They were all out of step but Jim / by Irving Berlin
Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989. “They were all out of step but Jim / by Irving Berlin.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 17 July 2019, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/37163. Accessed 25 May 2020.
|Title||They were all out of step but Jim / by Irving Berlin|
|Subject||World War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music;Popular music -- United States;Marches (Voice with piano);Soldiers -- Songs and music;Brice, Elizabeth, 1883-1965;Fanchon, 1892-1965;Marco, 1894-1977;Ring, Blanche, 1871-1961;Sherman, Mabelle;Uttry, Arthur;Williams, Queenie|
|Description||March for voice and piano;Caption title;War slogans: p. 2-3;Cover illustration: three women watching a parade of soldiers / Barbelle photo of Elizabeth Brice on cop.1 photo of Fanchon & Marco on cop.2 photo of Blanche Ring on cop.3 photo of Miss Queenie Williams on cop.4 photo of Herbet Clifton on cop.5 photo of Mabelle Sherman & Arthur Uttry on cop.6;Variant advertisements|
|Creator||Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989|
|Publisher||New York (Strand Theatre Bldg., Broadway at 47th St., New York [N.Y.] : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder|
|763-2 Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York, N.Y.)|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: Jimmy's mother went to see her son;First line of chorus: Did you see my little Jimmy marching?|
|Is Part Of||Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
VERSE 01: Jimmy's mother went to see her son, marching along on parade;/In his uniform and with his gun, what a lovely picture he made./She came home that ev'ning, filled up with delight;/And to all the neighbors, she would yell with all her might:CHORUS 01: "Did you see my little Jimmy marching, with the soldiers up the avenue?/There was Jimmy just as stiff as starch,/Like his Daddy on the seventeenth of March./Did you notice all the lovely ladies,/Casting their eyes on him?/Away he went, to live in a tent;/Over in France with his regiment./Were you there, and tell me, did you notice?/They were all out of step but Jim."VERSE 02: That night little Jimmy's father stood, buying the drinks for the crowd;/You could tell that he was feeling good, he was talking terribly loud./Twenty times he treated, My! but he was dry;/When his glass was empty, he would treat again and cry:CHORUS 02: "Did you see my little Jimmy marching, with the soldiers up the avenue?/There was Jimmy just as stiff as starch,/Like his Daddy on the seventeenth of March./Did you notice all the lovely ladies,/Casting their eyes on him?/It made me glad, to gaze at the lad;/Lord help the Kaiser if he's like his Dad./Were you there, and tell me, did you notice?/They were all out of step but Jim."
|Original Format||1 score (, 2-3,  pages) : color illustrations 35 cm|