Kirk Collection:
Popular Song Index
(Professional/Artist Song Sheets)

(Complete List)

All titles have been digitized.
Songs published through 1923 may be viewed or downloaded
from this page or a contents gateway .

Fair-use restrictions apply to post-1923 materials,
so you must formally request copies
(see e-mail links below).

The Popular Song Index contains popular songs published from ca.1900-1972. The collection consists mostly of 22 x 28 cm. (8 1/2 x 11 in.) professional/artist song sheets. Pagination varies, and many of the song sheets, particularly the older ones, are fragile. They were used by music and department stores to promote sheet music sales. The entire collection of sheet music and professional/artist song sheets has approximately 7,500 items.

According to the latest database count, there are 2,614 professional/artist specimens of sheet music. Albeit infrequently, additions are made to the collection. When this happens, these pages will be updated. Songs without publication dates have yet to be analyzed and their dates or publication eras identified. Until this occurs, fair-use restrictions apply to this music as well.

The professional sheet music is housed as part of the Kirk Collection in the Special Collections Department of Cunningham Memorial Library at Indiana State University. An indexed version of the data is also available.

The Kirk Collection contains in excess of 14,000 examples of popular music in various genres from approximately 1900 until 1972. For additional information or photocopy requests, contact Special Collections . For general questions regarding other collections in or policies of the Special Collections Department, e-mail the department at librbsc@library.indstate.edu or call 812/237-2611.

1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911
1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923
1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935
1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947
1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1971 N.D.


____________________ 1900____________________

Title: Carolina picaninny.
First Line: Bedtime comin', darkness soon, bees stop hummin' befo' de' moon
Chorus:
Music by: Solomons, Nat. E.
Words by: Dauphin, Walter.
P/P/D: S.l. : Groene Music, c1900.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1901____________________

Title: I'll be with you when the roses bloom again.
First Line: They are roaming in the gloaming, where the roses are in bloom
Chorus: When the roses bloom again beside the river
Music by: Cobb & Edwards.
Words by: Cobb & Edwards.
P/P/D: New York : E. A. Mills, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1903____________________

Title: Hiawatha (His song to Minnehaha).
First Line: Oh the moon is all agleam on the stream where I dream of you my pretty Indian maid
Chorus: I am your own your Hiawatha brave
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: O'Dea, Jas.
P/P/D: Detroit : Whitney Warner, c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1904____________________

Title: A message from dreamland.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Chas. B.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Will Rossiter, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Ole man moon.
First Line: Down in dear old Dixie where the rose vines twine
Chorus: Ole Man Moon! am goin' to git you soon
Music by: Udall, Lyn.
Words by: Udall, Lyn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1905____________________

Title: Beat it while your shoes are good.
First Line: Went out with a minstrel show, opened up in Kokomo
Chorus: Beat it while your shoes are good, I wouldn't pay yo'se if I could
Music by: Williams, Clarence A.
Words by: Mahoney, Will H.
P/P/D: S.l. : New York Music, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: In the golden autumn time my sweet Elaine.
First Line: By the gate a youth stood pleading with his sweetheart
Chorus: Are you coming, sweet Elaine, are you coming back again?
Music by: Henry, S. R.
Words by: Gerard, Richard H.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just a little rocking chair and you.
First Line: Singing 'bout you Sal 'cause you are my gal
Chorus: I don't want a little cosy corner
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Fitzgibbon, Bert, and Jack Drislane.
P/P/D: N. Y. : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Silver heels.
First Line: Where the cornflow'rs wave once an Indian brave
Chorus: I love you and you love me, pretty little Silver Heels
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: O'dea, James.
P/P/D: Detroit, New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Tickle me.
First Line: On a balmy night in June, a great big lovesick coon
Chorus: For I want you to tickle me baby, no one else but you
Music by: Mullen, J. B.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : P. J. Howley, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: What a wonderful mother you'd be.
First Line: I saw you playing with a child, you looked so sweet to me
Chorus: I can picture a babe on your knee
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1906____________________

Title: Abraham Jefferson Washington Lee (You ain't goin' to pick no fuss out of me).
First Line: Look here let me ask you something Mister Lee
Chorus: Abraham Jefferson Washington Lee, well you ain't goin' to pick no fuss out of me
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Crocodile Isle.
First Line: Far off in Egypt's lands, down by the silv'ry Nile
Chorus: Don't go away and leave me, why don't you stay and spoon!
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Drislane, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: F-R-I-E-N-D-S.
First Line: Bill Jackson had a lot of friends
Chorus: F-R-I-E-N-D-S, where will you find them when you're in distress
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, Wm.
P/P/D: London : Jerome & Schwartz, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Strolling home with Jennie.
First Line: When the evening bells were ringing
Chorus: I was strolling home with Jennie, by the river she and I
Music by: Allen, Thos. S.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass : Walter Jacobs, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Though your hair is turning silver you've a heart of gold.
First Line: Draw your chair close to the fire, dear heart
Chorus: Tho' your hair is turning silver you've a heart of gold
Music by: Schmid, Johann C.
Words by: Baer, Chas. E.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, Pa. : Welch & Wilsky, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Waiting at the church; or, my wife won't let me.
First Line: I'm in a nice bit of trouble, I confess
Chorus: There was I, waiting at the church
Music by: Pether, Henry E.
Words by: Leigh, Fred W.
P/P/D: New York : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When the Whip-poor-will sings Marguerite.
First Line: The whip-poor-will at twilight's glow was singing
Chorus: When the whip-poor-will sings Marguerite
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Denison, C. M.
P/P/D: New York : Helf & Heger Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Will you think of me Marcelle.
First Line: I must say good-bye Marcelle, but you know I love you well
Chorus: Will you think of me Marcelle of the one that loves you well?
Music by: Purcell, Bertha.
Words by: Purcell, Bertha.
P/P/D: New York : The Eastern Music Pub. Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1907____________________

Title: The door of hope.
First Line: Last night in an hour of troubled slumber
Chorus:
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Reed, Dave.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1909____________________

Title: Garden dreams.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Lincoln, Harry J.
Words by:
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa. : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1910____________________

Title: Any old way you cook chicken (Is good enough for me).
First Line: Some people like their chicken stew
Chorus: Any old way you cook chicken, is good enough for me
Music by: Perrin, Sid.
Words by: Jones, Irving.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York : Victor Kremer Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Dear old Dixie Land.
First Line: Down in the land of sugarcane and fields of cotton white
Chorus:
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I have something in my eye, and its you.
First Line: She was for teasing, he was for squeezing
Chorus: I have something in my eye, and it's you, you, you
Music by: Richmond, Frank.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York : Victor Kremer Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: In the garden of love with you.
First Line: You ask me just how much I think of you
Chorus: In the garden of love with you, sweetheart
Music by: Lloyd, Evans.
Words by: McDonald, C. P.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York : Victor Kremer Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just a dream of you, dear.
First Line: Tho' walking I dream, in the sunset gleam of the fading summer day
Chorus: Just a dream at sunset, in the fading glow
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: McNamara, C. F.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Victor Kremer Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Let me call you sweetheart (I'm in love with you).
First Line: I am dreaming dear of you day by day
Chorus: Let me call you Sweetheart I'm in love with you
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Whitson, Beth Slater.
P/P/D: Chicago : Leo Friedman, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The morning after the night before [Incomplete].
First Line: In the "Wont go home until morning" club I took my third degree
Chorus: The morning after the night before
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Moran, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : J. Fred Helf Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My Sunday girl.
First Line: Everybody loves somebody nobody is free
Chorus: Monday night I go to see my Molly
Music by: Carter, N. S.
Words by: Jones, Earle C.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Ind. : J. H. Aufderheide, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Off again, on again, gone again.
First Line: On a railroad section there was much objection
Chorus: Off again, on again, gone again Finnegan
Music by: Mann, Nat. D.
Words by: Davis, Collin.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Victor Kremer Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Roses will tell.
First Line: At night dear heart I lay and dream
Chorus: Roses will tell, roses will tell, how much I love you dear
Music by: Dugdale, H. Kirkus.
Words by: Wilson, Al.
P/P/D: S.l. : H. Kirkus Dugdale Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Sweet freedom's land.
First Line: Sweet freedom's land we'll sing to thee
Chorus:
Music by: Olander, T. Henry.
Words by: Olander, T. Henry.
P/P/D: Roanoke, Va : T. Henry Olander, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That is why I love you.
First Line: You spoke to me a pleasant word, it cheered me on awhile
Chorus: Your eyes are eyes of innocence, your voice is soft and sweet
Music by: Browne, Raymond A.
Words by: Savage, Sylvester S.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That Spanish-American rag.
First Line: Molly May took a notion in her head one day
Chorus: Oh! that Spanish American ragtime
Music by: Penn, William H.
Words by: Browne, Raymond A.
P/P/D: N.Y. : The Music House of Laemmle, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1911____________________

Title: At the ragtime ball.
First Line: Good evening dearie
Chorus: Oh that ragtime ball, we shouldn't miss this opportunity to dance the Bear
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie V.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: Chicago : Walton Process, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Beside the crystal sea.
First Line: The night dear one, will soon be o'er
Chorus: I see the celestial city shine, beside, the crystal sea
Music by: Dugdale, H. Kirkus.
Words by: Rasin, Wm. P.
P/P/D: Washington, D.C. : Wm. P. Rasin, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Big old lazy moon.
First Line: Summer's night, a girl and boy are strolling
Chorus: O-o-oh you big old lazy moon why don't you shed your light?
Music by: Hall, Herbert.
Words by: Lacoss, Hugh J.
P/P/D: Washington, D.C. : The H. Kirkus Dugale Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Come with me to Spooney-land.
First Line: There's a place where lovers roam
Chorus: Come with me to Spoony land that's the place where sweetest kisses grow
Music by: Madden, Lou, and James Fitzpatrick.
Words by: Madden, Lou, and James Fitzpatrick.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Dearest memories.
First Line: The autumn leaves are falling
Chorus: Scenes of childhood dear to my heart
Music by: Vodery, Will H.
Words by: Creamer, Henry S.
P/P/D: New York : The Rogers Bros. Music, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Fishing.
First Line: Eph Jackson could look his wife straight in her eyes
Chorus: You say you go a-fishing all the time, so I'm goin' a-fishing too
Music by: Smith, Chris.
Words by: Smith, Chris.
P/P/D: Chicago : Thompson & Company, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Garland of old fashioned roses.
First Line: Through a sunlit garden with its roses fair
Chorus: A garland of old fashioned roses sweetheart I bring to you
Music by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
Words by: Musgrove, C. H.
P/P/D: S.l. : Keithley & Marzian Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Goodbye, my love, goodbye.
First Line: Mine is a love of a thousand years
Chorus: No mountains can hold me, no oceans divide
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Graff, Geo., Jr.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I want a girl (Just like the girl that married dear old dad).
First Line: When I was a boy my mother often said to me, get married boy and see
Chorus: I want a girl, just like the girl that married dear old Dad
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Dillon, William.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: If all my dreams were made of gold, I'd buy the world for you.
First Line: You ask me, sweetheart, if I love you
Chorus: If all my dreams were made of gold, I'd buy the world for
Music by: Christie, George.
Words by: Bradley, J. F, and C. F. Quigley.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My heart's tonight in loveland where I first met you.
First Line: I want you so you'll never know
Chorus: My heart's tonight in loveland, where the skies are blue
Music by: Ellsworth, Eugene.
Words by: Ellsworth, Eugene.
P/P/D: Chicago : Eugene Ellsworth, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Somewhere this summer with you.
First Line: Listen here fellows, I want in the crowd
Chorus: Somewhere this summer with you you know a few and I know a few
Music by: Schjonberg, Chris.
Words by: Whiting, George.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Take me back to the garden of love.
First Line: Sweet thoughts of first love are filling me
Chorus: Take me back to your garden of love, dear
Music by: Osborne, Nat.
Words by: Goetz, E. Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: There's a mother old and gray who needs me now.
First Line: As the golden sunbeams shone in all their glory
Chorus: There's a mother old and gray who needs me now
Music by: Diamond, George H.
Words by: Diamond, George H.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: There's nothing like a mothers love.
First Line: Tonight in dreams I see my home, the place where I was born
Chorus: There's nothing like a mother's love dear
Music by: Greene, May.
Words by: Lang, Wm. A.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Jos. M. Daly, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The undertaker man.
First Line: Cinderella Jackson from a town in Minnesota
Chorus: I don't mind talking and I don't mind walking
Music by: Smith, Chris.
Words by: Smith, Chris.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Until you came, dear heart.
First Line: The skies that once were cold and gray
Chorus: Until you came, my life was sad and lonely
Music by: Hern, Frank E.
Words by: Hern, Frank E.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank E. Hern, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I dream of you.
First Line: Faithful and true, dreaming of you
Chorus: I dream of you in day time, I dream of you by night
Music by: Johnson, Chas. L.
Words by: Clay, Wm. R.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Johnson Pub. Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I met you last night in dreamland.
First Line: I care not today, if the skies are gray
Chorus: When I met you last night in dreamland, where the lovelight outshines the moon
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Whitson, Beth Slater.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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____________________ 1912____________________

Title: And Johnny goes too (And Johnny goes to his home across the way).
First Line: This world seems to be full of gladness
Chorus: Ev'ry morning I go for a drive in the park, and Johnny goes, too
Music by: Busch, "Billy."
Words by: Bayha, Chas. A.
P/P/D: New York : "Billy" Busch Music, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: And the green grass grew all around.
First Line: Little Johnnie Green, little Sallie Brown
Chorus: And the green grass grew all around, all around, all around
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: At the Yiddisher ball.
First Line: In our neighborhood we have, what you call
Chorus: At the ball, at the ball, at the yiddisher ball
Music by: Piani, Harry.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Baby please don't shake me while I'm gone.
First Line: A gal name Flo, in a midway show
Chorus: While I'm gone babe I'll feel lonely
Music by: Williams, Spencer.
Words by: Cohen, Rose.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Be my little baby bumble bee.
First Line: Queenie bee lived o'er the lee
Chorus: Be my little baby bumble bee
Music by: Marshall, Henry I.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Be sure he's Irish (Then love him that good old Irish way).
First Line: Dear old mother came from County Cork, of Irish stock was she
Chorus: Be sure he's Irish, just like your mother
Music by: Glogau, Jack.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Billy, Billy, bounce your baby doll.
First Line: Officer, officer, stop that man
Chorus: Billy, Billy, bounce your baby doll, Billy, Billy, bounce me like a ball
Music by: Fischer, Fred, and Al Bryan.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Bridal roses.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Daly, Joseph M.
Words by:
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Jos. M. Daly, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Castellano.
First Line: Music playing so sweet
Chorus:
Music by: Frantzen, Henry.
Words by: Richards, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : The F. B. Haviland Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The chicken rag.
First Line: A thousand miles south upon a great big farm
Chorus: Chick, chick, chick, chick, come do the chicken rag
Music by: Brockman, James.
Words by: Brockman, James.
P/P/D: New York : Theo. Morse Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The chicken's ball.
First Line: Hon, I want to take you to a dead swell ball
Chorus: Ev'ry body does a little step alone
Music by: Fagan, Fred. M.
Words by: Jolson, Al.
P/P/D: Chicago : Aubrey Stauffer & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Come along to honeymoon land (Let's go honeymooning, honey).
First Line: Oh! oh! hear the bells a ringing!
Chorus: Let's go honeymooning, honey!
Music by: Smith, Henry Clay.
Words by: Browne, Raymond A.
P/P/D: New York : Smith & Browne Inc., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Come and kiss your little baby.
First Line: Honey can't you see the moon is shining
Chorus: Come and kiss your little baby, one, two, three, four
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Albert Von Tilzer, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: D-I-X-I-E, spells home, sweet home to me.
First Line: I heard you mention Dixie, old pal, shake hands with me
Chorus: Ev'ry time they mention dear old dixie land
Music by: Doerr, Eddie, Paul Cunningham, and Edgar Farran.
Words by: Doerr, Eddie, Paul Cunningham, and Edgar Farran.
P/P/D: New York : Crown Music Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Daddy has a sweetheart, and mother is her name.
First Line: Daddy's in love with a dear lady fair
Chorus:
Music by: Stamper, Dave.
Words by: Buck, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Penn Music Co., Inc., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Find me a girl.
First Line: When a fellow meets a girlie who is shy
Chorus: Find me a girl who's lonely one little girl one only
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Floating down the river on the Alabam'.
First Line: I feel so sad, oh! no I'm glad
Chorus: Floating along, floating along, floating down the river on the Alabam
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Albert Von Tilzer, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Good night Kate Hayes.
First Line: Kate Hayes was the sweetest girl of all the girls in town
Chorus: Good night Kate Hayes good night Kate Hayes
Music by: Keefe, Tom.
Words by: Keefe, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Goodbye my summer girl.
First Line: Summer time is bidding all the world goodbye
Chorus: Goodbye my summer girl, farewell to you
Music by: Bush, Ora Preston.
Words by: Greene, Schuyler.
P/P/D: New York : The Golden Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Hello, hello, New York town.
First Line: Willie Slater aviator, master of the air
Chorus: Hello, hello, New York town I'm up here, looking down at you
Music by: Marshall, Henry I.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chas. K. Harris, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Here comes my daddy now (Oh pop-oh pop-oh pop).
First Line: Miss Susan Brown said, it's my holiday I'm feeling gay
Chorus: Here comes my daddy now, (oh pop, oh pop, oh pop)
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: He's got my goat.
First Line: My Henry shook me cold the other day
Chorus: He come and got my confidence, 'twas easy I'll confess
Music by: Smith, Chris.
Words by: Smith, Chris.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : J. Daly, Music Publishers, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Home will be home wheresoever we be.
First Line: I sat by the fireside musing, over scenes that have passed away
Chorus: Home will be home where ever you roam
Music by: Mullett, George.
Words by: Mullett, George.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Honey dear.
First Line: I am feeling bad, I am feeling sad
Chorus: Honey dear (listen here) don't you fear (baby dear)
Music by: Potter, Bert.
Words by: Potter, Bert.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Jos. M. Daly, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The hour of love.
First Line: Dear little girl summer days have passed
Chorus: My heart calls out for love of you
Music by: Weymann, Herbert W.
Words by: McDonnell, Therese H.
P/P/D: S.l. : H. A. Weymann & Son, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I had a wonderful girl.
First Line: I had a golden sunbeam, I had a priceless pearl
Chorus: I had a wonderful girl, what a wonderful girl was she
Music by: McConnell, J. Edwin.
Words by: McConnell, J. Edwin.
P/P/D: St. Louis, Mo. : Buck & Lowney Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I like a girl, with a smile, like you.
First Line: Ev'rybody has a sweetheart, I'm looking for one, too
Chorus: For, I like a girl, with a smile, like you
Music by: Jones, and Deely.
Words by: Jones, and Deely.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I like it better.
First Line: Oh! Mister Leader, do you remember the tune you played me way last December?
Chorus: I like it better, I like it better, I like it better ev'ry day
Music by: Alstyne, Egbert Van.
Words by: Williams, and Brockman.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I loved you the first time I met you.
First Line: Fate is the cause of our sorrow
Chorus: You are to me like the sunshine that changes the night into day
Music by: Daly, Jos. M.
Words by: Mittenthal, Jos.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass : Jos. M. Daly, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I want to be loved all over.
First Line: Feeling lonesome, no place to go, I went to a vaudeville show
Chorus: I want to be loved all over; all over; all over
Music by: Smith, Henry Clay.
Words by: Browne, Raymond A.
P/P/D: New York : Smith & Brown, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: If all the little angels are as sweet as you I want to die.
First Line: Last night I dreamed such a funny dream
Chorus: If all the little angels are as sweet as you I want to die
Music by: Erdman, Ernie.
Words by: Downs, Wm. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: If I said please.
First Line: Moonbright on two lovers shining
Chorus: If I said please, if I said please
Music by: Edwards, Ed.
Words by: Odoms, Cliff.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, Pa. : H. A. Weymann & Son, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'll build a wall around loveland.
First Line: When twilight shadows find the world at rest
Chorus: I'll build a wall around loveland, all around loveland and you
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam. M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'm goin', good-bye, I'm gone.
First Line: Jasper Judson Johnson Lee was the swellest colored gent in town
Chorus: I'm goin', goin', goin', goin', goodbye, I'm gone
Music by: Johnson, Chas. L.
Words by: Johnson, Chas. L.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'm the guy.
First Line: Now Hammerstein and Georgie Coh'n are surely wondrous men
Chorus: I'm the guy that put the stars up in the sky
Music by: Sear, Bob. F., and Walter Wilson.
Words by: Sear, Bob. F., and Walter Wilson.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'm the lonesomest gal in town.
First Line: If you read in the papers some day, that some poor girl has passed away
Chorus: I'm the lonesomest gal in town, ev'rybody has thrown me down
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I've got the finest man.
First Line: Happy, happy, happy little bird am I, I want to fly
Chorus: I've got the finest man, oh, lawd!
Music by: Europe, James Reese.
Words by: Creamer, Henry S.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just an old time song.
First Line: I had wander'd from the city, down a quiet shady way
Chorus: 'Twas just an old time song, of the long ago
Music by: Pratt, Paul.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Chicago : Aubrey Stauffer & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Keep away from the fellow who owns an automobile.
First Line: There's a certain flirtin' man with money in the bank
Chorus: Keep away from the fellow who owns an automobile, he'll take you far in his motor car
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Keep on lovin'.
First Line: Two sweethearts were spooning, where sweet roses bloom
Chorus: Keep on a lovin' me dear just love me all the time
Music by: Breuer, Ernest.
Words by: Gunsky, M.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Let's go to Savannah G. A.
First Line: Every day's a holiday every body must be gay
Chorus: Just watch those shuffelin' feet pay attention to the shuffelin' feet
Music by: Muir, Lewis F., and Maurice Abrahams.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Let's have it.
First Line: My gal Sal is a good old pal
Chorus: Won't you play that feeling tune
Music by: Wyne, Howard.
Words by: Wyne, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Luella Lee.
First Line: Love-birds cooing, calling to you
Chorus: Luella Lee, the moon is shining bright
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Esrom, D. A.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Mary was a real wise girl.
First Line: Mary dressed in ginghams when she lived on the farm
Chorus: Anything that you like, Mary, is the thing that I like too
Music by: Shannon, J. R.
Words by: Shannon, J. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Maybe I'll forget you then.
First Line: Beneath a tree just he and she, they are talking of the morrow
Chorus: When the roses bloom in winter, when the snowflakes fall in June
Music by: Shannon, J. R.
Words by: Moriaty, Geo J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Mine is the love that will last.
First Line: Come sweetheart mine, sit beside me
Chorus: Mine is the love that will last, sweetheart
Music by: Howard, Wm. C.
Words by: Howard, Wm. C.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Molly.
First Line: How well I do remember the night I met a member of a company that plays upon the stage
Chorus: Molly is so jolly that she's got me off my trolly, and I'll never be myself again
Music by: Bean, Lester P.
Words by: Bean, Lester P.
P/P/D: S.l. : Lester P. Bean, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Morning star.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Losey, F. H.
Words by:
P/P/D: Williamsport, Va. : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My Emmy Lou.
First Line: Far away beneath the skies of sunny Dixie
Chorus: Emmy Lou, My Emmy Lou, there's no other girl in all the South like you
Music by: La Tourette, Chas. H.
Words by: La Tourette, Chas. H.
P/P/D: S.l. : Hamilton S. Gordon, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My Georgiana Lou.
First Line: Have you ever been down in a cotton town
Chorus: Oh my Georgiana Lu, Lu, my Georgie Lou
Music by: Allen, Thos. S.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Jos. M. Daly, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My rose of old Kildare.
First Line: Did you ever feel homesick and lonesome and sad
Chorus: I'm going home to Ireland, to my rose of old Kildare
Music by: Straight, Charles T.
Words by: Walsh, J. Brandon.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My Sumurun girl.
First Line: Jim Ephraim Gray saw the play "Sum-u-run"
Chorus: Sumurun, Sumurun, you're my lovey dovey hon'
Music by: Hirsch, Louis A.
Words by: Jolson, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My Turkish Opal.
First Line: An Irish Turk named Pat McGuirk was sent to the Turkish war
Chorus: Be my little Turkish Opal from Constantinople
Music by: Williams, Edna.
Words by: Gillespie, Arthur.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Nashville, Tennessee.
First Line: There's a place that I know I am not forgotten
Chorus: To that old town, down, where you're never lonesome
Music by: Weymann, Herbert W.
Words by: Gallagher, Michael.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, Pa. : H. A. Weymann & Son, Inc., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Next Sunday at nine or "Dearie, won't you call me dearie."
First Line: Hello dearie my how sweet you look today
Chorus: Dearie won't you call me dearie, 'cause it's drawing "nearie" to our wedding day
Music by: Lloyd, Evans.
Words by: Lloyd, Evans.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Nonette rag.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Spencer, Herbert.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: O'er the billowy sea.
First Line: The shadows of evening are gathering fast
Chorus: At night o'er the billowy ocean speeding across the foam
Music by: Smith, Earl.
Words by: Nowlin, Dave.
P/P/D: S.l. : Tell Taylor, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Of some one I'm dreaming (Let that one be you).
First Line: Shadows fall, dreams, that's all
Chorus: When the twilight shades are falling of you dear, I dream
Music by: Trader, Chas. E.
Words by: Trader, Chas. E.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Oh, Lucinda Lee.
First Line: Oft' beneath your window in the pale moonlight
Chorus: Oh, Lucinda Lee, come along with me
Music by: Banninga, B. H.
Words by: Banninga, B. H.
P/P/D: S.l. : B. H. Banninga, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Oh what a night.
First Line: Jonesy said to Smithy say you're looking very bad
Chorus: Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh what a night!
Music by: Muir, Lewis F., and Maurice Abrahams.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Oh you Georgia Rose.
First Line: 'Way down in Georgia lives my gal Rose
Chorus: Oh! You Georgia Rose Oh! you sweet little Georgia Rose
Music by: Cole, Bob, and Johnnie Waters.
Words by: Brooks, Shelton, and W. R. Williams.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Oh, you girl!
First Line: Girlie! Girlie! I'm in love with you
Chorus: Oh, you girl! It's great to love a lovely girl like you
Music by: Erdman, Ernie.
Words by: Erdman, Ernie.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Oh you silv'ry bells (Jingle bells).
First Line: Oh, there's snow on the ground, all around, dear
Chorus: Jingle, jingle, jingle, jingle, oh you silv'ry bells!
Music by: Botsford, George.
Words by: Havez, Jean.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Parisienne.
First Line: Tell me pretty maiden would you like to take a chance?
Chorus: Parisienne, (oh! I love it so) Parisienne (tell me when to go)
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Ragging the baby to sleep.
First Line: Night has fallen, lights are low
Chorus: That ragtime walk with baby, baby, baby
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Ragtime eyes.
First Line: Have you never did you ever hear of eyes that act so clever?
Chorus: Ragtime eyes, those raggy ragtime eyes
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The ragtime sailor's rag.
First Line: Once a ragtime man, as a sailor bold, made his first trip on a ship
Chorus: Oh! you ragtime sailor rag, oh! you dippy deep sea drag
Music by: Schwartz, Phil (et. al.).
Words by: Walsh, J. Brandon.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Ragtime soldier man.
First Line: My lovin' baby, my lovin' baby, you better dry your eyes
Chorus: I've got to go, I've got to go, a soldier man I've got to be
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Right from my heart.
First Line: I love to sit and dream about you
Chorus: I've dreamt of such a girl like you while in the slumberland
Music by: Allen, Thos. S.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Jos. M. Daly, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Sail on silv'ry moon.
First Line: June night, sweethearts in a birch canoe
Chorus: Sail on, silv'ry moon, sail on, away up in the sky (oh, moon-man!)
Music by: Erdman, Ernie.
Words by: Downs, Wm. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Sweet Eileen Asthore.
First Line: Where flowers are fair, and all beauty surrounds it
Chorus: For it's Eileen Allanah, it's Eileen Asthore
Music by: Russell, James I.
Words by: Russell, James I.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Take me back to dreamland take me back with you.
First Line: When the world is asleep and the stars brightly peep
Chorus: Take me back to dreamland take me back with you
Music by: Frields, Olive L., J. Walter Leopold, and Harry L. Newman.
Words by: Frields, Olive L., J. Walter Leopold, and Harry L. Newman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Sunlight Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Teach me that beautiful love.
First Line: I'm all out of breath, honey, tickled to death
Chorus: Love, love, beautiful love, love, love, love
Music by: Schenck, Joe, and Gus Van.
Words by: Schenck, Joe, and Gus Van.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Tell me that you love me (As you never loved before).
First Line: Thinking of you all the day and when the stars glimmer too
Chorus: Tell me that you love me as you never loved before
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Whitson, Beth Slater.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rositer Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Tennessee moon.
First Line: Mister moon I've introduced you to my turtle dove
Chorus: Roll on lazy Tennessee moon, how my heart is pining
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Wenrich-Howard Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That Alabama bear.
First Line: There's a celebration down in Alabam', music grand
Chorus: Oh that Alabama bear, it's such a soothing air
Music by: Cooper, Joe.
Words by: Oppenheim, Dave.
P/P/D: S.l. : Shapiro Music, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That Coontown quartette.
First Line: Last night I heard some singin' real singin'
Chorus: You don't mean to tell me that you never met that Coontown Quartette?
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Underneath the cotton moon.
First Line: Honey do you want to take a trip
Chorus: Watchin' and waitin' underneath the cotton moon
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam. M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Waiting for the Robert E Lee.
First Line: Way down on the levee in old Alabamy
Chorus: Watch them shufflin' along see them shufflin' along
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Way down on the Mississippi.
First Line: Way down on the Mississippi in a little village there
Chorus: Way down on the Mississippi where the balmy breezes blow
Music by: Binner, Herbert.
Words by: Schnadt, Arthur G.
P/P/D: Chicago : Betts & Binner Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: What's the use of loving if you can't have what you love.
First Line: When first we met, the whole world seemed a garden of roses in bloom
Chorus: What's the use of loving if you can't have what you love?
Music by: Speck, Samuel H.
Words by: Tarasch, Maurice.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When crazy Joe did the alligator slide.
First Line: Down in the sunny south, big pancakes fill your mouth
Chorus: When Joe began to fiddle, folks all began to wiggle
Music by: Cook, Dennison.
Words by: Lessing, Edith Maida.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I dream of old Erin (I'm dreaming of you).
First Line: When the nightingale's singing its sweet melodies
Chorus: When I dream of old Erin, I'm dreaming of you
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Lee, Marvin.
P/P/D: Chicago : Marvin Lee Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I lost you.
First Line: The roses each one, met with the sun
Chorus: I lost the sunshine and roses, I lost the heavens of blue
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I told the sweetest girl the sweetest story ever told.
First Line: This world was built around a little story
Chorus: The sunbeams seemed to shine like gleaming threads of woven gold
Music by: Motzan, Otto.
Words by: Mierisch, Ferd E., and Charles R. McCarron.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I waltz with you.
First Line: Hear that dreamy tune they are playing, have this waltz with me
Chorus: When I waltz with you, when I waltz with you
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I'm dancing the suey with you.
First Line: I've got a sweetheart, a funny sweetheart
Chorus: Oh gee, dance the suey with me, ain't it nice
Music by: Heath, Bobby, and Billy Vanderveer.
Words by: Heath, Bobby, and Billy Vanderveer.
P/P/D: New York : The Joe Morris Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When love dies with the flowers.
First Line: When love dies with the flowers, leaving a vision of happy hours
Chorus:
Music by: Bader, Albert.
Words by: Bader, Albert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Albert Bader, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When the Henry Clay comes steaming into Mobile Bay.
First Line: Weep no more my honey, ev'ryone's happy in Mobile today
Chorus: When the Henry Clay comes steaming into Mobile Bay, whatcha say
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, Wm., and Grant Clark.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam'.
First Line: I've had a mighty busy day
Chorus: When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam', I'll be right there
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When they play "The River Shannon" (I'm in Ireland once more).
First Line: While a band was softly playing, in a park beneath the trees
Chorus: When they play the River Shannon I'm in Ireland once more
Music by: Ellsworth, Eugene.
Words by: Ellsworth, Eugene.
P/P/D: Chicago : Gene Ellsworth, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When you meet the girl who loved you back in Auld Lang Syne.
First Line: In the little town where you were born
Chorus: When you meet the girl who loved you, back in Auld Lang Syne
Music by: Eddy, E. B., and C. E. Wellinger.
Words by: Eddy, E. B.
P/P/D: S.l. : William H. Penn, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Whistling Jim (That's him).
First Line: Hear that melody a-floating on the breeze
Chorus: That's him, that's him, that's whistling Jim
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Esrom, D. A.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Why did you say you loved me?
First Line: Dim were the lights around them
Chorus: Why did you say you loved me? From me you'd never part
Music by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
Words by: Musgrove, Chas. H.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You don't have to bring me violets.
First Line: Yesterday I sent a letter to my honey Lou
Chorus: You don't have to bring me vi'lets, dearie, for your smiles will cheer me when you call
Music by: Erdman, Ernie.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You keep your eye on me and I'll keep my eye on you.
First Line: Georgie said I'm happy dear, when I know that you are near
Chorus: You keep your eye on me, dear, I'll keep my eye on you
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: Dillon, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You won't have to pick any daisies apart to find out whether I love you.
First Line: Jack and Jill were climbing up the hill
Chorus: You won't have to pick any daisies apart to find out whether I love you
Music by: Hirsch, Louis A.
Words by: Cobb, Will D.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You're just as sweet at sixty as you were at sweet sixteen.
First Line: Since you became my blushing bride, what joys to me you've brought
Chorus: You're just as dear to my old heart as in the days of old
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Heelan, Will A.
P/P/D: New York : J. Fred Helf, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
Note: Version #1 has a printer statement where version #2 lacks one.
PDF #1 & PDF #2

Title: You're my baby.
First Line: There's something the matter with me, dear
Chorus: You're my baby, you're a wonderful child
Music by: Ayer, Nat D.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: All the time.
First Line: Listen dear, it's been a year, since first we met
Chorus: Fool around and fuss around, and love each other, all the time
Music by: Fidello, John S.
Words by: Fidello, John S.
P/P/D: Chicago : Thompson & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: All the time, honey (All the time).
First Line: Say, little girl I want to tell you that you've made a hit with me
Chorus: All the time, honey, all the time, to your own little Billy boy
Music by: Binner, Herbert.
Words by: Kahn, Herman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Betts & Binner Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: At the ball that's all.
First Line: Listen, listen, listen at that dreamy music playing!
Chorus: Commence advancing, commence advancing, just start aprancing
Music by: Hill, J. Leubrie.
Words by: Hill, J. Leubrie.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: At the Devil's ball.
First Line: I had a dream, last night, that filled me with fright
Chorus: At the Devil's Ball, at the Devil's Ball
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Because I love you, too!
First Line: John once thought there never was a pretty girl that he could care for
Chorus: Because I love you! That song he kept a-singing
Music by: Weslyn, Louis.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Bring me back my lovin' honey boy.
First Line: Oh, listen Mister Captain of the Henry Clay
Chorus: Bring me back my lovin' honey boy
Music by: Cobb, George L.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: By the old wishing well.
First Line: Quaint old homestead down in Tennesee
Chorus: By the old wishing well, where I wished for you Nell
Music by: Sherman, Terry.
Words by: Walsh, J. Brandon.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Cabaret rag.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Daly, Joseph M.
Words by:
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Jos. M. Daly, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Check your baggage to love-land.
First Line: Pack your grip, come, let's skip
Chorus: Come, check your baggage to love-land, we're going far, far away
Music by: Denni, Lucien.
Words by: Bowles, Geo.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo : Lucien Denni Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Chicken means a gal to you.
First Line: My face is pale I am so mad
Chorus: Why honey I jes been around, de chickens roost in dis yere town
Music by: Birdsall, Don. P.
Words by: Birdsall, Don. P.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Come along to the masquerade.
First Line: Hark! Hark! Hark! Hark! hear the music playing!
Chorus: Oh, oh, that masquerade! Oh, oh, that clown parade!
Music by: Browne, Raymond A.
Words by: Browne, Raymond A.
P/P/D: New York : Smith & Brown Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: 'Cross that Great Divide I'll wait for you.
First Line: Ever since you went away I'm pining
Chorus: 'Cross the Great Divide, I'm waiting Sally
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The curse of an aching heart.
First Line: You made me think you cared for me, and I believed in you
Chorus: You made me what I am today, I hope you're satisfied
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Fink, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Cutey boy.
First Line: You may rave of your Romeos
Chorus: What do you know about that cutie boy of mine
Music by: Greenberg, Abner.
Words by: Williams, Harry, and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Williams Music Co. Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Don't be afraid to ask the girl.
First Line: "Father, Father, I'm in love," said little Billy Brown
Chorus: Don't be afraid to ask the pretty maid
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Down on Jasper's farm.
First Line: "Good-bye John," said Billy Brown
Chorus: Down, down, down, down on Uncle Jasper's farm
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie V.
Words by: Moran, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Dreaming dreams dear of you.
First Line: Sitting in the firelight, in twilight's mellow glow
Chorus: Dreaming dreams, dreaming dreams, daydreams dear of you
Music by: Love, C. G.
Words by: Lyons, Theodore R.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Every-body snap your fingers with me.
First Line: Have you seen the craze of singers now-a-days
Chorus: Do it with me, do it with me, you'll learn it quicker that you did your A, B, C
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Kalmar & Puck Music, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Everybody's crazy 'bout love.
First Line: Goodness gracious me! What is this we see?
Chorus: Why ev'rybody's crazy 'bout love, love, love
Music by: Casey, James W.
Words by: Casey, James W.
P/P/D: S.l. : James W. Casey & Bro., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Ev'rybody's doing it at the seaside.
First Line: When you're feeling not exactly extra fine
Chorus: Ev'rybody's doing it at the seaside
Music by: Lyle, Kenneth, and Bert Lee.
Words by: Lyle, Kenneth, and Bert Lee.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Good-bye boys.
First Line: Good-bye old pals I'm going far away
Chorus: Good-bye boys, I'm going to be married tomorrow
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B., and William Jerome.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Good-bye, I'm goin' to Caroline.
First Line: Here is a letter, a lovin' letter
Chorus: Good-bye, I'm goin' to old Caroline
Music by: Stilwell, Frank.
Words by: Felt, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Kendis & Paley, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Happy little country girl.
First Line: I know a girl, sweet little pearl
Chorus: Happy, happy, happy little country girl
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Harmony glide.
First Line: Down in the tropics many miles away
Chorus: When you dance to that harmony glide dear
Music by: Aitken, W. Hugh.
Words by: Collins, Treve, Jr.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chas. H. Henderson Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Have a heart.
First Line: She was just a bashful maiden
Chorus: Have a heart! Have a heart! Can't you try your best to pity me
Music by: Armstrong, Harry.
Words by: Drislane, Jack.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: He's on a boat that sailed last Wednesday (He's coming home).
First Line: I'm excited because, I'm delighted because my honey boy is coming home
Chorus: He's on a boat, on a boat, on a boat that sailed last Wednesday
Music by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: How late can you stay out to-night?
First Line: Oh! you kid, you little peacherino
Chorus: How late can you stay out to-night, dear?
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I go home to my wife.
First Line: Doctor! Doctor! Doctor! There's something wrong with me
Chorus: When the clock strikes eight I call on Kate, and at nine I call on Lou
Music by: Erdman, Ernie.
Words by: Downs, Wm. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I have you.
First Line: You ask me why I smile the while
Chorus: I have you, I have you, I have you, dear
Music by: O'Keefe, Ed.
Words by: McCarron, Chas.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I miss you, dear.
First Line: Last night as I lay sleeping, I dream'd of you, my dear
Chorus: I miss you like the flowers miss the dew and sunny hours
Music by: Binner, Herbert.
Words by: Harris, John C.
P/P/D: Chicago : Betts & Binner Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I miss you most of all.
First Line: One little quarrel and two sweethearts parted
Chorus: The chairs in the parlor all miss you, the pictures all frown on the wall
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I was seeing Nellie home.
First Line: Moon was softly shining down on a quaint old southern town
Chorus: I was seeing Nellie home, I was seeing Nellie home
Music by: Keithley, and Thompson.
Words by: Keithley, and Thompson.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I wonder where my easy rider's gone.
First Line: Miss Susie Johnson is as crazy as can be
Chorus: I wonder where my easy rider's gone today, he never told me he was goin' away
Music by: Brooks, Shelton.
Words by: Brooks, Shelton.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'd like to be your sweetheart.
First Line: Pardon, dearie, I'd like to know where you live and just what is your name?
Chorus: I'd like to be your sweetheart, now do you think there is a chance for little me?
Music by: Jones, Bobbie.
Words by: Jones, Bobbie.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass : Jos. M. Daly, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'd like to build a coop for a chicken like you.
First Line: Hiram Jenkins' oldest son was a lad who just turned twenty-one
Chorus: 'Cause! I'd like to build a coop for a chicken like you, with a roost inside for two
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: If I had you.
First Line: You ask me why I sit and sigh, and why I am so sad
Chorus: I could live without sunshine, I could live without light
Music by: Fidello, John S.
Words by: Fidello, John S.
P/P/D: Chicago : Thompson & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: If you should ever leave me.
First Line: You know I have loved you ever, my heart has been but thine
Chorus: If you should ever leave me, the sun would cease to shine
Music by: Dygert, W. M.
Words by: Wheaton, E. S.
P/P/D: S.l. : W. M. Dygert, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'll change the shadows to sunshine.
First Line: Is that a tear in your eye, dear?
Chorus: I'll change the shadows to sunshine, I'll kiss the tears away
Music by: Baul, Ernest R.
Words by: Graff, Geo., Jr.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'm going back to Carolina.
First Line: Don't ask me why I'm leaving
Chorus: I'm going back, back, back to Carolina that's where I belong
Music by: Downs, Billy, and Ernie Erdman.
Words by: Downs, Billy, and Ernie Erdman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: I'm going to spend my honeymoon in Dixie.
First Line: Way down yonder in the land of cotton
Chorus: I'm goin' to spend my honeymoon in Dixie I'll take the train for home today
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Albert Von Tilzer, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: In the golden West.
First Line: I just was dreaming, I just was dreaming
Chorus: In the golden West in that eighteen carat golden West
Music by: Bayha, and Cowan.
Words by: Bayha, and Cowan.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: In the heart of the city that has no heart.
First Line: She wanted to roam so she left the old home
Chorus: In the heart of the city that has no heart that's where they meet
Music by: Daly, Joseph M.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass : Daly, Music Publisher, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The international rag.
First Line: What did you do America they're after you America
Chorus: London dropped it's dignity so has France and Germany
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Isch ga-bibble (I should worry).
First Line: Once I lost a pal, and a gal, you know how
Chorus: I never care or worry isch ga-bibble, isch ga-bibble
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: It's love on the door step for mine.
First Line: We don't drive an auto or taxi-cab
Chorus: You may dream of love 'mid the roses, and wander the garden of dreams
Music by: Love, C. G.
Words by: Lyons, Theodore R.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The junk man rag.
First Line: Have you heard of Peter Jones, the man who sells old rags and bones?
Chorus: The junkman rag old Peter called it, the junkman rag
Music by: Roberts, C. Luckyth.
Words by: Smith, Chris., and Ferd. E. Mierisch.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just a little picture in a little frame of gold.
First Line: A youth, grown tired of country life, was leaving home one day
Chorus: It's just a little picture in a little frame of gold
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just like the rose you gave.
First Line: You met me at twilight long, long ago
Chorus: But just like the rose you gave me that faded and died too soon
Music by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just say again you love me.
First Line: Listen dearie, do, ev'ry word is true
Chorus: Just say again you love me, love me like I love you
Music by: Goldstein, Emanuel.
Words by: Selden, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Edgar Selden Music Pub. & Production Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Just wait 'till we get home.
First Line: John McCann was a ladies man
Chorus: Just wait 'till we get home, wait 'till we're home all alone
Music by: Daly, Joseph M.
Words by: Mittenthal, Jos.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass : Jos. M. Daly, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The Kellys are at it again.
First Line: Michael Kelly took his wife to live in a Harlem flat
Chorus: The Kelly's are at it again going it good and strong
Music by: Norworth, Jack, and Harry Williams.
Words by: Norworth, Jack, and Harry Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Williams Music Co. Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Let's all go around to Mary Ann's.
First Line: Sunday night in our town's like Sunday night in yours
Chorus: Let's all go around to Mary Ann's and tickle a tune upon the pianola
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Bernstein & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: A little bunch of shamrocks (I am holding in my hand).
First Line: In my hand I hold a little bunch of shamrocks
Chorus: I can see my own Killarney and the dear old lakes so grand
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Jerome, William, and Andrew B. Sterling.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The little church around the corner.
First Line: Two sweethearts nestled closely underneath a maple tree
Chorus: To the little church around the corner, that has the cutest set of wedding chimes
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: Gray, Thos. J.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Little rag baby doll.
First Line: Mother tucks baby away for the night
Chorus: Little rag baby, little rag baby, toddle along
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Love me while the lovin' is good.
First Line: Gather pretty flowers in the early morning hours
Chorus: Love me while the lovin' is good oh it's good, oh it's good
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Make beleive you love me (For a while).
First Line: Too well I know your heart is mortgaged
Chorus: Make believe you love me for a while, roll dem eyes and greet me with a smile
Music by: Lemonier, Tom.
Words by: Williams, Frank B.
P/P/D: New York : The Rogers Bros. Music Publishing Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Meet me in the twilight.
First Line: As night shadows steal o'er the wood and the field
Chorus: Meet me in the twilight when the day is done
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: 'Mid the purple-tinted hills of Tennessee.
First Line: When the flowers close their petals and the birds have gone to rest
Chorus: Mid the purple-tinted hills of Tennessee, there she told me she would e'er be true to me
Music by: Pratt, Paul.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My parcel post man.
First Line: I just got myself a bunch of happiness
Chorus: He brings a bundle of love so nice, warm enough to melt a ton of ice
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My skylark love.
First Line: Love's for you, for me too, but I will share with you
Chorus: Drifting high above with you, skylark love
Music by: Denni, Lucien.
Words by: Bowles, Geo. H.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Denni & Bowles, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: My wonderful dream girl.
First Line: Each night there's a wonderful face so it seems
Chorus: Dream girl, dream girl, my life is lonely, dream girl
Music by: Schertzinger, Victor.
Words by: Morosco, Oliver.
P/P/D: New York : The John Franklin Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Nights of gladness.
First Line: Curfew sounds the close of day, bidding nature slumber
Chorus: Night, sweet night, when the stars are gleaming bright
Music by: Ancliffe, Charles.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Oh! you kutey, you're a beauty (With your beautiful baby blue eyes).
First Line: The cutest little girl, with the cutest little curl
Chorus: Oh! you kutey, you're a beauty, with your beautiful, baby blue eyes
Music by: Rowe, Wm. A., and Myrtle C. Rowe.
Words by: Rowe, Edgar.
P/P/D: Pittsburg, Pa : Rowe Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: On the banks of Lovelight Bay.
First Line: Have you heard the story the good fairies tell
Chorus: Where the birds sing love's sweet melody, the world seems bright and fair
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: On the old front porch.
First Line: There's a fellow following me
Chorus:
Music by: Lange, Arthur.
Words by: Heath, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Over the Great Divide.
First Line: See that train on the track, see that smoke from the stack?
Chorus: I've got a little girlie waiting for me over the Great Divide
Music by: Williams, Edna.
Words by: Allison, Andrew K.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Peg o' my heart.
First Line: Oh! my heart's in a whirl, over one little girl
Chorus: Peg o' my heart, I love you, we'll never part
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The queen of home sweet home.
First Line: The toil of the daytime was over
Chorus: Now promise me, you'll ever be, the queen of home sweet home
Music by: Love, C. G.
Words by: Lyons, Theodore R.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Sit down, you're rocking the boat.
First Line: Johnny was a sailor Mary was a cook
Chorus: Sit down, sit down, sit down you're rocking the boat
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, Wm., and Grant Clarke.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Williams Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Smooch around.
First Line: Little Willie Green, loved a little queen
Chorus: Then he would smooch around, how he would smooch around
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Esrom, D. A.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Springtime.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Loveland, Carl.
Words by:
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa. : Vanderslott Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Stick to your mother Mary.
First Line: Mary's daddy called her in the parlor one day
Chorus: Stick to your mother Mary don't leave your old home now
Music by: Allen, Thos. S.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass : Daly, Music Publisher, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Sunshine and roses.
First Line: Back in the days when the world was new
Chorus: Thro' the garden of sunshine and roses
Music by: Alstyne, Egbert Van.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The sunshine of your smile.
First Line: Dear face that holds so sweet a smile for me
Chorus: Give me your smile, the lovelight in your eyes
Music by: Ray, Lilian.
Words by: Cooke, Leonard.
P/P/D: S.l. : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Sweet memories.
First Line: Alone I sit here in the afterglow
Chorus: Mem'ries, sweet mem'ries of the days of long ago
Music by: Spencer, Fred.
Words by: Lenox, Jean.
P/P/D: New York : Wenrich-Howard Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Take me back to dear old Dixie.
First Line: Underneath a sunny southern sky
Chorus: Take me back to dear old Dixie for that's the place I long to be
Music by: Trader, Chas. E.
Words by: Trader, Chas. E.
P/P/D: New York : The Globe Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Take me to loveland (That beautiful land of love).
First Line: I know a land of gladness a land only lovers know
Chorus: Take me to loveland, beautiful loveland
Music by: Jentes, Harry.
Words by: Roden, Robert F.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That devilish rag.
First Line: In the dark of night, when there is no light
Chorus: Oh! that devilish rag
Music by: Stilwell, Frank.
Words by: Felt, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Kendis & Paley, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That naughty melody.
First Line: Last night I closed my door
Chorus: Play me that naughty melody, it's appealing to me
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That's why I never go home.
First Line: Bill Brown had no wife and so Bill was always on the go
Chorus: I'd go home if I had a wife and baby I'd go home
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Kalmar & Puck Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: That's why Yankee Doodle came to town.
First Line: Yankee Doodle loved a pretty maiden fair
Chorus: That's why Mister Yankee Doodle came to town
Music by: Binner, Herbert.
Words by: Bronson, Robert.
P/P/D: Chicago : Betts & Binner Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: There's a girl in the heart of Maryland (With a heart that belongs to me).
First Line: In a quaint old fashioned garden, in a quaint old fashioned town
Chorus: There's a girl in the heart of Maryland, with a heart that belongs to me
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: There's a wireless station down in my heart.
First Line: Oh! there's something nobody knows
Chorus: There's a wireless station down in my heart, and ev'ry flash just tears it apart
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Moran, Ed., and Joe. McCarthy.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: This dear sweet girl of mine.
First Line: Everybody has a sweetheart, every boy must have a girl
Chorus: Though I know well her name and her station you see
Music by: Brown, Geo. Walter.
Words by: Palmer, James.
P/P/D: Madison, N.J. : The J. Palmer Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Tra-la, la, la!
First Line: Once a vocal teacher said to Mabel Beecher
Chorus: All day long she's singing tra, la, la, la!
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: The trail of the lonesome pine.
First Line: On a mountain in Virginia stands a lonesome pine
Chorus: In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, on the trail of the lonesome pine
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Co., Cor., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Under the Swanee moon.
First Line: Way down in Dixie where the sugar cane grows
Chorus: All day long I've been dreaming 'bout my little ever lovin' 'lasses
Music by: Howard, Dick.
Words by: Howard, Dick.
P/P/D: S.l. : Daly, Music Publisher, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Underneath the cotton moon.
First Line: Honey do you want to take a trip
Chorus: Watchin' and waitin' underneath the cotton moon
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam. M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Weep no more my lady (Because I won't take your loving man away).
First Line: Don't sigh girlie, don't be so sad
Chorus: You'll get the same old kiss, that used to bring you bliss
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Albert Von Tilzer, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: What a fool I'd be.
First Line: I should worry over love
Chorus: I'll take a box of Huyler's Candy I'll take most anything
Music by: Tilzer, Harry Von.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B., and William Jerome.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I first met you.
First Line: I never knew there was sunshine, I never knew there was rain
Chorus: I remember the sun started shining, when I first saw the love in your eyes
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam. M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When I want a little loving (Honey how I long for you).
First Line: Down among the pines of Tennessee, where the southern breezes blow
Chorus: When I want a little loving, when I want a little smile
Music by: Larkins, Jolly John, and Chris Smith.
Words by: Mierisch, Ferd. E.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When someone dreams in dreamland.
First Line: When you dream of someone only who's all in all to you
Chorus: When someone dreams in dreamland the dream you're dreaming, too
Music by: Brown, Geo. W., and John McGuire.
Words by: Brown, Geo. W., and John McGuire.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When the maple leaves were falling.
First Line: Sweetheart, the sunset is gleaming far in the golden west
Chorus: When the maple leaves were falling, and the sky was turning gold
Music by: Taylor, Tell.
Words by: Taylor, Tell.
P/P/D: S.l. : Tell Taylor, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: When the whole world has gone back on you (Come to me).
First Line: Now my fool's dream is past since you've told me at last
Chorus: When the whole world has gone back on you, come to me, come to me
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Where did you get that girl.
First Line: Lonesome Johnnie Warner, sitting in a corner of a swell cafe
Chorus: Where did you get that girl? Oh! you lucky devil
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Kalmar & Puck Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: While they were dancing around.
First Line: Johnny Brown went around to all the dances in town
Chorus: Dancing around, they'd be dancing around, oh how he'd hold her
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Who shall wear them, you or I, love?
First Line: Preacher man had tied the knot that made them man and wife
Chorus: Who shall wear them, you or I, love? Now's the time to settle that dispute
Music by: Pratt, Paul.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Why did you make me love you?
First Line: Good-bye, sweetheart! Good-bye, forever!
Chorus: Why did you make me love you, if you were not for me?
Music by: Browne, Raymond A.
Words by: Browne, Raymond A.
P/P/D: New York : Raymond A. Browne, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Wonderful baby doll.
First Line: Cutey, cutey, cutey, listen to me
Chorus: Cute and cunning, wonderful girl, most becoming wonderful curl
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe and Joe McCarthy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: Yoo-hoo! That's me.
First Line: I feel so bad I don't know what to do
Chorus: When you hear a noise outside your door like this "Yoo-hoo!" you'll know that's me
Music by: Sievers, Lou.
Words by: Scott, Winfield.
P/P/D: S.l. : Tell Taylor, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You and the moon and a ragtime tune.
First Line: Listen to the music of the cello sighing
Chorus: You and the moon, and a ragtime tune that's harmony
Music by: Tilzer, Albert Von.
Words by: Dunham, Wm. Vaughan.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You were all I had.
First Line: With you went all the happiness, from out this heart of mine
Chorus: You were all I had to cheer me when ev'rything went wrong
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You're a great big blue eyed baby.
First Line: Oh, honey, since I first met you, I know why I have been so blue
Chorus: For you're a great, big, blue eyed baby! You're the sweetest thing I know!
Music by: Brown, A. Seymour.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You're like the young apple blossom is to the old apple tree.
First Line: Flowers must bloom in the springtime
Chorus: You're like the young apple blossom, is to the old apple tree
Music by: Smith, Earl K.
Words by: Little, Geo. A.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Tell Taylor, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: You're up to-day and down to-morrow.
First Line: One day I watched an eagle as he soared and circled 'round
Chorus: You're up to-day and down to-morrow, that's the way of life you know
Music by: Lemonier, Tom.
Words by: Williams, Frank B.
P/P/D: New York : The Rogers Bros. Music Publishing Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913
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Title: After the roses have faded away.
First Line: Back to the olden golden days
Chorus: After the roses have faded away, after their splendor gone
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Glick, Jesse, G.M., and Bessie Buchanan.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: All he does is follow them around.
First Line: Talk of chicken chasers, well, the worst I've ever seen
Chorus: All he does is follow them around, all around, all around, all around
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Abrahams Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Along came Ruth.
First Line: I had girls by the score yes, a hundred or more
Chorus: I was growing very fond of Molly when along came Ruth
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: As he rode her around (In his wonderful one horse shay).
First Line: Miss Gwendoline Brown from New York town, grew tired of her dancing hesitations
Chorus: As he rode her around, oh, he showed her around
Music by: Howard, Dick, and A. Fred Phillips.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : F.B. Haviland Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: At the garbage gentlemen's ball.
First Line: There she sat with the old Tom Cat in the kitchen all alone
Chorus: At the garbage gentleman's ball, at garbage gentleman's ball
Music by: Daly, Joseph.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Daly Music Publisher, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Baby love.
First Line: My sister Flo has a sweetheart
Chorus: Baby love, won't you let me be your ootsey, wootsey, turtle dove
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Whiting, Geo., and Paul Cunningham.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: By the Zuyder Zee.
First Line: By the Zuyder Zee in the used to be
Chorus: By the Zuyder Zee, I met sweet Marie
Music by: Wells, Jack, and Lewis F. Muir.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: California and you.
First Line: Oh! you old Pacific coast
Chorus: Don't you remember California in September?
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: S.l. : Kalmar & Puck Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Come back to me.
First Line: Come back to me, dear heart of mine
Chorus: Come back to me, heart of my heart
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Daddy, won't you buy him for me?
First Line: Mister Juggins, millionaire, hadn't any son and heir
Chorus: Daddy, won't you buy me the toy I want, the joy I want, the boy I want?
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Do the funny foxtrot.
First Line: A little girl named Betty Lee, who came to town from Tennessee
Chorus: Oh! pop! oh! pop! come do the fox trot
Music by: Carroll, Earl, and Harry Carroll.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Do they love it.
First Line: Cute little Fluffy Flo, she had a steady beau
Chorus: Do they love it? They can't get enough of it
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Don't go away.
First Line: I wonder what it is that makes me feel as I do
Chorus: Don't go away (don't you ever go away)
Music by: Feiber, Jess.
Words by: Feiber, Milt.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Everything reminds me of that old sweetheart of mine.
First Line: Nighttime brings love dreams and sweet visions appear
Chorus: I can see the dear old wild wood where we played the games of childhood
Music by: Harriman, Al.
Words by: Tracey, Bllly.
P/P/D: S.l. : F.B. Haviland Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Follow the crowd.
First Line: Look at the crowd up the avenue
Chorus: Follow the crowd, come with me, you're goin' to be so proud
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Gee! but I'm so awful lonesome.
First Line: Just a week today he sailed away, it seems like a year
Chorus: Oh! gee but I'm so awful lonesome, wish you'd hurry and come home soon
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chas. K. Harris, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: He'd push it along.
First Line: Mister McNally was a hard working man, Sunday was his day of rest
Chorus: Then he'd push it along, stop and shake his head a little
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: How easy it is to remember.
First Line: My story is old but it's often told for it happens ev'ry day
Chorus: How easy it is to break the heart of one who loves you so
Music by: Daly, Jos. M.
Words by: Allen, Thos. S.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Daly Music Publisher, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I can't believe you really love me.
First Line: When I first laid eyes on you dear
Chorus: I can't believe you really love me, it's like a wonderful dream
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I had a gal, I had a pal (He stole my gal away).
First Line: So hard to tell who your friends are
Chorus: I had a gal, I had a pal, he had to steal my gal away
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I wonder who's next in your heart.
First Line: You kissed me last night in the moonlight
Chorus: I wonder who's next in your heart, love, I wonder who'll kneel at your shrine
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chas. K. Harris, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: If it wasn't for you.
First Line: Don't start to cry, don't ask me why
Chorus: I might be having a whole lot of fun
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Whiting, Geo., and Paul Cunningham.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I'm a fool who believed in you.
First Line: I know I'm a fool, but a fool, as a rule
Chorus: Ev'ry ache of the heart that you caused me
Music by: Osborne, Nat.
Words by: Clark, Grant, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I'm Neptune the king of the sea.
First Line: Away from it's moorings the good ship glides
Chorus: For I'm Neptune the king of the sea
Music by: Evans, Everett J.
Words by: Todd, Robert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Hamilton S. Gordon, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: In the garden of the gods.
First Line: Alone, dear heart, I wandered where God's own garden grows
Chorus: Dear heart, you brought the sunshine
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: In the hills of old Kentucky (My mountain rose).
First Line: There's rose that grows in old Kentucky, she's the sweetest girl I know
Chorus: In the hills of Kentucky where the birds sing merrily
Music by: Johnson, Chas. H.
Words by: Shannon, J. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forest Music Publisher, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: It's too late now.
First Line: So you're glad you found me, well there's no use hanging 'round me
Chorus: It's too late now to tell me that you, why did you do it?
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Tracey, William.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I've only one idea about the girls (And that's to love 'em).
First Line: Young Jeremiah Wild, he was the only child
Chorus: I've only one idea about the girls, and that's to love 'em
Music by: McCarthy, Joe, Earl Carroll, and Al Piantadosi.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Johnnie on the spot.
First Line: Who is that lovin' boy?
Chorus: Anytime the girlies wanted Johnnie he was there
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Kitty MacKay.
First Line: There's a lassie who lives in old Scotland
Chorus: Sweet Kitty MacKay, say, won't you try, and give me just one chance?
Music by: Thornton, Bernard.
Words by: Selden, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Edgar Selden Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Let by-gones be by-gones (And let us be sweethearts again).
First Line: To err is but human, forgiveness divine
Chorus: Let bygones be bygones and let us be sweethearts again
Music by: Grant, Bert.
Words by: Williams, Harry, and Joe Young.
P/P/D: S.l. : Harry Williams Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: A little bit of heaven shure they call it Ireland.
First Line: Have you ever heard the story of how Ireland got it's name?
Chorus: Shure, a little bit of heaven fell from out the sky one day
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Ma Cherie (My dear).
First Line: Night's shadow falls in the heavens the stars gleam anew
Chorus:
Music by: Kendall, Edwin F.
Words by: Denvir, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : John Franklin Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Morning Glory.
First Line: Sweethearts were they, since childhood days
Chorus: Morning Glory, morning glory I still love you
Music by: Jentes, Harry.
Words by: Howard, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : F.A. Mills, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My croony melody.
First Line: Surely something's wrong with me, since I heard a melody
Chorus: Tia da da, tia da da, tia da da, tia da da
Music by: Goetz, E. Ray, and Joe Goodwin.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: 'Neath the shadow of the pyramids.
First Line: Egypt! I am crying Egypt! I am sighing, for you hold a treasure that I cannot forget
Chorus: 'Neath the shadow of the pyramids, somebody's waiting
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Off with the old love, on with the new!
First Line: Don't go away till you hear what I've to say
Chorus: Off with old love, on with the new, easier to say than do
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Oh! my love.
First Line: Ev'ry night, yes ev'ry night, right across the way from me
Chorus: Oh! my love won't you please pull down the curtain
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: On ranch 101 (The wonderful one is you).
First Line: Side by side across the prairie wide, they were riding, he and she
Chorus: In the mountain blue, in the rippling streams
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: On the shores of Italy.
First Line: I'm sad, when I think of my Rose Marie, sometimes I think my heart will break in two
Chorus: On the shores of Italy, there my sweetheart waits for me
Music by: Glogau, Jack.
Words by: Piantadosi, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Please do my family a favor (And love me).
First Line: I'm as blue as I can be, no one seems to care for me
Chorus: Please do my family a favor and love me, they want to give me away
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: A real moving picture from life.
First Line: Wand'ring along with a restless throng, the woman who did not care
Chorus: Picture a note on the table, it reads "I have gone far away"
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The rose of the mountain trail.
First Line: Far away on a mountain trail way down in Mexico
Chorus: On the mountain trail, on the mountain trail, there's a Rose that grows so wonderful
Music by: Brennan, Jas. A.
Words by: Caddigan, Jack.
P/P/D: Boston : O. E. Story, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Smother me with kisses and kill me with love.
First Line: I'm so temperamental, you know, I'm so oriental, oh! oh!
Chorus: Smother me with kisses, hon, and kill me with love
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Sunbeam Sal.
First Line: There never was another same as you
Chorus: Sunbeam Sal, Sunbeam Sal, not exactly "lady like," but "sure some" gal
Music by: Edwards, Leo.
Words by: Cobb, Will D.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chas. K. Harris, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a little spark of love still burning.
First Line: There was a fire burning in my heart
Chorus: There's little spark of love still burning, and yearning down in my heart for you
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: They all had a finger in the pie.
First Line: If you would be single and of marriage you're afraid
Chorus: First he met her father, father took him home to tea
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: They had to stand up every time they sat down.
First Line: Johnny worked hard all day, got very little pay
Chorus: They had to stand up every time they sat down
Music by: Shay, Jerome.
Words by: Kline, Lou.
P/P/D: Boston : Daly Music Publisher, Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: They start in to battle again.
First Line: Alphonse Dupree with seven kids, and Lena Krause with four
Chorus: Oh! there's Herman and he stands up for his mother like a German
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, and Lew Brown.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Kalmar & Puck Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: They start the victrola (And go dancing around the floor).
First Line: I know a couple in full dress and gown
Chorus: Then, they start the victrola, the little victrola
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Tonight's my last night single.
First Line: Come join me in a drink my boys and pass the glasses 'round
Chorus: To night's my last night single I'll enjoy it while I can
Music by: Mahan, J. A.
Words by: Mahan, J. A.
P/P/D: Boston : Daly, Music Pub. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When it's night time down in Burgundy.
First Line: She lives in Burgundy, she's all the world to me
Chorus: When it's nighttime down in Burgundy, I want to be with you
Music by: Paley, Herman.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When the evening winds are sighing, home sweet home.
First Line: When o'er the weary earth the twilight lingers
Chorus: When the evening winds are sighing home sweet home
Music by: Bigelow, W. S., and Maurice Miller.
Words by: Dow, R. B.
P/P/D: Memphis : Bigelow Publishing Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When the grown up ladies act like babies.
First Line: Pretty little Flo was jealous of her beau
Chorus: When the grown up ladies act like babies, I've got to love them that's all
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Young, Joe, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When you wore a tulip and I wore a big red rose.
First Line: I met you in a garden in an old Kentucky town
Chorus: When you wore a tulip, a sweet yellow tulip
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When you're a long, long way from home.
First Line: I know where the sun is shining
Chorus: When your a long long way from home it makes you feel like you're alone
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam. M.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Where is my wandering boy tonight?
First Line: Listen while I tell you of my Romeo
Chorus: Where is my wandering boy tonight? Where did he go?
Music by: Stamper, Dave.
Words by: Buck, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The whole town's wise I'm in love with you.
First Line: Perhaps you think I'm fooling when I say we should be wed
Chorus: The whole town is wise I'm in love with you, I'm in love with you
Music by: Richards, Dick.
Words by: Drislane, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Winter nights.
First Line: They say the only time to spoon
Chorus: Winter nights that's the time to get 'em
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Wish I knew just what you think of me.
First Line: Lately I've been dopey, kind of blue and mopey
Chorus: Wish I knew just what you think of me
Music by: Hanch, Richard R.
Words by: Hanch, Richard R.
P/P/D: Lake Charles, La. : Regent Music Pub. Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Wrap me in a bundle (And take me home with you).
First Line: Mary Brown sold flowers and candy
Chorus: Wrap me in a bundle, dear, and take me home with you
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You are the rose of my heart.
First Line: I had a wonderful dream, dear
Chorus: You are the rose of my heart
Music by: Kendis, James.
Words by: Allison, Andrew K., and Valse Lento.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Richmond Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You are the rose that will never die.
First Line: Sweetheart, the roses are dying they're bidding us both goodbye
Chorus: You are the rose that will never die, I've planted you down in my heart
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Bert Kalmar.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin, Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You great big bashful doll.
First Line: June night, moon light, small park, all dark
Chorus: You great big bashful doll, come over a little closer
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You're a beautiful brown-eyed burglar.
First Line: I've been robbed I've been robbed
Chorus: Beautiful brown eyed burglar you stole my heart away from me
Music by: Egan, Ray.
Words by: Whiting, Richard A.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Buck & Lowney, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You're always welcome at our house.
First Line: On a street car Johnny met Marguerite
Chorus: You're always welcome at our house don't be a stranger
Music by: Harriman, Al.
Words by: Tracey, William.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Along the rocky road to Dublin.
First Line: Pat McGee, now listen to me
Chorus: Along the rocky road to Dublin we were swinging along
Music by: Grant, Bert.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: A cabaret 'neath the old Egyptian moon.
First Line: Long ago on the banks of the Nile in mysterious Egypt
Chorus: In a cabaret 'neath the old Egyptian moon
Music by: Hanley, Frederick J.
Words by: Hanley, Frederick J.
P/P/D: New York : Bernard Granville Publishing Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Close to my heart.
First Line: Cuddle up near, cuddle up my dear
Chorus: Close to my heart, I'll always want you
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Cotton time in Dixieland.
First Line: 'Way down there in dear old Dixie
Chorus: Cotton time in dear old Dixieland
Music by: Cassidy, Billy.
Words by: David, Sara C, and Al. Owens.
P/P/D: Pittsburgh, PA : David Publishing Co. Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Don't blame me for what happens in the moonlight (Blame the moon).
First Line: Dearie, hear me, why do you turn your head away?
Chorus: Don't blame me for what happens in the moonlight, dearie mine
Music by: Grant, Bert.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Down in Bom-Bombay.
First Line: If you're tired of this life, if you're lonely with one wife
Chorus: Down in Bom-Bombay where the palm trees sway
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The heart of the world.
First Line: If Old Mother Earth were human
Chorus: The heart of the world is aching
Music by: McConnell, Geo. B, and Frank Black.
Words by:
P/P/D: Philadelphia : M.D. Swisher, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Honolulu Lou.
First Line: Over the sea in the sweet Hula Hula land
Chorus: Oh, Lou I'm coming back to Honolulu
Music by: Egan, Ray.
Words by: Gittleman, Aubrey.
P/P/D: Lake Charles, La. : Regent Music Pub. Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Hula-Hula love.
First Line: I know a certain tropic Isle
Chorus: Hula Hula Hu, they'll have you sing it with them too
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie V.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I love the name of Dixie.
First Line: When the Northern sunset is glowing
Chorus: I love the name of Dixie, Dixie, my home, sweet home
Music by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
Words by: Frost, Jack.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: If it takes a thousand years.
First Line: A rose was born whose heart was torn
Chorus: If it takes a thousand tear drops
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I'm a lonesome melody.
First Line: Last night when I came home down hearted and alone
Chorus: I'm a lonesome melody I want to be, with company
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: S.l. : Kalmar & Puck Music Co. Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I'm coming back to you Sue.
First Line: Tell me sue, now tell me true
Chorus: I am coming I am coming and I won't go away no more
Music by: Sorensen, Lulu.
Words by: Glick, Jesse, G. M.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: In Alabama, dear, with you.
First Line: In Alabama, the land of cotton and corn
Chorus: I'm comin' to Alabama and you
Music by: Orr, Ellen, and Harry De Costa.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: In Honolulu by the sea (Aloha oe, Aloha oe).
First Line: It's just the time the moon is shining down
Chorus: Once again I seem to hear her softly singing
Music by: Frost, Jack.
Words by: Frost, Jack.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Is there still room for me 'neath the old apple tree.
First Line: Hello there long distance, please don't make me wait in vain
Chorus: Is there still room for me 'neath the old apple tree
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co. Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Jitney Jim.
First Line: Down in our town we've got a man named Jim
Chorus: Jitney Jim, Jitney Jim, all the people think a lot of him
Music by: Leightons, The, and Haven Gillespie.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago; New York : Tell Taylor Music Publisher, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Moonbeams bring love dreams.
First Line: Night time comes to find me broken hearted
Chorus: Moonbeams bring love dreams, and love dreams always bring me to you
Music by: White, James, and Jack Frost.
Words by: White, James, and Jack Frost.
P/P/D: Chicago : Frank K. Root & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My Colleen from over the sea.
First Line: On the banks of Killarney, far over the sea
Chorus: For she is my sweet Irish lassie
Music by: Wolf, Walter.
Words by: Glick, Jesse G. M.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My keepsake is a heartache.
First Line: Your heart tonight is so happy
Chorus: My keepsake is a heartache, for love's sweet dream is o'er
Music by: Jones, Clarence M.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My little dream girl.
First Line: The nighttime, the nighttime is calling me
Chorus: My little dream girl, you pretty dream girl
Music by: Friedland, Anatol.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My little girl.
First Line: I write these lines to tell you that I'm sorry I left home
Chorus: My little dream girl you know I love you
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M, and Will Dillon.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My mother's rosary.
First Line: It takes an old time love song, to keep this old world young
Chorus: There's an old time melody, I heard long ago
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My own Venetian Rose.
First Line: Way down in an old Venetian town
Chorus: Oh, my sweet Venetian Rose
Music by: Piantadosi, Al, Jack Glogau, and Joe Mc Carthy.
Words by: Piantadosi, Al, Jack Glogau, and Joe Mc Carthy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: On the good ship Whippoorwill.
First Line: There's a boat that leaves the town
Chorus: Come on bo, here we go
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Goetz, Coleman.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: One little girl like you.
First Line: Young lovers two, they bill and coo
Chorus: One smile can bring the gladness
Music by: Gerber, Alex.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York : Werblow-Fisher Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Open up your heart (Let me in).
First Line: My, oh my, I've waited so long
Chorus: Open up your heart, my dear, and let me in
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Dave Lee.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Painting that mother of mine.
First Line: If I were to have a painting, of that truest mother of mine
Chorus: Paint her just as you find her,eave every wrinkle there
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Peaceful Rafferty.
First Line: Who was it told the President to leave the war alone
Chorus: Rafferty, peaceful Rafferty, most peaceful Irishman I've ever known
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn, and Dave Reed.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Ragapation.
First Line: I had a dream, crazy dream
Chorus: Here comes the girlies cabaret
Music by: Denni, Lucien, and Gwen Meredith.
Words by:
P/P/D: St. Louis : Buck & Lowney, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Some beautiful morning (You'll find me gone).
First Line: Most ev'ry night you're out and what do you do
Chorus: Some beautiful morning, you'll find me gone
Music by: Osborne, Nat.
Words by: Brockman, James.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Somebody knows.
First Line: Let me have your ear for just a moment
Chorus: Somebody knows just how to tease me
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The song that my grandmother sang.
First Line: Rave about the melodies that go floating thro' the trees
Chorus: Ump-da-de-ump-da-de-ump-bump
Music by: Leopold, J. Walter.
Words by: Nathan, Casper.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: That's how the Shannon flows.
First Line: There are things about Ireland that ev'ry one knows
Chorus:
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: That's how they spent their honeymoon.
First Line: A bride and groom on their honeymoon
Chorus: The exposition is mighty grand
Music by: Casey, James W.
Words by: Casey, James W.
P/P/D: Seattle, WA : Echo Music Publishing Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a broken heart for every light on Broadway.
First Line: Oh let me live on Broadway where the lights are all a glow
Chorus: There's a broken for every light on Braodway
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co. Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a girl in this world for every lonely boy and I have found mine-have you?
First Line: I've been feeling bad
Chorus: Oh, somewhere in this beautiful world
Music by: Frost, Jack.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a little lane without a turning "on the way to home sweet home."
First Line: I wonder if they miss me nowadays
Chorus: There's a little lane without a turning
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's going to be a wedding down in Dixie.
First Line: No use denying, for joy I'm crying
Chorus:
Music by: Kirwan, F. B.
Words by: Glick, Jesse G. M.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Virginia Lee.
First Line: Can't you hear me calling, calling all the while
Chorus: Virginia lee, my own Virginia, come to me
Music by: Lange, Arthur.
Words by: Branen, Jeff.
P/P/D: New York : Joe. Morris Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: We'll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home.
First Line: I've lost my appetite, can't sleep a wink at night
Chorus: I've got a sneaky feeling around my heart
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Goetz, Coleman.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When I leave the world behind.
First Line: I know a millionaire, who's burdened with care
Chorus: I'll leave the sunshine to the flowers
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Where the morning glories twine around the door.
First Line: Down in New England far, far, away
Chorus: Now the same old moon is shining
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: While the band played an American rag.
First Line: I had a wonderful dream last night
Chorus: The King of England danced with the President of France
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You'll be there.
First Line: Our forefathers came across the sea
Chorus: If the time should come when we must go to war
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Asia Minor and you.
First Line: Asia's a wonderful land of love
Chorus: So I'm going to take a liner, to Asia Minor
Music by:
Words by: Goetz, Coleman.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Come back to Arizona.
First Line: Arizona wild and free
Chorus: Come back to Arizona where skies are blue
Music by: Paley, Herman.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Do what your mother did (I'll do the same as your dad).
First Line: Come on, Mary, what do you say
Chorus: Come on do, do, do, what your mother did
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Dillon, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The girl you can't forget.
First Line: There is a wonderful rose in the bud
Chorus: The roses bloom upon her cheek
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: He may be old, but he's got young ideas.
First Line: Colonel Jenkins is a gay old sport
Chorus: He may be old but he's got young ideas, and he's a devil in his ways
Music by: Johnson, Howard, and Alex: Jentes Gerber, Harry.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I know I got more than my share.
First Line: To ev'ry one beneath the sun
Chorus: God, gives wise men their wisdom
Music by: Clarke, Grant, and Howard Johnson.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I lost my heart in Honolulu.
First Line: Westward ho! I'm restless there I go
Chorus: I lost my heart in Honolulu, where the moonbeams kiss the ocean
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Cobb, Will D.
P/P/D: New York : Song Review Co. Inc., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Let's be the same old sweethearts (And love in the same old way).
First Line: Why should we both be lonesome
Chorus: Ley's be the same old sweethearts, the same as we used to be
Music by: Bellin, Betty, and Will L. Livernash.
Words by: Whitson, Beth Slater.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Will L. Livernash, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My Hawaiian sunshine.
First Line: If you've never been there, it's beyond understanding
Chorus: Hawaiian sunshine, I claim that your mine
Music by: Gilbert, Wolfe L., and Carey Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My heart is calling you.
First Line: In dreams tonight, love's sweet delight
Chorus: My heart is calling you, calling with love so true
Music by: Nicholls, Horatio.
Words by: David, Worton.
P/P/D: S.l. : B. Feldman & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My Wyoming home.
First Line: Now I've been a roamer many long years
Chorus: Way out west in a nest in Wyoming
Music by: Crawford, Bob.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Midland Music Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: On the Hoko Moko Isle.
First Line: The first white man to ever land on the Hoko Moko Isle
Chorus: Won't you come out to the Isle of Hoko Moko?
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Klein, Lou.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: On the South Sea isle.
First Line: Down upon the South Sea Island
Chorus: Hmm hmm hmm hmm sweet melodies fill the air
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The pussyfoot prance.
First Line: Ev'rybody's talking of a syncopated dance
Chorus: There it goes! now you step to the side
Music by: White, Slap.
Words by: Frost, Jack.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The red, white and blue is calling you.
First Line: Can't you hear the bugle chorus?
Chorus: The red, white and blue is calling you! Come do your duty too
Music by: Johnson, Billy.
Words by: Johnson, Billy.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root. & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The sweetest melody of all.
First Line: When I was born I had an ear for music
Chorus: I love to hear sweet melodies
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie V.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Take me to my Alabam' (Come back, they're calling you).
First Line: I see the homestead way upon the hill
Chorus: Come back, they're calling you
Music by: Tobias, Harry.
Words by: Dillon, Will.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl.
First Line: Nobody ever sings about the bad girls
Chorus: There's a little bit of bad in ev'ry good little girl
Music by: Clarke, Grant, and Fred Fischer.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When the major plays those miner melodies.
First Line: In a dreary little mining town
Chorus: When the major plays those miner melodies
Music by: Wilander, Wm. A., and Harry De Costa.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When you were the maid in the dairy and I was the boy down on the farm.
First Line: I'm gazing at the picture that you gave me
Chorus: When you were the maid in the dairy and I was the boy down on the farm
Music by: Sherman, Terry.
Words by: Walsh, J. Brandon.
P/P/D: S.l. : Tell Taylor, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You were just made to order for me.
First Line: A shady nook a babbling brook
Chorus: Someone seems to hold me in a spell
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : S.l., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You're a dangerous girl.
First Line: I love you, I love you, you're the kind of girl for me
Chorus: You're beautiful, yes, beautiful, you're wonderful I know
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie V.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You're like a garden of beautiful flowers.
First Line: Dearie, dearie, hear the birds singing
Chorus: You're eyes are as blue as the violets true
Music by: Sizemore, Arthur L.
Words by: Cowles, Hal Blake.
P/P/D: Memphis, Tenn. : Pace & Handy Music Co, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: China--we owe a lot to you.
First Line: When I woke up the other morn, I found a new republic
Chorus: China 'way out in Asia Minor
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Dreamy moon.
First Line: Shadows falling, night time is here
Chorus:
Music by: Smith, Walter.
Words by: Carter, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Daniels & Wilson, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Give me the moonlight, give me the girl (And leave the rest to me).
First Line: I never worry if a girl is bashful
Chorus: Give me the moonlight, give me the girl, and leave the rest to me
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Good-bye Mother! So long Dad! Hello Uncle Sam.
First Line: The Sammies are going across the deep seas
Chorus: Goodbye mother, so long dad, hello uncle sam
Music by: Grimm, C. A.
Words by: Browning, W. E.
P/P/D: Chicago : Lyceum Music Publishers, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Good-bye, that means you.
First Line: Ten million men have answered to a mighty nations call
Chorus: Good-bye that means you little girl
Music by: Lange, Artthur.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Have you forgotten.
First Line: We used to be so happy in the days gone by
Chorus:
Music by: Gideon, Melville, and Herman Darewski.
Words by: Heard, James.
P/P/D: London : Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Hawaiian butterfly.
First Line: Somewhere in Hawaii I'm sending a wire to someone waiting there for me
Chorus: Beautiful hula, down in dreamy Honolulu
Music by: Baskette, Billy, and Joseph Santly.
Words by: Little, Geo. A.
P/P/D: London : Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Hindoo Lady.
First Line: Down in Oriental India in the land of mystery
Chorus: Hindoo lady oriental moon is shining
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Gilbert & Friedland Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way.
First Line: Good-bye everybody I'm off to fight the foe
Chorus: And I Don't lnow where I'm going but I'm on my way
Music by: Fairman, George.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I know you.
First Line: Sally Warner stood down on the corner
Chorus: I know you, you're the fellow always around the corner rainy days
Music by: Sterling, Andrew B., Henry Lewis, and Arthur Lange.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I leave for Dixie today.
First Line: I'm as happy as I ever want to be, and the reason's just as plain as A, B, C
Chorus: I've got a sweetheart waiting down in New Orlenas, and I'm leaving for Dixie today
Music by: Swift, Frank.
Words by: Swift, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Frank C.Houston, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I'm all bound 'round with the Mason Dixion Line.
First Line: My daddy courted my Mammy, away down south
Chorus: I'm all bound 'round with the Mason Dixon Line
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Lewis, Sam. M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: S.l. : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: In the land of wedding bells.
First Line: Hear the organ playing, hear the choir sing
Chorus: Gee, but it's grand in the land of wedding bells
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: Chicago : Thomas N. Confare, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Liberty Bell (It's time to ring again).
First Line: You have rested, Liberty Bell, for a hundred years and more
Chorus: Liberty Bell, it's time to ring again
Music by: Mohr, Halsey K.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Listen to the knocking at the knitting club.
First Line: All the girls are going nutty knitting
Chorus: Clang, clang, clang, listen to the knocking at the knitting club
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Hanlon, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The magic of your eyes.
First Line: In the twilight as the sun sinks low
Chorus:
Music by: Penn, Arthur A.
Words by:
P/P/D: : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: The man behind the hammer and the plow.
First Line: America, the world is calling you
Chorus: It's the man behind the hammer and the plow
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Meet me at the station dear.
First Line: Anytime I want a little kiss from you
Chorus: Meet me at the station where the trains come and go
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Missouri the state where I was born.
First Line: I've been busy all the day packing all my things away
Chorus: Missouri, Missouri, the state where I was born
Music by: Stocco, Salvatore J.
Words by: Lewis, Craig E.
P/P/D: Chicago : C.A. Grimm Music Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My Indiana home.
First Line: With the evening bell and shadows falling, and the little birds gone home to rest
Chorus: When the golden sun is sinking beneath the heavens of blue
Music by: Huston, Frank C.
Words by: Huston, Frank C.
P/P/D: New York and Indianapolis : Frank C. Huston, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My sweetie.
First Line: I never felt so happy before, a little rascal knocked at my door
Chorus: Wait till you see me with my sweetie
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: Canada : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Sing me the melody of love.
First Line: I never knew that paradise could send an angel here
Chorus: The blossoms sing love to the sunshine
Music by: Skidmore, Will E.
Words by: Kerr, Harry D.
P/P/D: S.l. : Will E. Skidmore, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Some sweet day.
First Line: Altho' it's spring the birds don't sing, you're leaving me today
Chorus: 'Cause when the cold wind does blow with it's ice and it's snow
Music by: Jackson, Tony, Ed. Rose, and Abe Olman.
Words by: Jackson, Tony, Ed. Rose, and Abe Olman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Them doggon'd triflin' blues.
First Line: Well, I love-a my man just as much as a woman could
Chorus: That triflin' feelin' it comes a stealin'
Music by: Skidmore, Will E.
Words by: Skidmore, Will E.
P/P/D: S.l. : Will E. Skidmore, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Uncle Sammy loves the stars and stripes.
First Line: Dear old Yankee land, the home of Uncle Sam, 'tis the good old U. S. A.
Chorus: Uncle Sammy loves the Stars and Stripes emblem of liberty and equal rights
Music by: Shambaugh, H. A.
Words by: Schwartz, W.
P/P/D: S.l. : H. A. Shambaugh, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: We'll knock the Heligo-into Heligo-out of Heligoland.
First Line: The bo'sn blew and a Yankee crew had stopped to hear him say: "my lads get under way
Chorus: We're on our way to Heligoland to get the goat
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: O'Brien, John.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When you find there's someone missing (When the one you love is gone).
First Line: Far apart, still in your heart, someone you loved so well
Chorus: When you find there's someone missing, then your heart won't beat the same
Music by: Fairman, Geo.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fischer Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Yock-a-Hilo town.
First Line: 'Cross the sea in Yock-a-Hilo town, a Chinese maid with eyes of brown
Chorus: I'll soon be bound for Yock-a-Hilo town
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Brice, Monty C.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You can have it, I don't want it.
First Line: Honey, it's all off between us two, you've done all the triflin' you will do
Chorus: You can have it, I don't want it, I mean your love and sympathy
Music by: Hill, May, Clarence Williams, and Piron Armand J.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Williams & Piron Music Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You've got 'em, that's all (If there ever was a pair of beautiful eyes).
First Line: I realize at last what it means to want someone who don't want you
Chorus: If there ever was a pair of beautiful eyes, doggone you've got 'em
Music by: Alexander, Newton.
Words by: Alexander, Newton.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Bring back the roses (Kathleen Mavourneen).
First Line: Where are the roses that bloomed in the May
Chorus: Bring back the roses Kathleen Mavourneen
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred, and Joe McCarthy.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Broken hearted blues.
First Line: I'm feeling very lonely oh gee but I am sad
Chorus: I could read his letters but I sure can't read his mind
Music by: Bradford, Perry.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Frederick V. Bowers Inc, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Chimpanzee.
First Line: Far off in a jungle glade high up in a coc'nut tree
Chorus: Chimpanzee, just for you I sing this serenade
Music by: Breuer, Ernest.
Words by: Lee, Marvin.
P/P/D: Chicago : Frank Clark Music Co, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: An Egyptian love song.
First Line: Moonlight clear and bright fills the night
Chorus:
Music by: Palmer, Lucille.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Japanette.
First Line: Blessed was the night, and each oriental light
Chorus: Japanette I simply can't forget the time we first met
Music by: Salisbury, Charlotte.
Words by: Salisbury, Charlotte.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Kentucky dream.
First Line: Hear the music playing an old familiar strain
Chorus:
Music by: Henry, S. R., and D. Onivas.
Words by: Warren, Frank H.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Lonesome Blues.
First Line: Want some one to love me, want someone to huge me now
Chorus: Woke up this morning feeling awfully blue
Music by: Perry Bradford. Words by: Perry Bradford. P/P/D: New York: Frederick V. Bowers Inc. Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Since my gal is gone I've got the blues.
First Line: My gal has left me all alone
Chorus:
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Herman, Al. H.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Sweet Hawaiian moonlight.
First Line: Mem'ry takes me back in dreams
Chorus:
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Frost, Harold G.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank K. Root & Co, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a lump of sugar down in Dixie.
First Line: Sugar! sugar! Everybody's crying
Chorus:
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred, and Jack Yellen.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: We're on our way to old Berlin.
First Line: A mighty host is gath'ring over the land, the boys are ready for the word of command
Chorus: We're on our way to old Berlin, when we get there we'll go right in
Music by: Huston, Frank C.
Words by: Huston, Frank C.
P/P/D: New York : Frank C. Huston, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When our boys come home again.
First Line: In a cottage, quaint and lowly, at the close of the day
Chorus: When our boys coming marching home again
Music by: Huston, Frank C.
Words by: Huston, Frank C.
P/P/D: S.l. : Frank C. Huston Co, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When you look in the heart of the rose.
First Line: Deep in my heart I hold for you, a tender thought
Chorus: Dear little rose, with your heart of gold
Music by: Methven, Florence.
Words by: Gillespie, Marian.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Will you be there?
First Line: I'm coming back to you, dear
Chorus: Will you be there when I come back dear?
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chas. K. Harris, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Ain't cha coming back, Mary Ann, to Maryland.
First Line: In a country town in Maryland, Lived a little girl the village pride
Chorus:
Music by: Blake, Eubie.
Words by: Sissle, Noble.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Blue Hawaii.
First Line: Those golden days of bliss
Chorus: Dreaming of the blue skies
Music by: Baer, Abel, Irving Caesar, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Baer, Abel, Irving Caesar, and Ira Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: By the camp fire.
First Line: Where the waters kiss the silent shore, there's a little spot that I adore
Chorus: Come where the campfires are gleaming, come where the fireflies are beaming
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Gerling, Mabel Elizabeth.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Don't you remember the time?
First Line: Just down the lane, over the stile
Chorus: When the shadows fall, and the stars begin to peep
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Dreamy Amazon.
First Line: While drifting on the dreamy Amazon
Chorus:
Music by: Gilbert, L Wolfe, and Darl Mac Boyle.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Gilbert & Friedland Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Eyes that say I love you.
First Line: I've often heard it said that eyes are windows of the soul
Chorus: Eyes that are telling lies
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Floatin' down to cotton town.
First Line: I just dropped in to see you all and say I leave today
Chorus: Floatin' down, my honey, floatin' down
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Frost, Jack.
P/P/D: S.l. : McKinley Music Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Hindu Rose (The oriental vamp).
First Line: Jimmy was the fat man with an oriental show
Chorus: Hindu Rose, Hindu Rose, you caught me, you taught me, all that you knew
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Daniels & Wilson, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I found you.
First Line: Patience is always rewarded, I've waited long, dear, that's true
Chorus: Dearie, I found you, I found you
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Anatol Friedland.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Gilbert & Friedland, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: I know what it means to be lonesome.
First Line: I never knew, I would miss you, until you went away
Chorus: I know what it means to be lonesome, I know how it feels to be blue
Music by: Kendis, Brockman, and Vincent.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: If I had the world to give you.
First Line: If I were king of everything and you dear, a peasant maid
Chorus: If I had the world to give to you, you as its queen should reign
Music by: Hayden-Clarendon, J.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Kiss me, dear.
First Line: Sweetheart when you are angry with me, everything seems to go wrong
Chorus: Kiss me dear, won't you kiss me dear
Music by: Andrew, Thekla Hollingsworth.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo : J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Let the rest of the world go by.
First Line: Is the struggle and strife we find in this life
Chorus: With someone like you, a pal good and true
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: London : B. Feldman & Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Love me.
First Line: Night shades are falling, and my heart is calling
Chorus: I'm in love, so in love, love me
Music by: Aivaz, T.
Words by: Morse, Dolly.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Lovin' Corrine is comin' home.
First Line: I hear my boy all the time does cry
Chorus: So I am writing to my Billy boy, that his lovin' Corrine is coming home
Music by: Ellison, Edw. B.
Words by: Sangston, H. H.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Mutual Music Company, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My dear.
First Line: Why do the sunbeams that greet the day
Chorus: Each love bird on the wing has a love song to sing, just for you
Music by: Kahn, Gus, and Joe Sanders.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My desert love.
First Line: Shadows deep purple shadows, a sliver moon shows where flows the Nile
Chorus: Desert love the moon above wakens wond'rous memories
Music by: Cooper, John.
Words by: Nathan, Mort.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My isle of golden dreams.
First Line: Out of the mist, lips I have kissed, call tenderly
Chorus:
Music by: Blaufuss, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: My laddie.
First Line: Laddie of mine, you bring the sunshine, where once were clouds of gray
Chorus: My laddie, my laddie, how I have missed you
Music by: Akst, Harry.
Words by: Rogers, Howard E.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Open up the golden gates to Dixieland.
First Line: I dreamed last night I was a choo-choo engineer
Chorus: Open up the golden gates to Dixie and let me into paradise
Music by: Van, Gus, and Joe Schenck.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Salvation lassie of mine.
First Line: They say it's in Heaven that all angels dwell
Chorus: A sweet little angel that went o'er the sea
Music by: Caddigan, Jack, and Chick Story.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Satisfied!
First Line: I hear the pitter, patter of the rain, the wind keeps knocking at my window pane
Chorus: I'm satisfied with just you alone
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Since first you smiled on me.
First Line: Once as I wandered in the deepening twilight
Chorus: Since you smiled on me, dear, life is a wonderful dream
Music by: Grey, Frank H.
Words by: Hamblen, Bernard.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jos. W. Stern & Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Southern dreams.
First Line: Ma honey hon', ma little one come lay your head on my breast
Chorus: Dreams, southern dreams of Dixieland
Music by: Greene, George Hamilton.
Words by: Browne, Charles L.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Daniels & Wilson, Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Stop looking at me!
First Line: Last night when I put on my suit of gray
Chorus: Look away! Look away! You beautiful thing
Music by: Smith, Eliza Doyle.
Words by: Smith, Eliza Doyle.
P/P/D: Chicago : Eliza Doyle Smith, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Sunshine.
First Line: The world is filled with sorrow, a million tears each day
Chorus: Sunshine fills life with gladness, dispelling sadness from hearts that sigh
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis, and Byron Gay.
P/P/D: California : Daniels & Wilson, Inc, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: There's a rose in repose (Waiting to welcome me).
First Line: Down, down, down where a crown of golden sky
Chorus: There's a roses in repose by the dear old apple tree, to welcome me
Music by: Hargreaves, William.
Words by: Hargreaves, William.
P/P/D: London : Lawrence Wright Music Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Wait and see (You'll want me back).
First Line: I'm sorry our little romance is through
Chorus: Just wait and see, you'll come to me, sorry that you've gone away
Music by: Mc Carron, Chas. R., and Carey Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: When the roses bid summer good-bye.
First Line: When the golden grain is waving to twilight's magic croon
Chorus: When the roses bid summer good-bye, when the harvest moon floats in the sky
Music by: Shannon, J. R.
Words by: Meidam, Stephen W.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: You started a dream.
First Line: Life had no meaning till you came along
Chorus: You started a dream when you came along a dream of paradise for two
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Wertz, Joseph W.
P/P/D: Anderson, Ind. : Joseph W. Wertz, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1914-1919
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Title: Dance me on your knee.
First Line: I was a tiny little girl when my dad spoiled me
Chorus: Dance me on your knee, my darling, dance me on your knee
Music by: Smith, Eliza Doyle.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Eliza Doyle Smith, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Gra-na-da.
First Line: Shades of night, underneath the stars, shining from above
Chorus: In old Gra-na-da 'neath the dreamy skies
Music by: Spencer, Norman.
Words by: McKiernan Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Richmond Incorp., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Hawaiian twilight.
First Line: Sun is sinking in Hawaii, little birds in their nests
Chorus: The gentle shadows falling, night birds call my darling babe to slumber land
Music by: Vandersloot, Carl D.
Words by: Sherwood Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa. : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Honolulu eyes.
First Line: In Hawaii that's where we met, I can't forget
Chorus: Honolulu eyes they haunt me
Music by: Violinsky.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Honolulu Lou.
First Line: Now there's a feeling comes a stealing when ma' work am through
Chorus: Ma Hon-o Lu-oo-Lu, don't you hear me calling you-oo
Music by: Edmonds, Shepard N.
Words by: Edmonds, Shepard N.
P/P/D: S.l. : Shepard N. Edmonds, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I got a man.
First Line: In these days of busy whirl, it's hard for any girl, to get a man
Chorus: I've got a man, a real live man try to take him from me if you can
Music by: Morton, Paul.
Words by: Morton, Paul.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I used to love you (But it's all over now).
First Line: It's plain to see you fooled me from the start
Chorus: I used to love you but it's all over all over now
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: If an apple tempted Adam what a peach could do to me!
First Line: I've made a study of Adam and Eve, I know why she made Adam fall
Chorus: It was an apple that tempted Adam in Eden's Garden one fine day
Music by: Gerber, Alex, Henry Lewis, and Abner Silver.
Words by: Gerber, Alex, Henry Lewis, and Abner Silver.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In candy land with you.
First Line: Dear little girl with eyes of blue and shining curly hair
Chorus: Won't you go with me to candy land?
Music by: Smith, Eliza Doyle.
Words by: Smith, Eliza Doyle.
P/P/D: Chicago : Eliza Doyle Smith, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Little crumb of happiness you gave me long ago.
First Line: You could not give me all your love, although I know you tried
Chorus: Little crumbs of happiness that fell like golden grain
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The moon shines on the moonshine.
First Line: The mahogany is dusty, all the pipes are very rusty
Chorus: How sad and still tonight, by the old distillery!
Music by: Bowers, Robert Hood.
Words by: De Witt, Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Oh you Tommy.
First Line: Sir Thomas Moore in the lyric lore
Chorus: 'Tis the last rose of summer
Music by: Joplin, Scott.
Words by: Stark, John.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: A picture of mother.
First Line: I've seen the world's greatest pictures, by masters new and old
Chorus: There's a picture of sunrise at dawn, when the birds sing to welcome the morn
Music by: Robinson, J. Russel.
Words by: Davis, Jos. M, and Bartley Costello.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: "Philosophy" is kissing fatal.
First Line: Horatius Batel was a P. H. D. a famous doctor of philosophy
Chorus: If kissing is fatal, as says Old Doctor Batel, gosh! what a wonderful death
Music by: Bradshaw, K. W.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Sally (Shame on you).
First Line: Pretty Sally Lee, all simplicity
Chorus: Sally Lee, Sally Lee, you'll never have to go to college for knowledge
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Daniels & Wilson, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The shimmie shake.
First Line: There is a dance today they call the Shimmie say
Chorus:
Music by: Scott, James.
Words by: Wilson, Cleota.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Shimmy moon.
First Line: Talk about news! I've got a real sensation
Chorus: See that Shimmy Moon a shining down, shimmy moonbeams dancing all around
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Frost, Jack.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When he gave me you mother of mine.
First Line: From time to time in every clime, blessings come from above
Chorus: God put the stars in the heaven, gave us the sun's smiling ray
Music by: White, Elmore.
Words by: Murphy, Bob.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Your wonderful eyes.
First Line: I care not though the shadows fall, and days are dark and drear
Chorus: Give me the light of your wonderful eyes
Music by: Godfrey, Fred, and Bennett Scott.
Words by: Godfrey, Fred, and Bennett Scott.
P/P/D: S.l. : Star Music Publishing Co. Ltd., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Your wonderful heart of gold.
First Line: There's a dear little lady I always shall love till the end of life's story is told
Chorus: There's a wonderful light in your eyes and each line on your face seems to smile
Music by: Scott, Maurice, and J. P. Long.
Words by: Scott, Maurice, and J. P. Long.
P/P/D: S.I. : Star Music Publishing Co. Ltd., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Alabama jamboree.
First Line: Just got a letter with an invitation, sayin' come home, we're wait'in for you down home
Chorus: At that Alabama Jamboree mighty soon now you can picture me
Music by: Klickman, F. Henri.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Alabamy mammy.
First Line: Do you miss me Mammy down in Alabamy
Chorus: Alabamy mammy I miss you more each day, since I have been away
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Fleeson, Neville.
P/P/D: New York : Albert Von Tilzer Music Publisher, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: All that I need is you.
First Line: Sweetheart for years I've been sad and lonely, longing for some sweetie sweet
Chorus: All that I need is you, dear, nobody else will do, dear
Music by: Santly, Lester, and Abel Baer.
Words by: Santly, Lester, Baer.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Another waltz.
First Line: See, my little girl, the dancers swaying, swaying to a sweet refrain
Chorus: Another waltz, a pretty waltz, with stars above you
Music by: Hulten, Geo. P.
Words by: Oliver, George.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: April showers.
First Line: Life is not a highway strewn with flowers, still it holds a goodly share of bliss
Chorus: Though April showers may come your way, they bring the flowers that bloom in May
Music by: Silvers, Louis.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: At the chicken chaser's ball.
First Line: All the town boys gave a ball, and invited me to call
Chorus: When the jazz band started blowing, all the roosters started crowing
Music by: Vardon, and Perry.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Boo-hoo-hoo.
First Line: You're just a little vampire but you're playing with fire
Chorus: Boo-hoo-hoo some beautiful morning, boo-hoo-hoo
Music by: Link, Harry, Irving Aaronson, and Al. Lentz.
Words by: Nelson, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: By the old Ohio shore.
First Line: Love's in the air I'll take you where you fell in love with me
Chorus: Let your memory stray back Ohio way
Music by: Earl, Mary.
Words by: Macdonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Caring for you.
First Line: Birds were singing the first day I met you
Chorus: I'm caring for you, longing for you, that's what I do all day long
Music by: Dulmage, Will E.
Words by: Gould, Herbert H.
P/P/D: Battle Creek, MI : Chas. E. Roat Music Co., Ltd., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The Cincinnati dream (Father of the "blues").
First Line: Way down on the levee in the town where I belong, I used to hear a river melody
Chorus: Way down on the levee we would all sing a song
Music by: Lawson, Iowen M.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Iowen M. Lawson, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Coal black mammy.
First Line: I've roamed o'er this world until I'm weary, I'm tired and footsore and I'm blue
Chorus: I'm a going, yes, I'm a going with a love that's ever growin'
Music by: St. Helier, Ivy.
Words by: Cliff, Laddie.
P/P/D: London; New York : Francis, Day & Hunter; Leo. Feist, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dapper Dan (I'm the ladies' man from dear old dixieland).
First Line: Dapper Dan was a pullman porter, on a train that ran thru Dixie
Chorus: If I lose my gal in Tennessee that won't worry me
Music by: Von Tilzer, Al.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dear old southland.
First Line: Dear old southland I hear you calling me
Chorus:
Music by: Layton, Turner.
Words by: Creamer, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Doo dah blues.
First Line: What will become of me what will become of me
Chorus: Oh! those doo dah blues I want to lose those do dah blues
Music by: Rose, Fred, and Eddie White.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dreaming.
First Line: Back to bygone days my tho'ts are turning, all my dreams bring memories of yore
Chorus: Dreaming of happy days we knew, dreaming of your dear eyes of blue
Music by: Klickman, F. Henri.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dreamy Hawaii.
First Line: Softly the sun is sinking, kissing the rose goodbye
Chorus:
Music by: Vandersloot, F. W.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa. : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dreamy Hawaiian eyes.
First Line: Just a memory of an island o'er the sea where the hours were flowers and grew just for me
Chorus:
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Frost, Harold G.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Good bye Shanghai.
First Line: Lonesome little love sick China man, packing up his grip
Chorus: Goodbye Shanghai, across the sea I've got to fly to fair America
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Grace you are my only baby doll.
First Line: A boy and a girl while out on a whirl they gazed as they passed on the street
Chorus: Grace you are my only little baby doll
Music by: Marcus, Christian.
Words by: Marcus, Christian.
P/P/D: New York : Lovelight Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Great Big-Heap Much Bull.
First Line: Out from the wild and the wooly west not long ago there came
Chorus: "Great Big Heap Much Bull," oh! that's his name
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Laska, Edward, and Neville Fleeson.
P/P/D: New York : A. V. T. Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Have you forgotten?
First Line: I'm reading the end of love words you penned
Chorus: Have you forgotten the one that has missed you?
Music by: Burtnett, Cooper, and Stevenson.
Words by: Kerr, Harry D.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman Clay & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Here come Dinah belle of the ball.
First Line: What's that there commotion 'round the door?
Chorus: Here comes Dinah, let the party proceed
Music by: Perkins, Ray.
Words by: Perkins, Ray.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: He's the cat's meow.
First Line: Kitty O'Hara to Mamie McCue at last me dream has come true
Chorus: It was love at first sight when I met him that night
Music by: Piantadosi, Al., and Billy Abbott.
Words by: Macdonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I got it, you'll get it (Just the same as me).
First Line: I walked into a lunatic asylum yesterday to see a friend I knew and he was feeling blue
Chorus: 'Cause I got it, you'll get it just the same as me oh, she and me up a tree
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I like the daytime better than the nighttime.
First Line: Down south in Dixie a loving couple together pass'd a gay weekend
Chorus: I like the daytime better than the nighttime
Music by: Snyder, Jack.
Words by: Snyder, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Snyder, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I want my mammy.
First Line: In the days of the sweet long ago, in my dreams all the world was a show
Chorus: I want my mammy little wonderful mammy
Music by: Breau, Louis.
Words by: Wehner, Geo. B.
P/P/D: New York : Belwin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
PDF #1 & PDF #2

