Kirk Collection

Popular Song Index
(Professional/Artist Song Sheets)
Part 7: 1942-1944

Kirk Popular Music Table of Contents Page

This portion of the index provides records to 391 titles published from 1942 through 1944. 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.

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1942 1943 1944


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Title: Tell me why my daddy don't come home.
First Line: A little tot was playing, one night upon the floor
Chorus: Tell me why my daddy don't come home, I know that I am much too big to cry
Music by: Boyd, Bill, Hal Burns, and Earl Nunn.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thank you mother mine.
First Line: When shadows fall and day is done in reverie I see an old arm chair with someone there
Chorus: Thank you for those kisses that sent me on my way and for all the sunshine in my everyday
Music by: Brix, Aage E.
Words by: Wills, James J.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Cine-Mart Music Pub. Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thanks for your letter (My darling).
First Line: I've written you about the ones you love the news of those who ask for you each day
Chorus: Thanks for your letter my darling, thanks for your love so true
Music by: Lane, Gladys.
Words by: Burnett, Jay.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There'll never be another you.
First Line: I can't forget the day I saw you go away and left me with a broken heart alone
Chorus: There'll never be another you there'll never be a pal so true
Music by: Miller, Ray, Edward Meikel, and Arkie L. W. Ossenbrink.
Words by: Miller, Ray, Edward Meikel, and Arkie L. W. Ossenbrink.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's no use worrying.
First Line: There's no use worrying over you, there's no use worrying or being blue
Chorus:
Music by: Rice, Hoke, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's nothing so lovely as love.
First Line: You came along bringing a song, singing a song to me
Chorus: There's nothing so lovely as love, there's no thrill like falling in love
Music by: Cooper, Marion, Jr., Paul Learnard, and Carroll K. Cooper.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's tears in my heart.
First Line: Ev'ry night as I sit dreaming, of days that used to be
Chorus: There's tears in my heart, dear, since you said "good-bye"
Music by: Rice, Hoke S., and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Rice, Hoke S., and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: They can't black out the stars and stripes.
First Line: The stars and stripes forever! Our flag will always fly
Chorus: They can't black out the stars and stripes from the flag that flies above
Music by: Jacoby, Elliot, and Jacob Goldstein, Pvt.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Things are different now.
First Line: You told me, darling, you'd always be true but you broke every vow
Chorus:
Music by: Alley, Shelly Lee.
Words by: Alley, Shelly Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: This is more than love acerate mas.
First Line: What is this wonderful feeling? This something that comes to us out of the skies?
Chorus: This is more than love, these thrills we share
Music by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Bobby Worth.
Words by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Bobby Worth.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Till the longest day I live.
First Line: Listen while I whisper something straight from my heart to you
Chorus: Till the longest day I live, the mem'ry of you tonight; will shine like a beacon light
Music by: Walker, Cindy.
Words by: Walker, Cindy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: To me.
First Line: To me you brought a lovely dream of love; to me you taught the thrilling theme of love
Chorus:
Music by: Sullivan, Gene.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tropical gardens.
First Line: Dreaming, in my fancy I go far off where the pale orchids grow
Chorus: At night in my reverie are bright tropical gardens
Music by: Stanley, Bob, and Agustin Borguno.
Words by: Harper, Marjorie, and Don Arres.
P/P/D: New York : Harvest Songs Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Uncle Sammy needs your dough.
First Line: Give your dollars and your dimes, let's break up the Axis crimes
Chorus:
Music by: Boyd, Bill (Cowboy Rambler), and Kahl Rafaun.
Words by: Boyd, Bill (Cowboy Rambler), and Kahl Rafaun.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Underneath the old Sierra moon.
First Line: Twilight is falling, birds are at rest, drifting along it seems, to old Nevada
Chorus: Let me live forever in Nevada underneath the old Sierra moon
Music by: Farland, Lester.
Words by: Gardner, Robert A.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: United nations.
First Line: When men who love their freedom fight for the right to live it is true they will see it through
Chorus: United and free, and ever shall be, we have but one flag
Music by: Bromberg, Jacob.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Jacob Bromberg, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Until I live again.
First Line: Here comes that empty feeling that we have come to know
Chorus: Goodnight, until I live again tomorrow night when we meet again
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Until today.
First Line: For years I walked along and did not see the sky
Chorus: Until today the wind was just to blow dust in my eyes
Music by: Carleton, Bob.
Words by: Barnhill, Robert G.
P/P/D: S.l. : Robert G. Barnhill, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Viva Roosevelt!
First Line: Twenty one panamerican countries follow the leader of great repute
Chorus: Viva Roosevelt! Viva Roosevelt! He's a real amigo
Music by: Cugat, Xavier.
Words by: Stillman, Al., and Emilio De Torre.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wait for me.
First Line: Fate has a way of parting lovers who always say they can't live without each other
Chorus: Wait for me, wait for me I am longing to be with you
Music by: Hosfelt, Wilma.
Words by: Hosfelt, Wilma.
P/P/D: Detroit : Wilma Hosfelt, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Walking in the shadows.
First Line: I loved and lost you someone else won
Chorus: Walking in the shadows all alone beneath the moon tryin' to recall our favorite tune
Music by: Rauch, John D.
Words by: Rauch, John D.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Webster Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wandr'ing down.
First Line: Watching the gleams of my fireside beams, mem'ries journey far
Chorus:
Music by: Boettiger, Rose Cole, and Ray Hibbeler.
Words by: Boettiger, Rose Cole, and Ray Hibbeler.
P/P/D: Tacoma, Wash. : Rose Cole Boettiger, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Watch the river roll by.
First Line: If you're sad and your heart is pining, I know a place where the skies are always blue
Chorus: Just put your head upon a pillow, 'neath a weeping willow
Music by: Baggett, Nita, Bob White, Al Sanders, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Baggett, Nita, Bob White, Al Sanders, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Weary, worried and blue.
First Line: So tired of living alone, alone with memories of you
Chorus:
Music by: Daffan, Ted.
Words by: Daffan, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When I won you.
First Line: Ev'ry little bird that sings their songs seem to say "You're lucky in love"
Chorus: For I won, I won some girl when I won you
Music by: Caldwell, George W.
Words by: Caldwell, George W.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When there's a breeze on Lake Louise.
First Line: Sunset on the shore opens nature's door to an ev'ning for romance
Chorus: When there's a breeze on Lake Louise, there on a cool Canadian June night
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When you're with me.
First Line: My dear, I have so much to say to you
Chorus: When you're with me, the cares of day fade away
Music by: Lambert, Jimmy.
Words by: Glick, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Whose heart are you breakin' now.
First Line: Not long ago we loved each other. And we were happy as can be
Chorus: I am the one that you fooled yesterday.
Music by: Jenkins, Floyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: Nashville : Acuff-Rose Publications, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Who's been here (Since I been gone).
First Line: I loved you, baby, but you done me wrong, now who's been here since I been gone
Chorus:
Music by: Dexter, Al.
Words by: Dexter, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Who's gonna kiss you when I'm gone?
First Line: I got a letter this morning it said I done you wrong
Chorus: Who's gonna kiss you when I'm gone?
Music by: Campbell, C. Guy, and Everett R. Hinderer.
Words by: Campbell, C. Guy, and Everett R. Hinderer.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Pub. Co, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Won't you forgive me?
First Line: Won't you forgive me, darlin?' For those mean words I said
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, and Paul Sapp.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, and Paul Sapp.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Won't you wait another year.
First Line: Won't you wait another year? Tell me that you are sincere
Chorus:
Music by: Montogomery, Marvin.
Words by: Montogomery, Marvin.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wrap your arms around me baby.
First Line: There comes a time when people part, 'tis said but true
Chorus: So wrap your arms around me baby, just cling to me real tight
Music by: Piedmonte, Victor, and Don Arres.
Words by: Piedmonte, Victor, and Don Arres.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You can't hold a memory in your arms.
First Line: Memories are wonderful things to have around
Chorus: You can't hold a memory in your arms, sweetheart
Music by: Altman, Arthur.
Words by: Zaret, Hy.
P/P/D: New York : Olman Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You were with me in the waltz of my dreams.
First Line: Oh, out of the night you came stealing, in my dream of love.
Chorus: You were with me in waltz of my dreams, dear
Music by: Mc Bride, Eddie, and Wilf Carter.
Words by: Mc Bride, Eddie, and Wilf Carter.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You're from Texas.
First Line: Pardon me, stranger, I hope there's no danger
Chorus: I 'low as how you're from Texas you talk the lingo I understand
Music by: Walker, Cindy.
