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WHEN THEY SOUND THE LAST ALL-CLEAR (Music: Hugh Charles / Lyrics: Lewis Elton) Vera Lynn (with Mantovani & His Orch.) - 1941 Lew Stone & His Orch. (vocal: Benny Lee) - 1941 Donald Peers - 1941 The Three Suns - 1941 Gene Autry - 1941 When they sound the last all-clear How happy, my darling, we'll be When they turn up the lights And the dark lonely nights Are only a memory Never more we'll be apart Always together, sweetheart For the peace-bells will ring And the whole world will sing When they sound the last all-clear We've got our troubles and we've got our cares But as long as we keep smiling through There'll come a day When the clouds roll away And the sun will be shining anew When they sound the last all-clear How happy, my darling, we'll be When they turn up the lights And the dark lonely nights Are only a memory Never more we'll be apart Always together, sweetheart For the peace-bells will ring And the whole world will sing When they sound the last all-clear (Transcribed from the Vera Lynn recording by Mel Priddle - March 2009)

    


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