Kirk Collection

Popular Song Index
(Professional/Artist Song Sheets)
Part 9: 1948-1951

Kirk Popular Music Table of Contents Page

This portion of the index provides records to 216 titles published from 1948 through 1951. 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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1948 1949 1950 1951


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Title: All full of empty.
First Line: Looked in the mailbox early this morning I should have stayed away
Chorus:
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: George, Don.
P/P/D: Encion : Piantadosi Music Publications, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Any resemblance to love (is purely co-incidental).
First Line: We're two sensible people, sharing a cigarette, a dance and a chat
Chorus: If I should kiss you, please don't get sentimental
Music by: Shelly, Lou, and Walter Bishop.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Walter Bishop, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beautiful eyes.
First Line: What have you got in those beautiful eyes?
Chorus:
Music by: Adams, Frankie, Leonard Rosen, and Neal Madaglia.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cabaret.
First Line: Cabaret lights were low, music slow. Lips divine, pressing mine, who could ask for more
Chorus:
Music by: Russell, Al, and Joel Cowan.
Words by: Russell, Al, and Joel Cowan.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Calico sweetheart.
First Line: A gentle mem'ry haunts me, I still recall the day
Chorus: When you wore a calico gown, and I wore a tan buster brown
Music by: de Cimber, J. V., and "Heinie" Jack Bundy.
Words by: Pritchard, Dave.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, WI : De Cimber-Pritchard-Pfau Music Pub., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Caribbean moon.
First Line: Caribbean moon, red moon, above, 'neath your soft light there is someone I love
Chorus:
Music by: Beaulieu, Toni.
Words by: Love, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cold, cold, woman.
First Line: I've got a cold, cold, woman, for my little wife
Chorus:
Music by: Jordan, Howe.
Words by: Jordan, Howe.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cricket song (I want to be a cricket).
First Line: Some folks want to be wealthy, and some want fame instead
Chorus: I want to be a little cricket that goes (tsk tsk) all night
Music by: de Cimber, J. V.
Words by: Pritchard, Dave.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, WI : De Cimber-Pritchard-Pfau Music Pub., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Dad gave my dog away.
First Line: My dad gave me a brand new bike, a streamlined one of blue
Chorus:
Music by: Tyler, T. Texas, Mary Jean Shurtz, and Jake Taylor.
Words by: Tyler, T. Texas, Mary Jean Shurtz, and Jake Taylor.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Down by the station.
First Line: This is for the people who never rode the train, whether in California or even up in Maine
Chorus: Down by the station early in the morning, see all the little puffer bellies all in a row
Music by: Ricks, Lee, and Slim Gaillard.
Words by: Ricks, Lee, and Slim Gaillard.
P/P/D: New York : American Academy of Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Down yonder.
First Line: Railroad train, railroad train, hurry some more
Chorus: Down yonder someone beckons to me, down yonder somone reckons on me
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : La Salle Music Publishers Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Dreamy old New England moon.
First Line: Dreamy old New England moon, tell my love I miss her so
Chorus:
Music by: Berk, Morty, Frank Capano, and Max C. Freedman.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Glad to know you.
First Line: Never thought that I would find a girl like you, never dreamed that love would ever start
Chorus: Glad to know you, how-dee-do! Glad to know you know me too
Music by: Moore, Warrren.
Words by: Moore, Warren.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Home for Thanksgiving day.
First Line: So you can't get home for Thanksgiving? Too busy? Yes I know
Chorus: Throw your troubles out the window hop in the old coupe and hit the trail
Music by: Brennan, James A.
Words by: McConnell, C. M.
P/P/D: S.l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Honkin' the horn for honey.
First Line: Got a girl I'm crazy about; she's the best so far
Chorus: Just honkin' the horn for honey, kinda impatient, you see
Music by: McCollister, Raymond C., Tony Ferragamo, and O. M. Watson.
Words by: McCollister, Raymond C., Tony Ferragamo, and O. M. Watson.
P/P/D: Chicago : Raymond C. Mc Collister, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: How many tears must fall.
First Line: I always tho't that love would make your dreams come true and keep a song in your heart
Chorus: How many tears must fall? And how many heartaches must there be?
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Jones, Isham.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A hundred and sixty acres.
First Line: Where the mountains meet the sky, there's a spot that's all my own
Chorus: I've got a hundred and sixty acres in a valley, I've got a hundred and sixty acres of the best
Music by: Kapp, David.
Words by: Kapp, David.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I couldn't believe my eyes (I couldn't believe my ears).
First Line: Seeing is believing, that's how the saying goes. Now I'm crying my heart out for you
Chorus: I couldn't believe my eyes, I was taken by surprise, when I saw you in another's arm last night
Music by: Watts, Clem, Ben Trace, and Lee Pines.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I still want you.
First Line: Why do I feel blue, dear, music tell me you're near
Chorus:
Music by: Otto, Ben.
Words by: Otto, Ben.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you learn your A. B. C.'s.
First Line: I am sure that you have been to school, but did you ever learn your A. B. C.'s?
Chorus:
Music by: Sullivan, Hazel.
Words by:
P/P/D: Houston : Songwriters Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'm a fool to care.
First Line: I'm a fool to care, when you treat me this way
Chorus:
Music by: Daffan, Ted.
Words by: Daffan, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's a most unusual day.
First Line: I woke up singing this morning got out of the right side of bed
Chorus: It's a most unusual day feel like throwing my worries away
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Loew's Incorporated, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I've got a crush on you.
First Line: How glad the many millions of Annabelles and Lillians would be to capture me!
Chorus: I've got a crush on you, sweetie pie, all the day and night-time hear me sigh.
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: S. l. : New World Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Judy.
First Line: You came down out of heaven to make me happy here
Chorus: You're my angel, Judy, you're my darlin'
Music by: Stokes, E. W "Tiny."
Words by: Stokes, E. W "Tiny."
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Lonesome for you.
First Line: I awoke to a cold grey dawn, with the sudden realization that you were gone.
Chorus: I'm writing from my heart, a melancholy heart
Music by: Quadling, Lew.
Words by: Lee, Louise.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Lord is my shepherd.
First Line: The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want, he maketh me to lie down in green pastures
Chorus:
Music by: Betz, Mabel Hobson.
Words by:
P/P/D: Sacramento : Le Bam Music Publications & Enterprises, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Love don't get you nothin' but the blues.
