Kirk Collection:
Popular Song Index
(Commercial Sheet Music)

Complete Catalog

All titles have been digitized.
Dated songs through 1923 as well as select no-date titles
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Fair-use restrictions apply to post-1923 materials,
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This index contains popular songs published from ca.1865-1968. The collection consists mostly of 22 x 28 cm. (8 1/2 x 11 in.) pages of commercial sheet music. 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 artist-copy country music, sheet music, and professional/artist song sheets has approximately 7,500 items.

The commercial sheet music holdings, according to the most recent database count, are 2,089. Albeit infrequently, additional songs are sometimes purchased or donated to the collection. As this occurs, the records will be added and made accessible according to the prevailing copyright guidelines (see above).

These songs are housed as part of the Kirk Collection in the Special Collections Department of Cunningham Memorial Library at Indiana State University. An indexed version of the data is also available.

The Kirk Collection contains in excess of 14,000 examples of American popular music in various genres published until as late as 1972. For further information about this index or general questions regarding other collections in or policies of the Special Collections Department, e-mail the department at librbsc@indstate.edu, use the provided form or call 812/237-2610.

1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876
1877 1878 1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888
1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900
1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912
1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924
1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936
1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948
1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960
1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 N.D.


____________________ 1865____________________

Title: The song of the sea shell.
First Line: You stoop'd and pick'd a wreathed shell, beside the shining, shining sea
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Music by: Converse, Charlie C.
Words by: Converse, Charlie C.
P/P/D: New York : Wm. A. Pond and Co., c1865.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1866____________________

Title: India May.
First Line: India May, by the firefly's light, I stand in the old cottage door
Chorus: Sleeping, sleeping and ever the sweet waters play
Music by: Thompson, H. S.
Words by: Thompson, H. S.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Balmer & Weber., c1866.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Mary's waiting at the window.
First Line: Years have past since last we parted, at the cottage door
Chorus: Smile upon her stars of heaven, as I look to thee
Music by: Hays, William S.
Words by: Hays, William S.
P/P/D: St. Louis : J. L. Peters and Bros., c1866.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1868____________________

Title: Now the summer days are come.
First Line: Now the summer days are come, and the flow'rs are in bloom
Chorus:
Music by: Hodge, C. R.
Words by: Hodge, C. R.
P/P/D: New York, Terre Haute, Cinn., Chicago, St. Louis, and Galveston : J. L. Peters, c1868.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1870____________________

Title: Close the door gently, for Mother's asleep.
First Line: Close the door gently, for Mother's asleep; her fever is broken -- her slumber is deep
Chorus: Mother's asleep, Mother's asleep, close the door softly, for Mother's asleep
Music by: Geary, Gustavus.
Words by: Fredericks, C. S.
P/P/D: Boston : Oliver Ditson and Co., c1870.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Come, birdie, come.
First Line: Beautiful bird of spring has come, seeking a place to build his home
Chorus: Come, birdie, come and live with me, we will be happy and free
Music by: White, C. A.
Words by: White, C. A.
P/P/D: Boston : White, Smith & Perry, c1870.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: The German's fatherland. Was ist des Deutschen Vaterland?
First Line: Which is the German's fatherland? Is't Swabia? or Prussia's land?
Chorus:
Music by: Reichardt, G.
Words by: Merz, Karl.
P/P/D: Cleveland : S. Brainard and Sons, c1870.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Watch on the Rhine (Die Wacht am Rhein).
First Line: There's swells a cry as thunders crash, as clash of swords and breakers dash
Chorus: Dear Fatherland, let peace be thine
Music by: Wilhelm, Carl.
Words by: Wilhelm, Carl.
P/P/D: S.l. : J. Church and Co., c1870.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1872____________________

Title: Will you love me when I'm old?
First Line: I would ask you, my darling, a question, soft and low
Chorus: Life's morn will soon be waning, and its eve'ning bells be toll'd
Music by: Ford, J.
Words by: Ford, J.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : F. A. North and Co., c1872.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1873____________________

Title: When the swallows homeward fly (Wenn die schwalben heimwaerts zieh'n).
First Line: When the swallows homeward fly, when the roses scatter'd lie
Chorus:
Music by: Abt, Franz.
Words by: Abt, Franz.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Kunkel Bros., c1873.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1874____________________

Title: I'se gwine back to Dixie.
First Line: I'se gwine back to Dixie, no more I'se gwine to wander
Chorus: I'se gwine back to Dixie, I'se gwine back to Dixie I'se gwine where the orange blossoms grow
Music by: White, C. A.
Words by: White, C. A.
P/P/D: Chicago and Boston : White, Smith & Co., c1874.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1879____________________

Title: Chanson du torréador.
First Line: Thanks Señors, the honor that you do me, is well deserved, for we half soldiers are
Chorus:
Music by: Bizet, Georges.
Words by: Rosler, F. W.
P/P/D: New York : Schirmer, G., c1879.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1880____________________

Title: Do they miss me at home?
First Line: Do they miss me at home, do they miss me? 'Twould be an assurance most dear
Chorus:
Music by: Grannis, S. M.
Words by: Amphions.
P/P/D: Boston : O. Ditson and Co., c1880.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: I'll be a friend to you.
First Line: The roses of the summer time, had faded all away
Chorus: Remember should you need a friend, my heart is fond
Music by: Green, Frank W.
Words by: Cary Jr., R. L.
P/P/D: New York : Wm. Adrian Smith, c1880.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1882____________________

Title: Only a pansy blossom.
First Line: Ah! 'Tis only a pansy blossom, only a withered flower
Chorus:
Music by: Howard, Frank.
Words by: Rexford, E. E.
P/P/D: S.l. : John Church and Co., c1882.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1884____________________

Title: My sailor boy's returned.
First Line: His gallant ship comes sailing home, Upon the waters blue
Chorus: My bonnie sailor boy's returned, for him my heart has yearned
Music by: Howard, Frank.
Words by: Howard, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms and Co., c1884.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1885____________________

Title: The old year dies to-night.
First Line: 'Twas an evening in December, the last night of the year
Chorus: Then let the old year go, you can never stop his flight
Music by: Geibel, Adam.
Words by: Geibel, Adam.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., c1885.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1886____________________

Title: Little mischief you.
First Line: Oh, how sweet to listen, when the day is done
Chorus:
Music by: Witmark, Isidor.
Words by: Witmark, Isidor.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark and Sons., c1886.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1887____________________

Title: In dreamland far away.
First Line: A beautiful castle I've built for thee, in dreamland far away
Chorus: O, sweet will be our blisses, O, sweet will be our blisses!
Music by: Danks, H. P.
Words by: Birdseye, George.
P/P/D: New York : Richard A. Saalfield., c1887.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1890____________________

Title: Mother's wandering boy.
First Line: My boy, why will you leave your home
Chorus: Come back, come back my wand'ring boy, come back, come back once more to me
Music by: Belcher, Thomas.
Words by: Belcher, Thomas.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Ind. : A. R. White, M.D., c1890.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1891____________________

Title: Pauline
First Line: Pauline! . . . my Pauline! Ah! dare I still . . . to call you mine!
Chorus:
Music by: Maywood, George.
Words by: Smith, Harry B.
P/P/D: Chicago : S. Brainard's Sons Co., c1891.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1892____________________

Title: The sweetest story ever told.
First Line: Oh, answer me a question, love, I pray
Chorus:
Music by: Stults, R. M.
Words by: Stults, R. M.
P/P/D: England : Oliver Ditson Company, c1892.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1893____________________

Title: Russia.
First Line: Resting now are lash and lance, dear
Chorus:
Music by: Hollaender, Victor.
Words by: Hollaender, Victor.
P/P/D: London : Wm Rohlfing and Sons, c1893.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1894____________________

Title: Eileen Aroon.
First Line: I know a valley fair, Eileen Aroon
Chorus:
Music by: Moore, Raymon.
Words by: Griffin, Gerald.
P/P/D: New York : Howley, Haviland and Co., c1894.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: My sweetheart, Kitty Hayes.
First Line: Within a little cottage just behind a schoolhouse old, there dwells a charming miss, Kitty Hayes
Chorus: Charming ways has Kitty Hayes, sparkling eyes so blue
Music by: Hayes, John Winsler.
Words by: Hayes, John Winsler.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., c1894.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Submission.
First Line: I leave it all with Thee, this burden of my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Baldwin, Ralph L.
Words by: Baldwin, Ralph L.
P/P/D: Boston, Leipzig, and New York : Arthur P. Schmidt, c1894.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1895____________________

Title: A dream.
First Line: Last night I was dreaming, of thee love was dreaming, I dream'd thou did'st promise we never should part
Chorus:
Music by: Bartlett, J.C.
Words by: Cory, Charles C.
P/P/D: Boston : Oliver Ditson Co., c1895.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Just a plain American girl.
First Line: When they talk of foreign beauty that's on the other side, we have no fear for our girls here, all fill our hearts with pride
Chorus: Just a plain American girl is good enough for me, I don't like the foreign styles they have across the sea
Music by: Marion, Dave.
Words by: Marion, Dave.
P/P/D: Chicago : Dave Marion & Co., c1895.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1896____________________

Title: In the baggage coach ahead.
First Line: On a dark stormy night, as the train rattled on, all the passengers had gone to bed
Chorus: While the train rolled onward, a husband sat in tears, thinking of the happiness, of just a few short years
Music by: Davis, Gussie L.
Words by: Davis, Gussie L.
P/P/D: New York : Howley, Haviland & Co., c1896.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Then comes the sad awakening.
First Line: A maid and youth were lovers, in the long ago
Chorus: Then comes the sad awakening, the pangs of deep regret
Music by: Clauder, Jos.
Words by: Harris, Charles K.
P/P/D: New York : Charles K. Harris, c1896.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Who'll buy my lavender?
First Line: Ladies fair, I bring to you lavender with spikes of blue
Chorus:
Music by: German, Edward.
Words by: Battersby, Caryl.
P/P/D: New York : Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., c1896.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: The world contains but one.
First Line: Lovers may boast for their sweethearts, fancy them jewels so grand...
Chorus: Never could you find her like and search the wide world o'er,
Music by: Northrup, Theo. A.
Words by: Fagan, Barney.
P/P/D: Detroit, Chicago, and Buffalo : The Michigan Stove Co., c1896.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1987____________________

Title: Birds of the wildwood.
First Line: The birds in glee are singing, with their notes the dell is ringing
Chorus: Gay birds, through time is fleeting
Music by: Vickers, George M.
Words by: Vickers, George M.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., c1897.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Break the news to mother.
First Line: While the shot and shell were screaming upon the battle field
Chorus: Just break the news to Mother, she knows how dear I love her
Music by: Harris, Charles K.
Words by: Harris, Charles K.
P/P/D: Milwaukee : Charles K. Harris, c1897.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: On the banks of the Wabash, far away.
First Line: 'Round my Indiana homestead wave the cornfields, in the distance loom the woodlands clear and cool
Chorus: Oh, the moonlight's fair tonight along the Wabash, from the fields there comes the breath of hay
Music by: Dresser, Paul.
Words by: Dresser, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Richmond Music Co., c1897.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Pity the newsboy.
First Line: Just a small newsboy am I... my days are spent here on the street
Chorus:
Music by: Ford, Abbie A.
Words by: Ford, Abbie A.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : National Music Co., c1897.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1898____________________

Title: The boy guessed right.
First Line: There once was a little boy who went to school, And he was an aggravating lad!
Chorus: And the boy guessed right the very first time, very first time, very first time!
Music by: Monckton, Lionel.
Words by: Monckton, Lionel.
P/P/D: New York and London : Boosey and Co., c1898.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Gypsy love song (slumber on, my little gypsy sweetheart).
First Line: The birds of the forest are calling for thee
Chorus: Slumber on, my little gypsy sweetheart
Music by: Herbert, Victor.
Words by: Smith, Harry B.
P/P/D: : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1898.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: The ribbon she wore.
First Line: I have left a girl behind me Who is sweeter than a rose, And her gentle heart I know is warm and true
Chorus: Love from her eyes is beaming... She is pure and fair
Music by: Vickers, George M.
Words by: Vickers, George M.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., c1898.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: The rosary [:] Le rosaire [:] Der rosenkranz.
First Line: The hours I spent with thee, dear heart are as a string of pearls to me
Chorus:
Music by: Nevin, Ethelbert.
Words by: Rogers, Robert Cameron, and C. Eschig and Carl Engel.
P/P/D: Boston : Boston Music Co., c1898.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Under the mistletoe-bough.
First Line: Snow in the fields and the Christmas bells ringing their glad refrain, arm in arm with my sweetheart Nell adown thro' the wooded lane
Chorus: Under the evergreen mistle, where loving hearts unite when the world around us seem so gay and so bright
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Collins, Oliver.
P/P/D: Chicago : Victor Kreme Co., c1898.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: While the leaves came drifting down.
First Line: Down a winding road at eve we strayed my love and I
Chorus: While the leaves came drifting down we strayed my love and I
Music by: Nevada, Hattie.
Words by: Nevada, Hattie.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Talking Machine Co., c1898.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1899____________________

Title: At the bottom of the deep blue sea.
First Line: Under the billowy waves down, down goes he
Chorus: No fear has he for dangers that dwell
Music by: Petrie, H. W.
Words by: Lamb, A. J.
P/P/D: New York City : Maurice Richmond Music Co., c1899.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Bring de banjo, Ebenezer.
First Line: When de summer moon am shining, when de gentle night wind blows
Chorus: Bring de banjo, Ebenezer! Play us a song that we know
Music by: Vickers, George M.
Words by: Vickers, George M.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., c1899.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: The girl I loved in sunny Tennessee.
First Line: On a morning bright and clear to my old home I drew near, just a village down in sunny Tennessee
Chorus: We could hear the darkies singing as she said farewell to me
Music by: Carter, Stanley.
Words by: Braisted, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1899.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Hearts and flowers.
First Line: Out amongst the flowers sweet, lingers pretty Marguerite
Chorus:
Music by: Moses-Tobani, Theo.
Words by: Brine, Mary D.
P/P/D: London, New York and Leipzig : Carl Fischer, c1899.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: My wild Irish rose.
First Line: If you listen, I'll sing you a sweet little song of a flower that's now drooped and dead
Chorus: My wild Irish rose, the sweetest flow'r that grows
Music by: Olcott, Chauncey.
Words by: Olcott, Chauncey.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1899.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: On the banks of the Wabash, far away.
First Line: 'Round my Indiana home stead wave the cornfield, in the distance loom the woodlands clear and cool
Chorus: Oh the moonlight's fair tonight along the Wabash, from the fields there comes the breath of new mown hay
Music by: Dresser, Paul.
Words by: Dresser, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1899.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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____________________ 1900____________________

Title: The after-while.
First Line: I know a dear old meadow where daisies bloom so fair
Chorus: Flowers are always the fairest that grow at the end of the path
Music by: Jose, R. J.
Words by: Eastman, Philip.
P/P/D: S.l. : Howley, Haviland and Co., c1900.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Beyond the gates of Paradise.
First Line: Beyond the gates of Paradise, those pearly gates ajar
Chorus: Beyond the gates of Paradise, a welcome waits for me
Music by: King, Rob't A.
Words by: Neal, Henry V.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1900.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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____________________ 1901____________________

Title: The country girl.
First Line: I've lived my life 'mid cows and hens I've dearly loved two little wrens
Chorus: Ah! I'd really like if it were fit, to run around the town a bit
Music by: Edwards, Julian.
Words by: Stange, Stanislaus.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Don't wear your heart on your sleeve.
First Line: See, mother dear, look at Jack's picture! Isn't he grand, handsome and tall?
Chorus: Don't wear your heart on your sleeve! Think well before you believe
Music by: Stern, Jos. W.
Words by: Marks, Edw. B.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: For love I live alone.
First Line: My subjects dear grave matters I'm debating unkindly fate has played me false
Chorus:
Music by: Luders, Gustav.
Words by: Pixley, Frank.
P/P/D: New York, London, Chicago and San Francisco : M. Wittman and Sons, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Goodnight is but your last good bye.
First Line: You have said goodnight, dear, when you meant goodbye, there's a frown upon your brow
Chorus: Goodnight, dear heart, Tho' you have said goodnight, goodnight for now I know your meaning
Music by: Friedman, Leo, and Jeffrey T. Branen.
Words by: Friedman, Leo, and Jeffrey T. Branen.
P/P/D: Chicago : Sol Bloom, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: If I but knew!
First Line: If I but knew your heart were true, and time could never change your love
Chorus:
Music by: Pratt, W. A. and Baume, J. W.
Words by: Pratt, W. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Twentieth Century Music Co., c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I'll be with you when the roses bloom again.
First Line: They are roaming in the gloaming, where the roses are in bloom
Chorus: When the roses bloom again beside the river, and the robin redbreast sings his sweet refrain
Music by: Cobb & Edwards.
Words by: Cobb & Edwards.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I've grown so used to you.
First Line: In an old old-fashioned homestead sat a couple old and gray, they were on the way to threescore years and ten
Chorus: When your eyes so bright have lost their light, your voice so dear no longer here
Music by: Chattaway, Thurland.
Words by: Chattaway, Thurland.
P/P/D: New York : Howley, Haviland & Dresser, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Mighty lak' a rose.
First Line: Sweetest li'l feller, everybody knows
Chorus:
Music by: Nevin, Ethelbert.
Words by: Stanton, Frank L.
P/P/D: Cincinnati, New York and London : John Church Co., c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: 'Tis not always bullets that kill.
First Line: Now, dear uncle, tell me why you are sighing, I've been watching you all the day
Chorus: 'Tis not always bullets that kill, though some day I pray they will
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: Milwakee : Chas. K. Harris, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When the golden sun has sunk into the West.
First Line: Now charming ladies do not turn a shoulder cold on what to you may seem a proposition bold
Chorus: And when the golden sun has sunk into the west
Music by: Francis, W. T.
Words by: Stewart, Grant.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London, Toronto and Havana : M. Witmark and Sons, c1901.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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____________________ 1902____________________