Title: I want you morning, noon and night.
First Line: When do you want me most, sweetheart of mine!
Chorus: Morning, noon and night, I want your arms around me tight
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Cobb, Will D.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'd love to build a love-nest for you.
First Line: I was blue till I met you for everything was wrong
Chorus: You are my star and little rainbow just like the sunshine from above
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: S.l. : Will Rossiter, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: If it makes any difference to you.
First Line: The sun has lost it's splendor, the whole world seems so blue
Chorus: Has it made any difference to you? dear, since the time you and I had to part
Music by: Murphy, J. S.
Words by: Murphy, J. S.
P/P/D: Chicago : Eliza Doyle Smith, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: If you don't believe I love you (Look what a fool I've been).
First Line: I'm wise to you baby think that I'm goin' away
Chorus: If you don't believe I love you look what a fool I've been
Music by: Williams, Clarence.
Words by: Wiliams, Clarence.
P/P/D: Chicago : Williams & Piron Music Publishers, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: If you like me, like I like you.
First Line: A little baby wrote, a little baby note to her daddy who had gone away
Chorus: If you like me, like I like you you must be lonesome too
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
Words by: Kaplan, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : L. Wolfe Gilbert Music Corp., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'll be glad to get back to my home town.
First Line: I had a dream the other night that was sweet as it could be
Chorus: I'll be glad to get back to my home town where I was born
Music by: Mohr, Halsey K.
Words by: Tracey, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'll forget you.
First Line: Tho' you have said forget me, tho' you have said good-bye
Chorus:
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Burns, Annelu.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'm just too mean to cry.
First Line: What good is sunshine when you are blue, when there is no one who cares for you
Chorus: I've the blues but I'm just too mean to cry
Music by: Squires, Harry D.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell, and Eleanor Young.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'm nobody's baby.
First Line: I used to be my mother's baby, when I was near my dad went wild
Chorus: Nobody's baby I wonder why
Music by: Davis, Benny, Milton Ager, and Lester Santly.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In bluebird land.
First Line: Although today the clouds are grey, dreary the skies of blue
Chorus: Bluebirds, "Don't you hear them call?" calling to you and to me
Music by: Short, Albert E.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: S.l. : Will Rossiter, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In Maytime (I learned to love).
First Line: 'Twas the springtime of the year, when the flow'ry buds appear
Chorus: When in May my love I told you in my arms I'd fondly hold you
Music by: Snyder, Jack.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Snyder, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In your embrace.
First Line: I've tried to explain why I'm never sad when you hold me tight in your arms
Chorus: In your embrace the sunbeams chase the shadows from the skies
Music by: Golden, Earnest.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Isle of sweethearts.
First Line: Palm trees were always swaying gently each breeze kept saying
Chorus: Isle of sweethearts, my heart is sighing for your Hawaiian shore
Music by: Yvain, Maurice.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: London : Francis Salabert, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: It must be someone like you.
First Line: Since I lost you I have been so lonely, I need a pal, dear, whose is heart is true
Chorus: It must be someone like you, someone with true eyes of blue
Music by: Straight, Charley, and Roy Bargy.
Words by: Frost, Harold G.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Italy.
First Line: Scenes of my fondest dreams, where the starlight gleams I can hear you calling
Chorus: Italy, Italy I can see two beautiful eyes watching while she tenderly sighs
Music by: Keithley, E. Clinton, and F. Henri Klickmann.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I've got the wonder where he went and when he's coming back blues.
First Line: If you wanna see a gal a man made blue just take a look at me
Chorus: I've got the wonder where he went and when he's coming back blues
Music by: Little, George A., and Tommy Lyman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Jealous of you.
First Line: Somehow I just can't help sighing, there's something makes me so blue
Chorus: Jealous of you, jealous and blue, jealous of each thing you do
Music by: Freedman, Max C., Nelson Ingham, and Ed. Johnson.
Words by: Freedman, Max C., Nelson Ingham, and Ed. Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Just like a rainbow.
First Line: They say that ev'ry cloud is silver lined and there's a ray of sunshine just behind
Chorus: Just like a rainbow that's shining after the clouds have rolled by
Music by: Earl, Mary, and Ted. Fiorito.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Land of lullaby dreams.
First Line: Mammy o' mine, your face divine I see in all of my dreams
Chorus: Memory brings back to me a simple tune I can hear my mammy dear so softly croon
Music by: Speroy, Robert.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Leave me with a smile.
First Line: Just like the sunrise, you came to me it seems
Chorus: Tho' it's time for parting, and my tears are starting, leave me with a smile
Music by: Koehler, Chas., and Earl Burtnett.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson[,] Berlin & Snyder Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Let us be sweethearts again.
First Line: When love was young we tho't all our dreams came true
Chorus: Dearie, come let's forgive all our heartaches, dearie, come let's forget all the pain
Music by: Erdman, Ernie, and Anton Lada.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Little girl of long ago.
First Line: Little girl of long ago, eyes of blue and hair of tow
Chorus:
Music by: Baron, Maruice.
Words by: Cone, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Belwin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Little lost flower.
First Line: In the heart of a city that has no heart, in the birth0place of sorrow and care
Chorus: Just a little lost flower that nobody wants, just a poor little flower that's all
Music by: Squires, Harry D.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell, and Eleanor Young.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Love days.
First Line: Just bring back the golden past, of days that were too bright to last
Chorus: Love days, love days, when the skies were always blue
Music by: Jones, Clarence M.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Love me (All of the time).
First Line: Can't you see just what I crave? I am in distress
Chorus: Love me, say that you'll love me? Each star above me says I love you
Music by: Mac Intosh, A.
Words by: Mac Intosh, A.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Lovesick blues.
First Line: I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with a girl. That's what's the matter with me
Chorus:
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Friend, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Main street.
First Line: When I'm feeling lonely, blue and homesick too, when the world has all gone wrong
Chorus: Main Street, it's just a plain street, Main Street with all it's charms
Music by: Crawford, Hazel, and F. Henri Klickmann.
Words by: Sherwood, Vincent M., and Cal De Voll.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Manilla memories.
First Line: Lonely I am yearning, dreaming I[']m returning
Chorus: While far above the stars are softly gleaming
Music by: Forbstein, Leo F.
Words by: Kerr, Harry D.
P/P/D: Kansas, MO : J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mickey O'Neil.
First Line: You've heard of Peggy O'Neil, ev'ryone knows that she'd real
Chorus: There goes Mickey O'Neil, you can tell him right off of the reel
Music by: Nelson, Ed. G., and J. Fred Coots.
Words by: Pease, Harry, and Howard Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mother and Dad.
First Line: When I think of the old folks at home, and the days when I strated to roam
Chorus: So I just think of my mother and dad, they're the best friends that I ever had
Music by: Conrad, Ward.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Refousse Music Publishing Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mother, I didn't understand.
First Line: Mother o' mine I'v ejust realized, how long you've been left alone
Chorus: I caused all your tears, brought you sorrow for years, but I didn't understand
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Green, Bud, and Howard Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mother's love.
First Line: The greatest gift of all in this world is love into each heart it's magic spell must weave
Chorus: A mother's love is purest of love, it comes from a heart that is true
Music by: Schmidt, Erwin R.
Words by: Loescher, B.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My little sister Mary.
First Line: Sister of mine, each hour I pine, just for a glimpse of your dear sweet face
Chorus: My little sister Mary she never cared to roam
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My mammy knows.
First Line: From Dixieland I strayed, and I have strayed away for many years
Chorus: My mammy knows, just how to cheer and comfort me, my mammy knows just how to show real sympathy
Music by: De Costa, Harry, and M. K. Jerome.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Ruby pal I call my happiness.
First Line: A baby girl was born in July and her mother named her Ruby
Chorus: My Ruby Pal I call my happiness I only want want a little friskiness
Music by: Snyder, Jack.
Words by: Snyder, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Snyder, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Nesting time.
First Line: The winter is ending, the voice of love is sending a message to you and I, dear
Chorus: When robins sing with a heart throb in spring then it is nesting time, dear
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: On the 'gin, 'gin, 'ginny shore.
First Line: I was born where Virginia roses smile up to the skies
Chorus: When the moon shine on the 'gin, 'gin, 'ginny shore
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Out of the shadows.
First Line: Deep deep in your eyes love's light I can see
Chorus: Come out of the shadows, come into the light
Music by: Blaufuss, Walter E.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Ramble on.
First Line: I don't complain over a pain, I found it doesn't pay
Chorus: I just ramble on, start out gay each morn
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Remember the rose.
First Line: I have told this rose I will love you evermore
Chorus: When you are away dear, remember the rose
Music by: Simons, Seymour B.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Right or wrong.
First Line: Maybe I am right, maybe I am wrong
Chorus: Right or wrong I'll always love you
Music by: Sizemore, Arthur, and Paul Biese.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Rosemary.
First Line: Out of a garden of old fashioned flow'rs, Rosemary blooms once again
Chorus: Rosemary that is for remembrance, sweet as the love of you
Music by: Schonberger, John.
Words by: Schonberger, M.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The Sheik of Araby.
First Line: Over the desert wild and free, rides the sheik of Araby
Chorus: I'm the sheik of Araby, your love belongs to me
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Smith, Harry B., and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: She's mine, all mine!
First Line: The boys on the corner were talking each one said that his girl was the best
Chorus: But she's mine, all mine! Yes, she's nobody else's but mine!
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, and Harry Ruby.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Sighing just for you.
First Line: Dearie girl, the evening breeze is sighing, seems that it is sighing just for you
Chorus: Sighing for one sight of you, crying day and night for you
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Frost, Harold G., and Cal De Voll.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Slow but sure.
First Line: We're near the end, so why pretend, it's not true?
Chorus: Slow but sure, dear; I'm losing you, it's true what can I do?
Music by: Agnew, Charles, and Audree Collins.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: S.l. : Harms Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Smilin'.
First Line: It is always like a summer day when your smilin' tenderly
Chorus: Smilin' the whole day through smiles were made just for you
Music by: Rose, Vincent, John Wolohan, and Walter Krausgrill.
Words by: Coburn, Richard.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman Clay & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Stealing.
First Line: Someone is staring at me, dear, someone is glaring at me
Chorus: Stealing, stealing with your eyes appealing
Music by: Sullivan, Dan.
Words by: Barry, Frank E.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Strut Miss Lizzie.
First Line: At the barber's ball in the barber's hall, all the dusky belles were there
Chorus: Won't you strut Miss Lizzie get busy I want to see you walk
Music by: Layton, and Creamer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Swanee River moon.
First Line: I am all alone 'way down in Dixie Land, longing for you dear
Chorus: Swanee River Moon, Swanee River Moon, shining on my cabin door
Music by: Clarke, H. Pitman.
Words by: Clarke, H. Pitman.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Sweet man o' mine.
First Line: Sweet jelly roll, my sugar bowl, my heart with love is aglow
Chorus: Cause I don't want nobody else but you, sweet man o' mine
Music by: Turk, Roy, and J. Russel Robinson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Sweetheart.
First Line: Sweetheart ever since you went away, seems that all my dreams have gone astray
Chorus: Sweetheart, I'm longing for you, nothing's been right since we parted
Music by: Johnson, Arnold.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Sweetie please tell me.
First Line: There's happy time a comin' flow'rs a bloomin', bees a humin'
Chorus: Tell me sweetheart tell me is your heart my own
Music by: McDowell, Will R.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : McDowell Publishing Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Syracuse my Utica.
First Line: Right in the middle of my business I think of two good towns each day
Chorus: Syracuse my Utica that's all I have to say
Music by: Snyder, Jack.
Words by: Snyder, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Snyder, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Ten little fingers and ten little toes (Down in Tennessee).
First Line: I met a pal from Tennessee, and with a smile he greeted me
Chorus: I've got ten little fingers and ten little toes, down in Tennessee, waiting there for me
Music by: Schuster, Ira, and Ed. G. Nelson.
Words by: Pease, Harry, and Johnny White.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: That Filipino vamp.
First Line: In tiny little bamboo shacks away in the balmy Philippines
Chorus: Play me that Filipino vamp vamp
Music by: Marcus, Christian.
Words by: Still, Wm. G.
P/P/D: New York : Christian A. Marcus, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: That's how I believe in you.
First Line: Sweet-heart you're gone and I wander on, wondering where can you be
Chorus: Like a baby believes in the sandman, with a faith that we can't understand
Music by: Rule, Bert.
Words by: Dubin, Al, and Paul Cunningham.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: There's a down in Dixie feelin' hangin' 'round me.
First Line: What do you think? What do you know? I've got a letter from home that tickles me so
Chorus: There's a down in Dixie feelin' hangin' 'round me
Music by: Perkins, Ray.
Words by: Perkins, Ray.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: There's silver in your hair (But there's gold within your heart).
First Line: Long years of joy we've spent together
Chorus: There's silver in your hair, dear, the roses have faded away
Music by: Wright, Lawrence.
Words by: David, Worton.
P/P/D: New York : Lawrence Wright Music Company, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Three o'clock in the morning.
First Line: It's three o'clock in the morning, we've danced the whole night thru
Chorus:
Music by: Robledo, Julian.
Words by: Terriss, Dorthy.
P/P/D: London, England : West's, Limited, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Time after time.
First Line: What can I do to wake you up to the things you miss?
Chorus: Time after time I've told you how much I miss your smile
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: To make me happy Monday, just give me my Sunday (Then I'll be happy all the time).
First Line: We have got to fight those new laws, we have got to fight those "Blues" laws
Chorus: To make me happy Monday, just give me my Sunday
Music by: De Voll, Cal.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Battle Creek, MI : Chas E. Roat Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Tropical blues.
First Line: Dreaming of a tropical day thinking of a love far away
Chorus: Tropical land I am lonesome for someone
Music by: Schroeder, Edw.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven.
P/P/D: Battle Creek, MI : Chas E. Roat Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Tuck me to sleep in my old Tucky home.
First Line: Old Kentucky cradled me when I was born
Chorus: Tuck me to sleep in my old 'Tucky home
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The waltz of love.
First Line: For years I've been waiting, sweetheart, for you, and wishing that you would be mine
Chorus: Let me waltz to that dreamy strain, press you close to my heart again
Music by: Rega, Milo.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Wana (When I wana-you no wana).
First Line: Way out west they tell a story of an Indian maid, Wana was her name
Chorus: Oh! Wana I wana love but you no wana
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Friend, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Weep no more (My mammy).
First Line: Many years ago when I first left Mammy's knee, I didn't know how much she really meant to me
Chorus: Oh Mammy weep no more please dry your tears I'm gonna keep you for remaining years
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D., and Sidney Clare.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: We'll dance till the night turns to day.
First Line: Music plays, hear the drum's low muffled beat
Chorus: Violins play, forms gently sway, to music's rhythm and dear delight
Music by: Wilson, Emma Bigelow.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Strand Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When Bhudda smiles.
First Line: There is a mystic story told, about a legend very old
Chorus: When Bhudda smiles all the world dries its tear, doubt or fear disappear
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When Francis dances with me
First Line: Katie O'Connor from Tenth Avenue, was dancing with Francis her beau
Chorus: When Francis dances with me, hully gee!
Music by: Violinsky.
Words by: Ryan, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When Miss Rose of Washington Square shakes hands with Broadway Rose you beware.
First Line: Europe, Asia, Africa, and all other countries whether large or small
Chorus: When Miss Rose from Washington Square shakes hands with Broadway Rose
Music by: Marcus, Christian.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Christian Marcus, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When my shoes wear out from walking I'll be on my feet again.
First Line: You say I look disgusted, it's just because I'm busted, my job is gone and I feel blue
Chorus: I've got the busted blues, seems like there ain't no use, I've got my walking shoes on my feet
Music by: Schroeder, Edw.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Battle Creek, MI : Chas. E. Roat Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When shall we meet again.
First Line: The fairest sky or the brightest eye may cloud with the word "Au revoir"
Chorus: When shall we meet again after this "au revoir"
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Egan, Raymond B.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When sweethearts waltz.
First Line: I've heard that moonlight and spoonlight and June-light will bring a pretty girl into your arms
Chorus: When sweethearts waltz a dreamy waltz and they hold in a fond embrace
Music by: De Voll, Cal, and Louis Breau.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Belwin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Wherever you are.
First Line: You came to me in dreams of long ago, and since that wondrous night I've lov'd you so
Chorus: Wherever you are, dear, I want to be there
Music by: Long, John P.
Words by: Long, John P.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Which Hazel?
First Line: The love two girls named Hazel, yes Hazel is the name
Chorus: Which Hazel, which hazel, which hazel shall it be?
Music by: Norworth, Ned, and Abner Silver.
Words by: Norworth, Ned, and Abner Silver.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Who'll be the next one (To cry over you).
First Line: Fickle heart, good-bye, so long, butterfly
Chorus: Who'll be the next one to cry over you? Who'll be the next one to sigh over you?
Music by: Black, Johnny S.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Why don't you smile?
First Line: When you are lonesome and blue, and you don't know what to do
Chorus: Why don't you smile all the while now
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Gerber, Alex.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: With all my heart.
First Line: I love each flow'r kissed by the dew, I love the hour God gave me you
Chorus: With all my heart I love you, I love you, each golden moment I'm thinking of you
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: De Voll, Cal.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You left me alone on the sea of love (To paddle my own canoe).
First Line: I am just a castaway drifting on love's sea
Chorus: You left me alone on the sea of love a lone dear and dreaming of you
Music by: Zipf, Wally.
Words by: Mack, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : McKinley and Zipf Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You'll be sorry you made me cry.
First Line: I'm feelin' so blue, don't know what to do
Chorus: You'll be sorry that you made me cry, you'll be sorry thqat you said goodbye
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Fleeson, Neville.
P/P/D: New York : A. V. T. Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Achin' hearted blues.
First Line: Listen folks it's no joke I'm blue as I can be
Chorus: Got those doggone achin' hearted blues bout my baby want some one to tell my worried news
Music by: Williams, Clarence, Clarence Johnson, and Spencer Williams.
Words by: Willimas, Clarence, Clarence Johnson, and Spencer Williams.
P/P/D: Chicago : Williams & Piron, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: After the clouds roll by you'll find a bright blue sky.
First Line: There may come a time in your life, you'll feel the struggle and strife
Chorus: Down the stream of life, you paddle your own canoe
Music by: Krause, Clarence.
Words by: Webb, R. A.
P/P/D: S.I. : Krause, Mars & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: After the rain.
First Line: When the rain comes pattering down you sigh dear
Chorus: After the rain skies appear more clear and blue dear
Music by: Sizemore, Arthur, and Guy Shrigley.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Aggravatin' papa (Don't you try to two-time me).
First Line: I know a triflin' man they call him "triflin Sam"
Chorus: Aggravatin' Papa, don't you try to two-time me, I said don't two-time me!
Music by: Turk, Roy, and J. Russell Robinson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Ain't love grand!
First Line: Who was it said that a man is crazy to ever fall in love?
Chorus: Every night sitting in the parlor ain't love grand?
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Walter Donaldson, and Con Conrad.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G., Walter Donaldson, and Con Conrad.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Ala Moana.
First Line: Out where the golden sun is shining dwon on an island far away
Chorus: Beneath the palm trees swaying where ukuleles play
Music by: Noble, Johnny, and Bob Lukens.
Words by: Noble, Johnny, and Bob Lukens.
P/P/D: London : Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: All for the love of Mike.
First Line: My sister Kate gave a party last night, and all of her girlfriends were there
Chorus: I gave up Jimmy Rogers, who owns two garages, all for the love of Mike
Music by: Pease, Harry, Ed. G. Nelson, and Harry Tobias.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: And the song came back.
First Line: Tom, Dick and Harry, they wrote a little song, a classy little ditty and tacked some music on
Chorus: But the song came back, yes, the song came back
Music by: St. John, Cad.
Words by: St. John, Cad.
P/P/D: S.l. : Stark Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Angel child.
First Line: You're just as sweet as an angel, I'm happy when you are near
Chorus: Angel child, I'm just wild about you
Music by: Price, George, Abner Silver, and Benny Davis.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: At the honky-tonk stepper's ball.
First Line: The honky-tonk stepper's are giving a ball next Saturday night at the old town hall
Chorus: I'm goin' to do a little cheatin'; I'll wear my "Sunday go to meetin"
Music by: Smith, Chris, and Jimmie Durante.
Words by: Smith, Chris, and Jimmie Durante.
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Aunt Hagar's blues.
First Line: Old deacon Splivin' his flock was givin' the way of livin' right
Chorus:
Music by: Handy, W. C.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Handy Bros. Music Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Baby blue eyes.
First Line: Lost my heart today, found it right away, when I loooked into a pair of eyes
Chorus: Baby Blue Eyes, I love to look into Baby's blue eyes
Music by: Hirsch, Walter, George Jessel, and Jesse Greer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Richmond-Robbins Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The bad little boys aren't goody-good (To the goody-good little girls).
First Line: Be good, little girls be good little girls that's with all the mammas say
Chorus: 'Cause the bad little boys aren't goody good to the goody-good little girls
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Blossoms.
First Line: Tonight with twilight falling my heart to you is calling a message I would send so true
Chorus: Blossoms so rare for you dear blossoms that tell of spring cheer
Music by: Phillips, Edna J. Allen.
Words by: Phillips, Edna J. Allen.
P/P/D: S.l. : Mid-West Music House, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Broken toy.
First Line: Girlies and boys want pretty toys cry for them everyday
Chorus: My love is like a broken toy a toy you craved for just a day
Music by: Magine, Frank, and Leon Flatow.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Broken-hearted blues.
First Line: Mammy, the nights are weary, Mammy the days are dreary
Chorus: I've got those broken-hearted blues, broken hearted blues
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri, and Roy Bargy.
Words by: Ringle, Dave.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Building love castles.
First Line: I've been looking 'round for inspiration, someone that could make my dreams come true
Chorus: Building love castles with you, sweet dreams and skies that are blue
Music by: Sherwood, Ray.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Burning sands.
First Line: Down by the silv'ry shores of the Nile, down where the iris blooms all the while
Chorus: Across the burning sands, there waits my arab man
Music by: Onivas, D.
Words by: Meskill, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Richmond-Robbins Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Buzz, Mirandy.
First Line: There was a gal named Mirandy 'Way down in old Tennessee
Chorus: Buzz, Mirandy you look like a dandy buzz Mirandy
Music by: Franklin, Dave.
Words by: Creamer, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: By the sapphire sea.
First Line: Somewhere over there by the sapphire sea, the whispering palm trees are calling me
Chorus: Merrily we'll sail upon the sapphire sea, to a little isle where happy we will be
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Smith, Harry B., and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: By the Shalimar.
First Line: Twilight is closing the flowers my love, soon silver stars will be twinkling above
Chorus: By the Shalimar in my arms I'll hold you
Music by: Magine, Frank, Del Delbridge, and Ted Koehler.
Words by: Magine, Frank, Del Delbridge, and Ted Koehler.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Cairo moon.
First Line: Night in far of Cairo Land across the desert sand
Chorus: Moon Oh! Cairo Moon above me, Moon can he be thinking of me?
Music by: Caine, Sid, and Sam Gold.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : S. C. Caine Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Carolina in the morning.
First Line: Wishing is good time wasted still it's a habit they say
Chorus: Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina in the morning
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Carolina mammy.
First Line: Mammy, Mammy, I'm hurrying home I'm tired of roaming tired of being alone
Chorus: Carolina mammy I'm longin' for you, Carolina mammy I'm lonesome and blue
Music by: James, Billy.
Words by: James, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Carry me back to my Carolina Home.
First Line: Carolina, I've a kind a longin' for you Carolina, no place finer deedy that's true
Chorus: Carry me back to my Carolina home I'd give up everything I own to be down in the southern zone
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: S. l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Chicago (That toddling town).
First Line: I got a gal, I got a pal, I got a chance, I got a dance waiting for me
Chorus: Chicago, Chicago, that toddling town
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Closer (L'adoree de mon coeur).
First Line: Tell me while we dance dear, that your dream came true
Chorus:
Music by: du Parc, Leon.
Words by: du Parc, Leon.
P/P/D: S. l. : Chappell & Co., L't'd., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Come on down to tinkle town (Round the town glide).
First Line: When you're feeling blue, and have nothing else to do, I will take where
Chorus: Come on down, come on down, to Tinkle Town
Music by: Tucker, Johnnie, Bob Schafer, and Spencer Williams.
Words by: Tucker, Johnnie, Bob Schafer, and Spencer Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Come on home.
First Line: Rain pouring down all over town even the skies above cries "your love has gone and thrown you down"
Chorus: Come on home come on home home aint home when I'm there alone
Music by: Meyer, Geo W., and Harry Akst.
Words by: Young, Joe, and Sam M. Lewis.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Cow bells.
First Line: Girls be careful now-a-days, when you meet a boy
Chorus: They're cowbells, just cowbells, when he says he loves but you
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D., and Lew Klein.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dancing fool.
First Line: Oh listen to that melody, your dancing eyes are tempting me
Chorus: Come on and dance, I feel so happy! Come on and dance, we'll make it snappy
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Smith, Harry B., and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Dear old Nebraska.
First Line: I'm homesick, and love sick for just a bit of cheer
Chorus: Dear old Nebraska, my own Nebraska I hear your call
Music by: Snyder, Jack.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Snyder, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Decatur Street blues.
First Line: Oh honey baby I'm tired of drifting 'round do you remember good old Atlanta town
Chorus: Down on Decatur Street I mean it can't be beat
Music by: Williams, Clarence, and T. A. Hammed.
Words by: Gilbert, Mercedes.
P/P/D: Chicago : Williams & Piron, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Don't feel sorry for me.
First Line: Someone else has taken my place, I can read it right in your face
Chorus: Don't feel sorry for me, I'm glad that you, found someone true
Music by: Clarke, Grant, Edgar Leslie, and Archie Gottler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Don't leave me Mammy.
First Line: When I started to roam I forgot about home
Chorus: Don't leave me dear old Mammy 'cause I love you so
Music by: Conrad, Con, and Henry W. Santly.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and B. G. De Sylva.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Down in Maryland.
First Line: Home ties that bind, cling to me, home ties I find, bring to me memories of happy childhood
Chorus: I've made my mind up that I'm gonna wind up, down in Maryland
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, and Harry Ruby.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Down old Virginia way.
First Line: Two yearning eyes blue as the skies haunt me
Chorus:
Music by: Olman, Abe, and Gladys Gillette.
Words by: Yellen, Jack, and Vernon Stevens.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Erin, you're wearin' a wonderful smile.
First Line: If I'm dreamin' don't wake me, a cushla, for I see Erin wearin' a smile
Chorus: Erin, you're wearin' a wonderful smile, and it's proud I am of you today
Music by: Stanley, Jack.
Words by: Costello, Bartley.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Faded love letters (Of mine).
First Line: When all the world seems so merry and bright, I'm dreaming of days past recall
Chorus: Faded old love letters, they mean the world to me
Music by: Moore, Luella Lockwood, and Will E. Dulmage.
Words by: Pascoe, Richard W.
P/P/D: Battle Creek, Mich. : Chas. E. Roat Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Fate it was when I first met you.
First Line: It seems that man, no matter what his lot, he lays the blame on fate
Chorus: Fate is all that I am my fate is the law above
Music by: Gay, Byron.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Fickle Flo from Kokomo.
First Line: There's a girl named Flo, out in Kokomo, just as fickle as can be
Chorus: I got my fill of "Sleepy Phil" down in Philadelphiay
Music by: Turk, Roy, and J. Russel Robinson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Flower of Araby.
First Line: I close my eyes still I see vividly, two loving arms and they beckon me
Chorus: Araby, I'll soon be there, my land, it gave me life and love
Music by: Cherkasky, Richard, Lucien Schmit, and Lou Davis.
Words by: Cherkasky, Richard, SCmit.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Flower of Hawaii (Pua o Hawaii).
First Line: There is an island where flowers grow, of beauty rare
Chorus: Flower of Hawaii, dry each tear away, to your tropic bower, I'll come to stay
Music by: Gravelle, Jeanne, and Bob Haring.
Words by: Gravelle, Jeanne, and Bob Haring.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Gee! but I hate to go home alone.
First Line: Crowds all around me still I'm alone no one to say "hello"
Chorus: Gee but I hate to go home alone
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Georgia.
First Line: Morning, night and noon, I'm all out of tune until I go to bed
Chorus: Georgia, Georgia, my home sweet home, how I've adored ya
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Georgia cabin door.
First Line: Georgia land, Georgia land, there's a little trip I've planned
Chorus: Georgia cabin door, come on swing wide open
Music by: Young, Eleanor, and Harry D. Squires.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Georgia Rose.
First Line: Mammy is feeling sad today, her child is called Black Rose at play
Chorus: Georgia Rose, Georgia Rose, you're the most precious rose Dixie grows
Music by: Rosenthal, Harry.
Words by: Sullivan, Alex, and Jimmy Flynn.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Got to cool my doggies now (Got to cool my puppies now).
First Line: Sally Lee a raggy stepper, sweet baby some cayenne pepper down at a darktown dance
Chorus: When I hear a jazz tune full of pep, got to shoot my Nelson that's my 'rep'
Music by: Schafer, Bob, Babe Thompson, and Spencer Williams.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Hawaii (I'm dreaming of you).
First Line: I hear you calling, Hawaii, calling me
Chorus: Tonight I dream of you Hawaii, so dear to me across the sea
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Hawaiian nightingale.
First Line: Mystic Isles, where all the nature smiles
Chorus: Nightingale, I am so lonely, Nightingale I love him only
Music by: De Leath, Vaughn.
Words by: Hampton, Anne.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The heart of Virginia.
First Line: I'm comin', I'm comin, dear old Virginia hills
Chorus: My heart is in the heart of Virginia, I'll start to win the heart of Virginia
Music by: Motzan, Otto, and Henry Santly.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: He's the talk of the whole darn town.
First Line: I've got a pal and I'm right here a tellin' you, he's just the slickest feller in our town
Chorus: He's the talk of the whole darn town, my pal Ebenezer
Music by: Heagney, Billy, and Bert Reed.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: High brown blues.
First Line: Any man who trusts a gal ain't nothin' but a dog gone fool
Chorus: I've got the high brown blues about that thing called love
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Hilo Bay.
First Line: Where balmy breezes blow mid the palms that grow on Hilo Bay
Chorus: Hilo Bay where magic moon beams play
Music by: Sizemore, Arthur, and Guy Shrigley.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Sizemore & Shrigley, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Honeymoon time.
First Line: How I dream of that wonderful lovetime, when you're all mine, honey moon time
Chorus: Honeymoon when our hearts are sweetly blending, we'll realize love's paradise
Music by: Caesar, William F., and Irving Weill.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I certainly must be in love.
First Line: Mamie McShane was a dumb, dizzy dame that lived over on First Avenue
Chorus: Since I met that kid I'm clean off of me lid
Music by: Dougherty, Dan.
Words by: Tracey, William.
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I gave you up just before you threw me down.
First Line: Ev'rybody knew, how I cared for you. Tho' deceived, I believed that you loved me too
Chorus: But I gave you up just before you threw me down, you'll see a smile where you thought you'd see a frown
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, Harry Ruby, and Fred E. Ahlert.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I love sweet Angeline.
First Line: Angeline was sweet sixteen and pretty too
Chorus: Nobody knows how much I love sweet Angeline nobody knows but me she's about to be mine
Music by: Creamer, and Layton.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe. Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I thought I'd die.
First Line: Sweet Mary Green, just seventeen, was oh so bashful and shy
Chorus: When he put his head on my shoulder I thought I'd die
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Gerber, Alexa, and Bud Green.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I want to go back, Ireland is free.
First Line: I got a letter yesterday, and you'll believe me when I say
Chorus: I want to go back once more to the town of Ballymore where all the little shamrocks grow
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York : A. V. T. Music Pub. Co, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I was married up in the air (I've been up in the air ever since).
First Line: Romeo won Julie on her balcony that was in the good old days of long ago
Chorus: Oh I was married up in the air, way up above, in the clouds
Music by: Miller, Bob, and Jack Rock.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Metro Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I wish I knew (You really loved me).
First Line: I often wonder, would like to know, if you love only me
Chorus: I wish I knew, you really loved me, I'd wish I knew it was true
Music by: Spencer, Robert E., Frank Anderson, and Harry Bryant.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'd give it all for you.
First Line: I had wandered alone in the darkness, but now all my wand'ring is past
Chorus: If I found the end of the rainbow and all the treasures it hides
Music by: Loftus, John.
Words by: Loftus, John.
P/P/D: S. l. : Eliza Doyle Smith, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: If I had my way, pretty baby.
First Line: I'm not good at love making but my heart will be breaking if you don't listen to my plea
Chorus: If I had my way, pretty baby, a bright wedding ring I'd bring to you
Music by: Mecum, Dud.
Words by: Matthews, Artie.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'm living a life of shadows (Bring back the sunshine to me).
First Line: We all can dream, love, think and scheme, how to make fortune smile
Chorus: I'm living a life of shadows, since I lost my girl
Music by: Witol, Wm.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : American Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I'm so unlucky.
First Line: I was born upon a rainy Friday morn
Chorus: For I'm so unlucky I mean real unlucky I have lots of luck but it's all bad
Music by: Samuels, Joe, and Larry Briers.
Words by: Caine, Sid.
P/P/D: New York : S. C. Caine Inc, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In a corner of the world all our own.
First Line: Springtime sings a golden song of sunshine and roses and love
Chorus: In a corner of the world, we will build our home, sweet home
Music by: Crawford, Jesse.
Words by: Keyes, Gilbert.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In a field of purple clover.
First Line: Through the twilight I was comin', when the sun was bendin' low
Chorus: In a field of purple clover, where the morin' glories grow
Music by: Briers, Larry.
Words by: Walker, Lee M.
P/P/D: New York : S. C. Caine Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In my dream of you.
First Line: I saw you in my dream, my short sweet dream
Chorus: You told me you were sorry you asked me to forgive
Music by: Dattilo, Vincent.
Words by: Waxman, Harry, and M. K. Roberts.
P/P/D: New York : V. Dattilo and K. M. Roberts, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In my old plantation home.
First Line: I have travelled everywhere, seen all there is to see
Chorus: I'm going to plant myself in my old plantation home
Music by: Wilson, Al, and James A. Brennan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edw. B. Marks Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In old Madrid.
First Line: Where soft guitars whisper of love on fairy strings
Chorus: In old Madrid, where the skies are blue, in old Madrid there I met you
Music by: Flynn, Howard.
Words by: Harrington, John P.
P/P/D: London : St. Giles Publishing Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: In our parlor on a Sunday night.
First Line: In our house, oh, in our house, we have a lot of fun
Chorus: In our parlor, in our parlor, on Sunday night, the gang's all there with slicked up hair
Music by: David, Lee.
Words by: Ley, Benton.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Indiany mammy blues.
First Line: Ever since ahs heard about dem Wabash blues, they have set me longin' till I'm wild
Chorus: Back in Indiany's where ah longs to be, in an old log cabin Mammy waits for me
Music by: McCormick, Edward C.
Words by: McCormick, Edward C.
P/P/D: Palestine, Ill. : Macks' Song Shop, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: I've got the home brew blues.
First Line: I saw a sign in a window, "make your own we show you how"
Chorus: Like every Feller, that works in his cellar, I've got the home brew blues
Music by: Claus, Christian A.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Christian A. Claus, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Ji-Ji-Boo.
First Line: A sailor sailed away, upon a ship one day
Chorus: Ji-ji-boo ji-ji-boo if I had someone like you, I'd be true, true to you
Music by: White, Willy, Harry White, and Joseph Meyer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Jimbo Jambo.
First Line: Far away in Jimbo Jambo lives a girl named Simbo Sambo
Chorus: I'm going back to Jimbo Jambo find this little simbo sambo
Music by: Vincent, Nat, Billy Frisch, and Billy Hueston.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Jonah.
First Line: Jonah Ananias was a sailor of note a sailor on a whaler and the feller who wrote
Chorus: He would kid 'em along with that whale of a song a tune with a harpoon that sticks
Music by: Tarbell, Harlan, and Frederick G. Johnson.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Eliza Doyle Smith, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Kentucky echoes.
First Line: When I lay me down to sleep nearly ev'ry night, thoughts of home are bound to creep in my dreams so bright
Chorus: Kentucky echoes keep a calling me Kentucky echoes fondest memory
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Riley Reilly.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : L. Wolfe Gilbert Music Corp., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Khartum.
First Line: Away in the far off east those Mohammedan people in those far off lands
Chorus: Khartum Mohammed worshipers begun Khartum from sun to sun
Music by: Marcus, Christian.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Lovelight Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Let us say good-bye with a waltz.
First Line: One night in June, under the moon, while a cello sighed, I met you
Chorus: Let us say goodbye to tonight with a dreamy waltz
Music by: Young, Eleanor, and Harry D. Squires.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Little old lady of mine.
First Line: My heart is yearning just to be returning to my home sweet home
Chorus: Little old lady of mine always so good and so kind
Music by: Schoebel, Elmer, and Billy Meyers.
Words by: Taylor, Tell.
P/P/D: S.l. : Tell Taylor, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Little pal of long ago.
First Line: When shadows at twilight are falling and birds to their mates softly coo
Chorus: For I'll never find another little pal of long ago
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Hirch, Walter, and Claude Sacre.
P/P/D: New York : Richmond-Robbins Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Lonesome lips.
First Line: In your sweet letter you ask if I'm blue, if I'm sad without you
Chorus: Lips that are burning, lips that are yearning
Music by: Kelly, Margie.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Love (My heart is calling you).
First Line: It was dawning early morning when we two drifted apart
Chorus: Love my heart is calling you love why don't you answer
Music by: Cooper, Joe.
Words by: Young, Joe, and Sam M. Lewis.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Love dreams.
First Line: When your heart just longs for consolation, and the happiness of love so true
Chorus: Love dreams, love dreams, golden memories of days together
Music by: Golden, Earnest.
Words by: Meskill, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Richmond Robbins Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The lovelight in your eyes.
First Line: All thru the day I miss you so, and wish that you were here
Chorus: I can see the lovelight in your eyes, dear, shining there for me
Music by: Johnson, Arnold.
Words by: Smith, Harry B., and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Love's lament.
First Line: Dreamy eyes eyes of blue which can anyone believe
Chorus: Still I'll try why can't I find just the one and the only?
Music by: Piquet, Rolf.
Words by: Mattullath, Alice.
P/P/D: New York : Edw. B. Marks Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Lovin' Sam (The sheik of Alabam).
First Line: Listen, sister and brothers, I suppose you've heard of the Sheik
Chorus: People call him lovin' Sam he's the Sheik of Alabam
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bernstein Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mammy Lou.
First Line: Way down in Dixie where the sweet magnolias bloom my Mammy Lou I'se comin' back to you
Chorus: Mammy Lou, you're the sweetest flower Dixieland ever grew
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B., and Edward P. Moran.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Many a day (I'll miss you too).
First Line: You say that you're tired of me, dear, you say that we two must part
Chorus: Many a day, yes, many a day you'll long for me when I'm gone away
Music by: Biese, Paul, and F. Henri Klickmann.
Words by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mary Ann.
First Line: Mary Ann I began loving you long ago, Mary Ann I'm your man haven't I told you so?
Chorus: Mary Ann, Mary Ann, what's your answer? You know I'm longing for you
Music by: Golden, Earnest.
Words by: Byers, Hale, and B. G. De Sylva.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Mississippi honeymoon.
First Line: We've got the home, we've got the ring, I guess we've got most ev'rything
Chorus: We're gwine to float in a boat on the Mississippi all day long
Music by: Long, John P.
Words by: Long, John P.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My buddy.
First Line: Life is a book that we study some of its leaves bring a sigh
Chorus: Nights are long since you went away I think you about you all through the day
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Cuban pearl.
First Line: Far away near Havana shores there lives a girl, whom I call dancing Cuban Pearl
Chorus: Oh, how I'd like to be with that dancing Cuban Pearl, I love her wicked glance, and vamping Spanish dance
Music by: Dattilo, V.
Words by: Waxman, Harry.
P/P/D: S.l. : V. Dattilo, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My dawg (Anybody wanna buy a little dawg?).
First Line: Anybody here wanna buy a little dawg?
Chorus:
Music by: Murphy, Bert, and AB Green.
Words by: Murphy, Bert, and AB Green.
P/P/D: New York : Manhattan Music Publishers, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Dixie.
First Line: If you come from East or West you think your land's the best
Chorus: I'm talkin' 'bout my Dixie, my Dixie land
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My honey's lovin' arms.
First Line: You've heard lovers, love sick lovers, fret about their pet
Chorus:
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Ruby, Herman.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Idaho.
First Line: Every where you roam, is someone's home sweet home
Chorus: My Idaho, I've decided to be guided were I belong
Music by: Bennett, George J.
Words by: Tobias, Harry, and Charles Tobias.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Indiana Mary (I miss you).
First Line: When life is bright and gay, when sorrow's far away
Chorus: Back in dear old Indiana far away, there's a shack that's home sweet home
Music by: McCormick, Edward, and Thomas Carlon.
Words by: McCormick, Edward, and Thomas Carlon.
P/P/D: Palestine, Ill. : Macks' Song Shop, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My little hottentot tot.
First Line: Washington Green in his flying machine lost his bearings one dark day
Chorus: I've got a hot little hottentot tot in my jungle bungalow
Music by: Costello, Bartley, and Jack Stanley.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Mulberry Rose.
First Line: Rosie McSweeney is teeny and weenie and sweet as a choclate eclaire
Chorus: My Mulberry Rose wears fifth avenue clothes
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Hanlon, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My pillow and me.
First Line: I've got the "Oh, so you know" feeling 'cause my sweetie's gone
Chorus: Nobody knows but my pillow and me nobody knows half the troubles I've seen
Music by: Brymn, Tim, Chris Smith, and Clarence Williams.
Words by: Brymn, Tim, Chris Smith, and Clarence Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Company, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: My Virginia Rose.
First Line: Winter days are over and my thoughts just seem to stray to fields of clover dwon Virginia way
Chorus: When the bees are hummin' then I'm comin', my Virginia Rose
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Never mind.
First Line: Life is like a pretty melody every day is full of harmony
Chorus: Never mind despair, chase away dull care, never mind those other days that used to be
Music by: Breau, Louis, and Nat Sanders.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Belwin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: New moon.
First Line: New moon you're not the same, I guess I'm all to blame
Chorus: New Moon why do you haunt me new moon
Music by: Williams, Clarence.
Words by: Wolf, Joe.
P/P/D: Chicago : Williams & Piron, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Nobody lied when they said that I cried over you.
First Line: I have wander'd my whole life through sweetheart, I've come back to you
Chorus: Nobody lied when they said I cried over you
Music by: Weber, Edwin J.
Words by: Norman, Karyl, and Hyatt Berry.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Oh teacher, teacher let me do the teaching awhile.
First Line: Handsome Johnny started on a music career, but he was backward tho his teacher sure was a dear
Chorus: Oh little teacher, sweet little teacher, just let me do the teaching awhile
Music by: Quayle, Dick.
Words by: Stoddard, Guy.
P/P/D: S.I. : Stark Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Oh, what a mother I had.
First Line: Once there were eyes that wept for me, when trouble came my way
Chorus: Oh, what a mother I had! She toiled that I might be glad
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Old fashioned girl in a gingham gown.
First Line: There's just one girl I call my sweetheart for just one girl I'd buy the ring
Chorus: An old fashioned girl in a gingham gown, has stolen my heart away
Music by: Jolson, Al.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Richmond Robbins Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Old plantation blues.
First Line: I wonder why I ever said good-bye to my old plantation home
Chorus: I've got the blues, the old plantation blues, I long for news
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri.
Words by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: On a moonlight night.
First Line: Wonder world of mine would that I were thine, evermore
Chorus: On a moonlight night, on a beautiful moonlight night
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : L. Wolfe Gilbert Music Corp., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: On the radiophone.
First Line: In the air, ev'rywhere, hear the entertainment fly
Chorus: Oh just listen in on the radiophone
Music by: Riley, Edward, and Herman A. Hummel.
Words by: Lockard, Ray W.
P/P/D: Des Moines, Iowa : Riley & Co, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: One sweet smile.
First Line: There's nothing that I know, dear, is sweeter than your smile
Chorus: When I'm sad there is nothing that can cheer me, just like one sweet smile from you
Music by: Stanley, Jack, and Charles Jordan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : S. C. Caine Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Oogie-Oogie Wa-Wa.
First Line: Where it's zero all the year-o, lives an Eskimo
Chorus: He sighs and whispers oogie, oogie wa-wa
Music by: Gottler, Archie.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Panorama Bay.
First Line: There's a fairyland, there's a fairyland far away, on a bay, oh! so fair
Chorus: Panorama bay, when I'm far away from you, that's the only time this heart of mine is blue
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: People like us.
First Line: A boy and a girlie were lovers, which in itself is not new
Chorus: People like us don't have to worry people like us can afford to smile
Music by: Norworth, Jack, Arthur Swanstorm, and Al Piantadosi.
Words by: Norworth, Jack, Arthur Swanstorm, and Al Piantadosi.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Pick me up and lay me down in dear old Dixieland.
First Line: One day I watched a flock of whippoorwills, as they flew to their homes across the hills
Chorus: Pick me up and leave down in dear old Dixieland, the sun shines there each morn
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, and Harry Ruby.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: A picture without a frame.
First Line: In my mind I often paint a picture dear to me
Chorus: A rustic stream, a shady dell, a pasture green, I love so well
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Pleasant dreams.
First Line: You are always with me in my dreaming, scheming
Chorus: Pleasant dreams, pleasant dreams, find me in love with you
Music by: Wendling, Pete, and Max Kortlander.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : B. A. Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Poor little me.
First Line: I don't like to complain but I think it's a shame I don't know what the word love means
Chorus: Poor little me always lonesome and sad poor little me always getting in bad
Music by: Davis, Benny.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Rocky mountain home.
First Line: Ev'rytime I see the golden sunset in the west, with each memory comes a melody
Chorus: Rock me to sleep in my rocky mountain home
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Harty, Robert E.
P/P/D: Chicago : Dixon Lane Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Roguish Rosie Reilly.
First Line: There's a young girl moved in our neighborhood, she has the boy's nearly crazy
Chorus: Who has a heart like the blook of a rose?
Music by: Franklin, Dave.
Words by: Whiting, George.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Rosalie.
First Line: Dearest I'm starting out to find you, just to remind you that ever since we've been apart
Chorus: Rosalie, oh! Rosalie, no matter where you may be
Music by: Frey, Hugo.
Words by: Greene, Schuyler.
P/P/D: London : Harms Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The rosary you gave to me.
First Line: When twilight shades are falling I hear your sweet voice calling
Chorus: When at the close of day, tho you are so far away
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B., and Edward P. Moran.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Rose of the Rio Grande.
First Line: Pals fellows and gals out in a Lone Star town dance full of romance after the sun goes down
Chorus: Rose of the Rio Grande Rose of the border land
Music by: Warren, Harry, and Ross Gorman.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Rose of the underworld.
First Line: Where the lights are burning low down in Chinatown
Chorus: Rose of the underworld your heart is sad when it shold be glad
Music by: Baskette, Billy, Jack Denny, and Geo. S. Gilfillan, Jr.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edw. B. Marks Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Runnin' wild.
First Line: My gal and I, we had a fight, and I'm all by myself
Chorus: Runnin' wild, lost control, runnin' wild, mighty bold
Music by: Gibbs, A. Harrington.
Words by: Grey, Joe, and Leo Wood.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Save the last waltz for me.
First Line: Hear the band, dear it's grand, when you and I are dancing to the music while the hours fly by
Chorus: Save the last waltz for me, that sweet old melody
Music by: Johnson, Howard, and Jack Austin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Send me a bluebird with beautiful blues eyes.
First Line: Lonely, lonely, sad am I
Chorus: Send me a blue bird with beautiful blue eyes
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Fisher, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: She's just a plain old fashioned girl.
First Line: There are girls and girls and worlds of girls, some silly and some quite wise
Chorus: She's just a plain old fashioned girl, with hair of chestnut hue
Music by: Wilson, Emma Bigelow.
Words by:
P/P/D: Lansing, MI : Strand Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Sister Kate.
First Line: Went to a dance with my sister Kate, ev'ry one there she danced so great
Chorus: Wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate, she shivers like the jelly on a plate
Music by: Piron, A. J.
Words by: Piron, A. J.
P/P/D: S.I. : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Smile away the blues.
First Line: Ev'rybody has his troubles on that we all agree but I never let my troubles get the best of me
Chorus: Just smile away the blues when you feel lonely just smile away the blues
Music by: Stern, Jack, Clarence J. Marks, and Norah Lee Haymond.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Smile, sweet smile.
First Line: There's a maiden I see, she's as fair as can be
Chorus: All the day through, I keep thinking of you, and you smile sweet smile
Music by: Riley, Edward.
Words by: Sykes, Chas. B., and Ray W. Lockard.
P/P/D: Des Moines, Iowa : Riley Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The sneak!
First Line: You heard about the sneak, ha! ha! the sneak, ha! ha! ha!
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Stuttering.
First Line: Little Freddie Ray is a very bashful chap still I'm here to say that Freedie isn't any sap
Chorus: He whispers I love, lu lu lu lu lu love you dear indeed I do
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Suez.
First Line: In old Suez, under mystic sky, near the old Red Deam where the ships go by
Chorus: Suez, wond'rous Suez, where I was captured with your love sigh
Music by: Grofe, Ferdie, and Peter De Rose.
Words by: Pancoast, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
PDF #1 & PDF #2 & PDF #3