First Line: Once when I was young, my life was complete and all day long I sang a happy song.
Chorus: For love don't get you nothin' but the blues
Music by: Cook, Happy, and John Sandusky.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My heart's aflame.
First Line: Each morning at dawn, you're there on my mind
Chorus: My heart's aflame, and you're to blame.
Music by: Cagle, Bob.
Words by: Halop, Billy.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rossongs Music Publishers, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A new thrill from an old flame [at head of title: I got].
First Line: You'll never guess the reason I feel the way I do.
Chorus: New thrill from an old flame
Music by: Dilbeck, Tommy.
Words by: Dilbeck, Tommy.
P/P/D: Dallas : Metro Music, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No orchids for my lady.
First Line: A little all night cafe where no one seems to go
Chorus: No orchids for my lady, no sparkle in the wine
Music by: Strachey, Jack.
Words by: Stranks, Alan.
P/P/D: London : The Edward Kassner Music Co. Ltd., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Portrait of Jennie.
First Line: A portrait of Jennie more precious to me than a masterpiece
Chorus:
Music by: Robinson, J. Russel.
Words by: Burdge, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rancho Padre.
First Line: Some have their dreams, that never come true
Chorus: Out on rancho padre when the moon swings low
Music by: Massey, Louise, and Milt Mabie.
Words by: Massey, Louise, and Milt Mabie.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: She picked it up in Mexico.
First Line: She picked it up in Mexico down where the tropic breezes blow
Chorus:
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A song is born.
First Line: Hands o'er the keys ready to play I must begin without delay
Chorus: Notes like the stars twinkling in tune easy to hum lovely to croon.
Music by: Schwartz, Charles.
Words by: Schwartz, Charles.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Rossongs Music Publishers, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Strangers in the dark (noche de ronda).
First Line: Strangers in the dark, a casual remark, a sigh that fills the night
Chorus:
Music by: Lara, Maria Teresa.
Words by: Gordon, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sweet as a dream.
First Line: Sweet as a dream, oh, what a queen; and she's so lovely to love.
Chorus:
Music by: Schubert, Franz.
Words by:
P/P/D: Fort Worth, TX : Franz Schubert Music Publisher, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Talking boogie.
First Line: Now way down yonder in Tennessee there's a little old homstead R. F. D.
Chorus: Now if you want to get your enjoys, listen to me just get yourself down to Tennessee
Music by: Williams, Tex, and Cliffie Stone.
Words by: Williams, Tex, and Cliffie Stone.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : American Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Thank you.
First Line: You said good-bye and went away leaving me so blue.
Chorus: I'm kinda happy I metcha, I'm really grateful you betcha
Music by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: There's a moon in Monterey.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a moon in Monterey tonight, and I'm wishing on a star
Music by: Compton, Mary, Bob Jepson, and Bill Hampton.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Toyland polka.
First Line: Here's the story of a man who makes toy dolls that talk and stand
Chorus:
Music by: Schelb, Henry, and Dale Fitzsimmons.
Words by: Schelb, Henry, and Dale Fitzsimmons.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Choice Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: What's wrong with me.
First Line: He asked me out in the moon-light to linger and to roam
Chorus: What's wrong with me? Why didn't he kiss me?
Music by: Nacio, and Herb Brown.
Words by: Heyman, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Loew's Incorporated, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When it's nine o'clock in my home town polka.
First Line: I've been in San Francisco and lived in Kankakee; I've traveled from coast to coast
Chorus: When it's nine o'clock in my home town that's when folks begin to sing
Music by: de Cimber, J. V., and "Heinie" Jack Bundy.
Words by: Bell, Victor, and Otto Spearbraker.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, WI : De Cimber Music Publishers, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Wind in my sails.
First Line: Tropic moon above was paling when I whispered I was sailing with the tide
Chorus: Wind in my sails blow me homeward over the foam covered trails
Music by: Grever, Maria.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
P/P/D: S. l. : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You was!
First Line: I'm calm but not collected, your ev'ry glance disturbs.
Chorus: If you were to ask me who the sweetest one I knew was I'd say: you was!
Music by: Burke, Sonny.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Crystal Music Publishers, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You're breaking my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: You're breaking my heart cause you're leaving. You've fallen for somebody new.
Music by:
Words by: Genaro, Pat, and Sunny Skylar.
P/P/D: New York : Algonquin Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You're wonderful.
First Line: Right from the start, you stole my heart, and I've loved you forever it seems
Chorus: You're wonderful in everything you do
Music by: Fairstein, Betty Jean.
Words by: Fairstein, Betty Jean.
P/P/D: Houston : Songrwriters, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

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Title: The angels are singing (in heaven tonight).
First Line: Sweetheart, I recall the day I first met you; I wonder if you remember the same
Chorus: Oh, I can still hear your voice in the evening
Music by: Stanley, Carter.
Words by: Stanley, Carter.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: At the Entre-nous cafe.
First Line: I'll hold your hand in mine, and we will plight our troth
Chorus: I have a date with you tonight, my love, at the Entre-nous cafe
Music by: Beul, Arthur.
Words by: Beul, Arthur, and Dick Manning.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Batio.
First Line: How I long to go, back to Batio and live a memory of love once more
Chorus:
Music by: Andres, Elino Deleon, and Dorothea Towne.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Song Writers' Cooperative Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beautiful eyes.
First Line:
Chorus: What have you got in those beautiful eyes?
Music by: Adams, Frankie, Leonard Rosen, and Neal Madaglia.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Because you love me.
First Line: With you by my side, there's nothing that's wrong, my darling, not even the weather
Chorus: Because you love me there is a sun in the sky rain or shine
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, and Sol Marcus.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, and Sol Marcus.
P/P/D: S. l. : Remick Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Brand on my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: My troubled old heart, dear, is beating with pain
Music by: Snow, C. E.
Words by: Snow, C. E.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Busy line.
First Line: I put a nickel in the telephone and dialed my baby's number, got a buzzy, buzzy, buzzy, busy line.
Chorus:
Music by: Semos, Murray, and Frank Stanton.
Words by: Semos, Murray, and Frank Stanton.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cairo.
First Line: I looked up my geography and in Egypt there's a place to see
Chorus: Cairo, Cariro, Cairo's the city for me.
Music by: Hardy, Al.
Words by: Hardy, Al.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Van Brunt Music Publishing Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Chug-a-lug (the drink it down song).
