This jukebox is dedictated to all who served in WWII, the veterans, the 2nd Division, 9th Infantry and 92nd, Engineer, Boat and Shore, Regiment. Windows Player plays the song until you stop it or choose another song.

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Accentuate the Positive

As Time Goes By

American Patrol

A Train

Baby Face

Beer Barrel Polka

Begin The Beguine

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

Crawdad Song


Don't Fence Me In

Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

Five Foot Two

God Bless America

Getting Sentimental Over You

Harbor Lights

I'll Be Seeing You

I'll See You Again

In The Mood

Isn't It Romantic

Jersey Bounce

Lili Marlène

Moonlight Serenade

Peg O' My Heart

Pine Tops Boogie Woogie

Pack Up Your Troubles

Puttin On The Ritz

Sentimental Reasons

String of Pearls

The Nearness of You


You'll Never Know

White Cliffs of Dover

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Note: FireFox does not always open YouTube Videos. For an old fashion sing-a-long with Mitch Miller, click here and sing-a-long with a popular song from WWII, Peg O' My Heart. Daddy Burke sang this song to mother. I understand it was for a Peggy O'Neil however when daddy sang it, he meant it to be a piece of his heart. Dame Vera Lynn was the WWII sweetheart from London, England who sang many beautiful songs still remembered today. Dame Vera Lynn celebrated her 100th birthday in March 2017. There are many websites with information about this remarkable lady still living. To view her performing at age 73 at the 1990 Royal Variety Performance click here To view an interview with Dame Vera Lynn click here

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