Uncle Sam, it's up to you / words and music by Bert Reed
Reed, Bert. “Uncle Sam, it's up to you / words and music by Bert Reed.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 17 July 2019, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/37161. Accessed 17 Nov. 2019.
|Title||Uncle Sam, it's up to you / words and music by Bert Reed|
|Subject||World War, 1914-1918 -- Peace -- Songs and music;Popular music -- 1911-1920;Songs with piano;Uncle Sam (Symbolic character) -- Pictorial works;Olive -- Pictorial works;Warships -- Pictorial works;Airships -- Pictorial works|
|Description||For voice and piano;Caption title;"Respectfully dedicated to all Peace Societies of America.";Cover illustration: Uncle Sam waves an olive branch over the Atlantic Ocean military officers stand on the opposite shore warships and an airship are attacking / by Fred Hoertz|
|Publisher||New York : Reed Music Company|
|Contributor||Hoertz, Frederick J., 1899-1977|
|Format||1 score (5 pages) 35 cm|
|Alternative Title||At head of cover title: Great national peace song;First line of text: Without a doubt we are one grand old nation|
|Is Part Of||Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
VERSE 01: Without a doubt we are one grand old nation,/And we've been very fortunate of late,/For the way we've handled the grave situation,/Has kept us from this European scrape./Now we have lots of friends across the ocean,/And as true Americans, should be intent,/To help and with our measure of devotion,/Uphold the hands of our wise government.CHORUS: Uncle Sam, it's up to you, to do all that you can do,/To help the fighting nations come to terms,/You know the Stars and Stripes have in former days of strife,/Brought peace for which our hearts again do yearn./Let our people try again, a peace mission to extend,/And they'll ne'er forget the Yankee Doodle Do/Uncle Sam, let them see/We're friends across the sea,/For really, Uncle Sam, it's up to you.VERSE 02: We're one in heart and over there we've brothers,/Who are fighting for their home and country dear,/So we would share their burdens and their sorrow,/And send a loving word of hope and cheer./In Freedom's land now let us band together,/And our offers of peace again renew,/For kindly deeds and sympathies unbroken,/Are cluster'd round the dear red, white, and blue.