First Line: Chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug, drink it down
Chorus:
Music by: Tatman, Sally, and Carlotta Lee.
Words by: Tatman, Sally, and Carlotta Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Michael Music Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cocktail time at dusk.
First Line:
Chorus: Cocktail time at dusk stars will shine above.
Music by: Lavelli, Tony.
Words by: Lavelli, Tony.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Comme Ci, Comme Ca (pronounced: "Come See, Come Sah").
First Line: It seems my friends have been complaining, they say that I've been acting rude
Chorus: I always say, comme ci-comme ca, and go my way
Music by: Coquatrix, Bruno, and Pierre Dudan.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Paris Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Crocodile tears.
First Line: Crocodile tears each time they fall somehow I know mean nothing at all
Chorus:
Music by: MacDonald, Jimmy, and Billie Weber.
Words by: MacDonald, Jimmy, and Billie Weber.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cuban Polka.
First Line: When they play a polka in C-U-B-A, ev'rybody grabs a partner right away
Chorus:
Music by: Dominici, Helo.
Words by: Dominici, Helo.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Darling I'll always love you.
First Line: Tears and a sad broken heart, dear, and a love that has faded away
Chorus: It's so hard to belive those sweet lips could deceive, ev'ry dream is a dream, dear, of you
Music by: Snow, C. E.
Words by: Snow, C. E.
P/P/D: New York : Souther Music Pub. Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The deep blue sea.
First Line: Blue sea and you inspire me with love that's why we are here on the shore
Chorus:
Music by: Ollier, Eunice.
Words by: Ollier, Eunice.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Hoosier Music Publications, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Deepfreeze Dinah.
First Line: Away down south in Caroline, where the sun would scorch a porcupine
Chorus: They call her deepfreeze Dinah from sunny Carolina, she's the coldest gal in town
Music by: Wood, Britt.
Words by: Beatty, George.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Did anyone ever tell you, Mrs. Murphy.
First Line: Did anyone ever tell you, Mrs. Murphy that your charming daughter has the bluest eyes?
Chorus:
Music by: Worth, Leah, Lloyd Sloan, and Karl Suessdorf.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Don't let it get you down.
First Line: You played around too long with my devotion, you made a fool of me all over town
Chorus: When I leave you far behind, don't let it grieve your mind
Music by: Japhet, Cliff, Tommy Coley, and Davis Jimmie H.
Words by: Japhet, Cliff, Tommy Coley, and Davis Jimmie H.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Forever with you.
First Line: A place where violets grow, and blue moon lit waters flow
Chorus:
Music by: Bergantine, Borney.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Have I been forgiven or forgotten.
First Line: Have I been forgiven or forgotten, why don't you be fair and let me know
Chorus:
Music by: Spriggens, Deuce, and Ekko Whelan.
Words by: Spriggens, Deuce, and Ekko Whelan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The heart of Loch Lomond.
First Line: In my dreams I see a picture of a land so fair to me 'tis the heather land of Scotland
Chorus: For my heart is in the heart of Loch Lomond when the sun goes down to rest
Music by: Noel, Art, Fats Fisher, and Chas. Forsythe.
Words by: Noel, Art, Fats Fisher, and Chas. Forsythe.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Ltd., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Home town band [at head of title: (There is a something about a)].
First Line: No matter what kind of a band it is, and whether it's big or small
Chorus: There's somethin' about a home town band that makes you want to shout
Music by: Nagy, John, Milt Lance, and Don Canton.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Honey, why can't you be sweet to me?
First Line: Honey, won't you tell me true just what you have in mind
Chorus: Honey, why can't you be sweet to me?
Music by: Gale, Bill.
Words by: Gale, Bill.
P/P/D: New York : Gala Music Publishing Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: How have things been with you?
First Line: Missed you since you went away, ev'ry moment I've been blue
Chorus:
Music by: West, Roy.
Words by: West, Roy.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Melody Hall, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I get up ev'ry morning (what do I do, what do I do, what do I do?).
First Line: I leave you with a good-night kiss, then home I go to bed
Chorus: I get up ev'ry morning, what do I do, what do I do, what do I do, what do I do?
Music by: Lubin, Joe, and Eddie Lisbona.
Words by: Lubin, Joe, and Eddie Lisbona.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I got a gal in Galveston.
First Line: Sent a note to Parson Brown to say I'm comin' home
Chorus: I got a gal gal gal in Galveston, got a real true gal in Galveston
Music by: Williams, Johnny, and George Greene.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Republic Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I had it coming to me.
First Line: Do unto others as you'd have them do to you!
Chorus: I'm lonesome, unhappy, and blue as I can be, but I had it coming to me
Music by: Kapp, Bert.
Words by: Kapp, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I remember "Zinga-Zulu."
First Line: I met a lovely maiden on an island in the west
Chorus: I remember "Zinga Zulu" where I met my love one day
Music by: Newton, Al.
Words by: Newton, Al.
P/P/D: Mobile, AL : Al Newton, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wished for star.
First Line: I wished for a star, on a cloudy night, my heart was heavy you hadn't acted right
Chorus:
Music by: Wallo, Joseph F.
Words by: Amyx, Katherine.
P/P/D: Washington, D.C. : Wallo Music Publications, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wouldn't tell you a lie.
First Line: Somehow you always seem to doubt me, why do you treat me that way?
Chorus: I wouldn't tell you a lie, dear, and make a you feel lonely and blue
Music by: Mitchell, Charles, and Bill Sturdevant.
Words by: Mitchell, Charles, and Bill Sturdevant.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If only my heart could tell you.
First Line: If only my heart could have it's way, it would not conceal words of love that could convey
Chorus: Darling if only my heart could just tell you how much I long for your caresses each night
Music by: Walthall, Thayer.
Words by: Wayne, Sid, and Adam Gary.
P/P/D: New York : Wyner Music Publisher, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you could care.
First Line: When I'm alone I sit and dream, a dream of fairyland
Chorus: If you could care for me, as I could care for you
Music by: Darewski, Herman.
Words by: Wimperis, Arthur.
P/P/D: S.l. : Remick Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'll be in love with you [at head of title: (That's how long)].
First Line: Ev'ry now and then you seem to doubt me, doubt me when I whisper, "I love you"
Chorus: As long as there's a babbling brook, a lovely country lane
Music by: Quadling, Lew, Jon Steele, and Mac Maurada.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'll never cease to love you.