Words by: Walker, Cindy.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You've got what I want (And I've got what you want).
First Line: You're acting bashful, I'm acting bashful, we're not getting anyplace at all
Chorus:
Music by: Greenberg, Abner.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Greenberg Music Publisher, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A Zoot suit (For my Sunday gal).
First Line: Sam and Sal had a date to meet on Lenox Avenue
Chorus: I want a Zoot suit with a reat pleat, with a drape shape and a stuff cuff
Music by: Gilbert, Ray, and Bob O'Brien.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Greene-Revel Incorporated, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

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Title: Adams street's queen.
First Line: Dusty stonehouse vacant trash lot bordered by crumbling walk with fallen down fence
Chorus:
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Amor.
First Line: Amor, Amor, Amor this word so sweet that I repeat means I adore you
Chorus:
Music by: Ruiz, Gabriel.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Beautiful Hawaii.
First Line: There beside a blue lagoon, lovers met, their hearts in tune
Chorus: There was a time when hearts were gay
Music by: Mc Intire, Lani, Harry Mann, and Mildred Cuomo.
Words by: Mc Intire, Lani, Harry Mann, and Mildred Cuomo.
P/P/D: New York : Paul-Pioneer Music Corp., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Behind my smiles.
First Line: It's easy to pretend that you're happy, when life rolls a long like a song
Chorus: Behind my smile you'll find that I'm lonesome
Music by: Cross, Hugh.
Words by: Cross, Hugh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Besame Mucho (Kiss me much).
First Line: Besame besame mucho, each time I cling to your kiss I hear music devine
Chorus:
Music by: Velazquez, Consuelo.
Words by: Velazquez, Consuelo, and Sunny Skylar.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The Betty Grable polka.
First Line: Ev'ry station in the land has a quiz program without them they would all be incomplete
Chorus: Oh, so sweet, so petite she will take you by storm
Music by: Hayes, Billy.
Words by: Hayes, Billy, and Charles Gunther.
P/P/D: New York : Lewis Music Pub. Company Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Blue mist (Ua-noe) (Oo-wah no way).
First Line: We were stranded alone on an island
Chorus: Blue mist, do you remember? There was no moonlight only loves ember.
Music by: Herscher, Louis, and Iona Andy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Blue pacific night.
First Line:
Chorus: There is nothing quite so lovely, as a blue pacific night
Music by: Dials, Sgt. Floyd R.
Words by: Dials, Sgt. Floyd R.
P/P/D: S.l. : Robert W. Dotzauer and Floyd R. Dials, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Born to lose.
First Line: Born to lose, I've lived my life in vain, every dream has only brought me pain
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Frankie.
Words by: Brown, Frankie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A branded maverick.
First Line: A battle scarred old mustang I have always been; raced an' fought an' loved the life that's free
Chorus: A branded mav'rick, rope and tie me fast; a branded maverick, I'm corralled at last
Music by: Dickson, Art.
Words by: Dickson, Art.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: By a babbling brook.
First Line: Let us meet each other 'neath the weeping willow tree
Chorus: By a babbling brook is a shady nook, where no prying eyes can see
Music by: Stevens, Thos. A.
Words by: Stevens, Thos. A.
P/P/D: S.l. : Thos. A. Stevens, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: By the light of your eyes I read your heart (Tres palabras).
First Line: I see in your gaze the key to your ways
Chorus: By the light of your eyes I read your heart, dear
Music by: Farres, Osvaldo.
Words by: Farres, Osvaldo, and Ervin Drake.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Call me up darling.
First Line: A little ray of sunshine is due to ev'ryone some day
Chorus: Call me up and say you're lonely; call me up and say you're blue
Music by: Morris, E. E.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Radio Music Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Cheer up!
First Line: Cheer up! Oh, cheer up! The skies are bound to clear up, so get ready to put on a grin
Chorus:
Music by: Rice, H. Colin, and Richard May.
Words by: Rice, H. Colin, and Richard May.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Columbus stockade blues.
First Line: Way down in Columbus, Georgia; want to be back in Tennessee
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, and Eva Sargent.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie, and Eva Sargent.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Come on and whistle.
First Line: Fellows, if you're lonely, and need someone to love
Chorus: If there's anyone here who'd like a date with me, let him whistle come on and whistle!
Music by: Piantadosi, Al, and Irving Bibo.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A cornstalk fiddle and a shoestring bow.
First Line: Thump! go the hick'ry nuts, on the frosty ground
Chorus: A cornstalk fiddle and a shoestring bow, swing your partner and you do-si-do
Music by: Jesters, Kings, Jack Foy, and Rex Lampman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Dear Dad.
First Line: Lonely the room, but still you are there; your slippers and your pipe
Chorus: Dear Dad, here's just a line to let you know we're feeling fine
Music by: Rice, H. Colin, and Don Justin.
Words by: Rice, H. Colin, and Don Justin.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Do I know what I'm doing.
First Line: I can't decide if I'm satisfied; I can't be sure that it's real
Chorus: Do I know what I'm doing am I right, am I wrong, am I giving my heart away for a song?
Music by: Costello, Joanne.
Words by: Costello, Joanne, and Freddie Stewart.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't make me go to bed and I'll be good.
First Line: A laughing baby boy, one ev'ning in his play disturbed the household with his noisy glee
Chorus: Don't, papa, and I'll be good; don't, papa, and I'll be good
Music by: Cross, Hugh.
Words by: Cross, Hugh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't monkey 'round my widder when I'm gone.
First Line: My fever's way high I'm suff'rin' with a cold
Chorus:
Music by: Karl & Harty.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Bob Smith, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't pity me.
First Line: Now when you see me strutting in my uniform; don't pity me
Chorus:
Music by: Deardorff, Chas. Dana.
Words by: Deardorff, Chas. Dana.
P/P/D: Fort Wayne, Indiana : Chas. Dana Deardorff, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't stop now.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm under your spell, how long I can't tell
Music by: Campbell, William.
Words by: Campbell, William.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A dream ago.
First Line: So unreal, this being apart; my life's in the night-marish phase
Chorus: A dream ago my lips caressed you. Just a dream ago my two arms pressed you
Music by: Rosen, Milton.
Words by: Carter, Everett.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ev'rywhere.
First Line:
Chorus: The boys are going ev'rywhere, they're making a show ev'erywhere
Music by: Prima, Louis.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A fellow on a furlough.
First Line: There's just a little time to play. I know
Chorus: He's just a fellow on a furlough, out looking for a dream, the one who's in his dreams ev'ry night
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : House of Melody, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Fiesta square.
First Line: Tom-toms are beating the maracas entreating as the rhumba begins
Chorus: They're dancing in fiesta square my senorita will be there
Music by: March, Jerry.
Words by: March, Jerry.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Fight for old glory.
First Line: Fight for old glory, for she tells the story of men who once made history
Chorus:
Music by: Dixon, W. J.
Words by: Dixon, W. J.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Music Center Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Gals don't mean a thing (In my life).
First Line:
Chorus: The blues don't mean a thing in my young life; somewhere, somehow I lose 'em
Music by: Gibson, Arbie, and Curt Massey.
Words by: Gibson, Arbie, and Curt Massey.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Get along Dobbin.
First Line: Whoa there, whoa I say, you resurrected bale of hay
Chorus: Git along, Dobbin, (clk-clk-clk.) Pick 'em up and lay 'em down
Music by: Kalar, Phil.
Words by: Nulty, Eddie.
P/P/D: Chicago : Bell Music Company, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Get out and dig, dig, dig.
First Line: Get out and dig, dig, dig in the sunshine you can make a garden grow
Chorus:
Music by: Reynolds, Hunter.
Words by: Reynolds, Hunter.
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Company, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Gone.
First Line: Brazil cast it's tropical spell and now there's a story to tell
Chorus: Gone are the days of yesterday when we smiled and hearts were gay
Music by: Weller, S.
Words by: Weinstein, Sam.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Service, Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Heart break trail.
First Line: A cowboy returned to the scene of his childhood, to his sweetheart of long, long ago
Chorus: Cowboy ridin', sorrow hidin', head bowed, lonesome and blue
Music by: Darling, Denver, and Vaughn Horton.
Words by: Darling, Denver, and Vaughn Horton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Help wanted (For romance).
First Line: My friends have asked me why I feel blue
Chorus: Help wanted someone to cheer a heart
Music by: Weller, S.
Words by: Wyner, Syd.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Service, Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: High in the saddle.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm high in the saddle, yip-ee-ky-yay, yip-ee-ky-yay
Music by: Coe, Tex, Jimmie Newill, and Dave O'Brien.