Title: Because.
First Line: Because you come to me with naught save love, and hold my hand and lift mine eyes above
Chorus:
Music by: d'Hardelot, Guy.
Words by: d'Hardelot, Guy, and Edward Teschemacher.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Ltd., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Foxy Grandpa.
First Line: There's a chap that's just now famous, Foxy Grandpa is his name
Chorus: It's only Foxy Grandpa, there is no use getting vexed
Music by: Stilman, B. D., and Victor Vogel.
Words by: Stilman, B. D., and Victor Vogel.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The gambling man.
First Line: Bill Williams was a gambling man one of the reckless kind
Chorus: One day it's milk and honey, next day hustling round for money
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York and San Francisco : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I am de leadin' lady ob de town.
First Line: Oh, I am de leadin' lady ob de town you know by my style
Chorus: Dat's jes' what I am, my darlin, I lead de social race
Music by: Lane, Theodore.
Words by: Lane, Theodore.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: In sunny Africa.
First Line: In sunny Africa, oh, oh, oh, oh, There lives a maiden fair, oh, oh, oh, oh
Chorus: When the sun was shining down in Africa, oh, oh, oh
Music by: Barron, Ted S.
Words by: Trahern, Al.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Toronto : Leo. Feist, c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Kitty.
First Line: You may talk about your fashionable beauties, who set men's hearts aglow
Chorus: Kitty, Kitty, pretty and witty, you'll be lost when her you spy
Music by: Solomon, Frederic.
Words by: Goodwin, J. Cheever.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The mansion of aching hearts.
First Line: The last dance was over, the music had ceased, and the dancers were leaving the hall
Chorus: She lives in a mansion of aching hearts, She's one of a restless throng
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: On Loch Lomond.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Arthur L.
Words by:
P/P/D: Boston, New York, Leipzig and London : The B. F. Wood Music Co., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Senorita.
First Line: When the moon is softly beaming, and stars are shining bright
Chorus: Oh! love ting, ting a ling, ting, ting a ling, tumtum, senorita none is sweeter
Music by: Russel, Leah.
Words by: Russel, Leah.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The submarine boat.
First Line: "Tells us the story, will you please, you started on the boat." "About the ocean blue, my boys, about the ocean blue?"
Chorus: Jonah was the captain of the submarine boat Whale! He could whip 'most anything that came across his trail
Music by: Hart, Joseph.
Words by: Baker, Elville.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Take me back (Herald Square).
First Line: Oh! I'm waiting for the sailing of the ship that takes me home to that little old New York across the foam!
Chorus: Take me back! Take me back! Take me back to Herald Square
Music by: Englander, Ludwig.
Words by: Hobart, George V.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The tale of the seashell.
First Line: In days of long ago a moonbeam loved a star
Chorus: Sweetheart I'll love you ever oh, doubt me never
Music by: Luders, Gustav.
Words by: Pixley, Frank.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : M. Witmark and Sons, c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: 'Tis sweet to be remembered.
First Line: As I rambled o'er the world, just to suit my roving mind
Chorus: 'Tis sweet to be remembered, on a bright or gloomy day
Music by: Cook, William Marshall.
Words by: Cook, William Marshall.
P/P/D: New York : Vandersloot Music Co., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Trouble.
First Line: Some folks dey hab it awful easy dat don't mean me
Chorus: Trouble well I gues dat's trouble I'se almost crazy
Music by: Meakim, Fletcher.
Words by: Davids, George W.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, and London : M. Witmark and Sons, c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: 'Twas night in old Judea.
First Line: 'Twas night in old Judea, the flocks in silence lay;
Chorus: Glory to God in the highest, Hail we the Savior's birth
Music by: Davison, W. E.
Words by: Davison, W. E.
P/P/D: Boston, Leipzig and New York : Arthur P. Schmidt, c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Under the deodar.
First Line: Over the mountain passes, under the peaks of snow
Chorus:
Music by: Monckton, Lionel.
Words by: Ross, Adrian.
P/P/D: London and New York : Chappell and Co., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: A vision of Paradise.
First Line: One night I dreamed a dream so strange, O, hearken to my story!
Chorus: Remember thy Redeemer, though steep be the path and dim
Music by: Trevelyan, Arthur.
Words by: Trevelyan, Arthur.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold.
First Line: When the busy day is o'er and the sun is sinking low'r, then I seem to see a dear old southern home;
Chorus: Oh the old church bells are ringing, and the mocking birds are singing, as they sang around the place in days of old
Music by: Petrie, H. W.
Words by: Buckner, Eva Fern.
P/P/D: New York and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1902.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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____________________ 1903____________________

Title: Beneath the palms of Paradise.
First Line: Beneath the palms of Paradise, how sweet our love would seem; yet, e'en as in the sunset skies, the wealth of golden color dies, so died love's golden dream
Chorus: O! come with me, across the sea, my heart and soul's most precious prize; and tho' in vain love once again, beneath the palms of Paradise
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1903.
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Title: Dear old girl.
First Line: 'Twas a sunny day in June, when the birds were all in tune, and the songs they sang all seemed to be of you
Chorus: Dear old girl, the robin sings above you, Dear old girl, it speaks of how I love you
Music by: Morse, Theodore F.
Words by: Buck, Richard Henry.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Good evenin'.
First Line: A walkin' down de street de other evenin' kinder late jes a thinkin' to a mahsef'
Chorus: Good evenin'. Won't you take a mah ahm?
Music by: Cook, Will Marion.
Words by: Dunbar, Paul Laurence.
P/P/D: Chicago: Hearst's Chicago American, 1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Mister E. Z. Mark.
First Line: There was a man in Gotham and his name was E. Z. Mark, the best that ever happened, from the Batt'ry to the Park
Chorus: Mister E. Z. Mark, Mister E. Z. Mark, You're the best I ever knew! A dummy is a fool to you!
Music by: Remington, Earle.
Words by: Remington, Earle.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My own my Gipsy bride.
First Line: What shadow now o'er casts they brow? Do I love offend?
Chorus: Ah, darling list to me, I love thee, only thee
Music by: Hall, W. W.
Words by: Hall, W. W.
P/P/D: Chicago : Hearst's Chicago American, 1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Navajo.
First Line: Down on the sand hills of New Mexico there lives an Indian maid
Chorus: Nava, Nava, my Navajo. I have a love for you that will grow
Music by: Vanalstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York, Detroit, Chicago and London : Shapiro, Remick and Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: New York town for mine, boys.
First Line: When the frost's taken wing, and the summer is king
Chorus: New York town for mine, boys, New York town for mine
Music by: Callahan, Frank L.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley and H. H. Neimeyer.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Toronto and London : Howley, Haviland, Dresser, c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: On a good old time sleigh ride.
First Line: Dearie, hear those old sleigh bells chime, don't you know it's sleigh ride time?
Chorus: Come on, dearie, for that old sleigh ride Come on, dearie, cuddle by my side;
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Allison, Andrew K.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Redemption.
First Line: In the musty gray of the early dawn, o'er the mountain's stony road
Chorus: "Come unto me," he heard afar, "And I will give you rest!"
Music by: Stults, R. M.
Words by: Stults, R. M.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Resignation (There is no song within our glad heart singing).
First Line: There is no song within our glad heart singing, but has an echo of some minor strain.
Chorus:
Music by: Roma, Caro.
Words by: Roma, Caro.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston and London : M. Witmark and Sons, c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Rock me in the cradle of the golden long ago.
First Line: Oh! how well do I remember when I left the dear old home.
Chorus: Rock me gently in the cradle of the golden long ago tell the tales I loved in childhood's happy day.
Music by: Gill, Cary.
Words by: Gill, Cary.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and Terre Haute : Delbert Music Publishing Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The rosary.
First Line: The hours I spent with thee, dear heart, are as a string of pearls to me
Chorus:
Music by: Welles, Georgia B.
Words by: Rogers, Robert Cameron.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Eclipse Publishing Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Sukey Sue.
First Line: De moon am shinin' through the trees, jus' like adown the old levees;
Chorus: Sue! Sue! I'm heah to woo you, the stars am shining bright;
Music by: Witt, Max S.
Words by: Ranken, Frederic.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: They all spoke well of you.
First Line: 'Twas midnight in a concert hall, the dancers glided by, the college boys had just returned that day;
Chorus: 'They all spoke well of you, their love remains the same;
Music by: Trahern, Al.
Words by: Trahern, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Al Trahern, c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Under the Anheuser Bush.
First Line: Talk about the shade of the sheltering palms
Chorus: Come, Come, Come and make eyes with me, Under the Anheuser Bush
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When you go to London Town, gay Paree or Dixie land [Incomplete].
First Line: We all want to go to a city you know tho' its ancient it has renown:
Chorus: When you go to London, London, London, when you go to London Town
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1903.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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____________________ 1904____________________

Title: Ay vant to go back to Sveden.
First Line: Ay tank ay travelled party good, an' now ay vant to stop.
Chorus: Ay vant to see Sveden, ay bat you Tan doaler ay naver gat dar.
Music by: Chapin, Frederic.
Words by: Steely, Guy F.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco : M. Witmark and Sons, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Beatrice Barefacts.
First Line: Dear Beatrice Barefacts, a country girl am I, Next month I'm going down to town
Chorus: Oh, write to Beatrice Barefacts whenever you are in doubt, oh, she will help you out
Music by: Herbert, Victor.
Words by: Mac Donough, Glen.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco : M. Witmark and Sons, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The burglar and his child.
First Line: A mother was putting their baby to rest, in a cradle of gold and white, with a loving caress to the one she loves best, she says her farewells for the night
Chorus: Now I lay me down to sleep, pray the Lord my soul to keep; if I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take
Music by: Parker, W. C.
Words by: Northup, Joseph.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Down in the subway.
First Line: There's a new place at last to go spooning where lovers can love with delight
Chorus: Down in the Subway, oh, what a place
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: New York, Detroit and Chicago : Shapiro, Remick and Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Eva Tanguay's love song.
First Line: This is one of those songs that I'm going to sing, that you'll all join in
Chorus: I love but only one, and that is you
Music by: Collins, Melville S.
Words by: Collins, Melville S.
P/P/D: Brooklyn, N. Y. : Melville S. Collins, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Ev'ry little bit helps.
First Line: A dusky coon, who came to spoon, his lady love from morn till noon
Chorus: Give me just one loving smile, ev'ry little bit helps Let me hold your hand a while, ev'ry little bit helps
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Whiting, George.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco and London : Harry Von Tilzer, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Give my regards to Broadway.
First Line: Did you ever see two Yankees part upon a foreign shore
Chorus: Give my regards to Broadway, remember me to Herald Square
Music by: Cohan, Geo. M.
Words by: Cohan, Geo. M.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The goblin man.
First Line: Have you heard of the goblin man? Great big mouth and eyes
Chorus: Gobble, gobble, gobble, dat's the goblin man, He comes for to cook you in his fryin' pan.
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Rose, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The gondolier.
First Line: There was once a noble lover, who would hover 'neath the cover of a bower
Chorus: My sweet Venetian daughter, queen of the streets of water
Music by: Powell, W. C.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York, Detroit and Chicago : Shapiro, Remick and Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Good-bye my lady love.
First Line: So you're going away Because your heart has gone astray
Chorus: Good bye, my lady love, Farewell, my turtle dove
Music by: Howard, Jos. E.
Words by: Howard, Jos. E.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Honey won't you let me know.
First Line: Lonesome little coon, sighin' 'neath the moon, Sighin' bout his absent lazy love
Chorus: If a you love me, Honey, Honey, won't you tell me so
Music by: Farrell and Frantzen.
Words by: Farrell and Frantzen.
P/P/D: New York : Howley Dresser Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I wonder will you always call me "Honey."
First Line: Way down Louisiana beside a cabin door, two little pickaninnies are playin' on the floor
Chorus: I wonder will you always call me Honey, will you always love me as you say?
Music by: Geary, T. Mayo.
Words by: Breen, Harry J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I'm trying so hard to forget you.
First Line: I'm thinking of you, darling, and how I miss you so
Chorus: I'm trying so hard to forget you, I try, but it seems all in vain
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: King of the waves.
First Line: Here's to the sailors brave who face the waves on the storm cast seas.
Chorus: Crown him with laurels, Crown him with laurels, King of the sea, King of the Sea..
Music by: Copeland, Leon.
Words by: Copeland, Leon.
P/P/D: Green Bay : L. J. Scovell, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The lily or the rose?
First Line: Two sweethearts met one summer's day, to bid a last good bye; and as he pressed her to his heart a tear bedimmed his eye
Chorus: Good bye, sweetheart, I leave you, perhaps to meet no more
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Lonesome.
First Line: Bill's away, he left the other day
Chorus: I'm so lonesome, I've been waiting long for you some one tell me what I really ought to do
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Rosey, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: No one can take your place.
First Line: Shadows of twilight are falling, brightly the fireflies gleam
Chorus: No one can take your place, dear, no one can take your place
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Gardenier, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Helf and Hager Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Oolong Li.
First Line: In the land of the Flow'ry Kingdom dwelt a China boy sad and lone
Chorus: Oolong Li Oolong Li don't despair in your love for me
Music by: Howe, Edward James, Jr.
Words by: Miller, Jos. E.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco : M. Witmark and Sons, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Rosie Shea.
First Line: Where the broad ocean rolls on the surf beaten shore, of dear old County Clare
Chorus: Over the heather in all kinds of weather, comes Rosie Shea
Music by: Jerome, Ben M.
Words by: Lowe, Allen.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Three maids and a man.
First Line: Now once it transpired that three maids admired one man and desired his heart to secure.
Chorus:
Music by: Chapin, Frederic.
Words by: Steely, Guy F.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco : M. Witmark and Sons, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Tippecanoe.
First Line: In days of old there lived a man an Injun through and through
Chorus: Tip, Tip, Tippecanoe, He tipped up the bottle until he was blue..
Music by: Vanalstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and Detroit : Shapiro, Remick and Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Uncle Sammy.
First Line: Line up, load up, strike up the fife and drum
Chorus: When Uncle Sammy rises in his might He's always sure he's right
Music by: Holzmann, Abe.
Words by: Holzmann, Abe.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Toronto : Leo. Feist, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Virginia.
First Line: 'Way down in old Virginia, the dear old Commonwealth, the home of my childhood days that gave me life and health
Chorus: Dear old Virginia, home of my birth, home of our fathers no fairer on earth
Music by: Barrackman, D. A.
Words by: Barrackman, D. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The witches.
First Line: When the stars am awinkin' and the moon am ablinkin'
Chorus: Hush, hush my little mammy boy, my baby I will not let the witch come in
Music by: Schindler, Paul.
Words by: Jansson, A.L.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The Yankee Doodle boy.
First Line: I'm the kid that's all the candy, I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy
Chorus: I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy, a Yankee Doodle, do or die; a real live nephew of my Uncle Sam's, born on the fourth of July
Music by: Cohan, Geo. M.
Words by: Cohan, Geo. M.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1904.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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____________________ 1905____________________

