Till We Meet Again

by Henry Burr & Albert Campbell

Top hit from: 16.02 to 26.04.1919

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"Till We Meet Again" is a popular song. The music was written by Richard A. Whiting, the lyrics by Raymond B. Egan in 1918. Written during the Great War, the song tells of the parting of a soldier and his sweetheart. The title comes from the final line of the chorus:
As Whiting's Sister Margaret tells it, the song was intended for a 1918 contest at a Detroit theater. Dissatisfied with the result, Whiting threw the manuscript in the trash. His secretary retrieved it and showed it to their boss, publisher Jerome Remick, who submitted it in the contest, where it won top honors.
This song has been commonly used as the anthem of Huddersfield Town since the early 20's.
In 1919, it was the number 1 song of the year as recorded by Henry Burr and Albert Campbell.

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Lyrics

May His peace be with you till we meet again
May His peace be with you till we meet again
Till we reach that distant shore
And we'll shed a tear no more
May He give you strength to endure
Till we meet again

May His love be with you till we meet again
May His love be with you till we meet again
Till we reach that promised land

And we'll walk hand in hand
May He give you strength to stand
Till we meet again

May His love be with you til we meet again
May His love be with you til we meet again
Til we walk those streets of gold
Where we'll never never never never grow old
I'll find rest for my soul
Til we meet again
Til we meet again

these lyrics are last corrected by james p chapman