George Elrick - On The Banks Of The Silvery Dee / Lassie O' Mine mp3 album
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On The Banks Of The Silvery Dee, Lassie O' Mine (7", Single).
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On The Banks Of The Silvery Dee. 1959. The Jimmy Shand Polka.
lassie, O. For her I’ll dare the billow’s roar, For her I’ll trace a distant shore, That Indian wealth may lustre throw Around my Highland lassie, O. She has my heart, she has my hand, By sacred truth and honour’s band! Till the mortal stroke shall lay me low, I’m thine, my Highland lassie, O. Fareweel the glen sae bushy, O! Fareweel the plain sae rushy, O! To other lands I now must go, To sing my Highland lassie, O!
Lassie is a fictional character created by Eric Knight. She is a female Rough Collie dog, and is featured in a short story that was later expanded to a full-length novel called Lassie Come-Home. Knight's portrayal of Lassie bears some features in common with another fictional female collie of the same name, featured in the British writer Elizabeth Gaskell's 1859 short story "The Half Brothers
George S. Elrick’s most popular book is Lassie: Adventures in Alaska. Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan: The Mark of the Red Hyena by. George S. Elrick.
Oh, were yon hills and valleys mine, Yon palace and yon gardens fine! The world then the love should know I bear my Highland Lassie, O. Within the glen.
Elrick turned professional and moved to London where he became friends with the crooner Al Bowlly, and began singing himself. He joined the Henry Hall Orchestra as a vocalist and drummer and their 1936 recording of The Music goes Round and Round made Elrick a star. In 1937, he left Hall to form his own band, and in 1939 began a solo career, which was moderately successful through the years of World War II. In 1948, he took a touring revue round Britain, and was asked by the BBC to stand in for two weeks as disc-jockey on the morning record request show Housewives' Choice.
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