Title: The day that you'll forget me.
First Line: The happy day I told you of my love I'll hold in mem'ry ever dear
Chorus: But oh the day you'll me forget will break my heart, sweet heart mine
Music by: Stanley, Edward.
Words by: Stanley, Edward.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Frank K. Root and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Eyes of blue.
First Line: There's a pretty pair of eyes that haunt me in my dreams, and to me it seems, love speaks thro' their beams
Chorus: Eyes of blue, I love them because they belong to you! Heaven's hue, they can't help but be true
Music by: Coleman, Ed.
Words by: Coleman, Ed.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I wonder if you know my heart is breaking.
First Line: We parted, sweetheart, you and I, a year ago tonight
Chorus: I wonder if you know my heart is breaking, and if you knew, I wonder would you care?..
Music by: Erdman, Ernest S.
Words by: Sterns, Frank W.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago; London : Frank K. Root and Co.; Wickins and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: If you but knew the half that's in my heart.
First Line: If you but knew the half that's in my heart just half the love that's burning there for you
Chorus:
Music by: Bishop, Everett.
Words by: Weaver, Odell.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and Terre Haute : Delbert Music Publishing Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: If you knew how much I loved you.
First Line: It cannot be that you forget the many dreams of joy we've known; I've loved you from the hour we met, one word from you would all atone
Chorus: If you knew how much I loved you, in the days that now are flown; if you knew how much I treasured, only thoughts of you alone!
Music by: Smith, Emily.
Words by: Smith, Emily.
P/P/D: Chicago: Chicago Sunday American, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: In the cold gray dawn.
First Line: Under the stars of the Heavens so vast, he bade her a last farewell
Chorus: In the cold gray dawn In the cold gray dawn many a life has been cast aside
Music by: Bentley, Irene.
Words by: Di Milo, Rita.
P/P/D: Brooklyn and London : Hirsekorn and Selig, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: In the golden autumn-time my sweet Elaine.
First Line: By the gate a youth stood pleading with his sweetheart She was going to the city far away
Chorus: "Are you coming, sweet Elaine, are you coming back again?
Music by: Henry, S. R.
Words by: Gerard, Richard H.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: In the shade of the old apple tree.
First Line: The oriole with joy was sweetly singing, the little brook was bab'ling its tune,
Chorus: in the shade of the old apple tree, where the love in your eyes I could see
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry H.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: In the valley of New Hampshire.
First Line: It was twilight in the valley of New Hampshire, and the sun was slowly sinking in the west; when I came to say goodbye to my sweetheart Mary, farewell to her the girl I loved the best
Chorus: Just a quaint old cottage there, just a maiden young and fair
Music by: Collins, M. R.
Words by: Collins, M. R.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, IN : The Collins Music Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The leader of the German band.
First Line: Ev'ry day by our back door, people gather by the score
Chorus: "Schmidt" makes such a hit his cornet solo goes so high
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York, Toronto and London. : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Lights of home.
First Line: Through the window of a cottage by the sea, a mother and her boy with tear-dimmed eyes
Chorus: On the shore the lights are gleaming, in a cozy home, sweet home, loving hearts within are dreaming, of a dear one 'cross the foam
Music by: Trahern, Al.
Words by: Trahern, Al.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Little Miss Me.
First Line: A boy and a girl in a garden stood plucking the blossoms rare.
Chorus: Little boy, do you say you love me? Little boy for shame!
Music by: Hahn, George.
Words by: Lauriston, Victor.
P/P/D: Williamsport : Vandersloot Music Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Longing for you.
First Line: Little boy and little girl she his only precious pearl, quarreled neath the evening skies
Chorus: Longing for you yes, only you
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Drislane, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The musket or the sword.
First Line: Along a city pavement while the crowd was surging by, two soldiers hurried toward a mansion grand, the call "to arms" had sounded and they each had come to try, and gain a maiden's promise of her hand
Chorus: One bore a common musket, the other wore a sword, the private brave his young heart gave, twas all he could afford
Music by: Keiser, Robert.
Words by: Fleming, Carroll.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My love Amabel.
First Line: My heart beats high with hope and fear, when I approach the cottage where my loved one sleeps
Chorus: Amabel my love, Amabel, this heart dear one for you beats ever fond and true
Music by: Trusiano, Carmelo.
Words by: Kopelman, Rae.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My mama's waiting there.
First Line: A kindly stranger passing by a doorstep just at eve, a little child found lying in the snow;
Chorus: Up at the beautiful Gates of Gold, my mama's waiting there
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Sterns, Frank W.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago; London : Frank K. Root and Co.; Wickins and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Napoli.
First Line: At night when moonlight gleams across the summer sea
Chorus: Napoli, Napoli, nights of silv'ry splendor
Music by: Edwards, Leo.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Music Publishing Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: One, two, three, four.
First Line: Down by the stream where I first met Rebecca down by the stream where the sun loves to shine
Chorus: One! Two! Three! Four! Sometimes I wish there were more Ein! Zwei! Drei! Vier! I love the one that's near
Music by: Alau, Jack.
Words by: Kalama, S.
P/P/D: New York : The John Franklin Music Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Pal of mine.
First Line: Spring of life has gone forever pal of mine; In your hair of gold now threads of silver shine
Chorus: Pal of mine thro' storm and sunshine tho' the gold is turning gray
Music by: Nathan, J. S.
Words by: Costello, Bartley C.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, London, Paris, Berlin, Toronto and Sydney : Leo. Feist, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Same old moon.
First Line: In dark ages thousand years ago, lovers swore by the silv'ry moon, I know, now people still use me to spoon
Chorus: It's just the same old moon ashining, in just the same old milky way; no wonder he is pale and pining, to hear what people say
Music by: Howard, Jos. E.
Words by: Hough & Adams.
P/P/D: New York : Chas. K. Harris, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The sea is my sweetheart.
First Line: My sweetheart is waiting with longing arms, the winds gently whisper to me of her charms
Chorus: The sea is my sweetheart, the broad, deep sea, I laugh at all fear when she's angry with me.
Music by: Shackford, Charles.
Words by: Shackford, Charles.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: A social in the parlor.
First Line: The lamppost on the corner winked an eye, he gazed at a couple shy;
Chorus: Just a social in the parlor, only Cupid, you and I
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Somebody's sweetheart I want to be.
First Line: I am so lonely, I am so blue
Chorus: Somebody's sweetheart I want to be Somebody's heart beating all for me
Music by: Cobb and Edwards.
Words by: Cobb and Edwards.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Music Publishing Co, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Sonoma.
First Line: Down in the sunny land of flowers, down where t'is summer alway
Chorus: Sonoma, my Mexican maid, sweet dream of that tropical glade
Music by: Lynch & Tragman.
Words by: Lynch & Tragman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: A southern lullaby
First Line: Oh, sleep mah baby, mammy's near, wake not mah honiest have no fear
Chorus: Mummy lubs her baby, sleep, may little lady
Music by: Tocaben, Louis.
Words by: Sylvan, Marc.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Sympathy (Don't worry Bill).
First Line: Hard, hard luck, well I guess that I have had my share, fortune smiles but she just gives me the icy stare
Chorus: All I got was sympathy, but it ain't a bit of use you see
Music by: Kendis and Paley.
Words by: Kendis and Paley.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: A tale of Tokio.
First Line: There's a dainty little oriental maid, she lives 'way down in Tokio
Chorus: Heart is with you soldier lad I dream of you all day O soldier boy I love you so my heart shall never stray
Music by: Fulton, James M.
Words by: Kelley, Gerald.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Texas Dan.
First Line: Who's dat comin' down the street, Texas Dan, Patent Regals on his feet, Texas Dan.
Chorus: Texas Dan, gamblin' man, Takes a milk bath ev'ry day, and a sun bath up and down Broadway
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie.
First Line: On a Sunday morn, sat a maid forlorn
Chorus: "Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie, when the clouds go drifting by, we will be happy Nellie, don't you sigh
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When the golden corn is waving, Dora dear.
First Line: There's a quaint old fashioned homestead, where morning glories cling
Chorus: When the golden corn is waving, Dora Dear! When the husking bee is over, I'll be near;
Music by: Rosey, George.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Willis Woodward and Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Where the morning glories twine around the door.
First Line: Down in New England, far, far away, back to the homestead on the hill;
Chorus: Now, the same old moon is shining, and the roses bloom as fair
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Where the River Shannon flows.
First Line: There's a pretty spot in Ireland I always claim for my land, where the fairies and the blarney will never never die.
Chorus: Where dear old Shannon's flowing, where the three leaved Shamrock's grow
Music by: Russell, James I.
Words by: Russell, James I.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: With you.
First Line: The world seems fair, I've not a care
Chorus: With you, dear, with you, my sky is ever blue
Music by: Kingore, Margaret.
Words by: Goodall, William Richard.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1905.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly?
First Line: I am writing to you, Molly, while the fair moon softly shines, as it did the night before you went away
Chorus: Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire Molly, Ain't you coming back to see us once again?
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Roden, Robert F.
P/P/D: New York City : Helf and Hager Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Alice where art thou going.
First Line: Her Christian name is Alice and her dad's a president, her home is not a palace but an East side tenement
Chorus: Alice where art thou going where can we spend the day Alice we'll make a dead swell showing if it costs my whole weeks pay
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Heelan, Will A.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: All I want is you!
First Line: Some girls for titles pine, dear. True love's enough for mine, dear.
Chorus: I don't want a motor car! I don't care for a diamond star! I love you just as you are! All I want is you!
Music by: Kern, Jerome D.
Words by: West, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: At dawning (I love you).
First Line: When the dawn flares in the sky I love you; When the birdlings wake and cry, I love you;
Chorus:
Music by: Cadman, Charles Wakefield.
Words by: Cadman, Charles Wakefield.
P/P/D: Boston; New York; Chicago : Oliver Ditson Co; Charles H. Ditson and Co.; Lyon and Healy, Inc., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Big Indian chief.
First Line: In the wilds of Arizona Where the hungry coyote's shrills
Chorus: "Big Chief love um little Kickapoo maiden, Love um heap much too;
Music by: Johnson, Rosamond.
Words by: Cole, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Caroline.
First Line: Evening shades are creeping, song birds are sleeping bees have ceased their humming my love is coming
Chorus:
Music by: Pulfrey, Herbert G.
Words by: Pulfrey, Herbert G.
P/P/D: Saginaw : Peerless Music Publishing Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Dear little Daisy.
First Line: I know of a flow'ret small and bright, with heart that is golden and petals white
Chorus: Oh! Tell me daisy! Dear little daisy, I ask you is he true
Music by: Robyn, Alfred G.
Words by: Paulton, Edward.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco; Leipzig and Vienna; Melbourne; Toronto : M. Witmark and Sons; Josef Weinberger; Allan and Co; Canadian-American Music Co. Ltd., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Dinner bells.
First Line: There is a cotton-picking, corn-shucking on a southern farm down in sunny Alabam
Chorus: Dinner bells Oh! dinner bells how I like to hear you chime
Music by: Smith, Chris, and Harry Brown.
Words by: Smith, Chris, and Harry Brown.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Do not forget the old days [Incomplete].
First Line: Don not forget the old days, the days of long ago, do not forget the summer breezes that whispered soft and low
Chorus:
Music by: Chavez, Jean.
Words by: Chavez, Jean.
P/P/D: New York City : Lew Dockstader Publishing Company, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Holding hands and you don't say nothing at all.
First Line: Sitting in the parlor, nine o'clock at night, Spooning with the girl you love;
Chorus: Holding hands, holding hands, You sigh, she sighs, you sit side by side
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: How hearts are broken.
First Line: A maiden in the moonlight stands a lover's bending o'er her fair young form
Chorus: that's how hearts are broken, that's how lives are crossed; futures bright wrecked in a night, both soul and body lost!
Music by: Mittenthal, Aubrey.
Words by: Douglas, Chas. Noel.
P/P/D: New York : Aubrey Mittenthal, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I love you truly.
First Line: I love you truly, truly, dear, life with its sorrow, life with its tear
Chorus:
Music by: Jacobs-Bond, Carrie.
Words by: Jacobs-Bond, Carrie.
P/P/D: Hollywood; Toronto and London; Boston : Carrie Jacobs-Bond and Son; The Frederick Harris Co.; The Boston Music Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: If I only had a home sweet home.
First Line: 'Twas a party for the little ones, and ere they all could go
Chorus: If I only had a home, sweet home, some one to care for me
Music by: McDermott, A. L.
Words by: Johns, J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I'll do anything in the world for you.
First Line: Jack and Jill went up the hill, Jill was a farmer's daughter
Chorus: I'll do anything, dear, in the world for you, I'll do any one too, that you tell me to
Music by: Cobb & Edwards.
Words by: Cobb & Edwards.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Music Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I'll never forsake you, dear.
First Line: I think of you in the sunshine, I dream, night and day, of you
Chorus: The stars may forget their places, the day may forget, dear, to break
Music by: Rundbock, Maurice C.
Words by: Rundbock, John C.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Iola.
First Line: Many, many years ago in a valley where the prairie roses grow
Chorus: My sweet Iola Iola, list to me
Music by: Johnson, Charles L.
Words by: O'Dea, James.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Just like you.
First Line: There's an image so fair of a lassie so rare and it's fixed in my heart forever
Chorus: Just like you, dear, just like you, heart so tender kind and true
Music by: Steinberg, Maurice J.
Words by: Steinberg, Maurice J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Keep on the sunny side.
First Line: One little boy, one little girl, sat gazing at the moon
Chorus: Keep on the sunny side and let dull care pass you by
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Drislane, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Laughing Sam.
First Line: Ha! ha! ha! ha! They call him laughing Sam, a most peculiar man
Chorus:
Music by: Rolfe, Walter.
Words by: Rolfe, Walter.
P/P/D: Boston : Walter Jacobs, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The lost child.
First Line: Sad is the home where a mother is waiting, hoping and longing for tidings in vain
Chorus: Oh, bring back to my arms my darling baby, once more to clasp him close to my aching heart
Music by: Hargrave, F. Waldo.
Words by: Hargrave, F. Waldo.
P/P/D: s.l. : S.n., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Love's pleading.
First Line: I dreamed I held thee, dear, within love's warm embrace; they soft arms 'round me stole and found their resting place
Chorus: O sunshine of my soul, is love's dream all in vain big me but hope that joy may thrill my life again
Music by: Jacquelin, Sydney S.
Words by: Jacquelin, Sydney S.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Examiner and American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The Mandarin.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Carvel, Charles A.
Words by:
P/P/D: Bloomington, Ill. : Fred T. Ashton Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Mine for life!
First Line: The shades of light were gleaming thro' the curtains of the night, the world lay sweetly dreaming 'neath the flood of silvry light
Chorus: If I could place a kiss on your lips it would be true bliss, I long to say that one dear, loving word, 'tis you I miss
Music by: Bernhardt, Hughie.
Words by: Corin, Joel P.
P/P/D: Chicago: Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My faithful Rose.
First Line: In a garden far away, many years ago today bloomed a flower that the parson gave to me
Chorus: My faithful Rose, at daylight's close, oft I wander to the city of repose
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Buck, Richard Henry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My farewell don't mean good-bye.
First Line: Farewell sweetheart mine, I must go, my heart aches to leave you behind
Chorus: My farewell don't mean good bye, sweetheart, and I will constant be
Music by: Fiest, Aaron.
Words by: Walters, Herbert.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago American and Examiner, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My seaside girl.
First Line: You may love the pretty girls they sing of now a days
Chorus: All the other fellows try to be her beau
Music by: Trahern, Al.
Words by: Trahern, Al.
P/P/D: Williamsport : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My own sweetheart.
First Line: Good-bye sweetheart at last we now must part, perhaps it is better so.
Chorus: For I will always claim you as my own sweetheart my thoughts will always be with you although far apart
Music by: Breinig, P. J.
Words by: Deming, Leo.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : Indiana Music Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: No wedding bells for me.
First Line: Fair woman first was built ad. lib. on some installment plan;
Chorus: No wedding bells for me, I'm as happy as can be
Music by: Furth, Seymour.
Words by: Moran, E. P. and Will A. Heelan.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Not because your hair is curly.
First Line: I'm so very lonesome dear you went away just yesterday.
Chorus: Not because your hair is curly, Not because your eyes are blue
Music by: Adams, Bob.
Words by: Adams, Bob.
P/P/D: Chicago, London and Toronto : Victor Kremer Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Sleepy Lou.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Giblin, Irene.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Smile on me.
First Line: Underneath a tree, Where no one could see soft breezes wooing;
Chorus: Smile on me, dear, smile on me
Music by: Sutton, Harry O.
Words by: Lenox, Jean.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco; Leipzig and Vienna; Melbourne; Toronto : M. Witmark and Sons; Josef Weinberger; Allan and Co; Canadian-American Music Co. Ltd., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Somebody's waiting for you.
First Line: In a cool shady nook by the side of a brook, two sweet maidens were fishing alone
Chorus: Somebody's waiting for you, you, you.
Music by: Gumble, Al.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Strolling with your summer girl.
First Line: When the winter time is over, in the sunny days of June
Chorus: Standing with your "summer girl," one who sets your heart awhirl
Music by: Bendernagel, Lew P.
Words by: Bendernagel, Lew P.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: There is something nice about you.
First Line: You have a hit with me I think you're fine
Chorus: There is something nice about you, there is something in your style
Music by: Newman, Harry L.
Words by: Atteridge, H. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harry L. Newman and Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The twilight.
First Line: The twilight lingers, calm and cool, the swallows skim the darken'd pool
Chorus: The twilight, the twilight! We hail thee queen of night
Music by: Armstrong, Harry.
Words by: Jones, L. Roland.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The Uncle Sammy girls.
First Line: Talk of your world famous beauties, your dark-eyed Italian coquette
Chorus: There's Kitty from Kansas City, there's Della of Delaware
Music by: Gerard, Richard H.
Words by: Gerard, Richard H.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Waiting, waiting, for the day that ne'er will come.
First Line: She was happy and fair, of a beauty most rare, and by all called the pride of the place
Chorus: Waiting, waiting for a day that ne'er will come, dreaming, dreaming a sweet lovetale that is done
Music by: Pietzsch, Chas. F.
Words by: Pietzsch, Chas. F.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Examiner and American, 1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When the oriole is singing, Marjorie.
First Line: In the cool September shade, where the laughing waters played
Chorus: When the oriole is singing in the walnut tree, I'll return to thee, dearest Marjorie
Music by: Bronner, Rene.
Words by: Petrie, H. W.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When the whip-poor-will sings Marguerite.
First Line: The whip-poor-will at twilight's glow was singing, the cricket chirp'd its "Goodnight" lullaby
Chorus: When the whip-poor-will sings Marguerite and forget me nots bloom at your feet
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Denison, C. M.
P/P/D: New York : Helf & Hager Co., c1906.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: All for you.
First Line: Sweetheart the dewdrops are falling nature seems now at its rest
Chorus: My heart beats all for you ever the whole day through
Music by: Nichols, Geo. A.
Words by: Longbrake, Arthur.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Jos. Morris, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: And then say adieu.
First Line: In bygone days sweet dreams we dreamed
Chorus: Kiss me once more, Before we part forever!
Music by: Trevelyan, Arthur.
Words by: Trevelyan, Arthur.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Betsy's the belle of the bathers.
First Line: Betsy's the belle of the bathers, swimming's considered her forte
Chorus: Betsy's the belle of the bathers, Betsy's the best on the beach
Music by: Carle, Richard.
Words by: Carle, Richard.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sidney and London : M. Witmark and Sons, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The cactus and the rose.
First Line: Where the prairie grass and thistle grows lives a pretty little wild west rose.
Chorus: My wild west Rose sweetest neatest flow'r that grows
Music by: Stastny, A. J. and M. J. Bohannon.
Words by: Stastny, A. J. and M. J. Bohannon.
P/P/D: Cleveland : A. J. Stastny Music Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Common sense.
First Line: Jim Green was always sposed to be, the bravest man in Tennessee
Chorus: I never have seen inside of a school I can't spell dog or cat
Music by: Smith, Christopher and John Larkins.
Words by: Smith, Christopher and John Larkins.
P/P/D: Chicago : Thompson Music Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The cutest girl in town.
First Line: I know a little lady in polite society and she is cute as she can be
Chorus: She's the cutest girl in town in her fluffy ruffle gown
Music by: Smith, Lee Orean.
Words by: Trahern, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Al Trahern, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Daisy Doyle.
First Line: Down a little country pathway partly hid among the trees, stands an ivy covered cottage all alone;
Chorus: Daisy, Daisy, Daisy Doyle sweeter flowers never grow upon our soil
Music by: Harris, Sydney P.
Words by: Harris, Sydney P.
P/P/D: New York : Sydney P. Harris Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Farewell Mavourneen.
First Line: Oh Mavourneen 'tis wid sorrow that I go away tomorrow
Chorus: Farewell Mavourneen heart of my heart At daylight's dawning sweetheart we must part
Music by: Helf, J Fred.
Words by: Gardenier, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Helf & Hager Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The flowers outside the café.
First Line: The moon on the city so peaceful shone, the streets all were blazing with light
Chorus: The flowers outside the café they spoke of her childhood so bright;
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: For I love you, so.
First Line: Lamps are glowing, love is growing, for you dear
Chorus:
Music by: Lehar, Franz.
Words by: Wilbur, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Continental Publishing Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The girl who threw me down.
First Line: It was in Long Island City, I got the "throw down" from Kittie
Chorus: Ev'ry Sunday I got down to that old Long Island town
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Burt, Benjamin Hapgood.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Good-bye.
First Line: It was in the evening twilight, when the dew was on the rose
Chorus: Goodbye darling I must leave you it is best for you and me
Music by: Ray, Raymond.
Words by: Mass, Emma L.
P/P/D: Chicago : Popular Music Publishing Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Honey boy.
First Line: Must you really sail away my honey boy must you go
Chorus: Honey boy I hate to see you leaving Honey boy You know my heart is grieving
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I am longing for my old Kentucky home.
First Line: By my window in the city I am dreaming, as I watch the passing throng with drowsy eyes. In the street below gay lights are brightly gleaming, but my are far away 'neath southern skies
Chorus: I am longing for my old Kentucky home. Thro' the blue grass meadows still in dreams I roam
Music by: Mullin, J. B.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I wish I had a girl.
First Line: These days ev'ry fellow has a sweetheart, seems that ev'ry girlie has a beau
Chorus: Gee, I wish I had a girl like the other fellows had some one to make a fuss over me to cheer me up when I feel sad
Music by: Le Boy, Grace.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: If all the girls were roses.
First Line: As I wandered in a garden fair, where the sweetest flowrets grew
Chorus: If all the girls were roses, that bloom'd in sun and dew
Music by: Douglas, Chas. A.
Words by: Cooper, George.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: I'm goin' away.
First Line: Just gaze on me, and you will see, a poor unhappy man
Chorus: I'm goin' away, far, far away, goin' away from here
Music by: Orth, Frank.
Words by: Mack, Keller.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : M. D. Swisher, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Insanity.
First Line: Now a man will go and take a wife but he doesn't take her far;
Chorus: Insanity insanity his married life was filled with pain;
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Just some one.
First Line: When you're happy and contented, and your sky is clear and blue
Chorus: Some one to love and cheer you, sometimes when things go wrong
Music by: Anderson, Will R.
Words by: Anderson, Will R.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: The little boy from Lonesome Street.
First Line: A little girl played in the garden shade with her dollies and toys one day; when a little boy called from the garden gate "Won't you please let me come in and play?
Chorus: I'm the little boy from lonesome street and with you I want to play for there's no one seems to care for me since my sister passed away
Music by: Ashleigh, Glenn W.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Mariutch (make-a the hootch-a ma kootch) down at the Coney Isle.
First Line: I feel much-a mad all the day;
Chorus: Mariutch she make-a the hootch-a ma kootch down at the Coney Isle, make me smile
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Memories.
First Line: Tonight I sit and dream, dear, of days of long ago I see a maiden beside me, in the dying embers glow
Chorus: Memories, memories, what would ife be without memories
Music by: Spencer, Herbert.
Words by: Crawford, J. Joseph.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Moon, moon, moon.
First Line: Nightingales anestling in the tree tops high, little stars ablinking in the blue night sky.
Chorus: Moon! Moon! Moon! come tell me soon, real soon
Music by: Newman, Harry L.
Words by: Frields, Olive L.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harry L. Newman and Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Moonbeams and dreams of you.
First Line: The stillness of night is around me. Its awfully lonesome too.
Chorus: Moonbeams moonbeams shining on through the night
Music by: Wallenstein, S.
Words by: Atteridge, Harold.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York, London and Sydney : Victor Kremer Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My cow boy lady.
First Line: Once a maiden named Romona, on a ranch in Arizona, captured every cowboy's heart and set their love aflame
Chorus: Giddy ap, giddy ap, giddy ap 'cause I'm goin' to see my lady
Music by: Friedlander, William B.
Words by: Friedlander, William B.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: My Virginia.
First Line: Are you waiting for your lover, what's the use
Chorus: My Virginia, from Virginia sweeter than the flow'rs that grow
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Chas. K. Harris and Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Napoli.
First Line: At night, when moonlight gleams across the summer sea, I sail my ship of dreams to dear old Napoli
Chorus: Napoli, Napoli, Nights of silvr'y splendor, you and I drifting by, breathing love songs tender
Music by: Edward, Leo.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Pining.
First Line: I'm feelin' bad because I had to leave my gal last night
Chorus: Ah! my little gal for you I'm pining, repining;
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bowman Bros.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean.
First Line: Over the dark blue sea, far from the breakers roar
Chorus:
Music by: Petrie, H. W.
Words by: Dale, H. B.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Sacramento.
First Line: Stars are bright, and the moon is shining down the valley
Chorus: Sacramento, that's the only place I know, honest I would be content to live and die in Sacramento
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Snuggle up closer.
First Line: A balmy night, a moon so bright, a porch all screened from view;
Chorus: Snuggle up closer to me, dear, put your arms around me tight;
Music by: Durand, Hampton.
Words by: Newton, Harry L.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Take me back to Dixie.
First Line: When the golden moon was beaming in the azure western sky when nature brought to close an other day
Chorus: I can hear her singing coming down the lane
Music by: Shackford, Chas.
Words by: Shackford, Chas.
P/P/D: Chicago: Chicago Sunday Examiner, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: That's gratitude.
First Line: I know what consolation means and also sympathy but that old word called gratitude
Chorus: That's gratitude That's gratitude you lend a man your money, may be all you had
Music by: Camp, Sheppard.
Words by: Norton, George A.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Two blue eyes.
First Line: Eyes of blue, what if you, should miss me by and by
Chorus: Two eyes are shining, filled with pain Two hearts are pining, all in vain
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Two little baby shoes.
First Line: On a night in June, on their honeymoon, two lovers came to part
Chorus: Two little baby shoes how could his heart refuse
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Up and down the trail.
First Line: Dead shot Dick he though he'd go to see the Portland fair, he told Jim Brown he'd paint the town as soon as he go there
Chorus: Up and down the trial he thought he ought to go he took his bronco in the tent to see the animal show
Music by: Ashleigh, Glenn W.
Words by: Manley, Morris.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: What will your answer be?
First Line: If I should tell to you a story, at ev'ning ere we part
Chorus: What will your answer be, love? What will your answer be?
Music by: Cupero, E. V.
Words by: Cupero, E. V.
P/P/D: New York : Helf & Hager Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When I awake.
First Line: When sunlight fades and day is done, and evening shades fall one by one
Chorus: When I awake, love, night seems so long, you are my first thought, my morning song
Music by: Smith, Walter Raymond.
Words by: Smith, Walter Raymond.