Title: Suppose.
First Line: Sweetheart, I just read a story, of two lovers in their glory
Chorus: Just suppose that you and I should part, dear, would the world be just the same as ever
Music by: Joe, Harry, Solman, and Harris.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Swanee bluebird.
First Line: Sweetheart night and day my thoughts go wandering down your way
Chorus: My little Swanee Bluebird let me hear you sing your song of love and each word happiness will bring
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Con Conrad.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Richmond-Robbins Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Swanee cradle [ at head of title: Rock me in my].
First Line: In a day gone by, when I used to cry
Chorus: Just rock me in my Swanee cradle, where the Swanee River flows
Music by: Young, Eleanor, and Harry D. Squires.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
PDF #1 & PDF

Title: 'Taint nobody's business if I do.
First Line: There ain't nothin' I can do nor nothin' I can say that folks don't criticize me
Chorus: If I should notion to jump into the ocean, 'taint nobody's business if I do
Music by: Grainger, Porter, and Robbins' Everett.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
PDF #1 & PDF #2

Title: That Da-Da strain.
First Line: Have you heard it, have you heard it, that new da-da strain?
Chorus: Da-da-da-da, da-da-da-da, it's so appealing, starts me reeling like I'm sailing upon the bounding main
Music by: Medina, Mamie, and Edgar Dowell.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: There's a reason (And it's you).
First Line: Why do I sigh when you go by I've tried to guess won't you please tell me why
Chorus: There's a reason for the charms that I find within your arms
Music by: Hess, Cliff.
Words by: Hess, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The thief.
First Line: I'm hot on the trail of a thief who jumped his bail
Chorus: Have you heard the thief. He will steal in your heart have you heard the thief he is clever and smart
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Those days are over.
First Line: Let's take a look in memory's book back to the days of yore
Chorus: Where are the days of long ago?
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Those star spangled nights in Dixieland.
First Line: Baggage man, baggage man, I'm broke I declare, I've got no fare
Chorus: Give me those star spangled nights in Dixieland, one glimpse of southland is all that I demand
Music by: Cantor, Lew, Herman Ruby, and Pete Wendling.
Words by: Cantor, Lew, Herman Ruby, and Pete Wendling.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Three little words.
First Line: Your words are loving and tender, each one I love to recall
Chorus: Three little words that thrill me, that set my heart aglow
Music by: Brown, Porter.
Words by: Branch, James.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: To-morrow.
First Line: Say, did you ever stray, from the ones you love for quite a while?
Chorus: Tomorrow, tomorrow, how happy I will be, tomorrow, tomorrow, back on my mammy's knee
Music by: Turk, Roy, and J. Russel Robinson.
Words by:
P/P/D: Canada : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Tomorrow morning.
First Line: Won't you take a look at me, I'm as nervous as can be
Chorus: Tomorrow morning, I'll be wearing a smile, tomorrow morning, as I march down the aisle
Music by: Young, Eleanor, and Harry D. Squires.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Toot, toot, tootsie! (Goo' bye).
First Line: Yesterday I head a lover sigh, "good-bye oh me, oh my"
Chorus: Too, toot, tootsie goo' bye! Toot, toot, tootsie, don't cry
Music by: Kahn, Gus, Ernie Erdman, and Dan Russo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The trail to long ago.
First Line: I long to go back to happiness on the trail to long ago
Chorus:
Music by: Klickmann, F. Henri, and E. Clinton Keithley.
Words by: White, Wm. T., and Clarence W. Erickson.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
PDF #1 & PDF

Title: Ty-Tee.
First Line: Where white shadows fall upon a world asleep, there each night in gladness in my dreams I creep
Chorus: Ty-tee, way down upon the south sea isle, seems I hear you calling me
Music by: Bibo, Irving.
Words by: Wood, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Under Arabian skies.
First Line: An Arabian bold, in the days of old, rode the desert far and wide
Chorus: I love you my Arabian maid, my desert queen you'll be
Music by: Wilson, Emma Bigelow.
Words by:
P/P/D: Lansing, Mich. : Strand Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Venetian nights.
First Line: As I drift among life's memories, there is one scene that appears
Chorus: Those dear Venetian nights of long ago, those fair Venetian sights, I love them so
Music by: Stern, Jack, Clarence J. Marks, and Norah Lee Haymond.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Virginia blues.
First Line: When I left Virginia I never knew how lonesome I would be, but now my tears are falling Virginia's calling me
Chorus: Old Virginia blues, the meanest kind of homesick blues
Music by: Meinken, Fred.
Words by: Erdman, Ernie.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Waikiki, I hear you calling me.
First Line: I think of dreamy Hawaii, each night before I retire
Chorus: Waikiki, I hear you calling me, oh! tell me how are all the peaches down around the beaches?
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, and Harry Ruby.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Wake up little girl you're just dreaming.
First Line: You built a doll house in dreamland, filled in with sunshine and song
Chorus: Wake up little girl you're just dreaming pretty dreams
Music by: Herscher, Lou, and Joe Burke.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Waltzing the blues.
First Line: My little honey's feeling lonesome, my little honey's sad and blue
Chorus: Oh, my honey, don't you feel so funny, when you waltz the blues?
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When Ireland realizes her dreams.
First Line: Ireland you're dreaming of freedom, the freedom you once you knew
Chorus: Ireland, dear Ireland, we're dreaming of you, the scenes of our childhood and friends we love true
Music by: Evans, Everett J.
Words by: Mc Loughlin, M.
P/P/D: New York : American Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When the leaves come tumbling down.
First Line: Autumn, autumn, look what you've done, you've made a baby of me
Chorus: I get so blue thru and thru when the leaves come a tumbling down from trees
Music by: Howard, Richard.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: "When the moon is shinin' down in Alabam."
First Line: Now folks I'm a man what is longin' for my old home far away
Chorus: When the moon is shinin' down in Alabam
Music by: Bernard, Al., and Nat Vincent.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When those "finale hoppers" start hopping around.
First Line: I've been all around this earth in ev'ry foreign land, I've seen all those wooly Zulus down in Zulu land
Chorus: When those Finale hoppers start hoppin' around you'd think that Barnums circus just blew into town
Music by: White, Willie, and Harry White.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When you and I were young Maggie blues.
First Line: I've been requested to sing an old time song something our granddadies used to sing
Chorus: You simply take a favorite that you flavor it with just a note or two of blue harmony
Music by: Frost, Jack, and Jimmy McHugh.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: When you long for a pal who would care.
First Line: You said good-bye without a sigh to loved ones you left behind
Chorus: When you've wandered from home and you're all alone, and you long for a heart fond and true
Music by: Duryea, Jeanette.
Words by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: While Miami dreams.
First Line: In dreams I see each candle light flickering out one by one
Chorus: For the cabin door is never locked the Miami dreams
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Egan, Raymond B.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Who cares?
First Line: Everybody has got somebody to tell their troubles to a sympathetic pal or a true blue regular gal
Chorus: Who cares if my heart is aching? At times when it is breaking who cares?
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bernstein Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Whoa, Tillie, take your time!
First Line: Tillie Brown was a dancing fool spent her time in a dancing school
Chorus: Whoa, Tillie, take your time! Whoa, Tillie, take your time!
Music by: Layton, and Creamer.
Words by: Layton, and Creamer.
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Wishing all the time.
First Line: I've heard many wishes made by many friends
Chorus: I'm always wishing on days when I feel blue I wish an angel will make that wish come true
Music by: Berardi, V.
Words by: Coccia, L. R.
P/P/D: New York : Berardi-Coccia Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: The world is a beautiful song.
First Line: The book of life is filled with wondrous pages, with stories written in the sands of time
Chorus: The world is just a beautiful song that God created for you
Music by: Vane, Sybil, and Louis Breau.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Belwin, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You can have him, I don't want him, didn't love him anyhow blues.
First Line: I've had my troubles same as you; I had a sweetie thought him true
Chorus: You can have him, I don't want him, 'cause I didn't love him anyhow
Music by: Dougherty, Dan.
Words by: Tracey, William.
P/P/D: New York : Goodman & Rose Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You gave me your heart.
First Line: Night the moon is beaming bright, and in all sivler light, comes a toreador to his sweet senorita
Chorus: Love I'm waiting here in the moonlight, love you're ever in the moonlight
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Smith, Harry B., and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You got ev'ry thing a sweet mama needs but me.
First Line: Anna Bell from New Rochelle sweet n' pretty thing was she
Chorus: You got evrything a sweet mama needs but me
Music by: Fowler, Lemuel.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You have a home somewhere.
First Line: I know someone, you does to, they can jazz dance so can you
Chorus: Oh! you sure had a home somewhere I mean a real home somewhere
Music by: Thomas, Geo. W.
Words by: Jahncke, Billy.
P/P/D: Chicago : Geo. W. Thomas, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You know you belong to somebody else (So why don't you leave me alone).
First Line: There's no use to speak any love words to me, there's no use to take any vow
Chorus: You know you belong to somebody else, so why don't you leave me alone
Music by: Monaco, James V., and John Siras.
Words by: West, Eugene.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You tell her I S-T-U-T-T-E-R.
First Line: Bill McCloskey was a husky healthy handsome lad
Chorus: You, you, you, you, you, tell her 'cause I, I, I, I, I, I stutter and o, o, o, o, always get in dutch
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: You'll be lonely too.
First Line: I feel so melancholy I don't know what to do
Chorus: Lonely, lonely my heart is crying for you only
Music by: Schenck, Joe, and Gus Van.
Words by: Schenck, Joe, and Gus Van.
P/P/D: New York : B. A. Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1920-1922
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Title: Ach! Louie!
First Line: Louie Klein, played so fine, his clarinet, Louie Klein, had his mind on Miss Georgette
Chorus: Louie, Louie, come sit on the sofa, Louie, Louie, but first you must go for your little clarinet
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Ain't you ashamed.
First Line: Little Willie Jones was a Peck's bad boy, always up to some new prank
Chorus: Last night you kissed him ain't you ashamed
Music by: Simons, Seymour.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D., and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Always looking for a little sunshine.
First Line: Don't expect to find blue skies above you, all the time and all the journey through
Chorus:
Music by: Hearst, Joe.
Words by: Anderson, John.
P/P/D: Winnipeg, Canada : Hearst Music Publishers, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Andy Gump.
First Line: I've been reading over who is who in history,Washington and Lee, all are great to me
Chorus: Andy Gump, the well known chinless wonder
Music by: Dixon, Harold, and George Mence.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago, St. Louis, New York : Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Baby, won't you please come home.
First Line: I've got the blues, I feel so lonely, I'd give the world if I could only make you understand
Chorus:
Music by: Warfield, Chas., and Clarence Williams.
Words by: Warfield, Chas., and Clarence Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Black man be on yo' way.
First Line: Look here Mister Blacker than me, lemme get dis off my chest, we must part dat's plain to me
Chorus:
Music by: Williams, Spencer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Spencer Williams Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Blue Hoosier Blues.
First Line: Indiana, I miss you, you're the Hoosier state that's true
Chorus: I've got those blue Hoosier blues; there's just one place that I choose
Music by: Friend, Cliff, Abel Baer, and Jack Meskill.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, Abel Baer, and Jack Meskill.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Chief Hokum.
First Line: Way out West many moons ago lived an Indian Chief named Hokum Chief Hokum
Chorus: Chief Hokum, Chief Hokum he always fooled 'em when he ruled 'em
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Kershaw, Geo. A., and Harry Von Tilzer.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Come let us dance the waltz of love.
First Line: Just a night in June 'neath a magic moon the song of our love fills the air
Chorus: Come, come let us dance the waltz of love
Music by: Armstron, Tom, and Hal Dyson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Cotton belt blues.
First Line: Look at me, look at me, and you'll see a gal, with a heart bowed down with woe
Chorus: Dat man has left me in an awful hole
Music by: Williams, Spencer.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Spencer Williams Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: The country boy's blues.
First Line: I was born in the country 'way back in the country
Chorus:
Music by: Hillman, Chas. W.
Words by: Hillman, Chas. W.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hillman Bros., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Dinah from Carolina (you're a wonderful, wonderful girl).
First Line: I had a sweetheart in Tennessee, 'nother one in Alabam sweet Virginia
Chorus: Oh Dinah, from Carolina, you're a wonderful, wonderful girl
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Dixon, Harold.
P/P/D: St Louis, Mo : Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Don't waste your tears over me.
First Line: I realize that I've lost you, our little romance is through
Chorus: Don't waste your tears over me little girl, your eyes were not made to cry
Music by: Stasny, A. J.
Words by: Stasny, A. J.
P/P/D: New York : A. J. Stasny Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Dream boat.
First Line: Shadows are falling love, birds are calling, murmuring breeze whispers low
Chorus: Come sail away in my dream boat, far from the world we must go
Music by: Wallance, Mildred White.
Words by: Wallance, Mildred White.
P/P/D: St. Louis, Mo. Chicago, Ill : Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Every step brings me closer to my lovin' honey lamb.
First Line: Going home, going home, walking back to my honey
Chorus: Every step, every step seems to bring me closer to my lovin' honey lamb
Music by: Nelson, Bob, Henry Creamer, and Lew Pollack.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Good-bye but not forever.
First Line: I know my love will follow you wherever you may be
Chorus:
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Graff Jr. Geo.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Gulf coast blues.
First Line: I've been blue all day, my man's gone away
Chorus:
Music by: Williams, Clarence.
Words by: Williams, Clarence.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Happy.
First Line: The skies were gray, both night and day, for me the sun was never shining
Chorus: Happy when I met you, glad I can't forget you
Music by: Kelly, Margie.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Happy and go-lucky in my old Kentucky home.
First Line: I used to have the blues, but now they've gone away
Chorus: I'll be happy and go-lucky in my old Kentucky with the old folks way back home
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Hi lee, hi lo.
First Line: Into China far away, came a little German band one day
Chorus: Hi lee, hi lo, hi lee, hi lo
Music by: Schuster, Ira.
Words by: West, Eugene.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Home town blues.
First Line: I never realized until today how foolish I had been to roam away
Chorus: Because its no use talkin' I've got those home town blues
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Ringle, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Horsey keep your tail up keep the sun out of my eyes.
First Line: Reuben is so silly, he will never wear a hat
Chorus: Oh horsey, keep your tail up
Music by: Hirsch, Walter, Kaplan.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark, & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I ain't never had nobody crazy over me.
First Line: I never roam, I stay at home, I never had a pal
Chorus: I ain't never had nobody crazy over me, (I'm lonesome)
Music by: Durante, Jimmy, Johnny Stein, and Jack Roth.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: I can't find a name sweet enough for you.
First Line: Ever since you came dear, I've hunted trying, vainly sighing
Chorus: I can't find a name that is sweet enough for you
Music by: Snyder, Jack.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Snyder Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: I cry myself to sleep over you.
First Line: Nights are long and life's all wrong since you went away
Chorus: Ev'ry night I cry myself to sleep over you, weep over you, gee, but I'm blue
Music by: Johnson, Howard, Leo Wood, and Irving Bibo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'd rather fox trot than waltz.
First Line: I long for, I'm strong for dancing, you know it, I show it prancing
Chorus: I'd rather fox trot any old time, waltzing is fine, dear but not for mine
Music by: Motzan, Otto, and Pete Wendling.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : B. A. Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: If I can take you from somebody else.
First Line: You are tired of someone, you say and you offer your love to me
Chorus: If I can take you from somebody else, some body could take you from me
Music by: Mahoney, Jack.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : B. A. Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: If I knew you then as I know you now.
First Line: It's all over now and you've broken my heart I know now that you didn't care
Chorus: If I knew you then as I know you now, how diff'rent things would be
Music by: Brown, Lew, Billy Joyce, and James F. Hanley.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: If love were all.
First Line: When first your eyes looked into mine in my heart there was ecstasy
Chorus: If love were all, oh, if love were all, I'd be forever by your side
Music by: Axt, William.
Words by: Wells, Martha Lois.
P/P/D: New York : Richmond-Robbins, Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: If you don't, I know who will.
First Line: Daddy I want some furs and things, Daddy I want some diamond rings
Chorus: If you don't I know who will, if you don't I know who will
Music by: Williams, Clarence, Chris Smith, and Tim Brymn.
Words by: Williams, Clarence, Chris Smith, and Tim Brymn.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: If you're sorry.
First Line: Hon and Dearie quarreled, just as lovers oft' will do
Chorus: If you're sorry, really sorry, I'll be glad to come back to you
Music by: Pietsch, Charles F.
Words by: Pietsch, Charles F.
P/P/D: White Plains, New York : Thurston-Hoffman Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: I'll change your clouds to sunbeams.
First Line: When you're sad I'm just as sad as you when you're smiling I feel happy too
Chorus: I'll change your clouds to sunbeams your tears to laughter gay
Music by: Long, John P.
Words by: Long, John P.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: I'm going to make you love me.
First Line: When I'm wanting anything I usually get it, and I've always wanted you
Chorus: I'm going to make you love me, whether you want to, or no
Music by: Gifford, Harry, and John P. Long.
Words by: Gifford, Harry, and John P. Long.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: I'm sitting pretty in a pretty little city.
First Line: There's no place like home, you never learn that till you roam
Chorus: I'm sitting pretty in a pretty little city down Georgia way there are no angles near, but it seems like heaven here
Music by: Davis, Lou, Abel Baer, and Henry Santly.
Words by: Davis, Lou, Abel Baer, and Henry Santly.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: I'm somebody nobody loves.
First Line: My life hasn't been so rosy, never had a love affair
Chorus: Somebody nobody loves! They pass me by;
Music by: Davis, Benny, Benton Ley, and Harry Akst.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: In a tent.
First Line: Love and romance is calling to me, from desert lands far over the sea
Chorus: In a tent, while the caravan is resting,
Music by: Koehler, Ted, Magine Frank, and Joe Lyons.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Music Press Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Just for remembrance (bring me a red, red rose).
First Line: Summer departs, and skies are grey, sad are the hearts that once were gay
Chorus: Just for remembrance, bring me a rose, tho' it may wither, its petals close
Music by: Young, Eleanor, and Harry D. Squires.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Kansas city man blues.
First Line: Worried in mind, worried in mind, a certain one I left behind
Chorus: Kansas City where I long to be Kansas City where I long to be
Music by: Johnson, Clarence, and Clarence Williams.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Keep your daddy home [at head ot title: If you want to].
First Line: What's the use to worry yourself sick, if your man runs 'round you shouldn't kick
Chorus: If you want to keep your daddy home you can do it with ease get a book and learn how lovin's done make him think the moon's green cheese
Music by: Grainger, Porter, Bob Ricketts, and Ernest Pailsey.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Zipf Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Keep yourself together sweet Papa (Mama's got her eyes on you).
First Line: Miss Alabama Brown, de meanest gal in town, was layin' down de rule
Chorus: Keep yourself together, sweet Papa, Mama's got her eyes on you
Music by: Williams, Spencer.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Spencer Williams Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Little boy.
First Line: Fools we are to wander away most of us regret it someday
Chorus: Little boy, little boy, won't you come back to mother's knee
Music by: Fazioli, Billy.
Words by: Klages, Raymond.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: The little wooden whistle wouldn't whistle.
First Line: Mary had a little wooden whistle. 'Twas a little present from her Dad.
Chorus: But the little wooden whistle wouldn't whistle, wouldn't whistle, wouldn't whistle.
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Curtis, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Louisville Lou the vampin' lady.
First Line: Folks you've heard of scandalous vamp; history is full of love making champs
Chorus: They call the lady Louisville Lou, oh, what that vampin' baby can do!
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Low-down Papa (sweet Mamma's blues).
First Line: Low down Papa came home late last night, natcherly we had an awful fight, and as usual Papa mussed me up, I mean he filled mah cup
Chorus: Low down Papa, treat sweet Mama kind, low down Papa, always on my mind.
Music by: Williams, Spencer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Spencer Williams Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: M. T. pocket blues.
First Line: Lost ma job, lost ma gal, troubles come in a heap.
Chorus: I've got those M. T. pocket blues, the meanest kind, and hard to lose
Music by: Dawson, Eli, Lewis Michelson, and Victor Olivier.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Mad ('cause you treat me this way).
First Line: You ask me why I'm so down hearted, why I am sad and dreary too
Chorus: Mad 'cause you treat me this way, mad at the mean things you say
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Heath, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mean mean Mama (why don't you mean what you say?).
First Line: Mama, I'm as mad as can be, and you'd better listen to me
Chorus: Mean mean Mama, why don't you mean what you say?
Music by: Young, Eleanor, and Harry D. Squires.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Midnight Rose.
First Line: Late one night, lights were bright
Chorus: Midnight Rose, while the lights are gleaming you suppose that your heart is glad
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Michell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mom-ma.
First Line: Johnny Jones was full of the fun, just a little son of a gun
Chorus: Oh! Johnny, Johnny, Oh! Oh! Honey, Honey, Oh! Mom-ma, Mom-ma
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Next Sunday morning (he'll get his where I got mine).
First Line: Ev'ry thing comes to he who waits is the first line of this song
Chorus: Next Sunday morning at half past nine I'll be all dressed up in style, and I'll be wearing a smile
Music by: Birken, Wm. J.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: No, no, Nora!
First Line: In the apartment above me, there is the lovingest pair
Chorus: No, no, Nora, nobody but you, dear, you know Nora, yours truly is true, dear
Music by: Fiorito, Ted, and Ernie Erdman.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: No one loves you any better than your M-A-Double-M-Y.
First Line: Listen all you rolling stones, when you leave your happy homes
Chorus: No one loves you any better than your M-A-Double-M-Y
Music by: Link, Harry.
Words by: Nelson, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Nobody loves me but my mother.
First Line: Little bunch of sadness wouldn't go and play mother asks to know the reason why?
Chorus: Nobody loves me but my mother, I am so lonely, you see
Music by: Russell, William, and Edward Herbert.
Words by: Russell, William, and Edward Herbert.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Oh Daddy! You won't have no Mamma at all.
First Line: Just like a flower I am fading away; the doctor calls to see me most ev'ry day
Chorus: Oh daddy look what you're doing! Oh daddy, you with your fooling, think what you're losing.
Music by: Russell, Wm., and Ed. Herbert.
Words by: Russell, Wm., and Ed. Herbert.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Oh! sister, ain't that hot!
First Line: Bill Bailey is some struttin' fool you hear ev'rybody say his ears go up just like a mule
Chorus: Oh! sister ain't that hot! Oh! sister ain't that hot
Music by: White, Harry, and Will Donaldson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Original Charleston Strut.
First Line: South Carolina there's a kind o' Carolina dance that they do
Chorus: First start to patting with a pat and pat, then start to digging in the ground, with your toes
Music by: Morris, Thomas, William Russell, and Clarence Williams.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Out where the blue begins.
First Line: There's a land of dreams where the sunshines streams
Chorus: Where the skies are blue and you know it, as the birds go wheeling by
Music by: Grant, F. Bernard.
Words by: Graff Jr., George, and James Francis McHugh.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Outside of that he's alright with me.
First Line: I've got the meanest man in the land but his love is that stickin' brand
Chorus: Outside of that he's just as alright with me, outside of that he's just as sweet as can be
Music by: Trent, J. H., and Clarence Williams.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Pinin' just for you.
First Line: I'm just a pinin' since you went away, wishin' and wandrin' through the lonesome day
Chorus: Pinin' for you, blue as can be, memories come one by one like waves of the sea
Music by: Adams, Spencer G.
Words by: Royce, James Stanley.
P/P/D: Williamsport, Pa : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Poor Relation Blues.
First Line: There are a hundred kinds of blues, and they all come in diff'rent hues
Chorus: I've got the poor relation blues, and they're very hard to lose
Music by: Mahoney, Jack.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : B. A. Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: School time.
First Line: Come steal away on my ship, let's take a wonderful trip
Chorus: School time sweet golden rule time when we would hop and skip, and jump, and play together in sunny weather school time
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Curtis, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Sheba.
First Line: 'Neath Eastern Skies where temples rise
Chorus: Sheba, Queen of all, Sheba, hear my call
Music by: Nicholls, Horatio.
Words by: David, Worton.
P/P/D: London : Lawrence Wright Music Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Sittin' on the curb-stone blues.
First Line: I guess you wonder why I'm sighin' I guess you wonder why I'm blue
Chorus: I've got the starved out moved out sittin' on the curb-stone blues
Music by: Clark, Jimmy.
Words by: Calvin, Lester, and Bob Schafer.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Slow Joe.
First Line: You've heard of Dapper Dan and Lovin' Sam men of worldly fame
Chorus: Slow Joe the slowest man a livin' Slow Joe could never be forgiven, the girls all tried to love him in vain he made a turtle look like a passenger train
Music by: Harrison, Charlie, and Fred Rose.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Stavin' Change (the meanest man in New Orleans).
First Line: I'm gonna tell you 'bout a bad man, down in New Orleans, now you can rave about your Jessie James, but this man sure was mean
Chorus: Stavin' Change, the good Lord knows he was bad, Stavin' Change, he made the sweet mammas glad
Music by: Bernard, Al.
Words by:
P/P/D: B'way, New York : Joe Morris Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Steal a little kiss (while dancing).
First Line: If you're lonesome, and you're just pining your heart away
Chorus: Steal a little kiss while dancing then you won't regret, you've a heart to let
Music by: Sutton, Ernest.
Words by: Little, George A.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Steamboat Sal.
First Line: See that great big steamboat coming down the Mississippi
Chorus: Steamboat Sal she's a sentimental sort of gal
Music by: Fisher, Fred, Willie Raskin, and Bob Causer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Sweet Eileen.
First Line: There's a sweet little girl from the Emerald Isle, her name is Eileen O' Hare
Chorus: Sweet Eileen you're naughty, naughty colleen
Music by: Pietsch, Charles F.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Thurston-Hoffman Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Sweet Henry (the pride of Tennessee).
First Line: Henry Lee from Tennessee was all that a good man ought to be
Chorus: Sweet Henry, neat Henry, some Romeo say!
Music by: Akst, Harry.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Tell me with smiles.
First Line: Ev'ry time I look into your eyes of blue I can't understand a thing they say,
Chorus: If you're thinking of me, if you really love me tell me with smiles
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Walter Hirsch.
Words by:
P/P/D: Broadway, New York : Richmond-Robins Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Ten thousand years from now.
First Line: They still believe, in old Japan, should lovers live their earthly span
Chorus: Ten thousand years seem a long, long time, to wait for a dream to come true
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, Keirn J.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: That old gang of mine.
First Line: I've got a longin' way down in my heart for that old gang that has drifted apart
Chorus: Gee but I'd give the world to see that old gang of mine I can't forget that old quartet that sang "Sweet Adeline"
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Mort Dixon.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: That red head gal.
First Line: What do you think of me, I've got an invitation,
Chorus: That red head gal she's got me worried, that red head gal makes me feel blue
Music by: Van & Schenck, and Henry Lodge.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Tired o' the blues (mournful mamma's wail).
First Line: Weary blues have found me gathered all around me ever since you went away
Chorus: I'm tired of the blues, so tired o' the blues
Music by: Williams, Spencer.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Spencer Williams Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Triflin' blues (Daddy don't you trifle on me).
First Line: Miss Miranda Jackson had a lovin' man that the ladies all would rave about
Chorus: Daddy don't you trifle on me while you're down in Tennessee
Music by: Grainger, Porter, and Bob Ricketts.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Zipf Music Pub. Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Twelve o'clock at night.
First Line: I love the daytime, and there's a good reason why; when I have plenty to do, I have no time to be blue
Chorus: Twelve o'clock at night, I'm heavy hearted, twelve o'clock at night, when friends have parted
Music by: Handman, Lou.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Herman Ruby.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Uriah!
First Line: Uriah's pet hobby was courting; thought it sporting
Chorus: Uriah! Uriah! we know what a lovely lover you are, but here's one thing I advise
Music by: Leigh, Fred W., and John P. Long.
Words by: Leigh, Fred W., and John P. Long.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: Waltz me (to sleep in your arms).
First Line: Dancing were they boy and girl, both feeling gay, hearts a whirl
Chorus: Waltz me, waltz me, waltz me to sleep in your arms
Music by: Stasny, A. J.
Words by: Stasny, A. J.
P/P/D: New York : A. J. Stasny Music Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: West Indies blues.
First Line: Got my grip and trunk all packed, steamship I'm gwine to take her
Chorus: Gwine home won't be long gwine home sure's you born, I'm gwine home
Music by: Dowell, Edgar, Spencer Williams, and Clarence Williams.
Words by: Platzman, Eugene.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: When will the sun shine for me?
First Line: Roses always welcome sunshine when a long, long rain it thru
Chorus: When will the sun shine for me? My life's a blunder, oft times I wonder when will the clouds say adieu
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you walked out someone else walked right in.
First Line: My Honey do you remember 'twas a December day, I said that you would repent the day that you went away
Chorus: When you walked out someone else walked right in someone with good news stepped right in your shoes
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: You better keep babying baby (or baby's gonna bye-bye you).
First Line: Daddy dear, listen here, while I speak my mind
Chorus: You better keep babying baby or baby's gonna bye-bye you
Music by: Stanley, Jack.
Words by: Tracey, William.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: You can take me away from Dixie (but you can't take Dixie from me).
First Line: Smartest men now and then sometimes make mistakes, I've made a might big one that's why my heart aches
Chorus: You can take me away from Dixie but you can't Dixie from me
Music by: Rose, Fred.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: Canada : Hearst Music Publishers of Canada, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: You said something when you said "Dixie."
First Line: This morning I was feeling great while waiting at the station gate
Chorus: You said something, when you said Dixie it's like heaven to me
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Claire, Sidney, and Sam Landres.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: You taught me how to love you (so please don't leave me now).
First Line: Our little dream is over, our sweet romance is through
Chorus: You taught me how to love you so please don't leave me now
Music by: Herscher, Lou, Joe Burke, and Jack Girard.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: You wanted someone to play with (I wanted someone to love).
First Line: Someday you're gonna worry, oh! how you'll worry
Chorus: For you wanted someone to play with, I wanted someone to love when my heart was breaking, you were just faking making believe you were true
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
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Title: And the band played on.
First Line: Swaying, swaying 'round the hall, watching couples glide
Chorus: He had a smile on his face, and the band played on
Music by: Fisher, Fred, and Willie Raskin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: At the weeping widows' ball.
First Line: I have a date, at half past eight and it is to a mighty swell affair
Chorus: I'll hug a widow, kiss a widow at that widows' ball.
Music by: Newton, Irving.
Words by: Newton, Irving.
P/P/D: Chicago : Irving Newton, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Back where the daffodils grow.
First Line: Somebody feels lonesome, somebody feels sad, somebody is melancholy somebody feels bad
Chorus: I won't be happy till I'm back where the daffodils grow, there's a cozy little shack over on the hill, back where the daffodils grow
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Blue bird blues.
First Line: Went a steppin' a week or two ago, down in the Blue Bird cabaret
Chorus: And I started dancin'; now I've got the Blue Bird Blues
Music by: Hall, Wendell, and Harry Geise.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Charley my boy!
First Line: Charley is an ordinary fellow to most ev'ryone but Flo his Flo
Chorus: Charley my boy, oh, Charley, my boy you thrill me, you chill me, with shivers of joy
Music by: Fiorito, Ted.
Words by: Kahn.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Does the spearmint lose its flavor on the bedpost over night?
First Line: Oh! me, oh! my, oh! you! I don't know what to do
Chorus: Does the spearmint lose its flavor on the bedpost overnight? If you chew it in the morning will it get too hard to bite?
Music by: Breuer, Ernest.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Marty Bloom.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Down where the south begins.
First Line: Why do we always long to stray, further and further away?
Chorus: It's the end of roamin', I'm home sweet homin'
Music by: Robinson, Russel.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Ev'rything you do.
First Line: I can't believe a word I hear you say, because it's plain to me as plain as day
Chorus: Anyone can tell that you're in love by ev'rything you do, I can see there's one you're thinking of in ev'rything you do
Music by: Olman, Abe.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Go 'long, mule.
First Line: I've got a mule, he's such a fool
Chorus: Go 'long mule, don't you roll dem eyes, you can change a fool but a daw gone mule is a mule until he dies
Music by: Creamer, Henry, and Robert King.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Heart broken strain.
First Line: One day I happened to go, into an old master's studio
Chorus: I'm just a heart broken strain I can't explain
Music by: Baskette, Billy, and Billy Waldron.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I don't know why.
First Line: I'm blue and weary too, don't know why maybe it's only me, still I sigh i
Chorus: I don't know why nobody loves me, I don't know why nobody cares
Music by: Coakley, Jack.
Words by: Galvin, Frank.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I wonder what's become of Sally?
First Line: Old time pals and old time gals, where are your smiles today?
Chorus: I wonder what's become of Sally, that old gal of mine?
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'd give ev'ry rose on Broadway (for that little Rose back home).
First Line: My story goes, about a Rose
Chorus: I'd give ev'ry rose on Broadway, for that little Rose back home. Broadway's just a devil's garden, where a Rose has no soul of its own.
Music by: Fisher, Fred, and Sidney Holden.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: In the shade of her parasol.
First Line: Ella had a little umbrella, she carried it where ever she would go.
Chorus: And as they sat in the shade of her parasol, 'neath her parasol no one could see.
Music by: White, Harry, and Will Donaldson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Just one more night in your arms.
First Line: And to think you'd ever leave me, simply leave me, that I never knew.
Chorus: Just one more night in your arms just one more night alone
Music by: Timberg, Samuel.
Words by: Fisher, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Keep on strutting along.
First Line: Don't feel blue there's good times to come and surely you'll get your share
Chorus: Just keep on struttin' along while your are singing a song
Music by: Medina, Mamie' Dowell, Edgar.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Kid days.
First Line: When I was a wee little bit of a kid, Umteidilty, Umteay, Oh! the comical things I did, kids who would holler, tra la, tra la, la, la; I was king of the sassy kids
Chorus: Kid days, kid days, that have gone for aye, oh! for the days of childhood, over the fields and wildwood
Music by: Cohan, Geo. M.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lazy.
First Line: I see a puppy upon a summer's day a puppy dog at play
Chorus: Lazy I want to be lazy I long to be out in the sun with no work to be done
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lookin' out the window--wearin' out the carpet.
First Line: I didn't think you'd do it but you went away the other day
Chorus: Lookin' out the window, wearin' out the carpet, watchin' and waitin' for you.
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mama's gone, good bye.
First Line: I've been itching mighty long to sing to you this little song
Chorus: Fare thee well mama's gone, good-bye no use to cry no use to sigh
Music by: Bocage, Peter, and A. J. Piron.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Williams Music Pub. Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Maybe (she'll write me she'll phone me).
First Line: I've got trouble, oh! what trouble, something happened to me, came home one day and I found, my sweet one wasn't a round
Chorus: Maybe she'll write me, maybe she'll phone me, maybe she'll radio
Music by: Turk, Roy, Ted Snyder, and Fred E. Ahlert.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Monavanna.
First Line: East Where parrots scream and poppies bloom. East where Arabs dream and tigers spoon
Chorus: Oh! Monavanna mine, I swear by stars that shine
Music by: Fisher, Fed.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My gal don't love me any more.
First Line: I met a lovesick fellow, with a sad look in his eye, I
Chorus: Oh! my gal don't love me any more
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Russell, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Oh! Sarah! Won't you please pull down that shade?
First Line: Right across the way from me there lives a girlie sweet.
Chorus: Oh! Sarah! oh! Sarah! Won't you please pull down that shade
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Old Virginia moon.
First Line: I have seen the moon a stealing o'er the hills that line the west
Chorus: How I miss you Old Virginia moon Old Virginia moon so dreamy
Music by: Crawford, Jesse.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Pleasure Mad.
First Line: I may die young, I may die old, there's something certain to be told
Chorus: Just pleasure mad must have my fun
Music by: Bechet, Sidney, and Rousseau Simmons.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Promise me everything, never get anything blues.
First Line: Liza Lee said to Jackson Lee, we've been married many years all I got since we tied the knot, was a lot of trouble and tears
Chorus: I've got the promise me everything, never get anything blues, I've got those I'm comin' home at eight, always six hours late, blues
Music by: Nelson, Pease, Schenck, and Van.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : A. J. Stasny Music Co. Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Ray and his little Chevrolet.
First Line: Ray was just an ordinary fellow, couldn't get a girlie though he tried and tried
Chorus: Ray and his little Chevrolet you could see him ev'ryday
Music by: Grossman, Bernie, Jack Stanley, and Billy Baskette.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Savannah (the Georgianna blues).
First Line: It's the danciest tune, it's a crazy craze that's going around
Chorus: Savannah Savannah Savannah you shake in your shoes
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: They were singing an old-fashioned song.
First Line: Camp fires were gleaming, sun sinking low, over the golden West
Chorus: They were singing an old fashion'd song and it brought back a fond memory
Music by: Bryant, Ed. E., Hubert W. David, and Milton Young.
Words by:
P/P/D: London : Lawrence Wright Music Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: A voice with a smile.
First Line: When hearts are meant for mating, true love should alwasy be near. You went away, but still I am waiting while in my dreams you appear
Chorus: A voice with a smile seems to call me calling through sadness and tears
Music by: Hoff, Fred R.
Words by: Breau-Tobias.
P/P/D: New York : Breau & Tobias, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: What does the pussy cat mean when she says "Me-ow?"
First Line: I went to school and then I went to college
Chorus: What does the pussy cat mean when she says "Meow?"
Music by: Pease, Harry, N. T. Granlund, and Ed. G. Nelson.
Words by: Pease, Harry, N. T. Granlund, and Ed. G. Nelson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When the shadows fall.
First Line: When the shadows fall, I can hear you call
Chorus:
Music by: Dolin, Max.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Franisco : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Words of love (palabras de amor).
First Line: The sun shines bright above, and all the world's in love;
Chorus: I care for no one dear, but you; I swear, by all the skies so blue
Music by: Henkel, Roberto.
Words by: Kay, A. Baldwin.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

____________________ 1925____________________

Title: After tea save a waltz for me.
First Line: Underneath Palmetto trees in a balmy Southern breeze
Chorus:
Music by: Brymn, Tim, Chris Smith, and Clarence Williams.
Words by: Brymn, Tim, Chris Smith, and Clarence Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Kentucky's way of sayin' good morning.
First Line: I like the folks who say "Hello" in such a way they let you know t
Chorus: "Good Mornin'" the bees are hummin' "Mornin'" a new day comin'
Music by: Kahn, Gus, and Egbert Van Alstyne.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Melancholy Lou.
First Line: Melancholy Lou you know you're learning you know what it means to feel blue
Chorus: Melancholy Lou you are oh, so blue come to me for sympathy how your heart must ache
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Hibbeler, Ray.
P/P/D: S.I. : Garrick Music Sales, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My own Venetian rose.
First Line: Way down in an old Venetian town I have a sweetheart a waiting me
Chorus: Oh! my sweet Venetian rose, how I want you, no one knows
Music by: Piantadosi, Al., Jack Glogau, and Joe Mc Carthy.
Words by: Piantadosi, Al., Jack Glogau, and Joe Mc Carthy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Show me the way to go home.
First Line: When I'm happy, when I'm happy, singing all the while, I don't need nobody then to show me how to smile.
Chorus: Show me the way to go home, I'm tired and I want to go to bed
Music by: King, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Campbell Connelly & Co, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: She was just a sailor's sweetheart.
First Line: It was on a Tuesday ev'ning at the home of Madge Malone,
Chorus: She was just a sailors sweetheart, and she loved her sailor lad
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That saxophone waltz.
First Line: After the toils of a dreary day, after the seting sun, the moon and the stars all come out and say, "Night time has just begun"
Chorus: Lovers sing and the dancers swing to that tune the saxophones play ev'ryone is drifting on to the land where love has its way, in my arms I want you to stay, to that melody we will sway
Music by: Mingo, Jules, and Berry J. Sisk.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Berry J. Sisk Music Co, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: That saxophone waltz.
First Line: After the toils of a dreary day after the setting sun, the moon and the stars all come out and say, "Night time has just begun"
Chorus: Lovers sing and the dancers swing to that tune the saxophones play eve'ryone is drifting on to the land where love has its way
Music by: Mingo, Jules, and Berry J. Sisk.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Berry J. Sisk Music Co, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

____________________ 1926____________________

Title: Along Miami shore.
First Line: Moonlight is beaming, stars shine above while I am dreaming of one I love
Chorus: Down beside the summer sea along Miami shore
Music by: Hirsch, Walter, and Abe Olman.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Angel eyes.
First Line: Speaking of lucky devils the luckiest one I know fell for an angel with eyes of blue the devil was me and the angel was you
Chorus: Angel eyes you thrill me so angel eyes with love a glow
Music by: Santly, Henry.
Words by: Young, and Lewis.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: As long as we're in love.
First Line: I was lonesome you were lonesome, then we met, you had so much I had so much to forget
Chorus: What diff'rence does it make if it's raining or snowing how things are going, as long as we're in love
Music by: Brown, Lew, and Sidney Clare.
Words by: Brown, Lew, and Sidney Clare.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. Corp, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Blame it on the waltz.
First Line: 'Twas on a silver summer night when all the world was new
Chorus: If you feel my arms caressing blame it on the waltz
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Candy lips (I'm stuck on you).
First Line: I'd like to call you Alice in your little blue gown I'd like to call you Sunshine 'cause you never wear a frown
Chorus: My Candy Lips you sure are lookin' fine my Candy Lips I'm awful glad you're mine
Music by: Jackson, Mike.
Words by: Lauria, Jack.
P/P/D: B'way, New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Delilah.
First Line: Out of the night you came Delilah, into my arms you found your way
Chorus: Oh Delilah follow me, to my tent in the blue orient
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: Broadway, New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Don't be angry with me.
First Line: I made you sigh dear I wonder why dear I know you know I regret
Chorus: Don't be angry angry with me I didn't mean to make you feel so blue I didn't mean to be so mean to you
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Everything is made for love [at head of title: You know I know].
First Line: Tho' you're past your baby days still you've got those baby ways
Chorus: What we got lips for what've we got arms for why do we have stars above
Music by: Johnson, Howard, Charles Tobias, and Al Sherman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York' : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Hello bluebird.
First Line: Hear that Bluebird up in the tree? (hear him) What a song joy he's bringing singing to me
Chorus: All day long I jump and run about you can always hear me shoutin' out hello Bluebird
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Friend, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Hello! Swanee-Hello!
First Line: From my observation car I see towns disappearing
Chorus: Good-bye East, good-bye West, good-bye North, good-bye and all the rest, hello! Swanee, hello!
Music by: Coslow, Sam, and Addy Britt.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: How I love you [at head of title: I'm tellin' the birds - I'm tellin' the bees].
First Line: Thro' fields of golden flowers, where we spent sunny hours, I'm strolling along, thinking of you
Chorus: I'm tellin' the birds, tellin the bees, tellin' the flow'rs, tellin' the trees
Music by: Brown, Lew, and Cliff Friend.
Words by:
P/P/D: Broadway, New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: How'd ya like to meet me in the moonlight? Aw come on let's do.
First Line: Johnny could be found always hanging round at a party or ball
Chorus: Say how'dy a like to meet me in the moonlight on a night like this? How'dy ya like to meet me the moonlight where we two can kiss?
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo.
Words by: Austin, Gene, and Sam Coslow.
P/P/D: New York : Pinkard & Alexander, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Hush-a-bye.
First Line: Ev'ry time I hear a mammy crooning soft and low it reminds me of my childhood days of long ago
Chorus: Hush-a-bye, hush-a-bye, baby come nestle close to my breast
Music by: Spencer, Robert E.
Words by: Galvin, Frank X.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I meet her in the moonlight but she keeps me in the dark.
First Line: Don't know what my sweetie wants 'cause she never tells me what
Chorus: I meet her in the moonlight, but she keeps me in the dark
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred, and Willie Raskin.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I want you to want me to want you.
First Line: Just like the roses stealing, into the May, some sunny day, Love comes to me appealing, that what my heart seems to say
Chorus: In that dear little town in the ould County Down, it will linger way down in my heart, tho' it never was grand, it is my fairyland
Music by: Pascoe, Richard W.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I wish I had my old gal back again.
First Line: We all have pals; we all have gals from whom we drift with the years.
Chorus: I wish I had my old gal back again I miss her more than ever now
Music by: Yellen, Jack, Milton Ager, and Lew Pollack.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'd climb the highest mountain (if I knew I'd find you).
First Line: I don't know where you are, I don't know if you still care
Chorus: I'd climb the highest mountain, if I knew that when I climbed that mountain I'd find you
Music by: Brown, Lew, and Sidney Clare.
Words by: Brown, Lew, and Sidney Clare.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: If I didn't know your husband and you didn't know my wife.
First Line: Two young couples that I know, who always pal around any place they're bound, both of them are found
Chorus: We understand each other we'd live a merry life
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: If I'd only believed in you.
First Line: Gone is the gladness now there is sadness my heart is broken never to mend
Chorus: I would be blue somehow I wouldn't be crying now
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Harry Akst.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: It's a happy old world after all.
First Line: Sun is shining bright, and ev'rythings just right, life is like a sweet sweet song
Chorus: I'm happy, you're happy, they're happy too, it's a happy old world after all
Music by: Malie, Tommie, Jimmy Steiger, and Paul Ash.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Just a little longer.
First Line: Hold me fast for the time has passed and we have to say good-bye
Chorus: Just a little longer let me hold you close to my heart and that little longer I'll re [text missing]
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: B'way, New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lay me down to sleep in Carolina.
First Line: Left my home and began to roam around; now I pine to be Carolina bound.
Chorus: Let me lay me down to sleep in Carolina with a peaceful pillow 'neath my weary head
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lazy river flowing to the southland.
First Line: All alone by a northern stream sat a lonesome lad one day
Chorus: Lazy river flowing to the southland down where I long to be
Music by: Devoll, Cal, Dave Manley, and Dudley Mecum.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Let's forgive and forget (and start over again).
First Line: Too many quarrels then came a day when we had to part
Chorus: Let's forget, let's forgive let us love let us live let us try and start over again
Music by: Freedman, Max C., and Don Traveline.
Words by:
P/P/D: B'way, New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Let's talk about my Sweetie.
First Line: If you love your sweetie I don't blame you no, I don't blame you for I love mine
Chorus: You talk about your sweetie, stop talking 'bout your sweetie, let's talk about my sweetie now
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Little Town in the ould County Down.
First Line: Sure if I had the wings of a swallow, I would travel far over the sea
Chorus: In the dear little town in the ould County Down, it will linger way down in my heart
Music by: Pascoe, Richard W.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Log cabin lullaby.
First Line: Back from the sweet land of rock a bye, now comes an old melody
Chorus: Great big golden moon am softly beamin' close your drowsy eyes, it's time you're dreamin'
Music by: De Voll, Cal.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Love me all the time.
First Line: Time to say adieu, my dear, time for one more kiss.
Chorus: Love me when twilight falls, love me when lovelight calls
Music by: Rose, Ed., Ann Dennis, and Frank Magine.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My little bunch of happiness.
First Line: Cutest little smile happy all the while you're just like a little ray of sunshine
Chorus: Happiness you are my little bunch of happiness I got a little hunch and I believe it's true
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Harry Akst.
Words by:
P/P/D: Neew York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Oh Lizzie a lovers lament.
First Line: Ev'ry night at eight o'clock, I go walking down the block, right to the house of Lizzie Kraus
Chorus: Oh, Lizzie oh, Lizzie, you've got me dizzy, Lizzie, longing for you, what can I do?
Music by: Bibo, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Bibo, Bloeden and Lang, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Round-a-bout way to heaven [at head of title: I found a].
First Line: Just like many others do, I strayed away and started to go roamin', just roamin' all around.
Chorus: I found a round-a-bout way to heaven, heaven, I mean a round-a-bout way back home
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: De Costa, Harry, and Harry Richman.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: She belongs to me.
First Line: Say folks you ought to see, who has been sent to me; that certain someone I've been cravin', cravin'
Chorus: When she walks down the street, she looks so neat and sweet, I holler, "she belongs to me."
Music by: Johnson, Howard, Andy Razaf, and Paul Denniker.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Talking to the moon.
First Line: I'm alone tonight while the moon above is shining,
Chorus: Talking to the moon while I croon that I love you
Music by: Baskette, Billy.
Words by: Little, George A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Tell me to-night.
First Line: Nighttime is the right time for a love affair anywhere will do.
Chorus: Tell me to-night tell me to-night do you really love me?
Music by: Little, Little Jack.
Words by: Connor, Pierre.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That night in Araby.
First Line: Far far away we met one day under a sky of jade
Chorus: I'm dreaming of that night of love with you in Araby. I thrilled with wild delight. A thousand times that night.
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That's why I love you.
First Line: Why do I keep telling why I'm happy? Never sigh and troubles I forget
Chorus: When skies were gray you came my way, that's why I love you that's why I love you
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: There's a little white house (where the red, red, roses grow).
First Line: Home, home, what a magic word, when a fellow is lonely and blue
Chorus: Little white house on a little green hill, where the red, red roses grow
Music by: Rose, Billy, and Harry Akst.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Thinking of you [at head of title: I've grown so lonesome].
First Line: I often wonder when we said "Good-bye" why we said "Good-bye" when sunshine was nigh?
Chorus: I've grown so lonesome, thinking of you, thinking of you
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Two ton Tessie.
First Line: Down in Nashville, Tennessee, there's a sight you oughta see
Chorus: They call her Two Ton Tessie from Tennessee, holds ten sweeties up on her knee
Music by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you're in love.
First Line: Joy is the blessing that chases all care and troubles and sorrows away
Chorus: When you're in love, madly in love, you're in a world for two, you're building castles in the air, silv'ry castles ev'rywhere
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Walter Blaufuss.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter, Blaufuss.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Why should we marry? (when we can be such good friends).
First Line: She was a simply country maiden until one day a villain came her way.
Chorus: Why should we marry when we can be such good friends Why should we marry, that when the party ends
Music by: Rose, Billy, and Fred Fisher.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Fred Fisher.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Waterson, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Will you be true?
First Line: You are so wonderful my dear someone may steal your love I fear
Chorus: Will you be true to me if I'll be true to you will you be true
Music by: Nelson, Ed. G., and Lester Morris.
Words by: Pease, Harry.
P/P/D: S.I. : Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Within the prison of my dreams.
First Line: I am in despair, no one seems to care, clouds are hiding all my skies of blue
Chorus: Within the prison of my dreams I dream of you in vain
Music by: Crawford, Jesse.
Words by: Crawford, Jesse.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You for me, me for you from now on.
First Line: Ev'rybody's got somebody but nobody till we met seemed to me the kinda body I would like to love and pet
Chorus: You for me me for you from today that's the way it will be
Music by: Mack, Cecil, and James P. Johnson.
Words by:
P/P/D: B'way, New York : Clarence Williams Music Publishing Co, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

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Title: After I see the Sandman.
First Line: When the whole wide world has gone to rest, that's the time sweetheart that I love the best
Chorus: Who do I see, smiling at me, after I see the Sandman
Music by: Malie, Tommie, Charley Newman, and Arthur Sizemore.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Ain't that a grand and glorious feeling?
First Line: Is there anyone present who was ever in love? If so, you know how I'm feeling right now
Chorus: When there's somebody who you can cuddle up to, ain't that a grand and glorious feeling? When you're hugging her there in that cozy old chair ain't that a grand and glorious feeling?
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Among my souvenirs.
First Line: Your eyes once told me a story I built my castles on air
Chorus: There's nothing left for me, of days that used to be
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, and Horatio Nocholls.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Are you happy?
First Line: Life is a search for happiness, and some of us look all in vain
Chorus: Are you happy without me near? Are you smiling to hide a tear?
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Are you lonesome to-night?
First Line: Tonight I'm down hearted for tho' we have parted, I love you, and I always will.
Chorus: Are you lonesome tonight? Do you miss me tonight? Are you sorry we drifted apart?
Music by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
Words by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Are you thinking of me tonight?
First Line: Feeling so bluet tonight, longing for you tonight
Chorus: Are you thinking of me tonight? Tho' we've drifted apart, Am I still in your heart?
Music by: Davis, Benny, Harry Akst, and L. Wolfe Gilbert.
Words by: Davis, Benny, Harry Akst, and L. Wolfe Gilbert.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: At sundown (love is calling me home).
First Line: Sunbeams are gently fading slowly fading
Chorus: Ev'ry little breeze is sighing of love undying at sundown
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Back where the daisies grow.
First Line: Paradise they say is oh! so far away, I never thought I'd find it down on the farm
Chorus: It's no wonder that the birdies sing, I ain't no birdie but I can't help singing, back where the daisies grow
Music by: Elbel, Don and Bob.
Words by: Little, Geo. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Beneath Venetian skies (at twilight).
First Line: Oh darling how I miss you when the twilight falls it seems to bring back moments filled with bliss
Chorus: Beneath Venetian skies at twilight a pair of loving eyes were my light
Music by: Rose, Vincent.
Words by: Lewis, Young and.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Cheerie-beerie-be (from sunny Italy).
First Line: Bright was the day that I sailed away, Cheerie-Beerie-Beerie-Be, somebody sang to me in sunny Italy
Chorus: Cheerie-Beerie-Be, love is calling me with a melody from sunny Italy
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Young, and Lewis and.
P/P/D: Leo Feist Inc : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Clementine (from New Orleans).
First Line: Say! look up the stret Look up the street right now Hey! Look at her feet Isn't she neat and how
Chorus: Here comes Miss Clementine that baby from New Orleans
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Creamer, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. Cor, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Collette.
First Line: Oh, Collette our eyes have met, our life not yet
Chorus:
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Countin' the days.
First Line: Nobody home, and nobody cares, nobody but me, I'm all alone and nobody cares, nobody but me
Chorus: Watchin' the clock goin' tick-tock countin' the days
Music by: Samuels, Milton.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Crazy words-crazy tune (vo-do-de-o).
First Line: There's a guy I'd like to kill; if he doesn't stop I will.
Chorus: Crazy words, crazy tune; all that you'll ever hear him croon Vo-do-de-o
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: C'est vous (say voo).
First Line: I had searched for my ideal, but it was all in vain
Chorus: C'est vous, c'est vous, that means, it's you, just you.
Music by: Greenberg, Abner, Abner Silver, and Harry Richman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Dawn of to-morrow.
First Line: Sunset and shadows are falling, daylight fades away.
Chorus: Dawn of tomorrow, take ev'ry sorrow, bring back the sunshine, I long to see.
Music by: Green, Joe.
Words by: Gravelle, Jeanne.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Did you mean it?
First Line: There we were, all alone just you and I there we were with our cares thrown to the sky
Chorus: Did you mean it when you said "I love you?"
Music by: Baker, Phil, Sid Silvers, and Abe Lyman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Inc. Cor, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Every evening.
First Line: I'm always happy in the daytime, my making hay time is occupied
Chorus: Ev'ry evening I miss you, ev'ry evening I'm blue
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Everywhere you go.
First Line: Cheeks like the roses, teeth like the pearl, eyes with the heaven's blue
Chorus: Ev'rywhere you go, sunshine follows you
Music by: Shay, Larry, Joe Goodwin, and Mark Fisher.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Flutter by, butterfly.
First Line: You've been flitting 'round from bower to bow'r every hour, and sipping honey from each flower you find
Chorus: Flutter by, butterfly, spread your wings and fly away
Music by: Layton, Phil, and Jack Stanley.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: From my cottage window.
First Line: There's no place like home but to be all alone in my cottage as eve'ning falls
Chorus: From my cottage window humming a lonesome tune to the lonesome moon
Music by: Tollinger, Ned, and John Wolfe.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Girl of my dreams.
First Line: Dear, it seems years since we parted, years full of tears and regret
Chorus: Girl of my dreams I love, honest I do, you are so sweet
Music by: Clapp, Sunny.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Go home and tell your mother (that I love you).
First Line: I'm the luckiest fellow 'cause I met you, and you met me, I'm the happiest fellow most anyone can see
Chorus: Go home and tell your mother, go home and tell your mother, that I love you.
Music by: Baer, Abel, Benne Russell, and Ira Shuster.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Gone again gal.
First Line: No one knows what I'm going through since I fell in love with you
Chorus: Gone again gal gone again gal off again gal on again gal that's you yes you
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Highways are happy ways (when they lead the way to home).
First Line: After days of roaming, like a pigeon homing, I am going home today
Chorus: Highways are happy ways when they lead the way to home
Music by: Shay, Larry.
Words by: Haris, Harry, and Tommie Malie.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Honolulu Moon.
First Line: When day is slowly dying, I am sighing
Chorus: Honolulu Moon, now very soon will come a shining
Music by: Lawrence, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I ain't that kind of a baby.
First Line: Listen here, Billy, dear, said sweet Angel Eyes, you know I'm getting wise to all you parlor guys.
Chorus: You can hold me on your knee, but don't you try to da-da me, 'cause I ain't that kind, I ain't that kind of a baby.
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Kahal, Irving, and Addy Britt.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I always knew I'd find you.
First Line: For years and years in lonesomeness by my own-some-ness
Chorus: I always knew I'd find you, that's why I've waited, dear
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Morse, Dolly.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I just roll along havin' my ups and downs.
First Line: Good-bye, good-bye, good-bye blues
Chorus: So I just roll along, havin' my ups, having my downs, havin' my ups and downs, all day long, when it's a love affair,
Music by: Trent, Jo', and Peter De Rose.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I love my old fashioned man.
First Line: Mister and Missus Green are the happiest pair I've seen
Chorus: He's that big hero type six-foot tall smokes a pipe I love my old fashioned man.
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Kahal, Irving, and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I love no one but you.
First Line: Just like the world's waiting for the sun to rise or the coming spring and the birds to sing
Chorus: I love no one but you and with a love that's true.
Music by: Spitalny, Phil.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I must be dreaming.
First Line: Somehow I just can't get over hearing you declare that you love me as I love you
Chorus: Who am I to think that you would care for me the way you do I must be dreaming
Music by: Dubin, Al, Pat Flaherty, and Al. Sherman.
Words by: Dubin, Al, Pat Flaherty, and Al. Sherman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I scream - you scream - we all scream for ice cream.
First Line: In the land of ice and snows up among the Eskimos there's a college known as Oo-gie-wa-wa
Chorus: I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream rah! rah! rah!
Music by: Johnson, Howard, Billy Moll, and Robert King.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. Cor, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I wonder how the old folks are at home.
First Line: 'Tis not so many years ago, when as a boy I played, amid the scenes so dear to me from morn 'til ev'ning shade
Chorus: I wonder how the old folks are at home; I wonder if they miss me while I roam
Music by: Vandersloot, F. W.
Words by: Lambert, Herbert S.
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
Title: I'd walk a million miles (to be a little bit nearer to you).
First Line: Little bit blue tonight, little bit blue for you
Chorus: I'd walk a million miles if it would take me a little bit nearer nearer to you
Music by: Lewis, Al, and Gerald Marks.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'm gonna settle up (then I'm gonna settle down).
First Line: Foolin' my time away lucky there came a day do you remember? the day I met you
Chorus: I'm gonna settle up then I'm gonna settle down in a little town with you
Music by: Osborne, Nat., and Geo. B. Mc Connell.
Words by: Frisch, Billy, and Nelson Ingham.
P/P/D: Broadway, New York : Empire Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: It was only a sun shower.
First Line: My lonesome clock goes "tick-tick-tock" all thru the day when you're away I'm blue
Chorus: Honey, don't you cry, clouds are rolling by, the rainbow's in the sky it was only a sun show'r
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Kahal, Irving, and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Just another day wasted away (waiting for you).
First Line: Just like yesterday I got up today with so much to be done all I could do was think of you!
Chorus: Just another day wasted away watching and waiting just another day wasted away, filled with gloom
Music by: Tobias, Charles, and Roy Turk.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. Cor, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Keep sweeping the cobwebs off the moon.
First Line: Come on children and gather 'roun' I've got a lot to tell
Chorus: Change all of your gray skies turn them into gay skies and keep sweeping the cobwebs off the moon
Music by: Levant, Oscar.
Words by: Young, and Lewis and.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: La lo la.
First Line: When moonlight nights come and soft southern breezes blow; Deep in my soul mem'ries wake from long ago
Chorus: Land of a thousand dreams that have all come true land of romance that creeps in the heart of you.
Music by: Schertzinger, Victor.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Longing.
First Line: Mem'ries of yesterday, memories fair as the dawn.
Chorus: Longing, longing for you, seems that's all I do.
Music by: Bott, James.
Words by: Steck, Jack, and Ruth Bott.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Publishing Co. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lover's Lane.
First Line: Dreaming, dear, in the fading glow, mem'ry leads back to long ago
Chorus: Lovers' Lane, down in Lovers' Lane, where the birds sang but one refrain
Music by: Roberts, Lee S.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: San Francsico : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Marvelous.
First Line: Folks all say I'm hard to please but I met a little tease
Chorus: Marvelous, Marvelous Marvelous I'm ravin'
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Breen, May Singhi.
P/P/D: New York : Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mary Ann.
First Line: I wake up thinking of you Mary Ann, you're on my mind the live long day
Chorus: Ev'ry star up in the sky, seems to wink as we go by
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Night time in Picardy.
First Line: When shadows fall and the sun is sinking, over Picardy and roses bow to the moon above
Chorus: Night time in Picardy, brings memories of you
Music by: Baskette, Billy, and Theo. Alban.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Nobody cares for me.
First Line: I wandered by a butterfly, that flies along Broadway and tho she tried to wear a smile her eyes just seemed to say:
Chorus: Nobody cares for me no arms hold me tenderly
Music by: Rose, Fred, and Paul Whiteman.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Old fashioned locket.
First Line: Sitting by the fireside where embers faintly glow, a memory comes to me of the long ago
Chorus: It's just an old fashioned locket and a curl, that frames an old fashioned tin-type of a girl
Music by: Wimbrow, Dale, Johnny Marvin, and Tom Ford.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Oriental moonlight.
First Line: There on a wonderful night, 'neath the moon shining bright, first I saw her and my heart stopped beating
Chorus: Oriental moonlight, so brightly shining up above
Music by: Smoley, Marvin, and Bernie Seaman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Positively-absolutely.
First Line: People think there's something wrong with me, 'cause all day long I'm writing poetry
Chorus: Does she love me? Positively! Do I love her? Absolutely! Positively, absoultely, and how
Music by: Coslow, Sam, and Jean Herbert.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Red lips-kiss my blues away.
First Line: I don't worry when the blues come stealing I know how to cure them right away.
Chorus: Red lips kiss my blues away red lips kiss the night to day.
Music by: Bryan, Alfred, James V. Monaco, and Pete Wendling.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sa-Lu-Ta!
First Line: In the ev'ning by the moonlight in the month of June, I was drifting, she was drifting, on a blue lagoon
Chorus:
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: A shady tree.
First Line: I believe that you believe in wishing, when it brings the sweetest things in store
Chorus: A shady tree to shelter me and chase my cares away
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: She don't wanna.
First Line: I'm a nervous wreck! what can you expec', from a fellow with a girlie who will never neck?
Chorus: Oh, I want her to be nice and chummy with me; but she don't wanna!
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Show me that kind of a girl.
First Line: Some people say that girls of today are not all that they ought to be others tell you that this isn't true there's no harm in them they can see you want an opinion from me
Chorus: Show me the kind of a girl who stays out too late ev'ry night show me the girl who will pet do you think that she's doing right she flirts and she smokes she tells snappy jokes
Music by: Kubin, Al., Bobby Heath, and Alex Marr.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sing me a baby song.
First Line: It seems today, was such a long day, just an "Ev'rything goes wrong" day
Chorus: Don't say a word, just hold me tight, cuddle up closer, it's lonesome tonight
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: So blue.
First Line: Outside the bright sun is shining, outside the red roses bloom
Chorus: I knew I'd miss your smile and miss your kisses for a while
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Stay out of the south (if you want to miss a heaven on earth).
First Line: Take a trip! take a trip! go away, tired out? tired out? you need play
Chorus: If you don't like milk and honey, where the skies are always sunny
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Dixon, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Summertime sweethearts (where do they go in the fall?).
First Line: One cold November morning I met a lonesome pal
Chorus: Gee! I'm so lonesome since I'm back in town all by my ownsome just hanging around
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Kahal, Irving, and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Tell your troubles all good-bye.
First Line: We all have our troubles, it's true I have a few you have them too
Chorus: Go and tell yoour troubles all good-bye! Find that silver lining in the sky!
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, Al. Dubin, and Mc Connell Geo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edgar Leslie Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: There ain't no sweet man that's worth the salt of my tears.
First Line: Shakin' like the leaf on a tree, that's coming loose from the stem.
Chorus: I'm like a weeping willow, weeping on my pillow
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: There must be a silver lining (that's shining for me).
First Line: The more I roam about, the more I dream about a rainbow, just hoping that a rainbow might soon appear
Chorus: There must be a silver lining that's shining for me, there must be a way of finding message of sympathy
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Morse, Dolly.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: There's something about a rose (that reminds me of you).
First Line: I love to wander alone in my beautiful garden of dreams
Chorus: There's something about a rose that reminds me, dear, of you
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Kahal, Irving, and Francis Wheeler.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Twiddlin' my thumbs fiddlin' my time away.
First Line: Why must I grow older by myself? Why must I grow moldy on the shelf?
Chorus: I'm always twiddlin' my thumbs, fiddlin' my time away; twiddlin' my thumbs, even my work is play
Music by: Rose, Fred, and Dudley Mecum.
Words by:
P/P/D: S. I. : Cal De Voll, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Under the moon.
First Line: An owl and a squirrel watched a happy couple spooning 'neath a tree
Chorus: When you hear yoo-oo-oo-oo you'll know I'm waiting for you
Music by: Lyn, Ev. E., Francis Wheeler, and Ted Snyder.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Underneath the weeping willow.
First Line: I'm lonely blue as blue can be if only you'd come back to me
Chorus: Underneath the weeping willow tree is where we parted that summer night when we said good-bye
Music by: Breau, Louis.
Words by: Ford, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: What are you waiting for Mary?
First Line: I spent an hour beneath a bower, the world seemed happy and gay
Chorus:
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When I look at you.
First Line: I can't help staring I can't help sharing your smile sweetest one 'neath the sun
Chorus: I see love lots of love when I look at you
Music by: Jones, Isham, and Cliff Friend.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When the morning glories wake up in the morning (then I'll kiss your two lips good-night).
First Line: Angels eyes, oh! Angel eyes, I'll soon be gone
Chorus: When the morning glories wake up in the morning, the morning
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you play with the heart of a girl.
First Line: It's never too late to be sorry, and I'm sorry now we met
Chorus: Sometimes there's joy and bliss, when you play with the heart of a girl
Music by: Bruce, Thomas.
Words by: Haubrich, Earl.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you're with somebody else.
First Line: In your smiling eyes, I see Paradise, when you're close to my heart
Chorus: When you're gone, I wander on, to all the world, I'm like a stranger, and I'm so forlorn, when you're with somebody else
Music by: Etting, Ruth, and Able Baer.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Where in the world (is there someone for me).
First Line: Ev'ryone says theres is someone for ev'ryone, where can my somebody be
Chorus: Where in thde world, tell where in the world can there be someone for me
Music by: Lewis, Al, Gerald Marks, Emerson Gill, and Carmen Lombardo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Who-oo? You-oo! That's who!
First Line: Ev'rywhere now a days they've got the question asking craze.
Chorus: Who's got the cutest eyes? Who's got what satisfies?
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: The whole world is waiting for dreams to come true.
First Line: Day breaks, the world wakes, my dream ship's homeward bound
Chorus: The whole world is waiting for dreams to come true, the whole world is waiting and I'm waiting too
Music by: Harrison, Charlie, and Deane Moore.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Why should we marry? (when we can be such good friends).
First Line: She was a simple country maiden until one day a villain came her way
Chorus: Why should we marry when we can be such good friends
Music by: Rose, Billy, and Fred Fisher.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Will we meet again.
First Line: I found someone to love, a sweet someone to love, I guess it must have been too good to be true
Chorus: When you've lost your new love, found it wasn't true love, will we meet again?
Music by: Senter, Boyd, Howard Simon, and Al Lewis.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Without you sweetheart.
First Line: You say that we're through, that there's nothing I can do
Chorus: How can I laugh? How can I sing? How can I like any old thing, without you, sweetheart?
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Worryin'.
First Line: Ever since we parted dear it's true I've been broken hearted over you
Chorus: Worryin' all the time worryin' sweetheart mine All I do is to worry 'bout you
Music by: Fairman, George.
Words by: Fairman, George.
P/P/D: New York: : Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Yankee Rose.
First Line: We've seen roses grow almost ev'rywhere, but you're one we place apart
Chorus: Yankee rose so true, how we all love you
Music by: Frankl, Abe.
Words by: Holden, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Yes she do no she don't (I'm satisfied with my girl).
First Line: I know a girl, lovin' little girl, lovin' little girl is she.
Chorus: She don't wear no yes she do no she don't yes she do I'm satisfied with my girl.
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Trent, Jo'.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Yes Flo! the gal who never says "no."
First Line: If you're bothered with blues, here's some wonderful news
Chorus: Who will woo, who will coo, do what you want when you want her to
Music by: Flatow, Leon, Nelson J. Fonarow, and Albert Gumble.
Words by: Flatow, Leon, Nelson J. Fonarow, and Albert Gumble.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You don't like it - not much.
First Line: Honey baby, you look so happy to me and I'm wondering what the reason can be
Chorus: When I hug you and when I squeeze you, and when I please you
Music by: Miller, Ned, Art Kahn, and Chester Cohn.
Words by: Miller, Ned, Art Kahn, and Chester Cohn.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You gotta be good to me.
First Line: Let me introduce to you Elmer Gantry number two
Chorus: You can't go out you must stay in the bad old world is full of sin
Music by: Rose, Vincent.
Words by: Young, and Lewis and.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You're more like a pal that a sweetheart.
First Line: I know I love you and you know I love you in spite of the things I may do
Chorus: You're more like a pal that a sweetheart, what a pal you are to me
Music by: David, Lee.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Mort Dixon.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You're the one for me.
First Line: Skies are blue since I first met you, and ev'rything's rosy, and ev'rything's new
Chorus: You're the one, and only one, 'cause you're the one for me
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