First Line: Don't walk on my dreams, dear, you'll break my heart in two, 'cause darlin' I'm in love with you
Chorus:
Music by: Anderson, Andy.
Words by: Anderson, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'll never have a chance with you again.
First Line: I don't think I'll ever have a chance with you again, I had my chance and let it get away
Chorus:
Music by: Faile, Tommy.
Words by: Faile, Tommy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: In a world of my own.
First Line: Cats and rabbits would reside in fancy little houses and be dressed in shoes and hats and trousers
Chorus:
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Productions, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Isn't he wonderful!
First Line: Isn't he wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, isn't he wonderful, wonderful
Chorus:
Music by: Starcher, Buddy.
Words by: Starcher, Buddy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It never will rain roses.
First Line: It never will rain roses while I'm in love with you, you made me cry a million times or more
Chorus:
Music by: Daume, Johnny.
Words by: Daume, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's a lovely day.
First Line:
Chorus: I heard the patter of your feet, as you came walking down the street
Music by: West, Roy.
Words by: Bowrin, Edwin J.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Melody Hall, Music Publishers, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's no use to pretend.
First Line: It's no use to pretend I don't love you the same, for in my heart I know I'd live a lie
Chorus:
Music by: Anderson, Andy.
Words by: Anderson, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: It's the little things.
First Line: It's the little things like calling on the phone it's the little things you do for me alone
Chorus:
Music by: Waner, Art, Ed. Weiner, and Hal Gold.
Words by: Waner, Art, Ed. Weiner, and Hal Gold.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Jonathan.
First Line: There is a little man called Jonathan there is a little man called Jonathan
Chorus: Hit the road, Jonathan hit the road, Jonathan
Music by: Parker, Gloria, and Barney Young.
Words by: Parker, Gloria, and Barney Young.
P/P/D: New York : Life Music, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Just a whisper.
First Line: You told me that you loved me, your lips and mine have met
Chorus:
Music by: Thomas, Robert.
Words by: Thomas, Robert.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Pub. Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Just reminiscing (still in love with you).
First Line: I put your fav'rite record, on the phonograph, and dim the lights the way we used to do
Chorus:
Music by: Harbin, Loraine C.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Encore Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Kiss me goodnight.
First Line: We've had a wonderful day, and we now have our good-nights to say
Chorus: Please kiss me good-night or you'll never get home til it's light
Music by: Fields, Harry.
Words by: O'Connor, Desmond.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Li'l Indian.
First Line: In the far away mountains the high Piutes there lived a little Indian he was mighty cute
Chorus:
Music by: Burnette, Smiley.
Words by: Burnette, Smiley.
P/P/D: Studio City, CA : Rancho Music Box, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Lookin' for my baby.
First Line: People say I haven't got a chance, that I'll never resurrect our old romance
Chorus: I'm lookin' for my baby, I've searched the whole town thru
Music by: Cord, Anthony.
Words by: Cord, Anthony.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Love is a beautiful thing.
First Line: I want someone I can call my own, call my own, call my own
Chorus:
Music by: Bellin, Lewis, Harvey Pearl, and Lee Pearl.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Porgie Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Maybe manana (somos diferentes).
First Line: Darling, don't you cry, love won't pass you by, maybe manna
Chorus:
Music by: Ruiz, Pablo Beltran.
Words by: Redmond, John.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Milkman polka.
First Line: Let us sing about a man that all of us would know
Chorus:
Music by: Rogers, Smokey, and Ossie Godson.
Words by: Rogers, Smokey, and Ossie Godson.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My loss is another man's gain.
First Line: Yes, I know I've been untrue and I've proved false to you
Chorus:
Music by: Shaw, Eddy.
Words by: Shaw, Eddy.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My world is you.
First Line: I'm just half alive without you weary-in' the whole day through
Chorus:
Music by: Morris, Lee, and Jon Steele.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Need you.
First Line: I've been lonely too long maybe, dear, I've been wrong
Chorus: Need you oh, how I need you the nights are loney since we're apart
Music by: Blackburn, Johnny, "Teepee" Mitchell, and Lew Porter.
Words by: Blackburn, Johnny, "Teepee" Mitchell, and Lew Porter.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Choice Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A night in paradise.
First Line: It all started in the usual way a hug, a sigh and a kiss
Chorus: You're all the happiness I've ever known I dream'd that I'd possess
Music by: Sinatra, Sal., and Hugo E. Kaiser.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Wyner Music Publisher, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Night time's the right time.
First Line: Night time's the right time for thinkin' of love
Chorus:
Music by: Oakes, Bob, and Ruth Mackintosh.
Words by: Oakes, Bob, and Ruth Mackintosh.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No mail today.
First Line: I heard an echo sound like my baby's voice to me
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Johnny.
Words by: Davis, Johnny.
P/P/D: Chicago : Walter Melrose Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No where, no time, no place.
First Line: You've run around, you've had your fun, but now your roaming days are done
Chorus: No where, no time, no place, my baby, y'aint ever gonna make a monkey out of me
Music by: Campbell, Cecil.
Words by: Campbell, Cecil.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: An old fashinoned wedding band.
First Line: I'd like to buy a wedding band, just like my mother use to wear
Chorus:
Music by: Dimmery, Ira.
Words by: Dimmery, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: One sweetheart too many.
First Line: You'll have one sweetheart too many, till there's no sweetheart at all
Chorus:
Music by: Parman, Cliff, Sherman Hayes, and Ray Lee.
Words by: Parman, Cliff, Sherman Hayes, and Ray Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Pretty girl.
First Line: I'm not very good with the big fancy words, no I'm not much of a poet
Chorus: Pretty girl, pretty girl, pretty girl, how I love you
Music by: Rielly, Albert.
Words by: Reilly, Albert.
P/P/D: New York : Taran Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The pumpernickel polka.
First Line: Get the gang together, let's all have some fun
Chorus: Fill it up! With a ham on pumpernickel, ham on pumpernickel
Music by: Glazer, Tom.
Words by: Glazer, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rabbits.
First Line: Getting old don't worry me my future is a cinch I'll have a million dollars to help me thru a pinch
Chorus:
Music by: Burnette, Smiley.
Words by: Burnette, Smiley.
P/P/D: Studio City, CA : Rancho Music, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Raindrops and teardrops.
First Line: Raindrops and teardrops couldn't help but start, 'cause you had to go and break my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Gluck, John.
