“We'll Get There All the Same”


The singer promises that the temperance crusaders will "get there [to Prohibition] just the same." As examples of those who overcame equal adversity, the singer cites the oppressed Hebrews, Noah, and the American revolutionaries


  1. Randolph 321, "We'll Get There All the Same" (1 text, 1 tune)
  2. Randolph/Cohen, pp. 271-273, "We'll Get There All the Same" (1 text, 1 tune -- Randolph's 321)
  3. Roud #7795
  4. BI, R321


Author: H. S. Taylor and J. B. Hebert?
Earliest date: 1942 (Randolph); reportedly composed 1887
Keywords: drink political
Found in: US(So)