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Title: Anything you say!
First Line: Here we are so happy just where we are, and smilin' just like we are
Chorus: It looks like you like having your own way, it looks like I like anything you say
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson-Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Are we downhearted?-No!
First Line: People worry people fuss over nothing at all when trouble starts they take it to heart
Chorus: When our troubles start to pile in and our bank account is low
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Archie Gottler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Auf wiederseh'n (we'll meet again).
First Line: Loving you as I do I'm so sad leaving you
Chorus: Auf Wiederseh'n we'll meet again so please don't say good-bye
Music by: Greenberg, Abner.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Because I know you're mine.
First Line: No use in crying no use in sighing, sighing for days so divine
Chorus: Though skies are dark and gray, the clouds will pass away, the sun will shine some day, because I know you're mine
Music by: Brown, Burton.
Words by: Derickson, Chas.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo : J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Blue grass.
First Line: Sailors love the seas, mountaineers the tree, eskimoes love the ice
Chorus: When I'm in blue grass up to my knees, blue grass blue as the seas
Music by: De Sylva, G. B., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: Blue Land.
First Line: I've got blues most all the time, 'cause I'm from a bluey clime
Chorus: Down to that Blue Land, Blue Land, down in Kentucky where life is sweet
Music by: Johnson, Howard, and Al. Sherman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Chinese National Athem.
First Line: San Min Chu I, our aim shall be to foind a free land, world peace be our stand
Chorus:
Music by: Mao-Yun, Ch'eng.
Words by: Yuan-Jen, Chao.
P/P/D: New York : Chinese News Service, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Chiquita (chi-kee-ta).
First Line: Here under blankets of sky, shadows of the night find me alone
Chorus: Oh come back my darling Chiquita, the chapel on the hill, covered with dew
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Collegiana.
First Line: On the campus they try to vamp us with anything new or anything blue
Chorus: Collegiana, see how it's done, easy as pie and lots of fun
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Fields, Dorothy.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Coquette.
First Line: You love to flirt and you don't mean to hurt, but you leave those who love you to sigh
Chorus: Tell me why you keep fooling little coquette making fun of the ones who love you
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Green.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Crazy rhythm (Danny and Cora).
First Line: I feel like the Emperor Nero when Rome was a very hot town
Chorus: Crazy rhythm, here's the doorway, I'll go my way, you'll go your way
Music by: Meyer, Joseph, and Roger Wolfe Kahn.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Dear when I met you.
First Line: I always think of the day, you came in my life to stay, I mean the day we first met
Chorus: My heart started jumping so, it took my breath away
Music by: VonTilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Dolores.
First Line: Sweet Dolores Brown, sweetest girl in town
Chorus: Oh how I love Dolores, does she love me?
Music by: Kessel, Art, and Marty Bloom.
Words by: Kessel, Art, and Marty Bloom.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Don't cry baby (cry baby, don't cry).
First Line: There's a couple living right next door to me, just as nice a couple as you'd care to see
Chorus: Don't cry baby, cry baby, don't cry papa's coming back to baby by and by
Music by: Fiorito, Ted.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Don't you remember Sally?
First Line: I saw a girl greet a boy yesterday, there was a light in her eyes
Chorus: Don't you remember Sally the girl you used to know, you always called me sweetheart, when you were my bashful beau
Music by: Grossman, Bernie, Walter Hirsch, and Milton Samuels.
Words by: Grossman, Bernie, Walter Hirsch, and Milton Samuesl.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Dream River.
First Line: There's a place that's just for dreaming just a lazy rippling stream
Chorus: Drifting with you along Dream River, out where the moon beams softly play
Music by: Brown, George.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Evening star (help me find my man).
First Line: I rise ev'ry morn at the coming of the dawn, and there's grief in each leaf on the ground
Chorus: Evening star, no matter where you are, oh please come out and help me find my man
Music by: Turk, Roy, and Fred C. Ahlerf.
Words by: Turk, Roy, and Fred C. Ahlerf.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: For old times' sake.
First Line: Fancy meeting you again, after all these years
Chorus: Won't you spend a while with me for old times' sake?
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: Forgetting you [at head of title: That's just my way of].
First Line: You saw me out the other night, the first time since we parted
Chorus: If you see me dancing in some cabaret, that's just my way of forgetting you
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Gee! but I'm blue.
First Line: Ev'rybody should have somebody who's loving and true, and nobody should make a body feel blue
Chorus: Gee! but I'm blue, blue over you, ev'ryday is just a day of sorrow, wondering who, tells you they're true
Music by: Little, Geo. A, Fred Rose, and Will J. Harris.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Get out and get under the moon.
First Line: What'd ya do in the evening, when you don't know what to do
Chorus: When you're all alone, any old night, and you're feeling out of tune, pick up your hat, close up your flat, get out and get under the moon
Music by: Shay, Larry.
Words by: Tobias, Chas., and William Jerome.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: The good-night waltz [at head of title: Keep in your heart].
First Line: There is an oldtime saying, at ev'ry party or ball
Chorus: Hold me close in your arms, it's the good-night waltz
Music by: Short, Albert E., Charlie Newman, and Nelson Chon.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Happy days and lonely nights.
First Line: My memory takes me to the wonderful nights we knew, when I made love to you until the dawn
Chorus: With the parting of the ways, you took all my happy days and left me lonely nights
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: A happy ending.
First Line: When ev'rything in our lives seemed to be wrong and blue, and when the days were gray you smiled right along
Chorus: A bridal bouquet and a wedding in May then we're on our way to a happy ending
Music by: VonTilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour, and Eddie Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Happy go lucky lane.
First Line: I'm so happy lucky because I'm happy with my little lot
Chorus: Got a little roof above me and a home that's oh! so plain and there's someone there to love me on happy go lucky lane
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Lewis, and Young.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Has anyone seem my pal?
First Line: Once I had a true pal and he called me his only gal
Chorus: Has anyone seen my pal? Just a real fellow called Dell pal of my heart pal of my dreams where are you tonight?
Music by: Sullivan, Will.
Words by:
P/P/D: S. I. : Will Sullivan, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: He's a good man to have around.
First Line: There's one thing that a woman can't live without, and that's a man!
Chorus: He's not good looking, not handsome or tall. I couldn't tell you how he made me fall
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I don't care.
First Line: It's no surprise I realize that you are leaving me but still I smile you see
Chorus: I don't care if you go away I don't care if you go to stay
Music by: Dowell, Saxie.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I get the blues when it rains.
First Line: It was raining dear, when I met you, you smiled the sun shone through
Chorus: I get the blues when it rains, the blues I can't lose when it rains
Music by: Stoddard, Harry.
Words by: Klauber, Marcy.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I kiss your hand, Madame.
First Line: Sometimes I wonder if hearts are broken by little love words that are left unspoken
Chorus: In dreams I kiss your hand, madame, your dainty finger tips
Music by: Erwin, Ralph.
Words by: Rotter, Fritz.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I still love you.
First Line: Nobody knows but you what you made me go through
Chorus: I love you! I still love you! In spite of all that you've done
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I tore up your picture when you said good-bye (but I've put it together again).
First Line: You said, "Just forget me," but memories won't let me, they haunt me and won't let you go
Chorus: I tore up your picture when you said goodbye, but I've put it together again
Music by: Morse, Dolly, and Andrew Donnelly.
Words by: Morse, Dolly, and Andrew Donnelly.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'd rather cry over you (than smile at somebody else).
First Line: Folks wonder why I'm all alone nights, why I stay home nights, and sometimes cry
Chorus: I'd rather cry over you, I'd rather sigh like I do, than smile at somebody else
Music by: Dougherty, Dan.
Words by: Yellen, Jack, and Phil Ponce.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: If I can't have you (I want to be lonesome-I want to be blue).
First Line: I'm blue so blue, and broken hearted, because we parted, and since we parted, the sun has lost it's glory
Chorus: If I can't have you, nobody but you-oo-oo, I want to be lonesome, I want to be blue
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: If I lost you.
First Line: When you said "yes" yesterday skies of grey turned to blue now dear, my dreams all depend start and end, just with you
Chorus: If I lost you my skies of blue would turn again to grey
Music by: Wilhite, Monte.
Words by: Harrison, Charlie, and Art Kassel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Imagination.
First Line: When I find the world's unkind, to a corner of my mind I runaway and stay there to play there with you
Chorus: My imagination, your imagination, our imaginations make this world divine
Music by: Meyer, Joseph, and Roger Wolfe Kahn.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'm riding to glory (with a glorious girl).
First Line: Ding! Dong! Ding! Dong! Ring out the old and ring in the news
Chorus: I'm riding to glory! Oh what a sweet story, I'm riding to glory, with a glorious girl!
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : DeSylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'm walking between the raindrops.
First Line: Clouds are close together, looks like rainy weather I'm so glad that you're with me
Chorus: Let it rain all day, let it pour all night, what do I care my love, I'm walking between the raindrops
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'm writing you this little melody.
First Line: Skies were always blue, dear, till you went away since then I'm the one that's blue dear, and the skies are always grey
Chorus: I'm writing you this little melody to make our dreams come true your love has faded to a memory that makes me sad and blue when I'm alone I find my thougnts drifing always to you
Music by: Weeks, Anson.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: In a little two by four for two.
First Line: What's the use of dreaming? Dreams that can't come true
Chorus: In a little two by four for two, gee but I'd be happy there, with you
Music by: Hoffman, Al, and Geo. Brown.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: In the land of beginning again (where broken dreams come true).
First Line: Sometimes there's tears behind a sunny smile, some hearts hold sorrow for a long while
Chorus: In the land of beginning again, where skies are always blue, tho' we've made mistakes, that's true
Music by: Meyer, George W.
Words by: Clark, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: In the sing song Sycamore tree.
First Line: Long long ago winds used to blow right thru an old Sycamore tree
Chorus: I can see my troubles flying when I hear the night wind sighing in the sing song Sycamore tree
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Is it gonna be long (till you belong to me?).
First Line: Summer's coming and my heart's humming a love song
Chorus: Each little star belongs to the sky, and each little tear belongs to a cry
Music by: Cowan, Rubey, and Charlie Abbot.
Words by: Whiting, Geo.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: It goes like this that funny melody.
First Line: There's a funny melody, it's a pretty melody, someone brought it over from across the sea
Chorus: It goes like this: la-la-la, la-la-la, la-la-la, it goes like this: dee-dee-dee, dee-dee-dee, dee-dee-dee
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Jo-Anne.
First Line: Skies are brighter my heart's lighter because of you, Jo-Anne
Chorus: I see the lovelight in your eyes Jo-Anne Jo-Anne it's like a glimpse of Paradise Jo-Anne
Music by: Silver, Abner, Maceo Pinkard, and Joe Ward.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Just a smile and a kiss for a keepsake.
First Line: I'll never regret, dear the day that we met, altho' I know we must part
Chorus: Just a smile and a kiss for a keepsake, that is all that I ask of you
Music by: Slider, Cliff.
Words by: Slider, Cliff.
P/P/D: Louisville, KY : Cliff Slider, Cohn and Cohn, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Just another night.
First Line: Nights are kinda long, ev'rything seems wrong, all because I'm longing just for you
Chorus: Just another night all by my ownsome just another night to feel so blue
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: KiKi.
First Line: Each day seems a year, when you're not here, with me, KiKi
Chorus: KiKi, Cherie, Amie, you're always mine, KiKi
Music by: Little, Geo. A, Paul Hosang, and Arthur Sizemore.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Last night I dreamed you kissed me.
First Line: Last night I dreamed of you, of your dear smile and eyes of blue
Chorus: Last night I was dreaming, I dreamed that you kissed me while bright stars were beaming
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Let me forget.
First Line: Well, life is what you make it that's what the people say, but life is how you take it, I've found in ev'ry way
Chorus: Let me forget, my troubles woes and regrets, let me forget, those worries that linger yet
Music by: Williams, Clarence, and James (Slap) White.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Little Mother.
First Line: When the day is done, the setting sun sinks into a sky of blue
Chorus: Little Mother Mother mine there's no other Mother mine
Music by: Rapee, Erno, and Lew Pollack.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lonely little bluebird.
First Line: A little bluebird, a little tree, two hearts so lonely, and one was me
Chorus: Loney little bluebird, sittin' in a tree, spring will come tomorrow, and you'll sing merrily
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lonesome in the moonlight.
First Line: The summer nights are here, the moon is bright and clear, and all the world sings a love song
Chorus: Lonesome in the moonlight, with no one to love, lonesome on a June night while the stars brightly shine above
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Russell, Benee.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lullaby yodel.
First Line: My baby, I know that you want me, each lonely night and day
Chorus: My baby, I want you tonight, dear, after my work is through, to rock you to sleep in my arms, dear, and sing lullabies to you
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
Words by: McWilliams, Elsie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mia Bella Rose (my beautiful rose).
First Line: Night with her magical charms holds the world in her arms, while old Venice is sleeping
Chorus: Mia Bella Rosa, shades of night are falling, Mia Bella Rosa come, my heart is calling
Music by: Koehler, Ted, and Frank Magine.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mistakes.
First Line: I told you lies, I was unwise, you let me know, I let you go; why not be friends?
Chorus: We make mistakes when we worry all over nothing at all
Music by: Leslie, Edgar.
Words by: Nicholls, Horatio.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Moments with you.
First Line: Night never comes without bringing memories filled with regret fondly my poor heart is clinging to dreams that it can't forget
Chorus: Bring me back just a few of those sweet moments with you when we two were all alone in a dreamland all our own
Music by: Shilkret, Nat.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Moonlight madness (then you were gone).
First Line: The world was sleeping the stars were peeping the moon beams kissed the sand
Chorus: Thru the palms you came with your soul a flame moonlight madness then you were gone
Music by: Davis, Lou, and J. Fred Coots.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My flame is just a match for me.
First Line: I've had sweeties by the score, had more than my share, but my heart was hungry for one who'd make me care
Chorus: Whoopee what a sweet lovin' team, in the parlor say, we're a scream, my flame is just a match for me
Music by: Fain, Sammy, Jack Murray, and Jean Herbert.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: The night we didn't care.
First Line: Hours were like moments from midnight till morn, life was a sea full of dreams, do you remember the night love was born
Chorus: All the world was left behind us love alone was there to bind us the night we didn't care
Music by: Murray, Jack, Bernard Maltin, and Irving Mills.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: O-K-M-N-X we're twenty million strong.
First Line: Barney Googles he's the nation's latest toast he's famed from coast to coast
Chorus: Just whisper "O-K-M-N-X" we're twenty million strong the Brotherhood of Billy Goats (Ba-aa! Ba-aa!)
Music by: Baker, Phil, and J. Russell Robinson.
Words by: De Beck, Billy, and Sid Silvers.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Old fashioned locket.
First Line: Sitting by the fireside where embers faintly glow, a memory comes to me of the long ago
Chorus: It's just an old fashioned locket and a curl, that frames an old fashioned tin-type of a girl
Music by: Wimbrow, Dale, Johnny Marvin, and Tom Ford.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Old man sunshine little boy bluebird.
First Line: Another morning again I'm alone another morning among the unknown
Chorus: Old man sunshine little boy bluebird shine awhile and sing awhile for me
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Out of the dawn.
First Line: Life didn't seem real, the world seemed terribly wrong how different I feel since you happened along
Chorus: Out of the dawn there came a sunbeam wandering on I find that sunbeam
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Remember I love you.
First Line: I planted roses all around the door, of the cottage I built for us two; roses and cottage wait for your return and remember I still love you
Chorus: Each time you look at a rose, dear, remember I love you, would it be wrong to suppose, dear, that you still love me too?
Music by: Clapp, Sunny.
Words by: Clapp, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Rosette.
First Line: Just like a garden without a rose, my life is empty Rosette, for you are the one rose that my heart knows
Chorus: Rosette, Rosette, I can't forget, that day I heard you whisper "Good-bye"
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: She's a great, great girl.
First Line: Come on, all you grown folks little children, too I've got a new celebrity I want to introduce to you
Chorus: From her head to feet she gives your eyes a treat
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: She's wonderful.
First Line: I don't want to brag or boast, but I am going with the most attractive member of her lovely sex
Chorus: She's got cheeks just like a rose, and a little turned up nose
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Gus Kahn.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Shout hallelujah! Cause I'm home.
First Line: Tomorrow morning, when day is dawning, and if it rains or shines, I'll be on the trail that leads me to home sweet home
Chorus: Run up the steps, knock at the door! down on my knees, kissin' the floor
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sleepy valley.
First Line: When my day of toil is over, light at heart I hurry over to the train that takes me down to a little country town
Chorus: Just a cosy rest, sweet and heaven blest, like a bluebird's nest in Sleepy Valley
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Some night when you're lonely.
First Line: You said good-bye and ev'rything is over now, you seem to think it's easy to forget somehow
Chorus: Some night when you're lonely, some night when you're feeling blue, some night you may want me, want me just to tell your troubles to
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Joe Burke.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Somebody else may be telling her something (she'd love to hear from you).
First Line: I met a pal of mine yesterday, he wasn't smiling the same old way
Chorus: Somebody else may be telling her something she'd love to hear from you
Music by: Shay, Larry.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Somebody sweet is sweet on me.
First Line: Mamie Reilly came home all highly excited, said I've invited a boy to call
Chorus: Mother get my party dress, there's a reason can't you guess? Somebody sweet is sweet on me
Music by: Kahn, Gus, and Walter Donavan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Strolling in the moonlight.
First Line: Each night at twilight I'm lonely I'm sad when I wake at dawn there's just one thing I want only now that I need you, you're gone
Chorus: On a night like this is I said I'd be true strolling in the moonlight with you
Music by: Kaley, Charles, Will Waldron, and Marty Bloom.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Cal De Voll, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sweet Sue-just you.
First Line: Sue, dry your pretty eyes of blue tears were never meant for you
Chorus: Ev'ry star above knows the one I love Sweet Sue, just you
Music by: Young, Victor.
Words by: Harris, Will J.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Take your tomorrow (and give me today).
First Line: Why should I wait for happiness? I've grown impatient more or less
Chorus: Take your tomorrow, and give me today, for your tomorrow, is too far away
Music by: Johnson, J. C.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Tell me you're sorry.
First Line: Just like other sweetheart's often do dear, we have quarreled and you made me cry
Chorus: Tell me you're sorry, so sorry that you broke my heart let's not break up let us make up, what would become of me should we part
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Ten little miles from town.
First Line: If you're feeling sort of all run down, and weary of the hurry of the town
Chorus: Hop in my car, come along and see how happy we are
Music by: Shoebel, Elmer.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That's how I feel about you.
First Line: Why am I feeling the way I do? Why am I acting this way
Chorus: If you said, "go and get the moon" I'd go right out and get the moon that's how I feel about you, sweetheart
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Archie Gottler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That's my Mammy!
First Line: Say old pal, by the way, old pal, I hear you're going south, try and see my Mammy for me, she lives way down in Tennessee
Chorus: If you should see a soul that's happy, strollin' with a grey-haired pappy, that's my Mammy!
Music by: Baer, Abel, and Ed. G. Nelson.
Words by: Pease, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That's my weakness now.
First Line: Love, love, love, love, what did ya do to me? The things I never missed, are things I can't resist
Chorus: She's got eyes of blue, I never cared for eyes of blue, but she's got eyes of blue and that's my weakness now
Music by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: There's a place in the sun for you.
First Line: There's no rainbow shining, clouds are ev'rywhere, and it seems your hopes and dreams are gone
Chorus: Tho' the sky may be dreary, don't be blue, don't be weary, there's a place in the sun for you
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Green, Bud.
P/P/D: New York : Green & Stept Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Treasure untold.
First Line: Dreaming of you and your eyes of blue, I've loved you forever it seems
Chorus: If I could but win your heart, little girl, then I would have Treasure Untold
Music by: Cozzens, Ellsworth T.
Words by: Cozzens, Ellsworth T.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: What a night for spooning.
First Line: There's a girl I know in a bungalow, right across the street from me
Chorus: When the birdies go to sleep, and the stars begin to peep, she says, what a night for spooning
Music by: MacDonald, Ballard, and Dave Dreyer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: What a wonderful night this would be.
First Line: Sighing for you 'cause I've been so blue, all this lonesome day, crying for you 'cause I need you to chase the blues away
Chorus: What a wonderful night this would be, if I only had you here with me
Music by: Smythe, Billy, and Art Gillham.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you said "good-night" (did you really mean "good-bye?").
First Line: Honest and true, I'm disappointed in you
Chorus: The other night you said "good-night," but tell me when you said "good-night" did you really mean "good-bye?"
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson-Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you're smiling (the whole world smiles with you).
First Line: I saw a blind man, he was a kind man, helping a fellow along
Chorus: When you're smiling, when you're smiling, the whole world smiles with you
Music by: Fisher, Mark, Joe Goodwin, and Larry Shay.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Who wouldn't be jealous of you?
First Line: I looked around for the longest time for someone to love, and sweetheart I found you
Chorus: Who wouldn't be jealous of a girl like you, and who wouldn't be watchin' ev'rything you do
Music by: Shay, Larry, Haven Gillespie, and George Frommel.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Will the angels play their harps for me?
First Line: I was passing by the churchyard in the city and I saw a beggar old and gray
Chorus: Oh I wonder, yes I wonder, will the angels way up yonder, will the angels play their harps for me?
Music by: Wilhite, Monte.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Wob-a-ly walk.
First Line: There's a place I found where the jazz bands pound
Chorus: Just get your ankles out on the loose then let your tootsies shake like the deuce oh! that's the Wob-a-ly Walk
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Green, Bud.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You can't take my mem'ries from me.
First Line: You've just been pretending, I find it's the ending, your love you are taking away
Chorus: You can take all the tokens you gave me, you can turn all my blue skies to grey; you can shatter the hopes that I've cherished, and can take all my day dreams away
Music by: Davis, Joe, and Spencer Williams.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You'd rather forget than forgive.
First Line: To make a mistake is but human they say, but then to forgive is divine
Chorus: You'd rather forget than forgive me, you want me to suffer alone
Music by: Johnson, Howard, and Joe Davis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You're the first thing I think of in the morning (and the last thing I think of at night).
First Line: Why do I say things I thought that I never would say
Chorus: You're the first thing I think of in the morning, hope I may die if its a lie
Music by: Stanley, Jack.
Words by: Tracey, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

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Title: Am I blue?
First Line: I'm just a woman, a lonely woman waitin' on the weary shore
Chorus: Am I blue? Am I blue? Ain't these tears in these eyes tellin' you?
Music by: Akst, Harry.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Breakaway.
First Line: Hey, flappers, this way flappers, I'll floor you with a new dance
Chorus: Let's do the Breakaway, get hot and shake away
Music by: Conrad, Con, Sydney D. Mitchell, and Archie Gottler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Carnations remind me of you.
First Line: I want to go where flowers grow, grow in a garden so fair
Chorus: Carnations, carnations, remind me of you; carnations, carnations, so sweet and so true
Music by: Sherwin, Sterling.
Words by: Sherwin, Sterling.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Do I know what I'm doing?
First Line: I'd better see a doctor, I'm worried as can be, 'cause ever since I fell in love somethings the matter with me
Chorus: When she whispers "I love you," and we start to bill and coo, if I do things I shouldn't do, do I know what I'm doing?
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, and Harry Ruby.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Dreaming dreams that never come true.
First Line: They say dreams come true, and maybe they do, turning the world all around
Chorus: I'm dreaming dreams that never come true, dreaming them all the while
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Evangeline.
First Line: As long as water flows, I'll love you
Chorus: Love me forever, Evangeline, never part from this heart of mine
Music by: Jolson, Al.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Everybody does it in Hawaii.
First Line: Talk about Hawaii, I didn't know it was so grand, I picked me out a hula, hula, girl, before my folks could land
Chorus: She's got it here; and she's got it there, her lips are red and her feet are fair
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
Words by: Mc Williams, Elsie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Ev'ry day away from you.
First Line: Once again I'm writing to you tonight I don't know why I do I never hear from you dear
Chorus: Ev'ry day away from you seems another year ev'ry day away from you brings another tear
Music by: Tobias, Charles, and Jay Mills.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Feelin' the way I do.
First Line: Like a traffic signal, you warn me, go slow, when I try to kiss you, you whisper, "no no"
Chorus: Because your eyes are blue I love 'em, I like 'em, I do
Music by: Gillespie, Haven, Charles Cooke, and Neil Moret.
Words by:
P/P/D: San Francisco : Villa Moret, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Finding the long way home.
First Line: Somehow we don't ever seem to realize with smiling skies above that the very place we want to leave behind we always find we love
Chorus: I'd like to find the road we roamed together swinging along finding the long way home
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Georgia Pines.
First Line: Shadows fall, I recall my childhood days, days, there's a place where my mem'ry always strays, strays
Chorus: Georgia Pines, pining for me, you know I'm pining for you when the dewy dawn comes 'round to say good Mornin'
Music by: Trent, Jo, and Peter De Rose.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Glad rag doll.
First Line: Little painted lady with your lovely clothes, where are you bound for, may I ask?
Chorus: All dolled up in glad rags, tomorrow may turn to sad rags, they call you Glad Rag Doll
Music by: Daugherty, Dan, and Milton Ager.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager[,] Yellen & Bornstein, Inc, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Gypsy dream rose.
First Line: My little Gypsy, I'm in love it's true, please tell me that you love me too
Chorus: Dream Rose, Pretty Gypsy Dream Rose, all the world knows, I love you so
Music by: Gusman, Meyer.
Words by: Kendis, James, and Frank Samuels.
P/P/D: New York : Kendis, Gusman & Samuels, Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: He's so unusual.
First Line: Talk of sweeties, bashful sweeties, I've got one of those
Chorus: When I feel like lovin' and I gotta have some lovin' he says "Please, stop it, please" He's so unusual
Music by: Lewis, Sherman, and Abner Silver.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I actually am in love.
First Line: I get so nervous when I'm with you I'd like to sing you a song
Chorus: I'm in love I mean I actually am in love! I'm in love with you
Music by: Litt, Mary.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I was made to love you.
First Line: There must be some real mission that we were sent to do, each one has some ambition to make a dream come true
Chorus: I know you were made for love and I was made to love you
Music by: Veo, Harold, and Doris Tauber.
Words by: Tobias, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I'd fall in love with me [at head of title: if I were you].
First Line: Ev'ryone has his opinions that fact has always been known for instance you have your ideas, and I've my own
Chorus: I do' wanna tell you what to do and what not to do, but if I were you I'd fall in love with me
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Murray, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: If I give up the saxophone will you come back to me.
First Line: Nights were long and endless for little Willie Smart, the problem was a deep one, 'twas either love or art
Chorus: If I give up the saxophone will you come back to me?
Music by: Kahal, Irving, Willie Raskin, and Sammy Fain.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: If you believed in me.
First Line: You're so disappointed, I see it in your eyes, I'm not all you hoped for, I realize
Chorus: I could amount to something, no matter where I'd be, it all depends on one thing if you believed in me
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Mother's boy.
First Line: Cuddle close beside me Mother dear, night and day you guide me Mother dear
Chorus: Let fortune come my way, let skies be blue or grey, I'll always be mother's boy
Music by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
Words by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
P/P/D: New York : Green & Stept Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: It's bad for your soul.
First Line: Sadie Lee from Tennessee is known for miles around. All the sheiks declare she is the hottest gal in town
Chorus: Now honey don't you mess around me, 'cause it's bad for your soul
Music by: Savage, Helen, and Walter Melrose.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Melrose Bros. Music Co. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: I've got a feeling I'm falling.
First Line: Oh, honey, oh honey, I never felt this way, romanticly I'm up in the air
Chorus: I'm flying high but I 've got a feeling I'm falling falling for nobody else but you
Music by: Link, Harry, and Thomas Waller.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Just another kiss.
First Line: The parting hour is drawing near and soon we'll say good-bye my lonely heart is grieving dear I'm leaving dear with a sigh
Chorus: Just another kiss before we say adieu just another kiss so I'll remember you
Music by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Last night, honey [at head of title: (I only wish I had you with me)].
First Line: Once I used to laugh when you were sighing for the moon
Chorus: I only wish I had you with me last night, honey
Music by: Mc Carthy, Joe, and Jimmie Monaco.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Let me have my dreams.
First Line: What we don't see doesn't hurt us, what we don't know doesn't pain
Chorus: Please don't take away my dreams, throughout all this time I have dreamt you're mine
Music by: Akst, Harry.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: S. I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Like a breath of spring time.
First Line: Winter blows its breath on the low lands, over ev'ry green covered glen
Chorus: Just like a breath of spring you came to make me sing
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : George & Arthur Piantadosi Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Little by little.
First Line: Seven days a week, fifty two weeks a year I'll stick right around in the hope that you'll hear
Chorus: Little by little, little by little you're winning my heart little by little
Music by: O'Keefe, Walter, and Bobby Dolan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lonesome butterfly.
First Line: Dear little girl sad little girl lonesome butterfly why cry constantly please come to me your poor heart needs real sympathy
Chorus: Your wings are marred and your heart's been jarred just a lonesome butterfly
Music by: Colgan, Alma, and Ray Hibbeler.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Alma Colgan, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Lonesome little doll.
First Line: She was a dainty toy with tear dimmed eyes he was a sailor boy who said 'good-bye'
Chorus:
Music by: Cowan, Rubey, and Phil Boutelje.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My little honey and me.
First Line: There's a girl I'm crazy about, one I feel I can't live without, I guess that I'm in love, there's no doubt
Chorus: I call around each night when the folks go out, nobody knows what we're about, who do I mean?
Music by: Hackforth, Norman P.
Words by: Hackforth, Norman P.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My sweeter than sweet.
First Line: Lovers admit there's aid in having a clever line; yesterday night I stayed in, laboring hard at mine
Chorus: I prepared a love song, really rather neat; calling this above song, "my sweeter that sweet"
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: My wonderful moon.
First Line: Wonderful moon, I'm all alone. Nobody cares for me
Chorus: My wonderful moon, somehow you make me so blue when you shine so bright from above
Music by: Slider, Cliff.
Words by: Slider, Cliff.
P/P/D: Louisville, Ky : Cohn & Cohn Music Publishers, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Needin' you like I do.
First Line: Nightime seems like years, smilin' thru my tears
Chorus: No wonder I just sit and sigh, needin' you like I do
Music by: De Voll, Cal, Al Cameron, and Pete Bontsema.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Nobody's fault but your own.
First Line: I'm just dreaming all the time of you, wond'ring what to do, feelin' mighty blue
Chorus: Sometimes I'm so in love with you, sometimes I'm in a huff with you
Music by: Murray, Alan, and Ray Noble.
Words by: Murray, Alan, and Ray Noble.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Now I'm in love.
First Line: I'm the one who's been poking fun at my friends who chanced to be in love
Chorus: You came along, dear now I'm in love! Life is a song, dear, 'cause I'm in love
Music by: Shapiro, Ted.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Pal of my sweetheart days.
First Line: Mem'ries awaken the old love again, pal of my sweetheart days
Chorus: Tho' we're far apart, you seem to linger in my heart, pal of my sweetheart days
Music by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Davis, Coots & Engel Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Please come back to me.
First Line: The mean words I've spoken have left my heart broken, I miss you, I want you my own
Chorus: Honey, I'm so sad and lonely, please come back to me
Music by: Austin, Gene.
Words by: West, Eugene.
P/P/D: New York : Gene Austin Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: She's a good girl.
First Line: Michael had a girlfriend he was wild about, so he took her out each night and day
Chorus: She doesn't drink, she doesn't smoke, she doesn't listen to a naughty joke, she's a good girl
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Murray, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Should I.
First Line: The yellow moon shines up above music is bringing songs of love
Chorus: Should I reveal exactly how I feel should I confess I love you
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sing a little love song.
First Line: We all know the pow'r of song, it can right most any wrong
Chorus: Sing a little love song when the skies are gray any little love song drives the clouds away
Music by: Conrad, Con, Sydney D. Mitchell, and Archie Gottler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sleepy Valley.
First Line: Ev'rybody loves a fireside, picture sitting by a fireside in a cozy little home you can call your very own
Chorus: Just a cozy rest, sweet and heaven blest, like a bluebird's nest in sleepy valley
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Spanish doll.
First Line: I met my love in Old Granada, it was under the Spanish moon
Chorus: I've never seen a Tambourine that's half as mean, my little Spanish Doll
Music by: Lewis, Al., and Al. Sherman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Steppin' along.
First Line: Some folks spend their whole lives sitting still in a groove, won't move and never will
Chorus: Steppin' high, steppin low, do your stuff, don't be slow, you can't go wrong, step, step, steppin' along
Music by: Kernell, William.
Words by: Kernell, William.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sweetheart's holiday.
First Line: I had a coversation with the little stars above, they told me something new that's gonna tickle you
Chorus: The man in the moon is shakin' a broom he's sweepin' the milky way
Music by: Robinson, J. Russel.
Words by: Kahal, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sweetness.
First Line: I'm just a heartbroken Romeo you are my Juliet
Chorus: Love you, love you, love you, honest I do, sweetness, I love you truly
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and Chester Cohn.
Words by: Miller, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: S'posin'.
First Line: I know something but I can't express it, tho' there is no better time than now
Chorus: S'posin' I should fall in love with you, do you think that you could love me too?
Music by: Denniker, Paul.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Sympathy [at head of title: (All I'm asking is)].
First Line: Now that ev'rything is over, have a little sympathy
Chorus: You were all I had, now I feel so bad, all that I'm asking is sympathy
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Joe Burke.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That's why I'm jealous of you.
First Line: Ev'rytime you look at someone else dear, you know I'm as jealous as can be
Chorus: There's just a bundle of charms, wrapp'd in your arms, that's why I'm jealous of you
Music by: Rose, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: That's you baby.
First Line: I've hear it intimated if you were syndicated you'd be appreciated more, baby
Chorus: Take a little honey add a smile so sunny, who's the little honey?
Music by: Mitchell, Sydney D., and Archie Gottler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Then we canoe-dle-oodle along.
First Line: Some sweeties love to go walkin', walkin' to them is a lark
Chorus: We drift along in the moonlight and what do we do while we drift in the moonlight?
Music by: Woods, Harry, Charles Tobias, and Jose Bohr.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: There'll be you and I.
First Line: It's up to us dear, to plan our future now, how to fix up your room, what to have in my room
Chorus: There won't be any real expensive things in our home, no acres to roam, but there'll be you and I
Music by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
Words by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
P/P/D: New York : Green & Stept Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: To be in love (espesh'lly with you).
First Line: I'm all topsy turvy and that's a certain sign that either heats affecting me or someone's on my mind
Chorus: To be in love is simply wonderful to be in love espesh'lly with you
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: To be with you.
First Line: All my life I've waited for someone to love, and now my waiting's thru
Chorus: You've got a way that I admire, you fill me with a strange desire I'd gladly walk trhough flaming fire to be with you
Music by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Davis, Coots & Engel Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Too wonderful for words.
First Line: I have met girls before, pretty ones by the score, probaly even more than most men
Chorus: Too wonderful for words she holds me in her spell, too wonderful wonderful for words what more is there to tell?
Music by: Stamper, Dave.
Words by: Thompson, Harlan.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Up with the curtains, down with the coffee (on with another merry day).
First Line: In gay New York City, right next door to me
Chorus: Up with the curtains, down with the coffee on with another merry day
Music by: Farrell, W. Earthman.
Words by: Farrell, W. Earthman.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mc Daniel Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Waiting at the end of the road.
First Line: Weary of roaming on, yearning to see the dawn, counting the hours till I can lay down my load
Chorus: The way is long the night is dark but I don't mind 'cause a happy lark will be singing at the end of the road
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Welcome [At head of title: (You'll always be)].
First Line: While you are some where forgetting, I'm here alone and regreting
Chorus: In sorrow or pain, in sunshine or rain, you'll always be welcome to me
Music by: Denniker, Paul.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When I see my sugar (I get a lump in my throat).
First Line: Sweets, don't care about 'em, sweets, I'll do with out 'em!
Chorus: My heart's okay, my pulse is strong, and I sleep peacefully all night long, but when I see my sugar, I get a lump in my throat
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When we get together in the moonlight (we get along great).
First Line: Although there ain't no sense in foolish arguments my sweetie picks on me all day
Chorus: All day long we fight and fuss but just as sure as Fate when we get together in the moonlight we get along great
Music by: Violinsky.
Words by: Ryan, Ben, and Billy Rose.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: When you're in love.
First Line: Happiness is hard to find I mean that enduring kind
Chorus: Never try to foll the moon when that feeling comes in June 'cause you'll never fool the moon
Music by: Little, George A., and Johnny Burke.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Where the bab bab babbling brook (goes bub bub bubbling by).
First Line: Sweetheart, the blossoms are falling, the wildwood is calling to you and to me
Chorus: We'll spend hours in a world of flowers, underneath the heavenly sky
Music by: Nelson, Ed. G.
Words by: Pease, Harry, and Charles O'Flynn.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: Why did you?[ at head of title: You made me love you].
First Line: You made me love you, thought you loved me too only to find you're just pretending
Chorus:
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and Mickey Kippel.
Words by:
P/P/D: S. I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You and I in the moonlight.
First Line: The sun is sinking in the Golden West and you and I are all alone
Chorus: By the stream, let us dream you and I, in the moonlight
Music by: Jerome, M. K.
Words by: Washington, Ned.
P/P/D: S. I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

Title: You're my silver lining of love.
First Line: Life has brought me rainy days galore, gloomy days that always made me blue
Chorus: I don't chase the rainbow, I don't need the rainbow, you're my silver lining of love
Music by: Tobias, Charles, Benee Russell, and Vincent Rose.
Words by: Tobias, Charles, Benee Russell, and Vincent Rose.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1923-1929

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Title: All through the night.
First Line: After the laughter of gay day is through
Chorus: When the pale moon beams, take me in your dreams
Music by: Yorke, Helen, Norman Clark, and Rudy Vallee.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Carl Fischer Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Any old time.
First Line: Any old time you want to come back home, drop me a line
Chorus:
Music by: Rogers, Jimmie.
Words by: Rogers, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Baby's birthday party.
First Line: Dainty little flowers are nodding away the hours
Chorus:
Music by: Ronell, Ann.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Bye bye blues.
First Line: I got a big surprise when I saw you smile I never dreamed that it could be
Chorus: Bye bye blues, bye bye blues, bells ring, birds sing
Music by: Hamm, Fred, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown, and Chauncey Gray.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Confessin' that I love you.
First Line: How I long to tell you that I love you
Chorus: l love you tell me do you love me too
Music by: Daugherty, Doc, and Ellis Reynolds.
Words by: Neiburg, Al. J.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Congratulations.
First Line: Our love affair is ending, I know you've ceased to care
Chorus: I offer you congratulations, I really mean it from my heart
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo, Coleman Goetz, Green, and Stept.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Croonin' in the moonlight.
First Line: Blues take 'em away and play me a sweet melody
Chorus: Croonin' in the moonlight croonin' on the levee where the Mississippi flows
Music by: Hancock, John, and Martin Dul Gov.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Master Music Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Don't tell her what's happened to me.
First Line: I loved her, I lost her, she craved thrill I can't forget her I love her still
Chorus: Tell me where she is tell me where she goes, tell me who she knows
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Down in Shenandoah Valley.
First Line: Chapel bells are softly ringing o'er the hill, nightingale is calling to the whippoorwill
Chorus: Down in Shenadoah Valley, where I fell in love with you
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Carl Fischer Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Embraceable you.
First Line: Dozens of girls would storm up; I had to lock my door
Chorus: Embrace me, my sweet embraceable you! Embrace me, you irreplaceable you!
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : New World Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Gee, but I'd like to make you happy.
First Line: I never really knew what love could do
Chorus: I've got a dog, and I've got a cat, and I've got a cozy little, sweet little rosy little place for your hat
Music by: Shay, Larry, George Ward, and Reggie Montgomery.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Georgia on my mind.
First Line: Melodies bring memories that linger in my heart
Chorus: Georgia, Georgia, the whole day through, just an old sweet song keeps Georgia on my mind
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Gorrell, Stuart.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Good evenin'.
First Line: Homeward bound at close of day, all my troubles fade away
Chorus: The chapel bells are ringin', where ivy vines are clingin'
Music by: Seymour, Tot, Charles O'Flynn, and Al Hoffman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Davis, Coots & Engel, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Hangin' on a lamp post (singin' a song).
First Line: I just left the boyfriends, what a jolly lot
Chorus: Hangin' on a lamp post all the night long
Music by: Tobias, Charles, and Murray Mencher.
Words by: Tobias, Charles, Mencher.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Headin' for better times.
First Line: There's a train been standing still a year or so, but I've heard some happy news today
Chorus: Put a coat of joy right on in a minute we'll be gone
Music by: Tobias, Charles, and Murray Mencher.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Here comes Emily Brown.
First Line: Who just stepped right off a 'plane who wouldn't use a train to see me
Chorus: Look out the way, here comes Emily
Music by: Meskill, Jack.
Words by: Conrad, Con.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Highway to heaven.
First Line: Now that I know how you feel about me there's a heavy heart that's feeling light.
Chorus: I'm going your way, you're going my way, we're on the highway to heaven
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I don't mind walkin' in the rain (when I'm walkin' in the rain with you).
First Line: It's raining, it's raining, I hope it rains all day long
Chorus: I don't mind walkin' in the rain when I'm walkin' in the rain with you
Music by: Rich, Max, and Al Hoffman.
Words by: Rich, Max, and Al Hoffman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher,Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I love love (Countess).
First Line: Ev'rytime is the last time in the pastime of the heart
Chorus: I love love. I'm mad about making up right after a breaking up, it's grand!
Music by: Dolan, Robert.
Words by: O'Keefe, Walter.
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: If you're not kissing me.
First Line: I was a simpleton roaming through books reading of Venus and Mars
Chorus: The mountains kiss the big blue sky, the breezes kiss ev'ry tree
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'll never love anyone but you.
First Line: Who knows what tomorrow may bring, it may be clear and then
Chorus: I'll never love anyone but you, just you alone no one else will do
Music by: Tobias, Henry H.
Words by: Tobias, Charles, and Harry Tobias.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'm confessin' (that I love you).
First Line: How I long to tell you that I love you, love finds a way, so poets say
Chorus: I'm confessin' that I love you, tell me, do you love me too?
Music by: Dougherty, Doc, and Ellis Reynolds.
Words by: Neiburg, Al. J.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'm so afraid of you.
First Line: If love is so grand why am I fearful? I should be cheerful and gay
Chorus: I'm so afraid of you, because I know that you know how I love you
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, and Harry Ruby.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Incorporated, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: In old Granada.
First Line: Moonlight a glow in old Granada guitars played low your songs again
Chorus: Moonlight in old Granada, scent of the orange flow'rs
Music by: Maduro, Chas.
Words by: Moore, Elizabeth Evelyn.
P/P/D: New York : Master Music Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Lady play your Mandolin.
First Line: Of all those Spanish singers, there's one with magic fingers
Chorus: Lady play your mandolin, lady let that tune begin
Music by: Levant, Oscar.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Incorporated, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Love is a dreamer.
First Line: Though your smiles are not for me, though my love seems all in vain
Chorus: Dreamer, fashioning dreams for me, making each day, a day divine
Music by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
Words by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The man I could have loved.
First Line: I'm disillusioned over a man, the one I really could have cared for
Chorus: If he had held me close and whispered to me, the things we could have done so happy and free
Music by: Byington, Patricia.
Words by: Byington, Patricia.
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: My bluebird was caught in the rain.
First Line: Why are most people happy why can't I be happy too
Chorus: So here am I watching and waiting for my blue bird for baby bluebird
Music by: Rich, Max.
Words by: Creamer, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: My ideal.
First Line: Long ago my heart and mind; got together and designed
Chorus: Will I ever find the girl (boy) in my mind the one who is my ideal
Music by: Whiting, Richard A., and Newell Chase.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: My Jean.
First Line: I seem to live again, under the skies of Spain
Chorus: My Jean, I hear the birds I love so well proclaim
Music by: Lincoff, Gertrude.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: S.l. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Old New England moon.
First Line: When the shadows fall I'm lonely lonely as a soul can be
Chorus: Old New England moon I'm pining pining for a sight of you
Music by: Vance, Dave, and George P. Howard.
Words by: Vance, Dave, and George P. Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: On a night like this (beneath a lover's moon).
First Line: Moon above brought us love, making a heaven for two
Chorus: On a night like this beneath a lover's moon you became the only one for me
Music by: Gusman, Meyer.
Words by: Sandry, Vin.
P/P/D: New York : Meyer Gusman Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: On the winding Santa Fe.
First Line: I spend the long days and sleepless nights counting ev'ry mile till I'll see your smile
Chorus:
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Abel Baer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edw. B. Marks Music Co., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The scamp of the campus.
First Line: Every school and college has a guy like me
Chorus: I'm the scamp of the campus, oh, I never study latin 'cause it's just a lot of Greek
Music by: Greer, Jesse.
Words by: Klages, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Sing song girl (little yella Cinderella).
First Line: In a little Chi-nee joss-house way downtown, where pig tails reach the ground
Chorus: My sing song song girl, my little yella Cinderella
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co. Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Something to remember you by.
First Line: You are leaving me, and I will try to face the world alone
Chorus: Oh, give me something to remember you by, when you are far away from me, dea
Music by: Schwartz, Arthur.
Words by: Dietz, Howard.
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: That would be heaven to me.
First Line: Are you the one dear? My heart has won dear for you have it that is real
Chorus: To hold your charms, in my loving arms that would be heaven to me
Music by: Galligan, C. H.
Words by: Gallingan, C. H.
P/P/D: New York : Artist Publishers, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: There's something missing in your eyes.
First Line: There isn't any good pretending, pretending in vain
Chorus: Though your lips you still surrender, yet my heart within me cries
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Dave Dreyer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edw. B. Marks Music Co., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Things that money can't buy.
First Line: I fell in love with you and love made me wise
Chorus: Sunlight and showers give us the flowers, nobody can deny
Music by: Simons, Seymour.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: S.I. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: To make a long story short (I love you).
First Line: I have so much to say dear, I don't know where to start
Chorus: Just make a long story short, I'll begin at the end, with love you
Music by: Gay, Byron.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Under the spell of your kiss.
First Line: I always thought that love would come to stay, and though I tried so hard, it did not last
Chorus: Oh, I never knew love could be like this I'm still under the spell of your kiss
Music by: Jerome, M. K.
Words by: Jasmyn, Joan.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: With a smile on my face and a tear in my heart (I said goodbye to you).
First Line: I didn't want you to feel sorry for me, when you told me our love had to end
Chorus: With a smile on my face and a tear in my heart, I said good bye to you
Music by: Piantadosi, Al, and Carmen Lombardo.
Words by: Oppenheim, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

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Title: Another candle on your birthday cake.
First Line: What a happy day for you, dear, what a happy day in store
Chorus: Another candle on your birthday cake, congratulations, dear
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Tobias, Charlie, and Carl Field.
P/P/D: S.I. : Miller Music Incorporated, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: As long as I live.
First Line: I never knew that love could be like this, dear I never dreamt that it would come my way
Chorus: A night of splendor, your sweet surrender, I'll hold it tender, as long as I live
Music by: Harrison, Charles.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : National Music Co., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Beautiful love.
First Line: Now that I've met you, love, can't you see I'm just a slave and a dreamer, schemer
Chorus: Beautiful love, you're all a mystery! Beautiful love, what have you done to me?
Music by: Young, Victor, Wayne King, and Egbert Van Alstyne.
Words by: Gillispie, Haven.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Chances are.
First Line: Life dear is too uncertain our love affair is new
Chorus: Chances are I'd be faithful too you chances are I'd be mindful to do
Music by: Barris, Harry, and Gus Arnheim.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Freed & Powers Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Come to me.
First Line: In bygone days when skies were always blue, you told me I could depend on you
Chorus: If you can hear me calling, dear, come to me, come to me
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Don't tell a soul (we're in love).
First Line: Now we know it's honest and true, dear, that I love you, dear, and you love me
Chorus: Don't tell a soul we love each other, don't tell a soul lest they discover
Music by: Pepper, Harry S.
Words by: Pepper, Harry S.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Good night sweetheart.
First Line: The day is over and its cares and woes in peaceful sweet repose
Chorus: Good night sweetheart, till we meet tomorrow good night sweetheart
Music by: Noble, Ray, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg. Connelly.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: Green eyes aquellos ojos verdes.
First Line: Life held no charm, dear, until I met you
Chorus: Your green eyes with their soft lights, your eyes that promise sweet nights
Music by: Menendez, Nilo.
Words by: Utrera, Adolfo.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Guilty.
First Line: Tho' you've decided that our love is wrong, and think that we should part
Chorus: Is it a sin, is it a crime loving you, dear, like I do? Guilty, guilty of loving you
Music by: Kahn, Gus, Harry Akst, and Richard A. Whiting.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Havana Rose.
First Line: You're so melancholy sunshine's what you need
Chorus: Havana Rose the bright lights mock you Havana Rose
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray, and Alma Colgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Silver Swan Music Publications, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Hiding in the shadows of the moon.
First Line: I'm never found among the lights darkness is where I spend my nights
Chorus: High up above the moon is in the sky love is ev'rywhere and here am I
Music by: Rich, Max, and Helmy Kresa.
Words by: Scholl, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: How I long for you tonight.
First Line: Softly, sweetly something's calling, it must be that I'm in love
Chorus: How I long for you tonight, dear, for the joy to have you here
Music by: Peterson, Walter, Ella Frances, and Charlie Harrison.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : National Music Co., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I don't suppose.
First Line: When I start make believing I make believe you're near
Chorus: I don't suppose that you could care, I don't suppose it would be fair
Music by: Malneck, Matt.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: S.I. : Harms Incorporated, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I love you in the same sweet way.
First Line: When the shadows fall, I love to recall all the days that used to be
Chorus: I love you in the same sweet way, dear love you more than I can say
Music by: King, Robert A.
Words by: Moll, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: If you can't sing, whistle.
First Line: You can hear all the while, songs that say "cheer up and smile"
Chorus: When things are going wrong, if you can't sing a song, just whistle! whistle!
Music by: Hart, Jack, and Tom Blight.
Words by: Hart, Jack, and Tom Blight.
P/P/D: New York : Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: If you haven't got love.
First Line: I have the proper number of eyes and mouth and nose
Chorus: More things in life I've plenty of what good's this, that or the other, if you haven't got love?
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'm all dressed up with a broken heart.
First Line: Life is only what you make it, so take it that way
Chorus: I'm all dressed up with a broken heart, just like an actor that plays a part
Music by: Fisher, Fred, Stella Unger, and Harold Stern.
Words by: Fisher, Fred, Stella Unger, and Harold Stern.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'm sorry dear.
First Line: I have learned my lesson, my heart is confessin' I have been unfair to you
Chorus: Just like a rose you faded your life is what I made it
Music by: Weeks, Anson, Harry Tobias, and Johnnie Scott.
Words by: Weeks, Anson, Harry Tobias, and Johnnie Scott.
P/P/D: New York : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: It's the girl!
First Line: Some folks need atmosphere when they're making love
Chorus: It isn't the paddle, it's not the canoe, it isn't the river or skies that are blue
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Oppenheim, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I've just got eyes for Susie.
First Line: Feel my head, feel my heart I'm so weak I'll fall apart
Chorus: I'm wheezy, I'm woozy, I've just got eyes for Susie
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Jig time.
First Line: You've heard lot-ta talk 'bout rhythm and how it affects the mind
Chorus: I love that jig time, I got-ta have jig time, please gim-me that jig time
Music by: Weem, Ted, and Country Washburne.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Just another romance (now I know it's love).
First Line: The night you found your way to me will always be a memory
Chorus: When your lips caressed me, what could I think of?
Music by: Columbo, Russ, and Con Conrad.
Words by: Neiburg, Al. J.
P/P/D: S.I. : Con Conrad Music Publisher Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Keep kissable.
First Line: All the kisses that you give me, they mean more to me each day
Chorus: Keep kissable, keep hugable, keep lovable for me
Music by: Russell, Benee.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Let a little pleasure interfere with business.
First Line: Something's wrong with you, here's what's wrong with you
Chorus: Let a little pleasure interfere with business and the sun will shine when the darkest clouds appear
Music by: Little, Little Jack.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Let's pretend we're sweethearts.
First Line: Love, love, why be without it? Let's do something about it
Chorus: So let's pretend we're sweethearts, let's both say "I love you"
Music by: Russell, Benee, and Harry Tierney.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Lies.
First Line: Gone are all of my love dreams, my heart cries I know now that it's too late
Chorus: Lies that made me happy, lies that made me blue
Music by: Barris, Harry.
Words by: Springer, George E.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Like a harp of gold.
First Line: Love's melody for you and me lives alone memory
Chorus: Heart is like a harp of gold on which love's story once was told
Music by: Leffingwell, Roy.
Words by: Leeson, Lois.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Roy Leffingwell Publishing Co., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Love is like that (what can you do?).
First Line: Love came along, sang a song of all that it would bring, how wonderful, how sweet my life would be
Chorus: It takes you, it breaks you, it comes and then forsakes you
Music by: Russell, Benee.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Mule skinner blues.
First Line: Good morning captain good morning, sir
Chorus: Yo-del lay-ee yo-del lay-ee yo-del ee-dle o-dle lay-ee yo-del ay-ee
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: One of us was wrong.
First Line: One little word spoken in haste, one little sweetheart can't be replaced
Chorus: One of us was wrong and so we parted. One of us was wrong, and now we're thru
Music by: Goering, Al.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Prisoner of love.
First Line: Someone, that I belong to, doesn't belong to me
Chorus: Alone from night to night, you'll find me, too weak to break the chains that bind me
Music by: Columbo, Russ.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: S.l. : Con Conrad Music Publisher Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Reflections of you (no hea la oe).
First Line: Palm trees, why are you swaying? Sea breeze, what are you saying?
Chorus: I mould your likness in the sand, and I find I drew reflections of you
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Co., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: River, stay 'way from my door.
First Line: You're just a lonely little river but I have heard somebody say
Chorus: You keep goin' your way I'll keep goin' my way river, stay 'way from my door
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Sweet and lovely.
First Line: There's sweetness in the call of the woodland dove as his love song echoes thru the trees
Chorus: Sweet and lovely sweeter than the roses in May sweet and lovely
Music by: Arnheim, Gus, Harry Tobias, and Jules Lemare.
Words by: Arnheim, Gus, Harry Tobias, and Jules Lemare.
P/P/D: New York : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: There's a ring around the moon.
First Line: Looks like rain, feels like rain, lover's lane is deserted again
Chorus: There's a ring around the moon, that's a wedding they say
Music by: Goodhart, Al, and Ed. G. Nelson.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Those gambler's blues.
First Line: Oh, oh, hey, hey, hey, ho, hey, it was down in Big Kid's barroom, on a corner beyond the square
Chorus:
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
Words by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Train whistle blues.
First Line: When a woman gets the blues, she hang's her little head and cries
Chorus:
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Travelin' blues.
First Line: I had a dream last night, I thought my good gal had gone
Chorus: I'm goin' away, leavin' today, I'm gonna bring my baby back
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie, and Shelly Lee Alley.
Words by: Rodgers, Jimmie, and Shelly Lee Alley.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Twenty one years.
First Line:
Chorus: The judge said "Stand up, boy, and dry up your tears, you're sentenced to Nashville for twenty one years"
Music by: Miller, Bob.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: What am I gonna do for lovin'?
First Line: No, no, no; please don't go, why give up the game?
Chorus: What am I gonna do for lovin', honey when you go away?
Music by: Bernard, Felix.
Words by: Hoffman, Al.
P/P/D: S.l. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939
Note: Two versions of this title are held. Version #2 is a special copy for organists.

Title: When Yuba plays the rumba on the tuba.
First Line: His name was Yuba! He was homely, he was dumb; and so was Yuba just a big ambitious bum
Chorus: Down in Havana there's a funny lookin' boob-a; he plays the Rumba on the tuba, down in Cuba.
Music by: Hupfeld, Herman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Yes or no.
First Line: 'Twould take a Sherlock Holmes to figure out how I stand with you.
Chorus: You've got me running around in circles each day, I'm on a "merry go 'round," you've got me that way
Music by: Rich, Max.
Words by: O'Flynn, Charles.
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939
Note: Two versions of this title are held. Version #2 is a special copy for organists.

Title: You really started something.
First Line: I was so unconcerned, with life, and then I learned, it really is worth the while
Chorus: I'm reading poems instead of the news, it's very plain to see
Music by: Kisco, Charley, Gus Arnheim, and Ralph Freed.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Freed & Powers Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

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Title: Balling' the Jack.
First Line: Folks in Georgia's 'bout to go insane since that new dance down in Georgia came
Chorus: First you put your two knees close up tight then you sway 'em to the left, then you sway 'em to the right
Music by: Smith, Chris.
Words by: Burris, Jim.
P/P/D: S.I. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: El Caramelero (the candy vendor).
First Line: Quien va por a hi Quien va por a hi que sien to un ti lin ti lin que sien to un ti lin ti lin
Chorus:
Music by: Bryon, Enrique.
Words by: Bryon, Enrique, and Hughie Prince.
P/P/D: Mexico City, Mexico : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: China Doll.
First Line: There's a little toy shop down the street where the kiddies love to meet
Chorus: China Doll, with your little lace parasol and your babyface
Music by: Murray, Alan, and Ray Noble.
Words by: Murray, Alan, and Ray Noble.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The clockwork toy parade.
First Line: Now if you are at leisure, and fond of seeking pleasure, come where I'm wanting to take you
Chorus: Come along with me if you want to be at the clockwork toy parade
Music by: Sarony, Leslie.
Words by: Sarony, Leslie.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Considerin'.
First Line: I wish you'd let yourself go; dear. I'd like to know, dear, whether you care
Chorus: Considerin' we're both in love, and above there's a moon that beckons to me and you
Music by: Valentine, Val.
Words by: Young, Arthur.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Good times coming.
First Line: Moaning sisters, moaning brothers, there ain't no use to weep or whine
Chorus: Good times coming, bad times going, good times coming here to stay
Music by: Bibo, Irving, and Albert Von Tilzer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Bibo-Lang Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Grateful.
First Line: The love you brought my way the joy I know today
Chorus: Dearest I'm so grateful always will be grateful for the love you're giving me
Music by: Sims, Bartley.
Words by: Miller, Hal.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Gene Johnston Music Publishers, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Home on the range.
First Line: Oh why did I roam from my far away home, how I wish I were back there to stay
Chorus: Home, home on the range, how I wish I were back there to stay
Music by: Potter, Harold.
Words by:
P/P/D: Philadelphia, Penn. : Morris Music Pub. Co., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I love you best of all.
First Line: Darling the sunshine grows brighter, when you are by my side
Chorus: I love the silver in your hair. I love the gold that lingers there
Music by: Taylor, Tell.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: In London on a night like this.
First Line: People pine for skies that are blue and search for romance in lands that are new
Chorus:
Music by: Young, Arthur.
Words by: Valentine, Val.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: It was midnight on the ocean.
First Line: Now I know a little ditty, it's as crazy as can be; the guy who wrote it said so as he handed it to me.
Chorus: Ain't we crazy? Ain't we crazy? Oh, this is the way we pass the time away; aint' we crazy?
Music by: McClintock, Harry K., and Sterling Sherwin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Listen to the German band.
First Line: In the neighborhood I liff ev'ry day at twelff, comes around a certain band and I enchoy myself
Chorus: Listen to the German band the music's grand
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Co., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: A little street where old friends meet.
First Line: Homesick, heart sick, nothing seems real; that's how I feel today
Chorus: It's just a little street where old friends meet, I'd love to wander back some day
Music by: Kahn, Gus, and Harry Woods.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Living in clover.
First Line: I've done with blue days I somehow knew that fate intended this to be
Chorus: Sun is shining and skies are blue life's just wonderful when you're two
Music by: Posford, George.
Words by: Marvell, Holt.
P/P/D: New York : Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Manhattan.
First Line: Summer journeys to Niagara and to other places aggravate all our cares
Chorus: We'll have Manhattan the Bronx and Statten Island too
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hart, Lorenz.
P/P/D: S.I. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Marching along together.
First Line: Off we go with bulging packs on broad and manly backs, ev'ryone happy and singing a song
Chorus: Marching along together, singing all along the line, what do we care for weather?
Music by: Steininger, Frank, and Edward Pola.
Words by: Steininger, Frank, and Edward Pola.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The Marines' Hymn.
First Line: From the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli
Chorus:
Music by: Phillips, L. Z.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.I. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: My river home.
First Line: Big town you've got the best of me, big town there is no rest for me
Chorus: Longing for my river home, along the 'sippy shore
Music by: Petkere, Bernice.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: 'Neath the Silv'ry Moon.
First Line: 'Neath the Silv'ry Moon we met dear a little quarrel and we parted
Chorus: 'Neath the Silv'ry Moon sweetheart, once again back in lover's lane once more
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Friend, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The "OI" song.
First Line: What's this latest racket? What's the latest gag?
Chorus: OI! (Oi!) Whene'er you meet any pals. OI! (Oi!) That's how you greet any pals
Music by: Carlton, Harry.
Words by: Carlton, Harry.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Old Vienna Moon.
First Line: When we met in Vienna in June, when we danced by the light of the moon
Chorus:
Music by: Zadowski, Jan.
Words by: Lebert, Ludwig.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Rackety Rax.
First Line: Come with me, one and all, park your body at the pigskin ball
Chorus: Pick up your marbles, pick up your jacks, it's time to lam and scram, to the prom dance
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Movietone Music Corp., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Silver hair and heart of gold.
First Line: As I weave my golden dreams, I'm a kid again it seems
Chorus: Silver hair and heart of gold, what a treasure to behold, silver hair and heart of gold
Music by: Maurice, Peter, and Jos. Geo. Gilbert.
Words by: Maurice, Peter, and Jos. Geo. Gilbert.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Songs of the bells.
First Line: Ev'ning is bringing the song that I love, sent by the angels from heaven above
Chorus: Song of the bells, sweet melody, tenderly tells a story to me
Music by: Pola, Edward, Jack Hylton, and Franz Steininger.
Words by: Pola, Edward, Jack Hylton, and Franz Steininger.
P/P/D: London : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Strange interlude.
First Line: Interlude, oh so strange, keeps my love burning
Chorus: The world is such a silent place since you've gone, no consolation
Music by: Baker, Phil.
Words by: Bernie, Ben, and Walter Hirsch.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Incorporated, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: There's something in your eyes.
First Line: Love was a mystery till our first greeting
Chorus: There's something in your eyes I see they seem to sympathize with me
Music by: Grothe, Franz.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Who'd believe (you're in love with me).
First Line: Miracles can happen, one happened to me on the lucky day that I met you, dear
Chorus: Who'd believe that you could really love me, who'd believe to take a look at you
Music by: Barris, Harry.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: S.I. : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: You didn't want me when you had me (so why do you want me now).
First Line: Why do you try to waken memory, why talk about the days that used to be
Chorus: You didn't want me when you had me, so why do you want me now?
Music by: Bennett, Geo. J.
Words by: Russell, Ben, and Bernie Grossman.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: You tell her - I stutter.
First Line: Bill McCloskey was a husky healthy, handsome lad
Chorus: You, you, you, you, you, you, tell her 'cause I, I, I, I, I, I stutter and O, o, o, o, always get in dutch
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1933____________________

Title: Here is my heart (here is my hand).
First Line: It is my fate, I find, to dream of you, but in this state of mind I'm blue
Chorus: Here is my heart, here is my hand, here's all my love at your command
Music by: Ballard, Pat, and Charles Henderson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : American Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: My first love to last.
First Line: If I've made a botch of life wasn't it rather scotch of life
Chorus: Your my first love a long, long rehearsed love, you're my first love to last
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Marion, George, Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Movietone Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: My heart's desire.
First Line: There's a new idea now dawning in my brain skies above are clear now I haven't lived in vain
Chorus: Ev'ry little song I sing is like a song of spring I'm always singing to my heart's desire
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Marion, George, Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Movietone Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Peach picking time down in Georgia.
First Line: When it's peach pickin' time in Georgia, apples pickin' time in' Tennessee
Chorus:
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie, and C. McMichen.
Words by: Rodgers, Jimmie, and C. McMichen.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Sweetheart of sweet sixteen.
First Line: Sweetheart, this is May, and a wedding day will be coming soon for you and me
Chorus: You're like a rose, a rose in the bud, my sweetheart of sweet sixteen
Music by: Coots, Fred J.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: You're gonna lose your gal.
First Line: Flirtin' with the devil, you'll get in the deep. Water finds it level, bitter tears you'll weep
Chorus: You're gonna lose your gal, you don't know who's your gal
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1934____________________

Title: My shawl (ombo).
First Line: In some Cuban town you stop watching an old maker of shawls
Chorus: My shawl pretty lady try it on you but my shawl spun in magic wishes come true
Music by: Cugat, Xavier.
Words by: Adams, Stanley, and Pedro Berrios.
P/P/D: S.I. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Stay as sweet as you are.
First Line: Beloved, I think nothing but the best of you
Chorus: Stay as sweet as you are, don't let a thing ever change you
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: S.l. : Paramount Productions Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: With every breath I take.
First Line: I was gay and free 'till you looked at me so sweetly
Chorus: I think of you with ev'ry breath I take and ev'ry breath becomes a sigh
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1935____________________

Title: Nobody's darlin' but mine.
First Line: Come sit by my side little darlin' come lay your cool hand on my brow
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: When love knocks at your heart.
First Line: You may be worldly you may be wise and 'way beyond your years
Chorus: When love knocks at your heart open up your heart and let love in
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1936____________________

Title: Blue bonnet girl.
First Line: Down in Texas there's a blossom blooming in the moonlight
Chorus: Blue bonnet girl, a Texas moon caresses you, leaving her light, soft as the night
Music by: Spencer, Glenn.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Cool Water.
First Line: All day I've faced a barren waste without the taste of water cool water
Chorus: Keep a movin', Dan, don't you listen to him, Dan, he's a devil, not a man
Music by: Nolan, Bob.
Words by: Nolan, Bob.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'm waiting for you in the Rockies.
First Line: In the Rockies today it is June time, oh, it's wonderful beauty I see
Chorus: I'm waiting for you in the Rockies, where the skies are so fair and so blue
Music by: Brix, Al.
Words by: Horan, Jack, and Mary H. Woolsey.
P/P/D: Great Falls, Mont. : Alfred K. Brix, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Twilight on the trail.
First Line:
Chorus: When it's twilight on the trail and I jog along the world is like a dream, and the ripple of the stream is my song
Music by: Mitchell, Sidney D., and Louis Alter.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1937____________________

Title: The flea hop.
First Line: All you "shags" and "swing a roos," here's some nifty news for youse
Chorus: The flea hop'll get you, the flea hop'll get you
Music by: Oppenheim, Dave, Al Jacobs, and Jack Palmer.
Words by: Sanford, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Stasny Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Harlem Casanova.
First Line: In days of old when knights were bold, Casanova was the big "how do you do?"
Chorus: Who makes the ladies stop and sigh? Who makes them holler "what a guy"
Music by: Klages, Raymond, James Cavanaugh, and Frank Weldon.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Empire Music Publishing Co., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: How am I to know?
First Line: Each ev'ning I wonder what are your thoughts of me
Chorus: How am I to know that you are in love, how am I to know you love me?
Music by: Trace, Al, and Wendell Arensdorff.
Words by: Whitney, Margaret.
P/P/D: West Allis, Wisc. : Wendell Arensdorff, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I love my wife; but, oh, you kid!
First Line: Henry Green had family troubles all his married life
Chorus: Well I love my wife but oh you kid oh you kid oh you kid you've got me clean off my lid
Music by: Armstrong, Harry, and Billy Clark.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Harry Armstrong, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: In a little Carolina town.
First Line: How I miss ev'ry tender kiss of the one I love so well
Chorus: In a little Carolina town, the one I long to see is waiting there for me
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Jacob Loeb.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Jacob Loeb.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Snowtime Serenade.
First Line: Sleigh bells are ringing, rhythmic'lly swinging; still it may well be June
Chorus: Out in the birght winter night, we're riding through acres of white
Music by: Harper, Marjorie, Don Baker, and Bill Livingston.
Words by: Harper, Marjorie, Don Baker, and Bill Livingston.
P/P/D: New York : Alfred Music Co. Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Sweet is the word for you.
First Line: I look at you, and from the blue I seem to hear a voice repeating "this is the night"
Chorus: Sweet you in the moonlight, sweet is the word for you
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1938____________________