Words by: Coe, Tex, Jimmie Newill, and Dave O'Brien.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hill-billy-hop (Zu-zu-zu-zu!).
First Line: Oh, the turkey in the straw ain't so corny anymore!
Chorus: Hill billy hop! Zu-zu-zu-zu! Spin like a top with my hip boots on
Music by: Kent, Carl, and Ervin Drake.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hours I remember.
First Line: Hours I remember hours spent with you
Chorus:
Music by: Shaw, Wally.
Words by: McStay, Helen.
P/P/D: New York : Sunnyside Music Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I accuse you (Of being lovable).
First Line: I'm certain that the one who's with me constantly makes plots and plans for pots and pans
Chorus: I accuse you of being lovable; I suspected you from the start
Music by: McGrane, Paul.
Words by: Drake, Ervin.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Melody Lane Publications, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I couldn't sleep a wink last night.
First Line: After we parted last night, I stayed awake and thought of you
Chorus: I couldn't sleep a wink last night because we had that silly fight
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I dreamt about a dream last night.
First Line: When the moon has gone away and the sun has brought another day
Chorus: I dreamt about a dream last night an angel stole my heart last night
Music by: Lane, William.
Words by: Lane, William.
P/P/D: New York : Eastern Music Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I guess I'll be gettin' along.
First Line: I'm leaving tonight little darling I may as well be on my way
Chorus:
Music by: Wilkins, Floyd.
Words by: Wilkins, Floyd.
P/P/D: Chicago : Country Music, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I know I'll never forget.
First Line: With you no longer there birds no longer fly
Chorus: I know I'll never forget the way you looked the day we met
Music by: Candell, Tommy.
Words by: Sims, Artie.
P/P/D: New York : Carol Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I know you'll come back some day.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a moon over my shoulder, like the night you sailed away
Music by: Merker, Betty.
Words by: Merker, Betty.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I love you.
First Line: If a love song I could only write, a song with words and music divine
Chorus: I love you hums the April breeze I love you echo the hills
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I only have one life to live but I'd gladly give up for my country.
First Line: In that grand Alantic Charter, justice rings through ev'ry clause
Chorus: I only have one life to live, but I'd glady give it up for my country
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I saw a dream (Last night).
First Line: I've been called a dreamer 'cause I sit all day and dream
Chorus: I saw a dream last night, and knew so well, it simply wasn't right to break the spell
Music by: Rhodes, David Wellman.
Words by: Rhodes, David Wellman.
P/P/D: S.l. : David Wellman Rhodes, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I saw a star.
First Line: Each time I see your service star I think about the day
Chorus: I saw a star as I passed your home tonight
Music by: Gallagher, Bill.
Words by: Gallagher, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I wish I were a Gypsy.
First Line: Last night I had a won'drous dream love a sweet dream I've never dreamed before
Chorus: I wish I were a Gypsy a gay romantic Gypsy
Music by: Zoeller, Lou, and Tom Dempsey.
Words by:
P/P/D: Beverly Hills : Zoeller Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Idle dreams.
First Line: What good is dreaming all alone, it never does me any good
Chorus:
Music by: Nuccio, Joe.
Words by: Nuccio, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Crestwood Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If I'm lucky.
First Line: I can't wait to see you, dear, tonight, I'm looking forward to be with you
Chorus: If I'm lucky, there'll be moonlight tonight, if I'm lucky, I'll be holding you tight
Music by: Pearl, Lee, Jimmy Dale, and Art Berman.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, Jimmy Dale, and Art Berman.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If that's the way you want it, baby.
First Line: Time's a wastin' wish that we could hasten to the man with the collar turned around
Chorus: If that's the way you want it, baby, baby that's the way it will be
Music by: Tobias, Charlie, Al Lewis, and Harry Tobias.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If you can't be my sweetheart, be my friend.
First Line:
Chorus: Today you said we two must part, those words have broken my heart
Music by: Cross, Hugh.
Words by: Cross, Hugh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll be waiting for you.
First Line: I've been living on the river bank where the Rio winds its way
Chorus: I've been waiting for you oh my dream has come true
Music by: Docking, Lester.
Words by: Docking, Lester.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Echoes of Victory Music Pub. Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll get by (As long as I have you).
First Line: I've neither wealth nor power but now that you said you're mine
Chorus: For I'll get by as long as I have you
Music by: Alhert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm sending my love for Christmas.
First Line: Here is the season to be jolly. How the time flew!
Chorus: I'm sending my love for Christmas, instead of something shiny and new
Music by: Prichard, Henry.
Words by: Prichard, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: In God we trust.
First Line: In God we trust with all our heart and soul
Chorus:
Music by: Sherman, Albert.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Harry Tobias, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: An island serenade.
First Line: Shadows tell me today is not for long
Chorus: Gone another day my tho'ts are left astray
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It happens ev'ry time!
First Line: You're on my mind so much, you're my ev'rything I touch
Chorus: When I get up in early morn I see your vision in the dawn, and thought of you go on and on
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It won't be long before it's over, over there.
First Line: This is a peace loving country where people are equal and free
Chorus: Now that the Yankees are over there bombing the Germans and Japs by air
Music by: Ross, Phil.
Words by: Howard, Bobby.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Ross & Howard, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's great to live in freedom (A creed for Americans).
First Line: It's great to live in freedom in this land we call the U. S. A.
Chorus: Freedom from want, freedom from fear
Music by: McGinty, Harry.
Words by: McGinty, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Ideal Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's love-love-love.
First Line: Imagine you imagining that you love me and starting on a family tree
Chorus:
Music by: David, Mack, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: David, Mack, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: It's not the same old corner (Since the old gang marched away).
First Line: It's so strange in the old neighborhood, ev'rything is diff'rent somehow
Chorus: It's the same old street with the same old tracks
Music by: Pearl, Lee, and Johnny Graham.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, and Johnny Graham.
P/P/D: New York : Excelsior Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've got a heart filled with love (For you dear).
First Line: Here is my confession, it's all about you, and you must believe it
Chorus: I've got a heart filled with love you, dear, for you, dear, filled my heart with love
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Jacobs, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Mutual Music Society, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Johnny Zero.
First Line: The kids all called him Johnny Zero; in school they always used to say, Johnny got a zero
Chorus:
Music by: Lawnhurst, Vee.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Judgment days a-comin' for that "Schickelgruber man."
First Line: Judgment day's a-comin' for that "Schick-el-grub-er man"
Chorus:
Music by: Meadows, Fred.
Words by: Meadows, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Just a stowaway on a ship of dreams.
First Line: I see you in each wish I make, I miss you with each breath I take
Chorus: The moon is low tonight, so am I, it seems; I'm just a stowaway on a ship of dreams
Music by: Knight, Vick.
Words by: Knight, Vick.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Keep that smile.
First Line: I know how you feel; please don't say it, for I feel the same, dear, as you
Chorus: Keep that smile. Never lose it
Music by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Edward Ross.
Words by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Edward Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Kentucky.
First Line:
Chorus: Soon I'll be goin' where the soft breeze is blowin' in Kentucky
Music by: Prichard, Henry.
Words by: Prichard, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Lili Marlene.
First Line: Would you like to hear the story of a girl that many soldiers know
Chorus: Underneath the lamppost by the barrack gate
Music by: David, Mack, and Phil Park.
Words by:
P/P/D: S.l. : Chappell & Co. Ltd., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Linda Lou.
First Line: I've waited a long time for you, darlin'; but never knew exactly what you'd be
Chorus: Linda Lou, honest true, I'm just wild about your lovely eyes of blue
Music by: Whelan, Ekko, and Roy Rogers.
Words by: Whelan, Ekko, and Roy Rogers.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The little red caboose broke loose.
First Line: The little red caboose broke loose; trav'lin' up the old mountain side
Chorus: Look out below, look out below; the little red caboose is on the loose
Music by: Hayes, Billy, and Lee Melton.
Words by: Hayes, Billy, and Lee Melton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Love is the trick of the year.
First Line: Time was when I used to wonder why the stars and moon held sway
Chorus: I had a talk with the stars, with the dust from their light hov'ring near
Music by: Mirkel, Elsie.
Words by: Mirkel, Elsie.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Love me.
First Line: Put your hopes with mine don't hesitate show me that you care please don't make me wait
Chorus: When I look at you, how I want you to love me
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Jacobs, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A lovely way to spend an evening.
First Line: Some like a night at the movies, some like a dance or a show
Chorus: This is a lovely way to spend an evening, couldn't think of anything else I'd rather do
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Lover's serenade.
