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'Susie Bell' was a popular nineteenth century nautical tune collected by Frederick Augustus Packer around the port at Hobart, in Tasmania. First published in 1882 London. The song is dedicated to the blue jacket sailors of the Australian Squadron, stationed in Australia. The lyrics are a rollicking Australian response to 'Nancy Lee' written by Stephen Adams



*1883 Hobart

*1885 Hobart

*1886 Tasmania

*1894 Melbourne, Victoria

*1894 Launceston

*1901 Bunbury, Western Australia

*1906 Tasmania

*1907 Tasmaina

*1930 Hobart

* 1936 Hobart


Category:Australian songs

Category:1882 songs

Category:Songwriter unknown

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