Title: Bewildered.
First Line: The joy you brought to me is just a memory
Chorus: Bewildered lost in a dream of you where is the love I knew, why did we part?
Music by: Powell, Teddy.
Words by: Whitcup, Leonard.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corp., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: For months and months and months.
First Line: My mother always told me that I had a splendid voice
Chorus: But I don't suppose I'll sing it again for months and months and months
Music by: Norworth, Jack, and Nora Bayes.
Words by: Tabrar, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Honey Boy.
First Line: Must you really sail away my honey boy must you go
Chorus: Honey boy I hate to see you leaving honey boy you know my heart is grieving
Music by: Von Tilzer, Al.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: If it rains-who cares!
First Line: There was a time April showers would fill me with fear
Chorus: If it rains, who cares! It's never cloudy above because I'm in love with you
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Love is here to stay.
First Line: The more I read the papers the less I comprehend
Chorus: It's very clear our love is here to stay; not for a year but ever and a day
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : Gershwin Publishing Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Music, Maestro, Please!
First Line: A table near the band, a small one some cigarettes, a drink, yes
Chorus: Tonight I mustn't think of her, music, maestro, please
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Our glorious America.
First Line: Land of patriot dream, ring out Liberty's theme!
Chorus: Our glorious America, fair homeland we adore!
Music by: Clark, Kenneth S.
Words by: Clark, Kenneth S.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Santa Claus and his reindeer.
First Line: Gliding over falling snow, here they come and there they go!
Chorus:
Music by: Prosser, Ruth.
Words by: Prosser, Ruth.
P/P/D: New York : Prosser Music Publishing Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The sexton is ringing the bells.
First Line: Our long cherish'd dreams are about to come true
Chorus: The sexton is ringing the bells. Those happy, wedding bells
Music by: Young, Leslie.
Words by:
P/P/D: Cincinnati, Ohio : Merrell Schwarz Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Spring tonic.
First Line: There's a new spring tonic in the air, if you only want to find it there
Chorus:
Music by: Burton, Al, and Frank Saputo.
Words by: Roberts, Gene.
P/P/D: S.I. : Edward B. Marks Music Corp., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Swingin' the nursery rhymes.
First Line: You have to have imagination, if you want to get along, they say
Chorus: Picture Mother Hubbard, strutin' to the cupboard
Music by: Oppenheim, Dave, Jack Palmer, and Al Jacobs.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Stasny Music Corp., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: That lovin' Traumerei.
First Line: Moses Johnson played piano mighty swell he could play Trovatore and William Tell
Chorus: "Play that Traumerei for me!" "A lovin' feelin' comes a stealin' with that melody"
Music by: Stauffer, Aubrey.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Until you went away.
First Line: You said good-bye and left me broken hearted I'm lonely just as lonely as can be
Chorus: I never knew how much I'd miss you until you went away
Music by: Morse, Lou, and Walter Shaughnessy.
Words by:
P/P/D: Boston, Mass. : Back Bay Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1939____________________

Title: Bless you.
First Line: I never heard the bells of evening without a feeling of regret
Chorus: Bless you for being an angel just when it seemed that heaven was not for me
Music by: Lane, Eddie, and Don Baker.
Words by: Lane, Eddie, and Don Baker.
P/P/D: New York : Words and Music Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: I'll never smile again.
First Line: You loved me in the past, but our romance didn't last
Chorus: I'll never smile again until I smile at you I'll never laugh again what good would it do?
Music by: Lowe, Ruth.
Words by: Lowe, Ruth.
P/P/D: New York : Sun Music Co. Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Love never dies.
First Line: A flower blooming bright today, tomorrow hangs its head, they say
Chorus:
Music by: Bereny, Henri.
Words by: Paulton, Edward A.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Make me love you like I never loved before.
First Line: Honey, I'm unhappy, that is why I sigh, longing for the lovelight, from a loving eye
Chorus: Love me, like I want you to love me, love me, like I love you
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co., Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: The rose I gave to you.
First Line: We strolled beneath the moonlight in nature's garden fair
Chorus: When I see a bouquet of roses, I always dream of you
Music by: Dayfotis, John, and Francis Pauly.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Art Music Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Since the angels took my mother far away.
First Line: I remember the night daddy came to my bed and he told me that mother was ill
Chorus: I am daddy's little tot, and the only pal he's got
Music by: Filenius, George, Beth Rhodes, and Hal Kent.
Words by: Filenius, George, Beth Rhodes, and Hal Kent.
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: They gotta quit kickin' my dawg aroun'.
First Line: Wunst me 'n Lem Briggs 'n ol' Bill Brown truck a load of cawn to town
Chorus: Every time I come to town, the boys keep kickin' my dawg aroun'
Music by: Perkins, Cy.
Words by: Oungst, Webb M.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

Title: Yosemite Valley.
First Line: Water falls so grand, and towering cliffs and domes
Chorus: There's a trail winding through Yosemite Valley, in the land where the sun always shines
Music by: Johnson, Arlo.
Words by: Johnson, Arlo.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1930-1939

____________________ 1940____________________

Title: Accident'ly on purpose.
First Line: It wasn't chance that romance happened to come to me
Chorus: Accident'ly on purpose you paused while passing by
Music by: McCray, Don, and Ernest Gold.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Alabama Lullaby.
First Line: You have danced and swayed to rhythm bands that got their swing in cradle days from tender hands
Chorus: Oh hush your mouth and cease your cries you baby mine
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, IL : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: All I desire.
First Line: Once upon a time I was so very smart, my head could tell my heart just when to stop and start
Chorus: All I desire is a lovesong for my heart to cling to
Music by: Lieberman, David.
Words by: Lieberman, David.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Ave Maria.
First Line: Ave Maria gratia plena dominus te cum benedicta
Chorus:
Music by: De Santis, Frances.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Frances De Santis, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Because of you.
First Line: All my days were lonely ones, till you came along
Chorus: Bacause of you there's a song in my heart
Music by: Hammerstein, Arthur, and Dudley Wilkinson.
Words by: Hammerstein, Arthur, and Dudley Wilkinson.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Braggin'.
First Line: Look at you, struttin' like a peacock, puffed up over nothin' at all
Chorus: Braggin', wastin' all your time just braggin'
Music by: Manners, Henry.
Words by: Shirl, Jimmy, and Robert Marko.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Breakfast for two.
First Line: It's a surefire thrill to sit and hold your hand
Chorus: Having breakfast for two what could be sweeter, dear, than breakfast with you
Music by: McKiernan, Joe, Art Wilson, and Merrill Knighton.
Words by: McKiernan, Joe, Art Wilson, and Merrill Knighton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Bugle Woogie.
First Line: Up in Harlem near by Lenox Avenue lived a trumpet player who made boogie woogie his stew
Chorus: Ya gotta get up! Ya gotta get up! Get on your feet right to the beat
Music by: Andrews, Gordon.
Words by: Vestoff, Floria.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Calling all hearts.
First Line: Who done it? Who done it? Cupid's missin' a heart today; lost or strayed or stolen away
Chorus: Calling all hearts, calling all hearts, Cupid's mad as he can be
Music by: Zaret, Hy, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Chicago that toddl'ing town.
First Line: I got a gal, I got a pal, I got a chance, I got a dance, waiting for me
Chorus: Chicago, Chicago, that toddl'ing town, toddl'ing town
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Fisher, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Could I but write a song.
First Line: I don't claim to be a poet, I couldn't rhyme the word "blue"
Chorus: Could I but write a song I'd write one for you, a sweet romantic song concerning us two
Music by: Pauly, Francis.
Words by: Dayfotis, John, and Carroll Loveday.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Eloise.
First Line: Bless your heart, if you want a thrill that's new, there's a girl I will introduce to you
Chorus: She's lovely as a peach, just as hard to reach; dances like a summer breeze
Music by: Gordon, Gary, Bobby Blair, and Tracy Word.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Gee! But you're cute.
First Line: Ain't no wonder I'm so happy, dream of you night and day
Chorus: Gee! But you're cute, you're as cute as can be
Music by: Stearns, George.
Words by: Williams, Russ.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hubert J. Braun Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: G' bye now.
First Line: There are many, many ways to say good-bye
Chorus: Bye now, g' bye now, I thought the party was divine
Music by: Johnson, Olsen, Jay Levison, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Johnson, Olsen, Jay Levison, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Hawaii and you.
First Line: I'm lonely, it's true, and ever so blue
Chorus: My heart's drifting back to an island, for I'm dreaming of you
Music by: Breuer, Harry.
Words by: Ray, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: High on a windy hill.
First Line: High on a hill, moonlight gleams here I stand lost in dreams
Chorus: High on a windy hill I feel my heart stand still
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: How come?
First Line: Would I be wrong to question this change in our romance?
Chorus: How come you're never happy when I call? You're just polite, but that is all
Music by: Green, Harold.
Words by: Stoner, Mickey, and Martin Block.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Hoya.
First Line: Down where tropical breezes play, that's where I met my love one day
Chorus: Hoya your magic spell is in my heart; your coral lips are fascinating, captivating
Music by: Marco, Sano.
Words by: Marco, Sano.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The Hula-formal.
First Line: The charm of a lovely isle, greets you with a smile
Chorus: Hula-formal, has a rhythm of Hula dance divine
Music by: Mallory, Molly, J. P. Fox, and Maurice Roffman.
Words by: Mallory, Molly, J. P. Fox, and Maurice Roffman.
P/P/D: New York : A-1 Music Publishers of America, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I can't forget.
First Line: Things just don't happen, they seem to be planned
Chorus: I can't forget, now that we've met
Music by: Simpson, G. Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: S. l. : G. M. Simpson, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I can't remember to forget.
First Line: I cannot smile dear, now we're apart
Chorus: Though I promised to erase ev'ry mem'ry of your face, I can't remember to forget
Music by: Duning, George W.
Words by: Hampton, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I could tell that you knew.
First Line: Thought I was pretty clever; that you would never know just how my heart does nip ups
Chorus: I could tell that you knew just the moment that you looked in my eyes with a kind of surprise
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Co, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I look at you.
First Line: There was no song here in my heart, till you came by way
Chorus: I look at you and a trumpet plays so sweet. I look at you and a drum begins to beat
Music by: Thorner, Melvin, and Vin Gannon.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Co, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I met you then (I know you now).
First Line: Can you remember when we met? It seems so long ago
Chorus: I met you then I know you now. You smiled when you looked my way
Music by: Carlisle, Una Mae, and Le Roy (Stuff) Smith.
Words by: Carlisle, Una Mae, and Le Roy (Stuff) Smith.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Co, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I'll be goin'.
First Line: The rollin' country's a callin' me; hi ho it's time to go
Chorus: I'll be goin' don't know where I'm goin'; will it be the mountains of the bright blue sea?
Music by: Sour, Robert, and Lee Wainer.
Words by: Sour, Robert, and Lee Wainer.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: In the heart of a rose.
First Line: In the golden west the sun is slowly sinking, and the summer day is drawing to a close
Chorus: In the heart of a rose there's a story sweet, it's a story I'll tell to you
Music by: De Carme, Geo.
Words by: Walsh, J. W.
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: It all comes back to me now.
First Line: Why do I feel so lonely, so lost and blue?
Chorus: It all comes back to me now; starry summer sky, a laughing you and I, alone
Music by: Zaret, Hy, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: It's sad, but true.
First Line: I used to spend my time in idle dreaming, just dreaming of the day when you'd be mine
Chorus: It's sad, but true I'll have to admit we're thru
Music by: Green, Harol.
Words by: Stoner, Mickey, and Martin Block.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Just plain love.
First Line: It was just an evening; weather kind of sad; people sort of touchy; jokes were pretty bad
Chorus: We were introduced last night. Was it really love on sight?
Music by: Sanford, Herb.
Words by: Hull, Henry, Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Keep an eye on your heart.
First Line: From the very moment that I met you, I fell like a ton of bricks
Chorus: Keep an eye on your heart ev'ry moment we're apart
Music by: Manners, Henry.
Words by: Leeds, Milton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Keep your love on ice.
First Line: Its fun to glide and skate beside someone you adore
Chorus: Though the winter days you'll find it pays to keep your love on ice
Music by: Wirges, Bill, and Bob Wald.
Words by: Wirges, Bill, and Bob Wald.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The lamp of memory.
First Line: Night, a secret light is burning, and through the lamp of memory
Chorus:
Music by: Curiel, Gonzalo.
Words by: Stillman, Al.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Leave me with your kisses.
First Line: Ev'rytime you have to leave this town I'm left with nothin'
Chorus: Leave me your kisses. Then when you're away, I'll recall each one of them day by day
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Lest you forget.
First Line: Soon this magic night will be a sweet enchanting memory
Chorus: Lest we forget this night of nights, I give you my heart
Music by: Horn, Les, Joe Lescsak, and Earl Truxell.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Let's draw straws.
First Line: Now gals and fellers, check your umberellers
Chorus: Let's draw straws, and if you draw the short one, I get a kiss from you
Music by: Braine, Robert.
Words by: Conrad, Eugene.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Let's not_and say we did.
First Line: Ho hum, it's good to be home, gee, it's been a tiresome day!
Chorus: What shall we do tonight? How's about a picture show?
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Dramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Little sleepy head.
First Line: So much fussing ev'ry night, aren't you ashamed?
Chorus: Mister Sandman's on his way, better put your toys away
Music by: Dennis, Tommy, and Henry Felice.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Love, you are mine tonight.
First Line: Lost in a dream of romance is the theme of this heavenly meeting tonight
Chorus: Love, you are mine tonight. Here, 'neath a sky of starry light
Music by: Winton, Barry, Irving Schachtel, and Sam Mineo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: May I never love again.
First Line: Ah! my dear, can't you see that you're all the world to me?
Chorus: May I never see the sun go down. May I never feel the falling rain
Music by: Marco, Sano, and Jack Erickson.
Words by: Marco, Sano, and Jack Erickson.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Mister moon-man turn off the light.
First Line: When the moon is shining yellow, and a girlie with her fellow
Chorus: Turn off your light, mister moon man, go and hide your face behind a cloud
Music by: Bayes, Nora, and Jack Norworth.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The moon has gone from heaven.
First Line: Tho' this is an hour of night so deep. Each moment's a flower our mem'ries will keep
Chorus: Sweetheart, the moon has gone from heaven and there's no star in view
Music by: Melsher, Irving.
Words by: Harris, Remus.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The moon won't talk.
First Line: The moon ignores me he sits up there and stares
Chorus: I dreamed that my lover was taking a moonlight walk
Music by: Hathaway, Charlie, and Helen Bliss.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My old gal came a ridin on a plow.
First Line: The preachers wife the old cow hand the milker maid the butcher man
Chorus: My old gal came a ridin on a plow
Music by: White, Barb., and Bob White.
Words by: White, Barb., and Bob White.
P/P/D: Chicago : Radio Music Pub., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Noah's wife lived a wonderful life.
First Line: Listen my dears who shed copious tears
Chorus: Noah's wife lived a wonderful life while floating around in the ark
Music by: Erdman, Ernie, and Abe Olman.
Words by: Yellen, Jack, and Roger Lewis.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: On a little white sailboat.
First Line: I didn't know life could be so thrilling and heavenly
Chorus: On a little white sailboat 'neath a heaven of blue
Music by: Gold, Marty, and George Weiss.
Words by: Gold, Marty, and George Weiss.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: One kiss for tomorrow.
First Line: Tonight may be a dream. The stars around you seem to laugh at me
Chorus: One kiss for tomorrow; one kiss for the sorrow our parting will bring me tonight
Music by: Frydan, Camilla.
Words by: Gamse, Albert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: One little tear told me.
First Line: Oh, darling, now I know I've hurt you so; and though I said I'm thru; I still love you
Chorus: One little tear told me, you must not go
Music by: Forshew, Robert Pierpont, II, and Carley Mills.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: One rainy day (One lovely night).
First Line: So many people think that raindrops just mean tears
Chorus: One rainy day I saw the bluest kind of skies
Music by: Agay, Denes, and Emery H. Heim.
Words by: Jones, Artie.
P/P/D: New York : Foreign and Domestic Music Corp., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Over here.
First Line: Over here over here in the land of free Americans; over here over here we are proud to be Americans
Chorus:
Music by: Ortmann, William.
Words by: Kaye, Billy.
P/P/D: Chicago : Braun Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Patiently.
First Line: When you went away you took the sun with you, and darkness fell around my aching heart
Chorus: Patiently, I waited, it all seemed so in vain; for you were long returning home again
Music by: Watson, Art.
Words by: Healey, Dan.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Merrell Schwarz Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Pee dee wee dee wee (The little bird singing in the tree).
First Line: Out of my window I chanced to see, a little bird up in a tree, and this pretty little birdie swinging in the tree
Chorus:
Music by: White, Barb., and Bob White.
Words by: White, Barb, and Bob White.
P/P/D: Chicago : Radio Music Pub., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Peek-a-boo.
First Line: You've heard of Dina, and Carolina, and maybe Margie too
Chorus: Pee-a-boo, you're driving me mad! Peek-a-boo, but somehow I'm glad
Music by: Cohen, Murray, and Phillip Lennon.
Words by: Keyes, Flora, and Murray Cohen.
P/P/D: New York : Rainbow Melodies Music Publishers, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Quittin' time.
First Line:
Chorus: Quittin' time! Quittin' time! Sun is red and the birds fly low at quittin' time
Music by: Rox, John.
Words by: Rox, John.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Ragtime cowboy Joe.
First Line: Out in Arizona where the bad men are, and the only thing to guide you is an evening star
Chorus: He always sings swingy music to the cattle as he swings
Music by: Abrams, Murry, and Louis Muir.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The rhythm is red an' white an' blue.
First Line: Put that shim-sham and that Lindy hop away
Chorus: Birds in the trees they're all singin', even the breeze
Music by: Moss, Al.
Words by: Greggory, David.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Shadows in the night.
First Line: Shadows in the night whisper that you're near. I know that they are right
Chorus:
Music by: Lorin, Will.
Words by: Lorin, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Sing and be gay.
First Line:
Chorus: Sing and be gay just throw your troubles away be happy without a reason this is the season for love and play
Music by: Moore, Billy, and Biff Hammond.
Words by: Hardy, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Bell Tone Music Publishing Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: A stone's throw from heaven.
First Line: Yesterday's mem'ries can never be replaced; the strolls we took thru' lover's lane
Chorus: I find myself a stone's throw away from heaven. All by myself, and no sign of heaven
Music by: Ray, Bob, Jay Burton, and Irving Green.
Words by: Ray, Bob, Jay Burton, and Irving Green.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: That old cabin down the lane.
First Line: That old log cabin down the lane holds mem'ries of long ago
Chorus: That old log cabin down the lane is the place that I love so well
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Beeler, Pearl A.
P/P/D: Geneva, Indiana : Pearl A. Beeler, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: There's a little old Texas town.
First Line: I have seen the world and its seven seas, been ev'rywhere
Chorus: There's a little old Texas town where a friendly old sun smiles down
Music by: Duncan, Robert Syd.
Words by: Duncan, Robert Syd.
P/P/D: New York : Woodland Music Company, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: These things you left me.
First Line: Tho' you are now but a memory, you're close to me
Chorus: A ride in the park in the very first snow, a kiss in the dark in the very last row
Music by: Lippman, Sidney.
Words by: Dickinson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Time stood still.
First Line: Got a brand new watch; it's running perfectly
Chorus: Time stood still. The clock in my heart missed a beat
Music by: Herbeck, Ray, Bernie Schwartz, and Wilbur Dorfman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Too happy for words.
First Line: Love, it's wonderful, it's marvelous, in fact it's swell
Chorus: I'm just too happy for words. I want to sing like the birds
Music by: Zaret, Hy, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Walkin' by the river.
First Line: Soft is the breeze that blows through the trees way down by the river at night
Chorus: There's dew upon the ground, and not a soul in sight
Music by: Carlisle, Una Mae.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: What do you do on a rainy day?
First Line: For most people it's most distressing when the rain comes tumbling down
Chorus: What do you do on a rainy day? Where do you go when it rains?
Music by: Sampers, Josephine, and Goetz Van Eyck.
Words by: Matthews, Adelaide, and Nigel Altman.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: When I saw you [at head of title: (Ev'rything happened)].
First Line: Into each life some rain must fall that's what the poets say
Chorus: The whole darned world turned upside down, the sun went out and the moon turned brown
Music by: Johnson, Lloyd, and Jack Allan.
Words by: Johnson, Lloyd, and Jack Allan.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Where have you been all my life?
First Line: Maybe you were just around the corner; maybe so maybe so
Chorus: Where have you been all my life? I've looked hight and low for you
Music by: Yale, Bernie, and Dick Renief.
Words by: Yale, Bernie, and Dick Renief.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Why is it.
First Line: I've told myself it's over, it's done with, it's finished
Chorus: Why is it, if I don't love you, the mem'ry of you can bring a thrill?
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Why love?
First Line: We can't understand love, and yet we demand love. I agree it's a grand love, but why?
Chorus: Why love? Why take a chance on losing my heart to you?
Music by: Loring, Richard, and Steven Cross.
Words by: Loring, Richard, and Steven Cross.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Why should I care?
First Line: Why should you care if I feel so lonely? Why should you care if I think of you only?
Chorus:
Music by: Richard, Hector, and Leo Richard.
Words by: Kirby, Jessie.
P/P/D: Aurora, Ill : Success Music Company, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Willy-nilly.
First Line: Things are strange to me today I don't know where I fit
Chorus: We've al gone Willy-nilly and we need a doctors pilly
Music by: Simpson, G. Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Baltimore, MD : G. M. S. Music Pub. Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The wise old owl.
First Line: I was happy on the night you told me that you cared
Chorus: When we strolled through the moonlight you said, "I love you"
Music by: Ricardel, Joe.
Words by: Ricardel, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Ya vas da-ra-ga-ya loo bloo (I love you).
First Line: The language of love is universal, you'll find out wherever you go
Chorus: Ya vas, da-ra-ga-ya, loo bloo in Russian that means, "I love you"
Music by: Marco, Sano, and Jack Erickson.
Words by: Marco, Sano, and Jack Erickson.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Yawning at dawning.
First Line: Night spilled a thousand stars and one came softly through
Chorus: While the stars dream above, you're the star that I love
Music by: Barnes, Cliff.
Words by: Lewis, Olive L.
P/P/D: New York : Evan Georgeoff Music Pub. Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You mean so much to me.
First Line: You made my life complete, you made each moment sweet
Chorus: You mean so much to me, I'll never let you go
Music by: Battle, Edgar, and Ken Byron.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You walk by.
First Line: Magicians can make things disappear, or pull a rabbit out of a hat
Chorus: You walk by, enchanting as a dream
Music by: Wayne, Bernie.
Words by: Raleigh, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You're a little honey.
First Line: Choc'late sundaes are really a treat I like sugar in tea
Chorus: You're a little honey right from the honey comb
Music by: Golly, Cecil, and Gene Eyman.
Words by: Golly, Cecil, and Gene Eyman.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

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Title: Amateur night in Harlem.
First Line: Box office jumpin'; tickets are sellin'; people are packin' in.
Chorus: Singers singin' and people clappin', dancers dancin' and feet a tappin'
Music by: Beal, Charlie.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Be young again.
First Line: Take a tip from one who knows the ropes don't be one who sits around and mopes
Chorus: Be young again have fun again and toss your cares away.
Music by: Worth, Bobby, and Stanley Cowan.
Words by: Worth, Bobby, and Stanley Cowan.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Melody Lane Pub. Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The bells of San Raquel.
First Line: You sailed away far beyond the seas, I had to stay with my memories
Chorus: The bells of San Raquel are ringing out across the blue
Music by: Barcelata, Lorenzo.
Words by: Barcelata, Lorenzo, Fred Wise, and Milton Leeds.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Big bad Bill (From the Badlands).
First Line: I ain't scared o' nuthin', I'm a cussed orn'ry squirt.
Chorus: I'm big bad Bill from the Badlands and I'm riddin' into town tonight.
Music by: Jones, Alan Rankin, and Henry Russell.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Vanguard Songs Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Blue clouds.
First Line: Blue clouds you are stealing across my ceiling, concealing the sky as you go drifting by.
Chorus: Blue clouds, gently drifting above, you've been hiding the blue of the sky
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Wise, Fred, and Dewey Bergman.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Breakfast for two.
First Line: It's a sure-fire thrill to sit and hold your hand. Kissing you is almost too divine
Chorus: Having breakfast for two what could be sweeter, dear, than breakfast with you.
Music by: McKiernan, Joe, Art Wilson, and Merrill Knighton.
Words by: McKiernan, Joe, Art Wilson, and Merrill Knighton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Broken hearted.
First Line: It is so regretable for you and me to part
Chorus: I'm broken hearted, for my pal only you
Music by: Ziemba, Justin, and John Ziemba.
Words by: Ziemba, Justin, and John Ziemba.
P/P/D: Cleveland : Ziemba Music Publishers, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Buck Private Jones.
First Line: Smiths and Browns are goin', Murphys, Jones and Cohens, hear those bugles call
Chorus: Good-bye, dad and mother, so long sis and brother
Music by: Womack, Ed., Will E. Dulmage, and Eddie Dorr.
Words by:
P/P/D: Detroit : Mackley Music Pub. Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: By the light of the Christmas tree.
First Line: There's a season when hearts can rejoice, when peace and good will sound their voice
Chorus: Once a year all our loved ones will be by the light of the Christmas tree
Music by: Gilbert, Ray, and Bob O'Brien.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Come to me.
First Line: At times you think your heart's broken and there's never need to be
Chorus: Come to me if things go wrong and you're tired and blue
Music by: Longfellow, Bob.
Words by: Hamil, Frank.
P/P/D: S.l. : S.n., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Consider yourself kissed.
First Line: Stars are fading from the sky. It's good-night, but not good-bye
Chorus: Consider yourself kissed tenderly ev'ry single day
Music by: Wainer, Lee.
Words by: Twomey, Kay.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Cotton.
First Line: Cotton from such a tender blossom the fields are white with cotton
Chorus: Dixie's cotton fields I love so well old plantation casts a drowsy spell
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Pub, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Dance of the bayou.
First Line: New Orleans! There the natives dance a dance of the Bayou
Chorus:
Music by: Bechet, Sidney.
Words by: Bechet, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Dawn (The dawn of love).
First Line: There was a night I recall, where care and trouble had flown
Chorus: Dawn, when the crowd was gone
Music by: Roberts, Gil, and Jorge Del Moral.
Words by: Moral, Jorge Del.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The dog with the cute buck teeth.
First Line: I've got a dog a funny little doggie. He's cute and nice, but sometimes he acts foggy
Chorus:
Music by: Corrigan, Hugh M.
Words by: Corrigan, Hugh M.
P/P/D: New York : Keystone Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: A drop in the bucket.
First Line: I'm like a fish on a hook I stepped right out of a book
Chorus: I'm just a drop in the bucket, a fish in your sea
Music by: Herbert, Charles.
Words by: Herbert, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The dusty old trunk in the attic.
First Line: There's a sweet old maiden lady in a quiet rocking chair
Chorus: A dusty old trunk in the attic, a relic of yester-year
Music by: Britt, Elton, George Cory, and Dick Small.
Words by: Britt, Elton, George Cory, and Dick Small.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Early in the mornin' (When we say goodnight).
First Line: When it's three o'clock and the dance is through, happy arm in arm walking home with you
Chorus: Early in the mornin' when we say good night when the world's in darkness then my heart is light
Music by: Martin, Freddie, and Charles O'Flynn.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Saunders Pubications, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Easy street.
First Line: Don't think I'll look for work today again I used to look for jobs most now and then
Chorus: Easy street I'd love to live on easy street nobody works on easy street
Music by: Jones, Alan Rankin.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Vanguard Songs Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Everything happens to me.
First Line: Black cats creep across my path until I'm almost mad
Chorus: I make a date for golf and you can bet your life it rains
Music by: Dennis, Matt.
Words by: Adair, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Embassy Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Foo-gee.
First Line: The cats all rompin' to the boogie, the stuff's still jumpin' with a woogie
Chorus:
Music by: Butterfield, Erskine.
Words by: Butterfield, Erskine.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: For want of a star.
First Line: For want of a star, the night lost its blue and clouds from afar
Chorus:
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Gamse, Albert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Friendly tavern polka.
First Line: Music is playing, dancers are swaying; laughing away each care
Chorus:
Music by: De Vol, Frank.
Words by: Bowne, Jerry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The gimmick song.
First Line: I've just seen a demonstration of the newest innovation
Chorus: It's called a gimmick a little gimmick. I want a gimmick
Music by: Slater, Slim (Sam).
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Cason Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Give me time.
First Line: Stick around a while; give me one more trial; I need you, yes, I need you, yes, I really do
Chorus: Give me time I'll give you love. Give me time I'll give you rapture, dear.
Music by: Wilder, Alec.
Words by: Wilder, Alec.
P/P/D: S.l. : Regent Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Gotta see a dream about a girl.
First Line: All good must sometime end so fare-thee-well, my lovely friend
Chorus: Lights out, day is done, and we've had a lot of fun
Music by: Kaye, Billy, Sammy Kaye, and William Ortmann.
Words by: Kaye, Billy, Sammy Kaye, and William Ortmann.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : The Braun Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Harvest days.
First Line: Harvest days are over soon the snow will fly with the colder weather
Chorus: The golden grain from off the plain is threshed and stored away
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I believe I'm entitled to you.
First Line: The happy day I found you, I built my dreams around you
Chorus: Thru the years I've prepared, feeling sure that you cared
Music by: Rice, Chester, Mel Foree, and Cliff Carlisle.
Words by: Rice, Chester, Mel Foree, and Cliff Carlisle.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mc Daniel Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I dream of a waltz in Paree.
First Line: Once I thought I found my heart's companion at a little dance
Chorus: I dream of a waltz in Paree that night when you first danc'd with me
Music by: Tucker, Charles, and Colin O'More.
Words by: Vandt, Guido.
P/P/D: S. l. : Associated Music Publishers Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I know a secret (Diddle diddle dumpling).
First Line: I just bet that you have met some people here and there
Chorus: I know a secret, I won't tell who kissed who down by the well?
Music by: Medoff, Sam, and Herb Leighton.
Words by: Medoff, Sam, and Herb Leighton.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I now have a bugle to play.
First Line: I am lonely tonight, little dear with the moon shin'in down from above
Chorus: I have laid my old banjo away Uncle Sam needs me, needs me here
Music by: Delmore, Alton.
Words by: Delmore, Alton.
P/P/D: Portland, Ore : American Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I pledge my heart.
First Line: As long as flowers grow, as long as skies are blue
Chorus: I pledge my heart to you my own, I pledge two arms for you alone
Music by: Swander, Don.
Words by: Hershey, June.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I should have known.
First Line: Tell me, am I to be so lonely? I'm longing for you only.
Chorus: I should have known I'd be alone after the stars had all fled.
Music by: Krauss, Willy.
Words by: Day, Nellie, and Jerry Day.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I take to you.
First Line: I take to you like ducks take to water you're for me.
Chorus:
Music by: Graham, Berkeley, and Carley Mills.
Words by: Graham, Berkeley, and Carley Mills.
P/P/D: New York : London Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I tried.
First Line: There's an old, old proverb, I think you will recall
Chorus: I tried, tried to impress you, my love I gave it all
Music by: Nutter, Carl, Paul Hand, and Clark Dennis.
Words by: Nutter, Carl, Paul Hand, and Clark Dennis.
P/P/D: New York : Embassy Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I won't be back in a year little darling.
First Line: I won't be back in a year little darlin', although I have promised you that I would be.
Chorus: I won't forget, little darlin', ev'ry vow I have made I will keep
Music by: Kincaid, Bradley, and Buck Nation.
Words by: Kincaid, Bradley, and Buck Nation.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: I'll get by somehow.
First Line: I'll bet by somehow it doesn't matter to me, for now it's plain to see you never cared
Chorus:
Music by: Massey, Louise, and Bob Long.
Words by: Massey, Louise, and Bob Long.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: In a Bamboo Inn in India.
First Line: India, India, land of mystic splendor, land of memories so tender.
Chorus: In a Bamboo Inn in India, on a street in old Bombay
Music by: Page, Paul, Zeb Seybold, and Matt Pelkonen.
Words by: Page, Paul, Zeb Seybold, and Matt Pelkonen.
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Company, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: In the middle of a dance.
First Line: Darling, will you have this dance with me?
Chorus: In the middle of a dance, with my lucky arms enfolding you; very little did we dance
Music by: Dougherty, Dan.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Is that nice?
First Line: You promised me this, you promise me that; from heavenly love to a brand new hat.
Chorus: Is that nice telling me you're busy? Is that nice making me so dizzy?
Music by: Dennis, George.
Words by: Dennis, George.
P/P/D: New York : Republic Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: It was wonderful then (And it's wonderful now).
First Line: I'll always remember that glorious night we met
Chorus: It was wonderful then and it's wonderful now
Music by: Graham, Berkeley, and Carley Mills.
Words by: Graham, Berkeley, and Carley Mills.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Juke box roundelay.
First Line: Come along, there's a song at your fingertips, it won't take you long to learn to play.
Chorus:
Music by: Keene, Kahn, and Lou Ricca.
Words by: Keene, Kahn, and Lou Ricca.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Just a little bit south of North Carolina.
First Line: Can't figure out why I ever wanted to roam can't figure out why I went away from home
Chorus: Just a little bit south of North Carolina that's where I long to be in a little brown shack in South Carolina
Music by: Skyler, Sonny, Bette Cannon, and Arthur Shaftel.
Words by: Skyler, Sonny, Bette Cannon, and Arthur Shaftel.
P/P/D: New York : Porgie, Debin & Friedman Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Just give me music in the evening.
First Line: The spring, the fall, in fact most anytime at all is right for falling in love
Chorus: Just give me music in the evening, romance in the night
Music by: Ross, Lanny.
Words by: Ross, Lanny.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Let's get away from it all.
First Line: I'm so tired of this dull routine up to town on the eight fifteen
Chorus: Let's take a boat to Bermuda lets take a plane to Saint Paul
Music by: Dennis, Matt.
Words by: Adair, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Embassy Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Little brown jug.
First Line: My wife and I lived all alone, in a little log hut we called our own
Chorus: Ha ha ha you and me, "Little Brown Jug" don't I love thee
Music by: Eastburn.
Words by: Eastburn.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Little hobby horse.
First Line: Get on your little hobby horse and ride ride the range all day
Chorus: Get on your little hobby horse and ride ride the range all day
Music by: Elsmo, Suerre S.
Words by: Elsmo, Suerre S.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Long live the future.
First Line: Love, the past is gone, long live the future, gone is ev'ry cloud of yesterday
Chorus:
Music by: Valdez, Miguelito.
Words by: Gamse, Albert, and Miguelito Valdez.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Magical "V".
First Line: There's an army stronger than steel fighting the opressor's heel
Chorus: Magical "V" magical "V" the radiant sign of victory
Music by: Kellogg, Roger.
Words by: Kellogg, Roger.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Marching ahead.
First Line: From east coast to west coast from sea shining sea
Chorus: The army the airforce the navy stand supreme as they merge into one mighty team
Music by: De Nesson, Jules.
Words by: McNamara, Adeline, and Jules De Nesson.
P/P/D: New York : Modern Melodies Publishing Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: El merengue (The pastry man).
First Line: Say have you seen him down Rio way?
Chorus: "El Merengue," hear me calling at your door, "el Merengue," I know what you're waiting for
Music by: Vargas, Joseph I.
Words by: Reese, Myrtle.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Mister aristocrat.
First Line: Look out stenographers, secretaries eat your huckleberry pie, drink your coffee too
Chorus: He has that veddy veddy ultra air, he sports a manner really too debonaire
Music by: Jacobs, Roy, and Gene de Paul.
Words by: Jacobs, Roy, and Gene de Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Mister rainbow.
First Line: Who's got trouble, you've got trouble
Chorus: When your future heaves a sigh take a look at mister rainbow
Music by: Mills, Billy.
Words by: Rock, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Lane Publications, Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The moon was dreaming.
First Line: Last week we were together, the moon was new and gay
Chorus: Last night the moon was dreaming in the sky wondering why
Music by: Mann, Paul, and Stephan Weiss.
Words by: Stillman, Al.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Must we say goodbye.
First Line: Took our love for granted; thinking we were smart; treating romance as a pastime
Chorus: All the things we didn't say, my love... heaven knows why
Music by: Linet, Bea.
Words by: Ormont, David.
P/P/D: New York : Banner Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Must you be so mean.
First Line: Somebody should have told me love is a game without rules
Chorus: Oh, baby, must you be so mean? Got me low as a submarine
Music by: Livingston, Fud.
Words by: Lorin, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My face is dirty with kisses.
First Line: You made an awful wreck of me I'm glad it's all in fun
Chorus: My face is dirty with kisses my head is dizzy with love
Music by: Reiff, Paul.
Words by: Glasner, Leonore.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Publishers, Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My heart is a flame with romance.
First Line: The moon is a smiling tonight as it smiles I can feel it's shy glance
Chorus: My heart is a flame with romance, and with me I can feel something new
Music by: Baggett, Nita, Barb. White, and Bob White.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Radio Music Publishers, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My old home 'cross the sea.
First Line: My old home 'cross the sea keeps haunting me, with mem'ries of days of yore
Chorus: My old home 'cross the sea, where you dreamed youth's dreams with me
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Leslie, Angela P.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Angela P. Leslie, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My rough and rowdy ways.
First Line: For years and years I've rambled, drank my wine and gambled
Chorus: But somehow I can't forget my good old rambling days
Music by: Rodgers, Jimmie.
Words by: MacWilliams, Elsie.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My sister and I.
First Line: The warm and lovely world we knew has been struck by a bitter frost
Chorus: My sister and I remember still a tulip garden by an old Dutch mill
Music by: Zaret, Hy, Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Zaret, Hy, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: My skylark love.
First Line: Love's for you, for me too, but I will share with you
Chorus: Drifting high above with you, skylark love, tenderly cradled in clouds of silv'ry lining
Music by: Denni, Lucien.
Words by: Bowles, Geo. H.
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co., Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Never let no worry worry you.
First Line: When ever I go fishin' why, I never have to wait
Chorus: Yo-de-lay, yo-de-loo, never let no worry worry you!
Music by: Waverly, Jack.
Words by: Waverly, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Empire Music Publishing Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: No foolin'.
First Line: I wouldn't fool you baby not for the world! I wouldn't, I couldn't tell you a lie
Chorus: No foolin', I'm just a fool for you. No foolin', I'd fight a duel for you
Music by: Graham, Berkeley, and Carley Mills.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: No love blues.
First Line: I'm blue so blue I don't know what to do I sigh and try to figure out just why
Chorus: The sky has moon beams to thrill it the night has breezes to chill it
Music by: Gershwin, Arthur.
Words by: De Lainge, Eddie.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Oh, for heaven's sake.
First Line:
Chorus: Oh, for heaven's sake let down your hair I declare let's forget the weather
Music by: Evans, Dale, Bill Bunt, and Larry Russell.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Oh! you circus day.
First Line: Oh my little honey pin a rose on me for I'm just as happy as a bumble bee
Chorus: On circus day just see that mule dressed up in pants see Salome do a nifty dance
Music by: Lessing, Edith Maida, and Jimmie V. Monaco.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: On the outside looking in.
First Line: Ev'ry night I pass by your window though it's the long way home
Chorus: I can see the room from here, in the gloom; but now it isn't the same on the outside looking in
Music by: Graham, Berkeley, and Carley Mills.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Patches (In an old fashioned quilt).
First Line: Of all the relics I've acquired the one I love the best, nestles in the attic in an old family chest
Chorus: Patches, dear patches in an old fashioned quilt
Music by: Kuhn, Bobbie, Sylvia Clark, and Ruth Frank.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The pied piper of Harlem.
First Line: There's no doubt you've read about the piper of Hamlin town
Chorus: There's a guy up Harlem way makes the hep cats swing and sway
Music by: Anderson, Gordon.
Words by: Anderson, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Pilar.
First Line: Did you hear when my heart sang out its love song?
Chorus: Like a bird from the north in the winter have I found my way to your smile
Music by: Harrington, Clare.
Words by: Harrington, Clare.
P/P/D: S.l. : Clare Harrington Whitson & John W. Whitson, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: A prayer for peace!
First Line: Father, lord on high we pray! Be thou our light, guiding us through the starless night
Chorus:
Music by: Goldspink, Hector.
Words by: Goldspink, Hector.
P/P/D: S.l. : Joseph Carlton, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Salutations! Congratulations! (To you).
First Line: Salutations! Congratulations! Many happy returns of the day
Chorus: Salutations! Congratulations! Many happy returns of the day
Music by: Reynolds, Don, and Ken Sisson.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Cason Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: The shrine of Saint Cecilia.
First Line: In shelter and by candle light, I'm writing to you
Chorus: Our home is a shambles all I've treasured has gone
Music by: Jokern.
Words by: Loveday, Carroll.
P/P/D: Chicago : Braun Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Si, si, some more (Noche de ronda).
First Line: The night was thrilling our hearts were willing
Chorus: I remember I looked in her eyes and she looked in my eyes
Music by: Lara, Maria Teresa.
Words by: Wingate, Don, and Maria Teresa Lara.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Sing V- for victory.
First Line: Three dots and a dash spell "V." A dash and three dots spell "B"
Chorus: Sing "V" for victory! For democracy will win, so let ev'ry one begin singing "V" for victory!
Music by: Van Steeden, Peter, and Art Mc Kay.
Words by: Van Steeden, Peter, and Art Mc Kay.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: So ends a dream.
First Line: Dreams are dreamt by fools like me, who awaken suddenly
Chorus: So ends a dream of you. Darling how unkind
Music by: Youse, Glad R.
Words by: Hecht, Ken, and Eddie Le Baron.
P/P/D: Chicago : Braun Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: So it goes.
First Line: I may as well be reaching for a star, the thrill of bygone is jsut as far
Chorus: So it goes, so it goes from romance to a memory
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Gamse, Albert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: South.
First Line: Down below that old Dixon Line, there's a place that really is fine
Chorus: Where the folks are happy and gay, and the easy way is the right way
Music by: Moten, Bennie, and T. Hayes.
Words by: Charles, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Sweet dreaming.
First Line: When at night you part from me, let there be a smile and laughter
Chorus: Sweet dreaming! Have a dream that comes true
Music by: Rollins, Sherwood, Jr.
Words by: Rollins, Sherwood, Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Sweetheart of the valley.
First Line: Oh they took away my sweetheart of the valley, and they buried her beside the sycamore
Chorus:
Music by: Leeds, Milton, Fred Wise, and Al Frisch.
Words by: Leeds, Milton, Fred Wise, and Al Frisch.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Takes two (Me plus you).
First Line: Ever since the world began, it seems to have the same old plan
Chorus: Takes two to share a dream, takes two to make a team
Music by: Reiff, Paul.
Words by: Gamse, Albert.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Talking to the wind.
First Line: I've got so much to tell you I could speak for ever and a day
Chorus: Talking to the wind, that's all I'm doing when I'm here with you
Music by: Schumann, Robert.
Words by: Dee, Sylvia.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Tattoo.
First Line: All night through I dream of you, singing my love song and longing for you
Chorus: Just for you, my heart beats a sweet tattoo, whenever I, hear "tattoo," I hear you call
Music by: Furlett, Frank.
Words by: Forrest, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Forest Glen Music Publishers, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: That's what I like about you.
First Line: No one is said to be perfect, no one is quite without fault
Chorus: You smile when we meet and sigh when we're parting, you cheer me up when I'm blue
Music by: Keene, Kahn, Del Sharbutt, and Frank Stanton.
Words by: Keene, Kahn, Del Sharbutt, and Frank Stanton.
P/P/D: New York : Nationwide Songs Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: There! I've said it again.
First Line: I think I've talked too much already, yet the words continue to flow
Chorus: I've said it. What more can I say? Believe me, there's no other way
Music by: Evans, Redd, and Dave Mann.
Words by: Evans, Redd, and Dave Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Radio Tunes Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Thumbs up!
First Line: When there's work to do it's true that we have always done our share
Chorus: Thumbs up! Don't let that spirit dip thumbs up! Stiffen up that upper lip
Music by: Franklin, Ben, Uriel Benjamin, Elliott Jacoby, and Bobby Kroll.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Doraine Music Publishing Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Tony Romero (The rage of Rio De Janiero).
First Line: There's a guy from the pampas who can show the campus kids a dance
Chorus: Tony Romero the rage of Rio De Janiero 'tho he's not such a handsome vaquero
Music by: Bonner, Ronnie, Edward Khoury, Henry James, and Russ Hull.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Company, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Tragedy.
First Line: Tragedy my broken heart has caused the strangest reverie
Chorus:
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Twenty four robbers.
First Line: Last night night before twenty four robbers came to my door
Chorus:
Music by: Buckner, Ted.
Words by: Young, James.
P/P/D: New York : New Era Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Two hearts that pass in the night.
First Line: Thru the darkness hiding, silent ships go riding
Chorus: Two heart that pass in the night, in the magical light of the moon
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Brown, Forman.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Uncle Sam is calling.
First Line: From the mountains to the seashore, from the valleys to the plain
Chorus: Our Uncle Sam is calling us again, we're answ'ring with a million fighting men
Music by: Williams, Lois H.
Words by: Williams, Robert E.
P/P/D: Yamassee, S.C. : Williams & Williams Pub., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Walking the floor over you.
First Line: You left me and you went away you said that you'd be back in just a day
Chorus: Im walking the floor over you I can't sleep a wink, that is true
Music by: Tubb, Ernest.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : American Music, Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: We go well together.
First Line: Ever since I was a kid I was taught one and one makes two
Chorus: Like coffee and cake eggs in a basket boat on a lake 'tisket a tasket
Music by: Kent, Arthur.
Words by: Robin, Sid.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: We've got to do it again.
First Line: We've got to do it again, we've got to do it again, for the sake of freedom, and all men
Chorus:
Music by: Simpson, G. Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Baltimore : G. M. S. Music Pub. Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: What d'ya hear from your heart?
First Line: What a situation! No cooperation! Don't cha wanna cuddle with me?
Chorus: What d'ya hear from your heart? What 's the latest ballyhoo?
Music by: Arnold, Buddy, Jack Gould, and Betty Barton.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Where in the world.
First Line: Do you mind if I ask you some questions? Questions that explain this lovely glow
Chorus: Where in the world can a sunbeam at noon take the place of the moon
Music by: Austin, Ray.
Words by: Herrick, Paul, and Freddy Martin.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Maestro Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Where's the captain's hat?
First Line: The gen'ral and his aides are waiting in the stand
Chorus: There'll be no parade today. Put your bugles and your drums away
Music by: Twomey, Kay, Robert Sour, and Lee Wainer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Why cry baby?
First Line: Don't be a dope, while there's life there's always hope
Chorus: Why cry baby? It's an awful waste of time
Music by: Duning, George.
Words by: Hampton, Bill.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Why don't dreams come true.
First Line: My life is filled with dreams, with visions rich and rare
Chorus: All of the day I am dreaming and in the night time, too
Music by: Patten, George E.
Words by: Flood, John A.
P/P/D: New York : Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: With a twist of the wrist.
First Line: What is this hold that you have over me? I'm always told that I act like a gosh-darned trilby
Chorus: With a twist of the wrist, with your lips that insist with that come magic and make me love you
Music by: Graham, Irvin.
Words by: Graham, Irvin.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You and I.
First Line: Poet and musician sing the same old tune to the sweethearts that come and go
Chorus: Darling you and I know the reason why a summer sky is blue
Music by: Willson, Meredith.
Words by: Willson, Meredith.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Meredith Willson, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You are the lyric (To the love song in my heart).
First Line: When we met, I seemed to know it was more that just "hello"
Chorus: You are the lyric, to the love song, in my heart
Music by: Farley, Ed., and Jack Betzner.
Words by: Forrest, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Forest Glen Music Pub., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You should be set to music.
First Line: I have an idea for a hit song that ought to make me a million or two
Chorus: You are far to wonderful for any single heart alone
Music by: Graham, Irvin.
Words by: Graham, Irvin.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: You'll come back to me.
First Line: You are drifting away, day by day, day by day, and the dream I've been dreaming is o'er
Chorus: You'll come back to me I know you will some day
Music by: Edwards, Leo.
Words by: Cobb, Will D.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Pub. Co. Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

Title: Your lips are like champagne.
First Line: Champagne! Your lips are like champagne one sip and dreams being to haunt my brain
Chorus:
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Eaton, Jimmy.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1940-1941

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Title: Ain't you got no time for love.
First Line: You never speak of love to me, and I don't think it's fair
Chorus: Can't you feel the breath of spring can't you hear the birdies sing
Music by: Wells, Lottie, and Maurice Wells.
Words by: Wells, Lottie, and Maurice Wells.
P/P/D: Chicago : Maurice O. Wells, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: All because of you.
First Line: All because of you, dear, that's why I'm so blue
Chorus:
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: All for the love of Sam.
First Line:
Chorus: It's all for the love of Sam, I'll be apart from you, sweetheart, for awhile
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Arizona.
First Line: Arizona night is fallin', lonely as the stars above
Chorus:
Music by: Reese, Claude, and Paul Scholz.
Words by: Reese, Claude, and Paul Scholz.
P/P/D: New York : Ideal Music Publishing Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The baker's wife.
First Line: The baker's wife, she was so bashful and shy; but what a way she had of rolling her eyes
Chorus:
Music by: Begley, Silvia.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Blue Indiana skies.
First Line: Blues skies above me keep calling, calling wherever I roam
Chorus: Blue Indiana skies, wherever I may be, blue in Indiana skies keep calling to me
Music by: Gould, Jay.
Words by: Gould, Jay.
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Blue Lily Mountain belle.
First Line: It's time to say good-bye, so please don't cry, Blue Lily
Chorus: Ev'ry flower in the dell, seems to nod and say "fare-well"
Music by: Hanson, Eddy, and Ruth Frank.
Words by: Hanson, Eddy, and Ruth Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: But I never do.
First Line: Gee I wish that I could say good-bye and slam the door
Chorus: I say that some day I will leave you but then I never do
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Willadsen, Gene.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Buttercup Lane.
First Line: Springtime has come but I am all alone with only memories of what has gone
Chorus: Remember it rained down Buttercup Lane, remeber the night I held you so tight
Music by: Nation, Louise, and Rex Kelly.
Words by: Nation, Lousie, and Rex Kelly.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Call out the Marines.
First Line: We're here to keep an eagle eye on the land of the liberty
Chorus: When you find your heart's in danger, call out the Marines
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Can't get out of this mood.
First Line: All day long, before my eyes come little visions of you
Chorus: Can't get out of this mood, can't get over this feeling, can't get out of this mood
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Crying myself to sleep.
First Line: Oh, why must the night be so long and so blue? And why must I always be thinking of you
Chorus: I'm cryin' myself to sleep; each lonely night I weep
Music by: Atcher, Bob.
Words by: Atcher, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Cynthia's in love.
First Line: Here's the story of Cynthia, a lady of seventeen
Chorus: Cynthia as flighty as a summer breeze her smile is sunlight thru the trees
Music by: Gish-White.
Words by: Owens, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : ABC Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Desert Rose.
First Line: On the trail that winds along the Rio, riding side by side with Rosalie
Chorus: Rosalie, my desert rose, how I miss you, Rosalie
Music by: Baxley, Jack, and Jimmie Adams.
Words by: Baxley, Jack, and Jimmie Adams.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't mention me.
First Line: Love is a game we play so they say, I've tried my hand and I lost
Chorus: Mention me and she'll frown just as tho' I let her down
Music by: Durham, Dave, Mel Foree, and Roy Kirkland.
Words by: Durham, Dave, Mel Foree, and Roy Kirkland.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Drifting down the river.
First Line: Drifting down the river in an old canoe, under the skies so blue
Chorus:
Music by: Arodin, Sidney.
Words by: Brizzard, Thelma.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Droopin' Campanulas.
First Line: When the drooping Campanulas bloom again, when the campanulas bloom again
Chorus:
Music by: Sharbutt, Tex, Sagebrush Stanton, Ezry Ross, and Cowboy Jack McCoy.
Words by: Sharbutt, Tex, Sagebrush Stanton, Ezry Ross, and Cowboy Jack McCoy.
P/P/D: New York : Nationwide Songs Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ev'ryone but me.
First Line: Friends tried to tell me by a hint now and then, that I was due for a fall
Chorus: Ev'ryone but me knew that you would let me down
Music by: Cannon, Bette, Lou Shelly, and Bert Salter.
Words by: Cannon, Bette, Lou Shelly, and Bert Salter.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publicatoins Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Fighting sons of the navy blue.
First Line: There's a sea faring man and he works for Uncle Sam I spoke him just the other day
Chorus: We've got the will to fight for what we know is right
Music by: Watters, Bill.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Vanguard Songs Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The flame of love.
First Line: When you feel a burn around your heart it's love, there's no mistake
Chorus:
Music by: Friml, Rudolf.
Words by: Atteridge, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Forty eight stars over forty eight states.
First Line: Each star in our flag has a meaning, all engraved in our history
Chorus: Forty eight stars in a blaze of glory lighting, guiding each and ev'ry state
Music by: Lifson, Harry.
Words by: Lifson, Harry.
P/P/D: Bronx, New York : The Symbolic Music Publishing Company, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Good-bye Liza Jane.
First Line: Hawk caught a chicken and flew upstaris, good-bye, good-bye
Chorus: Oh, how I love her, now ain't that a shame.
Music by: Duncan, Tommy.
Words by: Duncan, Tommy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Half a love is better than none.
First Line: I never thought that I'd be saying this ancient saying this modern way
Chorus: We lived and we loved, we loved and we laughed but now it's all over and done
Music by: Tinturin, Peter.
Words by: Tinturin, Peter.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hands across the border.
First Line: When friends meet on the street, how do they greet?
Chorus: Hands across the border. One happy family.
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Heaven sings.
First Line: Wherever you're within my arms all heaven lends a million charms
Chorus: Heaven sings every night, of our true romance
Music by: Davies, Rose.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Heavenly, isn't it?
First Line: Hold me a little closer. I want to know you're here.
Chorus: Wonderful, wasn't it? Heavenly, isn't it? Sitting here after our first kiss.
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hello Private Doe.
First Line: There's a soldier in the army who means as much to us as gen'rals do
Chorus: Hello Private Doe, a boy we're proud to know
Music by: Shaw, Milton.
Words by: Voloshin, Julian.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Here comes that moon again.
First Line: January, February, March and April, I feel okay. I go along, I go along, in a normal way
Chorus:
Music by: Caesar, Irving, Al Koppell, and Gerald Marks.
Words by: Caesar, Irving, Al Koppell, and Gerald Marks.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: How do you fall in love? (It just happens to happen).
First Line: There's an age old question known to ev'ry romancer
Chorus: How do you fall in love? You meet a girl and then ya (ad lib.) and then she (ad lib.) you just fall!
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I met you in a day-dream.
First Line: You give me a stranger's greeting, but we're not so strange at all
Chorus: I met you in a day-dream, and then you faded away!
Music by: Pease, Inez.
Words by: Pease, Jim.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I see it in your eyes.
First Line: It may be my imagination but I've a feeling that our hearts are near a separation
Chorus: I see it in your eyes that look you can't disguise.
Music by: Kennedy, Jimmy, and Grady Howard.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : World Melodies, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I think we'll just call it a day.
First Line: I never dreamed that out yonder, our love would end this way
Chorus:
Music by: Foree, Mel, and Cliff Carlisle.
Words by: Foree, Mel, and Cliff Carlisle.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'd do anything.
First Line: Do you recall the day we had such fun together
Chorus: I'd do anything, to be in your arms divine I'd do anything
Music by: Heinz, Phylis.
Words by: Heinz, Phylis.
P/P/D: Detroit : Weeks Publisher, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If I had it to do all over.
First Line: Our love was grand while it lasted, but now I'm afraid that it's thru.
Chorus: You took my heart and left only heartaches for me.
Music by: Hall, Teddy, Milton Leeds, and Fred Wise.
Words by: Hall, Teddy, Milton Leeds, and Fred Wise.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If I'm wrong, I'm sorry.
First Line: We were happy when we started life together, I loved you
Chorus: If I'm wrong, then I'm sorry, little darling
Music by: Jones, Buddy, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Jones, Buddy, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If you want 'a be kissed.
First Line: Sugar and spice you're everything nice and you ought 'a be kissed
Chorus: Cuddle up to me a wee bit closer why not rest your head upon my shoulder
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll be around.
First Line: I'll be around no matter how you treat me now, I'll be around from now on
Chorus:
Music by: Wilder, Alec.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll be true to the one I love.
First Line: Come and kiss me good-bye, ere you leave me come sit by my side
Chorus:
Music by: Cargill, Ike, and E. Settlemeyer.
Words by: Cargill, Ike, and E. Settlemeyer.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll reap my harvest in heaven.
First Line: The time has come to depart from this world and prove my heavenly worth.
Chorus: I'll reap my harvest in heaven, on that beautiful shore
Music by: Jenkins, Floyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: Nashville, Tenn. : Acuff-Rose Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll remember April.
First Line: This lovely day will lengthen into ev'ning; we'll sigh goodbye to all we've ever had
Chorus:
Music by: Raye, Don, Gene de Paul, and Pat Johnston.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm knocking at your door again.
First Line: I can't forget the day I left you, I'm sorry that we had to part
Chorus: I am knocking at your door again
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm not knittin' nuttin' (For no one but my soldier boy).
First Line: I know a girl that's always knittin', knittin' till she's dizzy in the head
Chorus: Now I'm not knittin' nuttin' for no one but my soldier boy
Music by: Schaeffer, Mary, and Arthur Terker.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Songs, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm rockin' to the Rockies.
First Line: I'm rockin' to the Rockies on my broncho "Rock-a-bye"
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, Tony Pedace, and Harry Wycoff.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, Tony Pedace, and Harry Wycoff.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes.
First Line: Ever since he went away, I've been thinking night and day
Chorus: Oh, I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes, who is dreaming far over the sea
Music by: Carter, A. P., and Don Marcotte.
Words by: Carter, A. P., and Don Marcotte.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm tryin'.
First Line: Sweetheart, deep within this heart of mine, I am so blue
Chorus: I'm tryin' to forget you. I'm cryin' since I met you though I know that this'll never do
Music by: Kramer, Maria.
Words by: Kramer, Maria.
P/P/D: New York : Bomart Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's the talk of the town.
First Line: We were more than lovers, we were more than sweethearts, it's hard to understand
Chorus: I can't show my face, can't go anyplace
Music by: Livingston, Jerry.
Words by: Symes, Marty, and Al. J. Neiburg.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've caught love.
First Line: In the spring it bothers me love is blind but I can see
Chorus: I've caught love I caught it from a robin singing
Music by: Walton, Mort.
Words by: Walton, Naomi.
P/P/D: Detroit : Carl Sobie Publisher, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've learned my lesson now.
First Line:
Chorus: I'll keep on paying for my old mistake, but I've learned my lesson now
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've read it in the stars.
First Line: From the first time that I met you one thing appeared very real
Chorus: Oh, I've read it in the stars I've read it in the stars
Music by: Scura, Frank.
Words by: Ormont, David.
P/P/D: New York : Congress Music Company, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Junior's joy-ridin' in a jeep.
First Line: He scattered folks on the village street, his jalopy made them all retreat
Chorus: Junior's joy ridin' in a jeep, it's Japs turn now to dodge and leap
Music by: Carleton, Bob.
Words by: Barnhill, Robert G.
P/P/D: S.l. : Robert G. Barnhill, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Keep a lookout (For a salior friend of mine).
First Line: A sailor's life is spent upon the sea. He's a breezy guy, free and easy guy
Chorus: Keep a lookout for a sailor friend of mine. He wears a smile and a suit if navy blue
Music by: Mangan, James T.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Knit, sister, knit!
First Line: Listen, gals! Listen, pals! Let's all get together, step in line, knitting's fine
Chorus: Knit, sister, knit! Just go and do your bit
Music by: Kavelin, Al, Mac Largo, and Harry Budd.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Apex Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Let's go, America!
First Line: We're all in arms for the nation; we're making history
Chorus: Let's go, America, let's go! What say? Let's go, America, you show the way!
Music by: Agay, Denes.
Words by: Leigh, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Sheldon-Mitchell Publishing Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Light a candle in the chapel.
First Line: The bells are ringing in the steeple, ding, dong, ding
Chorus: Light a candle in the chapel at the closing of each day
Music by: Pease, Harry, Ed. G. Nelson, and Duke Leonard.
Words by: Pease, Harry, Ed. G. Nelson, and Duke Leonard.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The light of my life.
First Line: What was once a flame is now a smoldering spark
Chorus: The light of my life went out last nignt and left my life cloudy and gray
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Lighthouse in the dark.
First Line: A lighthouse near the sea is burning faithfully
Chorus: Little lighthouse in the dark, keep on shining over the sea
Music by: Bellin, Lewis, Ira Sloane, and Lucky Milinder.
Words by: Bellin, Lewis, Ira Sloane, and Lucky Milinder.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A little bell rang.
First Line: Some folk swear by a four leaf clover. Some folks swear by a horse shoe over the door
Chorus: When I first met you a little bell rang. At a sigh from you the little bell rain again
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Make with the bullets, Benny.
First Line: Benny marched away to be a soldier he was Missus Goldberg's pride and joy
Chorus: Make with the bullets, Benny give 'em a hit in the head
Music by: Davis, Frank, Win Brookhouse, Sam Braverman, and Chas. Cody.
Words by: Davis, Frank, Win Brookhouse, Sam Braverman, and Chas. Cody.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Pub., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Make 'em say uncle, Uncle Sam!
First Line: Carefree boys in uniform, loud their voices rang
Chorus: Make 'em say uncle, Uncle Sam! We're all behind you to a man
Music by: McEnery, A., and Dwight Bourn.
Words by: McEnery, A., and Dwight Bourn.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Mary.
First Line: Who has got the sweetest smile and roses on either cheek?
Chorus: Mary, I'm crazy 'bout Mary for Mary is plainly lovely
Music by: De Vol, Frank.
Words by: Robinson, Eddie.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Vanguard Songs Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Me and my buddy next door.
First Line: Have you ever met the guy next door to you and had a chat about this and that?
Chorus: Me and my buddy next door we're more than friends since our pals went to war
Music by: Miller, Sydney, and Stanley Cowan.
Words by: Miller, Sydney, and Stanley Cowan.
P/P/D: Hollywood : EMCEE Pub. Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The memory of this dance.
First Line: A girl with a boy in uniform were dancing the nignt away
Chorus: The mem'ry of this dance will always cling to me
Music by: Effros, Bob, and Ben Selvin.
Words by: Effros, Bob, and Ben Selvin.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Miss Americana.
First Line: I searched the world hoping to find my love my heart and I looked for you ev'rywhere
Chorus: Miss Americana your eyes and the gold in your hair match the sky and moonlight
Music by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Michael F. Mangus.
Words by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Michael F. Mangus.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The money you spent was mine.
First Line: You know darling I bought you diamonds, and I bought you clothes so fine
Chorus:
Music by: Dexter, Al, and Aubrey Gass.
Words by: Dexter, Al, and Aubrey Gass.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My best to you.
First Line: Here's to love and laughter yours forever after
Chorus: My best to you may your dreams come true
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Willadsen, Gene.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My Birmingham Rose.
First Line: The roses were in bloom in old Alabam
Chorus: I left my heart in old Birmingham, alone beside a garden wall
Music by: Boyd, Bill "Cowboy Rambler," and Dick Reynolds.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My gal Sal.
First Line: Ev'rything is over and I'm feeling bad; I lost the best pal that I ever had
Chorus: They called her frivolous Sal, the particular sort of a gal
Music by: Dresser, Paul.
Words by: Dresser, Paul.
P/P/D: S.l. : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My love.
First Line: My love, you've made the dark clouds roll away, with you I'm happy night and day
Chorus:
Music by: Alley, Shelly Lee.
Words by: Alley, Shelly Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My resolution to you.
First Line: It's the custom ev'ry year to make a promise new
Chorus: My resolution to you I'll never break it my dear
Music by: Pallen, Jerry.
Words by: Pallen, Jerry.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cine-Mart Music Publishing Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The night we said good-bye.
First Line: I can see the shadows creeping; I can hear the nightbirds cry
Chorus:
Music by: Scarborough, Elmer.
Words by: Ferguson, Buster.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nightingale.
First Line: Skies are dark above, the one I love is far from here
Chorus: Nightingale, as I lie on my pillow, I can hear you in the willow
Music by: Cugat, Xavier, and George Rosner.
Words by: Wise, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: No more rendezvous.
First Line: Roses lilacs and carnations all are charming flowers
Chorus: Perfumed lilies of the valley lovely little flowers won't you my consolation in my trying hours
Music by: Newton, John.
Words by: Newton, John.
P/P/D: S.l. : John Newton, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Now that you know.
First Line: I never knew how much I cared for you, until you went away
Chorus: Now that you know, how I care about you, now that you know I can't live without you
Music by: Freeman, Jack.
Words by: Freeman, Jack.
P/P/D: S.l. : Jack Freeman, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ogeechee river lullaby.
First Line: The stars are bright, tonight on 'Geechee river
Chorus:
Music by: Calloway, Cab, Guy Wood, and Jack Palmer.
Words by: Calloway, Cab, Guy Wood, and Jack Palmer.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The old grey mare is coming back again.
First Line: Here's news! good news, the kind that drives the weary blues away
Chorus: The old grey mare, the old grey mare, the old grey mare is coming back again
Music by: Hill, Eddie.
Words by: Hill, Eddie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Our Emaline.
First Line: Youth will have a way oh so young and gay
Chorus:
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill. : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Out where the west winds blow.
First Line: Now I'm just a cowboy at heart, but I'm tired of these city ways
Chorus: I'm gonna saddle up my pony and ride away out where the west winds blow
Music by: Campbell, Guy C., and Everett R. Hinderer.
Words by: Campbell, Guy C., and Everett R. Hinderer.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Pub. Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Pins and needles (In my heart).
First Line: I know not where on earth to find you, I know not how or when to start
Chorus:
Music by: Jenkins, Floyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: Nashville : Acuff-Rose Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Poor man's symphony.
First Line: Some people go to a show; some listen to the radio
Chorus: My rhapsody, is the poor man's symphony
Music by: Starr, Tony.
Words by: Mann, Fred C.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Promise to be true while I'm away.
First Line: I just got news, my little darling, Uncle Sam is taking me away
Chorus:
Music by: Whelan, Ekko.
Words by: Whelan, Ekko.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Remember to remember.
First Line: The two of us met at a masquerade my eyes found you by chance
Chorus: Remember to remember. When we meet tomorrow, all the things you've said to me tonight
Music by: James, Carlton.
Words by: Hillebrand, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Alliance Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Rosalita.
First Line: Blue and broken hearted, since the day we parted
Chorus: fRosalita, my little rose of the rancho you won my heart down by the Rio
Music by: Dexter, Al.
Words by: Dexter, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sahara.
First Line: Deep in a dream I found you; and deep in a dream, I bound you to me
Chorus: It was night on Sahara, and the tropical moon shone above
Music by: Clinton, Larry.
Words by: Clinton, Larry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Samba (Brasil moreno).
First Line: Oh! something new from down below has come up to steal the show
Chorus: Samba, samba, rhythm from a tropic plaza they play the big cabaca
Music by: Peixoto, Luiz, and Ary Barroso.
Words by: Levison, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The sentimental cabby.
First Line: I want to sing a little song about a friend I've found right in the busy city throng
Chorus: There's a sentimtal cabby in my street, you can find him ev'ry night when lovers meet
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Berg, Jimmy, and Fred Jacobson.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Seven little letters (T-h-r-o-u-g-h).
First Line: I received a little note, from the girl next door she writes we're through
Chorus: Through seven little letters that spell the end heaven will pass me by
Music by: Corbo, Don.
Words by: Corbo, Don.
P/P/D: Asbury Park, N.J. : Dominick R. Corbo Jr. Music Pub., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: She stoops to conga (Si me paro pier do el compas).
First Line: There's a new sensation in the Latin vein. She's a revelation to the conga chain
Chorus: She's a riot when she stoops to conga, she can give "La Zonga" lessons any time
Music by: Orozco, E., and V. Bonifacio.
Words by: Leeds, Milton, and Fred Wise.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Silver wings (Keep flying).
First Line: On a hill, alone, a maiden lingers, watching silver wings depart
Chorus: Silver wings, keep flying thru the grey skies
Music by: Daniels, Margaret.
Words by: Bunn, Glen.
P/P/D: Detroit : Mackley Music Pub. Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Soldier boy, farewell.
First Line: Oh smile again, my darling, dry away your tear
Chorus:
Music by: Dexter, Al, and Aubrey Gass.
Words by: Dexter, Al, and Aubrey Gass.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Somebody's thinking of you tonight.
First Line: Oh, how I wish I could tell you how much I miss you, sweetheart
Chorus: Somebody's thinking of you tonight, somebody's thoughts are blue tonight
Music by: Powell, Teddy, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Symes, Marty.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Start a little rainbow in my heart.
First Line: Start a little rainbow in my heart, help the heavy skies turn blue
Chorus:
Music by: Wayne, Lou, and Tiny Moore.
Words by: Wayne, Lou, and Tiny Moore.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Stop fiddlin' around with my beau.
First Line: What a pal you were in college just as sweet as you could be
Chorus: You may think you're cute with your turned up snoot, you may think you're all the show
Music by: Mills, Helen.
Words by: Mills, Helen.
P/P/D: Winnebago, Ill. : National Association for Blind Composers Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sunlight and starlight.
First Line: You are my sunlight and you are my starlight, darlin' don't you know that I'm in love with you
Chorus:
Music by: Bush, Nolan C.
Words by: Bush, Nolan C.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The sunset trail to Texas.
First Line: I'd love to be in Texas by the silver Rio Grande
Chorus: Get along 'ol paint get going get along 'ol pal
Music by: Fisher, Aubrey.
Words by: Boyd, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sure, all's fine in the army now.
First Line: Ev'rything is gonna be right for Pat has joined the army to cook and fight
Chorus: Sure, all's fine in the army now since Pat's cookin' the army chow
Music by: Reynolds, Ray, and Lillian Reynolds.
Words by:
P/P/D: Detroit : Mackley Music Publishing Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tell me why my daddy don't come home.
First Line: A little tot was playing, one night upon the floor
Chorus: Tell me why my daddy don't come home, I know that I am much too big to cry
Music by: Boyd, Bill, Hal Burns, and Earl Nunn.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thank you mother mine.
First Line: When shadows fall and day is done in reverie I see an old arm chair with someone there
Chorus: Thank you for those kisses that sent me on my way and for all the sunshine in my everyday
Music by: Brix, Aage E.
Words by: Wills, James J.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cine-Mart Music Pub. Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thanks for your letter (My darling).
First Line: I've written you about the ones you love the news of those who ask for you each day
Chorus: Thanks for your letter my darling, thanks for your love so true
Music by: Lane, Gladys.
Words by: Burnett, Jay.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There'll never be another you.
First Line: I can't forget the day I saw you go away and left me with a broken heart alone
Chorus: There'll never be another you there'll never be a pal so true
Music by: Miller, Ray, Edward Meikel, and Arkie L. W. Ossenbrink.
Words by: Miller, Ray, Edward Meikel, and Arkie L. W. Ossenbrink.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's no use worrying.
First Line: There's no use worrying over you, there's no use worrying or being blue
Chorus:
Music by: Rice, Hoke, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's nothing so lovely as love.
First Line: You came along bringing a song, singing a song to me
Chorus: There's nothing so lovely as love, there's no thrill like falling in love
Music by: Cooper, Marion, Jr., Paul Learnard, and Carroll K. Cooper.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's tears in my heart.
First Line: Ev'ry night as I sit dreaming, of days that used to be
Chorus: There's tears in my heart, dear, since you said "good-bye"
Music by: Rice, Hoke S., and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Rice, Hoke S., and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: They can't black out the stars and stripes.
First Line: The stars and stripes forever! Our flag will always fly
Chorus: They can't black out the stars and stripes from the flag that flies above
Music by: Jacoby, Elliot, and Jacob Goldstein, Pvt.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Things are different now.
First Line: You told me, darling, you'd always be true but you broke every vow
Chorus:
Music by: Alley, Shelly Lee.
Words by: Alley, Shelly Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: This is more than love acerate mas.
First Line: What is this wonderful feeling? This something that comes to us out of the skies?
Chorus: This is more than love, these thrills we share
Music by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Bobby Worth.
Words by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Bobby Worth.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Till the longest day I live.
First Line: Listen while I whisper something straight from my heart to you
Chorus: Till the longest day I live, the mem'ry of you tonight; will shine like a beacon light
Music by: Walker, Cindy.
Words by: Walker, Cindy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: To me.
First Line: To me you brought a lovely dream of love; to me you taught the thrilling theme of love
Chorus:
Music by: Sullivan, Gene.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tropical gardens.
First Line: Dreaming, in my fancy I go far off where the pale orchids grow
Chorus: At night in my reverie are bright tropical gardens
Music by: Stanley, Bob, and Agustin Borguno.
Words by: Harper, Marjorie, and Don Arres.
P/P/D: New York : Harvest Songs Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Uncle Sammy needs your dough.
First Line: Give your dollars and your dimes, let's break up the Axis crimes
Chorus:
Music by: Boyd, Bill (Cowboy Rambler), and Kahl Rafaun.
Words by: Boyd, Bill (Cowboy Rambler), and Kahl Rafaun.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Underneath the old Sierra moon.
First Line: Twilight is falling, birds are at rest, drifting along it seems, to old Nevada
Chorus: Let me live forever in Nevada underneath the old Sierra moon
Music by: Farland, Lester.
Words by: Gardner, Robert A.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: United nations.
First Line: When men who love their freedom fight for the right to live it is true they will see it through
Chorus: United and free, and ever shall be, we have but one flag
Music by: Bromberg, Jacob.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Jacob Bromberg, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Until I live again.
First Line: Here comes that empty feeling that we have come to know
Chorus: Goodnight, until I live again tomorrow night when we meet again
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Until today.
First Line: For years I walked along and did not see the sky
Chorus: Until today the wind was just to blow dust in my eyes
Music by: Carleton, Bob.
Words by: Barnhill, Robert G.
P/P/D: S.l. : Robert G. Barnhill, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Viva Roosevelt!
First Line: Twenty one panamerican countries follow the leader of great repute
Chorus: Viva Roosevelt! Viva Roosevelt! He's a real amigo
Music by: Cugat, Xavier.
Words by: Stillman, Al., and Emilio De Torre.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wait for me.
First Line: Fate has a way of parting lovers who always say they can't live without each other
Chorus: Wait for me, wait for me I am longing to be with you
Music by: Hosfelt, Wilma.
Words by: Hosfelt, Wilma.
P/P/D: Detroit : Wilma Hosfelt, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Walking in the shadows.
First Line: I loved and lost you someone else won
Chorus: Walking in the shadows all alone beneath the moon tryin' to recall our favorite tune
Music by: Rauch, John D.
Words by: Rauch, John D.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Webster Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wandr'ing down.
First Line: Watching the gleams of my fireside beams, mem'ries journey far
Chorus:
Music by: Boettiger, Rose Cole, and Ray Hibbeler.
Words by: Boettiger, Rose Cole, and Ray Hibbeler.
P/P/D: Tacoma, Wash. : Rose Cole Boettiger, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Watch the river roll by.
First Line: If you're sad and your heart is pining, I know a place where the skies are always blue
Chorus: Just put your head upon a pillow, 'neath a weeping willow
Music by: Baggett, Nita, Bob White, Al Sanders, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Baggett, Nita, Bob White, Al Sanders, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Weary, worried and blue.
First Line: So tired of living alone, alone with memories of you
Chorus:
Music by: Daffan, Ted.
Words by: Daffan, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When I won you.
First Line: Ev'ry little bird that sings their songs seem to say "You're lucky in love"
Chorus: For I won, I won some girl when I won you
Music by: Caldwell, George W.
Words by: Caldwell, George W.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When there's a breeze on Lake Louise.
First Line: Sunset on the shore opens nature's door to an ev'ning for romance
Chorus: When there's a breeze on Lake Louise, there on a cool Canadian June night
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When you're with me.
First Line: My dear, I have so much to say to you
Chorus: When you're with me, the cares of day fade away
Music by: Lambert, Jimmy.
Words by: Glick, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Whose heart are you breakin' now.
First Line: Not long ago we loved each other. And we were happy as can be
Chorus: I am the one that you fooled yesterday.
Music by: Jenkins, Floyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: Nashville : Acuff-Rose Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Who's been here (Since I been gone).
First Line: I loved you, baby, but you done me wrong, now who's been here since I been gone
Chorus:
Music by: Dexter, Al.
Words by: Dexter, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Who's gonna kiss you when I'm gone?
First Line: I got a letter this morning it said I done you wrong
Chorus: Who's gonna kiss you when I'm gone?
Music by: Campbell, C. Guy, and Everett R. Hinderer.
Words by: Campbell, C. Guy, and Everett R. Hinderer.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Pub. Co, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Won't you forgive me?
First Line: Won't you forgive me, darlin?' For those mean words I said
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, and Paul Sapp.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, and Paul Sapp.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Won't you wait another year.
First Line: Won't you wait another year? Tell me that you are sincere
Chorus:
Music by: Montogomery, Marvin.
Words by: Montogomery, Marvin.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wrap your arms around me baby.
First Line: There comes a time when people part, 'tis said but true
Chorus: So wrap your arms around me baby, just cling to me real tight
Music by: Piedmonte, Victor, and Don Arres.
Words by: Piedmonte, Victor, and Don Arres.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You can't hold a memory in your arms.
First Line: Memories are wonderful things to have around
Chorus: You can't hold a memory in your arms, sweetheart
Music by: Altman, Arthur.
Words by: Zaret, Hy.
P/P/D: New York : Olman Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You were with me in the waltz of my dreams.
First Line: Oh, out of the night you came stealing, in my dream of love.
Chorus: You were with me in waltz of my dreams, dear
Music by: Mc Bride, Eddie, and Wilf Carter.
Words by: Mc Bride, Eddie, and Wilf Carter.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You're from Texas.
First Line: Pardon me, stranger, I hope there's no danger
Chorus: I 'low as how you're from Texas you talk the lingo I understand
Music by: Walker, Cindy.
Words by: Walker, Cindy.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You've got what I want (And I've got what you want).
First Line: You're acting bashful, I'm acting bashful, we're not getting anyplace at all
Chorus:
Music by: Greenberg, Abner.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Greenberg Music Publisher, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A Zoot suit (For my Sunday gal).
First Line: Sam and Sal had a date to meet on Lenox Avenue
Chorus: I want a Zoot suit with a reat pleat, with a drape shape and a stuff cuff
Music by: Gilbert, Ray, and Bob O'Brien.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

