Kirk Collection

Popular Song Index
(Professional/Artist Song Sheets)
Part 1: ca. 1900-1913

Kirk Popular Music Table of Contents Page

This portion of the index provides records to 270 titles published from ca. 1900 through 1913. The entire collection contains popular songs published from 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.

All dated scores in this catalog have PDF versions available for viewing or download. A determination has not yet been made about the copyright status of the undated titles, so copies of these must be requested via e-mail, letter, or phone. Use of the undated titles will be governed by current fair-use guidelines.

Arrangement is by year and title. Use the chart below to link to the beginning record for a particular year. You may also return to a listing of the other catalogs found in the Popular Song Index. See the bottom of this page for additional links.

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1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913N.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.
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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: 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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