John A. Glover-Kind

Writer of Mark Sheridan’s immortal I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside (1909) and the successful follow-up By The Sea (By The Side Of The Silvery Sea (1910), John A. Glover-Kind also wrote several songs with Fred Godfrey in 1910: Don’t Tell The Wife! (with Harry Castling); Lead Me Towards The Girls; On The Day You Sang “Come Back To Erin” (with Frank W. Carter); and Take It Nice And Easy (with Harry Castling). In 1911, they produced Bridget Malone (Queen Of The Opera).