The sheet music is credited to Frank W. Carter and R.P. Weston, sung by George Leyton, and T.B. Harms of New York as well as the London firm, copyright 1902. Retailing in Britain for two shillings, it was dedicated, by special permission, to the Commandant of York's School, Chelsea. According to John MacKenzie in his book Popular Imperialism And The Military: 1850-1950
, Leyton used the song as a fundraiser for veterans while on tour.
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