Words by: Gluck, John.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rhythm of the chuck wagon wheels.
First Line: It's round up time the weather's fine, out on the lone prairie
Chorus: Listen to the rhythm of the chuck wagon wheels a turning
Music by: Howe, Don.
Words by: Howe, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: See Texas in the spring.
First Line: Most ev'rybody tells you that they would like to dwell, underneath a blue, friendly sky
Chorus: If you want a glimpse of paradise, listen close, I'll put you wise
Music by: Evans, Gene, John Mills, and Esther Ewald.
Words by: Evans, Gene, John Mills, and Esther Ewald.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: She wore a yellow ribbon.
First Line: 'Round her neck she wore a yellow ribbon, she wore it in the winter and the merry month of May
Chorus:
Music by: Ottner, M.
Words by: Parker, Leroy.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The shy little girl in the peek-a-boo hat.
First Line: It was a sunny, Sunday morning, while I was walking down the street
Chorus:
Music by: Methot, Phil, and Bill Cody.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Song Writer's Cooperative Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sit, sit, sit.
First Line: Some folks have ambitions to become a millionaire, to be a politician or a pilot in the air
Chorus: I wanna sit, sit, sit! I wanna keep relaxin'
Music by: Paisner, Ben.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Pace Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Soft lips.
First Line: Soft lips that feel so divine soft lips pressed close to mine
Chorus:
Music by: McCoy, Walt.
Words by: McCoy, Walt.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Someone like you.
First Line: I used to think that love and I were through, till out of nowhere you came into view
Chorus: Someone like you cures ev'rything gloomy
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Blane, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The streets of Laredo.
First Line: I was way, way down near the border roaming aimless and free
Chorus: I was just ramblin' through, through the streets of Laredo
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sui sin fa.
First Line: Just about a block boys, from the Burma Road, you can't find it on the map unless you got the code
Chorus: Oh, how she could sui sin fa how she could sui sin fa
Music by: Dees, Jad, and Henry Schelb.
Words by: Dees, Jad, and Henry Schelb.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Swiss Lullaby.
First Line: In Switzerland across the sea, they yodel all day long
Chorus: O-le-o-le o-le-ay, in a little Swiss chalet, you'll hear this sweet lullaby
Music by: Horton, Vaughn, and Harry Kogen.
Words by: Horton, Vaugh, Kogen.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Take that leash off of me.
First Line: You're a cold hearted person and you treat me like ice
Chorus:
Music by: Daffan, Tad.
Words by: Daffan, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Tell me why.
First Line: You made me learn to love, tell me why; you taught my eager heart to soar and fly
Chorus:
Music by: Hartmann, Maurie.
Words by: Gabler, Milt.
P/P/D: New York : RYTVOC Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: To make you mine.
First Line: Millionaires can have their wealth and mansions
Chorus: To make you mine is all I live for to make you mineis my desire
Music by: Trace, Al, Ben Trace, and Vic Damon.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Turnabout is fair play.
First Line: Your promise to love me forever was just an empty word
Chorus: Turnabout is fair play, darlin' now it's my turn to play around
Music by: Trace, Al, Ben Trace, and Saxie Dowell.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Two cents, three eggs and a postcard.
First Line: Two cents, three eggs and a postcard is all that I have in the world
Chorus: Two cents, three eggs and a postcard is nothin' worth braggin' about
Music by: Barner, Doris, Mickey Barner, and Larry Vincent.
Words by: Barner, Doris, Mickey Barner, and Larry Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Vah sayer han?
First Line: The language of love, all the experts agree, is the same from Paree to Smolensk
Chorus: When Hilda arrived from Stockholm, Sweden, dressed in blue chiffon
Music by: Mahoney, Loyson, and Russ Baker.
Words by: Mahoney, Loyson, and Russ Baker.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: We both know (we'll love again).
First Line: I was passing by the old cathedral and the Angelus was ringing out a prayer
Chorus: We both know someday we will love again
Music by: Abbott, Lyman C.
Words by: Wilbur, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The wedding of Lilli Marlene.
First Line: Today I saw a wedding, of a girl so sweet and fair
Chorus: There were tears in the crowded congregation
Music by: Connor, Tommie, and Johnny Reine.
Words by: Connor, Tommie, and Johnny Reine.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Weddin' day.
First Line: I asked her paw if we couldn't wed and he said, you must be teched in the head
Chorus: Got a pig, got a cow, got a horse, and buggy now and soon be driving down the old highway
Music by: Hayes, Clancy, and Carl Kalash.
Words by: Hayes, Clancy, and Carl Kalash.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When I comb my hands through the sands of Texas.
First Line: Blow wind, blow wind, blow through my window, you bring back fond memories
Chorus: When I comb my hands through the sands of Texas, how lonesome I will be
Music by: West, Roy, Lenny Sanders, and Ernest Benedict.
Words by: West, Roy, Lenny Sanders, and Ernest Benedict.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When my baby double talks to me.
First Line: When my baby does her double talk to me then I get just as happy as I can be
Chorus:
Music by: Travis, Merle.
Words by: Travis, Merle.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Where do I go from here?
First Line:
Chorus: Where do I go from here? Now that we're apart, where do I go from here, sweetheart?
Music by: Steele, Jon, and Charles M. Leonard.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Who shot the hole in my sombrero?
First Line: I saw my friend Jose along the street one day, when suddenly a pistol shot rang out
Chorus: Who shot the hole in my sombrero? Who put the bullet thru the hat?
Music by: Leeds, Milton, and Billy Hayes.
Words by: Leeds, Milton, and Billy Hayes.
P/P/D: Hollywood : American Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Whoa mule! (whoa! fool).
First Line: I climbed up on my old grey mule and headed into town
Chorus: I hollered, whoa, mule! whoa! fool
Music by: Schubert, Franz.
Words by: Schubert, Franz.
P/P/D: Fort Worth, TX : Franz Schubert Music Publisher, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Wrong number.
First Line: Wrong number, forgive me, do, I'm sorry I bothered you
Chorus:
Music by: McEnery, Dave (Red River Dave).
Words by: McEnery, Dave (Red River Dave).
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You gotta stay happy.
First Line:
Chorus: You gotta stay happy whatever you do. You gotta say happy and don't let trouble trouble you
Music by: Alexander, Dan.
Words by: Brooks, Jack.