P/P/D: New York : G. V. Meckel, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: When you love her and she loves you.
First Line: Nice young lady, nice young man, dressed the very best they can
Chorus: When you love her and she loves you When you look into her eyes and she looks too
Music by: Mills, Kerry.
Words by: Mills, Kerry.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Where the old Savannah flows.
First Line: Way down in dear old Georgia where the southern breezes blow, and the little snowy white homesteads appear
Chorus: Along the old Savannah, where we often used to roam and the Georgia sunset shimmers over ev'ry little home
Music by: Green, Mansel Broderick.
Words by: Green, Mansel Broderick.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Won't you come over to Philly, Willie?
First Line: When Willie met Lillie she looked so demure that Willie he made this remark.
Chorus: "Won't you come over to Philly, Willie? It's not such a bad old town
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Gardenier, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Helf and Hager Co., c1907.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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Title: Are you sure.
First Line: Come to me once more my darling, let me hold you in my arms
Chorus: Are you sure you really love me are you sure your heart is true
Music by: Arthur, Geo. H.
Words by: Deming, Leo.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : Arthur Deming Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The belle of the barbers' ball.
First Line: Baby, look a here, look a here, look a here! What is it dear? What is it dear?
Chorus: Coons from ev'ry city at the Barbers' Ball, Gals so gay and pretty at the Barbers' Ball;
Music by: Cohan, George M.
Words by: Cohan, George M.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Brown eyes.
First Line: Pretty Brown Eyes do not sigh, Pretty Brown Eyes do not cry,
Chorus: Goodbye, Brown Eyes, without you I'll be lonely;
Music by: Christie, George.
Words by: Reed, Dave, and Ren Shields.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Can't you see I love you?
First Line: I've traveled here and there, I've searched most ev'rywhere, to find a girl whom I could really love...
Chorus: Can't you see I love you? See the lovelight in my eyes!
Music by: Ayer, Nat. D.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Down among the sugar cane.
First Line: Down in Lou'sianna, where the sugarcane grows, oh, oh, my!...
Chorus: Can't you see the night am falling? Whippoorwill am singing low?...
Music by: Mack, Cecil, and Chris Smith.
Words by: Avery and Hart.
P/P/D: New York : The Gotham-Attucks Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The dream pillow.
First Line: The dark night is here, the dream pillow's near, baby must go to rest
Chorus: Rest dear babe on your dream pillow soft, go to sleep
Music by: Stark, Cal.
Words by: Dustin, Eddie.
P/P/D: St. Louis and New York : Stark Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Drifting.
First Line: Sweetheart, to night I am lonely shadow's of night o'er me steal...
Chorus: Drifting, drifting for you sweetheart I am drifting drifting away from love's golden shore
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Fine and dandy.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Johnson, Chas. L.
Words by:
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The garden of dreams.
First Line: The garden of love is a garden of dreams
Chorus: Dreaming, dreaming, love is only a dream
Music by: Kummer, Clare.
Words by: Kummer, Clare.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Good evening, Caroline.
First Line: Strolling down the lane one evening, was feeling kind of blue;...
Chorus: Good evening, Carolina, never saw you looking finer,
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Gretchen madchen mine[:] the song of the old Dutch mill.
First Line: By the side of the Zuyder Zee lived Gretchen, a madchen slender, an amibtious young lady she, tho' her manner was soft and tender
Chorus: Dearest Gretchen, schones madchen; how your bright eyes do shine
Music by: Golden, John L.
Words by: Golden, John L.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Hang out the front door key.
First Line: When Percy Wilson Gay left wifey ev'ry day, she always used to say,
Chorus: Hang out the front door key, love, hang out the front door key
Music by: Burt, Benjamin Hapgood.
Words by: Burt, Benjamin Hapgood.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Have you seen my baby?
First Line: Oh, sweet Fifi a nurse maid was, in cap and dainty skirt;
Chorus: Have you seen my baby? He's my honey baby,
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: West, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Helen.
First Line: When all is still and nightbirds trill my dreams in fancy soar
Chorus: Helen my heart is telling a story that I dearly wish to coo
Music by: Wilson, Al. H.
Words by: Ellis, Sidney R.
P/P/D: New York : Ellis and Wilson, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I never knew what love was, till I fell in love with you.
First Line: You say I love you, I do, do, I'm almost crazy 'bout you
Chorus: I never knew what love was 'till I fell in love with you
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fischer Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: If you alone were mine (Ah! Si vous voulez d'l'amour).
First Line: Ofttimes when sweet words of love are spoken, hearts are broken and by that token,
Chorus: Ah! if you be cared to love, if you but dared to love,
Music by: Scotto, Vincent.
Words by: Feist, Felix F., and William Burtey.
P/P/D: New York, Paris : Leo Feist, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: If you'll remember me.
First Line: If you'll remember me, I care not what the future holds for me
Chorus:
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Graff, Geo., Jr.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: In the baggage coach ahead.
First Line: On a dark stormy night, as the train rattled on,
Chorus: While the train rolled onward, a husband sat in tears...
Music by: Davis, Gussie L.
Words by: Davis, Gussie L.
P/P/D: New York : Herbert T. Taylor Inc., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: In the valley of the Wabash day by day.
First Line: I have fancies that I never can forget in the days of careless childhood long ago
Chorus: In my dreams I wander back to romping childhood
Music by: Walker, Emma E.
Words by: Garrett, Percy.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : Garrett-Walker Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: It looks like a big night to-night.
First Line: Old Peters was a "patsy," his wifey ruled the day,
Chorus: "It looks to me like a big night tonight, big night tonight, big night tonight,
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Company, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: It's moonlight all the time on Broadway.
First Line: Just a little while ago, I came here to live you know
Chorus: For it's moonlight all the time on Broadway, ev'ry night the sky is clear
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Shields, Ren.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I'd like a girl like you.
First Line: I know a score of girls but there are none like you, Chorus: I'd like a girl like you, a girl with pretty eyes of blue
Music by: Armstrong, Harry.
Words by: Mittenthal, Jos.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I'm glad I'm married.
First Line: A friend of mine once said to me, "Why don't you take a wife
Chorus: I'm glad I'm married, my wife is a dream
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Irish fluffy ruffles.
First Line: When she came here in the steerage, she was plain but neat some how, but no lady in the peerage, is more stylish than she's now
Chorus: My Irish fluffy ruffles, you're a dream from top to toes, you have me heart strings tangled in your fancy frills and bows
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Heelan, Will.
P/P/D: Chicago : Chicago Sunday Examiner, 1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I've a million reasons.
First Line: Don't ask any questions when a fellow says he worships you,
Chorus: I've a million reasons, dear, why I love you!
Music by: Kern, Jerome D.
Words by: Rourke, M. E.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I've taken quite a fancy to you.
First Line: Your eyes are shining, you say you're blue
Chorus: I've taken quite a fancy to you, dear
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Kippinoe.
First Line: Way down in a valley just outside of town, lives a little maiden dressed in leathers brown;
Chorus: Kippinoe, I sigh for you, I try for you, I'd die for you,
Music by: Jerome, Ben M.
Words by: Stoddard, Geo. E, and Chas. S. Taylor.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The little old red school house on the hill.
First Line: There is something in the buzzing of the lazy bumble bee
Chorus: There the oriole is singing just as sweetly and the same old wheel is turning at the mill
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The longest way 'round is the sweetest way home.
First Line: On a sweet moonlight night, all the stars shining bright, two young lovers stroll'd down a stream;
Chorus: The longest way 'round is the sweetest way home
Music by: Mills, Kerry.
Words by: Shields, Ren.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Make a noise like a hoop, and roll away.
First Line: Little Bertie McClore madly loved Mildred Moore
Chorus: Make a noise like a hoop and just roll away, roll away, roll away,
Music by: Helf, J. Fred.
Words by: Shields, Ren.
P/P/D: New York : Helf and Hager Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Marching through Georgia.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Thaler, George.
Words by:
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Eclipse Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Much obliged to you.
First Line: When Sylvester Johnson Lee hit New York from Tennessee, he thought he'd make his fortune right away
Chorus: It's mighty strange! It's mighty strange! No one ever says "Sylvester you keep the change"
Music by: Burt, Benjamin Hapgood.
Words by: Burt, Benjamin Hapgood.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My dream of the U.S.A.
First Line: A soldier in camp lay dreaming, dreaming of his native land
Chorus: "I saw Washington cross the Delaware, I saw Stark 'mid Mountains Green;
Music by: Chick, Leonard, Chas. Roth, and Ted Snyder.
Words by: Chick, Leonard, Chas. Roth, and Ted Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co, Inc, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My Hero.
First Line: I have a true and noble lover, he is my sweetheart, all my own, his like on Earth who shall discover?
Chorus: Come! Come! I love you only, my heart is true, Come! Come! my life is lonely, I long for you
Music by: Straus, Oscar.
Words by: Stange, Stanislaus.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Oh Miss Malinda or when evening time comes 'round.
First Line: The evening bells were tolling, you see two sweethearts strolling
Chorus: Oh Miss Malinda tell me what's there to hinder
Music by: Armstrong, Bonita, and Max Armstrong.
Words by: Armstrong, Bonita, and Max Armstrong.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Pansies mean thoughts and thoughts mean you.
First Line: Down in the garden fair, dwell flow'rs with fragrance rare
Chorus: Pansies mean thoughts, dear, and thoughts mean you
Music by: Spencer, Herbert.
Words by: Brown, Fleta Jan.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Parson Jones' three reasons.
First Line: 'Twas Sunday morn the bells had rung, the choir arose, a hymn was sung
Chorus: Firstly there aint no love in this congregation, I haven't tied a knot since I've been here
Music by: Longbrake, Arthur.
Words by: Longbrake, Arthur.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Jos. Morris, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The road to yesterday.
First Line: If we should meet, if we should meet, Ah, love what could we say?
Chorus: Let's find the road to yesterday, let's find the paths we used to stray
Music by: Kummer, Clare.
Words by: Kummer, Clare.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Rose Marie.
First Line: I feela vera funna, no more cana make da monna
Chorus: Rose Marie comea to me
Music by: Di Capua, Eduardo.
Words by: Gardenier, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Roses bring dreams of you.
First Line: Alone I sit this summer morn, the roses are in bloom
Chorus: Roses, roses, roses bring mem'ries of you, dear
Music by: Ingraham, Herbert.
Words by: Ingraham, Herbert.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Sandy O'.
First Line: Sandy came from Aberdeen to see this lassie fair
Chorus: Sandy, Sandy, my sweet Sandy O
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, Wm.
P/P/D: New York : The Cohan & Harris Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Santiago Flynn (a Spanish-Irish episode).
First Line: Way down by the Rio Grande, there lived Santiago Flynn,
Chorus: Santiago, you're a Dago with a wicked smile,
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Shine on, harvest moon.
First Line: The night was mighty dark so you could hardly see, for the moon refused to shine,
Chorus: Oh, shine on shine on, harvest moon up in the sky.
Music by: Bayes-Norworth, Nora.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Smarty.
First Line: Now Willie Green I think you're mean, you ran away and hid,
Chorus: Smarty, Smarty, Smarty, thought you had a party,
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Some day when dreams come true.
First Line: Last night when all had gone to rest and lost in sleep I lay,
Chorus: Some day when dreams come true, some day in the future years
Music by: Staats, Phil.
Words by: Staats, Phil.
P/P/D: Boston : Walter Jacobs, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Someday.
First Line: Now while the flowers are blooming now in the sun's golden glow,
Chorus: Someday, someday, when I have grown old and gray
Music by: Taylor, Tell.
Words by: Taylor, Tell.
P/P/D: Chicago : The Star Music Publishers, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Sometime, somewhere.
First Line: When crimson light fades into night, when all the buds that have blown drop as if dead
Chorus: Somewhere there is a voice that is calling me,
Music by: Mack, Andrew.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Summertime.
First Line: Sweetheart, sweetheart, dry those eyes of blue,
Chorus: Summertime, summertime, we will be together, in sunny weather
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Sweet sixteens.
First Line: When a boy I always tried to reach on the tree the very highest peach
Chorus: Sweet sixteens, dark or fair, eyes brown or blue, sweet sixteens, deb-o-nair, shy, haughty too
Music by: Mills, Kerry.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Take me out to the ballgame.
First Line: Katie Casey was baseball mad, had the fever and had it bad;
Chorus: Take me out to the ballgame, take me out with the crowd buy me some peanuts and cracker jack, I don't care if I never get back,
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Norworth, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Take your girl to the ball game.
First Line: Coney Island's all right, it's a fine place at night, but the place that's the money to me...
Chorus: Take your girl to the ball game, any old afternoon.
Music by: Cohan, George M., Wm. Jerome, and Jean Schwartz.
Words by: Cohan, George M., Wm. Jerome, and Jean Schwartz.
P/P/D: New York : The Cohan & Harris Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: They'll all be waiting for you at the train.
First Line: Fluffy Brown played a town, she was billed a raging star from pit to dome,
Chorus: And they'll all be waiting for you at the train sun or rain just the same
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Twinkle, twinkle, my little star.
First Line: Behind the clouds the fleecy moon is hiding,
Chorus: Twinkle, twinkle, my little star, let me know just where you are,
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Gardenier, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The waltz lesson.
First Line: "To the only one I love," Sir, that's the dedication here!
Chorus:
Music by: Ziehrer, C. M.
Words by: Woodward, Matt.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms & Francis, Day and Hunter, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: When the snow is on the hill-tops.
First Line: One bright day in May two sweethearts met to say a sad farewell he pressed her to his heart and then he said "Now we must part,
Chorus: Farewell my darling, don't look so sad smile on me sweetly, it will make my heart feel glad
Music by: Heine, Lydia.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : Mrs. Lydia Heine, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: When the sunshine in your heart turns night-time into day.
First Line: You say the sun would cease to shine if I were far away from you...
Chorus: Let the sunshine in your heart turns night-time into day
Music by: Peabody, A. Jackson.
Words by: Longbrake, Arthur.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Jos. Morris Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: When you and I were young.
First Line: I wandered today to the hill, Maggie, to watch the scene below;
Chorus: And now we are aged and gray, Maggie, and the trials of life nearly done;
Music by: Butterfield, J. A.
Words by: Johnson, Geo. W.
P/P/D: New York : Century Music Publishing Co., c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Whose little girl are you.
First Line: Life is all joy to a popular girl, it's boys, boys, boys:...
Chorus: Who says "Dearie" to you? Who calls you all his own!...
Music by: Hough, Will M., and Frank R. Adams.
Words by: Howard, Jos. E.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Chas. K. Harris, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: With you.
First Line: When I'm with you, sweetheart, with you, then sorrow and cares fade away...
Chorus: My heart is full of gladness when I'm with you;...
Music by: Johnson, Chas. L.
Words by: Clay, Wm. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Yip-i-addy-i-ay.
First Line: Young Herman Von Bellow, a musical fellow, played on a big cello each night;...
Chorus: E__Yip-I-addy-I-ay, I-ay! E__Yip-I-addy-I-ay!
Music by: Flynn, John H.
Words by: Cobb, Will D.
P/P/D: New York : Will D. Cobb, c1908.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: A bushel o' kisses.
First Line: Pretty Mollie on the stile, with a smile like a fairy-O, Mollie is coy and shy;...
Chorus: Mollie my sweet Colleen, Mollie my Shamrock Queen;
Music by: Muir, Lewis F., and Matt Connes.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Helf and Hager Co., Inc., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: By the light of the silvery moon.
First Line: Place park, scene dark, silv'ry moon is shining thro' the trees;
Chorus: By the light of the silvery moon, I want to spoon...
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Casey Jones.
First Line: Come all you rounders if you want to hear a story about a brave engineer
Chorus: Casey Jones! mounted to the cabin Casey Jones with his orders in his hand
Music by: Newton, Eddie.
Words by: Seibert, T. Lawrence.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Southern California Music Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Ciribiribin.
First Line: When through dale and vale I'm wand'ring only one name follows me
Chorus: Ciribiribin, a name of mystery that in my heart doth lie
Music by: Pestalozza, A..
Words by: Thaler, Rudolf.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : The Morris Music Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The Cubanola glide.
First Line: Way down in Cuba where skies are clear, where it is summer time all of the year
Chorus: Glide, Glide, keep a glidin', slide, slide, keep on a slidin'
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Bryan, Vincent.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Do you? Don't you? Will you? Won't you?
First Line: Do you know my heart's aching, Wondering if you'll say no,
Chorus: Do you, don't you, will you, won't you love me sweetheart dear,
Music by: Stover, Leroy.
Words by: Eckels, Eddy.
P/P/D: Chicago : The House of Christopher Music Publishers, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Down where the big bananas grow.
First Line: Down where the tropic rivers flow, to meet the Gulf of Mexico,
Chorus: Down where the big bananas grow, and where it's summer all the time,
Music by: Barron, Ted. S.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Eskimo.
First Line: Way up north in a little hut sits a girlie all alone
Chorus: Oh you pretty Eskimo! You will never know how much I love you,
Music by: Castello, George E.
Words by: Perry, James.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Has anybody here seen Kelly!
First Line: Michael Kelly with his sweetheart came from County Cork,
Chorus: Has anybody here seen Kelly? K. E. double L. Y,
Music by: Murphy, C. W., Will Letters, and William J. McKenna.
Words by: Murphy, C. W., Will Letters, and William J. McKenna.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms & Francis Day & Hunter, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Have a drink to Yankee land.
First Line: Oh, did you ever take a trip across the rolling sea, and drop into a music hall in London or Paree?
Chorus: Sing your songs of bonnie Scotland, sing your songs of France, and Germany,
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Company, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: How do you do Miss Josephine.
First Line: In a quaint and ivy covered Bungalow, just about a mile from here, lives the girl i'm always dreaming of
Chorus: How do you do Miss Josephine how do you feel today
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: McCree, Junie.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I didn't go home at all.
First Line: Jack and May were newlywed, a loving pair were they,
Chorus: I heard the clock strike one A.M., one A.M., one A.M., it told me of my promise when I left you in the hall;
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, and Irving Berlin.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Irving Berlin.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier.
First Line: Ten million soldiers to the war have gone, who may never return again.
Chorus: I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier, I brought him up to be my pride and joy
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I love my wife; but, oh, you kid!
First Line: Henry Green had family troubles all his married life
Chorus: Well I love my wife but oh you kid oh you kid oh you kid
Music by: Armstrong & Clark.
Words by: Armstrong & Clark.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York, London and Sydney : Victor Kremer Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: If I only had a sweetheart.
First Line: Ev'ry girl should have a sweetheart, who is noble kind and true,
Chorus: If I only had a sweetheart, If I only had a beau, I would surely be contented
Music by: Johnson, Chas L.
Words by: Spencer, Robert.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Chas L. Johnson and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: If I thought you wouldn't tell.
First Line: A maiden pretty, from Jersey City, paid a visit to some cousins out of town;...
Chorus: If I thought you wouldn't tell your mother, I would try and take one more...
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: In the garden of my heart.
First Line: We never miss the sunshine, until the shadows fall. We ne'er regret the bitter words, 'till passed beyond recall.
Chorus:
Music by: Ball, Earnest R.
Words by: Roma, Caro.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: In watermelon time.
First Line: Watermelon time am here, dear, and Springtime too;
Chorus: Birds up in the trees am sweetly singing,
Music by: Smith, Chris.
Words by: Burris, James.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Indian summer (a tale of the woods).
First Line: By the Swanee, once a noble Pawnee loved a Shawnee Indian maid
Chorus: Meet me when the Autumn leaves are falling in the forest shade
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: Jones, Earle C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I've got rings on my fingers; or mumbo jumbo jijjiboo J. O'Shea.
First Line: Jim O'Shea was cast away upon an Indian isle
Chorus: Sure, I've got rings on my fingers, bells on my toes, elephants to ride upon my little Irish Rose
Music by: Scott, Maurice.
Words by: Weston & Barnes.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Lonesome [Incomplete].
First Line: I am feeling badly, honey, you know why
Chorus: Lonesome I'm awf'ly lonesome, 'cause I am simply wild about you
Music by: Meyers, George W.
Words by: Meyers, George W.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Monkey Doodle Dandy.
First Line: It was leap year in Monkey Land,
Chorus: Monkey Doodle, Doodle Dandy that's a very funny name
Music by: Frantzen, Henry.
Words by: Drislane, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My heart is beating overtime for you.
First Line: Say honest kid now I can't sing no love songs, I ain't the kind of guy to learn that junk...
Chorus: My heart is beating overtime for you kid, just beating overtime till you say yes...
Music by: Gillespie, Arthur, and Charles Kannaly.
Words by: Gillespie, Arthur, and Charles Kannaly.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My own sweet Eskimo.
First Line: Way up in icy Greenland there's a pretty little Eskimo
Chorus: Oh! you dearest, sweetest little Eskimo let us marry soon.
Music by: Lee, A. Lorne.
Words by: Moore, Robt. J.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My pony boy.
First Line: Way out west, in a nest from the rest, swelt the bestest little Bronco boy
Chorus: Pony boy, pony boy, won't you be my tony boy?
Music by: O'Donnell, Charley.
Words by: Heath, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My way to heaven is through your love, sweetheart.
First Line: The churchbells ring the hour of rest,
Chorus: My way to heav'n is thro' your love, sweetheart,
Music by: Henry, S. R.
Words by: Lamb, Arthur J.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My world is a dream of you.
First Line: Love's vision dawns as of old, dear,
Chorus:
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Mahoney, J. F.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse Music Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Neptune! (Lord of the sea am I!).
First Line: I'm Neptune! Lord of the sea am I, am I!
Chorus:
Music by: Gordon, Stanley.
Words by: Bingham, Clifton.
P/P/D: London : Charles Sheard and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Nobody knows, nobody cares.
First Line: Far, far away from home and friends I wander
Chorus: Nobody knows when I am lonely nobody cares if my heart break
Music by: Harris, Chas K.
Words by: Harris, Chas K.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Chas K. Harris, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Oh, didn't it rain.
First Line: Fo'ty days fo'ty nights when de rain kept afallin'
Chorus:
Music by: Burleigh, H. T.
Words by: Burleigh, H. T.
P/P/D: New York, Milan, Rome, Naples, Palermo, London, Paris and Buenos-Ayres : G. Ricordi & Co., Inc., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Oh, you candy kid.
First Line: You've heard of "Bon Bon Buddy" and of "Chocolate Sal"
Chorus: Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, you candy kid.
Music by: Adams, Bob, and John L. Golden.
Words by: Adams, Bob, and John L. Golden.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Chas K. Harris, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: On a monkey honeymoon.
First Line: When the jungle moon is shining thro' the banyan trees,
Chorus: "You are my lovey dovey, I am your honey boy,
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse Music Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: La Paloma.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Yradier, Vittoria.
Words by: Yradier, Vittoria.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Eclipse Publishing Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Put on your old grey bonnet.
First Line: On the old farm house veranda there sat Silas and Miranda
Chorus: Put on your old grey bonnet with the blue ribbon on it, while I hitch the old Dobbin to the shay
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Seek ye the Lord.
First Line: Seek ye the Lord while he may be found
Music by: Lynes, Frank.
Words by: Lynes, Frank.
P/P/D: Boston, Leipzig and New York : Arthur P. Schmidt, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Sounds of love.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Losey, F. H.
Words by:
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Splinters [Incomplete].
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Gilmore, Maude.
Words by:
P/P/D: Kansas City : Chas. L. Johnson and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Sweet star of love.
First Line: As in a dream, thro' the woodland 'mid the moon's silv'ry gleam,
Chorus: Sweet star of love from up above shine on the maiden I'm dreaming of
Music by: Migliaccio, Oreste.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago : Chas. K. Harris, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune.
First Line: Honey, listen to that dreamy tune they're playin'
Chorus: Love me to that ever lovin' spring song melody
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: That teasin' rag.
First Line: That teasin' rag it is a daisy and it's got ev'ry body crazy;
Chorus:
Music by: Jordan, Joe.
Words by: Jordan, Joe.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Then we'll all go home [Incomplete].
First Line: Young Percival de Lancy has captured great renown,
Chorus:
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: This is no place for a minister's son.
First Line: Bill Green was a preacher, and Sunday school teacher, his dad was a minister too
Chorus: This is no place for a minister's son, minister's son, for a minister's son
Music by: Ingraham, Herbert.
Words by: Jones, Earl C.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Way down in Panama.
First Line: Far away from here where the Chagres flows
Chorus: Way down in Panama it was there that I first saw a pretty dusky maid
Music by: Nevergold, Frank E.
Words by: Nevergold, Frank E.
P/P/D: Chicago, New York, London and Sydney : Victor Kremer Co., c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: You ain't talking to me.
First Line: We all remember childhood days, and the good time we had
Chorus: You ain't talking to me, You ain't talking to me
Music by: Brooks, Shelton.
Words by: Marshall, Mat.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1909.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Any old town is a lonesome old town (when your sweetheart is away.).
First Line: All the day long I've been wand'ring about, looking for something to do
Chorus: Any old town is a lonesome old town when your sweetheart is away
Music by: Daniels, Maurice.
Words by: Spears, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : The Gotham Attucks Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Baby (save your kisses for me) [Incomplete].
First Line:
Chorus: Roll those great big eyes that set me wild
Music by: Tinney, Frank.
Words by: Strasser, Fred.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Frisco, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Back at dear old home sweet home.
First Line: Years ago I left my old home and I've roamed this wide world o'er,
Chorus: Back at dear old home sweet home I am going there no more to roam
Music by: Vandersloot, F. W.
Words by: Lambert, Herbert.
P/P/D: Williamsport : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Could I but live and love always.
First Line: Out of the sea the moon is coming, bathing the mossy ponds in gold;
Chorus: Could I but live and love you always, eternity would seem but days;
Music by: Spencer, Herbert.
Words by: Brown, Fleta Jan.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Down by the old mill stream.
First Line: My darling I am dreaming of the days gone by,
Chorus: Down by the old mill stream, where I first met you,
Music by: Taylor, Tell.
Words by: Taylor, Tell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Tell Taylor Music Publisher, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Dreamy town.
First Line: There's a town where hearts are never lonely and no one's ever feeling blue;
Chorus: Dreamy town, with the moon above, shining down
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Meyer, Geo. W.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Even you don't know.
First Line: Honey mine I feel so blue, feel so blue, feel so blue,
Chorus: Even you don't know dear, why I love you so dear
Music by: Newman, Harry L.
Words by: Bennett, Murray.
P/P/D: Chicago : Sunlight Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Flippity flop (and away she goes).
First Line: I like good music and I likes a real good song...
Chorus: I love to kiss my honey, it makes me feel so funny,
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: McCree, Junie.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Follow the car tracks.
First Line: When you mopped up all the wet goods up and down the line,
Chorus: Follow the car tracks they'll lead you home
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Macdonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Good bye, Peter! Good bye, Paul! (I'm going to take the marriage vow).
First Line: I have some news to tell to you, about a thing I'm goin' to do,
Chorus: Good bye, Peter! Good bye, Paul! Good bye, ladies, friends and all.
Music by: Ingraham, Herbert.
Words by: Ingraham, Herbert.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Got 'em guessing how I do it and still keep my good name.
First Line: I used to be a little chorus girl; working in a Broadway show
Chorus: I've got a bunch of diamonds that would make you stare; got a lot of dresses too
Music by: Brown, A. Seymour.
Words by: Ayer, Nat D.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Grizzly bear.
First Line: Out in San Francisco where the weather's fair, they have a dance out there,
Chorus: Hug up close to your baby, throw your shoulders t'ward the ceiling, Lawdy, Lawdy,