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Title: Adams street's queen.
First Line: Dusty stonehouse vacant trash lot bordered by crumbling walk with fallen down fence
Chorus:
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Amor.
First Line: Amor, Amor, Amor this word so sweet that I repeat means I adore you
Chorus:
Music by: Ruiz, Gabriel.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Beautiful Hawaii.
First Line: There beside a blue lagoon, lovers met, their hearts in tune
Chorus: There was a time when hearts were gay
Music by: Mc Intire, Lani, Harry Mann, and Mildred Cuomo.
Words by: Mc Intire, Lani, Harry Mann, and Mildred Cuomo.
P/P/D: New York : Paul-Pioneer Music Corp., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Behind my smiles.
First Line: It's easy to pretend that you're happy, when life rolls a long like a song
Chorus: Behind my smile you'll find that I'm lonesome
Music by: Cross, Hugh.
Words by: Cross, Hugh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Besame Mucho (Kiss me much).
First Line: Besame besame mucho, each time I cling to your kiss I hear music devine
Chorus:
Music by: Velazquez, Consuelo.
Words by: Velazquez, Consuelo, and Sunny Skylar.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The Betty Grable polka.
First Line: Ev'ry station in the land has a quiz program without them they would all be incomplete
Chorus: Oh, so sweet, so petite she will take you by storm
Music by: Hayes, Billy.
Words by: Hayes, Billy, and Charles Gunther.
P/P/D: New York : Lewis Music Pub. Company Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Blue mist (Ua-noe) (Oo-wah no way).
First Line: We were stranded alone on an island
Chorus: Blue mist, do you remember? There was no moonlight only loves ember.
Music by: Herscher, Louis, and Iona Andy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Blue pacific night.
First Line:
Chorus: There is nothing quite so lovely, as a blue pacific night
Music by: Dials, Sgt. Floyd R.
Words by: Dials, Sgt. Floyd R.
P/P/D: S.l. : Robert W. Dotzauer and Floyd R. Dials, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Born to lose.
First Line: Born to lose, I've lived my life in vain, every dream has only brought me pain
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Frankie.
Words by: Brown, Frankie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A branded maverick.
First Line: A battle scarred old mustang I have always been; raced an' fought an' loved the life that's free
Chorus: A branded mav'rick, rope and tie me fast; a branded maverick, I'm corralled at last
Music by: Dickson, Art.
Words by: Dickson, Art.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: By a babbling brook.
First Line: Let us meet each other 'neath the weeping willow tree
Chorus: By a babbling brook is a shady nook, where no prying eyes can see
Music by: Stevens, Thos. A.
Words by: Stevens, Thos. A.
P/P/D: S.l. : Thos. A. Stevens, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: By the light of your eyes I read your heart (Tres palabras).
First Line: I see in your gaze the key to your ways
Chorus: By the light of your eyes I read your heart, dear
Music by: Farres, Osvaldo.
Words by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Ervin Drake.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Call me up darling.
First Line: A little ray of sunshine is due to ev'ryone some day
Chorus: Call me up and say you're lonely; call me up and say you're blue
Music by: Morris, E. E.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Radio Music Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Cheer up!
First Line: Cheer up! Oh, cheer up! The skies are bound to clear up, so get ready to put on a grin
Chorus:
Music by: Rice, H. Colin, and Richard May.
Words by: Rice, H. Colin, and Richard May.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Columbus stockade blues.
First Line: Way down in Columbus, Georgia; want to be back in Tennessee
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, and Eva Sargent.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, and Eva Sargent.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Come on and whistle.
First Line: Fellows, if you're lonely, and need someone to love
Chorus: If there's anyone here who'd like a date with me, let him whistle come on and whistle!
Music by: Piantadosi, Al, and Irving Bibo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A cornstalk fiddle and a shoestring bow.
First Line: Thump! go the hick'ry nuts, on the frosty ground
Chorus: A cornstalk fiddle and a shoestring bow, swing your partner and you do-si-do
Music by: Jesters, Kings, Jack Foy, and Rex Lampman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Dear Dad.
First Line: Lonely the room, but still you are there; your slippers and your pipe
Chorus: Dear Dad, here's just a line to let you know we're feeling fine
Music by: Rice, H. Colin, and Don Justin.
Words by: Rice, H. Colin, and Don Justin.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Do I know what I'm doing.
First Line: I can't decide if I'm satisfied; I can't be sure that it's real
Chorus: Do I know what I'm doing am I right, am I wrong, am I giving my heart away for a song?
Music by: Costello, Joanne.
Words by: Costello, Joanne, and Freddie Stewart.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't make me go to bed and I'll be good.
First Line: A laughing baby boy, one ev'ning in his play disturbed the household with his noisy glee
Chorus: Don't, papa, and I'll be good; don't, papa, and I'll be good
Music by: Cross, Hugh.
Words by: Cross, Hugh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't monkey 'round my widder when I'm gone.
First Line: My fever's way high I'm suff'rin' with a cold
Chorus:
Music by: Karl & Harty.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Bob Smith, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't pity me.
First Line: Now when you see me strutting in my uniform; don't pity me
Chorus:
Music by: Deardorff, Chas. Dana.
Words by: Deardorff, Chas. Dana.
P/P/D: Fort Wayne, Indiana : Chas. Dana Deardorff, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't stop now.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm under your spell, how long I can't tell
Music by: Campbell, William.
Words by: Campbell, William.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A dream ago.
First Line: So unreal, this being apart; my life's in the night-marish phase
Chorus: A dream ago my lips caressed you. Just a dream ago my two arms pressed you
Music by: Rosen, Milton.
Words by: Carter, Everett.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ev'rywhere.
First Line:
Chorus: The boys are going ev'rywhere, they're making a show ev'erywhere
Music by: Prima, Louis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A fellow on a furlough.
First Line: There's just a little time to play. I know
Chorus: He's just a fellow on a furlough, out looking for a dream, the one who's in his dreams ev'ry night
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : House of Melody, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Fiesta square.
First Line: Tom-toms are beating the maracas entreating as the rhumba begins
Chorus: They're dancing in fiesta square my senorita will be there
Music by: March, Jerry.
Words by: March, Jerry.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Fight for old glory.
First Line: Fight for old glory, for she tells the story of men who once made history
Chorus:
Music by: Dixon, W. J.
Words by: Dixon, W. J.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Music Center Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Gals don't mean a thing (In my life).
First Line:
Chorus: The blues don't mean a thing in my young life; somewhere, somehow I lose 'em
Music by: Gibson, Arbie, and Curt Massey.
Words by: Gibson, Arbie, and Curt Massey.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Get along Dobbin.
First Line: Whoa there, whoa I say, you resurrected bale of hay
Chorus: Git along, Dobbin, (clk-clk-clk.) Pick 'em up and lay 'em down
Music by: Kalar, Phil.
Words by: Nulty, Eddie.
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Company, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Get out and dig, dig, dig.
First Line: Get out and dig, dig, dig in the sunshine you can make a garden grow
Chorus:
Music by: Reynolds, Hunter.
Words by: Reynolds, Hunter.
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Company, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Gone.
First Line: Brazil cast it's tropical spell and now there's a story to tell
Chorus: Gone are the days of yesterday when we smiled and hearts were gay
Music by: Weller, S.
Words by: Weinstein, Sam.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Service, Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Heart break trail.
First Line: A cowboy returned to the scene of his childhood, to his sweetheart of long, long ago
Chorus: Cowboy ridin', sorrow hidin', head bowed, lonesome and blue
Music by: Darling, Denver, and Vaughn Horton.
Words by: Darling, Denver, and Vaughn Horton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Help wanted (For romance).
First Line: My friends have asked me why I feel blue
Chorus: Help wanted someone to cheer a heart
Music by: Weller, S.
Words by: Wyner, Syd.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Service, Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: High in the saddle.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm high in the saddle, yip-ee-ky-yay, yip-ee-ky-yay
Music by: Coe, Tex, Jimmie Newill, and Dave O'Brien.
Words by: Coe, Tex, Jimmie Newill, and Dave O'Brien.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hill-billy-hop (Zu-zu-zu-zu!).
First Line: Oh, the turkey in the straw ain't so corny anymore!
Chorus: Hill billy hop! Zu-zu-zu-zu! Spin like a top with my hip boots on
Music by: Kent, Carl, and Ervin Drake.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hours I remember.
First Line: Hours I remember hours spent with you
Chorus:
Music by: Shaw, Wally.
Words by: McStay, Helen.
P/P/D: New York : Sunnyside Music Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I accuse you (Of being lovable).
First Line: I'm certain that the one who's with me constantly makes plots and plans for pots and pans
Chorus: I accuse you of being lovable; I suspected you from the start
Music by: McGrane, Paul.
Words by: Drake, Ervin.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I couldn't sleep a wink last night.
First Line: After we parted last night, I stayed awake and thought of you
Chorus: I couldn't sleep a wink last night because we had that silly fight
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I dreamt about a dream last night.
First Line: When the moon has gone away and the sun has brought another day
Chorus: I dreamt about a dream last night an angel stole my heart last night
Music by: Lane, William.
Words by: Lane, William.
P/P/D: New York : Eastern Music Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I guess I'll be gettin' along.
First Line: I'm leaving tonight little darling I may as well be on my way
Chorus:
Music by: Wilkins, Floyd.
Words by: Wilkins, Floyd.
P/P/D: Chicago : Country Music, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I know I'll never forget.
First Line: With you no longer there birds no longer fly
Chorus: I know I'll never forget the way you looked the day we met
Music by: Candell, Tommy.
Words by: Sims, Artie.
P/P/D: New York : Carol Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I know you'll come back some day.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a moon over my shoulder, like the night you sailed away
Music by: Merker, Betty.
Words by: Merker, Betty.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I love you.
First Line: If a love song I could only write, a song with words and music divine
Chorus: I love you hums the April breeze I love you echo the hills
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I only have one life to live but I'd gladly give up for my country.
First Line: In that grand Alantic Charter, justice rings through ev'ry clause
Chorus: I only have one life to live, but I'd glady give it up for my country
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I saw a dream (Last night).
First Line: I've been called a dreamer 'cause I sit all day and dream
Chorus: I saw a dream last night, and knew so well, it simply wasn't right to break the spell
Music by: Rhodes, David Wellman.
Words by: Rhodes, David Wellman.
P/P/D: S.l. : David Wellman Rhodes, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I saw a star.
First Line: Each time I see your service star I think about the day
Chorus: I saw a star as I passed your home tonight
Music by: Gallagher, Bill.
Words by: Gallagher, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I wish I were a Gypsy.
First Line: Last night I had a won'drous dream love a sweet dream I've never dreamed before
Chorus: I wish I were a Gypsy a gay romantic Gypsy
Music by: Zoeller, Lou, and Tom Dempsey.
Words by:
P/P/D: Beverly Hills : Zoeller Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Idle dreams.
First Line: What good is dreaming all alone, it never does me any good
Chorus:
Music by: Nuccio, Joe.
Words by: Nuccio, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Crestwood Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If I'm lucky.
First Line: I can't wait to see you, dear, tonight, I'm looking forward to be with you
Chorus: If I'm lucky, there'll be moonlight tonight, if I'm lucky, I'll be holding you tight
Music by: Pearl, Lee, Jimmy Dale, and Art Berman.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, Jimmy Dale, and Art Berman.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If that's the way you want it, baby.
First Line: Time's a wastin' wish that we could hasten to the man with the collar turned around
Chorus: If that's the way you want it, baby, baby that's the way it will be
Music by: Tobias, Charlie, Al Lewis, and Harry Tobias.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If you can't be my sweetheart, be my friend.
First Line:
Chorus: Today you said we two must part, those words have broken my heart
Music by: Cross, Hugh.
Words by: Cross, Hugh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll be waiting for you.
First Line: I've been living on the river bank where the Rio winds its way
Chorus: I've been waiting for you oh my dream has come true
Music by: Docking, Lester.
Words by: Docking, Lester.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Echoes of Victory Music Pub. Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll get by (As long as I have you).
First Line: I've neither wealth nor power but now that you said you're mine
Chorus: For I'll get by as long as I have you
Music by: Alhert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm sending my love for Christmas.
First Line: Here is the season to be jolly. How the time flew!
Chorus: I'm sending my love for Christmas, instead of something shiny and new
Music by: Prichard, Henry.
Words by: Prichard, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: In God we trust.
First Line: In God we trust with all our heart and soul
Chorus:
Music by: Sherman, Albert.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Harry Tobias, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: An island serenade.
First Line: Shadows tell me today is not for long
Chorus: Gone another day my tho'ts are left astray
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It happens ev'ry time!
First Line: You're on my mind so much, you're my ev'rything I touch
Chorus: When I get up in early morn I see your vision in the dawn, and thought of you go on and on
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It won't be long before it's over, over there.
First Line: This is a peace loving country where people are equal and free
Chorus: Now that the Yankees are over there bombing the Germans and Japs by air
Music by: Ross, Phil.
Words by: Howard, Bobby.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Ross & Howard, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's great to live in freedom (A creed for Americans).
First Line: It's great to live in freedom in this land we call the U. S. A.
Chorus: Freedom from want, freedom from fear
Music by: McGinty, Harry.
Words by: McGinty, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Ideal Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's love-love-love.
First Line: Imagine you imagining that you love me and starting on a family tree
Chorus:
Music by: David, Mack, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: David, Mack, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's not the same old corner (Since the old gang marched away).
First Line: It's so strange in the old neighborhood, ev'rything is diff'rent somehow
Chorus: It's the same old street with the same old tracks
Music by: Pearl, Lee, and Johnny Graham.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, and Johnny Graham.
P/P/D: New York : Excelsior Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've got a heart filled with love (For you dear).
First Line: Here is my confession, it's all about you, and you must believe it
Chorus: I've got a heart filled with love you, dear, for you, dear, filled my heart with love
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Jacobs, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Mutual Music Society, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Johnny Zero.
First Line: The kids all called him Johnny Zero; in school they always used to say, Johnny got a zero
Chorus:
Music by: Lawnhurst, Vee.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Judgment days a-comin' for that "Schickelgruber man."
First Line: Judgment day's a-comin' for that "Schick-el-grub-er man"
Chorus:
Music by: Meadows, Fred.
Words by: Meadows, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Just a stowaway on a ship of dreams.
First Line: I see you in each wish I make, I miss you with each breath I take
Chorus: The moon is low tonight, so am I, it seems; I'm just a stowaway on a ship of dreams
Music by: Knight, Vick.
Words by: Knight, Vick.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Keep that smile.
First Line: I know how you feel; please don't say it, for I feel the same, dear, as you
Chorus: Keep that smile. Never lose it
Music by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Edward Ross.
Words by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Edward Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Kentucky.
First Line:
Chorus: Soon I'll be goin' where the soft breeze is blowin' in Kentucky
Music by: Prichard, Henry.
Words by: Prichard, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Lili Marlene.
First Line: Would you like to hear the story of a girl that many soldiers know
Chorus: Underneath the lamppost by the barrack gate
Music by: David, Mack, and Phil Park.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Chappell & Co. Ltd., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Linda Lou.
First Line: I've waited a long time for you, darlin'; but never knew exactly what you'd be
Chorus: Linda Lou, honest true, I'm just wild about your lovely eyes of blue
Music by: Whelan, Ekko, and Roy Rogers.
Words by: Whelan, Ekko, and Roy Rogers.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The little red caboose broke loose.
First Line: The little red caboose broke loose; trav'lin' up the old mountain side
Chorus: Look out below, look out below; the little red caboose is on the loose
Music by: Hayes, Billy, and Lee Melton.
Words by: Hayes, Billy, and Lee Melton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Love is the trick of the year.
First Line: Time was when I used to wonder why the stars and moon held sway
Chorus: I had a talk with the stars, with the dust from their light hov'ring near
Music by: Mirkel, Elsie.
Words by: Mirkel, Elsie.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Love me.
First Line: Put your hopes with mine don't hesitate show me that you care please don't make me wait
Chorus: When I look at you, how I want you to love me
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Jacobs, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A lovely way to spend an evening.
First Line: Some like a night at the movies, some like a dance or a show
Chorus: This is a lovely way to spend an evening, couldn't think of anything else I'd rather do
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Lover's serenade.
First Line: Music ev'rywhere romance fills the air when you're dancing with the one you love
Chorus: Your heart goes pitter patter and the dark clouds scatter
Music by: Pellettieri, Vito, and Fred Rose.
Words by: Pellettieri, Vito, and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Memphis shuffle.
First Line:
Chorus: Started down in Memphis town, took a while to get around
Music by: Chase, Evelyn, Sam Michelso, and Dan Franklin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dawson Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The mercury waltz.
First Line: I can't forget, here's where we met; here's where you went away
Chorus: The mercury waltz lives again in my heart tonight
Music by: Pablo, Don.
Words by: Pablo, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The merry polka (Let's do the merry, merry polka).
First Line: Let's do the merry, merry polka, while the light are turned down low
Chorus:
Music by: Corbo, Don.
Words by: Corbo, Don.
P/P/D: Asbury Park, N. J. : Ocean-Spray Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: More than a dream.
First Line: I spend each night in pray'r, hoping that I will see somehow a world that's without care
Chorus: More than a dream when stars appear are all my pray'rs for things you hold so dear
Music by: Pelzman, Lee, Walter Van Dyke, and Gary Van Dyke.
Words by: Pelzman, Lee, Walter Van Dyke, and Gary Van Dyke.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: More than ever.
First Line: When we met you took a place in my heart
Chorus: More than ever, I want you close to me more than ever to kiss tenderly
Music by: Greer, Jesse.
Words by: Adams, Chick.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My baby comes first with me.
First Line: My baby don't possess a lot but he means the world to me
Chorus: My baby comes first with me, my baby comes first with me
Music by: Baker, Ward.
Words by: Baker, Ward.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My dream sweethert.
First Line: Ev'ry night when the moon beams play I lie dreaming the hours away
Chorus: My dream sweetheart you're here with me whenever the lights are low
Music by: Olsen, La Veda, and Wilford.
Words by: Olsen, La Veda, and Wilford.
P/P/D: New York : Progressive Music Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My good ship Rhapsody (A song of the sea).
First Line: On the sea of ecstasy, sailed my good ship "Rhapsody"
Chorus: Is the sea my enemy, that will take away from me all that life holds dear
Music by: Petrae, Raymond A.
Words by: Muzzy, Harold W., and Fred A. Whitfield.
P/P/D: Seattle, Washington : Fred A. Whitfield, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My kind of people.
First Line: My kind of people, love to go to church on Sunday, my kind of people love to pray
Chorus:
Music by: Greer, Jesse.
Words by: Neiburg, Al J.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My lips remember your kisses.
First Line: You have magical thrills in your lips my hear is at your fingertips
Chorus: My lips remember your kisses my heart remembers your love
Music by: Scherman, Robert, Henry May, and Ben Siegel.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Webster Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nellie and Jim.
First Line: If you will gather around me, I have a story to tell; it's all about a cowboy
Chorus: The tale I tell you is oh so true, so true
Music by: Dickson, Art.
Words by: Dickson, Art.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: New shoes.
First Line: Don't sing the old songs I'm hankering for a novelty; I'm itching to find a new face
Chorus: Gonna get me some new shoes, gonna get me a lid
Music by: Irwin, Will.
Words by: Carrol, June.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Night in the jungle.
First Line: Listen to the voo-doo drums throb; listen to the singer choke a sob
Chorus: Soft were the ripples from our canoe sweet was the night wind sweeter were you
Music by: Whitney, Helen.
Words by: Whitney, Emerson C.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: No letter today.
First Line: No letter today I have waited since dawn, I've waited each day since you've been gone
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Frankie.
Words by: Brown, Frankie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: No love kisses, no kisses.
First Line:
Chorus: No love, no kisses what an awful predicament this is
Music by: Wallance, Jack.
Words by: Tara, Dana.
P/P/D: New York : Sunnyside Music Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nothing's gonna stop us now.
First Line: We're leaving the old home town tonight we've bid all our friends goodbye
Chorus: Nothing's gonna stop us now we'll fight like never before
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Hagerty, Jim A.
P/P/D: Pittsburg, Pa. : James A. Hagerty, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh, brother!
First Line: He was on leave one night. He tried to hold her tight
Chorus: It looks as though you want romancing, oh, brother!
Music by: Manners, Maxine, and Jean Miller.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh, Theodora.
First Line: Johnny never had a real romance, he never seemed to get the proper chance
Chorus: We met one night, I held you tight, you thrilled me thru' and thru'
Music by: Cogane, Nelson, Jimmie Franklin, and Sunny Skylar.
Words by: Cogane, Nelson, Jimmie Franklin, and Sunny Skylar.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh, what a beautiful mornin'.
First Line: There's a bright golden haze on the meadow, there 's a bright golden haze on the meadow
Chorus: Oh, what a beautiful mornin', oh, what a beautiful day
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oklahoma.
First Line: Brand new state! Brand new state, gonna treat you great!
Chorus: Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: People will say we're in love.
First Line: Why do they think up stories that link my name with yours?
Chorus: Don't throw bouquets at me don't please my folks too much
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Poinciana (Song of the tree) (La cancion del arbol).
First Line: Blow tropic wind, sing a song thru the tree. Tree, sigh to me, soon my love, I will see
Chorus: Poinciana, your branches speak to me of love
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Bernier, Buddy, and Manuel Lliso.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The prairie polka.
First Line: Bright eyes glancing, glad hearts dancing, prairie sweethearts together romancing
Chorus: Come on dance the prairie polka by the light of prairie stars so bright
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Bratton, John W.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Put a zipper on your lip.
First Line: Better listen mister citizen, there's work we've got to do
Chorus: Put a zipper on your lip, listen brother take a tip
Music by: Davis, Rusty.
Words by: Davis, Paul McKenna.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Put your troubles down the hatch.
First Line:
Chorus: Ev'rybody come and step right up! Put your troubles in a great big cup
Music by: Montgomery, Marvin, and Bill Boyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Remember old calais.
First Line: Even tho' we're far apart it won't be for very long
Chorus: Remember old calais, where the fragrant scent of flowers fills the air
Music by: Rubens, Hugo.
Words by: Griffin, Gerald.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The rickety richshaw man.
First Line:
Chorus: There's coolie, name of Chulee, runs a rickety rickshaw south of Peking
Music by: Drake, Ervin.
Words by: Drake, Ervin.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Lane Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Roundin' up the strays.
First Line: Sunrise on the trail, night is liftin' see the purple clouds slowly driftin'
Chorus:
Music by: Milam, Sam.
Words by: Milam, Jayne.
P/P/D: Chicago : Plamor Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Rumor man.
First Line: There is a certain man in town who tells you stories to make you frown
Chorus: Sh sh he's bad and bold yes but it must be told he'll get you in a jam
Music by: King, Drewey.
Words by: King, Drewey.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Service, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Secret-mus'n't tell!
First Line: You said, "Baby, don't be shy!" I looked up into your eye, what did you say oh, so sweet?
Chorus:
Music by: Collier, Marion.
Words by: Collier, Marion.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: She didn't lay that pistol down.
First Line: The story's going 'round about a two gun gal
Chorus: She didn't lay that pistol down, she didn't lay it down
Music by: Pearl, Lee, and Murray Rich.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, and Murray Rich.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Shoulder arms.
First Line: Shoulder arms. Shoulder arms. The calling is ringing out across the land
Chorus: The call is not to just the solider, sailor or marine
Music by: Lapere, Christine D.
Words by: Lapere, Christine D.
P/P/D: Detroit : Carl Sorbie Publisher, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sho' nuff.
First Line: A boy and girl were dancing and just happened to dance my way
Chorus: Sno' nuff did you say you love me? Sho'nuff can your love be true?
Music by: Williams, Billy.
Words by: Williams, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Republic Music Corp., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Silver sails in the blue.
First Line: Sailing thru the night is heaven with the rolling tide
Chorus: Silver sails in the blue 'neath Tahitian skies, a paradise for two
Music by: McIntire, Lani, Ferney De Persia, and Joe L. Dario.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Lewis Music Publishing Company, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: So nice to remember.
First Line: Going along with a smile, sometimes we meet again
Chorus: A breakfast at dawning, a kiss in the rain, a cigarette shared in a shawdowy lane
Music by: Stewart, Neta.
Words by: Stewart, Neta.
P/P/D: Toronto, Canada : Southern Music Pub. Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Soft hearted.
First Line: What stories I told myself! I should have controlled myself
Chorus: You don't really love me, your just soft hearted
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Soldier's reverie.
First Line: Out of the dark clouds afar I can hear your song from a star
Chorus:
Music by: Phayle, Buddy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Buddy Phayle Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Someday I'll dream again.
First Line: Last night's kisses are still on my lip but yesterday's dreams are gone
Chorus: Someday, maybe, I'll dream again. Some day, maybe, heaven knows when!
Music by: Bibo, Irving, Al Piantadosi, Joseloff, and Stanley.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Somehow your absence is making me blue.
First Line: Fate had a hand in our meeting each other
Chorus: Somehow your absence is making me blue
Music by: Neff, Francis M.
Words by: Neff, Francis M.
P/P/D: New York : Art Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The song of the skis.
First Line: I saw a host of skis glide by last night in a lovely dream
Chorus: We slide along, we glide along, oh hark! to the song of the skis
Music by: Futran, Jacques Edward.
Words by: Brinig, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The southern cross swung low.
First Line: The southern cross swung low above the sea; like stars from heaven's crown your lovely eyes
Chorus: We parted when the southern cross swung low
Music by: Foy, Jack, and Phil Kalar.
Words by: Lampman, Rex.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Speak low.
First Line: Speak low when you speak, love, our summer day withers away too soon too soon
Chorus:
Music by: Weill, Kurt.
Words by: Nash, Ogden.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Start with a whistle in the morning.
First Line: Hi ya, pal, how'd ya feel? Full of pepper and paprika or down at the heel?
Chorus: Start with a whistle in the morning (whistle) just pucker and blow
Music by: Owen, Delos.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Delos Owen, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Stock full of blues.
First Line: Got a corn on my toe that is hurtin' me so and I can't cut a rug
Chorus:
Music by: Charles, Dick, Phil Perry, and Charles Reade.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sugarfoot.
First Line: Yor're so sweet, you give a guy a toothache
Chorus: My sugarfoot, my tall turtle dove, my blonde buttercup, say you're mine
Music by: Duke, Vernon.
Words by: Dietz, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The surrey with the fringe on top.
First Line: When I take you out, tonight, with me, honey, here's the way it's goin' to be
Chorus: Chicks and ducks and geese better scurry when I take you out in the surrey
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sweet mama put him in the low.
First Line: He used to be a slicker with a cane in his hand but now he wears the clothes of a working man
Chorus: He was a high geared daddy but sweet mama put him in the low
Music by: Karl, and Harty.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Bob Smith, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Take the "A" train.
First Line: You can give up pleasure driving and ditch your Acard too
Chorus: Get aboard the "A" train to take a little ride around the city
Music by: Strayhorn, Billy.
Words by: The Delta Rhythm Boys.
P/P/D: New York : Tempo Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ten years.
First Line: Ten years or more I've been waiting for you to change your way
Chorus:
Music by: Bond, Johnny.
Words by: Bond, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thanks to you, my fair-weather friend.
First Line: A friend is a friend if it's cloudy or fair I've had friends by the score
Chorus: Thanks to you, my fair weather friend, I hate to lose you truly I do
Music by: Newton, Al.
Words by: Newton, Al.
P/P/D: Mobile, Ala : Al Newton, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That's him.
First Line: You can shuffle him with millions, soldiers and civilians, I'd pick him out
Chorus: You know the way you feel when there is autumn in the air
Music by: Weill, Kurt.
Words by: Nash, Odgen.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The things that mean so much to me.
First Line: They're talking about the future.
Chorus: The drug store on the corner, the schoohouse further down
Music by: Wayne, Bernie.
Words by: Raleigh, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: This will make you laugh.
First Line: I don't mean to be cynical, but love is not for me
Chorus: This will make you laugh, I staked my dreams on you
Music by: Higginbotham, Irene.
Words by: Higginbotham, Irene.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tired of ramblin'.
First Line: Tired of ramblin' on the lonesome prairie, tired of chasin' doggies all around
Chorus:
Music by: Newell, Jim, and Dave O'Brien.
Words by: Newell, Jim, and Dave O'Brien.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tonight is our night (Extrana vida).
First Line: As the shadows grow, your eyes are all aglow.
Chorus: Tonight is our night, we own the starlight
Music by: Pafumy, Jose.
Words by: Salinas, Alberto, Castro Valencia, and Ervin Drake.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tonight I'll live last night over.
First Line: Through all the day I sing this song, and wait for night to come
Chorus: Tonight I'll live last night over, over and over again
Music by: Rae, Ella, and George Geore.
Words by: Furlett, Frank.
P/P/D: S. l. : Puritan Publishin Company, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tschaikowsky's Ave Maria.
First Line: Ave Maria gratia plena dominuste cum benedicta tu
Chorus:
Music by: Tschaikowsky, Peter.
Words by: Tschaikowsky, Peter.
P/P/D: New York : Whitney Blake Music Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Vict'ry polka.
First Line: There's gonna be a hallelujah day when the boys have all come home to stay
Chorus:
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Samuel.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Vincio a te! (Near to you) (Cerca de ti).
First Line: Always your magic soft voice brings me the fragrance and smiles of delight
Chorus: You are a poem just like a song of prayer
Music by: Bellassai, Nino.
Words by: Bellassai, Nino.
P/P/D: New York : Kelton-Romm Inc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Walking my blues away.
First Line: The ration man is knockin' at my door; the grocer man he done an' closed his store
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Westwind.
First Line: I had a love and my love was fair, fair as a summer's dawn.
Chorus: Westwind can you waken my true love
Music by: Weil, Kurt.
Words by: Nash, Odgen.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: We're coming over (Over there).
First Line: To the beat of the drum our brave boys come to fight for liberty
Chorus: The Yanks are parade again marching down Broadway again to the beat
Music by: La Rosa, Mickey.
Words by: La Rosa, Mickey.
P/P/D: S. l. : Mickey La Rosa, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What good would it do.
First Line: I am tempted to go overboard and fall in love with you
Chorus: I could say I care, but what good would it do?
Music by: Howard, Duane, and Tommy Duncan.
Words by: Howard, Duane, and Tommy Duncan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What more can I say?
First Line: Just a year has passed and gone since the day you left our home
Chorus: Now, what more can I say, since you've gone so far away
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When Grandma got her teeth in upside down.
First Line: You've seen a lot of trouble on the farm, you've seen a lot of trouble up in town
Chorus:
Music by: Foy, Jack, Rex Lampman, and Phil Kalar.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When they ask about you.
First Line: I'm so afraid of going out and I'm so tired of staying in
Chorus: When I go for a walk and meet old friends we knew we sit around and talk
Music by: Stept, Sam H.
Words by: Stept, Sam H.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Where the Sqornskroskreet meets the Gorfsloslat.
First Line: There is a place that I dream about, where life is nothing but play
Chorus: Where the Sqornskroskreet meet the Gorfsloslat that is where I want to be
Music by: Temple, T. Norman, Herb Ostrow, and Dave Ringle.
Words by: Temple, T. Norman, Herb Ostrow, and Dave Ringle.
P/P/D: New York : Dave Ringle, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Whistlin' down the lane for you.
First Line: People wonder why I'm happy, happy tho' the world be wrong
Chorus: When the dew is fallin', (whistle....) and the night is risin' in the blue
Music by: Whelan, Ekko, and Garet Romero.
Words by: Whelan, Ekko, and Garet' Romero.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Woogie hula.
First Line: Folks all go to Lenox Avenue, to cut new rugs each day.
Chorus: Woogie hula, woogie hula, a Hawaiian refrain, with a Harlem strain all in one
Music by: Herscher, Louis, and Marvin Hatley.
Words by: Herscher, Louis, and Marvin Hatley.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wrap yourself in cellophane.
First Line: I'm growing more lonely you knew that I would
Chorus: Wrap youself in cellophane and mail yourself to me
Music by: Mack, George.
Words by: Winslow, Ester S.
P/P/D: New York : Modern Melodies Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You belong to my heart (Solamente una vez).
First Line: You belong to my heart now and forever and our love had it's start not long ago
Chorus:
Music by: Lara, Agustin.
Words by: Gilbert, Ray.
P/P/D: Mexico : Promotora Hispano Americana de Musica, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You haven't the time.
First Line: I'd meet you each evening we'd plan things to do
Chorus:
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Pub, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You rhyme with everything that's beautiful.
First Line: You rhyme with ev'rything that's beautiful, with angels and moonlight, with heaven and stars
Chorus:
Music by: Reisfeld, Bert.
Words by: Stoner, Mickey.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You'll find romance.
First Line: Life was not meant to be spent alone
Chorus: You'll find romance, if only you will seek it
Music by: Merron, Frederic.
Words by: Alwyn, Ted.
P/P/D: Tonronto, Canada : Southern Music Publishing Co, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You're still that pal of mine.
First Line: I'm writing this letter, I just don't know how to start
Chorus: I love you, I love you, that's all my heart can say, dear
Music by: Goldspink, Hector.
Words by: Goldspink, Hector.
P/P/D: New York : Joseph Carlton, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

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Title: All I want is you, you, you!
First Line: Life to me is simple, and my wants are few
Chorus: All I want to say is "Darlin', I love you"
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: American polka.
First Line: Come along, come along, hear a new happy song that American polka
Chorus:
Music by: Nelson, Ed. G., Al. Trace, and "Smiling" Eddie Dorr.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Stasny Music Corp, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Any day now.
First Line: I made my reservasion my dream boat is due to start
Chorus: Any day now I'll be on my way
Music by: Cunningham, Paul, Ira Schuster, and Jack Rosenberg.
Words by: Cunningham, Paul, Ira Schuster, and Jack Rosenbert.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Apple blossoms in the rain.
First Line: Two silhouettes 'neath a starry sky, lost in a dream together
Chorus: Time to reminisce, a raindrop and a kiss
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: As long as there's music.
First Line: The mood begins with violins and suddenly you're close to me.
Chorus: A long as there's music and words of romance
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The barnyard band.
First Line: I love a real jam session, it can send me like a "four alarm."
Chorus: There's a crow in the garden, pickin' up corn, the bulls in the meadow, blowing his horn
Music by: Littlefield, Jimmy, Harry Filler, and Johnny Fortis.
Words by: Littlefield, Jimmy, Harry Filler, and Johnny Fortis.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Bell bottom trousers.
First Line: Once there was a little girl who lived next ot me
Chorus: Bell bottom trousers, coat of navy blue
Music by: Jaffe, Moe.
Words by: Jaffe, Moe.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Better do it now (Or there ain't gonna be no after while).
First Line: Better do it now, better do it now, or there ain't gonna be no after while.
Chorus:
Music by: Fox, "Red."
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Maestro Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Carlotta.
First Line: When Carlotta and Maxmilian were old Mexico's royal pair, a misguided young civilian fell in love with the empress fair
Chorus: Oh, Carlotta, Carlotta, so fair to see.
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Christmas Lullaby.
First Line: Lights aglow o'er the snow, from each fireside
Chorus: Can't you hear the angels sing a Christmas lullaby?
Music by: Edwards, Jack, Rrod Eddie, and Ben Edwards.
Words by: Edwards, Jack, and Rrod Eddie, Edwards.
P/P/D: New York : Edwards Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Cisco kid rhumba.
First Line: He may be a rogue, the Cisco kid, but still he has a way about him
Chorus:
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, Robert Stanley, and Agustin Borguno.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny, Robert Stanley, and Agustin Borguno.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Clickity clack, Jack.
First Line: Now the old kind of dancing might have been good 'bout a thousand years ago
Chorus: Clickity click, Jack, and heat it on the cymbal, clickity click, Jack
Music by: Greene, Mort.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Coal black mammy's (Little white rose).
First Line: A red cross nurse in Italy dreams of her home in Tennessee
Chorus: For she was coal black mammy's little white rose
Music by: Kenney, Jack.
Words by: Riesner, Charles S.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Urban Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Come with me my honey.
First Line: The bach'lor population of Trinidad say the situation is very bad
Chorus:
Music by: David, Mack, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A cowboy in khaki.
First Line: A cowboy in khaki far away from the range
Chorus:
Music by: Fortis, Johnny.
Words by: Spickol, Max.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Delta rhythm.
First Line: Evenin' shadows fallin', I go on recallin' my home
Chorus: Delta rhythm, solid rhythm just keeps runnin' through my mind
Music by: Panico, Louie, The Four Keys, and J. V. Cimber.
Words by:
P/P/D: Milwaukee : De Cimber Music Publishers, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Disillusion.
First Line: Disillusion that's all it was I know because you went away
Chorus:
Music by: Austin, Billy, and Lou E. Zoeller.
Words by:
P/P/D: Beverly Hill, Calif : Zoeller Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Do you believe in dreams?
First Line: Lately I find you are on my mind, I'm thinking of no one but you
Chorus: Do you believe in dreams, do you believe that dreams come true?
Music by: Bibo, Irving, Don Piantadosi, George Piantadosi, and Al Piantodosi.
Words by: Bibo, Irving, Don Piantadosi, George Piantadosi, and Al Piantodosi.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't worry, darlin'.
First Line: Missing you so, at the close of the day
Chorus: Don't worry, darlin', while I'm far away
Music by: Waverly, Jack.
Words by: Waverly, Jack.
P/P/D: Bellmore, New York : Jack Waverly, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't you notice anything new?
First Line: Since you're my inspiration I'm happy as can be
Chorus: Don't you notice anything new? It's not the clothes I'm wearing
Music by: Lange, Johnny, Jimmy Kennedy, and Jimmy Nolan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Pyramid Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Driftwood.
First Line: You played the game, set hearts a flame, never gave real love a chance.
Chorus: You don't know where you're going; you don't know where you are
Music by: Mitchell, Nita.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Easter Sunday with you.
First Line: When the spring is on the way, comes my favorite holiday
Chorus: Gee! I'd like to be with you on Easter Sunday
Music by: Reid, Don, and Henrry Tobias.
Words by: Reid, Don, and Henry Tobias.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Glamour girl.
First Line: She's the sweetheart of the campus and so very, very neat
Chorus:
Music by: Welk, Lawrence, Ozzie Clark, and Eddie Koncel.
Words by: Welk, Lawrence, Ozzie Clark, and Eddie Koncel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Vavrin & King, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Got any gum, chum? [English version].
First Line: In our towns and cities, you can see today
Chorus: Got any gum, chum, got any gum?
Music by: Evans, Tolchard.
Words by: Butler, Archie, and Archie De Bear.
P/P/D: S.l. : Keith Prowse & Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Guess I'll hang my tears out to dry.
First Line: The torch I carry is handsome; it's worth it's heartache in ransom
Chorus: When I want rain, I get sunny weather; I'm just as blue as the sky
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hail and farewell (The merchant marine song).
First Line: Sailin', sailin', over the seven seas, sailin', sailin', fightin' a salty breeze
Chorus: Hail and farewell, we're the mighty men of thde Merchant Marine
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: His daddy's name.
First Line: Baby boy is sleeping with a trust he's keeping
Chorus: His daddy's name and mother is proud of it
Music by: Herscher, Louis, and Roy Newell.
Words by: Herscher, Louis, and Roy Newell.
P/P/D: New York : Superior Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hoja seca.
First Line: Tan lejos de ti me voya morir, tan lejos de ti novoya vivir
Chorus:
Music by: Carbajo, Roque.
Words by:
P/P/D: Mexico : Editorial Mexicana de Musica International, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: How's about it?
First Line: They say that love is great. Each man should have a mate
Chorus: Say, how's about it? Say how about it us making a pair?
Music by: Rosen, Milton.
Words by: Carter, Everett.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I can't promise.
First Line: I should like to get the stars to crown your hair
Chorus: I can't promise I can get the moon for you. Though it seems to be the thing most lovers do
Music by: Brin, Bernard B.
Words by: Innes, David, and B. Blue.
P/P/D: New York : Roy Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I learned a lesson I'll never forget.
First Line: I was a fool who would follow no rule, playing the game my own way

Chorus: I learned a lesson I'll never forget, heaven help me if I do
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I like to make music for you.
First Line: You're to blame for bringin' this on, but honestly I adore it
Chorus: Do-re-mi-fa-so-la, so far, so good, if there's one thing I like to do, I like to make music for you
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I want to go to Tokio.
First Line: Ev'ry soldier, sailor and marine who's far away across the sea
Chorus: We singa high singa lee singa low that means we wanna go to Tokio
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Mc Carthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If anyone else turns up (Turn 'em down).
First Line: When I come back I want to find that you're the you I left behind
Chorus: If anyone else turns up, turn 'em down
Music by: Sour, Bob, Floria Vestoff, and Gordon Andrews.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll have to live and learn.
First Line:
Chorus: Today the storm clouds gather all about me because you said our path of life must turn
Music by: Clements, Zeke.
Words by: Clements, Zeke.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbott Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll remember Suzanne.
First Line: Dreams return like birds in flight to light a flame that burns thru ev'ry night
Chorus: I'll remember that summer, indigo sky
Music by: Segal, Jack, and Dick Miles.
Words by: Segal, Jack, and Dick Miles.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm afraid I'm in love.
First Line: Why, when for a thousand long nights I've been happy should things be reversed?
Chorus: I went along, day to day, looking for new things to do
Music by: Warnick, Clay.
Words by: Eager, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm afraid of you.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm afraid of you, so afraid of your magical charms
Music by: Hollander, Frederick.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm leavin' 'cause there's nothin' left to do.
First Line: When you promised that you'd always love me, I vowed that I would always love you too
Chorus: I'm leavin' 'cause there's nothin' left to do
Music by: Mc Enery, "Red River Dave," and Sam Martin.
Words by: Mc Enery, "Red River Dave," and Sam Martin.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm the guy.
First Line: Living is so much pleasure when there's a dream to share
Chorus: Cause I'm the guy who fell in love with you, I'm the guy who promised to be true
Music by: Hunt, Floyd.
Words by: Silvers, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Melo Song Publishers, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: In a round-a-bout way.
First Line: In a round-a-bout way, I tried to tell you, in a round-a-bout way, how much I care
Chorus:
Music by: Claire, Evelyn, Braheen Urban, and Lew Porter.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Urban Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Irresistible you.
First Line: Which ever way I turn, no matter what I do, whatever road I take, it leads to you
Chorus: Irresistible you, my heart has gone to you
Music by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
Words by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've got a magic lantern.
First Line: As a kid I got quite sentimental 'bout stories from the magic Hindu land
Chorus: I've got a magic lantern and now ev'ry rainy day
Music by: Guinan, Joseph.
Words by: Bickley, Harmon.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Pub. Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Japan we're coming.
First Line: Boom-boom! what's that? Oh, boy, that's a dead jap
Chorus: Japan, we're coming, Japan we're coming, but not on a mission of joy
Music by: Hall, Sell.
Words by: Hall, Sell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Sell Hall, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Just make believe.
First Line: Let us play a little game you and I alone
Chorus: Just make believe that you love me, for I'm in love with you
Music by: Stevens, Thomas A.
Words by: Stevens, Thomas A.
P/P/D: New London, Conn. : Thomas A. Stevens, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Just we two.
First Line: You stole my heart away, the very first day I met you
Chorus: We'll whisper to each other, just we two
Music by: Burnett, Eugene.
Words by: Burnett, Eugene.
P/P/D: Miami, Fl. : Mc Ginty Music Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Laughter polka.
First Line: Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha, let the fun begin! Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha, just keep up your chin!
Chorus:
Music by: Lenk, Harry.
Words by: Lenk, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Clef Music Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Look for the silver lining.
First Line: Please don't be offended if I preach to you awhile
Chorus:
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Love at second sight.
First Line: Tho' I may have met you before, we just met and passed and no more
Chorus: I didn't look twice when I first saw you but maybe if I'd had a second sight
Music by: Warnick, Clay.
Words by: Eager, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ma-Ma-Marie.
First Line: He would always sigh each time she passed him by
Chorus: Ma-ma-ma-Marie, I love you so!
Music by: Fields, Irving.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Marry for love.
First Line: Gently lay your sweet face here upon my shoulder
Chorus: Oh, sweetheart marry me for love and we will be so happy
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rosemary Lee, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Montana Moon.
First Line: When the birds have gone to rest, and the shadows fall, that's the time I love the best
Chorus: Montana Moon, light the night for me soon
Music by: Siegel, Irving, and Alfred K. Brix.
Words by: Siegel, Irving, and Alfred K. Brix.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Moods.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Maupin, Rex.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Moonlight whispers.
First Line: Moonlight whispers and sweet music to dance to have found us ah! what a sweet delight
Chorus:
Music by: Carle, Frankie.
Words by: Neiburg, Al J.
P/P/D: New York : Jewel Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My girl in my home town.
First Line: Johnny Jones is somehere far away, out beyond the ocean's foam
Chorus: There's some one always thinking of me, it's my girl in my old home town
Music by: Woolsey, Maryhale, Milt Taggart, Glenn Brown, and Lockwood George.
Words by: Woolsey, Maryhale, Milt Taggart, Glenn Brown, and Lockwood George.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My little brown book.
First Line: I used to have your picture, a ring that once was yours
Chorus: My little brown book with the silver binding
Music by: Strayhorn, Billy.
Words by: Strayhorn, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Tempo Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My mama says, "no no."
First Line: Tho' my heart goes pitter-patter like the patter when it rains
Chorus: My mama say, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no
Music by: Fiorito, Ted.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My star and sun.
First Line: Oh! if I could got to sleep a year, then when I'd awake I'd find you are here!
Chorus: I count the hours thru-out the live long day, I count the minutes since you went away
Music by: Innes, David, and B. Blue.
Words by: Innes, David, and B. Blue.
P/P/D: New York : Roy Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Na-Ni (Nah-Nee).
First Line: Love you must have lingered on the way. Love I now forgive you your delay
Chorus: Na-Ni. to be so beautiful is almost taboo, i'm enchanted as I'm gazing at you
Music by: Cornell, C. S.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Adeline Busik.
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Music Publishers Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Norway (The land of the midnight sun).
First Line: Norway, faraway in Norway, someone held his loved one to his heart
Chorus: When he sailed away from Norway, she could hardly say good-bye
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Mc Carthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nothin' doin' baby.
First Line: You're sorry now, that you've broken ev'ry vow
Chorus: Nothin' doin' baby now I'm on the loose
Music by: Whitfield, Evelyn.
Words by: Whitfield, Evelyn.
P/P/D: Seattle, Wash. : Rex Music Publishers, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nutsy doodling.
First Line: There is a new pescramy that's having a fling-a-ling. It's easy yet befoodleing
Chorus:
Music by: Ford, Rex.
Words by: Ford, Rex.
P/P/D: New York : Ruby Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh! please tell me darling.
First Line: There's a brand new tune that's goin' 'round; I wonder if yhou've heard
Chorus: Oh please tell me, darling, do you really love me?
Music by: Hoffman, Al, Al Trace, and Jerry Livingston.
Words by: Hoffman, Al, Al Trace, and Jerry Livingston.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: One little WAC.
First Line:
Chorus: Our little WAC, a khaki covered cutie, one little WAC released a man for duty
Music by: Dunstedter, Eddie.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Saunders Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Paris will be Paris once again.
First Line: Ev'ry day they're getting nearer to Paree, on and on they come from ev'rywhere
Chorus: When the boys take over, and we know they will, Paris will be Paris once again
Music by: Rosenburg, Jack, Paul Cunningham, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Rosenburg, Jack, Paul Cunningham, and Ira Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Please don't say "No."
First Line: I can see that you are above any love of mine you're the shining star that's so far from my reach
Chorus: Please don't say "no" say "maybe" or say "come back in spring"
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Powder Blue.
First Line: When lonely breezes sigh pale shadows paint the sky, and shades of night begin to fall
Chorus: I think of powder blue and corn flowers in the dew a lane where I walked with you long ago
Music by: Shelley, Gladys, Paul McGrane, and Harry Moss.
Words by: Shelley, Gladys, Paul McGrane, and Harry Moss.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Prayer of an airman.
First Line: God of the evening, God of the dawn, help us to fly till our bombs are gone
Chorus:
Music by: Hughes, Rupert.
Words by: Morton, Michael S., Pvt.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Prelude.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Maupin, Rex.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Rip Van Winkle Junior (Never slept a wink in twenty years).
First Line: Rip Van Winkle slept for twenty years they say
Chorus: Rip Van Winkle Junior never slept a wink in twenty years
Music by: Koppell, Al.
Words by: Bryan, Al.
P/P/D: East Orange, N. J. : Albryan Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Schottische with me.
First Line: What is that tune that ev'ry band is playin' turnin' the style of dancin' upside down?
Chorus: How about that music that's gettin' the mob!
Music by: Lerner, Sammy, Sidney Clare, and Archie Gottler.
Words by: Lerner, Sammy, Sidney Clare, and Archie Gottler.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Lerner, Clare & Gottler Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Shades of blue.
First Line: Blue shades in the evening, moon fades, and we're dreaming
Chorus:
Music by: Maupin, Rex.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Shepherd of the sky.
First Line: I just heard a story, I can tell to you, from a buddy who came home today
Chorus: Shepherd of the sky, lend your tender light
Music by: Marvin, Johnny, and Nat Vincent.
Words by: Marvin, Johnny, and Nat Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ship yard blues.
First Line: Ping, ponk, plunk dah, dah, dah, dah-dl-i-ah-da ping, ponk, plunk all the day
Chorus:
Music by: Koval, Sam.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dreamo Music Pub., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sing to me, guitar.
First Line: Sing to me, guitar. From my dearest of all I am parted
Chorus:
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sing, neighbor, sing.
First Line: Wonder how this world of ours got in this situation
Chorus: Sing, neighbor, sing a song and spend a bright sunny day
Music by: Rose, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publsiher Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sitting by the old corral.
First Line: Sitting by the old corral with just my memories; that is all I've got I'm sad to say
Chorus: Sitting all alone by the old corral thinking of those days that used to be
Music by: Carter, Wilf.
Words by: Carter, Wilf.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sleepy stars in Hawaii.
First Line: The sleepy stars are gleaming, down on peaceful shore
Chorus: Sleepy stars in Hawaii I see your heavenly light
Music by: DeVincent, Sam, Sgt.
Words by: DeVincent, Sam, Sgt.
P/P/D: Chicago : The Chart Music Publishing House Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Someone.
First Line: I'm melancholy and here's the reason why I spend most of my time alone
Chorus: I want someone to call me darlin', someone so kind and true
Music by: Marvin, Johnny.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harrris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Spell of the moon.
First Line: My senses reel the moment I feel your kiss
Chorus: I feel the skies come falling down on my head
Music by: Rosen, Milton.
Words by: Carter, Everett.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Spring will be a little late this year.
First Line: January and February were never so empty and gray
Chorus: Spring will be a little late this year a little late arriving in my lonely world over here
Music by: Loesser, Frank.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Saunders Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The sultan's daughter.
First Line: Way out east where the west begins in a place called "Kootchie Mander"
Chorus: Who's that luscious hunk of honey, worth her weight in foldin' money, who?
Music by: Hajos, Karl.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Suzabella.
First Line: Su-za-su-za-su-za-bel-la I'd like to be your fella
Chorus:
Music by: Fernwood, Al.
Words by: Stoner, Mickey.
P/P/D: New York : Evan Georgeoff Music Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sweet Dixie Lee.
First Line: My heart will be so glad and free, for the good Lord knows what's wrong
Chorus: Sweet Dixie Lee is calling me, and I'm bound for Dixie too!
Music by: James, Floyd Duke.
Words by: Potter, Harold.
P/P/D: S. l. : Floyd Duke James, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Swinging on a star.
First Line: Would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar
Chorus: A mule is an animal with long funny ears, he kicks up at anything he hears
Music by: Van Heusen, Jimmy.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Burke & Van Heusen Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tears on the trail to Texas.
First Line: There are tears on the trail to Texas for I'm riding a new pony home
Chorus:
Music by: Dave, Red River, and Abner Silver.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Lincoln Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Texas polka.
First Line: There's a new kind o' dance they're doin' our way
Chorus:
Music by: Knight, Vick, Oakley Haldeman, and Lew Porter.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Urban Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That feeling in the moonlight.
First Line: Ev'rybody now and then gets a little lonely, there's always a reason why
Chorus: Did you ever get that feeling in the moonlight, that wonderful feeling that you wanna be kissed?
Music by: Cavanaugh, James, Larry Stock, and Ira Schuster.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That first love of mine.
First Line: Don't you remember, love, or have you ceased to care?
Chorus:
Music by: Carter, Wilf.
Words by: Carter, Wilf.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That little German band.
First Line: Beneath my window ev'ry night I can hear a great big horn, um-pa-pa, um-pa-pa
Chorus: La-la-la-la-la, such a pretty melody, la-la-la-la-la, like the birdies in the tree
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Mc Carthy, Joe, and Joe Goodwin.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That's what I like 'bout the South.
First Line: Why rave about the Carolines, about a cabin in the pines; why moan about the Swanee Shore?
Chorus: Fried chicken, nice and sweet, cornpone and possum meat
Music by: Razaf, Andy.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Then I won't be loving you.
First Line: Oh how my heart is aching and I've been so true to you
Chorus: Some day you'll wake to realizing that I love you
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: O'Shean, Katie.
P/P/D: Louisville, Ky. : Katie O'Shean, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's a lot of moonlight being wasted.
First Line: What a night, so romantic, what a moon so heavenly
Chorus: There's a lot of moonlight being wasted, 'cause you're not near me tonight
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Tobias, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's a new moon over my shoulder.
First Line: There's a new moon over my shoulder, and an old love still in my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: This is it.
First Line: This time I'm not misken, this time my heart is taken
Chorus: This is it, my heart and I don't doubt it, this is it, there no maybe 'bout it
Music by: Fernwood, Al.
Words by: Fernwood, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Northeastern Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thru the smoke.
First Line: The day you came along I knew that you and I were meant to care
Chorus: Long ago I held your hand, we smoked a cigarette
Music by: Bandini, Al, Rose Bandini, and Gary Van Dyke.
Words by: Bandini, Al, Rose Bandini, and Gary Van Dyke.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Pub. Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Till the infantry moves in.
First Line:
Chorus: You can take us there, where shot and shell can find us
Music by: Vail, George, Robert Sour, and Carl Kent.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tisco Cisco (The sombrero man).
First Line: Too-le-o-le, too-le-o-le rumbaya anybody want a buy a hat today, sombreros
Chorus:
Music by: Rene, Leon.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Saunders Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: True.
First Line: Long as I'm the one you love, let the stars refuse to shine
Chorus: True, tell me you're true, promise that you will always be true
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, Jack Rosenberg, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny, Jack Rosenberg, and Ira Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Typewriter polka.
First Line: Ti-pi-ti-pi-tap, ti-pi-ti-pi-tap, listen to the typewriter polka
Chorus:
Music by: Lenk, Harry.
Words by: Lenk, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Clef Music Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Waiting.
First Line: In fond memory I see you and me, two sweethearts of long ago
Chorus: I'm waiting with tears in my eyes just waiting for dreams to come true
Music by: Van Horn, Edie.
Words by: Clair, Charles L.
P/P/D: La Grange, Ill. : Hartman & Van Horn Music Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: We're gonna sink The Rising Sun.
First Line: From out of the skies there came a surprise one peaceful Sunday morn.
Chorus: We're gonna sink The Rising Sun! We're in this war until it's won!
Music by: Swart, R. Emerson.
Words by: Swart, R. Emerson.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What can a heart believe.
First Line: Lost: one illusion, in sad confusion; dreams dying one by one
Chorus: What can a heart believe? Oh, what is a heart to do?
Music by: Barry, Marion, Jeanne Simon, and Desbecker.
Words by: Barry, Marion, Jeanne Simon, and Desbecker.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What say?
First Line: My loved one was Brazilian, my home U.S.A.
Chorus:
Music by: Segall, Bernardo.
Words by: Bettis, Valerie.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Who's your little Hoosier?
First Line: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hitch up the old shay
Chorus: "Who's your little Hoosier?" everyone will say
Music by: Marvin, Johnny.
Words by: Marvin, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Yimminy yumpin' yoty!
First Line: Yohnny Yohnson came from Minneapolis one day, full of Swedish style
Chorus: Py yim-mi-ny yump-in' yo-ty! Ay come from Minesoty!
Music by: Woodworth, James, Clarence Thompson, and Earl Johnson.
Words by: Woodworth, James, Clarence Thompson, and Earl Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Yodel polka.
First Line: Yo-del--o-del-oh! Yo-del-o-del-ay! Hear the mountaineer. He calls his deer from far away
Chorus:
Music by: Lenk, Harry.
Words by: Lenk, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Clef Music Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You may not remember.
First Line: Once in a lifetime, two fall in love, vow to each other, here is my heart
Chorus: You may not remember, all the things I can't forget
Music by: Oakland, Ben.
Words by: Jessel, George.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You put a patch on my broken heart.
First Line: You put a patch on my broken heart, and now we're back together again
Chorus:
Music by: Littlefield, Jimmy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Your dream and my dream.
First Line: All my life I've been so lonesome you've been very lonesome too
Chorus: We'll take yur dream, and my dream and put them together, in a wonderful dream made for two
Music by: Martens, William, Ida Martens, and Louis Herscher.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Grand Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

