Bless This House (song)

Bless This House (song)

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title = Bless This House
english_title =
comment = originally titled "Bless the House"

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writer =
composer = May H. Morgan (or Brahe)
lyricist = Helen Taylor
published = 1927
written =
language = English
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original_artist =
recorded_by = Many artists
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"Bless This House" is a song. The words were written by Englishwoman Helen Taylor, a poet, under the original title "Bless the House." The music was composed by Australian May H. Morgan (or Brahe), a friend of Taylor's. It was published in 1927. It is frequently found in spiritual/inspirational collections, such as the Doris Day album "You'll Never Walk Alone" and the Perry Como album "I Believe." It a was a favourite of Vera Lynn, British WW2 "Forces Sweetheart" and appears on her album "We'll Meet Again - The Best of Vera Lynn"

External references

Vera Lynn album "We'll Meet Again - The Best of Vera Lynn" featuring "Bless This House" []

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