First Line: Music ev'rywhere romance fills the air when you're dancing with the one you love
Chorus: Your heart goes pitter patter and the dark clouds scatter
Music by: Pellettieri, Vito, and Fred Rose.
Words by: Pellettieri, Vito, and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Memphis shuffle.
First Line:
Chorus: Started down in Memphis town, took a while to get around
Music by: Chase, Evelyn, Sam Michelso, and Dan Franklin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dawson Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The mercury waltz.
First Line: I can't forget, here's where we met; here's where you went away
Chorus: The mercury waltz lives again in my heart tonight
Music by: Pablo, Don.
Words by: Pablo, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The merry polka (Let's do the merry, merry polka).
First Line: Let's do the merry, merry polka, while the light are turned down low
Chorus:
Music by: Corbo, Don.
Words by: Corbo, Don.
P/P/D: Asbury Park, N. J. : Ocean-Spray Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: More than a dream.
First Line: I spend each night in pray'r, hoping that I will see somehow a world that's without care
Chorus: More than a dream when stars appear are all my pray'rs for things you hold so dear
Music by: Pelzman, Lee, Walter Van Dyke, and Gary Van Dyke.
Words by: Pelzman, Lee, Walter Van Dyke, and Gary Van Dyke.
P/P/D: New York : Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: More than ever.
First Line: When we met you took a place in my heart
Chorus: More than ever, I want you close to me more than ever to kiss tenderly
Music by: Greer, Jesse.
Words by: Adams, Chick.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My baby comes first with me.
First Line: My baby don't possess a lot but he means the world to me
Chorus: My baby comes first with me, my baby comes first with me
Music by: Baker, Ward.
Words by: Baker, Ward.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My dream sweethert.
First Line: Ev'ry night when the moon beams play I lie dreaming the hours away
Chorus: My dream sweetheart you're here with me whenever the lights are low
Music by: Olsen, La Veda, and Wilford.
Words by: Olsen, La Veda, and Wilford.
P/P/D: New York : Progressive Music Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My good ship Rhapsody (A song of the sea).
First Line: On the sea of ecstasy, sailed my good ship "Rhapsody"
Chorus: Is the sea my enemy, that will take away from me all that life holds dear
Music by: Petrae, Raymond A.
Words by: Muzzy, Harold W., and Fred A. Whitfield.
P/P/D: Seattle, Washington : Fred A. Whitfield, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My kind of people.
First Line: My kind of people, love to go to church on Sunday, my kind of people love to pray
Chorus:
Music by: Greer, Jesse.
Words by: Neiburg, Al J.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My lips remember your kisses.
First Line: You have magical thrills in your lips my hear is at your fingertips
Chorus: My lips remember your kisses my heart remembers your love
Music by: Scherman, Robert, Henry May, and Ben Siegel.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Webster Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nellie and Jim.
First Line: If you will gather around me, I have a story to tell; it's all about a cowboy
Chorus: The tale I tell you is oh so true, so true
Music by: Dickson, Art.
Words by: Dickson, Art.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: New shoes.
First Line: Don't sing the old songs I'm hankering for a novelty; I'm itching to find a new face
Chorus: Gonna get me some new shoes, gonna get me a lid
Music by: Irwin, Will.
Words by: Carrol, June.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Night in the jungle.
First Line: Listen to the voo-doo drums throb; listen to the singer choke a sob
Chorus: Soft were the ripples from our canoe sweet was the night wind sweeter were you
Music by: Whitney, Helen.
Words by: Whitney, Emerson C.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: No letter today.
First Line: No letter today I have waited since dawn, I've waited each day since you've been gone
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Frankie.
Words by: Brown, Frankie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: No love kisses, no kisses.
First Line:
Chorus: No love, no kisses what an awful predicament this is
Music by: Wallance, Jack.
Words by: Tara, Dana.
P/P/D: New York : Sunnyside Music Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nothing's gonna stop us now.
First Line: We're leaving the old home town tonight we've bid all our friends goodbye
Chorus: Nothing's gonna stop us now we'll fight like never before
Music by: Hibbeler, Ray.
Words by: Hagerty, Jim A.
P/P/D: Pittsburg, Pa. : James A. Hagerty, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh, brother!
First Line: He was on leave one night. He tried to hold her tight
Chorus: It looks as though you want romancing, oh, brother!
Music by: Manners, Maxine, and Jean Miller.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh, Theodora.
First Line: Johnny never had a real romance, he never seemed to get the proper chance
Chorus: We met one night, I held you tight, you thrilled me thru' and thru'
Music by: Cogane, Nelson, Jimmie Franklin, and Sunny Skylar.
Words by: Cogane, Nelson, Jimmie Franklin, and Sunny Skylar.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh, what a beautiful mornin'.
First Line: There's a bright golden haze on the meadow, there 's a bright golden haze on the meadow
Chorus: Oh, what a beautiful mornin', oh, what a beautiful day
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oklahoma.
First Line: Brand new state! Brand new state, gonna treat you great!
Chorus: Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: People will say we're in love.
First Line: Why do they think up stories that link my name with yours?
Chorus: Don't throw bouquets at me don't please my folks too much
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Poinciana (Song of the tree) (La cancion del arbol).
First Line: Blow tropic wind, sing a song thru the tree. Tree, sigh to me, soon my love, I will see
Chorus: Poinciana, your branches speak to me of love
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Bernier, Buddy, and Manuel Lliso.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The prairie polka.
First Line: Bright eyes glancing, glad hearts dancing, prairie sweethearts together romancing
Chorus: Come on dance the prairie polka by the light of prairie stars so bright
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Bratton, John W.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Put a zipper on your lip.
First Line: Better listen mister citizen, there's work we've got to do
Chorus: Put a zipper on your lip, listen brother take a tip
Music by: Davis, Rusty.
Words by: Davis, Paul McKenna.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Put your troubles down the hatch.
First Line:
Chorus: Ev'rybody come and step right up! Put your troubles in a great big cup
Music by: Montgomery, Marvin, and Bill Boyd.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Remember old calais.
First Line: Even tho' we're far apart it won't be for very long
Chorus: Remember old calais, where the fragrant scent of flowers fills the air
Music by: Rubens, Hugo.
Words by: Griffin, Gerald.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The rickety richshaw man.
First Line:
Chorus: There's coolie, name of Chulee, runs a rickety rickshaw south of Peking
Music by: Drake, Ervin.
Words by: Drake, Ervin.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Lane Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Roundin' up the strays.
First Line: Sunrise on the trail, night is liftin' see the purple clouds slowly driftin'
Chorus:
Music by: Milam, Sam.
Words by: Milam, Jayne.
P/P/D: Chicago : Plamor Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Rumor man.
First Line: There is a certain man in town who tells you stories to make you frown
Chorus: Sh sh he's bad and bold yes but it must be told he'll get you in a jam
Music by: King, Drewey.
Words by: King, Drewey.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Service, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Secret-mus'n't tell!
First Line: You said, "Baby, don't be shy!" I looked up into your eye, what did you say oh, so sweet?
Chorus:
Music by: Collier, Marion.
Words by: Collier, Marion.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: She didn't lay that pistol down.
First Line: The story's going 'round about a two gun gal
Chorus: She didn't lay that pistol down, she didn't lay it down
Music by: Pearl, Lee, and Murray Rich.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, and Murray Rich.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Shoulder arms.
First Line: Shoulder arms. Shoulder arms. The calling is ringing out across the land
Chorus: The call is not to just the solider, sailor or marine
Music by: Lapere, Christine D.
Words by: Lapere, Christine D.
P/P/D: Detroit : Carl Sorbie Publisher, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sho' nuff.
First Line: A boy and girl were dancing and just happened to dance my way
Chorus: Sno' nuff did you say you love me? Sho'nuff can your love be true?
Music by: Williams, Billy.
Words by: Williams, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Republic Music Corp., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Silver sails in the blue.
First Line: Sailing thru the night is heaven with the rolling tide
Chorus: Silver sails in the blue 'neath Tahitian skies, a paradise for two
Music by: McIntire, Lani, Ferney De Persia, and Joe L. Dario.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Lewis Music Publishing Company, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: So nice to remember.
First Line: Going along with a smile, sometimes we meet again
Chorus: A breakfast at dawning, a kiss in the rain, a cigarette shared in a shawdowy lane
Music by: Stewart, Neta.
Words by: Stewart, Neta.
P/P/D: Toronto, Canada : Southern Music Pub. Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Soft hearted.
