I'LL SHOW YOU WHERE THE ELEPHANT IS HIDING

By: Morton Richard &

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London Charles Sheard. 1893. With a fine colour lithograph cover by H. G. Banks showing 3 scenes from the song and a centre inset colour portrait of the famous performer Marie Lloyd. Marie Lloyd (1870-1922)who was born Matilda Wood and made her first appearance at the Eagle Music Hall in 1885 but quickly changed her name to Marie Lloyd and after her first success with the borrowed song- The Boy I love is Up in the Gallery.She established her reputation in the 1890's with a series of saucy songs such as this one and Oh Mr Porter and Everything in the Garden's Lovely. She became the major name in the British Music Hall. Towards the end of her career she added character songs such as My Old Man said follow the Van. Shortly after performing I'm one of the Ruins that Cromwell knocked about a Bit in 1922, she returned home and died. Her reputation remains legend.Lyricist Richard Morton (died 1921) wrote a number of major music hall song lyrics but none so famous as Ta-ra-ra Boom-de ay. Morton helped re-organise the original American version of that song. Though this cover and Kilgarriff assert that Henry J. Sayers composed the famous song of Lottie Collins. Either way Mr Sayers composed this one for Marie Lloyd. Folio size with music. Condition VG .

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