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Song of the Week: Jack Charman, All The Girls Are Lovely By The Seaside

We love this song.  So much, in fact, that María has now added it to her repertoire for our ‘holidays and leisure’ theme.  Jack Charman sings All The Girls Are Lovely By The Seaside, a very popular song of the period also recorded by Mark Sheridan and by Stanley Kirkby.

But I wonder how many people know, by the way, that Mark Sheridan who (so far as I know) had the original hit recording of ‘I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside’ also then went on to record, in 1912, a song in response, ‘I Don’t Want To Be Beside The Seaside’:

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