P/P/D: Palisades, CA : Maydan Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You'll live and learn.
First Line: You'll live and learn, a heart can yearn to have someone to cling to
Chorus:
Music by: Gonzalo, Curiel.
Words by: Canton, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

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Title: Arrivederci (till we meet again).
First Line: Good-byes were meant for others but they're not for you and me
Chorus: Arrivederci, tell we meet again, tell me you'll be waiting and counting the hours till then
Music by: Rand, Kelly, and Jack Felice.
Words by: Rand, Kelly, and Jack Felice.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: As long as I live.
First Line: As long as I live I'll always love you as long as I live
Chorus:
Music by: Palermo, Joseph.
Words by: Palermo, Joseph.
P/P/D: La Grange, IL : Hartman & Van Horn Music Publications, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beloved one (dar blaklinten blommar) [at head of title: (Believe me)].
First Line: Some lovers keep concealing deepest of tender feeling
Chorus: Believe me, beloved one, it's you or it's no one
Music by: Ahlin, Ernfrid.
Words by: Ewert, Karl, and Sam Ward.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Beneath the chinaberry tree.
First Line:
Chorus: Beneath the chinaberry tree down by the sea I saw you sail into the sun away from me
Music by: Douglas, Lew, King Laney, and Cliff Parman.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Blue Monday matinee.
First Line:
Chorus: My suit's all press'd; my shoes are shined; I'm gonna see the one that's on my mind
Music by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
Words by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Gershman & Goodman Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Calliope man.
First Line: Say, who's that down the midway in that circus band? Who's that man a-playin?'
Chorus: Oh! listen to the Calliope man a-playin' love songs
Music by: Goodwin, Stan, and Bernie Cummins.
Words by: Goodwin, Stan, and Bernie Cummins.
P/P/D: Columbus, OH : My-Bob Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Cryin' over you.
First Line: You left me crying when you went away, I keep on trying, but there's nothing left to say
Chorus: Cryin' over you while you are laughing, laughing at the way I feel for you
Music by: Randall, Dick.
Words by: Randall, Dick.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Dream ship.
First Line: Darling, last night the earth disappeared, and heaven came into view
Chorus: We sailed in a dream ship, in a beautiful dream, in the heavens high and blue
Music by: Snell, Ethel.
Words by: Snell, Ethel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ethel Snell, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The earth and the sky (a magical wonderland).
First Line: The earth and the sky didn't thrill me till I saw what life had in store for me
Chorus:
Music by: Rox, John.
Words by: Rox, John.
P/P/D: New York : Rome Rox Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Easy to say.
First Line: Ev'ryone says that fate will be kind; and soon you'll be out of my dreams
Chorus: It's easy to say, "Forget about you," easy to say, but so hard to do
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Fire on the mountain!
First Line: When the city-bred folk, leave a still-burning smoke, on the pine needle covered terrain
Chorus:
Music by: Eugster, Carl, and Bill Cody.
Words by:
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Song Writer's Cooperative Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: For ev'ry kiss.
First Line: Some people like to gamble on horses or on cards
Chorus: For ev'ry kiss I'm paying with a teardrop, for ev'ry smile I'm paying with a sigh
Music by: Bohme, Dave.
Words by: Bohme, Dave.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams Vee & Abbott Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Forevermore.
First Line: Forevermore 'til stars fade in the sky, 'til birds no longer fly, 'til rivers all run dry
Chorus:
Music by: Rose, Marie.
Words by: Miele, Elizabeth.
P/P/D: New York : Television Song Productions, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Go 'way 'lasses.
First Line: When I sit down at the table, I find I've lost my appetite
Chorus: Go 'way 'lasses, you done lost your sweet taste, might as well skidoo
Music by: Henderson, Fletcher, Mildred Bell, Harry Bell, and Harry Glenn.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Superior Melodies Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Helegged hillegged.
First Line: Who started this silly patter? Nobody knows
Chorus: Piggy bom biggy said a higgy go diggy, a helegged hiledded hog
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Honey Dew you really love me true.
First Line: Oh just you Honey Dew do you really love me true you ask me
Chorus:
Music by: Kayluck, Alfred.
Words by: Kayluck, Alfred.
P/P/D: Detroit : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I almost lost my mind.
First Line: When I lost my baby I almost lost my mind
Chorus:
Music by: Hunter, Ivory Joe.
Words by: Hunter, Ivory Joe.
P/P/D: New York : St. Louis Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I got tookin (by a good, good-looking man).
First Line: Oh! I got tookin by a good, good-lookin' man, feller name of Dan
Chorus:
Music by: Elliott, Jack, and Harold Spina.
Words by: Elliott, Jack, and Harold Spina.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I hurt inside.
First Line:
Chorus: I hurt inside! It's that old heartache! I hurt inside! And you don't care!
Music by: Fortner, Red.
Words by: Fortner, Red.
P/P/D: Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbott Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I just heard the news.
First Line: I just heard the news about you, heard that you will soon be wed
Chorus:
Music by: Batchelor, John H.
Words by: Vandervoort, Paul, II.
P/P/D: Whitakers, NC : Oak Music Pub. Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I like that.
First Line: I like that isn't kissin' lots of fun? I like that, but we've only just begun
Chorus:
Music by: Worrell, Frank.
Words by: Worrell, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I look at you (a t'regarder).
First Line: I look at you, and my eyes must admire, all that you show of desire.
Chorus:
Music by: Constantin, Jean.
Words by: Aznavour, Charles, and Rainey Robinson.
P/P/D: New York : Zodiac Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you could love me.
First Line: If you could love me forever, dear, then heav'n above me would be so near
Chorus:
Music by: Kogen, Harry.
Words by: Baker, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: If you've got the money I've got the time.
First Line: If you've got the money I've got the time, we'll go honky tonkin' and we'll have a time
Chorus:
Music by: Frizzell, Lefty, and Jim Beck.
Words by: Frizzell, Lefty, and Jim Beck.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'm a big red fire engine.
First Line: I'm a big red fire engine, and I clang, clang, clang, as I roll along
Chorus:
Music by: Martin, Cliff.
Words by: Martin, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I've got the craziest feeling.
First Line: I've got the craziest feeling, I guess it's cause I'm losing you
Chorus:
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Jack in the box.
First Line: I want a sweetheart who's always there; not one who vanishes into air
Chorus: You're just like a Jack in the box; you keep popping up in all my dreams
Music by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
Words by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
P/P/D: K ansas City, MO : Gershman & Goodman Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Just a handful of mem'ries.