First Line: What stories I told myself! I should have controlled myself
Chorus: You don't really love me, your just soft hearted
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Soldier's reverie.
First Line: Out of the dark clouds afar I can hear your song from a star
Chorus:
Music by: Phayle, Buddy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Buddy Phayle Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Someday I'll dream again.
First Line: Last night's kisses are still on my lip but yesterday's dreams are gone
Chorus: Someday, maybe, I'll dream again. Some day, maybe, heaven knows when!
Music by: Bibo, Irving, Al Piantadosi, Joseloff, and Stanley.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Somehow your absence is making me blue.
First Line: Fate had a hand in our meeting each other
Chorus: Somehow your absence is making me blue
Music by: Neff, Francis M.
Words by: Neff, Francis M.
P/P/D: New York : Art Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The song of the skis.
First Line: I saw a host of skis glide by last night in a lovely dream
Chorus: We slide along, we glide along, oh hark! to the song of the skis
Music by: Futran, Jacques Edward.
Words by: Brinig, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The southern cross swung low.
First Line: The southern cross swung low above the sea; like stars from heaven's crown your lovely eyes
Chorus: We parted when the southern cross swung low
Music by: Foy, Jack, and Phil Kalar.
Words by: Lampman, Rex.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Speak low.
First Line: Speak low when you speak, love, our summer day withers away too soon too soon
Chorus:
Music by: Weill, Kurt.
Words by: Nash, Ogden.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Start with a whistle in the morning.
First Line: Hi ya, pal, how'd ya feel? Full of pepper and paprika or down at the heel?
Chorus: Start with a whistle in the morning (whistle) just pucker and blow
Music by: Owen, Delos.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Delos Owen, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Stock full of blues.
First Line: Got a corn on my toe that is hurtin' me so and I can't cut a rug
Chorus:
Music by: Charles, Dick, Phil Perry, and Charles Reade.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sugarfoot.
First Line: Yor're so sweet, you give a guy a toothache
Chorus: My sugarfoot, my tall turtle dove, my blonde buttercup, say you're mine
Music by: Duke, Vernon.
Words by: Dietz, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The surrey with the fringe on top.
First Line: When I take you out, tonight, with me, honey, here's the way it's goin' to be
Chorus: Chicks and ducks and geese better scurry when I take you out in the surrey
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar, II.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sweet mama put him in the low.
First Line: He used to be a slicker with a cane in his hand but now he wears the clothes of a working man
Chorus: He was a high geared daddy but sweet mama put him in the low
Music by: Karl, and Harty.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Bob Smith, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Take the "A" train.
First Line: You can give up pleasure driving and ditch your Acard too
Chorus: Get aboard the "A" train to take a little ride around the city
Music by: Strayhorn, Billy.
Words by: The Delta Rhythm Boys.
P/P/D: New York : Tempo Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ten years.
First Line: Ten years or more I've been waiting for you to change your way
Chorus:
Music by: Bond, Johnny.
Words by: Bond, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thanks to you, my fair-weather friend.
First Line: A friend is a friend if it's cloudy or fair I've had friends by the score
Chorus: Thanks to you, my fair weather friend, I hate to lose you truly I do
Music by: Newton, Al.
Words by: Newton, Al.
P/P/D: Mobile, Ala : Al Newton, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That's him.
First Line: You can shuffle him with millions, soldiers and civilians, I'd pick him out
Chorus: You know the way you feel when there is autumn in the air
Music by: Weill, Kurt.
Words by: Nash, Odgen.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The things that mean so much to me.
First Line: They're talking about the future.
Chorus: The drug store on the corner, the schoohouse further down
Music by: Wayne, Bernie.
Words by: Raleigh, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: This will make you laugh.
First Line: I don't mean to be cynical, but love is not for me
Chorus: This will make you laugh, I staked my dreams on you
Music by: Higginbotham, Irene.
Words by: Higginbotham, Irene.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tired of ramblin'.
First Line: Tired of ramblin' on the lonesome prairie, tired of chasin' doggies all around
Chorus:
Music by: Newell, Jim, and Dave O'Brien.
Words by: Newell, Jim, and Dave O'Brien.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tonight is our night (Extrana vida).
First Line: As the shadows grow, your eyes are all aglow.
Chorus: Tonight is our night, we own the starlight
Music by: Pafumy, Jose.
Words by: Salinas, Alberto, Castro Valencia, and Ervin Drake.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tonight I'll live last night over.
First Line: Through all the day I sing this song, and wait for night to come
Chorus: Tonight I'll live last night over, over and over again
Music by: Rae, Ella, and George Geore.
Words by: Furlett, Frank.
P/P/D: S. l. : Puritan Publishin Company, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tschaikowsky's Ave Maria.
First Line: Ave Maria gratia plena dominuste cum benedicta tu
Chorus:
Music by: Tschaikowsky, Peter.
Words by: Tschaikowsky, Peter.
P/P/D: New York : Whitney Blake Music Publishers, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Vict'ry polka.
First Line: There's gonna be a hallelujah day when the boys have all come home to stay
Chorus:
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Samuel.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Vincio a te! (Near to you) (Cerca de ti).
First Line: Always your magic soft voice brings me the fragrance and smiles of delight
Chorus: You are a poem just like a song of prayer
Music by: Bellassai, Nino.
Words by: Bellassai, Nino.
P/P/D: New York : Kelton-Romm Inc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Walking my blues away.
First Line: The ration man is knockin' at my door; the grocer man he done an' closed his store
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Westwind.
First Line: I had a love and my love was fair, fair as a summer's dawn.
Chorus: Westwind can you waken my true love
Music by: Weil, Kurt.
Words by: Nash, Odgen.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: We're coming over (Over there).
First Line: To the beat of the drum our brave boys come to fight for liberty
Chorus: The Yanks are parade again marching down Broadway again to the beat
Music by: La Rosa, Mickey.
Words by: La Rosa, Mickey.
P/P/D: S. l. : Mickey La Rosa, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What good would it do.
First Line: I am tempted to go overboard and fall in love with you
Chorus: I could say I care, but what good would it do?
Music by: Howard, Duane, and Tommy Duncan.
Words by: Howard, Duane, and Tommy Duncan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What more can I say?
First Line: Just a year has passed and gone since the day you left our home
Chorus: Now, what more can I say, since you've gone so far away
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When Grandma got her teeth in upside down.
First Line: You've seen a lot of trouble on the farm, you've seen a lot of trouble up in town
Chorus:
Music by: Foy, Jack, Rex Lampman, and Phil Kalar.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: When they ask about you.
First Line: I'm so afraid of going out and I'm so tired of staying in
Chorus: When I go for a walk and meet old friends we knew we sit around and talk
Music by: Stept, Sam H.
Words by: Stept, Sam H.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Where the Sqornskroskreet meets the Gorfsloslat.
First Line: There is a place that I dream about, where life is nothing but play
Chorus: Where the Sqornskroskreet meet the Gorfsloslat that is where I want to be
Music by: Temple, T. Norman, Herb Ostrow, and Dave Ringle.
Words by: Temple, T. Norman, Herb Ostrow, and Dave Ringle.
P/P/D: New York : Dave Ringle, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Whistlin' down the lane for you.
First Line: People wonder why I'm happy, happy tho' the world be wrong
Chorus: When the dew is fallin', (whistle....) and the night is risin' in the blue
Music by: Whelan, Ekko, and Garet Romero.
Words by: Whelan, Ekko, and Garet' Romero.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Woogie hula.
First Line: Folks all go to Lenox Avenue, to cut new rugs each day.
Chorus: Woogie hula, woogie hula, a Hawaiian refrain, with a Harlem strain all in one
Music by: Herscher, Louis, and Marvin Hatley.
Words by: Herscher, Louis, and Marvin Hatley.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Wrap yourself in cellophane.
First Line: I'm growing more lonely you knew that I would
Chorus: Wrap youself in cellophane and mail yourself to me
Music by: Mack, George.
Words by: Winslow, Ester S.
P/P/D: New York : Modern Melodies Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You belong to my heart (Solamente una vez).
First Line: You belong to my heart now and forever and our love had it's start not long ago
Chorus:
Music by: Lara, Agustin.
Words by: Gilbert, Ray.
P/P/D: Mexico : Promotora Hispano Americana de Musica, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You haven't the time.
First Line: I'd meet you each evening we'd plan things to do
Chorus:
Music by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
Words by: Geiersbach, Robertson O.
P/P/D: Forest Park, Ill : Keep-In-Tune Pub, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You rhyme with everything that's beautiful.
