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Lili Marlene - Billy And The Londoners - Favourite Pub Songs Vol. 2 (CD)

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  • Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! Outside the barracks By the corner light I always stand and wait for you at night We will create a world for two I'll wait for you, the whole night through For you, lili Marleen For you, lili Marleen Beugler tonight, don't play the call to arms I want another evening with it's charms Then we will say goodbye and pass I'll always.
  • Directed by Arthur Crabtree. With Lisa Daniely, Hugh McDermott, Richard Murdoch, Leslie Dwyer. A French girl singer is captured by the Nazis, and made to broadcast for them.
  • My Lili of the lamplight My own Lili Marlene Time would come for roll call Time for us to part Darling I'd caress you Folk Songs for Solo Singers - Vol. 1, Medium High (Book/CD) (11 Folk Songs Arranged for Solo Voice and Piano For Recitals, Concerts and Contests). Edited by Jay Althouse.
  • Listen to Lili Marlene by Carly Simon - Film Noir. Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  • Lili was the young soldier's own girlfriend, the daughter of a local grocer. Marlene was a young nurse, who was a friend of his and also a comrade's sweetheart. When Leip's work appeared in a collection of poems in , composer Norbert Shultze set about turning it into a song.
  • Directed by Humphrey Jennings. With Marius Goring, Lucie Mannheim, Pat Hughes, Werner Aluensleba. How Lili Marlene became the signature tune for the British army in North Africa.
  • "Lili Marlene," the unlikely anthem of World War II, cut across front lines and ideological divides, uniting soldiers across the globe. This love song, telling the story of a young woman waiting for her lover to return from the battlefield, began as a poem written by a German solider during World War I/5(17).
  • Yes, this recording of Lili Marlene by Lale Andersen appears to be the original version as played during WW Of course it probably is a re-recording made after the war (because it actually sounds much too good to be taken from the original record), but at least the words are the original words that were sung during the war, by the original singer/5(16).

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