Fred Murray 
Last updated: 20.09.20
This list is arranged by title and contains 24 lyrics written by Fred Murray. The lyrics/monologues and *.pdf files have been kindly compiled by monologues.co.uk/musichall Keys: pdf15.gif
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url15.gif Amateur Whitewasher, The Fred Leigh (words)
Frank Seeley (sung by)
 
url15.gif Boiled Beef and Carrots Charles Collins (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
 
url15.gif Brown, Brown Sit Down Harry Champion (sung by)  
url15.gif Dainty Little Dame From Chicago, The Fred W. Leigh (words)
Florrie Forde (sung by)
 
url15.gif Don't Do It Again, Matilda Harry Champion (sung by) pdf15.gif
url15.gif Don't Stick It Out Like That Fred W. Leigh (words)
F. Earle (sung by)
 
url15.gif Father Did Look Funny Chas Hilbury (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
 
url15.gif Ginger, You're Balmy! Harry Champion (sung by) pdf15.gif
url15.gif Home-Made Sausages Harry Champion (sung by)  
url15.gif Hopping and Popping About Fred Leigh (words)
P. Rafferty (sung by)
 
url15.gif I Don't Care- Let 'em Laugh! Fred W. Leigh (words)
Will Dalton (sung by)
 
url15.gif  I Had No Luck That Day Johnnie Danvers (sung by)  
url15.gif I Was Born on a Friday George Everard (words)
N. Wallace (sung by)
 
url15.gif In Training Fred W Leigh (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
 
url15.gif It's Homely! So Homely! Fred W. Leigh (words)
Frank Seeley (sung by)
 
url15.gif Look Out Boys! There's a Girl About Charles Hilbury (words)
Lottie Lennox (sung by)
 
url15.gif Making Room For Mighty London Town  
url15.gif Oh! Girls, if He Wants to Kiss You Fred Leigh (words)
Charles Foster (sung by)
 
url15.gif Rosie Had a Very Rosy Time Marie Lloyd (sung by)  
url15.gif Staring Me in the Face Fred W. Leigh (words)
G. Robey (sung by)
 
url15.gif There's Danger on the Line Leigh, Collins (words)
Arthur Lennard (sung by)
 
url15.gif Two Rooms to Let Fred W Leigh (words)
Will Dalton (sung by)
 
url15.gif What a Lovely Lot They Are! George Lashwood (sung by)  
url15.gif  Whit Cunliffe's Book of Popular Songs Harry Leighton (words)
Charles Hilbury (words)
W. Cunliffe (sung by)
 