First Line: You rhyme with ev'rything that's beautiful, with angels and moonlight, with heaven and stars
Chorus:
Music by: Reisfeld, Bert.
Words by: Stoner, Mickey.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You'll find romance.
First Line: Life was not meant to be spent alone
Chorus: You'll find romance, if only you will seek it
Music by: Merron, Frederic.
Words by: Alwyn, Ted.
P/P/D: Tonronto, Canada : Southern Music Publishing Co, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You're still that pal of mine.
First Line: I'm writing this letter, I just don't know how to start
Chorus: I love you, I love you, that's all my heart can say, dear
Music by: Goldspink, Hector.
Words by: Goldspink, Hector.
P/P/D: New York : Joseph Carlton, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

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Title: All I want is you, you, you!
First Line: Life to me is simple, and my wants are few
Chorus: All I want to say is "Darlin', I love you"
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: American polka.
First Line: Come along, come along, hear a new happy song that American polka
Chorus:
Music by: Nelson, Ed. G., Al. Trace, and "Smiling" Eddie Dorr.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Stasny Music Corp, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Any day now.
First Line: I made my reservasion my dream boat is due to start
Chorus: Any day now I'll be on my way
Music by: Cunningham, Paul, Ira Schuster, and Jack Rosenberg.
Words by: Cunningham, Paul, Ira Schuster, and Jack Rosenbert.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Apple blossoms in the rain.
First Line: Two silhouettes 'neath a starry sky, lost in a dream together
Chorus: Time to reminisce, a raindrop and a kiss
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: As long as there's music.
First Line: The mood begins with violins and suddenly you're close to me.
Chorus: A long as there's music and words of romance
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The barnyard band.
First Line: I love a real jam session, it can send me like a "four alarm."
Chorus: There's a crow in the garden, pickin' up corn, the bulls in the meadow, blowing his horn
Music by: Littlefield, Jimmy, Harry Filler, and Johnny Fortis.
Words by: Littlefield, Jimmy, Harry Filler, and Johnny Fortis.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Bell bottom trousers.
First Line: Once there was a little girl who lived next ot me
Chorus: Bell bottom trousers, coat of navy blue
Music by: Jaffe, Moe.
Words by: Jaffe, Moe.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Better do it now (Or there ain't gonna be no after while).
First Line: Better do it now, better do it now, or there ain't gonna be no after while.
Chorus:
Music by: Fox, "Red."
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Maestro Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Carlotta.
First Line: When Carlotta and Maxmilian were old Mexico's royal pair, a misguided young civilian fell in love with the empress fair
Chorus: Oh, Carlotta, Carlotta, so fair to see.
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Christmas Lullaby.
First Line: Lights aglow o'er the snow, from each fireside
Chorus: Can't you hear the angels sing a Christmas lullaby?
Music by: Edwards, Jack, Rrod Eddie, and Ben Edwards.
Words by: Edwards, Jack, and Rrod Eddie, Edwards.
P/P/D: New York : Edwards Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Cisco kid rhumba.
First Line: He may be a rogue, the Cisco kid, but still he has a way about him
Chorus:
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, Robert Stanley, and Agustin Borguno.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny, Robert Stanley, and Agustin Borguno.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Clickity clack, Jack.
First Line: Now the old kind of dancing might have been good 'bout a thousand years ago
Chorus: Clickity click, Jack, and heat it on the cymbal, clickity click, Jack
Music by: Greene, Mort.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Coal black mammy's (Little white rose).
First Line: A red cross nurse in Italy dreams of her home in Tennessee
Chorus: For she was coal black mammy's little white rose
Music by: Kenney, Jack.
Words by: Riesner, Charles S.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Urban Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Come with me my honey.
First Line: The bach'lor population of Trinidad say the situation is very bad
Chorus:
Music by: David, Mack, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: A cowboy in khaki.
First Line: A cowboy in khaki far away from the range
Chorus:
Music by: Fortis, Johnny.
Words by: Spickol, Max.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Delta rhythm.
First Line: Evenin' shadows fallin', I go on recallin' my home
Chorus: Delta rhythm, solid rhythm just keeps runnin' through my mind
Music by: Panico, Louie, The Four Keys, and J. V. Cimber.
Words by:
P/P/D: Milwaukee : De Cimber Music Publishers, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Disillusion.
First Line: Disillusion that's all it was I know because you went away
Chorus:
Music by: Austin, Billy, and Lou E. Zoeller.
Words by:
P/P/D: Beverly Hill, Calif : Zoeller Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Do you believe in dreams?
First Line: Lately I find you are on my mind, I'm thinking of no one but you
Chorus: Do you believe in dreams, do you believe that dreams come true?
Music by: Bibo, Irving, Don Piantadosi, George Piantadosi, and Al Piantodosi.
Words by: Bibo, Irving, Don Piantadosi, George Piantadosi, and Al Piantodosi.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't worry, darlin'.
First Line: Missing you so, at the close of the day
Chorus: Don't worry, darlin', while I'm far away
Music by: Waverly, Jack.
Words by: Waverly, Jack.
P/P/D: Bellmore, New York : Jack Waverly, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Don't you notice anything new?
First Line: Since you're my inspiration I'm happy as can be
Chorus: Don't you notice anything new? It's not the clothes I'm wearing
Music by: Lange, Johnny, Jimmy Kennedy, and Jimmy Nolan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Pyramid Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Driftwood.
First Line: You played the game, set hearts a flame, never gave real love a chance.
Chorus: You don't know where you're going; you don't know where you are
Music by: Mitchell, Nita.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Easter Sunday with you.
First Line: When the spring is on the way, comes my favorite holiday
Chorus: Gee! I'd like to be with you on Easter Sunday
Music by: Reid, Don, and Henrry Tobias.
Words by: Reid, Don, and Henry Tobias.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Glamour girl.
First Line: She's the sweetheart of the campus and so very, very neat
Chorus:
Music by: Welk, Lawrence, Ozzie Clark, and Eddie Koncel.
Words by: Welk, Lawrence, Ozzie Clark, and Eddie Koncel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Vavrin & King, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Got any gum, chum? [English version].
First Line: In our towns and cities, you can see today
Chorus: Got any gum, chum, got any gum?
Music by: Evans, Tolchard.
Words by: Butler, Archie, and Archie De Bear.
P/P/D: S.l. : Keith Prowse & Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Guess I'll hang my tears out to dry.
First Line: The torch I carry is handsome; it's worth it's heartache in ransom
Chorus: When I want rain, I get sunny weather; I'm just as blue as the sky
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hail and farewell (The merchant marine song).
First Line: Sailin', sailin', over the seven seas, sailin', sailin', fightin' a salty breeze
Chorus: Hail and farewell, we're the mighty men of thde Merchant Marine
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: His daddy's name.
First Line: Baby boy is sleeping with a trust he's keeping
Chorus: His daddy's name and mother is proud of it
Music by: Herscher, Louis, and Roy Newell.
Words by: Herscher, Louis, and Roy Newell.
P/P/D: New York : Superior Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Hoja seca.
First Line: Tan lejos de ti me voya morir, tan lejos de ti novoya vivir
Chorus:
Music by: Carbajo, Roque.
Words by:
P/P/D: Mexico : Editorial Mexicana de Musica International, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: How's about it?
First Line: They say that love is great. Each man should have a mate
Chorus: Say, how's about it? Say how about it us making a pair?
Music by: Rosen, Milton.
Words by: Carter, Everett.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I can't promise.
First Line: I should like to get the stars to crown your hair
Chorus: I can't promise I can get the moon for you. Though it seems to be the thing most lovers do
Music by: Brin, Bernard B.
Words by: Innes, David, and B. Blue.
P/P/D: New York : Roy Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I learned a lesson I'll never forget.
First Line: I was a fool who would follow no rule, playing the game my own way

Chorus: I learned a lesson I'll never forget, heaven help me if I do
Music by: Davis, Joe.
Words by: Davis, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I like to make music for you.
First Line: You're to blame for bringin' this on, but honestly I adore it
Chorus: Do-re-mi-fa-so-la, so far, so good, if there's one thing I like to do, I like to make music for you
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I want to go to Tokio.
First Line: Ev'ry soldier, sailor and marine who's far away across the sea
Chorus: We singa high singa lee singa low that means we wanna go to Tokio
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Mc Carthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: If anyone else turns up (Turn 'em down).
First Line: When I come back I want to find that you're the you I left behind
Chorus: If anyone else turns up, turn 'em down
Music by: Sour, Bob, Floria Vestoff, and Gordon Andrews.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll have to live and learn.
First Line:
Chorus: Today the storm clouds gather all about me because you said our path of life must turn
Music by: Clements, Zeke.
