Fred E. Cliffe 
Last updated: 27.04.22
All that can presently (July 2019) be gleaned about Fred E. Cliffe from sheet music covers and by internet searching is that he has 6 works published in 1915.
Of ragtime interest is Change That Rag Into a March Refrain (1915) published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London W.C.2, England.
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Fred E. Cliffe  has at least 6 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.
Back Once Again
Music by: Fred E. Cliffe.
Co-Author: J. Whidden
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 5 pages.
Change That Rag Into a March Refrain
Music by: Fred E. Cliffe.
Co-Author: J. Whidden
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 5 pages.
If You're Going Back To London
Music by: Fred E. Cliffe.
Co-Author: William Jerome
Publisher: B. Feldman & Co.
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Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 5 pages.
In Lonesome Land
Music by: Fred E. Cliffe.
Co-Author: J. Whidden
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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  Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 4 pages.
Patriotic Patrick Muldoon
Music by: Fred E. Cliffe.
Co-Author: J. Whidden
Publisher: B. Feldman & Co.
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Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 5 pages.
Somewhere in Dear Old England
Music by: Fred E. Cliffe.
Co-Author: J. Whidden
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 5 pages.
     Title Attribution Remarks
       
url15.gif I Ran Straight Home With the News Fred E. Cliffe (music)
Fred Godfrey (words)
S. Mayo (perf.)
 
url15.gif I'm Bashful When I'm Bathing in the Briny Fred E. Cliffe (music)
George Carney (words)
Jack Cannot (perf.)
 
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 27 works by Fred E. Cliffe. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
What the Colonel Told the Adjutant (w&m) 191- George Carney (perf.)  wvicon.gif
I Ran Straight Home With the News 1913 Fred Godfrey (words)
S. Mayo (perf.)
We're All Booked For Honeymoon Land Tonight 1913 A. Glover (words)  wvicon.gif
I'll Be All Alone in January 1914 L. Wright (words)  Pub.
Morning, Noon and Night! 1914 L. Wright (words)  Pub.
When We March Through Berlin Town 1914 L. Wright (words)  wvicon.gif
Back Once Again 1915 J. Whidden (co-author)  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Change That Rag Into a March Refrain 1915 J. Whidden (co-author)  amazon15.gif Pub.
If You're Going Back To London 1915 William Jerome (co-author)
Jay Whidden (perf.)
Billy Kuming (perf.)
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In Lonesome Land 1915 J. Whidden (co-author)  amazon15.gif Pub.
Patriotic Patrick Muldoon 1915 J. Whidden (co-author)  amazon15.gif Pub.
Somewhere in Dear Old England 1915 J. Whidden (co-author)  amazon15.gif Pub.
Under the Archway, Archibald 1915 L. Wright (words)  Pub.
See the World and Get Paid For It (w&m) 1919 George Carney (perf.)  Pub.
I Like a Little Draw on My Cigar (w&m) 1920 George Carney (perf.)
I'm Bashful When I'm Bathing in the Briny 1920 George Carney (words)
Jack Cannot (perf.)
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Potatoes 1920 J W Johnson (words)
George Carney (perf.)
When the Last Colonial Soldier Goes Away (w&m) 1920 George Carney (perf.)
I'm Coming Home Early! (w&m) 1921
If I Had Only Know 1921 J W Johnson (words)
George Carney (perf.)
Casey's Char-A-Band (w&m) 1922 George Carney (perf.)
Colonel Coldfeet of the Coldstream Guards (w&m) 1922 George Carney (perf.)
At Seven O'Clock (w&m) 1923
More I Try to Forget the More I Remember You, The (w&m) 1929
I Wonder Who's Under Her Balcony Now 1938 H. Gifford (words)
G. Formby (perf.)
Mother What'll I Do Now (w&m) 1938 G. Formby (co-author)
G. Formby (perf.)
 Pub.
Grandad's Flannelette Nightshirt 1940 H. Gifford (words)
Eddie Latta (words)
G. Formby (perf.)