First Line: Once the time was I would cry, you'd wipe away my tears
Chorus: Handful of mem'ries and a heart full of dreams
Music by: Barber, Jimmy, and Nina P. Provow.
Words by:
P/P/D: North Carolina : Oak Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Kansas waltz.
First Line: Roamin' the plains, that's where my heart remains, under the Kansas skies
Chorus: For the land of my dreams is a prairie that gleams, where life has a flavor and zest
Music by: Redmond, Howard.
Words by: Hiler, Charlotte.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Mambo jambo.
First Line: Do the mambo, do the mambo, mambo jambo jambo
Chorus:
Music by: Prado, Perez.
Words by: Karl, Raymond, and Charlie Towne.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The man in the moon.
First Line: I've got the man in the moon on my side, he knows me inside outside
Chorus:
Music by: Morehead, Jim, and Jimmy Cassin.
Words by: Morehead, Jim, and Jimmy Cassin.
P/P/D: New York : Autograph Recording & Publishing Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Me and my teddy bear.
First Line: In the house next door to me, a little boy lives there
Chorus: Me and my teddy bear have no worries, have no care!
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Winters, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Mutual Music Society Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The meaning of a lonely heart.
First Line:
Chorus: Though you brought me a love that taught me the meaning of a lonely heart
Music by: Nolan, Kathleen.
Words by: Peterson, Betty.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Blasco Music Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: My Gypsy caravan.
First Line: Gypsy, your dark eyes ever smiling, precious one, your sweet image is enshrined in my heart
Chorus: With my quaint and charming Gypsy caravan, thru my Romany the cool stream flows
Music by: Ketya, Bennya.
Words by: Soul, Sidney.
P/P/D: S.l. : L. C. Snyder Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: New panhandle rag.
First Line: I was rambling through a Texas border town, just another guy with plenty of time
Chorus:
Music by: McAuliffe, Leon.
Words by: Pierce, Webb.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No other love.
First Line: No other love can warm my heart now that I've known the comfort of your arms
Chorus:
Music by: Russell, Bob, and Paul Weston.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: No! No! Don't ring those bells (I don't wanna get married).
First Line: I'd rather live a single life until the day I die
Chorus: No! No! Don't ring those bells! No! No! Don't ring those bells!
Music by: Alexander, Richard.
Words by: Alexander, Richard.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Oh, yes! I do!
First Line:
Chorus: I know it's daring but I keep on sharing my dreams of you, oh, yes! I do!
Music by: Paul, Monte.
Words by: Paul, Monte.
P/P/D: New York : Dubonnet Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: One year ago.
First Line: It does not seem so long ago, that underneath, the twilight glow
Chorus: One a year ago I heard you say, "I fell in love this very day"
Music by: Martin, Jessie Mae, and John Bava.
Words by: Martin, Jessie Mae, and John Bava.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The peddler's serenade.
First Line: There's a peddler comes to our house with such wonderful bargains to sell
Chorus: She-mo-lee-she-wan-na, she-mo-lee-she-wan-na, whatcha gonna buy today?
Music by: Eaton, Jimmu, J. J. Corvo, and Paul McGrane.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Star Songs, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The place where I worship (is the wide open spaces).
First Line:
Chorus: Oh the place where I worship is the wide open spaces, built by the hand of the Lord!
Music by: Goodhart, Al.
Words by: Tarr, Florence, and Fay Foster.
P/P/D: New York : A B C Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A rainy day refrain [at head of title: (Dadim dadom, dadim dadom)].
First Line: Rain on the roof, the weather is gray, it's a wonderful day
Chorus: Da-dim da-dom, da-dim da-dom, da-dim, da-dom, da-dim da-dom, I'm dreamin' to the rhythm of the rain
Music by: Gaze, Heino.
Words by: Maschwitz, Eric.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Schaeffers Musikverlag, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Red River Polka.
First Line: Toss your cares by the way, let us sing, let's be gay, let us sing and dance the polka
Chorus:
Music by: Caron, Allan.
Words by: Caron, Allan.
P/P/D: Winnipeg, Canada : Mello-Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Say it again and again.
First Line: I never get tired of hearing you say, "I love you, I love you my dear"
Chorus: Say it again and again; say those words that I long to hear
Music by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
Words by: Gershman, Harry, and Freeda Goodman.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Gershman & Goodman Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Somebody's crying.
First Line: Somebody's crying over me somewhere, somebody's heart is blue
Chorus:
Music by: Wilson, Andy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: A song for you.
First Line: I looked for something to give that would last as long as we live
Chorus:
Music by: Copeland, Bill, and The Harmonaires.
Words by: Copeland, Bill, and The Harmonaires.
P/P/D: Columbus, OH : My-Bob Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Sugar sweet.
First Line: Sugar sweet are your kisses, sugar sweet honey kisses
Chorus:
Music by: Quadling, Lew.
Words by: Elliott, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Te ame (I loved you).
First Line: I still recall the night we met, your smiling face, that sweet embrace
Chorus: Te ame my heart repeats it night and day it is the only way I say I loved you
Music by: Bonacio, Bennie.
Words by: West, Eugene, and Charro Gil.
P/P/D: New York : Melomusic Publications, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: We don't need moonlight or music.
First Line:
Chorus: We don't need moonlight or music, we don't need champagne or wine
Music by: Walz, Jean.
Words by: Snell, Ethel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ethel Snell, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When the ice-worms nest again.
First Line: There's a husky dusky maiden in the arctic, in her igloo she's waitin' there in vain
Chorus: In the land of the pale blue snow, where it's ninety-nine below
Music by: Symington, Mona, Marion Williamson, and Joyce Kolgan.
Words by: Symington, Mona, Marion Williamson, and Joyce Kolgan.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: When we're dancing.
First Line:
Chorus: When we're dancing, I'm dancing on air, and dancing on air with you is truly ecstasy
Music by: Meyer, Don, Elise Bretton, and Sherman Edwards.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Judson Music Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Willow, will you weep for me? (die fischerin vom Bodensee).
First Line: Willow, will you weep for me? Willow will you weep for me?
Chorus:
Music by: Winkler, Franz.
Words by: Manning, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The wishing well.
First Line: They say there's a fable, a story that never could be
Chorus: Once I wandered down a lane, across a hill and thru a dell
Music by: King, Mildred, Henry Jerome, and Bennie Bonacio.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Melomusic Publications Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Yea-Boo!
