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In this post World War I song, a returned young veteran is asked about France. He replies that it is wonderful place, full of good wine and pretty girls, BUT, he says, "the greatest thing that ever came from France -- was the boat that brought me back"

This 1919 sheet music is in very good condition for it's 93 years. There is one chipped corner with approimately 1/8 inch of paper missing. The inside shows very mild foxing and sharp crisp musical notation and lyrics. Consult photos for condition details.

The cover and back are printed in blue and feature a photo of the singer "America's Foremost Comedian Bernard Granville."

4 pages, measures 12"x9"
Music by Ed G. Nelson
Words by Harry Pease
Copyright 1919 bt Meyer Cohen Music Pub. Co. NYC

Ships USPS First Class from beautiful Portland, Oregon.

Post WWI sheet music "The Greatest Thing that Came from France"


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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
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