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When You And I Were Young, Maggie - Various - Inspiration (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. When you and I were young, Maggie / Johnson-Butterfield --Beautiful dreamer / Foster --An Irish folk song / Parker-Foote --Mother o'mine / Kipling-Tours --May-Day carol / transcribed and harmonized by D. Taylor --Sylvia / Scollard-Speaks --Little boy blue / Field-Nevin --Smilin' through / Penn --The vacant chair / Root --The rosary / Rogers.
  2. When you and I were young, Maggie. Other Title(s) Carry me back to old Virginny (Additional title) Musical group. Victor Band. Composer. James A. Bland, James A. Butterfield. Conductor. Rosario Bourdon. Genre(s) Ragtime, jazz, and more. Marketing .
  3. The creaking old mill is still, Maggie Since you and I were young. Oh, they say that I'm feeble with age, Maggie My steps are much slower than then My face is a well written page, Maggie And time all along was the pen. Oh, they say we have outlived our time, Maggie As dated as songs that we've sung.
  4. Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer I wandered today to the hill, Maggie To watch the scene below The creek and the rusty old mill, Maggie Where we sat in the long, long ago. The green grove is gone from the hill, Maggie Where first the daisies sprung The old rusty mill is still, Maggie Since you and I were young. A city so silent and lone, Maggie Where the young.
  5. George married his Maggie in but she had a relapse with the disease, dying in , only seven months later. In , George’s friend, James Butterfield, set the poem to music. When You and I Were Young, Maggie went on to become one of most popular songs on both sides of the Atlantic.
  6. May 11,  · But to me you’re as fair as you were, Maggie. When you and I were young. And now we are aged and grey, Maggie. The trials of life nearly done. Let us sing of the days that are gone, Maggie. When.
  7. The creek and the creaking old mill Maggie Where we used to long long ago The green growth is gone from the hills Maggie Where first the daisise spring The creaking old mill is still Maggie Since you and I were young Oh they say that I'm feeble with age Maggie My steps are much slower than then My face is a well written page Maggie.
  8. " When You and I Were Young, Maggie " is a folk song, popular song and standard written by George W. Johnson and James Austin Butterfield.

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