Music by: Botsford, George.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Hurrah for the summertime.
First Line: Last night I met old "Grimsey" we chatted for a while
Chorus: My wife's away, I'm free again, hurrah for the summertime
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Whiting, Geo.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I'd love to live in loveland with a girl like you.
First Line: I want to tellyou a story a story of love's sweet refrain
Chorus: I'd love to live in loveland with a girl like you and every day a holiday, with skies of baby blue
Music by: Williams, W. R.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, the Chicago Publisher, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: In bamboo land.
First Line: Down in the jungle wilds of Borneo, down where the bamboo and the palm trees grow,
Chorus: Honey I am saving my money just to marry you honey
Music by: Aufderheide, May.
Words by: Jones, Earle C.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : J. H. Aufderheide & Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The Irish rag.
First Line: Patrick McCarty thought he'd give a party
Chorus: Oh, the only rag that Paddy knows flies over the land where shamrock grows
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: McDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: It's got to be someone I love.
First Line: Dick said to Molly you're awfully jolly a sweet loving wife you would make
Chorus: It's got to be someone that I love or someone I like very well
Music by: Doyle, Alfred J.
Words by: Dillon, Will.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: It's joy to say good evening but it's pain to say good night.
First Line: Dear little miss, give me a kiss then I must go away
Chorus: It's joy to say good evening but it's pain to say good night
Music by: Straus, Julian.
Words by: Jones, Earle C.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: It's the same old me (but not the same old girl).
First Line: Ev'rybody's had their share of trouble, ev'rybody's had their share of joy
Chorus: It's the same old summer night, It's the same old summer breeze
Music by: Sherman, Terry.
Words by: Gillespie, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Chas. K. Harris, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: I've got the time - I've got the place but it's hard to find the girl.
First Line: I'm blue all through, and I'll tell my troubles all to you
Chorus: I've got the time I've got the place will someone kindly introduce me to this girl?
Music by: Henry, S. R.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Just for a girl.
First Line: Songs have been sung in most ev'ry tongue, just for a girl
Chorus: Just for a girl, just for a girl, if her eyes are brown or blue
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Shields, Ren.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London, and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Keep a-movin', don't you never come back.
First Line: My man, he used to be my man, he aint my man no more
Chorus: Keep a-movin', don't you never come back, Keep a-movin', I've done give you the sack
Music by: Robyn, A. G.
Words by: Wilson, John P.
P/P/D: Chicago : Victor Kremer Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Kiss me, my honey, kiss me.
First Line: My little honey, I must be leaving
Chorus: Kiss me, my honey, kiss me, and say you'll miss me as I'll miss you
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Kitty Gray.
First Line: I have come back from the city, Kitty Gray
Chorus: I don't want a silk and satin lady fair
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse Music Co. Inc., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Let me call you sweetheart (I'm in love with you).
First Line: I am dreaming dear of you day by day
Chorus: Let me call you sweetheart, I'm in love with you
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Whitson, Beth Slater.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Mandy Jane.
First Line: One Decoration day, two soldier old and gray
Chorus: Mandy Jane in Lover's Lane
Music by: Gallager, Ed, and Al. Shean.
Words by: Lausig, Karl.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, and London : Chas. K. Harris, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Mary, Maud and Marguerite.
First Line: Three little girls with a winning way, all of them beauties rare
Chorus: Mary, Maud and Marguerite, nicer girls you never will meet
Music by: O'Connor, Lawrence B.
Words by: O'Connor, Lawrence B.
P/P/D: Boston : Daly Music Publisher, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Mister moon-man turn off the light.
First Line: When the moon is shining yellow, and a girlie with her fellow
Chorus: Turn off your light, mister moon man, go and hide your face behind a cloud
Music by: Bayes, Nora, and Jack Norworth.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Norworth Publishing Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Moon dear.
First Line: The moon is peeping o'er the hill stars are shining clear
Chorus: Moon dear moon dear high up in the sky so blue
Music by: De Grosse, Harold.
Words by: De Grosse, Harold.
P/P/D: Detroit : Harold Diggett, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Moonlight Bay.
First Line: Voices hum, crooning over Moonlight Bay
Chorus: We were sailing along on Moonlight Bay
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Moontime in Junetime.
First Line: There are certain times for loving, there are times to bill and coo,
Chorus: Moontime in Junetime is the time for tales of love
Music by: Lodge, Henry.
Words by: Lodge, Henry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My heart has learned to love you, now do not say good-bye.
First Line: I never knew that sunbeams shone so brightly
Chorus: My heart has learned to love you, now do not say goodbye
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Reed, Dave.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, and Paris : M. Witmark and Sons, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My heart is thine! O sole mio!
First Line: The day is dying and the west winds sighing
Chorus: So ope' thy lattice sweetheart of mine
Music by: di Capua, E.
Words by: Sheridan, Frank, and G. Capuro.
P/P/D: New York : John Franklin Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: My own sweetheart.
First Line: Since childhood's days together, you and I, dear
Chorus: My own sweetheart I love but thee
Music by: Smith, Geo. Edw.
Words by: Scofield, G. A.
P/P/D: New York, Newark and Brooklyn : Pease Piano Company, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The Newport glide.
First Line: Come on you Newport girls, blue eyes and golden curls
Chorus: Come my love and dance the dreamy Newport glide
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Oh! that moonlight glide.
First Line: Tickets, please, all abo'd ring dat steamboat bell
Chorus: Oh! that moonlight glide, glide, glide, on a steamboat ride, ride, ride
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: McCree, Junie.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: A perfect day.
First Line: When you come to the end of a perfect day and you sit alone with your thought
Chorus:
Music by: Jacobs-Bond, Carrie.
Words by: Jacobs-Bond, Carrie.
P/P/D: Hollywood : Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Phoebe Jane.
First Line: Underneath the silv'ry moon I'm waiting, Oh, Phoebe! My Phoebe!
Chorus: Phoebe Jane, when stars are shining
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Buck, Richard H.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Put your arms aound me, honey (I never knew a girl like you).
First Line: Nighttime am a fallin' ev'rything is still, and the moon am a shining from above
Chorus: Put your arms aound me, honey, hold me tight,
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: McCree, Junie.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Reuben rag.
First Line: Farmer Brown came from town last ev'ning, with some music for his daughter Jane
Chorus: Reuben rag, oh, my loving pa, Reuben rag
Music by: De Pierce, H. J. Young, and H. Norman.
Words by: De Pierce, H. J. Young, and H. Norman.
P/P/D: New York : Ziegfeld Music Publisher, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Santa Fe.
First Line: Down on the plains of burning sand there lived a darling cowboy gay
Chorus: Come on, you cowboy, to old Santa Fe
Music by: Williams, and Van Alstyne.
Words by: Williams, and Van Alstyne.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Simple Dotty Dimple.
First Line: I've known you a long time Dotty you've known me a long time too
Chorus: Simple Dotty Dimple cutest girl in school
Music by: Robinson, Harry I.
Words by: Harris, Will J.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Slip your glad rags on and come with me!
First Line: Look here, Henry Darbaco, what makes you fret and pout?
Chorus: Put on your gloves, your high silk hat, them blue silk sox and your cerise cravat
Music by: Armstrong, Harry.
Words by: Lester, Harry B., and Billy Clark.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, London and Paris : M. Witmark & Sons, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Some of these days.
First Line: Two sweethearts courted happily for quite a while 'midst simple life of country folk
Chorus: Some of these days you'll miss me honey some of these days you'll feel so lonely
Music by: Brooks, Shelton.
Words by: Brooks, Shelton.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Steamboat Bill.
First Line: Down in the Mississippi steamed the Whipperwill
Chorus: Steamboat Bill, down the Mississippi, Steamboat Bill, a mighty man was he
Music by: Leighton Bros.
Words by: Shields, Ren.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: That fussy rag (Oh you-rag).
First Line: Oh, listen to that fussy rag, oh, listen to that joyful jag
Chorus:
Music by: Smalley, Victor H.
Words by: Smalley, Victor H.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: The top of the hill.
First Line: Steep is the hill we have to climb day by day
Chorus: To the top of the hill it's steep and it's long
Music by: Samuel, Harold.
Words by: Clifford, Lindsey.
P/P/D: London; New York : Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, Ltd.; Leo Feist, Inc., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Venetian moon.
First Line: Gone are the cares of the day, night calls my sorrow away,
Chorus: 'Neath the pale Venetian moon
Music by: Goldberg, Phil, and Frank Magne.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1910.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1908-1910
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Title: Alexander's ragtime band.
First Line: Oh, ma honey, Oh, ma honey, Better hurry and let's meander
Chorus: Come on and hear, Come on and hear, Alexander's ragtime band
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Ask my mother.
First Line: Don't ask me why I sit and cry
Chorus: Ask my mother, ask my mother
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Big pow wow.
First Line: While the tomtoms they were sounding, there 'round the campfire bright
Chorus: Pow Wow, they're having a Pow Wow
Music by: Pearce, Florence M.
Words by: Selden, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Billy (I always dream of Bill).
First Line: Behold in me a maiden who is feeling sad
Chorus: For when I walk, I always walk with Billy cause Billy knows where to walk
Music by: Kendis & Paley.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Kendis & Paley, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Bless your ever loving little heart.
First Line: Honey the springtime is coming, flowers will soon be in bloom
Chorus: Lord bless your ever loving little heart, hon', I love you goodness knows
Music by: Marshall, Henry I.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Toronto : Chas. K. Harris, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Bye and bye.
First Line: Dearie, dearie, I am sad and weary
Chorus: Oh, bye and bye, with your lips close to mine
Music by: Daniels, Chas. N.
Words by: Jones, Earle C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Everybody's doin' it now.
First Line: Honey, honey, can't you hear, funny, funny, music, dear
Chorus: Ev'rybody's doin' it, doin' it, doin' it
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Garland of old fashioned roses.
First Line: Through a sunlit garden with its roses fair
Chorus: A garland of old fashioned roses sweetheart I bring to youa
Music by: Keithley, E. Clinton.
Words by: Musgrove, Chas. H.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Gee, I like the music with my meals.
First Line: There's a little restaurant on old Broadway
Chorus: Oh when that orchestra starts in a playing you can see ev'rybody present swinging and swaying
Music by: Ayer, Nat D.
Words by: Brown, Seymour.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Goodbye old gal.
First Line: Train time is near, I'm leaving dear
Chorus: Goodbye old gal! I'm going away!
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I give you all you ask.
First Line: You say you care not for the world, or if it mock and jeer
Chorus: I give you all you ask, all of my love I give
Music by: Gideon, Melville J.
Words by: Selden, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I want to be in Dixie [Incomplete].
First Line: I'm very glad I'm very glad because a train I'm takin'
Chorus:
Music by: Berlin & Snyder.
Words by: Berlin & Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: In the land of harmony. [Incomplete].
First Line: Honey, listen to your angel child, dearie!
Chorus:
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: In the summertime.
First Line: In the summertime all the world seems so joyful
Chorus: In the summertime with its balmy clime
Music by: Binner, Herbert.
Words by: Little, Geo. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Betts & Binner, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Jimmy Valentine.
First Line: When the stars above are blinking, and the house is dark and still
Chorus: Look out, look out, look out for Jimmy Valentine
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Gus Edwards Inc., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Letty Lane.
First Line: Time is flying day is dying, Letty Lane
Chorus: Oh! Letty Lane, let me explain
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Theodore Morse Music Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Mary went 'round and around and around (with a bumpty umpty ay).
First Line: When Mary first went to the seashore, the great Scenic Railway she spied
Chorus: Mary went 'round and around and around, with a bumpty umpty ay!
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publisher, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Meet me tonight mid the roses.
First Line: I wander tonight mid the roses dear, their fragrance perfumes the air
Chorus: Meet me tonight 'mid the roses come while the stars brightly gleam
Music by: Barton, Roy.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: Chicago : Roger Lewis, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The melody of love.
First Line: I know a receipt that never fails to make you young and gay; it banishes all your ills and ails and drives all care away
Chorus:
Music by: Lehar, Franz.
Words by: Smith, Harry B., and Robert B. Smith.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My Bill from Louisville.
First Line: You all know my old beau, ev'rybody used to call him Lovey Joe
Chorus: My Bill from Louisville, thinking 'bout him all day long, I can't keep still
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Bernard and Weston.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Naughty-naughty-naughty.
First Line: Say Flo, how'd you like to go and see a picture with me?
Chorus: Naughty, naughty, naughty, naughty! Oh you naughty, naughty boy!
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The Oceana roll.
First Line: Billy McCoy was a musical boy on the cruiser Alabama,
Chorus: Each fish and worm begins to twist and squirm
Music by: Denni, Lucien.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Oh baby mine.
First Line: How'd you like a cosy flat just for two, dear?
Chorus: Oh baby mine! Oh baby mine!
Music by: Boucher, Cecille.
Words by: Gustavus, Walter.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: One o'clock in the morning I get lonesome.
First Line: Jonesey with a frown, was telling Mister Brown, "Old pal, I'm just sick as I can be
Chorus: One o'clock in the morning I get lonesome, one o'clock in the morning I get blue
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Ragtime violin!
First Line: Mister Brown, Mister Brown, had a violin, went around, all around with his violin
Chorus: Fiddle up, fiddle up, on your violin
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Silver threads among the gold.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Danks, H. P.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Hamilton S. Gordon, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Somehow I can't forget you.
First Line: I've looked my old love letters thro,' I found a little note from you
Chorus: Somehow I can't forget you, although we're far apart
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Take me back to the garden of love.
First Line: Sweet thoughts of first love are filling me, with joy but once we feel
Chorus: Take me back to your garden of love, dear
Music by: Osborne, Nat.
Words by: Goetz, E. Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That aeroplane rag.
First Line: Now I've been made love to ev'ry way there be
Chorus: Oh you! ooo take me around the moon
Music by: Randall, Berte C.
Words by: Roegge, Fred C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That baboon baby dance.
First Line: Oh, honey won't you listen here?
Chorus: Oh that dance, that baboon baby dance
Music by: Cooper, Joe.
Words by: Oppenheim, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro Music Publishing Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That college rag.
First Line: Jump into a Taxi and we'll ride away
Chorus: That college rag why they never let the music drag
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Porter, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : The York Music Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That funny melody.
First Line: Liza Empathica Johnson down at the Emery wheel ball,
Chorus: I can't help gliding and sliding that tune
Music by: Bunner, Herbert.
Words by: Little, Geo. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Betts & Binner, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That haunting melody.
First Line: Tell me, have you ever heard this melody? Hum. ..
Chorus: Hum... Where have I heard that melody? It seems so familiar to me
Music by: Cohan, Geo. M.
Words by: Cohan, Geo. M.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That mysterious rag.
First Line: Did you hear it? were you near it?
Chorus: That... mysterious rag, while awake or while you're a slumbering
Music by: Berlin & Snyder.
Words by: Berlin & Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's a mother old and gray who needs me now.
First Line: As the golden sunbeams shone in all their glory
Chorus: There's a mother old and gray who needs me now
Music by: Diamond, Geo. H.
Words by: Diamond, Geo. H.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Harold Rossiter Music Company, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: They always pick on me.
First Line: When I was born my Pa and Ma they looked at me and said oh pshaw
Chorus: They always pick on me they never, never let me be
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Frisco, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: They're all good American names [Incomplete].
First Line: I love my dear old Yankee land, the land where hearts are free;
Chorus: Brady and O'Toole, Dooin and McCool, McInerny
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Till the sands of the desert grow cold.
First Line: The hot winds that come to thee, O'er desert sands all go for me
Chorus: Till the sands of the desert grow cold, and their infinite numbers are told
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Graff, Geo., Jr.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London and Paris : M. Witmark & Sons, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: What the engine done.
First Line: Listen! let me tell you what the engine done, she left New Orleans about a quarter to one,
Chorus:
Music by: Copeland, Les C.
Words by: Copeland, Les C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When I was twenty-one and you were sweet sixteen.
First Line: Old Hiram and Malinda awoke one sunny morn
Chorus: Put on your gingham gown, dear, come on to town with me
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When Ragtime Rosie ragged the rosary.
First Line: Old Parson Lee of Tennessee, in accents loud and clear
Chorus: When Ragtime Rosey ragged the rosary
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : F. A. Mills, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When the dew is on the rose.
First Line: Will you come with me, dear, where flowers grow?
Chorus: When the dew is on the rose, and the world is all repose
Music by: Owen, Anita.
Words by: Owen, Anita.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When you're away.
First Line: Dearest one, I've just begun to write and let you know how I have missed you
Chorus: When you're away, I feel so lonely, when you're away, I feel so blue
Music by: Grant, Bert.
Words by: Brown, Seymour, and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Winter moon.
First Line: When the moon is shining bright, when the lovers spoon at night
Chorus: Oh Mister winter moon we like to see your light
Music by: Allen, Frank.
Words by: Thompson, W. Amos.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1911.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: At the Yiddisher ball.
First Line: In our neighborhood we have, what you call, once a year a sociable ball
Chorus: At the ball, at the ball, at the yiddisher ball, there'll be only class, or there'll be nothing at all
Music by: Piani, Harry.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York, London and Toronto : Leo Feist, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Come love in the moonlight.
First Line: Come love, the hushed world is flooded with moonlight
Chorus: Come to me love in the moonlight Come hold my hand in the dreamlight
Music by: Gilbert, Halpin O'Reilly.
Words by: Gilbert, Halpin O'Reilly.
P/P/D: Chicago; Sydney : Will Rossiter; Albert & Son, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Dublin Bay.
First Line: Does any one know any one named Dooley? (Miss Dooley)
Chorus: From Dublin Bay, dear Dublin Bay, she sailed away one dreary day
Music by: Le Boy, Grace.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Dusty rag [Incomplete].
First Line: Way down in Tennessee happy as he can be
Chorus:
Music by: Aufderheide, May.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Indianapolis and Chicago : J. H. Aufderheide & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Everybody loves a chicken.
First Line: Two college boys from dear old Yale blew into New York town
Chorus: Ev'rybody loves a chicken Ev'rybody wants a girl that's cute and neat
Music by: Jones, Bobby.
Words by: Jones, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms and Francis, Day, & Hunter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Everybody twostep.
First Line: Oh, my dear, don't you hear the latest music hit?
Chorus: Everybody two-step and grab a girlie-girl
Music by: Herzer, Wallie.
Words by: Jones, Earl C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Forget me not.
First Line: Since fate decrees, beloved, that we must part
Chorus: Promise never to forget me
Music by: Aeko, W. A.
Words by: Denvir, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : John Franklin Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The ghost of the violin.
First Line: In a quaint old antique store, for a thousand years or more
Chorus: The ghost of the violin, the ghost played the violin
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Kalmer, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co.; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Good night nurse.
First Line: Now Sam McKee was sick and he was taken to a hospital
Chorus: Goodnight, nurse! tell the doctor I'm no better
Music by: Walker, W. Raymond.
Words by: Gray, Thomas J.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Granada waltzes.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Van Loan, Samuel D.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Globe Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: How can you forget?
First Line: Can it be that you forget? Dead to you the past?
Chorus: Can you forget those sweet days of yore?
Music by: Owen, Anita.
Words by: Owen, Anita.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I always knew the girl I'd love, would be a girl like you.
First Line: You ash me, dear, am I sincere, when I say, "I love you."
Chorus: I always knew the girl I'd love, would be a girl like you
Music by: Christie, George.
Words by: Walsh, J. Brandon.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, Paris and Melbourne : M. Witmark & Sons, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I want to be in Dixie.
First Line: I'm very glad I'm very glad because a train I'm takin'
Chorus: I want to be I want to be I want to be down home in Dixie
Music by: Berlin & Snyder.
Words by: Berlin & Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: In the cool of the evening when de lovin' am good.
First Line: Honey, I'm awaitin', waitin' here for you
Chorus: In the cool of de evening when de lovin' am good
Music by: Stamper, David.
Words by: Buck, Gene.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Isabel.
First Line: There's something lies deep in my heart, Isabel
Chorus: Isabel, when far away, dear Isabel
Music by: Penn, Arthur A.
Words by: Dewey, E. Duane.
P/P/D: Syracuse : E. Duane Dewey, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Last night was the end of the world.
First Line: We were alone in the moonlight, there in the shadow below
Chorus: Last night the stars were all aglow, last night I loved, I loved you so;
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sydney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Melancholy [Incomplete].
First Line: Come, sweetheart mine, don't sit and pine,
Chorus:
Music by: Burnett, Ernie.
Words by: Norton, Geo. A.
P/P/D: Memphis, Omaha, New York, Denver : Theron C. Bennett Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Mister moving picture man.
First Line: Oh, Mister moving picture man, I came to see your show
Chorus: Mister moving picture man, I've heard about your great big plan
Music by: Shannon, J. R.
Words by: Moriarity, Geo. J.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Mr. Ragtime Whippoorwill.
First Line: Look! there's a bird out on the front sill
Chorus: Mister ragtime whippoorwill singing on my wihindow
Music by: Sievers, Lou.
Words by: Downs, Wm. A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Company, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My little Nell.
First Line: Just a year ago today, little Nell she passed away
Chorus: Come back to me, my little Nell, come back my little Nell, to me
Music by: Penn, Arthur A.
Words by: Dewey, E. Duane.
P/P/D: Syracuse : E. Duane Dewey, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My man.
First Line: How dedo! how dedo! No, it's not you, it's not you, it's not you, it's not you!
Chorus: 'Cause you talk like my man, and you walk like my man,
Music by: Conrad and Whidden.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Oh! You circus day.
First Line: Oh my little Honey pin a rose on me
Chorus: On circus day just to see that mule dressed up in pants
Music by: Lessing, Edith Maida, and Jimmie V. Monaco.
Words by: Lessing, Edith Maida, and Jimmie V. Monaco.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Polly got a cracker.
First Line: When I started out in life, I surely thought I's some
Chorus: Polly wants a cracker, Polly wants a cracker
Music by: Gorbet, Z. F.
Words by: Gorbet, Z. F.
P/P/D: New Castle : Gorbet Bros., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The razzle dazzle glide.
First Line: Way down on the seashore where the breakers roll
Chorus: That Razzle Dazzle Glide, my honey, is some dance
Music by: Leopold, J. Walter.
Words by: Leopold, J. Walter.
P/P/D: Chicago : Thompson & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Row, row, row.
First Line: Young Jimmie Jones he had a cute little boat
Chorus: And then he'd row, row, row, way up the river he would row, row, row
Music by: Monaco, Jimmie V.
Words by: Jerome, William.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sydney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Society bear.
First Line: Millionaires, so the papers tell, learned a dance that we all know well
Chorus: Doing that society bear. Hetty Green and Rockefeller threw their shoulders up in the air
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Something tells me you're the girl.
First Line: If I were born without a heart I would not care for you
Chorus: Something tells me you're the girlie; Something whispers night and day
Music by: Shannon, J. R.
Words by: Moriarty, George J.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The sweetheart of Sigma Chi.
First Line: When the world goes wrong as it's bound to do, and you've broken Dan Cupid's bow
Chorus:
Music by: Vernor, F. Dudleigh.
Words by: Stokes, Byron D.
P/P/D: Albion, Michigan : Richard E. Vernor Publishing Company, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Take a little tip from father [Incomplete].
First Line: Old man Wilson had quite a family, Seven grown up boys
Chorus:
Music by: Berlin & Snyder.
Words by: Berlin & Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Take me back to Yankee land.
First Line: An American heiress like many do, craved for a foreign Count.
Chorus: Take me back to Yankee land, back to the home of the brave
Music by: Burtch, Roy L.
Words by: Ream, A. L.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Wulschner-Stewart Music Company, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That fire rag.
First Line: There is a rag that is called, the very jolliest of them all;
Chorus: Oh, oh, that fire rag, you can tell it by the drag
Music by: Jerreld, Charles J. W.
Words by: Witol, Wm.
P/P/D: Washington : H. Kirkus Dugdale Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That mellow melody.
First Line: Do I hear somebody sigh? Do I hear somebody cry?
Chorus: Oh, that mellow melody, sends a chill, sends a thrill down your spine
Music by: Meyer, George W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That old girl of mine [Incomplete].
First Line: The twilight shades are falling, the sun has gine to rest.
Chorus: In your eyes the light of love was softly beaming
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Jones, Earle C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That's how I need you.
First Line: Sometimes when someone needs something, something to make someone glad
Chorus: Like the roses need their fragrance, like a sweetheart needs a kiss
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, and Joe McCarthy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: They gotta quit kickin' my dawg aroun'.
First Line: Wunst me 'n Lem Briggs 'n ol' Bill Brown tuk a load of cawn to town
Chorus: Every time I come to town, the boys keep kickin' my dawg aroun'
Music by: Perkins, Cy.
Words by: Oungst, Webb M.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Stark Music Co, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Those ragtime melodies.
First Line: You have heard most of the songs of late, everyone likes something up to date
Chorus: Oh, oh, those ragtime melodies! Oh, oh, those ragtime melodies!
Music by: Hodgkins, Gene.
Words by: Hodgkins, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Thou art so dear to me.
First Line: Thou art so dear to me, 'tis with thine eyes I see,
Chorus:
Music by: Spencer, Herbert.
Words by: Gardner, Wm. H.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, Paris and Melbourne : M. Witmark & Sons, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When I get you alone to-night.
First Line: Willie, Willie, Willie was so bashful, he was silly, ev'ry girl made him feel shy
Chorus: When I get you alone to night, when I get you alone to night
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe, and Joe Goodwin.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When I lost you.
First Line: The roses each one, met with the sun, sweetheart, when I met you
Chorus: I lost the sunshine and roses, I lost the heavens of blue
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When I met you at the fair in Tipperary.
First Line: A quaint old fashioned couple, on St. Patrick's morn,
Chorus: When you wore a wreath of posies, and a little bow of green,
Music by: McKenna, Wm. J.
Words by: Murphy, Stanley.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When that midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam'.
First Line: I've had a mighty busy day, i've had to pack my things away
Chorus: When that midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam', I'll be right there
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Ted Snyder Co; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When the twilight comes to kiss the rose "good night!"
First Line: Near a rose bush down in 'Dixie I am dreaming
Chorus:
Music by: Petrie, Henry W.
Words by: Roden, Robert F.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Why did you make me care?
First Line: You say that you must leave me, that you and I must part
Chorus: Why did you make me care, why bring me dreams so rare
Music by: Solman, Alfred.
Words by: Maguire, Sylvester.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: You're such a lonesome moon tonight.
First Line: Last night when all the drowsy world lay dreaming in the silver light;
Chorus: You're such a lonesome moon tonight, somehow you make me blue
Music by: Gilbert, Jean.
Words by: Hough, Will M.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Company; Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1912.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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____________________ 1913____________________

