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For He's a Jolly Good Fellow - 4 mixes

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    For He's a Jolly Good Fellow 1059/13 Arr. Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Simple pub piano (honky tonk) arrangement of the well known tune
    0:35
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05913
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe author of this song is unknown. It was written between 1709 & 1722. Originally it was a French folk song that got transformed in English-speaking lands. Originally called "Malbrouck s'en va-t-en guerre," named after the Duke of Marlborough, who battled France to his death in 1705, it was known first in the U.S. as "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" and in England by its best-known title. It's also what you hear in movies where the budget wasn't big enough to afford "Happy Birthday."
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    For He's a Jolly Good Fellow 2 1059/68 Arr. Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Simple piano arrangement of the well known tune
    0:36
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05968
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe author of this song is unknown. It was written between 1709 & 1722. Originally it was a French folk song that got transformed in English-speaking lands. Originally called "Malbrouck s'en va-t-en guerre," named after the Duke of Marlborough, who battled France to his death in 1705, it was known first in the U.S. as "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" and in England by its best-known title. It's also what you hear in movies where the budget wasn't big enough to afford "Happy Birthday."
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    For He's a Jolly Good Fellow 3 (30) 1059/69 Arr. Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Simple pub piano (honky tonk) arrangement of the well known tune
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05969
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe author of this song is unknown. It was written between 1709 & 1722. Originally it was a French folk song that got transformed in English-speaking lands. Originally called "Malbrouck s'en va-t-en guerre," named after the Duke of Marlborough, who battled France to his death in 1705, it was known first in the U.S. as "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" and in England by its best-known title. It's also what you hear in movies where the budget wasn't big enough to afford "Happy Birthday."
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    For He's a Jolly Good Fellow 4 (30) 1059/70 Arr. Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Simple piano arrangement of the well known tune
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05970
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidThe author of this song is unknown. It was written between 1709 & 1722. Originally it was a French folk song that got transformed in English-speaking lands. Originally called "Malbrouck s'en va-t-en guerre," named after the Duke of Marlborough, who battled France to his death in 1705, it was known first in the U.S. as "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" and in England by its best-known title. It's also what you hear in movies where the budget wasn't big enough to afford "Happy Birthday."
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    Birthday Zoom Zoom 1843/7 17 mixes Tom Quick (PRS) | Sue Verran (PRS)
    Quirky birthday pop song with acoustic guitar & young female vocal
    3:51
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    Jolly Good Fellow 1314/77 3 mixes Arr. Mark Newby-Robson (PRS) | Vince De La Cruz (PRS) | Paul Beresford Wilson (PRS)
    Refreshingly unmusical crowd sing famous tune with rock band
    0:49
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    Playing In The Final 1314/95 1 mixes Arr. Mark Newby-Robson (PRS) | Vince De La Cruz (PRS) | Paul Beresford Wilson (PRS)
    Faintly abusive lyrics to the tune of "For he's a jolly good fellow"
    0:48
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    Ta Ra Ra Boom-De-Ay 1059/15 2 mixes Arr. Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Simple piano arrangement of the famous melody
    0:35
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