First Line: I know a tavern in our town, Yea! But today they closed it down. Boo!
Chorus: Yea-boo! Yea-boo! It's lots of fun to do
Music by: Kassel, Art.
Words by: Kassel, Art, and Mann Curtis.
P/P/D: New York : ABC Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

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Title: All in the golden afternoon.
First Line: Little bread and butterflies kiss the tulips, and the sun is like a toy balloon
Chorus:
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Baby, please be good to me.
First Line: I crossed the ocean wide, just to be here by your side
Chorus:
Music by: Shea, Kathleen, and Steve Callahan.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Godell Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Do?
First Line: Do you please me? Do you tease me? Do you squeeze me?
Chorus:
Music by: Shea, Kathleen, and Steve Callahan.
Words by: Shea, Kathleen, and Steve Callahan.
P/P/D: New York : Godell Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Eleanor.
First Line: Ever since I first met Eleanor, she showered me with hugs and kisses galore
Chorus: Eleanor, Eleanor, open up-a open up-a won't you please open up-a da door.
Music by: Paone, Nicola.
Words by: Paone, Nicola.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Give a broken heart a break.
First Line: Give a broken heart a break or someday you may find someone holding your heart
Chorus:
Music by: Winter, A.
Words by: Morgan, D.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Guild Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Guess I'll be playin' the field (from now on).
First Line:
Chorus: Guess I'll be playin' the field, from now on
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I have faith in you.
First Line: No matter what I'm told or what I hear, or what some people whisper in my ear
Chorus:
Music by: Weiss, George, and Ken Macomber.
Words by: Weiss, George, and Ken Macomber.
P/P/D: New York : Wise Music Publications, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wanna say hello!
First Line: I wanna say hello! I wanna see you smile! I wanna hold you in my arms again!
Chorus:
Music by: MacDonald, Jimmy.
Words by: Hoffman, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Johnstone-Montei Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wish I had never seen sunshine.
First Line: Once we were so happy, our future so bright
Chorus: I wish I had never seen sunshine, I wish I had never seen blue
Music by: Roberts, Johnnie, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Roberts, Johnnie, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I wish you all the luck in the world.
First Line: I thought love like ours would live forever, never dreamed we'd part some day
Chorus: I wish you all the luck in the world, I mean it, with all my heart
Music by: Hill, Wes, and Frances Wallace.
Words by: Hill, Wes, and Frances Wallace.
P/P/D: Chicago : M. M. Cole Publishing Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: I'm not so lucky after all.
First Line: Well, maybe I'm not so lucky after all, because it seems each time I fall everything goes wrong
Chorus:
Music by: Stallings, Laurelle, and John H. Batchelor.
Words by: Stallings, Laurelle, and John H. Batchelor.
P/P/D: Whitakers, NC : Oak Music Publishing Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Let's live a little.
First Line: Take your little lips and kiss me, take your little arms and squeeze me
Chorus:
Music by: Coletharp, Ruth E.
Words by: Coletharp, Ruth E.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Lonesome whistle.
First Line: I was ridin' number nine, headin' south from Caroline
Chorus:
Music by: Williams, Hank, and Jimmie Davis.
Words by: Williams, Hank, and Jimmie Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Jimmie Davis Music Corp., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Looking for a bluebird.
First Line: Looking for a bluebird, one small bluebird, ev'ry one is looking on his own
Chorus:
Music by: Selden, Albert.
Words by: Shevelove, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Ma! My toys are broken.
First Line: When Christmas morning comes around the kids all rush to play
Chorus: Ma! My toys are broken ev'rything I got for Christmas is a wreck
Music by: Jacobs, Adrian.
Words by: Jacobs, Adrian.
P/P/D: New York : Melomusic Pub. Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Maria Bonita.
First Line: The stars were low over Mexico and my heart beat so when I saw my Maria Bonita
Chorus:
Music by: Lara, Agustin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Perfectly.
First Line: Seems I've just found out what true love is about
Chorus: It's elementary, just like the A-B-C, that you and I agree perfectly
Music by: Paris, Joan, and Harvey Lawrence.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Godell Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Pickin' em up and puttin' em down.
First Line: Went down to see my gal last night, it was awful dark, didn't have no light
Chorus: Just pickin' 'em up and puttin' 'em down, I never stopped to look around
Music by: Perry, Owen.
Words by: Perry, Owen.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Poppy the puppy.
First Line: There are pups and pups and dogs and dogs, they're all nice you'll agree
Chorus: Poppy the puppy lives right in Santa Claus town
Music by: Johnston, Tommy.
Words by: Johnston, Tommy.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Riding the Wabash Road.
First Line: Choo, choo, choo, rhythm choo, choo, choo, choo, choo, choo, rhythm
Chorus: I hear the old whistle blowing, she's running right on time
Music by: Elsmo, Cy.
Words by: Elsmo, Cy.
P/P/D: Racine, WI : Elsmo Brothers Publishers, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Rose of the mountain.
First Line: On a mountain 'way up high where the tree tops kiss the sky
Chorus: Rose of the mountain I'm waiting for you tonight, oh-le, oh-le, oh-le, oh-le-ay
Music by: Lang, Hans.
Words by: Rollins, Jack, and Frances Kane.
P/P/D: Beverly Hills : Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Still waters run deep.
First Line:
Chorus: The long day is hot when you're ridin', and at night when I lay down to sleep
Music by: Morgan, D., and Bruce Morgan.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood : Guild Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: Twas brillig.
First Line: 'Twas brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe
Chorus:
Music by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
Words by: Raye, Don, and Gene De Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: The Yodlers waltz.
First Line: Bluebird! Sing to me 'cause my heart is free as I hear the yodlers waltz
Chorus:
Music by: Carr, Cy.
Words by: Carr, Cy.
P/P/D: Winnipeg, Canada : Mello-Music Publishing Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You have to have love.
First Line: You have to have love no matter what else you have you have to have love
Chorus:
Music by: Selden, Albert.
Words by: Fetter, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Spitzer Songs Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951

Title: You're somebody else's sweetheart.
First Line:
Chorus: You're somebody else's sweetheart, you're somebody else's thrill
Music by: Motola, George, and Charles Cleek.
Words by: Motola, George, and Charles Cleek.
P/P/D: New York : Fanmar Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK PS 1948-1951


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