We Don't Know Where We're Going - Sheet music download

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We Don't Know Where We're Going (Until We're There!) - Sheet music download.
By Ralph Butler and Noel Gay. 1944
Introduced by Tommy Handley of ITMA fame.
4 Pages including front cover. PDF File.





ITMA
It's That Man Again (or more commonly ITMA) was a BBC radio comedy programme which ran from 1939 to 1949. The title was a contemporary phrase referring to ever more frequent news-stories about Hitler in the lead-up to World War II, and specifically a headline in the Daily Express written by Bert Gunn. This was humorously transferred to Tommy Handley, the popular comedian around whom the programme was developed. The scripts were written by the prolific Ted Kavanagh. "ITMA" is believed to have played a major role in sustaining morale on the UK's 'home front' during the Second World War.

The show was broadcast from the BBC Wales studios in Bangor, Caernarvonshire, north Wales, where the BBC's Light Entertainment Department was based during World War II.

"We Don't Know Where We're Going (Until We're There!)" is a popular song written by British composer Noel Gay and lyricist Ralph Butler, and published in 1944.

It was introduced by Tommy Handley on the BBC radio show ITMA, and became popular among evacuees. The song was later used to great effect during war scenes in the 1975 movie Overlord.

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