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Let the Rest of the World Go By

By Ernest R. Ball

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Piano and voice, ukulele
Composed by Ernest R. Ball. Celebrities, Dancers, Musicians, Love, Happiness, Dwellings, Contentment. Lester S. Levy Collection. 4 pages. Published by Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries (LV.9218).

Item Number: LV.9218

Let the Rest of the World Go By. Words by J. Keirn Brennan. Music by Ernest R. Ball. Published 1919 by M. Witmark & Sons in New York. Composition of strophic with chorus with piano and voice, ukulele instrumentation. Subject headings for this piece include Celebrities, Dancers, Musicians, Love, Happiness, Dwellings, Contentment. First line reads "Is the struggle and strife we find in this life really worth while, after all?.".

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