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 72 works by Fred Murray. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Amateur Whitewasher, The 1896 Fred W. Leigh (words)
Frank Seeley (sung by)
In Training 1896 Fred W Leigh (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
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Our Lodger's Such a Nice Young Man (w&m) 1897 Lawrence Barclay (sung by)
V. Victoria (sung by)
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Staring Me in the Face 1897 Fred W. Leigh (words)
George Robey (sung by)
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Two Rooms to Let 1900 Fred W Leigh (words)
Will Dalton (sung by)
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Father Did Look Funny 1900c Chas Hilbury (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
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Dainty Little Dame From Chicago, The 1901 Fred Murray (words)
Florrie Forde (sung by)
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Don't Stick It Out Like That 1901 F.W. Leigh (words)
Fred Earle (sung by)
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Father, Mother and an Apple 1901 F.W. Leigh (words)
Vesta Victoria (sung by)
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Hopping and Popping About 1901 F.W. Leigh (words)
Pat Rafferty (sung by)
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I Don't Care- Let 'em Laugh! 1901 F.W. Leigh (words)
Will Dalton (sung by)
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Mary's Gone Away (w&m) 1901 Lawrence Barclay (sung by)  wvicon.gif
Oh! Girls, if He Wants to Kiss You 1901 Fred Leigh (words)
Charles Foster (sung by)
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Isn't It a Treat to Be Alive? (w&m) 1902 Walter Munroe (sung by)  wvicon.gif
It's Homely! So Homely! 1902 F.W. Leigh (words)
Frank Seeley (sung by)
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Making Room For Mighty London Town 1902 E. Bateman (words)
Arthur Reece (sung by)
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Picked Me Up, Sat Me Down (w&m) 1902 Vesta Victoria (sung by)  wvicon.gif
What a Kid 'e Is 1902 George Le Brunn (words)
F.W. Leigh (words)
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All Through Riding on a Motor (w&m) 1903 Vesta Victoria (sung by)  wvicon.gif
I Was Born on a Friday 1903 G. Everard (words)
Nellie Wallace (sung by)
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They All Came Round on Sunday 1903 G. Everard (words)
Frank Seeley (sung by)
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Treat Her Very Careful 1903 G. Everard (words)
Frank Coyne (sung by)
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We're Making Up For Lost Time Now! 1903 G. Everard (words)
Frank Coyne (sung by)
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Anywhere There Will Do 1904 G. Everard (words)
Frank Seeley (sung by)
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I Had No Luck That Day 1904 G. Everard (words)
Johnnie Danvers (sung by)
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I Never Had a Mother or a Father 1904 G. Everard (words)
Vesta Victoria (sung by)
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Poor Old Man! 1904 G. Everard (words)
Charles Lilburn (sung by)
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Sparrow and the Mustard, The 1904 G. Everard (words)
Arthur Lennard (sung by)
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Tick! Tick! 1904 G. Everard (words)
Frank Coyne (sung by)
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What's the Good of a Pair of Kilts? 1904 G. Everard (words)
Frank Coyne (sung by)
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Good-Bye, Tommy Atkins 1905 G. Everard (words)
C. Hilbury (words)
Lottie Lennox (sung by)
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Save Your Money 1905 G. Everard (words)
Frank Coyne (sung by)
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Tally-Owe, the Tallyman 1905 G. Everard (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
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Under the Um-Ber-El-La 1905 G. Everard (words)  wvicon.gif
Walk Round Eliza 1905 G. Everard (words)
Harry Bedford (sung by)
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World Is Full of Sunshine, The 1905 G. Everard (words)
Robert Dredge (words)
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Any Old Thing Will Do! 1906 G. Everard (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
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Flower by Any Other Name, A 1906 C. Hilbury (words)
Marie Kendall (sung by)
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In Lotus-Land 1906 C. Hilbury (words)  wvicon.gif
Look Out Boys! There's a Girl About 1906 Charles Hilbury (words)
Lottie Lennox (sung by)
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Next Horse I Ride On, The 1906 G. Everard (words)
AndreÌ C De Takacs (words)
Vesta Victoria (sung by)
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Oh! Amelia 1906 C. Hilbury (words)
Vesta Victoria (sung by)
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Wave Your Hand As the Band Goes By 1906 G. Everard (words)  wvicon.gif
What a Lovely Lot They Are! 1906 F.W. Leigh (words)
George Lashwood (sung by)
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What's the Good of a Jam-Pot, Boys? 1906 G. Everard (words)
Lottie Lennox (sung by)
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Why Are the Girls So Fond of Me? 1906 G. Everard (words)
Charles Lilburn (sung by)
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You'll Get on in England 1906 E J Hilbury (words)
Whit Cunliffe (sung by)
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You'll Get on in England if You're Not an Englishman 1906 E J Hilbury (words)
Whit Cunliffe (sung by)
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You're a Jolly Fine Fellow When They Want You 1906 G. Everard (words)
Walter Munroe (sung by)
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Man! Man! Man! 1907 C. Hilbury (words)
Vesta Victoria (sung by)
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Whack-Fol-The-Diddle-Ol-The-Di-Doh-Day! (w&m) 1907 Fred Earle (sung by)  wvicon.gif
Whit Cunliffe's Book of Popular Songs 1907 H. Leighton (words)
C. Hilbury (words)
Whit Cunliffe (sung by)
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Why Don't You Leave It Alone? 1907 G. Everard (words)
Johnnie Danvers (sung by)
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Rosie Had a Very Rosy Time 1909 C. Hilbury (words)
Marie Lloyd (sung by)
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You're a Very Lucky Fellow, Mister Brown 1909 C. Hilbury (words)
Lottie Lennox (sung by)
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Ginger, You're Balmy! (w&m) 1910 Harry Champion (sung by)  wvicon.gif
That's Nice! 1910 F.W. Leigh (words)
Charles Lilburn (sung by)
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Don't Do It Again, Matilda (w&m) 1911 Harry Champion (sung by)  wvicon.gif
Let's Have a Basin of Soup! (w&m) 1911 Harry Champion (sung by)  wvicon.gif
There's Danger on the Line 1911 F.W. Leigh (words)
C. Collins (words)
Arthur Lennard (sung by)
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Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Home-Made Sausages (w&m) 1912 Harry Champion (sung by)
Ow Abaht the Ahtin'? [Sic] 1912 G. Arthurs (words)
Alec Hurley (sung by)
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My Old Ham-Bone 1913 R P Weston (words)  wvicon.gif
Last Good-Bye, The 1914 F.W. Leigh (words)  wvicon.gif
My Days Are Over (w&m) 1916  wvicon.gif
They Might Break the Heart of My Dear Old Mother, But They'll Never Break Mine (w&m) 1916  wvicon.gif
Carrying On (w&m) 1917  wvicon.gif
Women of England (w&m) 1917  wvicon.gif
You Always Bring the Sunshine With You 1917 F.W. Leigh (words)  wvicon.gif
Boiled Beef and Carrots 1939 Charles Collins (words)
Harry Champion (sung by)
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I'm Henry VIII, I Am 1965 R P Weston (words)  wvicon.gif
Brown, Brown Sit Down ? Harry Champion (sung by)