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Title: After all this time.
First Line: They say it's a sin to tell a lie I wouldn't begin to for I love you
Chorus: After all this time you're breaking my heart
Music by: Defur, Paul, and Ken Thompson.
Words by: Defur, Paul, and Ken Thompson.
P/P/D: New York : Chelsea Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: All the cats join in.
First Line: If you want to join the gates when they're at their best
Chorus: Hop in the old jalop and head for the malted shop and all the cats join in
Music by: Sauter, Eddie.
Words by: Gilbert, Ray, and Alec Wilder.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Always goodbye.
First Line: Someday you and I'll have time on our hands, no one making demands but love and laughter
Chorus: It's always goodbye holding you close 'til we part; leaving you here with my heart
Music by: Ellstein, Abrahm.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Beauty so rare.
First Line: When earth is plumed and I'm consumed to paint her beauty so rare
Chorus: Till sunsest burns all black regret to brilliant, gorgeous fire
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Armstrong, Zoe Plasket.
P/P/D: Akron, Ohio : Zoe Plasket Amstrong, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Been hobnobbin' with a robin.
First Line: They say birds are sympathetic to someone feelin' blue
Chorus: Been hobnobbin' with a robin, when I met him I was blue
Music by: Delbeck, Tommy, and Ralph Baker.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Believe me.
First Line: It was when you said good-bye that I knew your love would die
Chorus: Believe me I always see your smiling face for no one can take your place
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: Ruhl, Edna M.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Pub. Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Beloved.
First Line: Beloved, I was an empty thing till you smiled at me and suddenly taught my heart to sing
Chorus:
Music by: Ward, Edward.
Words by: Waggner, George.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Black gardenias.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Voutsas, George.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The blond sailor.
First Line: A girl and a sailor were parting one day
Chorus: Farewell, your blond sailor must leave for awhile, dear
Music by: Pfeil, J.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell, and Bell Leib.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Born to be blue.
First Line: While others face each tomorrow smiling and happy and gay
Chorus: Born to be blue over someone downhearted my whole life through
Music by: Bruner, Clif, and Lou Wayne.
Words by: Bruner, Clif, and Lou Wayne.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Bunk house stew.
First Line: We have a cook up on our ranch who sure knows how to feed
Chorus: "Bunk house stew!" The coboys yell, "bunk house stew!" it sure is swell
Music by: Allan, Fleming.
Words by: Raynor, Hal.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Casey the pride of them all.
First Line: Casey's the guy with his eye on the ball, but mostly the ladies
Chorus:
Music by: Gilbert, Ray, Ken Darby, and Eliot Daniel.
Words by: Gilbert, Ray, Ken Darby, and Eliot Daniel.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Come closer to me (Acercate Mas).
First Line: Moonlight was made for a June night
Chorus: Come closer to me, so I can see heaven in your eyes
Music by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Al Stewart.
Words by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Al Stewart.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Counting the days.
First Line: Tomorrow will surely come, tomorrows always do
Chorus: Counting the days until tomorrow, counting the nights till I'm with you
Music by: Kramer, Alex.
Words by: Zaret, Hy.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Counting the days until Christmas.
First Line: Christmas comes but once a year, it's the time of real good cheer
Chorus: I'm counting the days until Christmas and helping each hour along.
Music by: Ram, Buck, and Hal Kanner.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Cow poke lullaby.
First Line: When the round up days are over and the ev'ning star appears
Chorus:
Music by: Wallace, Roy "Scrubboard," Lula Manford, and Jesse M. Ellison.
Words by: Wallace, Roy "Scrubboard," Lula Manford, and Jesse M. Ellison.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Hoosier Music Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Dizzy little busy bee.
First Line: Flitting thru the fields of clover, he worked both early and late
Chorus: Dizzy little busy bee, he was as busy as a bee can be
Music by: Barry, Marion, Mitchel Post, and Wessley Post.
Words by: Barry, Marion, Mitchel Post, and Wessley Post.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Does everyone know about this?
First Line: Does everyone know about this? Does everyone know about this?
Chorus:
Music by: Altman, Arthur.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Music Publishers Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't go around day dreaming.
First Line: You walk around in a daze can it be love
Chorus: Don't go around day dreaming the nights were made to dream
Music by: Koterba, Frank M.
Words by: Koterba, Frank M.
P/P/D: Royal Oak, Michigan : Frank M. Koterba, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't let it happen again.
First Line: When we round the final bend at the end of the scrappin', don't let it happen again!
Chorus:
Music by: Prichard, Henry.
Words by: Prichard, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't let me dream.
First Line: You're the only thing I ever dream of but I wonder will my dreams come true?
Chorus: Don't let me dream unless you really love me
Music by: Joy, Leonard, and Richard Loring.
Words by: Washington, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't lie to me (I may believe you).
First Line: I don't know if it's love or moonlight, reflected in your eyes
Chorus: Don't lie to me, I may believe you, your kiss can make each word sound true
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Guy Wood.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Guy Wood.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't say you love me (if it's not true).
First Line: Many times I wonder if you mean all you say
Chorus: Don't say you love me if it's not true, for I'm sincerely in love with you
Music by: Moss, Marie, Harold Potter, and Eddie Rrod.
Words by: Moss, Marie, Harold Potter, and Eddie Rrod.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't say you love me if you don't.
First Line: Don't say you love me if you don't don't say you'll be mine if you won't
Chorus:
Music by: Bruner, Clif, and Lou Wayne.
Words by: Bruner, Clif, and Lou Wayne.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Don't sell the old homestead pappy (burn the gol-darned thing down).
First Line: The homestead was old and decrepit and pappy was strange, it appears
Chorus: Oh, don't sell the old homestead, pappy, think of your children in town
Music by: Carver, Zeb, Ben Jaffe, and Jack Rollins.
Words by: Carver, Zeb, Ben Jaffe, and Jack Rollins.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Dream rose.
First Line: Ev'ry flower that blooms must die, dear now they say those words are true
Chorus: You're my dream rose the only flower that is found within my heart
Music by: Wayne, Lou.
Words by: Wayne, Lou.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Every other dream.
First Line: Can't forget you even tho' I try love you more and more as time goes by
Chorus: Ev'ry other dream I dream I dream that you're with me
Music by: Cicero, Nadine.
Words by: Cicero, Nadine.
P/P/D: Hayward, Calif. : Nadine Cicero, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Every time I give my heart.
First Line: When I was a child I burned my finger and it taught me not to play with fire
Chorus: Ev'ry time I give my heart I know that it's the last
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Hudson Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Everything but you.
First Line: You left me a horse from Texas, a house with instalments due
Chorus:
Music by: Ellington, Duke, Harry James, and Don George.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Tempo Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Ev'rybody knows but you.
First Line: Ev'rybody knows but you how much I care
Chorus:
Music by: Fielder, John R., and B. Clinton Blossner.
Words by: Fielder, John R., and B. Clinton Blossner.
P/P/D: New York : Cavalcade Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Ev'rybody's seen him but his daddy.
First Line: He arrived one day after dad had gone away, now he's keeping mommy company
Chorus: Ev'rybody's seen him but his daddy; the relatives in town
Music by: Segal, Jack, Bob Hilliard, and Billy Hayes.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: For old time's sake.
First Line: I can find it written on your face, and the story is plain to see
Chorus: It 's really a sad situation, you're saying that this is the "break"
Music by: Romero, Garet, and Nat "King" Cole.
Words by: Romero, Garet, and Nat "King" Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Gimme time to dream.
First Line: I'm not ambitious, I'm not malicious, takes too much energy
Chorus: Worry scurry that don't fit my scheme why should I hurry gimme time to dream
Music by: Lourie, Vic, Leo Goldsmith, and Jerry Kanner.
Words by: Lourie, Vic, Leo Goldsmith, and Jerry Kanner.
P/P/D: New York : Kanner Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Golden California!
First Line: We love you with all our hearts, oh, divinely golden California
Chorus:
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rosemary Lee, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Golden Treasure.
First Line: Oh my treasure can't be bought or sold for it's neither silver nor of gold
Chorus:
Music by: Autry, Gene, and Cindy Walker.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Golden West Melodies Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Good night Cinderella.
First Line: While the music plays, and laughter rings we are waltzing in a dream
Chorus: The dawn is breaking, love's dream is over good night Cinderella, goodnight
Music by: Drury, Charles.
Words by: Drury, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Evan Georgeoff Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Got a penny, Benny.
First Line:
Chorus: Got a penny Benny? Gotta telephone to Jenny and I've just got just got four cents to my name
Music by: Scherman, Robert, and Henry May.
Words by: Scherman, Robert, and Henry May.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Vanguard Songs, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Got any gum, chum?
First Line: Ran around in circles till my dogs were wrecked
Chorus: Got any gum, chum, got any gum?
Music by: Evans, Tolchard.
Words by: Butler, Ralph, Archie De Bear, and Al Stillman.
P/P/D: S.l. : Keith Prowse & Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Grandpa's gettin' younger ev'ry day.
First Line: Grandpa's gettin' younger ev'ry day, shaved his whiskers off and bought a new toupee
Chorus:
Music by: Steiner, Howard.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: A guy named Joe.
First Line: He'll come strolling up the sidewalk; he'll slip a kiss to me
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Bus.
Words by: Carhart, Jim.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hat check girl.
First Line: The more I sing that "Home on the Range," the longer I stay where the people are strange
Chorus: Hat check girl, hand me down my Stetson, I'm headin' out Montana way
Music by: Burnette, "Smiley."
Words by: Burnette, "Smiley."
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hey Jose! (Ho-zay) (Que Sera).
First Line: Far away in the tropical splendor, Don Jose plays his song of surrender
Chorus: Hey, Jose! Won't you play your marimba, hey, Jose! won't you play us a tune
Music by: Guizar, Pepe, Jay Livingston, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Guizar, Pepe, Jay Livingston, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hominy Grits.
First Line: Oh, give me some hominy grits and some red, sugar-cured ham
Chorus:
Music by: Burnette, Smiley.
Words by: Burnette, Smiley.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I can't share you with others.
First Line: I must have you always, you've got my heart a-jumping, dear
Chorus: I can't share you with others darling, I couldn't even if I tried
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Davis, Doris Ethel.
P/P/D: Shaker Heights, Ohio : Doris Ethel Davis, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I don't wanna do it alone.
First Line: I'm tired of spendin ev'ry evenin' with "me"
Chorus: I wanna stay out late, I wanna celebrate, I wanna hear a dance band moan
Music by: Hampton, Bill, and George Duning.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I found romance.
First Line: Deep in my heart, dear, I always knew that someday I'd find a sweetheart like you
Chorus: I found romance the night that we danced, and I held you close in my arms
Music by: Musale, Edward.
Words by: Musale, Edward.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I know a man.
First Line: Man! Man! Love's problem since the world began
Chorus: I know a man who'd give me pretty things, I know a man who'd buy me diamond rings
Music by: Tucker, Johnny, Manny (Smitty) Smith, and Joe Schuster.
Words by: Tucker, Johnny, Manny (Smitty) Smith, and Joe Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Smith & Schuster Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I lost you.
First Line: I found you and loved you but only to lose you
Chorus: I lost you and now I'm so lonely, miss you, for I loved but you only
Music by: Hoag, Bob, and Chas. Washburn.
Words by: Shrum, Walt.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I love her just the same.
First Line: Love is blind I will admit, but I've got a gal that's a real big hit
Chorus: My gal she wears a fourteen shoe, but I love her just the same
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I love it out in the West.
First Line: I love it out here in the West because the life is free and easy
Chorus:
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Hudson Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I loved you once.
First Line: I loved you once my darling, and I gave you my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: Klein, John.
P/P/D: Miami : McGinty Music Pub. Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I met her at a party Friday night.
First Line: Her eyes were azure blue, I told her that I loved her, she said she loved me too
Chorus: I met her at a party, I met her at a party, I met her at a party Friday night
Music by: Curtis, James M.
Words by: Curtis, James M.
P/P/D: Calhoun, Georgia : James M. Curtis, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I must forget about you.
First Line: You came and I loved you only you said that this love would be true
Chorus:
Music by: Cowan, Joel, and Al "Stomp" Russell.
Words by: Cowan, Joel, and Al "Stomp" Russell.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I see through you.
First Line: They say love is blind but I see through you, you're not fooling no one but yourself
Chorus:
Music by: Liddell, Frank, and Bob Liddell.
Words by: Liddell, Frank, and Bob Liddell.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I wanna be loved.
First Line: It's been so long since I've seen you, but now everything is alright
Chorus: I wanna be loved; don't wanna go to a movie or show, I just wanna be loved by you
Music by: Lucas, Carroll, and Dave Binder.
Words by: Lucas, Carroll, and Dave Binder.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I want to dream.
First Line: Some folks dream about riches while others dream about fame
Chorus: I want to dream about someone like you and holding you close in my arms
Music by: Mitchell, Lillian C.
Words by: Buhro, Lena I.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I wuv a wabbit.
First Line: The one I love has big long ears and a teeny, weeny nose.
Chorus: I wuv a wabbit, a cwazy, cwazy wabbit, hop-hop, bunny bunny, hop-hop
Music by: Berle, Milton, Ervin Drake, and Paul Martell.
Words by: Berle, Milton, Ervin Drake, and Paul Martell.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I yi yimminy yi (the smorgasbord song).
First Line: I yi yimminy yi we just met a friend of I, all together, all aboard, we're goin' out for smorgasbord
Chorus:
Music by: Crane, Lee.
Words by: Crane, Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Leedee, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'd give my life.
First Line: How can I tell what you mean to me, when you seem to be so untrue
Chorus: I'd give my life to know that you cared for me
Music by: McGhee, Joel, Howard Greene, and Eddie Parten.
Words by: McGhee, Joel, Howard Greene, and Eddie Parten.
P/P/D: New York : Savoy Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: If aloha means good bye.
First Line: Not long ago someone I know came sidling up to me
Chorus: If aloha means good bye, how will I say hello
Music by: Trams, C. H.
Words by: Trams, C. H.
P/P/D: New York : Wyner, Mayo & King Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm blaming the moon (for making me fall in love with you).
First Line: Oh moon, that shines so bright tonight, oh my heart, what spell have you woven?
Chorus: I'm blaming the moon for making me fall in love with you
Music by: Brown, Dorthy S.
Words by: Brown, Dorothy S., and John Klein.
P/P/D: Detroit : Trianon Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm gonna stop my roamin' (and go back to Wyomin').
First Line: Sometimes we are lonely then we're sad and blue
Chorus: For I'm gonna stop my roamin' and go back to Wyomin'
Music by: Simpson, G. Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Baltimore, MD : G. Morgan Simpson, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm scared.
First Line: I guess it's hard for you to understand, just why I'm so afraid each time you hold my hand
Chorus: I'm scared, I'm shaking in my boots, I'm scared, I'm frightened to the roots
Music by: Singer, Lou.
Words by: Leveen, Raymond.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm strictly G. I.
First Line: I hope this letter will open your eyes, put your mind at ease
Chorus: Dreamy nights and that big yellow moon may bring on a lonesome sigh
Music by: Fairmann, Billy.
Words by: Fairmann, Billy.
P/P/D: Chicago : Tune Time Music, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm temperamental.
First Line: My mind is ever so hazy, it seems that I'm almost half crazy
Chorus: I'm tempermental, at times I feel so blue, it's fundamental, that I have you
Music by: Foster, Carl.
Words by: Foster, Carl.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: In a moment of moon madness.
First Line: In a moment of moon madness the magic moonlight left me enchanted again
Chorus:
Music by: Burns, Shirley.
Words by: Burns, Shirley.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: In my little red book.
First Line: I'm not so much on reading the books that improve one's mind
Chorus: In my little red book, I see somehow all the girls that I knew
Music by: Stillman, Al, Ray Bloch, and Nat Simon.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: It won't be long.
First Line: I've counted ev'ry moment that we have been apart, cause every moment you are in my heart
Chorus: It won't be long 'till you're near me, it won't be long 'til you return
Music by: Berquist, "Whitey."
Words by: Berquist, "Whitey."
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Jane (sweet as summer rain).
First Line: Jane, when I think of you my heart is filled with joy
Chorus: Jane as sweet as summer rain
Music by: Brown, Dorothy S.
Words by: Stuart, Gene.
P/P/D: Detroit : Trianon Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Joan of Arc they are calling you.
First Line: While you are sleeping, your France is weeping, wake from your dreams, maids of France
Chorus: Joan of Arc, Joan of Arc, do your eyes, from the skies, see the foe?
Music by: Wells, Jack.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred, and Willie Weston.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Joe college.
First Line: Who's the wolf in campus clothes, with Gable's ears, Durante's nose
Chorus: Joe college, he hasn't a care a rug-cut-in' sharpie with crew-cut-ten hair
Music by: Neil, Sid, and Jim Nicol.
Words by: Neil, Sid, and Jim Nicol.
P/P/D: Toronto, Canada : Southern Music Pub. Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Just for me.
First Line: I never thought I would fall in love, my heart never told me so
Chorus: The way you gave that smile, just for me, the way you rolled those eyes, just for me
Music by: Murray, Grace M.
Words by: Murray, Grace M.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Just like old times.
First Line: Once again we roam thru fields of clover, turning back the clock to yesterday
Chorus: It's just like old times, back together at last, it's just like old times
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Just make love to me [at head of title: (Darling, darling)].
First Line: Don't make love to a baker, he'll wind up with your dough
Chorus:
Music by: Mizzy, Vic.
Words by: Curtis, Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Keep my mem'ry in your heart.
First Line: Tomorrow I must go away, dear and for I'm sure they need me now
Chorus:
Music by: Tubb, Ernest.
Words by: Tubb, Ernest.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Kitty lives in Brooklyn.
First Line: My buddy's name is Jimmy McShane, a brother of a lad is he
Chorus: Kitty lives in Brooklyn that's the perfect place to be
Music by: Reynolds, Ed.
Words by: Reynolds, Ed., and David Gornston.
P/P/D: New York : David Gornston, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The lady with the sparking eyes!
First Line: What is so rare as a day in June, in June?
Chorus:
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rosemary Lee, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Let him go, let him tarry.
First Line: Farewell to cold winter, summer's come at last, nothing have I gained
Chorus: Let him go, let him tarry, let him sink or let him swim
Music by: Shaw, Tim.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Let's lay our cards on the table.
First Line: I never jump at conclusions, I take my time to decide
Chorus: Let's lay our cards on the table, let's call a spade a spade
Music by: Little, Little Jack.
Words by: Little, Little Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Let's waltz.
First Line: Boy meets girl at a dance there's going to be a romance
Chorus: Let's waltz tonight in the pale moonlight with a song of love in our hearts
Music by: Genthe, Clara.
Words by: Genthe, Clara.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Little dogie stray.
First Line: Beneath the sky and evening light, on a prairie far away
Chorus: My little dogie stray must sleep, for the evening shadows fall
Music by: James, Floyd Duke.
Words by: James, Floyd Duke.
P/P/D: S.l. : Floyd Duke James, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Loafin'.
First Line: I live a life of ease doin' as I please
Chorus: Loafin', loafin' 'neath the sun at noon
Music by: Drake, Ervin, Jack Danis, and Fitz Herbert.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, Jack Danis, and Fitz Herbert.
P/P/D: New York : Commercial Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Louie from Saint Louie.
First Line: They've got a fellow in the infantry, he's just as funny as a guy can be
Chorus: They call him Louie from Saint Louie, He's a rootin', tootin', shootin' man
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Shattinger Piano and Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Loves stays.
First Line: Love stays thru hours of gladness, love stays thru cheerless days
Chorus: Hours fly, hours fly, flow'rs die, gay hours fly sweet flow'rs die
Music by: Frye, W. C.
Words by:
P/P/D: S. l. : W. C. Frye, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The low road is good enough for me.
First Line: You took the high road and left me on the low road
Chorus:
Music by: Dean, Eddie, and H. L. "Pete" Canova.
Words by: Dean, Eddie, and H. L. "Pete" Canova.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Mail call.
First Line: Dear one, I confess I'm feeling blue, no alarm, I know you're not untrue
Chorus: Mail call, I simply live for mail call
Music by: Sacco, Sgt. Tony.
Words by: Conroy, Sgt. Thom.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Money is the root of all evil (take it away, take it away, take it away).
First Line: Money is the root of all evil, money is the root of all evil
Chorus:
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Sun Music Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: More than yesterday.
First Line: If I had the right, morning, noon and night, I would just repeat a thought
Chorus: I love you more than yesterday more and more each day, more than time can say
Music by: Ram, Buck, Dick Ullman, and Bernie Simon.
Words by: Ram, Buck, Dick Ullman, and Bernie Simon.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Music box serenade.
First Line: As I hold before me this treasured souvenir, it tells my heart a story
Chorus: This is the melody that brings you so close to me
Music by: Febbo, George, Armen Camp, and Frank Capano.
Words by: Febbo, George, Armen Camp, and Frank Capano.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Tin Pan Alley, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: My G. I. Joe.
First Line: The day is done, the stars appear; and comes with eve your absence, dear
Chorus:
Music by: Frye, W. C.
Words by: Frye, W. C.
P/P/D: S.l. : W. C. Frye, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Never put off until tomorrow (what you can do today).
First Line: Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today
Chorus:
Music by: Prince, Hughie, Dick Rogers, and Arthur Jarwood.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Carphil Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: No more toujours l' amour (hoya, hoya).
First Line: Hoya, hoya, hoya, hoya!
Chorus: Eager beaver got him a twelve hour leave, hoya, hoya!
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Paul Francis Webster.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Burke and Van Heusen Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: No worries no cures.
First Line: Lonely was I, tears filled my eyes, the night that you left and you said goodbye
Chorus: No worries, no cares, 'long as you're near me I know that I'm in love with you
Music by: Jack, Arizona.
Words by: Jack, Arizona.
P/P/D: New York : Wyner, Mayo & King Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Noche.
First Line: Noche, and your eyes so exciting, tender lips so inviting
Chorus:
Music by: Ruiz, Gabriel.
Words by: Stewart, Al, and Richardo Lopez Mendeez.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Oh, what a thrill!
First Line: Oh, what a thrill to hold you closely here in my arms
Chorus:
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rosemary Lee, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Oh! what it seemed to be.
First Line: When I'm waling through the park, I'm not in the park at all
Chorus: It was just a neighborhood dance, that's all that it was but oh, what it seemed to be!
Music by: Benjamin, Bennie, George Weiss, and Frankie Carle.
Words by: Benjamin, Bennie, George Weiss, and Frankie Carle.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy-Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The old wagon wheel.
First Line: The old wagon wheel sang a song as she rolled along, rolled along, rolled along
Chorus:
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rosemary Lee, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: One of my dreams is missing (the one where I kiss you goodnight).
First Line: My collection of dreams I gathered, along a star-dusted street
Chorus: One of my dreams is missing, the one where I kiss you goodnight
Music by: Long, Johnny.
Words by: Prosen, Sid, and Tom Fowler.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Paddle your own canoe.
First Line:
Chorus: You're gonna paddle your own canoe from now on if you look around you'll find that I'm gone
Music by: Bradley, Curley, and Lee Penny.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Chart Music Publishing House Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Really?
First Line: Some technique! But obviously it's just a line with you
Chorus: Really? Do you think I'm that nice? Now would you look at me twice?
Music by: Martell, Charles.
Words by: Merz, Sophia.
P/P/D: Tucson, AZ : Sophia Merz and Charles Martell, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Remaining souveniers.
First Line: I lost love I lost you and I'm left with a heart of regret
Chorus: One tender love note those words that you wrote
Music by: Thomas, Walter P.
Words by: Robinson, Aletha M., and Lillian Friedlander.
P/P/D: New York : Thomas-Cole Publishing Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Rosa Mia.
First Line: It was only a chance then came romance when I found you
Chorus: I heard you went with a beau to a fiesta and there you did with him the carioca
Music by: Landau, Irving.
Words by:
P/P/D: Brooklyn, NY : Irving Landau, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sadie.
First Line: To some folks a name is just a name, but the name Sadie sets my heart aflame
Chorus: I will always love you Sadie, makes no difference what they say
Music by: Makowsky, Johnny.
Words by: Makowsky, Johnny.
P/P/D: Syracuse, NY : Newart Song Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The same old you.
First Line: No more lonely days or nights of feeling blue, no more lonely hours of you
Chorus: The same old moon, the same old sky, the same old twinkle in your eye
Music by: Butcher, Dwight.
Words by: Butcher, Dwight.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Secretly I go on loving you.
First Line: I can never tell you I love you, I can never chase away your blues
Chorus: I have never had this feeling before, but I like it, for my heart is all aglow
Music by: Richard, Leo, and Hector Richard.
Words by: Davis, Gladys.
P/P/D: Miami, FL : McGinty Music Pub. Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Silly Bill.
First Line: I've come down from the mountain, and I want to hear the news
Chorus: Back home in West Virginia, I am known as Silly Bill
Music by: Smith, Cliff.
Words by: Smith, Cliff.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chart Music Publishing House Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Silver cobwebs.
First Line: Indiana and you, seem so far away tonight, but in my heart and mem'ry, is still burning bright
Chorus: Moonlight beams thru the sycamore tres, little silver cobwebs that haunt my reveries
Music by: Wallace, Roy, Russ Tingley, and Belle Schrag.
Words by: Wallace, Roy, Russ Tingley, and Belle Schrag.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Ind : Hoosier Music Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Since Finnigin got thin agin! (He had his coat and pants taken in agin).
First Line: Finnigin told all his friends: "I'm sick of being fat!"
Chorus: Finnigin got thin agin! He had his coat and pants taken in agin!
Music by: Tucker, Johnny, Joe Schuster, and Manny (Smitty) Smith.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Smith & Schuster Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sitting by your picture.
First Line: I could go out ev'ry evening, dancing the night away
Chorus: I'm sitting by your picture and wishing you were here it seems like ages ago
Music by: Gilman, Sol, and Harry Rodriguez.
Words by: Gilman, Sol, and Harry Rodriguez.
P/P/D: New York : Gil-Rod Music Pub. Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sleepy boy.
First Line: While you're sleepin' the sandman's peepin' and finds you weepin' your love affair
Chorus: Sleepy boy, sleepy boy, wake up you sleepy boy
Music by: Canzano, Arturo.
Words by: Canzano, Arturo, and Clifford Ferre.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sleepy river.
First Line: Many fond mem'ries that time can't erase, happily I reacall
Chorus: There's a sleepy river winding through a sleepy little town
Music by: Mel, Lew, Jim Boyd, and Emmet Henry.
Words by: Mel, Lew, Jim Boyd, and Emmet Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Snap your fingers.
First Line: People seem to think I'm playing hard to get. I must confess that what they say is true.
Chorus: All you gotta do is (snap) snap your finges, I'll be there
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Hudson Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Snowflakes.
First Line: Summer is over, tulips and clover vanish as cold winds blow
Chorus: Snow flakes are falling, my heart is calling for a love I once knew
Music by: Bruner, Clif, and Lou Wayne.
Words by: Bruner, Clif, and Lou Wayne.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: So nice.
First Line: So nice of you to remember, I tho't you'd soon forget
Chorus:
Music by: Prince, Hughie, Dick Rogers, and Arthur Jarwood.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Cambridge Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: So this is love (te digo adios).
First Line: I can't believe my eyes, can this be paradise?
Chorus: So this is love, this magic spell that makes a cloudy day seem bright
Music by: Coleman, Emil.
Words by: Stewart, Al, and Ramsay Ames.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Some day (I'll see your face).
First Line: Some day I'll see your face and hold your hand in mine my dear
Chorus:
Music by: Morris, Edward.
Words by: Noel, Josephine.
P/P/D: Flushing, New York : D. L. Schroeder, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Some day you wait and see [at head of title: (You'll miss me)].
First Line: So, ev'rything is said and done; you're bound you'll go your way.
Chorus: Some day, you'll miss me someday in more than one way
Music by: Howard, Richard.
Words by:
P/P/D: S. l. : David Gornston, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Some days you can't make a nickel.
First Line: Oh, I never will fer-git my Paw, down in Arkansaw
Chorus: Oh, the ways of this world is so fickle
Music by: Frost, Jack.
Words by: Frost, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: A song about dad.
First Line: Very few songs have been written about dear old dad
Chorus: A song about dad should make ev'ryone glad he's a pal you can't deny
Music by: Ray Hibbeler.
Words by: Jansen, Alfred J.
P/P/D: Toledo, Ohio : Alfred J. Jansen, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: A song to remember.
First Line: Yesterday I knew skies of deepest blue
Chorus: A song to remember, that is your smile
Music by: Cahn, Sammy, Morris W. Stoloff, and Saul Chaplin.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Martin Music, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: South of the Rio.
First Line: In the land of enchantment and romance, one time I happened to stray
Chorus: It was south of the Rio I met her, over in old Mexico
Music by: Crane, Jimmie.
Words by: Stout, George.
P/P/D: New York : Edward Schuberth & Co. Inc, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Spread the news in heaven Ernie Pyle.
First Line: He was lying by the roadside, so many miles away
Chorus: Spread the news in heaven Ernie Pyle, that our boys are winning all the while
Music by: Sessoms, Shep, and Mel Butler.
Words by:
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Ind : Hoosier Music Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Stay young in your heart.
First Line: Want to get a heap o' livin' from this great life you've been given?
Chorus:
Music by: Van Overmeer, Jules, and Reg Baston.
Words by:
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sweet Mem'ries (Serenade of an old guitar).
First Line: In the night when stars begin to shine, I tenderly reach for an old guitar
Chorus: Sweet mem'ries of a happy starlit night; tender arms that held me so tight
Music by: Gallant, Michael.
Words by: Gallant, Michael.
P/P/D: Chicago : Gollatz Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Take care when you say "te quiero."
First Line: Our hearts beat fast for the moon is low tho' the spell is cast
Chorus: Take care when you say "te quier-o"
Music by: Prichard, Henry.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : London Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The tem-per-ray-chure is goin' up.
First Line: The tem-per-ray-chure is goin' up, the hue-mah-dye-tee is comin' down
Chorus:
Music by: Baker, Dick "Two-Ton," and Sharon Pease.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Then, now and forever.
First Line: Then, now and forever we've been sweethearts and sweethearts we'll always be
Chorus:
Music by: Norris, Rea.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Charles Gunther Publicity Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: There you are [at head of title: (Everywhere I look)].
First Line: Ev'rywhere I look, there you are.
Chorus:
Music by: Wilder, Alec.
Words by: Engvick, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: There's a tear in your eye.
First Line: There have been so many tears in your eyes, I know my dear
Chorus: There's a tear in your eye and I know the reason why
Music by: Shrum, Walt.
Words by: Hoag, Bob, and Chas. Washburn.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: There's music in the night.
First Line: When ev'ning comes it seems to me, the cares of day fade away
Chorus: There's music in the night, and romance in the air
Music by: Weiss, Mack, Irving Meyer, and Jos. Purnell.
Words by: Weiss, Mack, Irving Meyer, and Jos. Purnell.
P/P/D: New York : Alva Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: There's nothing like a minstrel show.
First Line: There's nothing like a minstrel show, you'll hear that old slide trombone play
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: They're goin' to be on the go in Tokyo.
First Line: The radio will carry the news with pride the press will have headlines high and wide
Chorus: They're goin' to be on the go in Tokyo when Mac Arthur lands the G I Joe
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Canterbury, Ethyl.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Ethyl Canterbury, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: This lonely world.
First Line: This lonely world holds only sorrow this lonely world holds only tears
Chorus:
Music by: Dean, Eddie, and Porter Johns.
Words by: Dean, Eddie, and Porter Johns.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Those tears in your eyes (were little white lies).
First Line:
Chorus: Those tears in your eyes were little white lies
Music by: Prosen, Sid, Denver Darling, and Cliff Carlisle.
Words by: Prosen, Sid, Denver Darling, and Cliff Carlisle.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: To love you is life.
First Line: There is no escape from you, you've captured my heart
Chorus: To love you is life and there is no other life I desire
Music by: Kontanis, Jordan.
Words by: Kontanis, Jordan.
P/P/D: Boston : Jordan Kontanis, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Tomorrow never comes.
First Line: Oh, you tell me that you love me
Chorus: Tomorrow never comes no, tomorrow never comes
Music by: Tubb, Ernest, and Johnny Bond.
Words by: Tubb, Ernest, and Johnny Bond.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Too little, too late.
First Line: You offered me your love if I'd only wait, but honey, you gave me too little too late
Chorus:
Music by: Tuttle, Wesley.
Words by: Tuttle, Wesley.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music,Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Too sweet to last [at head of title: (Like the music)].
First Line: When you were near by life was divine
Chorus: Once you filled my heart with songs divine
Music by: Schatenstein, Jack.
Words by: Tessmer, Eddie.
P/P/D: Brooklyn, New York : Ed Tessmer, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The trail that follows the stars.
First Line: The trail that follows the stars is the trail that's leading to home
Chorus:
Music by: D'Arcy, Don, Ken Hecht, and Sid Bass.
Words by: D'Arcy, Don, Ken Hecht, and Sid Bass.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Tru-Cu-Tu (the song with the echo).
First Line: Love in Havana, ah, love in Havana it got me!
Chorus: Tru-Cu-Tu, Tru-Cu-Tu, going round and round in a dither
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Lecuona, Ernesto, and Eugene Berton.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Two silhouettes.
First Line: The curtain of night is drawn back by ev'ry shimmering star
Chorus: Two silhouettes together in the afterglow, two silhouettes become as one
Music by: Wolcott, Charles.
Words by: Gilbert, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Underneath a willow tree.
First Line: Don't you remember a lovers' moon and a soft whisp'ring breeze
Chorus: Underneath a willow tree you promised to be mine
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Bohnstengle, Orville.
P/P/D: Holland, Mich : Orville Bohnstengle, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Walkin' on a tightrope (headin' for a fall).
First Line: Love is strange, and that's a fact
Chorus: I'm walkin' on a tightrope, headin' for a fall
Music by: Stillman, Al.
Words by: Stillman, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: What has become of the old fashioned girl?
First Line: When grandmother was a little girl, she went to Sunday school.
Chorus: What has become of the dear old fashioned girl?
Music by: Lamkoff, Paul.
Words by: James, John E.
P/P/D: S. l. : John E. James, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: When your home to stay.
First Line: I keep thinking of the future when you'll be home to stay
Chorus: When you're home at last we'll forget the past
Music by: Schroeder, Lenna Lowe.
Words by: Sshroeder, Lenna Lowe.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Who's gonna chop your kindlin' wood?
First Line: Don't want me around no more so your showing me the door
Chorus: Who's gonna cuddle up to you? Call you "Sugar Pie?"
Music by: Wayne, Lou, and Bob Shelton.
Words by: Wayne, Lou, and Bob Shelton.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Will ya be my darlin'.
First Line: You're the sweetest thing I've ever found
Chorus: Will ya be my darlin' my honey bun?
Music by: Owens, Mary Ann.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Yay-dit!
First Line: Weary waiting, weary waiting. No more weary waiting from now on
Chorus: Yazh do ooh dome, my papa's comin' home
Music by: Sarche, Ed., and Bill North.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Fox-Maya Music Co, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Yippe ki-ay, buy a bond today.
First Line: I'm gonna take the dough I make from breakin' a bronco and buy a bond, and buy a bond today
Chorus:
Music by: Spencer, Tim.
Words by: Spencer, Tim.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You came my way.
First Line: You came walking down the avenue, your smile gave me a thrill
Chorus: You came my way, and I fell in love with you
Music by: Dare, Louise.
Words by: Dare, Louise.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You (vous cheri).
First Line: When you walked in my heart, it just stood still
Chorus: With you, with no one but you, I'd be in heaven, a heaven for two
Music by: Meyer, Charles A., Major.
Words by: Meyer, Charles A., Major.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Your father's mustache (the mustache song).
First Line: I was speaking to a friend of mine, who just came home to stay
Chorus: When I hear a bugle blow, do I gotta get up and go?
Music by: Stock, Larrry, James Cavanaugh, and Ira Schuster.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You're gonna hate yourself in the mornin' if you're mean to me tonight.
First Line: Tonight we're here and there's a moon above and I could use a kiss
Chorus: You're gonna hate yourself in the mornin', if you're mean to me tonight
Music by: Gallop, Sam, Larry Stock, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Gallop, Sam, Larry Stock, and Ira Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You're my fav'rite memory.
First Line:
Chorus: You're my fav'rite memory. Twilight always sets you free
Music by: Wilson, Teddy.
Words by: Johnston, Pat.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You're the heart of love's serenade.
First Line: Others may write sonnets about you and say pretty things about you too, that's true
Chorus: You're the heart of love's serenade, the melody of ev'ry beautiful song
Music by: Tingley, Russ, Roy Wallace, and Pearl Clark.
Words by: Tingley, Russ, Roy Wallace, and Pearl Clark.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Hoosier Music Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You're too pretty to be lonesome.
First Line: I think of you each day, and just can't help but say
Chorus: You're too pretty to be lonesome, you're to pretty to be blue
Music by: Dean, Eddie, Louis Herscher, and Lew Porter.
Words by: Dean, Eddie, Louis Herscher, and Lew Porter.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You're wonderful.
First Line: I was so disappointed when I tried to find someone to fill my dreams
Chorus: All of my life, I've tried to find someone like you, so wonderful
Music by: Green, Joyce E.
Words by: Green, Joyce E.
P/P/D: Egg Harbor, NJ : Joyce E. Green, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The "pick" song.
First Line: You can pick on my uncle and my granny, you can pick on my brother and pa
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

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Title: Another night like this (en una noche asi).
First Line:
Chorus: Another night like this, is what I'm wishing for
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Beautiful carnation.
First Line: A lei of carnation, a token of my love for you, dear
Chorus: Beautiful carnation, nature's own creation
Music by: Kaai, Bernie K.
Words by: Kuaana, Danny K.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The bouncing ball polka.
First Line: Hop, hop, hop, just like a bouncing ball
Chorus: See the way they do it! The bouncing ball polka; There is nothing to it
Music by: Romero, Garet.
Words by: Romero, Garet.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Bow down brother.
First Line: Don't you know my dear brother that the Lord is watching you
Chorus: So you'd better bow down and bow down low and sing his praise wherever you go
Music by: Autry, Gene, and Tex Owens.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Golden West Melodies Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Bow-legged cowboy (you gotta straighten out for me).
First Line: I overheard a cowboy sweetheart tellin' her beau
Chorus: Oh, bow, bowlegged cowboy, you gotta straighten out for me
Music by: Tobias, Harry, and Johnny Marvin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: But that's a man for you.
First Line: They say that women are hard to understand and I suppose it's true
Chorus: Oh, he'll tell you the sweetest things while he turns on a charm or two
Music by: Calder, George.
Words by: Martin, Evelyn.
P/P/D: New York : Romaunt Music Publications, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Chant of the tamale vendor (el pregon del tamalero).
First Line: Hot tamales, hot tamales, buy them while they're hot, buy them while they're hot
Chorus:
Music by: Gallant, Michael.
Words by: Garcia, Lucio, and Michael Gallant.
P/P/D: Chicago : Gollatz Music Publishers, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Choo! Choo! Coch-a-cool-ah.
First Line: In monkey land, folks understand some words and ways of man
Chorus: Choo! Choo! Coch-a-cool-ah! Means: dear, I love you-la!
Music by: Shay, Virginius.
Words by: Shay, Virginius.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Pub. Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Christmas came early this year.
First Line: I would have called it impossible; said that it just couldn't be
Chorus: Christmas came early this year it wasn't December, but Christmas was here!
Music by: Sparts, Merrill.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Flamingo Music, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Cincinnati Lou.
First Line: I've got a gal called Cincinnati Lou I don't know nothin' she won't do
Chorus:
Music by: Travis, Merle, and Shug Fisher.
Words by: Travis, Merle, and Shug Fisher.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The coffee song they've got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil.
First Line: Way down among Brazilians coffee beans grow by the billions
Chorus:
Music by: Hilliard, Bob, and Dick Miles.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Valiant Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Confused.
First Line: Sweetheart, can this be an illusion? I can't believe it's really you
Chorus: I'm so confused, you are acting so coldly
Music by: Swanson, A. E., D. K. Harrison, and Joe Davis.
Words by: Swanson, A. E., D. K. Harrison, and Joe Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Cuttin' capers on the campus.
First Line: Something hit the dear old college, discipline has gone
Chorus: Cuttin' capers on the campus, it's a college holiday
Music by: Oppenheim, Dave, and Roy Ingraham.
Words by: Oppenheim, Dave, and Roy Ingraham.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Divorce me C. O. D.
First Line: Just bought me a great long ticket, gonna use it at four p.m.
Chorus:
Music by: Travis, Merle, and Cliffie Stone.
Words by: Travis, Merle, and Cliffie Stone.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Do anything but cry, sweetheart.
First Line: You know, sweetheart, how you get me, whenever tears are in your eyes
Chorus: Do anything but cry, sweetheart, I hate to hurt you, my sweetheart
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Do I love you?
First Line: I've never in my life kept a secret, concealing one is no easy task
Chorus: Do I love you? Do I love you? Oh, my darling can't you see?
Music by: Black, Esther, and Eve Whitney.
Words by: Black, Esther, and Eve Whitney.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The doodle song.
First Line: I found out a way to set your mind at ease
Chorus: When there's somethin' on your noodle, on your noodle, on your noodle, doodle, doodle, doodle, all day
Music by: Miller, Helen, Fay Whitman, and George Goodwin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Dora, the clam digger's daughter.
First Line: This is a story of love on the shores of New England
Chorus: Dora, the clam diggers's daughter trim as any sloop on the water
Music by: Munro, Axel, and Dick Cunliffe.
Words by: Munro, Axel, and Dick Cunliffe.
P/P/D: New York : Lou Citro Publications, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Easter song.
First Line: When happiness with easter cheer then blues of your's and mine disappear
Chorus: With accent on youth coming in the spring, what thrills of love and romance it will bring
Music by: Budson, Francis.
Words by: Budson, Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Far-away island.
First Line: Sweetheart, though you may not know it, my thoughts travel oceans away
Chorus: There's a far away island, on a far away shore
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Shapiro.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : J. J. Robbins & Sons Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Foolin'.
First Line: How many times have I told you? Someday you'll be blue
Chorus: Foolin' you're always foolin' ev'rything is just a game
Music by: Farrow, Charles, and Norman Anthony.
Words by:
P/P/D: Boston : Back Bay Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: For sentimental reasons [at head of title: (I love you)].
First Line: I love you for sentimental reasons, I hope you do believe me
Chorus:
Music by: Best, William.
Words by: Watson, Deek.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Forever in my heart.
First Line: We know that life is very short, and time goes by so fast
Chorus: You are in my dreams, forever in my heart
Music by: Raymor, Neva, and Charles McCollister.
Words by: Raymor, Neva, and Charles McCollister.
P/P/D: Chicago and Wichitha : Raymond-McCollister Music Publishers, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Garden in the sky.
First Line: Jesus needed one more rosebud in his garden of love
Chorus: There's a garden in the sky for little children such as I
Music by: Lou, Louisana.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Midland Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Go sleepy sleep (sleep, baby Jay).
First Line: Darkness is descending another day is done
Chorus: Go sleepy sleep, little sleepy head. Mister sandman is on his way, sleep baby Jay
Music by: D'Artega, Eddie White, and Murray Gans.
Words by: D'Artega, Eddie White, and Murray Gans.
P/P/D: New York : G I Music, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Gooseberries ain't got legs.
First Line: For fifty years I've looked for gold and never got a break
Chorus: Gooseberries ain't got legs, gooseberries ain't got legs
Music by: Trace, Al, Jane Alexander, and Perry Alexander.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dubonnet Music Publishing, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Happy, happy wedding (the wedding polka).
First Line:
Chorus: Happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, wedding day
Music by: Willson, Meredith.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hated to wake up this morning.
First Line: Went to beddie thinking of you, never thought I'd really dream it's true
Chorus: Hated to wake up this morning, just because I dreamed of you last night
Music by: Greene, Jade.
Words by: Greene, Jade.
P/P/D: New York : Art Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Her bathing suit never got wet.
First Line: By the waters of the Caribbean, lives a lovely little Latin Queen
Chorus: But her bathing suit never got wet
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Tobias, Charlie.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hey now! Hey now!
First Line: I was walking down the street acting rich and bold
Chorus: Hey now! Hey now! I said, hey now! Hey now! Hey now!
Music by: Calloway, Cab, and Elton Hill.
Words by: Calloway, Cab, and Elton Hill.
P/P/D: New York : Crescendo Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hey, Mr. Postman.
First Line: Hey, Mister Postman anything for me today
Chorus:
Music by: Weston, Paul.
Words by: Raye, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hey! Ba-ba-re-bop.
First Line: Hey! Ba-ba-re-bop, Hey! Ba-ba-re-bop, Hey! Ba-ba-re-bop
Chorus:
Music by: Hampton, Lionel, and Curley Hamner.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The horses won't co-operate.
First Line: It's really got me goin', it's gettin' in my hair
Chorus: The horses won't co-operate, for me they always come in late
Music by: Randolph, Al.
Words by: Randolph, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Al Randolph Publications, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: How can I tell you?
First Line: It's heaven to feel the touch of your hand, to see you smiling and know you understand
Chorus: How can I tell you, what I feel in my heart?
Music by: Lucas, Gene.
Words by: Stewart, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I don't know why (I just do).
First Line: All day long you're asking me what I see in you
Chorus: I don't know why I love you like I do, I don't know why, I just do
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I don't want your love.
First Line: I don't want your love if you don't belong to me
Chorus:
Music by: Rochinski, Stan, Bob Roberts, and Junior Spangler.
Words by: Rochinski, Stan, Bob Roberts, and Junior Spangler.
P/P/D: Washington, D. C. : Executive Music Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I got a gal named Nettie.
First Line: J. P. Morgan's got the dollars, Minnesota's got the scholars
Chorus:
Music by: Calloway, Cab, and Elton Hill.
Words by: Calloway, Cab, and Elton Hill.
P/P/D: New York : Crescendo Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I love you, that is.
First Line: I have a habit of repeating and repeating how I care for you, you that is
Chorus: Sometimes I love you, love you, love you, that is
Music by: Bergman, Dewey, Jack Segal, and Patrick Lewis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I stood alone upon a hilltop.
First Line: Darling, while you're away, my heart cries out to say, there's a gulf between us
Chorus: I stood alone upon a hilltop, gazing far over the sea
Music by: Allen, Nettie.
Words by: Allen, Nettie.
P/P/D: New York : Northern Bell Music Pub. Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I wonder [at head of title: (Could you miss me)].
First Line: The love we have and hold, sweetheart, is like a gem so rare
Chorus: If it ever should be that we had to part, could you miss me; I wonder
Music by: Fina, Don.
Words by: Fina, Don.
P/P/D: Kenosha, WI : Key City Music Publishing Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'd love to be encircled (in your arms).
First Line: The wind is whistling all around. On a cold winter night
Chorus: I'd love to be encircled in your arms. Look into your eyes, and oh, oh
Music by: Carleton, Bob.
Words by: McCrocklin, Bertha M.
P/P/D: S.l. : Bertha M. McCrocklin, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: If I'm in the way.
First Line: You're acting very strange, I even see a tear
Chorus: If I'm in the way of your happiness, I'm so sorry, dear
Music by: David, Lee, and Dick Sanford.
Words by: David, Lee, and Dick Sanford.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'll close my eyes.
First Line: Heaven sends a song thru its doors, just as if it seems to know, I'm exclusively yours
Chorus: I'll close my eyes to ev'ryone but you, and when I do, I'll see you standing there
Music by: Reid, Billy.
Words by: Kaye, Buddy.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Maurice Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'll know it's love (un amor vendra).
First Line: Love will find a way to my heart some day
Chorus:
Music by: Lecuona, Ernesto.
Words by: Lecuona, Ernesto, and Harry Ruby.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'll never love again la Borrachita.
First Line: I'll never love again if you forget me my heart won't let me love someone new
Chorus:
Music by: Esperon, Ignacio Fernadez (Tata Nacho).
Words by: Stewart, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Illusion (un sueuo).
First Line: Illusion is the sister of dreams and the kiss I have taken how delightful it seems
Chorus:
Music by: Cugat, Xavier.
Words by: Russell, Bob, and S. T. Gallagher.
P/P/D: New York : Pemora Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm a little bit crazy.
First Line: My friends all say I'm acting queer, espec'lly so when you are near
Chorus: I'm a little bit crazy, crazy over you. Just a little bit crazy about the things you do
Music by: Forbes, Phil.
Words by: Manning, Vi.
P/P/D: New York : Northeastern Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm happy when I'm with you.
First Line: I think of you always when I'm away from you no matter where you are I hold you in my heart
Chorus: I'm happy when I'm with you
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Burgess, Eva.
P/P/D: Thompsonville, CT : Eva Burgess, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm headin' home.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm headin' home I'm hittin' the tracks I'm leavin' soon my bags are all packed
Music by: Garman, Glen D.
Words by: Garman, Glen D.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm lonesome for you.
First Line: It's not that I feel sentimental or trying to be just a bore
Chorus: If I don't find the moon romantic and tears just begin to fall
Music by: Bandini, Al, and Syd Wyner.
Words by: Sackler, Rose.
P/P/D: New York : Standard Music Publishers Ltd., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm makin' my way back to Macon, Georgia.
First Line: I am awfully sad, I'm really getting it bad
Chorus: Wipe away those cobwebs from my eyes, I'm missing the most colorful prize
Music by: Corbo, Don.
Words by: Corbo, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Ocean-Spray Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm still in love with you.
First Line: I can't believe you'd say good-bye, after the things we planned
Chorus: Altho' you found somebody else, you'll always live within my memory
Music by: Salmieri, Pat.
Words by: Salmieri, Pat.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Pat Salmieri, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm your one and only.
First Line: You've been half-hearted in our romance, you never even tried
Chorus: I'm your one and only, but only when I am the only one around
Music by: Victor, Floyd, and R. N. Herman.
Words by: Victor, Floyd, and R. N. Herman.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Instantly.
First Line: Darling, I was wise the very second, that romance beckoned, somehow I knew
Chorus: Instantly, you made the shadows go, instantly, the world was all aglow
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: It's a pity to say goodnight.
First Line: What a shame the night is ending, cross my heart I'm not pretending
Chorus: It's a pity to say goodnight, because I never saw stars so bright
Music by: Reid, Billy.
Words by: Reid, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: It's gotta come out.
First Line: If I should suppress this feeling then I alone am to blame
Chorus: It's gotta come out, all that's in my heart
Music by: Alexander, Perry, and Eleanor Villa.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dubonnet Music Publishing, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: It's not I'm such a wolf it's just you're such a lamb.
First Line: Oh, I gotta watch out, so you'll never know how much I love you
Chorus:
Music by: Darwin, Lanier.
Words by: Maddern, Merle, and Lanier Darwin.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Just cancel my dream.
First Line: You have no regrets, so you say, you've had your fling why must I pay
Chorus: Just cancel my dream I can't afford to go overboard
Music by: Genger, Roger, Ed Berry, and Ray De Vallee.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Brightlights Music Pub. Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Kentucky waltz.
First Line: I can hear that haunting waltz of Kentucky, I fell in love the night I heard that tune
Chorus:
Music by: Monroe, Bill.
Words by: Monroe, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Laughing on the outside (crying on the inside).
First Line: We agreed to call it a day. We agreed it was best to forget.
Chorus: The crowd sees me out dancing, carefree and romancing, happy with someone new
Music by: Wayne, Bernie.
Words by: Raleigh, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Let me straddle a saddle all day.
First Line: When the road has no turn and surroundings are strange
Chorus: Let me straddle a saddle along the Rio Grande, on a rancho down Mexico way
Music by: Hall, Wendell.
Words by: Hall, Wendell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Wendell Hall Music Maker Productions, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: A little consideration.
First Line: What do I need to really make me happy, to make my lonely life a song?
Chorus: A little consideration is all I ask, a little consideration from you
Music by: Skylar, Sunny.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Mashuga (means crazy).
First Line: Mere mortal phases can never define this heavenly thrill that I feel
Chorus: Mashuga! Mashuga! Mashuga! Mashuga means "cra-a-a-zy!"
Music by: Drake, Ervin, Jimmy Shirl, and Henry Katzman.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Muchas Gracias.
First Line: I'm no fortune teller but know when a fella's in love
Chorus: Ah, muchas gracias, my dear, for the dances and glances you gave me last night
Music by: Erwin, Vic, and Rose Davies.
Words by: Rodriguez, Estelita, Vic Erwin, and Rose Davies.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: My confession.
First Line: So this is my confession, sure as stars are above you
Chorus:
Music by: Yamin, Jaime.
Words by: Davis, Joe, and Jaime Yamin.
P/P/D: New York : Caribbean Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: My cutie pie.
First Line: Now here's a little ditty about someone cute and witty
Chorus: My cutie pie she's the apple of my eye
Music by: King, Drewey, and C. H. Trams.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Publishers, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Nancy Clancy.
First Line: Once there were two cute colleens, best of friends and in their teens
Chorus: Nancy Clancy, Irish rose, big blue eyes and a turned up nose
Music by: Jacobsen, Sascha.
Words by: Drake, Ervin.
P/P/D: New York : Emnery Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The necessary evil blues.
First Line: A womans's nothin' to man but trouble, a woman's nothin' but mis'ry he can't ever lose
Chorus:
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: A nickel for a memory.
First Line: I sit alone at a table for two, the music playing; but where are you
Chorus: A nickel for a memory, the record starts to play
Music by: Alexander, Perry, Bob Hilliard, and Ann Beardsley.
Words by:
P/P/D: New Yorkk : Dubonnet Music Pub, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: No te quiero (I don't wantcha, wantcha anymore).
First Line: I don't want-cha, want-cha anymore, so please keep goin' since you know the score
Chorus:
Music by: Casas, Escobar G.
Words by: Casas, Escobar G., and Joe Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Caribbean Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Oh no-not much.
First Line: I don't wanna kiss you, never seem to miss you, oh no, not much
Chorus:
Music by: Lucas, Gene.
Words by: Stewart, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: On the banks of Kilarney.
First Line: There's a pretty little spot in a land that's full of charm
Chorus: It was there on the banks of Kilarney, where the shamrock and violets grew
Music by: Baldwin, Rollins C.
Words by: Baldwin, Rollins C.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Rollins C. Baldwin, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Ooh-ga wah-ga wah! Wah!
First Line: Out in Oklahoma there's an Indian band
Chorus: Ooh-ga wah-ga wah! Wah! (Wah! Wah!) me no beat 'em tom-tom at a pow wow
Music by: Donez, Ian, Eli Dawson, and Herbert Gray.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dawson Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Out California way.
First Line: Made up my mind to go where I'm always goin' to stay
Chorus:
Music by: Meakin, Jack.
Words by: Carling, Foster.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Composers Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Passe.
First Line: When we parted we said "we've had enough"
Chorus: Can our love be passe when you seem kind of lost without me
Music by: De Lange, Eddie, Carl Sigman, and Joseph Meyer.
Words by: Sablon, Jean, and Jean Geiringer.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Peggy Ann.
First Line: Dear heart, I'll say, on some sunny day, "Won't you please give me the go ahead sign?"
Chorus: Down the lane came dear Peggy Ann, golden hair like the desert sand
Music by: Greason, James D.
Words by: Greason, James D.
P/P/D: Atwood, KS : James D. Greason, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Please don't sing aloha oe to me.
First Line: One night in a hula cafe he sat alone at a table for two
Chorus: Say please don't sing a "aloha oe" to me (Kuwahine)
Music by: George, Don R.
Words by: Page, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Please make up your mind.
First Line: You keep me in suspense, dear, you know that I love you
Chorus: Please make up your mind, won't you say that you love me
Music by: Mull, Leonard.
Words by: Mull Leonard.
P/P/D: Magnolia, NJ : Leonard Mull, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: A rainy night in Rio.
First Line: People in Brazil are happy in the moonglow those who want a thrill fulfill their fondest dreams
Chorus: What do they do on a rainy night in Rio? What do they do when there is no starry sky?
Music by: Schwartz, Arthur.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Rumors are flying.
First Line: I don't often attract attention, I'm not the kind who achieves renown
Chorus: Rumors are flying that you've got me sighing
Music by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
Words by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
P/P/D: New York : Oxford Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sailors sure do love smooth.
First Line: Sailors may be shy and some may be quite sly
Chorus: Baby how about a kiss something you'll never miss
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: Patterson, F. L.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sentimental Moon.
First Line:
Chorus: Sentimental moon, don't be a sentimental moon
Music by: Harrison, Tommy, and Bobby Worth.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Shhhhh! Don't wake the baby.
First Line:
Chorus: Shhhhh! Don't wake the baby, shhhhh! 'cause the baby's asleep
Music by: Brandwynne, Nat.
Words by: Rose, Irvin.
P/P/D: New York : Chelsea Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Sunshine and shadows.
First Line: There are days so dark and dreary, when the skies are cold and grey
Chorus: When the flowers all are drooping, and the birds have hushed their song
Music by: Baldwin, Rollins C.
Words by: Baldwin, Rollins C.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Rollins C. Baldwin, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: That's my home.
First Line: Got the starry sky for a roof over my head, that's my home
Chorus:
Music by: Robin, Sid.
Words by: Robin, Sid.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: There's a little bit of everything in Texas.
First Line: There's a little bit of eveything in Texas just look around and you will see
Chorus:
Music by: Tubb, Ernest.
Words by: Tubb, Ernest.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: There's happiness again on the range.
First Line: With cowboys now returning, guitars are back in tune, there's happiness again on the range
Chorus:
Music by: Vincent, Nat, and Gene Autry.
Words by: Vincent, Nat, and Gene Autry.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: This time it's love.
First Line: I never knew what love meant, until I kissed you that day
Chorus: This time it's love, my heart has told me so
Music by: Kirby, Estelle.
Words by: Kirby, Estelle.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Publishers, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The tie that binds.
First Line: Dearest I am broken hearted ever since you went away
Chorus: The tie that binds is broken the vows that once were spoken will linger my in my memory
Music by: Ellsworth, Lee.
Words by: Ellsworth, Lee.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: The toorie on his bonnet.
First Line: Mac Tavish was Pipe Major in the Higland Scot's Brigade
Chorus: 'Twas the toorie on his bonnet, the red toorie on it, his red tourie-oor-ie-oor-ie-ay
Music by: Brown, George, and Noel Gay.
Words by: Brown, George, and Noel Gay.
P/P/D: London : Clover Music Co. Ltd., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Twenty-two steps (from the corner).
First Line: Some keep thinkin' of the Wabash; some keep longin' for the sea
Chorus: Twenty-two steps from the corner, twenty-two steps up the street
Music by: Warren, Blackie, and Joe Ricardel.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Wanda Lou.
First Line: I'm coming home and I've got plans for me and you
Chorus: Memories of you my sweet Wanda Lou
Music by: Graveline, Anna.
Words by: Graveline, Anna.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Waters of Venice floating down the sleepy lagoon.
First Line: Tonight we wander down the sleepy blue lagoon
Chorus: Floating gently down the sleepy lagoon to you sweetheart I am singing this serenade
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Fleeson, Neville.
P/P/D: S.l. : Elizabeth Fleeson, Marian Vail, Thomas P. & Calvin W. Fleeson, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: We're never too old to love.
First Line: Love never loses its luster or worth, it makes our living sublime
Chorus: We're never too old to love, while there is a moon above
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: What do I have to do?
First Line: You would be so kind if you'd help me find the answer to the question
Chorus: Oh, what do I have to do to make you love me, what do I have to do sweetheart
Music by: Jacobs, Al, Larry Stock, and Ira Schuster.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: What word is sweeter than sweetheart.
First Line: Altho I've read most every book and searched thru all my mind
Chorus: What word is sweeter than sweetheart?
Music by: Erickson, Jack.
Words by: Taylor, Larry.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Whatta ya gonna do!
First Line: Are these my walking papers that you hand me?
Chorus: Whatta ya gonna do if you should need me and I can't be found?
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, and Patrick Lewis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: What's your favorite dream?
First Line:
Chorus: What's your favorite dream? A cruise down to Rio?
Music by: Agay, Denes.
Words by: Jordan, Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco and Conn Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: When someone like me finds a dream like you.
First Line: I knew that you would be just waiting somewhere for me
Chorus: When someone like me finds a dream like you there are many things that I must do
Music by: Walsh, Ann.
Words by: Walsh, Ann.
P/P/D: New York : Northeastern Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: When the music stops everybody kiss your sweetheart.
First Line: Stop, look, and listen this goes for ev'ryone
Chorus: If you're list'ning to a love song dancing with the one you love when the music stops
Music by: Franklin, Dave, and Irving Taylor.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: When you make love to me don't make believe.
First Line: You're near to me, and yet you can be incredibly far away
Chorus: When you make love to me, don't make believe
Music by: Hoyl, Jim, and Marjorie Goetschius.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Emery Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Where's my heart?
First Line: Where's my heart? Somehow I lost it where's my heart?
Chorus:
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Hudson Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Which way'd they go? (they went that-a-way).
First Line: Saturday matinee, there's a cowboy picture on today
Chorus: They went that-a-way (which way 'd they go?) they went that-a-way
Music by: Allen, Ray, and Perry Botkin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Who dunit to who.
First Line: Once there were twin brothers by the name of "Who"
Chorus:
Music by: Daxe, Elliot, Al Haas, and Mike Durso.
Words by: Daxe, Elliot, Al Haas, and Mike Durso.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Why does it have to rain on Sunday.
First Line: I love the flowers and flowers love the showers and fields of grain need rain
Chorus: Why does it have to rain on Sunday, the one day the sun oughta shine?
Music by: Ott, Vi, and Bob Merrill.
Words by: Ott, Vi, and Bob Merrill.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: With you in my arms.
First Line: I always hoped that someday I'd find someone like you
Chorus: Arms dancing in the starlight loving it all here in our small corner of heaven
Music by: Alexander, Dan.
Words by: Dunham, B. A.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Crystal Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Won't you let me take you home after this.
First Line: I caught that fancy look, it may mean something too good
Chorus: Won't you let me take you home after this, you may be afraid to go all alone
Music by: Dussaye, Warren.
Words by: Dussaye, Warren.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Wouldn't you like to know.
First Line: If, as you say, you can read me like a book
Chorus: Wouldn't you like to know just what I'm thinking about?
Music by: Gans, Murray.
Words by: Waters, Mel.
P/P/D: New York : Noteworthy Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Wyoming [at head of title: (Oh why, oh why, did I ever leave)].
First Line: Oh! give me back my prairie with the cattle and wild game
Chorus: Why, oh why, did I ever leave Wyoming?
Music by: Amsterdam, Morey.
Words by: Amsterdam, Morey.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You gotta do whatcha gotta do.
First Line: Heard a man say: "Listen son, it's just gotta be done"
Chorus: You gotta do whatcha gotta do, gotta do whatcha gotta do
Music by: Roberts, Allan, and Doris Fisher.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Sun Music Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You were only teasing me.
First Line: Once I held you in my arms and you thrilled me with your charms
Chorus:
Music by: Tubb, Ernest, and T. Texas Tyler.
Words by: Tubb, Ernest, and T. Texas Tyler.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You were somebody elses sweetheart.
First Line: You were somebody elses sweetheart but now you belong to me
Chorus:
Music by: Spina, Harold.
Words by: Spina, Harold.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Spina-Green Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You!
First Line: You are the one we are praying for you are the one we miss
Chorus: You're in our hearts while we're lonely. You.
Music by: Gaal, Chas. J.
Words by: Lentz, Orville.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. J. Gaal, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: You're grand.
First Line: My romances, were like taxi dances, I didn't seem to have a care
Chorus: You're diff'rent, diff'rent from anyone I've ever met
Music by: Gates, George M.
Words by: Gates, George M.
P/P/D: New York : George M. Gates Music Publications, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

____________________ 1947____________________

Title: Dark as a dungeon.
First Line: Come listen, you fellers, so young and so fine
Chorus: It's dark as a dungeon and damp as the dew
Music by: Travis, Merle.
Words by: Travis, Merle.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Every minute of the evening.
First Line: I know you won't believe me, when you hear what I have to say
Chorus: Ev'ry minute of the evening, my poor heart keeps on beating for you
Music by: Lombardo, Mario.
Words by: Lombardo, Mario.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Publishing Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Happy birthday greetings, sweetheart.
First Line:
Chorus: Happy birthday greetings sweetheart, many years of happiness
Music by: Bovee, Stella.
Words by: Bovee, Stella.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Publishing Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: He answereth prayer (one hour of hope).
First Line: Give me an hour of happiness, and I shall not complain
Chorus: He answereth pray'r he answereth me
Music by: Betz, Mabel Hobson.
Words by: Betz, Mabel Hobson.
P/P/D: Sacramento : LeBam Music Publications & Enterprises, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Headin' West.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a home on the prairie that I'm gonna see once more
Music by: Roth, Howard H.
Words by: Roth, Howard H.
P/P/D: Clearwater, FL : Howard H. Roth & Co., Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Hey! Mama (he's trying to kiss me).
First Line: Sister Sue is silly 'bout a goofy boy named Andy
Chorus: He's actin' sly and tho' I am much older hey! mama hes tryin' to kiss me
Music by: Reichman, Joe, Nat Streeter, and Kay Coblin.
Words by: Reichman, Joe, Nat Streeter, and Kay Coblin.
P/P/D: New York : Royal Music Corp., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I love somebody who doesn't love me.
First Line: I have a story to tell which is experienced by gals and guys
Chorus: I love somebody who doesn't love me, what should I do to cure my blues?
Music by: Sommers, Henry J.
Words by:
P/P/D: Whashington, D.C. : Henry J. Sommers, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'll hold you in my heart (till I can hold you in my arms).
First Line: Another lonely day passes, and you're still far away
Chorus:
Music by: Arnold, Eddy, Hal Horton, and Tommy Dilbeck.
Words by: Arnold, Eddy, Hal Horton, and Tommy Dilbeck.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: I'm so right tonight [at head of title: (I've been so wrong, for so long, but)].
First Line: I thought lovin' was never for me, but since I met you, it's easy to see
Chorus:
Music by: Shand, Terry.
Words by: Dunham.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Jackpot.
First Line: Most of us have dreams of fame we all hope to get rich
Chorus: You hit the jackpot you win the game
Music by: Wells, H. R.
Words by: Wells, H. R.
P/P/D: S.l. : Master Music Press Publications, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: John Henry.
First Line: When John Henry was a little bitty boy sittin' on his mammy's knee
Chorus:
Music by: Travis, Merle.
Words by: Travis, Merle.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Lovely.
First Line: Lovely is a personal expression descriptive of the one that I adore
Chorus: I call you lovely dear because it's just the word for you
Music by: Crawford, A. W.
Words by: Crawford, A. W.
P/P/D: Chicago : Puritan Publishing Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Mahzel (means good luck).
First Line: There's a certain little word can mean a lot to you
Chorus: You've gotta have a little Mahzel 'cause Mahzel means "good luck"
Music by: Wayne, Artie, and Jack Beekman.
Words by: Wayne, Artie, and Jack Beekman.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Moonlight millionaire.
First Line: I don't have a lot of money, what's the difference, I don't care
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, and Charles Noonan.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, and Charles Noonan.
P/P/D: New York : Jimmie Davis Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Nine pound hammer.
First Line: This nine pound hammer is a little too heavy
Chorus: Roll on buddy don't you roll so slow
Music by: Travis, Merle.
Words by: Travis, Merle.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Tall corn country.
First Line: Pappy get your fiddle and your corn cob pipe
Chorus: I come from the land of corn'cus that's the place where I was born
Music by: Johnson, Arlo.
Words by: Johnson, Arlo.
P/P/D: Forest City, Iowa : Timberland Publishing Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Then I turned and walked slowly away.
First Line: I saw you last night again, darling, and you still seem as lovely to me
Chorus:
Music by: Fortner, Red, and Eddy Arnold.
Words by: Fortner, Red, and Eddy Arnold.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbot Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: These will be the best years of our lives.
First Line: Tho the future looks somewhat uncertain, don't even let it concern you
Chorus: These will be the best years of our lives, darling just look around and count our blessings now
Music by: Hilliard, Bob, and Dave Mann.
Words by: Hillard, Bob, and Dave Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Tomorrow.
First Line: Tomorrow my skies will all be blue. Tomorrow my dreams will all come true
Chorus:
Music by: Tallman, Sam.
Words by: Tallman, Sam.
P/P/D: Chicago : Sam Tallman, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Waukegan cowboy.
First Line: I'm rough and tough and hard to bluff my trigger finger's jerky
Chorus: I'm the Waukegan cowboy take it from me, you can see I'm at home on the lone prairie
Music by: Roth, Howard H.
Words by: Roth, Howard H.
P/P/D: Clearwater, FL : Howard H. Roth & Co. Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: What ev'ry woman knows.
First Line:
Chorus: When his rovin' eyes will stray to some other gal some day
Music by: Osser, Edna, and Glenn Osser.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

Title: Your red wagon.
First Line: Your bus'ness is your red wagon, what's in it is all your own
Chorus: If so wanna go crazy and act the clown
Music by: de Paul, Gene, Richard M. Jones, and Don Raye.
Words by: de Paul, Gene, Richard M. Jones, and Don Raye.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1945-1947

____________________ 1948____________________

Title: All full of empty.
First Line: Looked in the mailbox early this morning I should have stayed away
Chorus:
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: George, Don.
P/P/D: Encion : Piantadosi Music Publications, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Any resemblance to love (is purely co-incidental).
First Line: We're two sensible people, sharing a cigarette, a dance and a chat
Chorus: If I should kiss you, please don't get sentimental
Music by: Shelly, Lou, and Walter Bishop.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Walter Bishop, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beautiful eyes.
First Line: What have you got in those beautiful eyes?
Chorus:
Music by: Adams, Frankie, Leonard Rosen, and Neal Madaglia.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cabaret.
First Line: Cabaret lights were low, music slow. Lips divine, pressing mine, who could ask for more
Chorus:
Music by: Russell, Al, and Joel Cowan.
Words by: Russell, Al, and Joel Cowan.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Calico sweetheart.
First Line: A gentle mem'ry haunts me, I still recall the day
Chorus: When you wore a calico gown, and I wore a tan buster brown
Music by: de Cimber, J. V., and "Heinie" Jack Bundy.
Words by: Pritchard, Dave.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, WI : De Cimber-Pritchard-Pfau Music Pub., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Caribbean moon.
First Line: Caribbean moon, red moon, above, 'neath your soft light there is someone I love
Chorus:
Music by: Beaulieu, Toni.
Words by: Love, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cold, cold, woman.
First Line: I've got a cold, cold, woman, for my little wife
Chorus:
Music by: Jordan, Howe.
Words by: Jordan, Howe.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cricket song (I want to be a cricket).
First Line: Some folks want to be wealthy, and some want fame instead
Chorus: I want to be a little cricket that goes (tsk tsk) all night
Music by: de Cimber, J. V.
Words by: Pritchard, Dave.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, WI : De Cimber-Pritchard-Pfau Music Pub., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Dad gave my dog away.
First Line: My dad gave me a brand new bike, a streamlined one of blue
Chorus:
Music by: Tyler, T. Texas, Mary Jean Shurtz, and Jake Taylor.
Words by: Tyler, T. Texas, Mary Jean Shurtz, and Jake Taylor.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Down by the station.
First Line: This is for the people who never rode the train, whether in California or even up in Maine
Chorus: Down by the station early in the morning, see all the little puffer bellies all in a row
Music by: Ricks, Lee, and Slim Gaillard.
Words by: Ricks, Lee, and Slim Gaillard.
P/P/D: New York : American Academy of Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Down yonder.
First Line: Railroad train, railroad train, hurry some more
Chorus: Down yonder someone beckons to me, down yonder somone reckons on me
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Music Publishers Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Dreamy old New England moon.
First Line: Dreamy old New England moon, tell my love I miss her so
Chorus:
Music by: Berk, Morty, Frank Capano, and Max C. Freedman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Glad to know you.
First Line: Never thought that I would find a girl like you, never dreamed that love would ever start
Chorus: Glad to know you, how-dee-do! Glad to know you know me too
Music by: Moore, Warrren.
Words by: Moore, Warren.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Home for Thanksgiving day.
First Line: So you can't get home for Thanksgiving? Too busy? Yes I know
Chorus: Throw your troubles out the window hop in the old coupe and hit the trail
Music by: Brennan, James A.
Words by: McConnell, C. M.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Honkin' the horn for honey.
First Line: Got a girl I'm crazy about; she's the best so far
Chorus: Just honkin' the horn for honey, kinda impatient, you see
Music by: McCollister, Raymond C., Tony Ferragamo, and O. M. Watson.
Words by: McCollister, Raymond C., Tony Ferragamo, and O. M. Watson.
P/P/D: Chicago : Raymond C. Mc Collister, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: How many tears must fall.
First Line: I always tho't that love would make your dreams come true and keep a song in your heart
Chorus: How many tears must fall? And how many heartaches must there be?
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Jones, Isham.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A hundred and sixty acres.
First Line: Where the mountains meet the sky, there's a spot that's all my own
Chorus: I've got a hundred and sixty acres in a valley, I've got a hundred and sixty acres of the best
Music by: Kapp, David.
Words by: Kapp, David.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I couldn't believe my eyes (I couldn't believe my ears).
First Line: Seeing is believing, that's how the saying goes. Now I'm crying my heart out for you
Chorus: I couldn't believe my eyes, I was taken by surprise, when I saw you in another's arm last night
Music by: Watts, Clem, Ben Trace, and Lee Pines.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I still want you.
First Line: Why do I feel blue, dear, music tell me you're near
Chorus:
Music by: Otto, Ben.
Words by: Otto, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you learn your A. B. C.'s.
First Line: I am sure that you have been to school, but did you ever learn your A. B. C.'s?
Chorus:
Music by: Sullivan, Hazel.
Words by:
P/P/D: Houston : Songwriters Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'm a fool to care.
First Line: I'm a fool to care, when you treat me this way
Chorus:
Music by: Daffan, Ted.
Words by: Daffan, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's a most unusual day.
First Line: I woke up singing this morning got out of the right side of bed
Chorus: It's a most unusual day feel like throwing my worries away
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Loew's Incorporated, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I've got a crush on you.
First Line: How glad the many millions of Annabelles and Lillians would be to capture me!
Chorus: I've got a crush on you, sweetie pie, all the day and night-time hear me sigh.
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: S. l. : New World Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Judy.
First Line: You came down out of heaven to make me happy here
Chorus: You're my angel, Judy, you're my darlin'
Music by: Stokes, E. W "Tiny."
Words by: Stokes, E. W "Tiny."
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Lonesome for you.
First Line: I awoke to a cold grey dawn, with the sudden realization that you were gone.
Chorus: I'm writing from my heart, a melancholy heart
Music by: Quadling, Lew.
Words by: Lee, Louise.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Lord is my shepherd.
First Line: The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want, he maketh me to lie down in green pastures
Chorus:
Music by: Betz, Mabel Hobson.
Words by:
P/P/D: Sacramento : Le Bam Music Publications & Enterprises, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Love don't get you nothin' but the blues.
First Line: Once when I was young, my life was complete and all day long I sang a happy song.
Chorus: For love don't get you nothin' but the blues
Music by: Cook, Happy, and John Sandusky.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My heart's aflame.
First Line: Each morning at dawn, you're there on my mind
Chorus: My heart's aflame, and you're to blame.
Music by: Cagle, Bob.
Words by: Halop, Billy.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rossongs Music Publishers, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A new thrill from an old flame [at head of title: I got].
First Line: You'll never guess the reason I feel the way I do.
Chorus: New thrill from an old flame
Music by: Dilbeck, Tommy.
Words by: Dilbeck, Tommy.
P/P/D: Dallas : Metro Music, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No orchids for my lady.
First Line: A little all night cafe where no one seems to go
Chorus: No orchids for my lady, no sparkle in the wine
Music by: Strachey, Jack.
Words by: Stranks, Alan.
P/P/D: London : The Edward Kassner Music Co. Ltd., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Portrait of Jennie.
First Line: A portrait of Jennie more precious to me than a masterpiece
Chorus:
Music by: Robinson, J. Russel.
Words by: Burdge, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rancho Padre.
First Line: Some have their dreams, that never come true
Chorus: Out on rancho padre when the moon swings low
Music by: Massey, Louise, and Milt Mabie.
Words by: Massey, Louise, and Milt Mabie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: She picked it up in Mexico.
First Line: She picked it up in Mexico down where the tropic breezes blow
Chorus:
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A song is born.
First Line: Hands o'er the keys ready to play I must begin without delay
Chorus: Notes like the stars twinkling in tune easy to hum lovely to croon.
Music by: Schwartz, Charles.
Words by: Schwartz, Charles.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rossongs Music Publishers, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Strangers in the dark (noche de ronda).
First Line: Strangers in the dark, a casual remark, a sigh that fills the night
Chorus:
Music by: Lara, Maria Teresa.
Words by: Gordon, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sweet as a dream.
First Line: Sweet as a dream, oh, what a queen; and she's so lovely to love.
Chorus:
Music by: Schubert, Franz.
Words by:
P/P/D: Fort Worth, TX : Franz Schubert Music Publisher, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Talking boogie.
First Line: Now way down yonder in Tennessee there's a little old homstead R. F. D.
Chorus: Now if you want to get your enjoys, listen to me just get yourself down to Tennessee
Music by: Williams, Tex, and Cliffie Stone.
Words by: Williams, Tex, and Cliffie Stone.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Thank you.
First Line: You said good-bye and went away leaving me so blue.
Chorus: I'm kinda happy I metcha, I'm really grateful you betcha
Music by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: There's a moon in Monterey.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a moon in Monterey tonight, and I'm wishing on a star
Music by: Compton, Mary, Bob Jepson, and Bill Hampton.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Toyland polka.
First Line: Here's the story of a man who makes toy dolls that talk and stand
Chorus:
Music by: Schelb, Henry, and Dale Fitzsimmons.
Words by: Schelb, Henry, and Dale Fitzsimmons.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Choice Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: What's wrong with me.
First Line: He asked me out in the moon-light to linger and to roam
Chorus: What's wrong with me? Why didn't he kiss me?
Music by: Nacio, and Herb Brown.
Words by: Heyman, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Loew's Incorporated, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When it's nine o'clock in my home town polka.
First Line: I've been in San Francisco and lived in Kankakee; I've traveled from coast to coast
Chorus: When it's nine o'clock in my home town that's when folks begin to sing
Music by: de Cimber, J. V., and "Heinie" Jack Bundy.
Words by: Bell, Victor, and Otto Spearbraker.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, WI : De Cimber Music Publishers, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Wind in my sails.
First Line: Tropic moon above was paling when I whispered I was sailing with the tide
Chorus: Wind in my sails blow me homeward over the foam covered trails
Music by: Grever, Maria.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You was!
First Line: I'm calm but not collected, your ev'ry glance disturbs.
Chorus: If you were to ask me who the sweetest one I knew was I'd say: you was!
Music by: Burke, Sonny.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Crystal Music Publishers, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You're breaking my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: You're breaking my heart cause you're leaving. You've fallen for somebody new.
Music by:
Words by: Genaro, Pat, and Sunny Skylar.
P/P/D: New York : Algonquin Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You're wonderful.
First Line: Right from the start, you stole my heart, and I've loved you forever it seems
Chorus: You're wonderful in everything you do
Music by: Fairstein, Betty Jean.
Words by: Fairstein, Betty Jean.
P/P/D: Houston : Songrwriters, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

