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"'Hello! Hello! Who's Your Lady Friend?'" is an English music hall song from 1913, with music by Harry Fragson and words by Worton David and Bert Lee.
The song was recorded by Fragson in 1913,Richard Anthony Baker, 'British Music Hall: an illustrated history', Pen & Sword, 2014, , pp.129-131 and by both Stanley Kirkby and Ted Yorke in the following year. It became a popular marching song among soldiers in the First World War.[https://www.google.co.uk/books/edition/Sounds_of_War/xFjPDwAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=%22Who%27s+Your+Lady+Friend+%3F+%E2%80%9D+marching&pg=PA83&printsec=frontcover Emma Hanna, 'Sounds of War: Music in the British Armed Forces During the Great War', Cambridge University Press, 2020, p.83] It was later performed and recorded by many other singers.
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