Title: All aboard for Dixie land.
First Line: My baggage is waitin', my heart syncopatin', Now I hope there'll be no hesitatin'
Chorus: Dixie! All aboard the boat for Dixie
Music by: Cobb, George L.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : J. Fred Helf, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The curse of an aching heart.
First Line: You made me think you cared for me, and I believe in you
Chorus: You made me what I am today, I hope you're satisfied
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Fink, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Do you take this woman for your lawful wife? I do, I do.
First Line: The wedding bells were ringing in the church across the way
Chorus: Do you take this woman for your lawful wife, I do, I do
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sydney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The girl from Illinois.
First Line: To all the schools of our great land, to college and varsity,
Chorus: She's the girl from Illinois, she loves the orange and the blue
Music by: Guy, Ruth C.
Words by: Guy, Ruth C.
P/P/D: Champaign : The U. of I. Supply Store, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Good-bye summer! So long fall! Hello wintertime!
First Line: Summer came in all its splendor, sweethearts whispered love words tender
Chorus: Good-bye summer; so long fall; hello winter time
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : The Wenrich-Howard Company, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Happy little country girl.
First Line: I know a girl, sweet little pearl, doesn't know a thing about the city whirl
Chorus: Happy, happy, happy little country girl, much too good for any duke or earl
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: He'd have to get under -- get out and get under (to fix up his automobile).
First Line: Johnny O'Connor bought an automobile, he took his sweetheart for a ride one Sunday
Chorus: He'd have to get under, get out and get under to fix his little machine
Music by: Abrahams, Maurice.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Abrahams Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I'm afraid I'm beginning to love you.
First Line: Maybe, it was in your eyes, maybe, it was in your sighs,
Chorus: I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid I'm beginning to love you
Music by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I'm going back to Carolina.
First Line: Don't ask me why I'm leaving, you see that I'm nor grieving,
Chorus: I'm going back to Carolina, that's where I belong,
Music by: Downs, Billy and Erdman, Ernie.
Words by: Downs, Billy and Erdman, Ernie.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Harold Rossiter Music Company, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I'm on my way to Mandalay.
First Line: One I love, far away, far away, far away, land of love, Mandalay, Mandalay, Mandalay
Chorus: I'm on my way to Mandalay, beneath the shelt'ring palms I want to stray
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: In the candlelight.
First Line: Come where the lights are gleaming, come where the flowers are dreaming, dearie, hear me, under your balcony
Chorus: In the candlelight, in the candlelight, when your love is true and your heart is true
Music by: Brown, Fleta Jan.
Words by: Brown, Fleta Jan.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The international rag.
First Line: What did you do America they're after you America
Chorus: London dropped it's dignity so has France and Germany
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Isle d'amour.
First Line: I know an island, my dear, an island to where lovers steer, there is no chart, only your heart to guide you to its shore so near
Chorus:
Music by: Edwards, Leo.
Words by: Carroll, Earl.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Kiss me good-night!
First Line: By an open window sat Harry and Flo, all alone, nobody home
Chorus: Kiss me goodnight, you better kiss me good-night, hon, hon, hon, hon, better hurry, Papa's home
Music by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Lonesome baby (I'm coming back to you).
First Line: Oh, oh, I've read your loving letter
Chorus: Lonesome baby, with your lonesome baby stare,
Music by: Ayer, Nat. D.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Oh! How she dances! (she's from my home town).
First Line: A fakir man once stood outside of a big side show and loudly cried:
Chorus: Oh, how she dances, Oh, how she dances!
Music by: Redman, E.
Words by: Lewis, Roger.
P/P/D: Chicago; Sydney : Will Rossiter; Albert & Son, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The old maids ball.
First Line: Talk about your funny masquerades, talk about your funny looking braids
Chorus: There were old maids short and tall, dancing 'round the hall,
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Peg o' my heart.
First Line: Oh! my heart's in a whirl, over one little girl,
Chorus: Peg o' my heart, I love you, we'll never part,
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Sailing down the Chesapeake Bay.
First Line: 'Round the bend I see the steamer comin', dear,
Chorus: Come on, Nancy, put your best dress on, Come on, Nancy 'fore the steamboat's gone
Music by: Botsford, George.
Words by: Havez, Jean C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That baseball rag.
First Line: Oh Mister Fan oh Mister Fan let's be on our way
Chorus: Oh Oh That Glidin' Baseball Rag
Music by: Jones, Clarence.
Words by: Wolff, Dave.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's a girl in the heart of Maryland (with a heart that belongs to me).
First Line: In a quaint old fashioned garden, in a quaint old fashioned town,
Chorus: There's a girl in the heart of Maryland, with a heart that belongs to me
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: To have, to hold, to love.
First Line: There comes a vision fair to me, awake, asleep, alone
Chorus: To have, to hold, to love you forever and a day
Music by: MacBoyle, Darl.
Words by: Ball, Ernest R.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, Paris and Melbourne : M. Witmark & Sons, c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The trail of the lonesome pine.
First Line: On a mountain in Virginia stands a lonesome pine
Chorus: In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, on the the trail of the lonesome pine
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro-Bernstein & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When the whole world has gone back on you (come to me).
First Line: Now my fool's dream is past since you've told me at last, that your love can no longer be true
Chorus: When the whole world has gone back on you, come to me
Music by: Edwards, Gus.
Words by: Madden, Edward.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Where did you get that girl?
First Line: Lonesome Johnnie Warner, sitting in a corner of a sweel cafe
Chorus: Where did you get that girl? oh! you lucky devil
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert.
P/P/D: New York : Kalmar & Puck Music Co., c1913.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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____________________ 1914____________________

