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HAPPY AS A SANDBAG Book: Ken Lee, based on songs from the 1940s. 10 September, 1975 - Ambassadors Theatre, London SYNOPSIS Compilation musical (revue) using songs of the war years. The show was subtitled "all the fun of the 1940s" although it is merely a collection of wartime songs strung together with linking dialogue MUSICAL NUMBERS: Let the People Sing (Gay); There'll Always Be An England (Parker-Charles); Beer barrel polka (Brown-Vejvoda-Timm); Adolf (Mills); Hip-hooray for Neville Chamberlain!; The Lambeth walk (Parody) (Gay); Hokey Cokey (Kennedy); Knees Up, Mother Brown (Trad.); When the Lights Go On Again (Seiler-Marcus-Benjamin); The White Cliffs of Dover (Burton-Kent); The Humbug of Hamburg (Western); Johnny Head-in-Air (Trad.); You'll Never Know (Warren-Gordon); Colonel Bogey (Alford); Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (Root); Underneath the Spreading Chestnut Tree (Kennedy-Connor); When the War Is Over; Bless 'em All (Hughes-Lake); You Stepped Out of a Dream (Kahn-Brown); Long Ago and Far Away (Kern-Gershwin); Lili Marlene (Leip-Schultze-Connor); This Is the Army, Mr Jones (Berlin); Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition (Loesser); That Lovely Weekend (Heath); Room 504 (Maschwitz-Posford); We'll Meet Again (Parker-Charles); Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye (Park-Parr-Davies); Comin' In On a Wing and a Prayer (Adamson-McHugh); Coming home (Reid); Two Sleepy People (Carmichael-Loesser); A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (Maschwitz-Connor-Sherwin); Shoo-Shoo Baby (Moore); Three Little Sisters (Mizzy-Taylor); Back To the Land (Pelissier); Run, Rabbit, Run (Gay-Butler); Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie (Lombardo-Loeb); The Thing-ummy-bob (That's Going to Win the War); Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet (Raye-De Paul); A Zoot Suit (For My Sunday Gal) (Gilbert-O'Brien); The Fleet's In; Deep In the Heart of Texas (Hershey-Swander); She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain (Trad.); I Yi Yi Yi Yi (I Like You Very Much) (Warren-Gordon);