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I'll walk beside you
Composed in the year when George V was briefly succeeded on the British throne by Edward VIII, this elegant and dignified song was one of the last ballads to enter standard currency. That it did so is particularly thanks, once again, to a John McCormack recording from November 1939. The verse is again by Edward Frederick Lockton, this time writing under his real name.

from notes by Andrew Lamb 2002

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