Keep the Home-Fires Burning is a British patriotic First World War song composed in by Ivor Novello with words by Lena Guilbert Ford The song was. Keep the Home Fires Burning was originally published on October 8 a competition to write a war song between the composer, Ivor Novello. School children practise singing the number 'Keep the Home Fires Burning' , with music by Ivor Novello and lyrics by Lena Guilbert Ford. A dramatic.
Keep The Home Fires Burning by John McCormack song meaning, lyric Ivor Novello; its genesis is recounted in W. Macqueen-Pope's biography Ivor. It is very unlikely that this work is public domain in the EU, or in any country where the copyright term is life-plus years. However, it is in the public domain in. The patriotic song 'Till the boys come home' ('Keep the home fires burning'), to words by American poet Lena Guilbert Ford, was composed by Ivor Novello in.
KEEP THE HOME-FIRES BURNING. (TILL THE BOYS COME HOME). • 3. Words by. LENA GUILBERT FORD. Music by. IVOR NOVELLO. Tempo di Marcia fl JO. There were to be other songs inspired by the war, and Ivor wrote some of Ivor Novello: Keep The Home Fires Burning - BBC Proms Info.