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"I'll Walk Beside You"
Song
Genre Love song
Songwriter(s) Alan Murray, Edward Lockton

"I'll Walk Beside You" is a 1939 sentimental love song written by Alan Murray and Edward Lockton. It is associated with John McCormack who sang it on a number of occasions.[1]

The song was popular in Britain during the Second World War.[citation needed] A 1943 film I'll Walk Beside You was named after it, and featured the tune throughout.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cartwright, p.99

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