Words by: Clements, Zeke.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbott Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'll remember Suzanne.
First Line: Dreams return like birds in flight to light a flame that burns thru ev'ry night
Chorus: I'll remember that summer, indigo sky
Music by: Segal, Jack, and Dick Miles.
Words by: Segal, Jack, and Dick Miles.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm afraid I'm in love.
First Line: Why, when for a thousand long nights I've been happy should things be reversed?
Chorus: I went along, day to day, looking for new things to do
Music by: Warnick, Clay.
Words by: Eager, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm afraid of you.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm afraid of you, so afraid of your magical charms
Music by: Hollander, Frederick.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm leavin' 'cause there's nothin' left to do.
First Line: When you promised that you'd always love me, I vowed that I would always love you too
Chorus: I'm leavin' 'cause there's nothin' left to do
Music by: Mc Enery, "Red River Dave," and Sam Martin.
Words by: Mc Enery, "Red River Dave," and Sam Martin.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I'm the guy.
First Line: Living is so much pleasure when there's a dream to share
Chorus: Cause I'm the guy who fell in love with you, I'm the guy who promised to be true
Music by: Hunt, Floyd.
Words by: Silvers, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Melo Song Publishers, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: In a round-a-bout way.
First Line: In a round-a-bout way, I tried to tell you, in a round-a-bout way, how much I care
Chorus:
Music by: Claire, Evelyn, Braheen Urban, and Lew Porter.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Urban Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Irresistible you.
First Line: Which ever way I turn, no matter what I do, whatever road I take, it leads to you
Chorus: Irresistible you, my heart has gone to you
Music by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
Words by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: I've got a magic lantern.
First Line: As a kid I got quite sentimental 'bout stories from the magic Hindu land
Chorus: I've got a magic lantern and now ev'ry rainy day
Music by: Guinan, Joseph.
Words by: Bickley, Harmon.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Pub. Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Japan we're coming.
First Line: Boom-boom! what's that? Oh, boy, that's a dead jap
Chorus: Japan, we're coming, Japan we're coming, but not on a mission of joy
Music by: Hall, Sell.
Words by: Hall, Sell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Sell Hall, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Just make believe.
First Line: Let us play a little game you and I alone
Chorus: Just make believe that you love me, for I'm in love with you
Music by: Stevens, Thomas A.
Words by: Stevens, Thomas A.
P/P/D: New London, Conn. : Thomas A. Stevens, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Just we two.
First Line: You stole my heart away, the very first day I met you
Chorus: We'll whisper to each other, just we two
Music by: Burnett, Eugene.
Words by: Burnett, Eugene.
P/P/D: Miami, Fl. : Mc Ginty Music Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Laughter polka.
First Line: Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha, let the fun begin! Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha, just keep up your chin!
Chorus:
Music by: Lenk, Harry.
Words by: Lenk, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Clef Music Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Look for the silver lining.
First Line: Please don't be offended if I preach to you awhile
Chorus:
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Love at second sight.
First Line: Tho' I may have met you before, we just met and passed and no more
Chorus: I didn't look twice when I first saw you but maybe if I'd had a second sight
Music by: Warnick, Clay.
Words by: Eager, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ma-Ma-Marie.
First Line: He would always sigh each time she passed him by
Chorus: Ma-ma-ma-Marie, I love you so!
Music by: Fields, Irving.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Marry for love.
First Line: Gently lay your sweet face here upon my shoulder
Chorus: Oh, sweetheart marry me for love and we will be so happy
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rosemary Lee, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Montana Moon.
First Line: When the birds have gone to rest, and the shadows fall, that's the time I love the best
Chorus: Montana Moon, light the night for me soon
Music by: Siegel, Irving, and Alfred K. Brix.
Words by: Siegel, Irving, and Alfred K. Brix.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Moods.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Maupin, Rex.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Moonlight whispers.
First Line: Moonlight whispers and sweet music to dance to have found us ah! what a sweet delight
Chorus:
Music by: Carle, Frankie.
Words by: Neiburg, Al J.
P/P/D: New York : Jewel Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My girl in my home town.
First Line: Johnny Jones is somehere far away, out beyond the ocean's foam
Chorus: There's some one always thinking of me, it's my girl in my old home town
Music by: Woolsey, Maryhale, Milt Taggart, Glenn Brown, and Lockwood George.
Words by: Woolsey, Maryhale, Milt Taggart, Glenn Brown, and Lockwood George.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My little brown book.
First Line: I used to have your picture, a ring that once was yours
Chorus: My little brown book with the silver binding
Music by: Strayhorn, Billy.
Words by: Strayhorn, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Tempo Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My mama says, "no no."
First Line: Tho' my heart goes pitter-patter like the patter when it rains
Chorus: My mama say, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no
Music by: Fiorito, Ted.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: My star and sun.
First Line: Oh! if I could got to sleep a year, then when I'd awake I'd find you are here!
Chorus: I count the hours thru-out the live long day, I count the minutes since you went away
Music by: Innes, David, and B. Blue.
Words by: Innes, David, and B. Blue.
P/P/D: New York : Roy Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Na-Ni (Nah-Nee).
First Line: Love you must have lingered on the way. Love I now forgive you your delay
Chorus: Na-Ni. to be so beautiful is almost taboo, i'm enchanted as I'm gazing at you
Music by: Cornell, C. S.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Adeline Busik.
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Music Publishers Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Norway (The land of the midnight sun).
First Line: Norway, faraway in Norway, someone held his loved one to his heart
Chorus: When he sailed away from Norway, she could hardly say good-bye
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Mc Carthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nothin' doin' baby.
First Line: You're sorry now, that you've broken ev'ry vow
Chorus: Nothin' doin' baby now I'm on the loose
Music by: Whitfield, Evelyn.
Words by: Whitfield, Evelyn.
P/P/D: Seattle, Wash. : Rex Music Publishers, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Nutsy doodling.
First Line: There is a new pescramy that's having a fling-a-ling. It's easy yet befoodleing
Chorus:
Music by: Ford, Rex.
Words by: Ford, Rex.
P/P/D: New York : Ruby Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Oh! please tell me darling.
First Line: There's a brand new tune that's goin' 'round; I wonder if yhou've heard
Chorus: Oh please tell me, darling, do you really love me?
Music by: Hoffman, Al, Al Trace, and Jerry Livingston.
Words by: Hoffman, Al, Al Trace, and Jerry Livingston.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: One little WAC.
First Line:
Chorus: Our little WAC, a khaki covered cutie, one little WAC released a man for duty
Music by: Dunstedter, Eddie.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Saunders Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Paris will be Paris once again.
First Line: Ev'ry day they're getting nearer to Paree, on and on they come from ev'rywhere
Chorus: When the boys take over, and we know they will, Paris will be Paris once again
Music by: Rosenburg, Jack, Paul Cunningham, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Rosenburg, Jack, Paul Cunningham, and Ira Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Please don't say "No."
First Line: I can see that you are above any love of mine you're the shining star that's so far from my reach
Chorus: Please don't say "no" say "maybe" or say "come back in spring"
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Powder Blue.
First Line: When lonely breezes sigh pale shadows paint the sky, and shades of night begin to fall
Chorus: I think of powder blue and corn flowers in the dew a lane where I walked with you long ago
Music by: Shelley, Gladys, Paul McGrane, and Harry Moss.
Words by: Shelley, Gladys, Paul McGrane, and Harry Moss.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Prayer of an airman.
First Line: God of the evening, God of the dawn, help us to fly till our bombs are gone
Chorus:
Music by: Hughes, Rupert.
Words by: Morton, Michael S., Pvt.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Prelude.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Maupin, Rex.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Rip Van Winkle Junior (Never slept a wink in twenty years).
First Line: Rip Van Winkle slept for twenty years they say
Chorus: Rip Van Winkle Junior never slept a wink in twenty years
Music by: Koppell, Al.
Words by: Bryan, Al.
P/P/D: East Orange, N. J. : Albryan Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Schottische with me.
First Line: What is that tune that ev'ry band is playin' turnin' the style of dancin' upside down?
Chorus: How about that music that's gettin' the mob!
Music by: Lerner, Sammy, Sidney Clare, and Archie Gottler.
Words by: Lerner, Sammy, Sidney Clare, and Archie Gottler.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Lerner, Clare & Gottler Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Shades of blue.
First Line: Blue shades in the evening, moon fades, and we're dreaming
Chorus:
Music by: Maupin, Rex.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Skokie Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Shepherd of the sky.
