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  1. Jul 20,  · this a lady then softly said. "I wish I could," was the man's sad reply, "But she's dead in the coach ahead." Chorus: While the train rolled onward A husband sat in tears, Thinking of the happiness, Of just a few short years; For baby's face brings pictures of a cherished hope that's dead, But baby's cries can't waken her, In the baggage coach.
  2. Feb 19,  · Relating, he softly said. "I wish that I could," Said the man in reply, "But she's dead in the coach ahead." Train rolled on; The husband sat in tears, Thinking of the happiness of just a few short years. Baby's face brings pictures. Of a cherished hope that's dead. Baby's cries can't awaken her in the baggage coach ahead. Everyone then arose.
  3. With Guy Coombs, Estelle Allen. This film shows how a young man riding in a Pullman and trying to quiet a child whom he carries. His efforts are unsuccessful, to the great annoyance of the rest of the passengers, some of whom have retired, and when asked by one of the passengers why he doesn't take the child to its mother, he sadly informs her that she is "in the baggage coach ahead.".
  4. In the baggage coach ahead|Davis, Gussie L. (composer) "Singing, Violin and Guitar" 1 sound disc: analog, 78 rpm, vertical cut, mono. ; 10 in.
  5. One lady then softly said. "I wish I could," was the man's sad reply. "But she's dead in the coach ahead." As the train rolled onward, a husband set in tears, Thinking of the happiness of just a few short years. Baby's face brings pictures of a cherished hope now dead, But baby's cries can't awaken her in the baggage coach ahead.
  6. George Gaskin, "In the Baggage Coach Ahead" (CYL: Collumbia , c. ) George Reneau, "The Baggage Coach Ahead" (Vocalion , ) Ernest Thompson, "In The Baggage Coach Ahead" (Columbia D, ) Notes: Said to be based on the real-life story of Dr. James B. Watson and family. Watson's daughter Nellie was born in , and the girl.
  7. DESCRIPTION: The passengers on the train are awakened by a child's cries. They complain to the child's father. He tells them that the child's mother is dead "in the baggage coach ahead." Upon learning this, the passengers turn helpful.
  8. Mar 13,  · This is Gussie L. Davis' extremely well-known hit ballad of , enjoyed over the years by people who either personally experienced- or knew others who did - .

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