Pages in category "1918 songs"
The following 132 pages are in this category, out of 132 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- I Ain't got Weary Yet!
- I Wonder What They're Doing To-Night (Your Girl and Mine)
- I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
- I'm Giving You to Uncle Sam
- I'm Glad I Can Make You Cry
- I'm Goin' to Fight My Way Right Back to Carolina
- I'm Gonna Pin My Medal on the Girl I Left Behind
- I'm Proud to be the Sweetheart of a Soldier
- I'm Sorry I Made You Cry
- If He Can Fight Like He Can Love, Good Night Germany!
- It Won't Be Long Before We're Home
- It's a Long Way to Berlin, But We'll Get There!
- Tell That to the Marines
- Then You Can Come Back to Me
- There's a Garden of Crosses in No Man's Land
- There's a Little Blue Star in the Window (and It Means All the World to Me)
- There's A Picture In My Old Kit Bag
- There's a Red-Bordered Flag in the Window
- They Were All Out of Step But Jim
- Three wonderful Letters From Home
- Till We Meet Again (1918 song)
- Watch, Hope and Wait Little Girl: I'm Coming Back To You
- We Are All Americans
- We Don't Want the Bacon (What We Want is a Piece of the Rhine)
- We Want Our Daddy Dear, Back Home (Hello Central, Give me France)
- Welcome Home (1918 song)
- What Are You Going to Do to Help the Boys?
- What'll We Do With Him Boys? (The Yanks Made A Monkey Out of You)
- When a Blue Service Star Turns to Gold
- When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France
- When I Come Back to You (We'll Have a Yankee-Doodle Wedding)
- When I Send You a Picture of Berlin, You'll Know It's Over, Over There
- When The Fleet Comes Sailing Home
- When the Flowers Bloom On No-Man's Land (What A Wonderful Day That Will Be)
- When the Lilies Bloom in France Again
- When the Sun Goes Down in Normandie (Then Is When I Sit and Dream of You)
- When You Come Back and You Will Come Back
- When You Come Home (song)
- While You're Away
- While You're Over There in No Man's Land, I'm Over Here in Lonesome Land
- The Worst Is Yet to Come
- Would You Rather Be a Colonel with an Eagle on Your Shoulder or a Private with a Chicken On Your Knee?