____________________ 1949____________________

Title: The angels are singing (in heaven tonight).
First Line: Sweetheart, I recall the day I first met you; I wonder if you remember the same
Chorus: Oh, I can still hear your voice in the evening
Music by: Stanley, Carter.
Words by: Stanley, Carter.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: At the Entre-nous cafe.
First Line: I'll hold your hand in mine, and we will plight our troth
Chorus: I have a date with you tonight, my love, at the Entre-nous cafe
Music by: Beul, Arthur.
Words by: Beul, Arthur, and Dick Manning.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Batio.
First Line: How I long to go, back to Batio and live a memory of love once more
Chorus:
Music by: Andres, Elino Deleon, and Dorothea Towne.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Song Writers' Cooperative Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beautiful eyes.
First Line:
Chorus: What have you got in those beautiful eyes?
Music by: Adams, Frankie, Leonard Rosen, and Neal Madaglia.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Because you love me.
First Line: With you by my side, there's nothing that's wrong, my darling, not even the weather
Chorus: Because you love me there is a sun in the sky rain or shine
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, and Sol Marcus.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, and Sol Marcus.
P/P/D: S. l. : Remick Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Brand on my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: My troubled old heart, dear, is beating with pain
Music by: Snow, C. E.
Words by: Snow, C. E.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Busy line.
First Line: I put a nickel in the telephone and dialed my baby's number, got a buzzy, buzzy, buzzy, busy line.
Chorus:
Music by: Semos, Murray, and Frank Stanton.
Words by: Semos, Murray, and Frank Stanton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cairo.
First Line: I looked up my geography and in Egypt there's a place to see
Chorus: Cairo, Cariro, Cairo's the city for me.
Music by: Hardy, Al.
Words by: Hardy, Al.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Van Brunt Music Publishing Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Chug-a-lug (the drink it down song).
First Line: Chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, drink it down
Chorus:
Music by: Tatman, Sally, and Carlotta Lee.
Words by: Tatman, Sally, and Carlotta Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Michael Music Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cocktail time at dusk.
First Line:
Chorus: Cocktail time at dusk stars will shine above.
Music by: Lavelli, Tony.
Words by: Lavelli, Tony.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Comme Ci, Comme Ca (pronounced: "Come See, Come Sah").
First Line: It seems my friends have been complaining, they say that I've been acting rude
Chorus: I always say, comme ci-comme ca, and go my way
Music by: Coquatrix, Bruno, and Pierre Dudan.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Paris Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Crocodile tears.
First Line: Crocodile tears each time they fall somehow I know mean nothing at all
Chorus:
Music by: MacDonald, Jimmy, and Billie Weber.
Words by: MacDonald, Jimmy, and Billie Weber.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cuban Polka.
First Line: When they play a polka in C-U-B-A, ev'rybody grabs a partner right away
Chorus:
Music by: Dominici, Helo.
Words by: Dominici, Helo.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Darling I'll always love you.
First Line: Tears and a sad broken heart, dear, and a love that has faded away
Chorus: It's so hard to belive those sweet lips could deceive, ev'ry dream is a dream, dear, of you
Music by: Snow, C. E.
Words by: Snow, C. E.
P/P/D: New York : Souther Music Pub. Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The deep blue sea.
First Line: Blue sea and you inspire me with love that's why we are here on the shore
Chorus:
Music by: Ollier, Eunice.
Words by: Ollier, Eunice.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Hoosier Music Publications, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Deepfreeze Dinah.
First Line: Away down south in Caroline, where the sun would scorch a porcupine
Chorus: They call her deepfreeze Dinah from sunny Carolina, she's the coldest gal in town
Music by: Wood, Britt.
Words by: Beatty, George.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Did anyone ever tell you, Mrs. Murphy.
First Line: Did anyone ever tell you, Mrs. Murphy that your charming daughter has the bluest eyes?
Chorus:
Music by: Worth, Leah, Lloyd Sloan, and Karl Suessdorf.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Don't let it get you down.
First Line: You played around too long with my devotion, you made a fool of me all over town
Chorus: When I leave you far behind, don't let it grieve your mind
Music by: Japhet, Cliff, Tommy Coley, and Davis Jimmie H.
Words by: Japhet, Cliff, Tommy Coley, and Davis Jimmie H.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Forever with you.
First Line: A place where violets grow, and blue moon lit waters flow
Chorus:
Music by: Bergantine, Borney.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Have I been forgiven or forgotten.
First Line: Have I been forgiven or forgotten, why don't you be fair and let me know
Chorus:
Music by: Spriggens, Deuce, and Ekko Whelan.
Words by: Spriggens, Deuce, and Ekko Whelan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The heart of Loch Lomond.
First Line: In my dreams I see a picture of a land so fair to me 'tis the heather land of Scotland
Chorus: For my heart is in the heart of Loch Lomond when the sun goes down to rest
Music by: Noel, Art, Fats Fisher, and Chas. Forsythe.
Words by: Noel, Art, Fats Fisher, and Chas. Forsythe.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Ltd., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Home town band [at head of title: (There is a something about a)].
First Line: No matter what kind of a band it is, and whether it's big or small
Chorus: There's somethin' about a home town band that makes you want to shout
Music by: Nagy, John, Milt Lance, and Don Canton.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Honey, why can't you be sweet to me?
First Line: Honey, won't you tell me true just what you have in mind
Chorus: Honey, why can't you be sweet to me?
Music by: Gale, Bill.
Words by: Gale, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Gala Music Publishing Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: How have things been with you?
First Line: Missed you since you went away, ev'ry moment I've been blue
Chorus:
Music by: West, Roy.
Words by: West, Roy.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Melody Hall, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I get up ev'ry morning (what do I do, what do I do, what do I do?).
First Line: I leave you with a good-night kiss, then home I go to bed
Chorus: I get up ev'ry morning, what do I do, what do I do, what do I do, what do I do?
Music by: Lubin, Joe, and Eddie Lisbona.
Words by: Lubin, Joe, and Eddie Lisbona.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I got a gal in Galveston.
First Line: Sent a note to Parson Brown to say I'm comin' home
Chorus: I got a gal gal gal in Galveston, got a real true gal in Galveston
Music by: Williams, Johnny, and George Greene.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Republic Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I had it coming to me.
First Line: Do unto others as you'd have them do to you!
Chorus: I'm lonesome, unhappy, and blue as I can be, but I had it coming to me
Music by: Kapp, Bert.
Words by: Kapp, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I remember "Zinga-Zulu."
First Line: I met a lovely maiden on an island in the west
Chorus: I remember "Zinga Zulu" where I met my love one day
Music by: Newton, Al.
Words by: Newton, Al.
P/P/D: Mobile, AL : Al Newton, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wished for star.
First Line: I wished for a star, on a cloudy night, my heart was heavy you hadn't acted right
Chorus:
Music by: Wallo, Joseph F.
Words by: Amyx, Katherine.
P/P/D: Washington, D.C. : Wallo Music Publications, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wouldn't tell you a lie.
First Line: Somehow you always seem to doubt me, why do you treat me that way?
Chorus: I wouldn't tell you a lie, dear, and make a you feel lonely and blue
Music by: Mitchell, Charles, and Bill Sturdevant.
Words by: Mitchell, Charles, and Bill Sturdevant.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If only my heart could tell you.
First Line: If only my heart could have it's way, it would not conceal words of love that could convey
Chorus: Darling if only my heart could just tell you how much I long for your caresses each night
Music by: Walthall, Thayer.
Words by: Wayne, Sid, and Adam Gary.
P/P/D: New York : Wyner Music Publisher, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you could care.
First Line: When I'm alone I sit and dream, a dream of fairyland
Chorus: If you could care for me, as I could care for you
Music by: Darewski, Herman.
Words by: Wimperis, Arthur.
P/P/D: S.l. : Remick Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'll be in love with you [at head of title: (That's how long)].
First Line: Ev'ry now and then you seem to doubt me, doubt me when I whisper, "I love you"
Chorus: As long as there's a babbling brook, a lovely country lane
Music by: Quadling, Lew, Jon Steele, and Mac Maurada.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'll never cease to love you.
First Line: Don't walk on my dreams, dear, you'll break my heart in two, 'cause darlin' I'm in love with you
Chorus:
Music by: Anderson, Andy.
Words by: Anderson, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'll never have a chance with you again.
First Line: I don't think I'll ever have a chance with you again, I had my chance and let it get away
Chorus:
Music by: Faile, Tommy.
Words by: Faile, Tommy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: In a world of my own.
First Line: Cats and rabbits would reside in fancy little houses and be dressed in shoes and hats and trousers
Chorus:
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Productions, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Isn't he wonderful!
First Line: Isn't he wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, isn't he wonderful, wonderful
Chorus:
Music by: Starcher, Buddy.
Words by: Starcher, Buddy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It never will rain roses.
First Line: It never will rain roses while I'm in love with you, you made me cry a million times or more
Chorus:
Music by: Daume, Johnny.
Words by: Daume, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's a lovely day.
First Line:
Chorus: I heard the patter of your feet, as you came walking down the street
Music by: West, Roy.
Words by: Bowrin, Edwin J.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Melody Hall, Music Publishers, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's no use to pretend.
First Line: It's no use to pretend I don't love you the same, for in my heart I know I'd live a lie
Chorus:
Music by: Anderson, Andy.
Words by: Anderson, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's the little things.
First Line: It's the little things like calling on the phone it's the little things you do for me alone
Chorus:
Music by: Waner, Art, Ed. Weiner, and Hal Gold.
Words by: Waner, Art, Ed. Weiner, and Hal Gold.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Jonathan.
First Line: There is a little man called Jonathan there is a little man called Jonathan
Chorus: Hit the road, Jonathan hit the road, Jonathan
Music by: Parker, Gloria, and Barney Young.
Words by: Parker, Gloria, and Barney Young.
P/P/D: New York : Life Music, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Just a whisper.
First Line: You told me that you loved me, your lips and mine have met
Chorus:
Music by: Thomas, Robert.
Words by: Thomas, Robert.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Pub. Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Just reminiscing (still in love with you).
First Line: I put your fav'rite record, on the phonograph, and dim the lights the way we used to do
Chorus:
Music by: Harbin, Loraine C.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Encore Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Kiss me goodnight.
First Line: We've had a wonderful day, and we now have our good-nights to say
Chorus: Please kiss me good-night or you'll never get home til it's light
Music by: Fields, Harry.
Words by: O'Connor, Desmond.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Li'l Indian.
First Line: In the far away mountains the high Piutes there lived a little Indian he was mighty cute
Chorus:
Music by: Burnette, Smiley.
Words by: Burnette, Smiley.
P/P/D: Studio City, CA : Rancho Music Box, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Lookin' for my baby.
First Line: People say I haven't got a chance, that I'll never resurrect our old romance
Chorus: I'm lookin' for my baby, I've searched the whole town thru
Music by: Cord, Anthony.
Words by: Cord, Anthony.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Love is a beautiful thing.
First Line: I want someone I can call my own, call my own, call my own
Chorus:
Music by: Bellin, Lewis, Harvey Pearl, and Lee Pearl.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Porgie Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Maybe manana (somos diferentes).
First Line: Darling, don't you cry, love won't pass you by, maybe manna
Chorus:
Music by: Ruiz, Pablo Beltran.
Words by: Redmond, John.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Milkman polka.
First Line: Let us sing about a man that all of us would know
Chorus:
Music by: Rogers, Smokey, and Ossie Godson.
Words by: Rogers, Smokey, and Ossie Godson.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My loss is another man's gain.
First Line: Yes, I know I've been untrue and I've proved false to you
Chorus:
Music by: Shaw, Eddy.
Words by: Shaw, Eddy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My world is you.
First Line: I'm just half alive without you weary-in' the whole day through
Chorus:
Music by: Morris, Lee, and Jon Steele.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Need you.
First Line: I've been lonely too long maybe, dear, I've been wrong
Chorus: Need you oh, how I need you the nights are loney since we're apart
Music by: Blackburn, Johnny, "Teepee" Mitchell, and Lew Porter.
Words by: Blackburn, Johnny, "Teepee" Mitchell, and Lew Porter.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Choice Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A night in paradise.
First Line: It all started in the usual way a hug, a sigh and a kiss
Chorus: You're all the happiness I've ever known I dream'd that I'd possess
Music by: Sinatra, Sal., and Hugo E. Kaiser.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Wyner Music Publisher, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Night time's the right time.
First Line: Night time's the right time for thinkin' of love
Chorus:
Music by: Oakes, Bob, and Ruth Mackintosh.
Words by: Oakes, Bob, and Ruth Mackintosh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No mail today.
First Line: I heard an echo sound like my baby's voice to me
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Johnny.
Words by: Davis, Johnny.
P/P/D: Chicago : Walter Melrose Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No where, no time, no place.
First Line: You've run around, you've had your fun, but now your roaming days are done
Chorus: No where, no time, no place, my baby, y'aint ever gonna make a monkey out of me
Music by: Campbell, Cecil.
Words by: Campbell, Cecil.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: An old fashinoned wedding band.
First Line: I'd like to buy a wedding band, just like my mother use to wear
Chorus:
Music by: Dimmery, Ira.
Words by: Dimmery, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: One sweetheart too many.
First Line: You'll have one sweetheart too many, till there's no sweetheart at all
Chorus:
Music by: Parman, Cliff, Sherman Hayes, and Ray Lee.
Words by: Parman, Cliff, Sherman Hayes, and Ray Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Pretty girl.
First Line: I'm not very good with the big fancy words, no I'm not much of a poet
Chorus: Pretty girl, pretty girl, pretty girl, how I love you
Music by: Rielly, Albert.
Words by: Reilly, Albert.
P/P/D: New York : Taran Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The pumpernickel polka.
First Line: Get the gang together, let's all have some fun
Chorus: Fill it up! With a ham on pumpernickel, ham on pumpernickel
Music by: Glazer, Tom.
Words by: Glazer, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rabbits.
First Line: Getting old don't worry me my future is a cinch I'll have a million dollars to help me thru a pinch
Chorus:
Music by: Burnette, Smiley.
Words by: Burnette, Smiley.
P/P/D: Studio City, CA : Rancho Music, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Raindrops and teardrops.
First Line: Raindrops and teardrops couldn't help but start, 'cause you had to go and break my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Gluck, John.
Words by: Gluck, John.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rhythm of the chuck wagon wheels.
First Line: It's round up time the weather's fine, out on the lone prairie
Chorus: Listen to the rhythm of the chuck wagon wheels a turning
Music by: Howe, Don.
Words by: Howe, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: See Texas in the spring.
First Line: Most ev'rybody tells you that they would like to dwell, underneath a blue, friendly sky
Chorus: If you want a glimpse of paradise, listen close, I'll put you wise
Music by: Evans, Gene, John Mills, and Esther Ewald.
Words by: Evans, Gene, John Mills, and Esther Ewald.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: She wore a yellow ribbon.
First Line: 'Round her neck she wore a yellow ribbon, she wore it in the winter and the merry month of May
Chorus:
Music by: Ottner, M.
Words by: Parker, Leroy.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The shy little girl in the peek-a-boo hat.
First Line: It was a sunny, Sunday morning, while I was walking down the street
Chorus:
Music by: Methot, Phil, and Bill Cody.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Song Writer's Cooperative Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sit, sit, sit.
First Line: Some folks have ambitions to become a millionaire, to be a politician or a pilot in the air
Chorus: I wanna sit, sit, sit! I wanna keep relaxin'
Music by: Paisner, Ben.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Pace Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Soft lips.
First Line: Soft lips that feel so divine soft lips pressed close to mine
Chorus:
Music by: McCoy, Walt.
Words by: McCoy, Walt.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Someone like you.
First Line: I used to think that love and I were through, till out of nowhere you came into view
Chorus: Someone like you cures ev'rything gloomy
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Blane, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The streets of Laredo.
First Line: I was way, way down near the border roaming aimless and free
Chorus: I was just ramblin' through, through the streets of Laredo
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sui sin fa.
First Line: Just about a block boys, from the Burma Road, you can't find it on the map unless you got the code
Chorus: Oh, how she could sui sin fa how she could sui sin fa
Music by: Dees, Jad, and Henry Schelb.
Words by: Dees, Jad, and Henry Schelb.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Swiss Lullaby.
First Line: In Switzerland across the sea, they yodel all day long
Chorus: O-le-o-le o-le-ay, in a little Swiss chalet, you'll hear this sweet lullaby
Music by: Horton, Vaughn, and Harry Kogen.
Words by: Horton, Vaugh, Kogen.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Take that leash off of me.
First Line: You're a cold hearted person and you treat me like ice
Chorus:
Music by: Daffan, Tad.
Words by: Daffan, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Tell me why.
First Line: You made me learn to love, tell me why; you taught my eager heart to soar and fly
Chorus:
Music by: Hartmann, Maurie.
Words by: Gabler, Milt.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: To make you mine.
First Line: Millionaires can have their wealth and mansions
Chorus: To make you mine is all I live for to make you mineis my desire
Music by: Trace, Al, Ben Trace, and Vic Damon.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Turnabout is fair play.
First Line: Your promise to love me forever was just an empty word
Chorus: Turnabout is fair play, darlin' now it's my turn to play around
Music by: Trace, Al, Ben Trace, and Saxie Dowell.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Two cents, three eggs and a postcard.
First Line: Two cents, three eggs and a postcard is all that I have in the world
Chorus: Two cents, three eggs and a postcard is nothin' worth braggin' about
Music by: Barner, Doris, Mickey Barner, and Larry Vincent.
Words by: Barner, Doris, Mickey Barner, and Larry Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Vah sayer han?
First Line: The language of love, all the experts agree, is the same from Paree to Smolensk
Chorus: When Hilda arrived from Stockholm, Sweden, dressed in blue chiffon
Music by: Mahoney, Loyson, and Russ Baker.
Words by: Mahoney, Loyson, and Russ Baker.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: We both know (we'll love again).
First Line: I was passing by the old cathedral and the Angelus was ringing out a prayer
Chorus: We both know someday we will love again
Music by: Abbott, Lyman C.
Words by: Wilbur, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The wedding of Lilli Marlene.
First Line: Today I saw a wedding, of a girl so sweet and fair
Chorus: There were tears in the crowded congregation
Music by: Connor, Tommie, and Johnny Reine.
Words by: Connor, Tommie, and Johnny Reine.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Weddin' day.
First Line: I asked her paw if we couldn't wed and he said, you must be teched in the head
Chorus: Got a pig, got a cow, got a horse, and buggy now and soon be driving down the old highway
Music by: Hayes, Clancy, and Carl Kalash.
Words by: Hayes, Clancy, and Carl Kalash.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When I comb my hands through the sands of Texas.
First Line: Blow wind, blow wind, blow through my window, you bring back fond memories
Chorus: When I comb my hands through the sands of Texas, how lonesome I will be
Music by: West, Roy, Lenny Sanders, and Ernest Benedict.
Words by: West, Roy, Lenny Sanders, and Ernest Benedict.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When my baby double talks to me.
First Line: When my baby does her double talk to me then I get just as happy as I can be
Chorus:
Music by: Travis, Merle.
Words by: Travis, Merle.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Where do I go from here?
First Line:
Chorus: Where do I go from here? Now that we're apart, where do I go from here, sweetheart?
Music by: Steele, Jon, and Charles M. Leonard.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Who shot the hole in my sombrero?
First Line: I saw my friend Jose along the street one day, when suddenly a pistol shot rang out
Chorus: Who shot the hole in my sombrero? Who put the bullet thru the hat?
Music by: Leeds, Milton, and Billy Hayes.
Words by: Leeds, Milton, and Billy Hayes.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Whoa mule! (whoa! fool).
First Line: I climbed up on my old grey mule and headed into town
Chorus: I hollered, whoa, mule! whoa! fool
Music by: Schubert, Franz.
Words by: Schubert, Franz.
P/P/D: Fort Worth, TX : Franz Schubert Music Publisher, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Wrong number.
First Line: Wrong number, forgive me, do, I'm sorry I bothered you
Chorus:
Music by: McEnery, Dave (Red River Dave).
Words by: McEnery, Dave (Red River Dave).
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You gotta stay happy.
First Line:
Chorus: You gotta stay happy whatever you do. You gotta say happy and don't let trouble trouble you
Music by: Alexander, Dan.
Words by: Brooks, Jack.
P/P/D: Palisades, CA : Maydan Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You'll live and learn.
First Line: You'll live and learn, a heart can yearn to have someone to cling to
Chorus:
Music by: Gonzalo, Curiel.
Words by: Canton, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

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Title: Arrivederci (till we meet again).
First Line: Good-byes were meant for others but they're not for you and me
Chorus: Arrivederci, tell we meet again, tell me you'll be waiting and counting the hours till then
Music by: Rand, Kelly, and Jack Felice.
Words by: Rand, Kelly, and Jack Felice.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: As long as I live.
First Line: As long as I live I'll always love you as long as I live
Chorus:
Music by: Palermo, Joseph.
Words by: Palermo, Joseph.
P/P/D: La Grange, IL : Hartman & Van Horn Music Publications, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beloved one (dar blaklinten blommar) [at head of title: (Believe me)].
First Line: Some lovers keep concealing deepest of tender feeling
Chorus: Believe me, beloved one, it's you or it's no one
Music by: Ahlin, Ernfrid.
Words by: Ewert, Karl, and Sam Ward.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beneath the chinaberry tree.
First Line:
Chorus: Beneath the chinaberry tree down by the sea I saw you sail into the sun away from me
Music by: Douglas, Lew, King Laney, and Cliff Parman.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Blue Monday matinee.
First Line:
Chorus: My suit's all press'd; my shoes are shined; I'm gonna see the one that's on my mind
Music by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
Words by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Gershman & Goodman Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Calliope man.
First Line: Say, who's that down the midway in that circus band? Who's that man a-playin?'
Chorus: Oh! listen to the Calliope man a-playin' love songs
Music by: Goodwin, Stan, and Bernie Cummins.
Words by: Goodwin, Stan, and Bernie Cummins.
P/P/D: Columbus, OH : My-Bob Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cryin' over you.
First Line: You left me crying when you went away, I keep on trying, but there's nothing left to say
Chorus: Cryin' over you while you are laughing, laughing at the way I feel for you
Music by: Randall, Dick.
Words by: Randall, Dick.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Dream ship.
First Line: Darling, last night the earth disappeared, and heaven came into view
Chorus: We sailed in a dream ship, in a beautiful dream, in the heavens high and blue
Music by: Snell, Ethel.
Words by: Snell, Ethel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ethel Snell, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The earth and the sky (a magical wonderland).
First Line: The earth and the sky didn't thrill me till I saw what life had in store for me
Chorus:
Music by: Rox, John.
Words by: Rox, John.
P/P/D: New York : Rome Rox Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Easy to say.
First Line: Ev'ryone says that fate will be kind; and soon you'll be out of my dreams
Chorus: It's easy to say, "Forget about you," easy to say, but so hard to do
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Fire on the mountain!
First Line: When the city-bred folk, leave a still-burning smoke, on the pine needle covered terrain
Chorus:
Music by: Eugster, Carl, and Bill Cody.
Words by:
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Song Writer's Cooperative Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: For ev'ry kiss.
First Line: Some people like to gamble on horses or on cards
Chorus: For ev'ry kiss I'm paying with a teardrop, for ev'ry smile I'm paying with a sigh
Music by: Bohme, Dave.
Words by: Bohme, Dave.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams Vee & Abbott Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Forevermore.
First Line: Forevermore 'til stars fade in the sky, 'til birds no longer fly, 'til rivers all run dry
Chorus:
Music by: Rose, Marie.
Words by: Miele, Elizabeth.
P/P/D: New York : Television Song Productions, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Go 'way 'lasses.
First Line: When I sit down at the table, I find I've lost my appetite
Chorus: Go 'way 'lasses, you done lost your sweet taste, might as well skidoo
Music by: Henderson, Fletcher, Mildred Bell, Harry Bell, and Harry Glenn.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Superior Melodies Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Helegged hillegged.
First Line: Who started this silly patter? Nobody knows
Chorus: Piggy bom biggy said a higgy go diggy, a helegged hiledded hog
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Honey Dew you really love me true.
First Line: Oh just you Honey Dew do you really love me true you ask me
Chorus:
Music by: Kayluck, Alfred.
Words by: Kayluck, Alfred.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I almost lost my mind.
First Line: When I lost my baby I almost lost my mind
Chorus:
Music by: Hunter, Ivory Joe.
Words by: Hunter, Ivory Joe.
P/P/D: New York : St. Louis Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I got tookin (by a good, good-looking man).
First Line: Oh! I got tookin by a good, good-lookin' man, feller name of Dan
Chorus:
Music by: Elliott, Jack, and Harold Spina.
Words by: Elliott, Jack, and Harold Spina.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I hurt inside.
First Line:
Chorus: I hurt inside! It's that old heartache! I hurt inside! And you don't care!
Music by: Fortner, Red.
Words by: Fortner, Red.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbott Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I just heard the news.
First Line: I just heard the news about you, heard that you will soon be wed
Chorus:
Music by: Batchelor, John H.
Words by: Vandervoort, Paul, II.
P/P/D: Whitakers, NC : Oak Music Pub. Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I like that.
First Line: I like that isn't kissin' lots of fun? I like that, but we've only just begun
Chorus:
Music by: Worrell, Frank.
Words by: Worrell, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I look at you (a t'regarder).
First Line: I look at you, and my eyes must admire, all that you show of desire.
Chorus:
Music by: Constantin, Jean.
Words by: Aznavour, Charles, and Rainey Robinson.
P/P/D: New York : Zodiac Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you could love me.
First Line: If you could love me forever, dear, then heav'n above me would be so near
Chorus:
Music by: Kogen, Harry.
Words by: Baker, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you've got the money I've got the time.
First Line: If you've got the money I've got the time, we'll go honky tonkin' and we'll have a time
Chorus:
Music by: Frizzell, Lefty, and Jim Beck.
Words by: Frizzell, Lefty, and Jim Beck.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'm a big red fire engine.
First Line: I'm a big red fire engine, and I clang, clang, clang, as I roll along
Chorus:
Music by: Martin, Cliff.
Words by: Martin, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I've got the craziest feeling.
First Line: I've got the craziest feeling, I guess it's cause I'm losing you
Chorus:
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Jack in the box.
First Line: I want a sweetheart who's always there; not one who vanishes into air
Chorus: You're just like a Jack in the box; you keep popping up in all my dreams
Music by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
Words by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
P/P/D: K ansas City, MO : Gershman & Goodman Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Just a handful of mem'ries.
First Line: Once the time was I would cry, you'd wipe away my tears
Chorus: Handful of mem'ries and a heart full of dreams
Music by: Barber, Jimmy, and Nina P. Provow.
Words by:
P/P/D: North Carolina : Oak Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Kansas waltz.
First Line: Roamin' the plains, that's where my heart remains, under the Kansas skies
Chorus: For the land of my dreams is a prairie that gleams, where life has a flavor and zest
Music by: Redmond, Howard.
Words by: Hiler, Charlotte.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Mambo jambo.
First Line: Do the mambo, do the mambo, mambo jambo jambo
Chorus:
Music by: Prado, Perez.
Words by: Karl, Raymond, and Charlie Towne.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The man in the moon.
First Line: I've got the man in the moon on my side, he knows me inside outside
Chorus:
Music by: Morehead, Jim, and Jimmy Cassin.
Words by: Morehead, Jim, and Jimmy Cassin.
P/P/D: New York : Autograph Recording & Publishing Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Me and my teddy bear.
First Line: In the house next door to me, a little boy lives there
Chorus: Me and my teddy bear have no worries, have no care!
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Winters, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Mutual Music Society Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The meaning of a lonely heart.
First Line:
Chorus: Though you brought me a love that taught me the meaning of a lonely heart
Music by: Nolan, Kathleen.
Words by: Peterson, Betty.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My Gypsy caravan.
First Line: Gypsy, your dark eyes ever smiling, precious one, your sweet image is enshrined in my heart
Chorus: With my quaint and charming Gypsy caravan, thru my Romany the cool stream flows
Music by: Ketya, Bennya.
Words by: Soul, Sidney.
P/P/D: S.l. : L. C. Snyder Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: New panhandle rag.
First Line: I was rambling through a Texas border town, just another guy with plenty of time
Chorus:
Music by: McAuliffe, Leon.
Words by: Pierce, Webb.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No other love.
First Line: No other love can warm my heart now that I've known the comfort of your arms
Chorus:
Music by: Russell, Bob, and Paul Weston.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No! No! Don't ring those bells (I don't wanna get married).
First Line: I'd rather live a single life until the day I die
Chorus: No! No! Don't ring those bells! No! No! Don't ring those bells!
Music by: Alexander, Richard.
Words by: Alexander, Richard.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Oh, yes! I do!
First Line:
Chorus: I know it's daring but I keep on sharing my dreams of you, oh, yes! I do!
Music by: Paul, Monte.
Words by: Paul, Monte.
P/P/D: New York : Dubonnet Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: One year ago.
First Line: It does not seem so long ago, that underneath, the twilight glow
Chorus: One a year ago I heard you say, "I fell in love this very day"
Music by: Martin, Jessie Mae, and John Bava.
Words by: Martin, Jessie Mae, and John Bava.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The peddler's serenade.
First Line: There's a peddler comes to our house with such wonderful bargains to sell
Chorus: She-mo-lee-she-wan-na, she-mo-lee-she-wan-na, whatcha gonna buy today?
Music by: Eaton, Jimmu, J. J. Corvo, and Paul McGrane.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Star Songs, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The place where I worship (is the wide open spaces).
First Line:
Chorus: Oh the place where I worship is the wide open spaces, built by the hand of the Lord!
Music by: Goodhart, Al.
Words by: Tarr, Florence, and Fay Foster.
P/P/D: New York : A B C Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A rainy day refrain [at head of title: (Dadim dadom, dadim dadom)].
First Line: Rain on the roof, the weather is gray, it's a wonderful day
Chorus: Da-dim da-dom, da-dim da-dom, da-dim, da-dom, da-dim da-dom, I'm dreamin' to the rhythm of the rain
Music by: Gaze, Heino.
Words by: Maschwitz, Eric.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Schaeffers Musikverlag, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Red River Polka.
First Line: Toss your cares by the way, let us sing, let's be gay, let us sing and dance the polka
Chorus:
Music by: Caron, Allan.
Words by: Caron, Allan.
P/P/D: Winnipeg, Canada : Mello-Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Say it again and again.
First Line: I never get tired of hearing you say, "I love you, I love you my dear"
Chorus: Say it again and again; say those words that I long to hear
Music by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
Words by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Gershman & Goodman Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Somebody's crying.
First Line: Somebody's crying over me somewhere, somebody's heart is blue
Chorus:
Music by: Wilson, Andy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A song for you.
First Line: I looked for something to give that would last as long as we live
Chorus:
Music by: Copeland, Bill, and The Harmonaires.
Words by: Copeland, Bill, and The Harmonaires.
P/P/D: Columbus, OH : My-Bob Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sugar sweet.
First Line: Sugar sweet are your kisses, sugar sweet honey kisses
Chorus:
Music by: Quadling, Lew.
Words by: Elliott, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Te ame (I loved you).
First Line: I still recall the night we met, your smiling face, that sweet embrace
Chorus: Te ame my heart repeats it night and day it is the only way I say I loved you
Music by: Bonacio, Bennie.
Words by: West, Eugene, and Charro Gil.
P/P/D: New York : Melomusic Publications, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: We don't need moonlight or music.
First Line:
Chorus: We don't need moonlight or music, we don't need champagne or wine
Music by: Walz, Jean.
Words by: Snell, Ethel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ethel Snell, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When the ice-worms nest again.
First Line: There's a husky dusky maiden in the arctic, in her igloo she's waitin' there in vain
Chorus: In the land of the pale blue snow, where it's ninety-nine below
Music by: Symington, Mona, Marion Williamson, and Joyce Kolgan.
Words by: Symington, Mona, Marion Williamson, and Joyce Kolgan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When we're dancing.
First Line:
Chorus: When we're dancing, I'm dancing on air, and dancing on air with you is truly ecstasy
Music by: Meyer, Don, Elise Bretton, and Sherman Edwards.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Judson Music Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Willow, will you weep for me? (die fischerin vom Bodensee).
First Line: Willow, will you weep for me? Willow will you weep for me?
Chorus:
Music by: Winkler, Franz.
Words by: Manning, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The wishing well.
First Line: They say there's a fable, a story that never could be
Chorus: Once I wandered down a lane, across a hill and thru a dell
Music by: King, Mildred, Henry Jerome, and Bennie Bonacio.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Melomusic Publications Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Yea-Boo!
First Line: I know a tavern in our town, Yea! But today they closed it down. Boo!
Chorus: Yea-boo! Yea-boo! It's lots of fun to do
Music by: Kassel, Art.
Words by: Kassel, Art, and Mann Curtis.
P/P/D: New York : ABC Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

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Title: All in the golden afternoon.
First Line: Little bread and butterflies kiss the tulips, and the sun is like a toy balloon
Chorus:
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Baby, please be good to me.
First Line: I crossed the ocean wide, just to be here by your side
Chorus:
Music by: Shea, Kathleen, and Steve Callahan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Godell Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Do?
First Line: Do you please me? Do you tease me? Do you squeeze me?
Chorus:
Music by: Shea, Kathleen, and Steve Callahan.
Words by: Shea, Kathleen, and Steve Callahan.
P/P/D: New York : Godell Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Eleanor.
First Line: Ever since I first met Eleanor, she showered me with hugs and kisses galore
Chorus: Eleanor, Eleanor, open up-a open up-a won't you please open up-a da door.
Music by: Paone, Nicola.
Words by: Paone, Nicola.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Give a broken heart a break.
First Line: Give a broken heart a break or someday you may find someone holding your heart
Chorus:
Music by: Winter, A.
Words by: Morgan, D.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Guild Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Guess I'll be playin' the field (from now on).
First Line:
Chorus: Guess I'll be playin' the field, from now on
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I have faith in you.
First Line: No matter what I'm told or what I hear, or what some people whisper in my ear
Chorus:
Music by: Weiss, George, and Ken Macomber.
Words by: Weiss, George, and Ken Macomber.
P/P/D: New York : Wise Music Publications, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wanna say hello!
First Line: I wanna say hello! I wanna see you smile! I wanna hold you in my arms again!
Chorus:
Music by: MacDonald, Jimmy.
Words by: Hoffman, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wish I had never seen sunshine.
First Line: Once we were so happy, our future so bright
Chorus: I wish I had never seen sunshine, I wish I had never seen blue
Music by: Roberts, Johnnie, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Roberts, Johnnie, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wish you all the luck in the world.
First Line: I thought love like ours would live forever, never dreamed we'd part some day
Chorus: I wish you all the luck in the world, I mean it, with all my heart
Music by: Hill, Wes, and Frances Wallace.
Words by: Hill, Wes, and Frances Wallace.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'm not so lucky after all.
First Line: Well, maybe I'm not so lucky after all, because it seems each time I fall everything goes wrong
Chorus:
Music by: Stallings, Laurelle, and John H. Batchelor.
Words by: Stallings, Laurelle, and John H. Batchelor.
P/P/D: Whitakers, NC : Oak Music Publishing Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Let's live a little.
First Line: Take your little lips and kiss me, take your little arms and squeeze me
Chorus:
Music by: Coletharp, Ruth E.
Words by: Coletharp, Ruth E.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Lonesome whistle.
First Line: I was ridin' number nine, headin' south from Caroline
Chorus:
Music by: Williams, Hank, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Williams, Hank, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Jimmie Davis Music Corp., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Looking for a bluebird.
First Line: Looking for a bluebird, one small bluebird, ev'ry one is looking on his own
Chorus:
Music by: Selden, Albert.
Words by: Shevelove, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Ma! My toys are broken.
First Line: When Christmas morning comes around the kids all rush to play
Chorus: Ma! My toys are broken ev'rything I got for Christmas is a wreck
Music by: Jacobs, Adrian.
Words by: Jacobs, Adrian.
P/P/D: New York : Melomusic Pub. Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Maria Bonita.
First Line: The stars were low over Mexico and my heart beat so when I saw my Maria Bonita
Chorus:
Music by: Lara, Agustin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Perfectly.
First Line: Seems I've just found out what true love is about
Chorus: It's elementary, just like the A-B-C, that you and I agree perfectly
Music by: Paris, Joan, and Harvey Lawrence.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Godell Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Pickin' em up and puttin' em down.
First Line: Went down to see my gal last night, it was awful dark, didn't have no light
Chorus: Just pickin' 'em up and puttin' 'em down, I never stopped to look around
Music by: Perry, Owen.
Words by: Perry, Owen.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Poppy the puppy.
First Line: There are pups and pups and dogs and dogs, they're all nice you'll agree
Chorus: Poppy the puppy lives right in Santa Claus town
Music by: Johnston, Tommy.
Words by: Johnston, Tommy.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Riding the Wabash Road.
First Line: Choo, choo, choo, rhythm choo, choo, choo, choo, choo, choo, rhythm
Chorus: I hear the old whistle blowing, she's running right on time
Music by: Elsmo, Cy.
Words by: Elsmo, Cy.
P/P/D: Racine, WI : Elsmo Brothers Publishers, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rose of the mountain.
First Line: On a mountain 'way up high where the tree tops kiss the sky
Chorus: Rose of the mountain I'm waiting for you tonight, oh-le, oh-le, oh-le, oh-le-ay
Music by: Lang, Hans.
Words by: Rollins, Jack, and Frances Kane.
P/P/D: Beverly Hills : Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Still waters run deep.
First Line:
Chorus: The long day is hot when you're ridin', and at night when I lay down to sleep
Music by: Morgan, D., and Bruce Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Guild Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Twas brillig.
First Line: 'Twas brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe
Chorus:
Music by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
Words by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Yodlers waltz.
First Line: Bluebird! Sing to me 'cause my heart is free as I hear the yodlers waltz
Chorus:
Music by: Carr, Cy.
Words by: Carr, Cy.
P/P/D: Winnipeg, Canada : Mello-Music Publishing Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You have to have love.
First Line: You have to have love no matter what else you have you have to have love
Chorus:
Music by: Selden, Albert.
Words by: Fetter, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You're somebody else's sweetheart.
First Line:
Chorus: You're somebody else's sweetheart, you're somebody else's thrill
Music by: Motola, George, and Charles Cleek.
Words by: Motola, George, and Charles Cleek.
P/P/D: New York : Fanmar Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

____________________ 1952____________________

Title: At last! At last!
First Line:
Chorus: At last, at last, you're in my arms, you're in my arms where you should be
Music by: Trenet, Charles.
Words by: Miles, Florence.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Be sure to write today.
First Line: When I'm away the sky is sad and gray; so please don't wait, be sure to write today
Chorus:
Music by: Wellbaum, Paul Witt, and John William Miller.
Words by: Wellbaum, Paul Witt, and John William Miller.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Beautiful heaven.
First Line: There's a beautiful city in glory, it's far above the sky
Chorus: Oh, this beautiful, beautiful heaven, with it's beautiful streets of gold
Music by: Wallace, Roy "Scrubboard," Lula Manford, and Pearl Clark.
Words by: Wallace, Roy "Scrubboard," Lula Manford, and Pearl Clark.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Ind. : Hoosier Music Publications, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Billy Boy Bill.
First Line: I searched in the valley, I climbed up the hill
Chorus: Billy Billy boy Billy, I miss you tonight; Billy, without you it's just not the same
Music by: Giasson, Paul E.
Words by: Warren, Eddie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The blacksmith blues.
First Line:
Chorus: Down in ol' Kentucky the horseshoes are lucky
Music by: Holmes, Jack.
Words by: Holmes, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Bright eyes.
First Line: Last night I went out to a gay cabaret, just out of the city and off the highway
Chorus: Bright eyes, bright eyes, give me the love in your bright eyes
Music by: Sherman, Robert.
Words by: Sherman, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Come back my love.
First Line: Come back, my love you're so divine, bring back the moment so sublime
Chorus:
Music by: Beer, Alex.
Words by: Beer, Alex.
P/P/D: New York : I. Whittemore Music Publisher, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Dear lady.
First Line: Last night the sky was a different blue, brighter than ever before
Chorus: Dear lady, I've come back to you, to thank you, for you heard my prayer
Music by: Santosuosso, Vin, Ed Cronin, and Becky Lind.
Words by: Santosuosso, Vin, Ed Cronin, and Becky Lind.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Ev'rything depends on you.
First Line: Ev'rything depends on you, my darling, you're my guiding star from up above
Chorus:
Music by: Oldsen, C., F. Dailey, and W. Dailey.
Words by: Oldsen, C., F. Dailey, and W. Dailey.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Fifteen miles from Dallas.
First Line: I'm fifteen miles from Dallas, and I'm headin' that way
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, and Slim Harbert.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, and Slim Harbert.
P/P/D: New York : Jimmie Davis Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Goin' on a hayride.
First Line: I've got the wagon, a driver for the wagon, but the driver of the wagon we could do without
Chorus: Why don't you come along? We're goin' on a hayride, it's gonna be a gay ride
Music by: Blane, Ralph.
Words by: Blane, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Ralph Blane, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Goober peas.
First Line: Sitting by the roadside on a summer's day, he chatting with my messmates, passing time away
Chorus: Peas, peas, peas, peas, eating goober peas; goodness, how delicious, eating goober peas
Music by: Ives, Burl.
Words by: Ives, Burl.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Goog oog boog.
First Line: Far away in old New Mexico, injun loves a Kickapoo maiden so
Chorus: Goog oog boog, goog oog boog, injun talk for "I love you"
Music by: Payne, Harry.
Words by: Payne, Harry.
P/P/D: Sacramento, CA : Le Bam Music Publications & Enterprises, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Gotta go weedin'.
First Line: There was a weed, was a weed in the garden, choking my flower my flower of love
Chorus: Gotta go weedin', a weedin', a weedin' I gotta go weedin'
Music by: Wilkin, Bob, and Art Czech.
Words by: Wilkin, Bob, and Art Czech.
P/P/D: New York : Gala Music Publishing Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Hambone.
First Line:
Chorus: Hambone, hambone, where you been? Round the world and back again
Music by: Saunders, Red, and Leon Washington.
Words by: Saunders, Red, and Leon Washington.
P/P/D: New York : Rush Music Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: How much will I miss you?
First Line:
Chorus: How much will I miss you, how much will I cry?
Music by: Desmo.
Words by: Desmo.
P/P/D: New York : R. P. D. Music Publishing Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I cried again.
First Line: Tear drops fell the night you said, "I love you, dear," and you were wed
Chorus:
Music by: Inman, Autry.
Words by: Inman, Autry.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I don't mind.
First Line:
Chorus: I don't mind the spring time, I don't mind the fall
Music by: Corn, David, Jr.
Words by: Grean, Charles, and David Corn, Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I never knew.
First Line: Sometimes I'm feeling so happy, but sometimes I'm very sad
Chorus: Never knew how much I'd long to hold you tight
Music by: Covais, Jack.
Words by: Covais, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Juke Box Alley Music Publishers, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I'll be lovin' you then.
First Line: See the pretty baby playin' in the sand, twenty more years and he'll be a man
Chorus:
Music by: McEnery, Dave.
Words by: McEnery, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Co. Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I'm going back to Birmingham.
First Line:
Chorus: Hey, when that train starts to rollin' through the hills of Tennessee
Music by: Murphy, Chuck.
Words by: Murphy, Chuck.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: It must be spring.
First Line: When autumn rains appear, this I have found, frost on the panes appear
Chorus: When birds appear upon the scene it must be spring (must be!)
Music by: Blane, Ralph.
Words by: Blane, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Just a sunny smile.
First Line: When I'm good and blue, the only cure I know is to coax a smile from you
Chorus: Just a sunny smile from you, just a little hug or two
Music by: King, Walter.
Words by: Briggs, Rosella.
P/P/D: Springfield, MA : Ethelbert Music Associates, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Just for you.
First Line: Once a gypsy fortune teller told me I would find a new love
Chorus: Just for you and you alone dear, I surrender all I own, dear
Music by: de Curtis, E.
Words by: Taylor, Sy.
P/P/D: New York : David Gornston, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Little did we know.
First Line: Little did we know, the day we said hello, that you'd be the one for me
Chorus:
Music by: Fadden, Peter.
Words by: Terry, Matt.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Madrid.
First Line: When a troubador is singing, "Yo te quiero," senorita listens from her balcony
Chorus: Madrid, Madrid, Madrid, I'll always love that city of amor
Music by: Lara, Agustin.
Words by: Gamse, Albert.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Milk bucket boogie.
First Line: Now, ev'ry mornin' 'bout five o'clock, the old 'larm clock says wake up, doc
Chorus: It's milk bucket boogie (milk bucket boogie) it's wonderful sound (it's a wonderful sound)
Music by: Shipley, Reece, and W. G. Murray.
Words by: Shipley, Reece, and W. G. Murray.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Publishers, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: La mona.
First Line: Con la mona pa' ca' pa' ca' pa' lla'
Chorus: Con la mona pa' ca' yo guie-ro bai-lar
Music by: Landestoy, Rafael (Bullumba).
Words by: Landestoy, Rafael (Bullumba).
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: My heart belongs to only you.
First Line:
Chorus: My heart belongs to only you, I've never loved as I love you
Music by: Daniels, Frank, and Dorothy Daniels.
Words by: Daniels, Frank, and Dorothy Daniels.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: No, no, brother, not me (I ain't the man).
First Line: Songs are written about love ev'ry day and I'm sick and tired of all the jive they say
Chorus: When it comes to workin' hard when the sun is burnin'
Music by: Mosley, Leo Snub.
Words by: Mosley, Leo Snub.
P/P/D: New York : David Gornston, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Our heart breaking waltz.
First Line: The dance that we started so gay and light hearted brought tears when we parted
Chorus:
Music by: Prosen, Sidney.
Words by: Prosen, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Village Music Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Pretty bride (sew, sew, sew, sew).
First Line: Mama's busy buzzing 'round the blushing bride, time for weeping when the knot is tied
Chorus: Sew, sew, sew, sew, pretty bride, ply the neddle on your gown so white
Music by: Manning, Dick, Emil Stern, and Eddie Barclay.
Words by: Manning, Dick, Emil Stern, and Eddie Barclay.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Rainbow eyes.
First Line:
Chorus: How I idolize her little rainbow eyes, with my little darlin' I just sympathize
Music by: Reed, Don, and Jack Patton.
Words by: Reed, Don, and Jack Patton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Raindrops (wait a little while).
First Line: In a litttle walk-up flat down in New York town, a worried bride look'd at the sky
Chorus: Raindrops! Raindrops! Wait a little while, please, I want the sun to stay
Music by: Zeigler, Grace.
Words by: Betz, Mabel Hobson.
P/P/D: Sacramento, CA : Le Bam Music Productions & Enterprises, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Retreat (cries my heart).
First Line: Retreat, retreat, retreat cries my heart
Chorus: Retreat, retreat, retreat, cries my heart
Music by: Farnsworth, Nancy, Tommy Furtado, and Anita Boyer.
Words by: Farnsworth, Nancy, Tommy Furtado, and Anita Boyer.
P/P/D: New York : Porgie Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Scrap of paper.
First Line: A scrap of paper, three simple words you wrote, good-bye, my darling
Chorus:
Music by: Prosen, Sidney.
Words by: Prosen, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Village Music Company, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The sweetheart serenade.
First Line:
Chorus: First you take the tune the hummin' birds are hummin'
Music by: Roberts, Ruth, Gene Piller, Bill Katz, and C. A. Rossi.
Words by: Roberts, Ruth, Gene Piller, Bill Katz, and C. A. Rossi.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Ten Swedes.
First Line: Ten Swedes met in Brooklyn, a more congenial lot never gathered in one spot
Chorus: They had one drink, they hollered, skoal! And then the ten Swedes shool hands all around
Music by: Landt, Karl, and Dan Landt.
Words by: Kay, Mack H.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: That ever lovin' rag.
First Line: Gee, but it's entrancin' that ever lovin' rag
Chorus:
Music by: Byron, Walter.
Words by: Greggory, David.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: That's what your kiss did to me.
First Line: Walking around with my feet on the ground, but I never notice the crowds
Chorus:
Music by: Felt, Richard N. (Dick).
Words by: Canto, Emil.
P/P/D: La Grange, IL : Hartmann & Van Horn Music Pub. Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Toyland jamboree.
First Line:
Chorus: There's lots of joy for ev'ry girl and boy where all the fun is free
Music by: Felt, Richard N. (Dick).
Words by: Canto, Emil.
P/P/D: La Grange, IL : Hartmann & Van Horn Music Publishing Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Waltzing with a memory.
First Line: While the music plays songs of happy days, then I'm waltzing with a memory
Chorus:
Music by: Shelly, Dee, Bernie Wayne, and Marty Reide.
Words by: Shelly, Dee, Bernie Wayne, and Marty Reide.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: What you don't know of love (could fill the deep blue sea).
First Line: Oh, I'd cross the deepest ocean to follow where you go
Chorus:
Music by: Spector, Abner, and Don Marcotte.
Words by: Spector, Abner, and Don Marcotte.
P/P/D: New York : Republic Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: What's it gonna get you?
First Line: I don't suppose, that any one knows, my baby's in love with me
Chorus: What's it gonna get you? Playing aroun?'
Music by: Covais, Jack.
Words by: Covais, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Juke Box Alley Music Publishers, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: When you surrender.
First Line:
Chorus: Heaven's not so far, when you surrender. Take me in your arms and hold me tight
Music by: Battaglia, Ted, Larry Cummings, and Tom Fontanella.
Words by: Battaglia, Ted, Larry Cummings, and Tom Fontanella.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Wise little echo.
First Line: Oh, the moon was bright and the night was still, as I walked alone up to echo hill
Chorus: Wise little echo, please answer me, should I go to his side or forget him?
Music by: Coleman, Dave.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Wond'ring 'bout you.
First Line:
Chorus: Oh, I'm wond'ring 'bout you all the day through, and I'd like to know where you are
Music by: Zeigler, Faler Betz.
Words by: Zeigler, Faler Betz.
P/P/D: Sacramento, CA : Le Bam Music Publications & Enterprises, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: You gave me everything but love.
First Line: You gave me your lips to caress and left me the blues I possess
Chorus:
Music by: Wilhite, Monte.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1953____________________

Title: As long as I'm, dreaming.
First Line: As long as I'm dreaming, you'll be in my arms, dear
Chorus:
Music by: Horton, Vaughn.
Words by: Horton, Vaughn.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Crazy man, crazy.
First Line: Crazy man, crazy, crazy man, crazy crazy man, crazy oh man that music's gone
Chorus: Go! go! go, ev'rybody, go! go! go, ev'rybody, go! go!
Music by: Haley, Bill.
Words by:
P/P/D: Philadelphia, PA : Eastwick Music Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Crowin' Easter Bunny.
First Line: I know what I'd like to have for Easter, a bunny that crows just like a rooster
Chorus:
Music by: Douglas, Larry, and Nelson Glover.
Words by: Douglas, Larry, and Nelson Glover.
P/P/D: New York : Mellow Music Publishing Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: For the first time in a long time.
First Line: For the first time in a long time, you're in my arms once again
Chorus:
Music by: Varnick, Ted, and John Nagy.
Words by: Varnick, Ted, and John Nagy.
P/P/D: New York : Jose Ferrer Music Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I'd give a million yesterdays (for just one tommorrow with you).
First Line: I'd give a milliion yesterdays, for just one tomorrow with you
Chorus:
Music by: Iavallo, Antone.
Words by: Elliott, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I'm in love with a guy.
First Line: I'm in love with a guy who loves somebody else I don't know what to do but to dream
Chorus:
Music by: Miethe, Millicent.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Loreli Music Publishers, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: It's written in the stars.
First Line: It's written in the stars, that you're the one for me, our love was meant to be
Chorus:
Music by: Horton, Vaughn.
Words by: Horton, Vaugh.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Just married.
First Line:
Chorus: If I seem a little daffy, it's because I'm so happy, got a whole lot of joy in my life
Music by: Collins, Tommy.
Words by: Collins, Tommy.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Central Songs Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Melancolie.
First Line: Melancolie, the day is ending, just like the last, at last it's done
Chorus:
Music by: Romans, Al.
Words by: Dudan, Pierre, and Richard Blake.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The rest of my life.
First Line: I'll spend the rest of my life making you happy, I'll spend the rest if my life making you glad
Chorus:
Music by: Wayne, Bernie, and Jim Tennyson.
Words by: Wayne, Bernie, and Jim Tennyson.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Two Easter Sunday sweethearts.
First Line:
Chorus: The folks in town will all start talking, when arm in arm they see me walking
Music by: Connor, Tommie, and Kay Anderson.
Words by: Connor, Tommie, and Kay Anderson.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: You all come (y'all come).
First Line: When you live in the country, ev'rybody is your neighbor, on this one thing you can rely
Chorus: Y'all come, (y'all come), y'all come (ya'll come), oh, y'all come to see us when you can
Music by: Duff, Arlie.
Words by:
P/P/D: Los Angeles, CA : Starrite Publishing Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1954____________________

Title: Don't go to strangers.
First Line:
Chorus: Build your dreams to the stars above but when you need someone true to love, don't go to strangers
Music by: Kent, Arthur, and Dave Mann.
Words by: Evans, Redd.
P/P/D: New York : Jefferson Music Co. Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Everything depends on you.
First Line:
Chorus: If the sun shines or it rains, life is joy or if it's pain, ev'rything depends on you
Music by: Dickerson, Dub.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Central Songs Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I saw a man.
First Line: Last night I dreamed an angel came; he took my hand, he called my name
Chorus: He said, "If I be lifted up, I'll draw all men to me"
Music by: Smith, Arthur.
Words by: Smith, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Lynn Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Santa Marta.
First Line: If the moon is beaming down and looking gay as a clown, you'll know that you're in the town of Santa Marta
Chorus:
Music by: Nobile, Eugenio.
Words by: Nobile, Eugenio, and Ervin Drake.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The things I didn't do.
First Line:
Chorus: I never said, I love you, as I should have done
Music by: Jay, Fred, Irving Reid, and Ira Kosloff.
Words by: Jay, Fred, Irving Reid, and Ira Kosloff.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1955____________________

Title: Adorable.
First Line: Adorable, adorable, adorable, adorable, baby! You're adorable, you're sweet as can be
Chorus:
Music by: Ram, Buck.
Words by: Ram, Buck.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Are you satisfied?
First Line:
Chorus: Are you satisfied really satisfied, with the new love that came your way?
Music by: Wooley, Sheb, and Homer Escamilla.
Words by: Wooley, Sheb, and Homer Escamilla.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cordial Music, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Bella (beautiful).
First Line:
Chorus: Bella my heart is blue and lonely, you are my happiness
Music by: Costa, Joe.
Words by: Velardi, Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Meyers Publishing Co., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Bonjour tristesse.
First Line: Bonjour tristesse! Bonjour tristesse means "Good-morning, sadness!"
Chorus:
Music by: Ruccione, Mario.
Words by: Thorn, George.
P/P/D: Milan : S. A. Edizioni Subini Zerboni, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Even then.
First Line: When the sun no longer lights the day when the moon stops coming into view
Chorus:
Music by: Barrett, Rho, Harold Danziger, Edward R. White, and Mack Wolfson.
Words by: Barrett, Rho, Harold Danziger, Edward R. White, and Mack Wolfson.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Get that golden key.
First Line:
Chorus: Get that golden key, get that golden key, get that golden key and open up your heart
Music by: Russell, Lee, and Al Rainy.
Words by: Russell, Lee, and Al Rainy.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The great pretender.
First Line: Oh, yes, I'm the great pretender, pretendin' I'm doin' well
Chorus:
Music by: Ram, Buck.
Words by: Ram, Buck.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Headin' home.
First Line: I'll walk in the sunshine, I'll walk in the rain, but I'll walk alone, for I'm headin' home to you
Chorus:
Music by: Ram, Buck.
Words by: Ram, Buck.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Heartaches and tears.
First Line: You have promised me to love and be true and said that forever it would be
Chorus: You are on my mind no matter what I do, it will be that way through all the years
Music by: Coppolino, Joseph.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Company, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Hey you (shoo-bee-oo-bee).
First Line: (Hey you) Shoo-bee-oo-bee, (hey you) shoo-bee-oo
Chorus:
Music by: Paul, Lynn.
Words by: Paul, Lynn.
P/P/D: New York : Pera Music Corp., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I had to lose you to love you.
First Line: I had to lose you to love you. How could I have been so blind?
Chorus:
Music by: Adams, Kurt.
Words by: Engvick, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Gale and Gayles Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I hear you knocking.
First Line: You went away and left me long time ago now you come knockin' at my door
Chorus:
Music by: Bartholomew, Dave, and Pearl King.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Commodore Music Corp., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I'm lonesome for you.
First Line: I miss you, darlin', more than you know my arms are empty, and I need you so
Chorus:
Music by: Dodds, Eve.
Words by: Dodds, Eve.
P/P/D: Greencastle, Indiana : Dodds Music Publishing Co., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The lady in lace.
First Line: There's a small cafe down Havana way, it's a bright and gay romantic place
Chorus:
Music by: Arneth, Marguerite, Lanny Grey, and Dewey Bergman.
Words by: Arneth, Marguerite, Lanny Grey, and Dewey Bergman.
P/P/D: New York : Orange Music Publishers, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Lonely street.
First Line: Ev'ry street's a lonely street, now that I'm walkin' alone
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Murry.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Murry.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Lullaby lady in slumbertime town.
First Line: Lullaby in slumbertime town sing me a hullaby tune.
Chorus:
Music by: Carson, Jenny Lou.
Words by: Carson, Jenny Lou.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Pub. Co, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: My bewildered heart.
First Line:
Chorus: What shall I do, my bewildered heart?
Music by: Springer, Philip, Joan Javits, and Hans Zeeman.
Words by: Springer, Philip, Joan Javits, and Hans Zeeman.
P/P/D: New York : Wheiss & Barry Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Nobody's arms.
First Line:
Chorus: There's nobody's arms, nobody's arms around me
Music by: Wayne, Bernie, and E. H. Jay.
Words by: Wayne, Bernie, and E. H. Jay.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Pepper-hot baby.
First Line: I know you're mad cause I was wrong but that's no reason to say so long!
Chorus:
Music by: Evelyn, Alicia.
Words by: Evelyn, Alicia.
P/P/D: New York : Sheldon Music Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Puppy love.
First Line: When you're young, it may seem humorous, but to you, love's very serious
Chorus:
Music by: Covais, Jack.
Words by: Franzen, Morjorie.
P/P/D: New York : Juke Box Alley, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Rollin tide.
First Line: This life rolled by like a rollin' tide just rollin' on to the other side
Chorus: We're rollin' home like a rollin' tide
Music by: Tester, Smith M., and Ray Langham.
Words by: Tester, Smith M., and Ray Langham.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Blue Jay Songs, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Rubberlegs (the knock-kneed monkey).
First Line:
Chorus: When Santa rides out on his sleigh, to bring you toys for Christmas day
Music by: Connor, Tommie.
Words by: Connor, Tommie.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Sayonara - Goodbye (Japanese farewell).
First Line: Far away in old Japan a Yankee boy, met a lovely 'Zuka girl who brought him joy
Chorus: Sayonara, sweetheart mine, good-bye
Music by: Arneth, Maguerite, and Lanny Grey.
Words by: Arneth, Maguerite, and Lanny Grey.
P/P/D: New York : Orange Music Publishers, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The Wallflower (dance with me Henry).
First Line: Hey baby! What do I have to do? To make a hit with you
Chorus: Dance with me Henry, all right baby, dance with me Henry, don't mean maybe
Music by: Rogers, JamesEtta, and Phyliss Otis.
Words by: Rogers, James Etta, and Phyliss Otis.
P/P/D: New York : Modern Music Publishing Co., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: When the church bells ring.
First Line: When the church bells ring on Sunday, and the church doors open wide
Chorus:
Music by: Nelson, Borghild.
Words by: Nelson, Borghild.
P/P/D: Chicago : Nelson Publishing Co., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Whose side are you on?
First Line: Won't you listen, brother to what I have to say
Chorus: Won't you tell me, brother, whose side you're on
Music by: Tester, Smith M., and Ray Langham.
Words by: Tester, Smith M., and Ray Langham.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Blue Jay Songs, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Why don't you write me.
First Line: Why don't you write me, darlin', send me a letter tell me you love me
Chorus:
Music by: Hollins, Laura.
Words by: Hollins, Laura.
P/P/D: New York : Golden State Songs, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: You can take my heart.
First Line: You can take my heart and break it in two
Chorus:
Music by: Steele, Blue, and Denny Beckner.
Words by: Steele, Blue, and Denny Beckner.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: You forgot all the words (while I still remember the tune).
First Line:
Chorus: Our love was like a song, a lovely melody, our hearts would sing along in perfect harmony
Music by: Wayne, Bernie, and E. H. Jay.
Words by: Wayne, Bernie, and E. H. Jay.
P/P/D: New York : Trans-Music Corp, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

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Title: After the lights go down low.
First Line:
Chorus: After the lights go down low, baby, you know there'll be no reason for teasin' me so
Music by: White, Alan, and Leroy Lovett.
Words by: White, Alan, and Leroy Lovett.
P/P/D: New York : Harvard Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Ay, Caramba!
First Line: Ay, cada vez que yo te veo pasando con ese ritmoen tu caminar
Chorus:
Music by: Monero, Jose Luis.
Words by: Monero, Jose Luis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Broadway at Basin Street.
First Line: Meet me at seven, one step from heaven, where swingin' angels meet
Chorus:
Music by: Frisch, Al.
Words by: Wayne, Sid.
P/P/D: S.l. : Admont Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Buenos Aires [at head of title: (What happened in)].
First Line: What happens in Buenos Aires? What happens in Mexico?
Chorus:
Music by: D'Acosta, Lorenzo, and Dave Dexter.
Words by: Dexter, Dave.
P/P/D: S.l. : Atlantic Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Can't we be sweethearts?
First Line:
Chorus: Can't we be sweethearts? Why don't we fall in love?
Music by: Cox, Herbert, and George Goldner.
Words by: Cox, Herbert, and George Goldner.
P/P/D: New York : Kahl Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Chains of love.
First Line:
Chorus: Chains of love have tied my heart to you. Chains of love have made me feel so blue.
Music by: Nugetre, A.
Words by: Nugetre, A.
P/P/D: New York : Progressive Music Co. Inc, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Cool it, baby.
First Line: I wanna kiss, I wanna cling, but, baby, there's a time and place for ev'rything!
Chorus:
Music by: Newman, Lionel.
Words by: Coates, Carroll.
P/P/D: New York : Weiss and Barry Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Crazy in the heart.
First Line:
Chorus: I see roses in December think it's April in November
Music by: Wilder, Alec.
Words by: Engvick, William.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: A crazy little palace (that's my home).
First Line: Come in, baby, make yourself at home, meet my sister, she's always on the phone
Chorus:
Music by: Lowe, Bernie, Bix Reichner, and Cal Rotherman.
Words by: Lowe, Bernie, Bix Reichner, and Cal Rotherman.
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Publishers Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Dance on.
First Line: Dance on, while the music plays, dance on while the music plays
Chorus: Here is your chance to do, if you can, a time-honored dance they do in Havana
Music by: Di Minno, Danny, and Larry Conley.
Words by: Di Minno, Danny, and Larry Conley.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Dealer of dreams.
First Line: Listen to me, you dealer of dreams, won't you deal my heart the part it wants to play
Chorus:
Music by: Ram, Buck.
Words by: Ram, Buck.
P/P/D: S.l. : Panther Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Each day.
First Line:
Chorus: Each day you get a little sweeter. Each day you dress a little neater
Music by: Winley, Paul, and Bob Kornegay.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Monument Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Ev'rything has a place.
First Line:
Chorus: As sure as the stars belong in the skies and as sure as true lovers belong side by side
Music by: Perper, Bob, and Sal Izzo.
Words by: Perper, Bob, and Sal Izzo.
P/P/D: New York : Delstone Music Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Extranjera.
First Line: Extranjera, ni su nombre se, siguiera, y la quiero, como quiera como quiera
Chorus:
Music by: Colorado, Juan.
Words by: Colorado, Juan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The first one to know [at head of title: (Let me be)].
First Line:
Chorus: If you found somebody new and you feel that we are through; let me be the first to know
Music by: Perper, Bob.
Words by: Perper, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Delstone Music Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The first time.
First Line: If I stammer in expressing this love I feel for you, if I act a little love-shy and don't know what to do
Chorus:
Music by: Wiener, Herb, and Cy Crane.
Words by: Wiener, Herb, and Cy Crane.
P/P/D: S.l. : Admont Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Gonna back up baby.
First Line: Tried to tell you, baby, ev'rything's all right, when I told you, baby, where I was last night
Chorus: Gonna back up, baby, and start all over again
Music by: Wolfe, Danny.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Fairway Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Heaven on earth.
First Line:
Chorus: Heaven on earth, that's what you've made for me since the day we met
Music by: Ram, Buck.
Words by: Ram, Buck.
P/P/D: S.l. : Panther Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Honey Chile.
First Line: You're a devil with wonderful charms, but I love to hold you in my arms
Chorus:
Music by: Domino, Antoine, and Dave Bartholomew.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Reeve Music Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Hurt me.
First Line: Hurt me, hurt me if you choose, hurt me, what have I to lose?
Chorus:
Music by: Greines, Edwin, and Jerry Freeman.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Fairway Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I promise.
First Line: I promise you all my love, yours alone! I promise you all my life, for your own!
Chorus:
Music by: Barnett, Herb, T. Bennett, and George Thorn.
Words by: Barnett, Herb, T. Bennett, and George Thorn.
P/P/D: S.l. : George Thorn Publications, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I want you, I need you, I love you.
First Line:
Chorus: Hold me close, hold me tight; make me thrill with delight
Music by: Kosloff, Ira.
Words by: Mysels, Maurice.
P/P/D: New York : Elvis Presley Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: In my diary.
First Line:
Chorus: In my diary, a lot of things I'm goin' to write, write about the moon, and the lonely night
Music by: Graham, Michael A.
Words by: Graham, Michael A.
P/P/D: New York : Arc Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: In self defense.
First Line: If it's wrong to long to be near you, and to pray that we'll never part
Chorus:
Music by: Thomas, Joe.
Words by: Thomas, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Is there a heaven?
First Line:
Chorus: Is there a heaven in the sky? Is there really someone standing by?
Music by: Hazan, Al.
Words by: Hazan, Al.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Warman Music (B.M.I.), c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: It's yours.
First Line:
Chorus: Close your eyes and drift away, while your head is on my shoulder
Music by: Altman, Arthur.
Words by: Tobias, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: I'm in love with you.
First Line:
Chorus: Baby, baby, baby dear, tell me those are wedding bells you hear
Music by: Glasser, Dick, and Nick Boldi.
Words by: Glasser, Dick, and Nick Boldi.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Ridgeway Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Juke-box baby.
First Line: When my juke-box baby takes the floor 'round the old juke-box in the candy store
Chorus: Juke-box baby put a nickel in for "Maybelline"
Music by: Sherman, Joe.
Words by: Sherman, Noel.
P/P/D: S.l. : Winneton Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Just love me.
First Line:
Chorus: You don't have to be a king on a throne. What's the difference what you are, what you own?
Music by: Davie, Bob.
Words by: Moore, Marvin.
P/P/D: New York : Trinity Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Let's take a walk (and think it over).
First Line: Let's take a walk and think it over, before we say goodbye
Chorus:
Music by: Johnson, Bubber.
Words by: Johnson, Bubber.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Love me tender.
First Line: Love me tender, love me sweet; never let me go
Chorus: Love me tender, love me true, all my dreams fulfill
Music by: Presley, Elvis, and Vera Matson.
Words by: Presley, Elvis, and Vera Matson.
P/P/D: New York : Elvis Presley Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: My baby left me.
First Line:
Chorus: Yes, my baby left me, never said a word
Music by: Crudup, Arthur.
Words by: Crudup, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Elvis Presley Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: My first discovery.
First Line: My first discovery, of love is you; my dream of romance has come true
Chorus:
Music by: Cooper, Leslie.
Words by: Cooper, Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Pera Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: My Rosemarie.
First Line:
Chorus: Rosemarie, I love you more each passing day, dream and dream of love and dream of me
Music by: Colacrai, Cirino, and Ted Randazzo.
Words by: Colacrai, Cirino, and Ted Randazzo.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: No one home.
First Line: No one home, in the heart of you there's no one home
Chorus:
Music by: Lampert, Diane, and John Gluck, Jr.
Words by: Lampert, Diane, and John Gluck, Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishig Company Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: No rock 'n roll tonight.
First Line:
Chorus: No rock 'n roll tonight no, nothin' so gay for me
Music by: Graziano, Jerry.
Words by: Graziano, Jerry.
P/P/D: New York : Harvard Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: On your old banjo.
First Line: When some folks say I love you they start to stutter I know
Chorus: You can say it, swing and sway it, you can play it on your old banjo
Music by: Kessler, Horace A.
Words by: McClure, George.
P/P/D: La Junta, CO : Kessler Music, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: One kiss is worth a thousand words.
First Line: One kiss is worth a thousand words, in saying I love you
Chorus:
Music by: Mann, Kal, and Bernie Lowe.
Words by: Mann, Kal, and Bernie Lowe.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Ooby-Dooby.
First Line: Hey baby, come over here; when you do the ooby-dooby, I want to be near
Chorus: Ooby-dooby, ooby-dooby, ooby-dooby, ooby-dooby, ooby-dooby, ooby-dooby
Music by: Moore, Wade, and Dick Penner.
Words by: Moore, Wade, and Dick Penner.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The rockin' mockin' bird.
First Line:
Chorus: I've just heard the rockin' mockin' bird. I've just heard the rockin' mockin' bird
Music by: Singleton, Charlie, and Rose Marie McCoy.
Words by: Singleton, Charlie, and Rose Marie McCoy.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: She loves to rock.
First Line: She loves to rock; hee-hee-dle, oo-dle oh, she loves to rock
Chorus:
Music by: Paul, Lynn.
Words by: Paul, Lynn.
P/P/D: S.l. : Pera Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: So long.
First Line: So long don't know where I'm goin' but so long, you know you done me wrong so long
Chorus:
Music by: Domino, Antoine, and Dave Bartholomew.
Words by: Domino, Antoine, and Dave Bartholomew.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Reeve Music Co., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Solitary Mood.
First Line: Solitary mood, walking alone in a solitary mood
Chorus:
Music by: Thorn, George.
Words by: Thorn, June.
P/P/D: New York : George Thorn Publications, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: South of Saigon.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Wayne, Bernie.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Stranded in the jungle.
First Line: I crashed in the jungle while trying to keep my date
Chorus:
Music by: Smith, Ernestine, James Johnson, and Al Curry.
Words by: Smith, Ernestine, James Johnson, and Al Curry.
P/P/D: New York : Shag Music Publishing Co., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: A sweet old fashioned girl (skoob-el-ee doo-bee-dum).
First Line: Wouldn't anybody care to meet a sweet old fashioned girl?
Chorus:
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Valyr Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Sweet sixteen.
First Line: Sweet sixteen and never been kissed; my teenage queen, I can't resist kissing you
Chorus:
Music by: Paul, Lynn, and Alan Freed.
Words by: Paul, Lynn, and Alan Freed.
P/P/D: S.l. : Pera Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Te amo.
First Line: Te amo, says the sun to ev'ry flower, says the breeze to trees that tower
Chorus:
Music by: Mulcay, Mildred, and Jimmy Mulcay.
Words by: Mulcay, Mildred, and Jimmy Mulcay.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: A tear fell.
First Line:
Chorus: A tear fell when I saw you in the arms of someone new
Music by: Burton, Dorian, and Eugene Randolph.
Words by: Burton, Dorian, and Eugene Randolph.
P/P/D: New York : Progressive Music Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Tell me why.
First Line: Ev'rytime I look at someone new, tell me why I think of you
Chorus:
Music by: Turner, Titus.
Words by: Turner, Titus.
P/P/D: S.l. : Brent Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The Tennesse rock 'n' roll.
First Line: Oh, I went down to Tennessee; yes, I went down to Tennessee
Chorus: They were doin' the Tennessee rock 'n' roll!
Music by: Coleman, Larry, and Irving Reid.
Words by: Coleman, Larry, and Irving Reid.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: That's how I cried over you.
First Line: Flowers cry for the rain in the springtime, and that's how I cried over you
Chorus:
Music by: Stanton, Frank H., Kay Green, Helmy Kresa, and John Scipio.
Words by: Stanton, Frank H., Kay Green, Helmy Kresa, and John Scipio.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: These are the things (I remember).
First Line: The touch of your hand, the furture we planned, these are the things I remember
Chorus:
Music by: Thorn, June, and George Thorn.
Words by: Thorn, June, and George Thorn.
P/P/D: New York : George Thorn Publications, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: The ties that bind.
First Line: A kiss to start the day off brighter, a sunny smile that's warm and kind
Chorus:
Music by: Stanley, Ray.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: Tippity top!
First Line: Tippity, tippity top! Tippity, tippity top! I took a trolley car a way down town
Chorus: Top, tippity top, tippity top, well I want your lovin' and I don't wanna stop!
Music by: Slay, Frank C., Jr., and Bob Crewe.
Words by: Slay, Frank C., Jr., and Bob Crewe.
P/P/D: New York : Arc Music Corp., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: What good?
First Line: What good is a dream, if the dream isn't you?
Chorus:
Music by: Belcher, Walt.
Words by:
P/P/D: Springfield, MA : Ethelbert Music Associates, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: What happened to my home town?
First Line: What happened to my home town? It doesn't seem the same anymore
Chorus:
Music by: Godfrey, Bob, and Cy Gillis.
Words by: Godfrey, Bob, and Cy Gillis.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: When September pays a call.
First Line:
Chorus: The leaves fall like soft raindrops, ev'rything seems in perfect mood
Music by: May, Henry Bak.
Words by:
P/P/D: Burbank : Axis Music, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: When your heart has things to say.
First Line:
Chorus: When your heart has things to say, give me your hand, for in love's own silent way, I understand
Music by: Feiler, Paul, Jerry Samuels, and Alan Feiler.
Words by: Feiler, Paul, Jerry Samuels, and Alan Feiler.
P/P/D: New York : Delstone Music Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: You'll never never know I care.
First Line:
Chorus: You'll never, never know I care, you'll never know the torch I bear
Music by: Robi, Paul, and Tony Williams.
Words by: Miles, Jean.
P/P/D: New York : Personality Music Publishers, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

Title: You're a honey.
First Line: You're a honey, say you'll be mine; sweet as honey, all of the time
Chorus:
Music by: Spotts, Peggy.
Words by: Spptts, Peggy.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1962____________________

Title: Lonely.
First Line: Lonely, sittin' here all by myself, so lonely read each book upon the shelf
Chorus:
Music by: Nelson, Steve, Ed Nelson, and Ed Nelson, Jr.
Words by: Nelson, Steve, Ed Nelson, and Ed Nelson, Jr.
P/P/D: Armonk, NY : Valmount Music Publisher, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1963____________________

Title: Have a happy holiday.
First Line: Have a happy holiday. May your cares be bright, your day be bright and cheerful
Chorus:
Music by: Nelson, Ed, and Steve Nelson.
Words by: Nelson, Ed, and Steve Nelson.
P/P/D: Armonk, NY : Valmount Music Publishers, c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1969____________________

Title: Raindrops keep fallin' on my head.
First Line: Raindrops keep falling on my head, and just like the guy whose feet are too big for his bed
Chorus:
Music by: Bacharach, Burt.
Words by: David, Hal.
P/P/D: New York : Blue Seas Music Inc., c1969.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ 1971____________________

Title: When I was nine.
First Line: When I was nine, I found a toy that was interesting to a boy who was nine at the time
Chorus:
Music by: Loudermilk, John D.
Words by:
P/P/D: Nashville, TN : Acuff-Rose Publications Inc., c1971.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1952-1971

____________________ N.D.____________________

Title: Castle of dreams.
First Line: Though poets sing with lyrics sweet
Chorus: We had a castle of dreams
Music by: Muntean, Simon.
Words by: Muntean, Simon.
P/P/D: S.l. : S.n., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: Company's coming tonight.
First Line: There's a family across the street from me
Chorus: Company's coming tonight, he's my steady, he's been out of town
Music by: Tilzer, Albert von.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour, and Neville Fleeson.
P/P/D: New York : A.V.T. Music, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: I love you (Je taime).
First Line: To hold thee closely to my heart
Chorus: "Ma cher la vie" means life with thee
Music by: Sawyer, Adella.
Words by: Sawyer, Adella.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cine-Mart Music, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: I'm leaving, you don't want me now.
First Line:
Chorus: Can't you see that I'm leaving, I know now you've been deceiving
Music by: Riley, Ted.
Words by: Riley, Ted.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cine-Mart Music, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: In Argentina.
First Line: In Argentina, romance cling to song and dance so thrilling
Chorus: Come o'er with me across the sea
Music by: Sawyer, Adella.
Words by: Sawyer, Adella.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cine-Mart Music, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: My Dixie Rose.
First Line: Down in Dixie where the birds are sweetly singing
Chorus: My Dixie Rose, no flow'r that grows
Music by: Grady, R.G.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Chicago : McKinley Music, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: Salute to Gardner Field.
First Line: A salute to Gardner Field gold and blue of Gardner Field
Chorus:
Music by: Desylva, Sgt. Buddy.
Words by: Herrick, Sgt. Paul.
P/P/D: S.l. : S.n., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913

Title: Star of destiny.
First Line: Where art thou, Star of Destiny
Chorus:
Music by: Lang, Lucretia L.
Words by: Dillon, Dorothy Smith.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Cine-Mart Music, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1900-1913


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