Title: At the Mississippi cabaret [Incomplete].
First Line: I came to town just to take in the sights,
Chorus: the levee, with the new dances a chance they're talking, you'll have to laugh
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Back back back to Indiana.
First Line: Oh! Don't you hear that whistle blowing!
Chorus: Back, back, back to Indiana! Where the Wabash flows, to my Hoosier Rose
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Ballin' the jack.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Smith, Chris, and James Reese Europe.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: California and you.
First Line: Oh! You old Pacific coast, oh! you land I love the most
Chorus: Don't you remember California in September?
Music by: Puck, Harry.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Kalmar & Puck Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Down at the barbecue.
First Line: Toot, toot, toot, hear that whistle screeching, toot, toot, toot, hear the Preacher preaching
Chorus: Down at the barbecue, down at the barbecue
Music by: Erdman, Ernie, and Roger Lewis.
Words by: Erdman, Ernie, and Roger Lewis.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The good ship Mary Ann.
First Line: There's a tiny black speck 'way out on the sea,
Chorus: It's the good ship Mary Ann bringing back my lovin' man
Music by: Le Boy, Grace.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Hello Hawaii how are you? [cover only].
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Bert Kalmar.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., ca. 1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I can't stop loving you now.
First Line: You've done it, you've done it, you made me love you
Chorus: I can't, no I can't stop loving you now,
Music by: Snyder, Ted.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I had a gal, I had a pal (he stole my gal away).
First Line: So hard to tell who your friends are, one thing I know, there are few
Chorus: I had a gal, I had a pal, he had to steal my gal away
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: Broadway : F. A. Mills, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I'm gone, good-bye.
First Line: Ah works out at de Rollin' mill
Chorus: "Dis town's too slow, paydays too far apart I'm gone; Good-bye."
Music by: Scott, Genevieve.
Words by: Smith, Grace Gertrude.
P/P/D: Washington : H. Kirkus Dugdale Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Laddie.
First Line: Deep in the heart of the woodland sat a little girl one day
Chorus: Laddie you're the only one who loves me Laddie you're the only one who cares
Music by: Moore, Luella Lockwood.
Words by: Lawton, J. Fred.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Buck & Lowney, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Let by-gones be by-gones (and let us be sweethearts again).
First Line: To err is but human, forgiveness divine
Chorus: Let by-gones be by-gones and let us be sweethearts again
Music by: Grant, Bert.
Words by: Williams, Harry, and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Williams Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Love's own sweet song.
First Line: In the toils of love I'm caught,
Chorus: Oh let us come and dance with joy
Music by: Kalman, Emmerich.
Words by: Cushing, C. C. S, and E. P. Heath.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Piping rock.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Smith, Chris.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Put it on, take it off.
First Line: In the state of Alabam there lived a clothing man named Sam
Chorus: Put it on, take it off, wrap it up, take it home call again
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, and Joe Young.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Kalmar & Puck Music Co. Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Rebecca of Sunny-brook Farm.
First Line: There's a farm upon a hill, down in Maine, and there a little girl waits for me
Chorus: Where the honey suckle vine twines itself around the door
Music by: Gumble, Albert.
Words by: Brown, A. Seymour.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Sweetheart of my dreams.
First Line: When a girl you love is far away and her heart to you is true,
Chorus: Dreams, dreams of you sweet heart, dreams dreams of thee
Music by: Schaefer, Harry P.
Words by: Schaefer, Harry P.
P/P/D: Lake Charles, La. : The Regent Music Publishing Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: We take out hats off to you, Mr. Wilson!
First Line: You're one of Uncle Sammy's boys,
Chorus: We take out hats off to you, Mister Wilson
Music by: Merill, Blanche.
Words by: Merill, Blanche.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream).
First Line: I wander tonight where the moon softly beams
Chorus: When I was a dreamer and you were my dream, we lived in a palace of gold
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Lewis, Roger, and Geo. A. Little.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When you wore a tulip and I wore a big red rose.
First Line: I met you in a garden in an old Kentucky town, the sun was shining down, you wore a gingham gown
Chorus: When you wore a tulip, a sweet yellow tulip, and I wore a big red rose
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Whippoorwill.
First Line: Why are you silent, dearie? Whippoorwill, why so still?
Chorus: Sing a lullaby, breezes breathe a sigh
Music by: Denni, Lucien.
Words by: Meredith, Gwen.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Buck & Lowney, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: You and I.
First Line: Wait just a while and dream with me,
Chorus: Ev'ry ripple of the brook sings you and I
Music by: Bloodgood, Linda.
Words by: O'Hara, Fiske.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: You won my heart.
First Line: Honey, honey, listen to my plea I fear there's something wrong with me
Chorus: You won my heart right from the start
Music by: Strasser, Fred.
Words by: Hibbeler, Ray.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : Harold Rossiter Music Co., c1914.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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____________________ 1915____________________

