Album: The Water Gipsies (1932)

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  • "Little Boat" was the original and only song from the 1932 film The Water Gipsies; it has music by Vivian Ellis, who also composed the score for the film, and lyrics by A.P. Herbert, on whose 1930 novel it is based. It was also included in the 1955 musical version, another song, "Peace And Quiet," segueing into it. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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