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There'll always be an England!
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A great song; now very hated by the British left. Melody - and text Ross Parker & Hugh Charles

There'll always be an England,
While there's a country lane.
Wherever there's a cottage small
Beside a field of grain
There'll always be an England
While there's a busy street.
Wherever there's a turning wheel
A million marching feet.

Red, white and blue
What does it mean to you?
Surely you're proud
Shout it loud
Britons awake!
The Empire too
We can depend on you.
Freedom remains
These are the chains
Nothing can break.

There'll always be an England
And England shall be free
If England means as much to you
As England means to me.

The above with There'll always be an England (with audio extract) sung by Monte Rey (a Scottsman)

"There'll always be an England" sung by Sam Browne appears on the War Zone CD

"There'll always be an England" sung by Vera Lynn appears on the English Country Garden CD

"There'll always be an England" Gracie Fields

"There'll always be an England" by Alfred Piccaver (with audio extract)

"There'll always be an England" by Tiny Tim

"There'll always be an England" by Sidney Burchell

See also Sterling Music 20 for Lili Marlene and There'll Always be an England

"There'll always be an England" by Roy Tildesley

Modern History Sourcebook: There'll Always Be An England and Other War Music

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