First Line: I just heard a story, I can tell to you, from a buddy who came home today
Chorus: Shepherd of the sky, lend your tender light
Music by: Marvin, Johnny, and Nat Vincent.
Words by: Marvin, Johnny, and Nat Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Ship yard blues.
First Line: Ping, ponk, plunk dah, dah, dah, dah-dl-i-ah-da ping, ponk, plunk all the day
Chorus:
Music by: Koval, Sam.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Dreamo Music Pub., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sing to me, guitar.
First Line: Sing to me, guitar. From my dearest of all I am parted
Chorus:
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sing, neighbor, sing.
First Line: Wonder how this world of ours got in this situation
Chorus: Sing, neighbor, sing a song and spend a bright sunny day
Music by: Rose, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publsiher Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sitting by the old corral.
First Line: Sitting by the old corral with just my memories; that is all I've got I'm sad to say
Chorus: Sitting all alone by the old corral thinking of those days that used to be
Music by: Carter, Wilf.
Words by: Carter, Wilf.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sleepy stars in Hawaii.
First Line: The sleepy stars are gleaming, down on peaceful shore
Chorus: Sleepy stars in Hawaii I see your heavenly light
Music by: DeVincent, Sam, Sgt.
Words by: DeVincent, Sam, Sgt.
P/P/D: Chicago : The Chart Music Publishing House Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Someone.
First Line: I'm melancholy and here's the reason why I spend most of my time alone
Chorus: I want someone to call me darlin', someone so kind and true
Music by: Marvin, Johnny.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harrris Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Spell of the moon.
First Line: My senses reel the moment I feel your kiss
Chorus: I feel the skies come falling down on my head
Music by: Rosen, Milton.
Words by: Carter, Everett.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Spring will be a little late this year.
First Line: January and February were never so empty and gray
Chorus: Spring will be a little late this year a little late arriving in my lonely world over here
Music by: Loesser, Frank.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Saunders Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: The sultan's daughter.
First Line: Way out east where the west begins in a place called "Kootchie Mander"
Chorus: Who's that luscious hunk of honey, worth her weight in foldin' money, who?
Music by: Hajos, Karl.
Words by: Greene, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Suzabella.
First Line: Su-za-su-za-su-za-bel-la I'd like to be your fella
Chorus:
Music by: Fernwood, Al.
Words by: Stoner, Mickey.
P/P/D: New York : Evan Georgeoff Music Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Sweet Dixie Lee.
First Line: My heart will be so glad and free, for the good Lord knows what's wrong
Chorus: Sweet Dixie Lee is calling me, and I'm bound for Dixie too!
Music by: James, Floyd Duke.
Words by: Potter, Harold.
P/P/D: S. l. : Floyd Duke James, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Swinging on a star.
First Line: Would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar
Chorus: A mule is an animal with long funny ears, he kicks up at anything he hears
Music by: Van Heusen, Jimmy.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Burke & Van Heusen Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tears on the trail to Texas.
First Line: There are tears on the trail to Texas for I'm riding a new pony home
Chorus:
Music by: Dave, Red River, and Abner Silver.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Lincoln Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Texas polka.
First Line: There's a new kind o' dance they're doin' our way
Chorus:
Music by: Knight, Vick, Oakley Haldeman, and Lew Porter.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Urban Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That feeling in the moonlight.
First Line: Ev'rybody now and then gets a little lonely, there's always a reason why
Chorus: Did you ever get that feeling in the moonlight, that wonderful feeling that you wanna be kissed?
Music by: Cavanaugh, James, Larry Stock, and Ira Schuster.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That first love of mine.
First Line: Don't you remember, love, or have you ceased to care?
Chorus:
Music by: Carter, Wilf.
Words by: Carter, Wilf.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That little German band.
First Line: Beneath my window ev'ry night I can hear a great big horn, um-pa-pa, um-pa-pa
Chorus: La-la-la-la-la, such a pretty melody, la-la-la-la-la, like the birdies in the tree
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Mc Carthy, Joe, and Joe Goodwin.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: That's what I like 'bout the South.
First Line: Why rave about the Carolines, about a cabin in the pines; why moan about the Swanee Shore?
Chorus: Fried chicken, nice and sweet, cornpone and possum meat
Music by: Razaf, Andy.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Then I won't be loving you.
First Line: Oh how my heart is aching and I've been so true to you
Chorus: Some day you'll wake to realizing that I love you
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: O'Shean, Katie.
P/P/D: Louisville, Ky. : Katie O'Shean, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's a lot of moonlight being wasted.
First Line: What a night, so romantic, what a moon so heavenly
Chorus: There's a lot of moonlight being wasted, 'cause you're not near me tonight
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Tobias, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: There's a new moon over my shoulder.
First Line: There's a new moon over my shoulder, and an old love still in my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: This is it.
First Line: This time I'm not misken, this time my heart is taken
Chorus: This is it, my heart and I don't doubt it, this is it, there no maybe 'bout it
Music by: Fernwood, Al.
Words by: Fernwood, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Northeastern Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Thru the smoke.
First Line: The day you came along I knew that you and I were meant to care
Chorus: Long ago I held your hand, we smoked a cigarette
Music by: Bandini, Al, Rose Bandini, and Gary Van Dyke.
Words by: Bandini, Al, Rose Bandini, and Gary Van Dyke.
P/P/D: New York : Pan-O-Ram Music Pub. Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Till the infantry moves in.
First Line:
Chorus: You can take us there, where shot and shell can find us
Music by: Vail, George, Robert Sour, and Carl Kent.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Tisco Cisco (The sombrero man).
First Line: Too-le-o-le, too-le-o-le rumbaya anybody want a buy a hat today, sombreros
Chorus:
Music by: Rene, Leon.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Saunders Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: True.
First Line: Long as I'm the one you love, let the stars refuse to shine
Chorus: True, tell me you're true, promise that you will always be true
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, Jack Rosenberg, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny, Jack Rosenberg, and Ira Schuster.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Typewriter polka.
First Line: Ti-pi-ti-pi-tap, ti-pi-ti-pi-tap, listen to the typewriter polka
Chorus:
Music by: Lenk, Harry.
Words by: Lenk, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Clef Music Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Waiting.
First Line: In fond memory I see you and me, two sweethearts of long ago
Chorus: I'm waiting with tears in my eyes just waiting for dreams to come true
Music by: Van Horn, Edie.
Words by: Clair, Charles L.
P/P/D: La Grange, Ill. : Hartman & Van Horn Music Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: We're gonna sink The Rising Sun.
First Line: From out of the skies there came a surprise one peaceful Sunday morn.
Chorus: We're gonna sink The Rising Sun! We're in this war until it's won!
Music by: Swart, R. Emerson.
Words by: Swart, R. Emerson.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What can a heart believe.
First Line: Lost: one illusion, in sad confusion; dreams dying one by one
Chorus: What can a heart believe? Oh, what is a heart to do?
Music by: Barry, Marion, Jeanne Simon, and Desbecker.
Words by: Barry, Marion, Jeanne Simon, and Desbecker.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: What say?
First Line: My loved one was Brazilian, my home U.S.A.
Chorus:
Music by: Segall, Bernardo.
Words by: Bettis, Valerie.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Who's your little Hoosier?
First Line: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hitch up the old shay
Chorus: "Who's your little Hoosier?" everyone will say
Music by: Marvin, Johnny.
Words by: Marvin, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Yimminy yumpin' yoty!
First Line: Yohnny Yohnson came from Minneapolis one day, full of Swedish style
Chorus: Py yim-mi-ny yump-in' yo-ty! Ay come from Minesoty!
Music by: Woodworth, James, Clarence Thompson, and Earl Johnson.
Words by: Woodworth, James, Clarence Thompson, and Earl Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Top Music Publishers Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Yodel polka.
First Line: Yo-del--o-del-oh! Yo-del-o-del-ay! Hear the mountaineer. He calls his deer from far away
Chorus:
Music by: Lenk, Harry.
Words by: Lenk, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Clef Music Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You may not remember.
First Line: Once in a lifetime, two fall in love, vow to each other, here is my heart
Chorus: You may not remember, all the things I can't forget
Music by: Oakland, Ben.
Words by: Jessel, George.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: You put a patch on my broken heart.
First Line: You put a patch on my broken heart, and now we're back together again
Chorus:
Music by: Littlefield, Jimmy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944

Title: Your dream and my dream.
First Line: All my life I've been so lonesome you've been very lonesome too
Chorus: We'll take yur dream, and my dream and put them together, in a wonderful dream made for two
Music by: Martens, William, Ida Martens, and Louis Herscher.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Grand Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1942-1944


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