Shaun Glenville (1884–1968)
Together, Glenville and Godfrey wrote If You Come From Yorkshire (By Gum,
Tha’s Reet Up T’Mark) (1916); Soldiers Like It (1918);
and Wait A Minute (There’s A Little Bit More To Come!) (with
Godfrey writing as “Edward E. Elton”, 1929). The date of another
song, There’s Something In The Irish After All (with Leslie
Leonard Cooke), is uncertain but believed to be ca. 1914, the same year as When An Irishman Goes Fighting (published sheet music credits Godfrey and Leslie Leonard Cooke; EMI also credits Glenville).