! They're the boys that fell in line! Give a cheer! They are here! Rah! Rah! Rah! MISS CARRIE N. BERKLEY 2509 Stuart Ave.
Ice cream, soda water, ginger ale, pop!
These Divisions are always on top! (Winner of Third Prize) E. P. SALE, 436 S. Laurel St.
V. Stand them on their heads! Stand them on their feet! Southern Boys can't be beat! E. P. SALE 436 S. Laurel St.
VI. America produced the stuff That made the Kaiser holler enough! MR. J. B. HOBECK, Centralia, Va.
VII. What did we do? Treat 'em rough! Victory's ours, That's the stuff! Rah! Rah! Rah! Nuff! Nuff! Nuff! MRS. JOS. LE MASURIER, 3127 W. Franklin St.
VIII. H--O--M--E-- H--O--M--E-- H--O--M--E-- Home! Home! W.C.C.S.
IX. Yackety Yack! To France and back! Yackety Yack! Hooray! Boom Rah! Boom Rah! Home again! MARY G. HUME 1536 W. Grace St.
X. Yeh! Boys, we're glad you're back! Didn't you give the Huns a whack! Come on, folks! and make a noise! They're home again! Our boys! OUR BOYS! STELLA C. RUDD, 1117 Floyd Ave.
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