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    Gee! But I\u27m Crazy For The Summertime

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    The Rose of No Man\u27s Land

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    [Verse 1] I’ve seen some beautiful flowers, Grow in life’s garden fair, I’ve spent some wonderful hours Lost in their fragrance rare, But I have found another Wondrous beyond compare. [Chorus] There’s a Rose that grows on “No man’s land,” And it’s wonderful to see Tho’ its spray’d with tears, It will live for years, In my garden of memory. It’s the one red rose the solider knows It’s the work of the Master hand ‘Mid the war’s great curse, Stands the Red cross nurse She’s the Rose of No man’s land. [Verse 2] Out of the heavenly splendor, Down to the trail of woe, God in his mercy has sent her Cheering the world below We call her Rose of heaven We’ve learned to love her so. [Chorus

    We\u27re All Going Calling On The Kaiser

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    The Rose of NoMans Land

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    The Trail That Leads To You

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    When The Steamboats on the Swanee Whistle Rag-time

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    What’s in a Friendship? Partner Visibility Supports Cognitive Collaboration between Friends

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    Not all cognitive collaborations are equally effective. We tested whether friendship and communication influenced collaborative efficiency by randomly assigning participants to complete a cognitive task with a friend or non-friend, while visible to their partner or separated by a partition. Collaborative efficiency was indexed by comparing each pair’s performance to an optimal individual performance model of the same two people. The outcome was a strong interaction between friendship and partner visibility. Friends collaborated more efficiently than non-friends when visible to one another, but a partition that prevented pair members from seeing one another reduced the collaborative efficiency of friends and non-friends to a similar lower level. Secondary measures suggested that verbal communication differences, but not psychophysiological arousal, contributed to these effects. Analysis of covariance indicated that females contributed more than males to overall levels of collaboration, but that the interaction of friendship and visibility was independent of that effect. These findings highlight the critical role of partner visibility in the collaborative success of friends

    In The Little Red School House

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    Sailing Down The River In The Moonlight Mandy And I

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    The Poor Little Rich Girl

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