Vintage Audio - I'd Feel At Home If They'd Let Me Join The Army
The basis for the jovial I'd Feel at Home if They'd Let me Join the Army was the sentiment that life would be somewhat easier - and more peaceful - on the front lines than at home in so-called "domestic tranquility"!
The song was written in 1917 by Albert Gumble (music) and Jack Mahoney (lyrics) and published by Jerome H. Remick.
Use the player above to listen to a version of the song performed by the prolific Billy Murray, recorded in 1917.
A "lazy liz" was a heavy artillery shell fired by the Allied battleship Queen Elizabeth.
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