Title: The bride and the groom.
First Line: A bride and a groom were married at noon and started away on their honeymoon
Chorus:
Music by: Lange, Arthur.
Words by: Branen, Jeff.
P/P/D: New York : Jeff Branen, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Don't bite the hand that's feeding you.
First Line: Last night, as I lay asleeping,
Chorus: "If you don't like your Uncle Sammy, then go back to your home o'er the sea.."
Music by: Morgan, Jimmie.
Words by: Hoier, Thomas.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The dream that gave you back to me [Incomplete].
First Line: Far, far away, dear, among the years,
Chorus: So real they seem; my heart forgets its pain
Music by: Mueller, Iva Moore.
Words by: Mueller, Iva Moore.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Frank C. Huston, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Everybody's happy when the goose hangs high.
First Line: Rufus Rastus was a hungry coon who liked his chicken pie
Chorus: Everybody's happy when the goose hangs high,
Music by: Threlkeld, Erle.
Words by: Threlkeld, Erle.
P/P/D: Charleston, IL : Erle and Leo Publishing Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Honey-moon bells.
First Line: Honey, dear, can't you hear, Can't you hear, the joy bells ring, very clear, very clear?
Chorus: Joy bells! Sweet girl and boy bells!
Music by: Botsford, George.
Words by: Havez, Jean C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: If you've got a little bit hang on to it, it's hard to get a little bit more.
First Line: There's an old old saying ev'ry little bit helps just the same as two and two makes four
Chorus: If you've got a little bit hang on to it its hard to get a little bit more
Music by: Olman, Abe.
Words by: Rose, Ed.
P/P/D: Chicago : La Salle Music Publishers, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Just like a mother.
First Line: Bidding farewell to her boy one day, just at the break of dawn
Chorus: Just like a mother will always do living and loving for me and for you
Music by: Petrie, H. W.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Seidel Music Publishing Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Keep the home-fires burning (till the boys come home).
First Line: They were summoned from the hillside, they were called in from the glen
Chorus: Keep the home-fires burning, while your hearts are yearning
Music by: Novello, Ivor.
Words by: Ford, Lena Guilbert.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Kiss me again.
First Line: Ah! dear one! How often I think of the past!
Chorus:
Music by: Herbert, Victor.
Words by: Blossom, Henry.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: On the old Ambraw.
First Line: Do you remember those nights in June
Chorus: Summer night, bright moonlight, on the old Ambraw
Music by: Threlkeld, Erle.
Words by: Threlkeld, Erle.
P/P/D: Charleston, IL : Erle and Leo Publishing Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Rackety coo!
First Line: Just beneath the eaves, 'midst ivy leaves, a little pigeon dwells
Chorus: Ev'ry night I hear her sing "Tweet, tweet!" this little pigeon true
Music by: Friml, Rudolf.
Words by: Hauerbach, Otto.
P/P/D: New York, London; Boston : G. Schirmer; The Boston Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Since I lost you, mother o'mine.
First Line: Deep in the valley of sorrow, I walk alone today
Chorus: Since I lost you Mother O'Mine, all alone just for you, dear I pine
Music by: Hughes, Jos H., and Harry Richardson.
Words by: Hughes, Jos H., and Harry Richardson.
P/P/D: Saginaw, Mi. : Jos H. Hughes, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Someone remembers though the world forgets.
First Line: The day you came into my life, the world seemed fair to me
Chorus: Don't change the sunshine to shadows, love me each day the same
Music by: Van Lynden, Clair.
Words by: Maquire, Sylvester.
P/P/D: New York, San Francisco and St. Louis : Buck and Lowney, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Somewhere-sometime.
First Line: Somewhere in the world there is a mate for whom we sigh,
Chorus: Somewhere, somewhere, the happy time will be,
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Smith, Jack.
P/P/D: Chicago : Jackson-Smith Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: A song of the gale.
First Line: Oh Mariner, I beg take heed a cloud appears in yonder sky
Chorus: The rippling sea has lost it's hue
Music by: Hayden-Clarendon, J.
Words by: Hayden-Clarendon, J.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The sweetest girl in Monterey.
First Line: Monterey, Monterey, where the roses are always in bloom
Chorus: She's the sweetest girl in Monterey, she's waiting there for me
Music by: Paley, Herman.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: That's the song of songs for me.
First Line: It's a long way back to my mother's knee, but I wish that I was there,
Chorus: It's a song that I heard in my childhood, a song that I cannot forget,
Music by: Osborne, Nat.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's a broken heart for every light on Broadway.
First Line: Oh, let me live on Broadway where the lights are all aglow, where everyone seems happy in the crowds that come and go
Chorus: There's a broken heart for every light on Broadway, a million tears for every gleam, they say
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's a long, long trail.
First Line: Nights are growing very lonely, days are very long
Chorus: There's a long, long trail a-winding into the land of my dreams
Music by: Elliot, Zo.
Words by: King, Stoddard.
P/P/D: S.l. : M. Witmark & Sons, c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: To Lou.
First Line: The time has come to say goodbye to you; I'm goin' to turn my thoughts from you to Lou
Chorus: To Lou I gave my heart to my lady Lou to live on just a little love, a little bit of love; to Lou I owe a lot to
Music by: Lange, Arthur.
Words by: Branen, Jeff.
P/P/D: New York : The Joe Morris Music Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Underneath the stars.
First Line: Thro' the orange grove the stars are gleaming, to the river nightingales are calling
Chorus: Jack-o' lantern in the lilac tree dances
Music by: Spencer, Herbert.
Words by: Brown, Fleta Jean.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: We'll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home.
First Line: I've lost my appetite, Can't sleep a wink at night
Chorus: I've got a sneaky feeling 'round my heart that I want to settle down
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Goetz, Coleman.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When old Bill Bailey plays the ukalele.
First Line: In Honolulu town a man known miles around has turned things upside down
Chorus: When old Bill Bailey plays the ukalele down in Honolulu they do the "Hula Hula"
Music by: McCarron, Chas., and Nat. Vincent.
Words by: McCarron, Chas., and Nat. Vincent.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1915.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Back to Alabama in the spring.
First Line: Cotton picking time, haven't got a dime, I reckon I must go
Chorus: I left my Daddy and Mammy when I ran away from Alabammy
Music by: Palmer, Al. J., and Lew Denney.
Words by: Palmer, Al. J., and Lew Denney.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Do what your mother did (I'll do the same as your dad).
First Line: Come on, Mary, what do you say, Come on, Mary, this is the day
Chorus: Come on and do, do, do, what your mother did
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Dillon, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Don't leave me, daddy.
First Line: I've been a thinking about you, daddy, thinking of you night and day
Chorus: Don't leave me daddy! Won't you tell me why you're leaving?
Music by: Verges, Jos. M.
Words by: Verges, Jos. M.
P/P/D: New Orleans : Triangle Music Publishing Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Down Honolulu way.
First Line: I can see two eyes wherein the lovelight gleams
Chorus: Come where the moon is always shining, down Honolulu way.
Music by: Burtnett, Earl, and Jos A. Burke.
Words by: Dempsey, J. E.
P/P/D: London; New York : Francis, Day & Hunter; Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Good-bye, good luck, God bless you.
First Line: It's hard to part when heart to heart we've lived and loved and dreamed
Chorus: Goodbye, good luck, God bless you, is all that I can say, but when you leave, my heart will grieve forever and a day
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The Honolulu hicki boola boo.
First Line: It's goin' to get you, It's goin' to get you, The Honolulu Hicki-Boola-Boo
Chorus: Step up forward, then retreat, keep your fingers going while you move your feet
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: McCarron, Chas., and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I know I got more than my share.
First Line: To ev'ryone beneath the sun, God sends his blessings down, like dew they fall upon us all, in ev'ry home they're found
Chorus: God gives the wise men their wisdom, sends all the poets their dreams
Music by: Clarke, Grant, and Howard Johnson.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, and Howard Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: In the sweet long ago.
First Line: I'm getting tired of our up-to-date ways up-to-date plays, we see now a-days
Chorus: Can't you bring back the olden love-days, the golden love-days of long ago
Music by: Heath, Bobby, Arthur Lange, and Alfred Solman.
Words by: Heath, Bobby, Arthur Lange, and Alfred Solman.
P/P/D: New York : The Joe Morris Music Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Ireland, I'm for you.
First Line: There's a land you hear about in story verse and song
Chorus: So, Ireland, I'm for you Ireland old Erin's Isleland across the sea
Music by: Byers, Hale, Hi Wilson, and Irving Newhoff.
Words by: Byers, Hale, Hi Wilson, and Irving Newhoff.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Newhoff, Byers & Wilson, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: It's lovin' time.
First Line: I've tried this summer love in June
Chorus: This sure is lovin' time a turtle dovin' time
Music by: Byers, Hale, Hi Wilson, and Irving Newhoff.
Words by: Byers, Hale, Hi Wilson, and Irving Newhoff.
P/P/D: Kansas City : Newhoff, Byers & Wilson, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Joy man blues.
First Line: Tuesday when I woke I felt so awful blue
Chorus: Don't you miss your Joy Man Baby? Don't you miss your Joy Man Baby?
Music by: Middleton, Scott and Billy Smythe.
Words by: Middleton, Scott and Billy Smythe.
P/P/D: Louisville : Billy Smythe Music Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My Hawaiian sunshine.
First Line: If you've never been there, it's beyond your understanding
Chorus: Hawaiian sunshine I claim that you're mine
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Carey Morgan.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Carey Morgan.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My Honolulu ukulele baby.
First Line: Down in Honolulu in the land of paradise
Chorus: She's my ukulele baby, she's the pride of dear Hawaii
Music by: Kailimai, Henry.
Words by: Johnson, Gerald N.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My Indiana Home.
First Line: I can see the old, old home tonight, back among those Hoosier hills
Chorus: Dear old-fashioned homestead that I left long years ago; 'tis there that the old folks are waiting to welcome me, I know
Music by: Keith, Clifton.
Words by: Hayes, Homer.
P/P/D: Clinton, Ind. : Homer Hayes, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Never let the same bee sting you twice.
First Line: I was happy, oh so happy, when I got a note today from my fellar
Chorus: Never let the same bee sting you twice for the first time there's excuse
Music by: Mack, Cecil, and Chris Smith.
Words by: Mack, Cecil, and Chris Smith.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Put on your slippers and fill up your pipe (you're not going bye-bye tonight).
First Line: The Joneses had been married just a week and seven days
Chorus: Put on your slippers and fill up your pipe, you're not going "bye-bye" tonight
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Moran, Ed P., and Will A. Heelan.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Roses of Picardy.
First Line: She is watching by the poplars, Colinette with the sea-blue eyes
Chorus:
Music by: Wood, Haydn.
Words by: Weatherly, Fred. E.
P/P/D: S.l. : Chappell & Co., Ltd., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Sweethearts.
First Line: I'm dreaming of an island of love where you and I will stray
Chorus: Sweethearts, just you and me, sweethearts ever we'll be
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Kahn, Gustave.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's only one little girl.
First Line: There's an old time song I know that I heard long years ago
Chorus: One little girl, beneath the sun, little girl.
Music by: Cohan, Geo. M.
Words by: Cohan, Geo. M.
P/P/D: New York : Wm Jerome Pub. Corp., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's someone more lonesome than you.
First Line: You say you're feeling blue, you don't know what to do,
Chorus: There's someone more lonesome than you
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Klein, Lou.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Sydney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: They're wearing 'em higher in Hawaii (higher-higher-higher).
First Line: Henry Meyer was a buyer, buying Ladies wear,
Chorus: For they're wearing 'em higher in Hawaii, higher, higher, higher, higher in Hawaii
Music by: Mohr, Halsey K.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shariro, Bernstein & Co., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Tonight in dreamland.
First Line: I met you sweetheart in the gloaming, 'neath the beautiful heavens of blue
Chorus: Tonight in dream land we will meet, as in the days of old,
Music by: Hughes, Frederick E.
Words by: Palmer, Al. J.
P/P/D: Columbus : Al. J. Palmer Music Publisher, c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: You may hold a million girlies in your arms.
First Line: When the shadows fall, someone I recall, loved her so, long ago
Chorus: You may hold a million girlies in your arms. but there's only room for one down in your heart
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1916.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Along the way to Waikiki.
First Line: Far away far away where the balmy breezes blow
Chorus: And if you like you can hike with me along the way to Waikiki
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: America needs you like a mother (would you turn your mother down?).
First Line: I seem to see a picture of a mother, with her children by her side
Chorus: America has been a mother to the children of the world
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Clark, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The Aunt Jemima slide.
First Line: Aunt Jemima lives down where the deacons are strict, about the way the Holy work goes on
Chorus: Oh, that Aunt Jemima slide, how they sway from side to side
Music by: Johnson, Karl.
Words by: McNutt, Hugh.
P/P/D: St. Joseph, Mo. : Hugh McNutt, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Blue bird.
First Line: Blue bird, I confess, that I love your story;
Chorus: Blue bird, carry my happiness back to me.
Music by: Grant, F. Bernard.
Words by: Graff Jr., Geo.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Bring back my daddy to me.
First Line: A sweet little girl, with bright golden curls, sat playing with toys on the floor,
Chorus: "I don't want a dress or a dolly, 'cause dollies get broken 'round here,
Music by: Meyer, George W.
Words by: Tracey, William, and Howard Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Cheer up! The sun will soon be shining.
First Line: Ev'ry little girl that's lonely ev'ry little girl that's sad
Chorus: Cheer up, the sun will soon be shining
Music by: Sterling, Andrew B., Bernie Grossman, and Arthur Lange.
Words by: Sterling, Andrew B., Bernie Grossman, and Arthur Lange.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Cherry blossom.
First Line: In the time of cherry blossoms far away in old Japan
Chorus: Just wait for me little cherry blossom across the sea
Music by: Raymond, Harry.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Cherry blossoms.
First Line: When the cherry blossoms on the trees, nod and bow, nod and bow.
Chorus: Cherry blossom, sweet, I love you,
Music by: Moody, Wallace.
Words by: Nesbit, W. D., and Wallace Moody.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Chin-chin chinaman.
First Line: See him coming down the streeeet, hear the patter of his feeeet
Chorus: Chin-chin-chin-chin-chin-chin chinaman, singing all the day
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, and Ballard Macdonald.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: China, we owe a lot to you.
First Line: When I woke up the other morn, I found a new Republic had been born,
Chorus: China, 'way out near Asia Minor, no country could be finer
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Ching Chong.
First Line: Way out in old San Fran there is a Chinaman who's known for miles around
Chorus: Ching Chong, oh Mister Ching Chong, you're the king of Chinatown
Music by: Roberts, Lee S.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Chicago : Lee S. Roberts, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Chu Chin Chow.
First Line: In a fairy book a Chinese crook has won such won'drous fame
Chorus: Beware of Chu Chin Chow take care he's coming now
Music by: Stamper, Dave.
Words by: Buck, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms; Francis, Day & Hunter, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Cleopatra had a jazz band.
First Line: History repeats itself, so the wise men say,
Chorus: Cleopatra has a jazz band in her castle on the Nile
Music by: Coogan, Jack.
Words by: Morgan, Jimmy, and Jack Coogan.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Don't try to steal the sweetheart of a soldier.
First Line: He marched off and left his girl behind him
Chorus: Don't try to steal the sweetheart of a soldier
Music by: Van & Schenck.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Faugh-a-ballagh (faug-a-bolla).
First Line: There's a new word used today, in the trenches so the say,
Chorus: Faugh-a-ballagh! the Dublin boys are here,
Music by: Olman, Abe.
Words by: Rose, Ed.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Have a smile for everyone you meet and they will have a smile for you.
First Line: When you're blue and things go wrong with you,
Chorus: Have a smile for everyone you meet, and ev'ry one will have a smile for you.
Music by: Rule, Bert.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn, and Paul Cunningham.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco and London : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Hello, aloha, hello.
First Line: There is a melody, known for a century, in the air, everywhere
Chorus: Aloha, hello, your refrain sweet and low
Music by: Meyer, George.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Hong Kong.
First Line: There are many oriental places, down in Chinatown
Chorus: Hong Kong, Hong Kong, there is no other place like Hong Kong,
Music by: Von Holstein, Hans, and Alma M. Sanders.
Words by: Pascoe, Richard W.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I may be gone for a long long time.
First Line: Goodbye dear, I'm leaving you today
Chorus: I may be gone for a long, long time long, long time long, long time,
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I miss you most at twilight.
First Line: When sunset, dear is fading and shadows one by one
Chorus: I miss you most at twilight I want you more it seems
Music by: Coney, Al. B.
Words by: Whitson, Beth Slater.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: I'm going to be a soldier and fight for the U.S.A.
First Line: Yankee boys you've got to do great fighting, fighting for Uncle Sam
Chorus: I'm going to be a soldier, and fight for the U. S. A.
Music by: Haller, and Stafford.
Words by: Haller, and Stafford.
P/P/D: New York : Haller & Stafford, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: In the land of wedding bells.
First Line: Hear the organ playing, hear the choir sing, there's no use delaying, hear the church bells ring
Chorus: Gee, but it's grand in the land of wedding bells, sweet land of joy for girl and boy
Music by: Meyer, George W.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Indiana.
First Line: I have always been a wand'rer over land and sea
Chorus: Back home again in Indiana, and it seems that I can see
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: It takes a long tall brown-skin gal to make a preacher lay his Bible down.
First Line: Old Deacon Johnson was a preachin' man the black sky pilot of old Dixieland
Chorus: It takes a long tall brown skin gal to make a preacher lay his Bible down
Music by: Skidmore, Will E.
Words by: Walker, Marshall.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Skidmore Music Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The jazz dance.
First Line: Ev'rybody's talking 'bout that brand new rag that just came out
Chorus: First you place your hands upon your hips just so, then glide
Music by: Overstreet, W. Benton.
Words by: Overstreet, W. Benton.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Joan of Arc they are calling you.
First Line: While you are sleeping, your France is weeping, wake from your dreams, maid of France.
Chorus: Joan of Arc, Joan of Arc, do your eyes, from the skies, see the foe?
Music by: Wells, Jack.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred, and Willie Weston.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Just a little cottage (I'll call it home sweet home).
First Line: All day long I've been dreaming, ev'ry minute I'm scheming
Chorus: Just a little cottage with red roses 'round the door
Music by: Egan, Jack.
Words by: Harriman, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Just for the sake of your mother.
First Line: A boy stood embracing his mother ready to kiss her goodbye
Chorus: Just for the sake of your mother keep on the right road each day
Music by: Schaeffer, Lew, and Phil Leventhal.
Words by: Schaeffer, Lew, and Phil Leventhal.
P/P/D: New York : S. and L. Music Pub. Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Just you.
First Line: There's a feeling stealing over me, there's a throbbing in my heart,
Chorus: 'Tis you, just you, I've loved you and never knew
Music by: Barth, Con.
Words by: Barth, Con.
P/P/D: New York & Cleveland : A. J. Stasny Music Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Just you and me.
First Line: When the evening bells am ringing and the sun am gone to rest
Chorus: Honey, now my heart is pining 'cause I love you so
Music by: Stamper, Dave.
Words by: Buck, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms; Francis, Day & Hunter, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Kathleen.
First Line: Sweet Kathleen don't you hear my hert calling, 'tis a calling for you day by day
Chorus: Write me, you miss me sweet Kathleen, me rose
Music by: Harris, Chas. K.
Words by: Harris, Chas. K.
P/P/D: New York : Chas K. Harris, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Let us say a prayer for Daddy.
First Line: In a humble home two sad hearts alone
Chorus: Let us say a prayer for Daddy he is far across the sea
Music by: Schaeffer, Lew, and Phil Leventhal.
Words by: Schaeffer, Lew, and Phil Leventhal.
P/P/D: New York : S. & L. Music Pub. Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Liberty bell.
First Line: You have rested liberty bell, for a hundred years and more
Chorus: Liberty bell, it's time to ring again, liberty bell, it's time to swing again
Music by: Mohr, Halsey K.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Long boy.
First Line: He was just a long, lean country gink from 'way out West where th' hoptoads wink
Chorus: Goodby, Ma! Goodby, Pa! Goodby, Mule, with yer old heehaw!
Music by: Walker, Barclay.
Words by: Herschell, William.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Lorraine (my beautiful Alsace Lorraine).
First Line: Beside a campfire gleaming, a grenadier was dreaming
Chorus: Lorraine,Lorraine, my beautiful Alsace Lorraine
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy and Fisher Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Love will find the way.
First Line: Behold my love, the dawn is breaking
Chorus: For love will always find the way
Music by: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Words by: Van Brunt, Walter.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Frisco, Sidney, London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Mister Butterfly.
First Line: To a garden in Japan one day came a sailor man
Chorus: See that painted butterfly pass the the faded flowers by
Music by: Edwards, Leo.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The modern maiden's prayer [Incomplete].
First Line: When Grandma was a girlie it was a custom
Chorus:
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Mr. Jazz, himself.
First Line: I know a certain fellow, who's filling people with joy
Chorus: Shake hands with Mr. Jazz, himself!
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My butterfly.
First Line: A butterfly one day, flitting idly on it's way
Chorus: My butterfly I'm so sad and lonely, my butterfly come back to me
Music by: Lewis, Roger, and Ernie Erdman.
Words by: Lewis, Roger, and Ernie Erdman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: My sweetie.
First Line: I never felt so happy before, a little rascal knocked at my door
Chorus: Wait till you see me with my sweetie, showing her off to the crowd
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Nigger war bride blues.
First Line: Listen folks I'm going to tell you
Chorus: I never tells nobody a lie mos' every day I jes' sigh an' I cry
Music by: LeBlanc, Mitch.
Words by: Marten, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Houston and Galveston : Thos. Goggan & Bro., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Oh, Johnny, oh, Johnny, oh.
First Line: All the girls are crazy 'bout a certain little lad
Chorus: Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! how you can love!
Music by: Olman, Abe.
Words by: Rose, Ed.
P/P/D: Chicago; Sydney : Forster Music Publishing Inc.; J. Albert & Son, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: One day in June (it might have been you).
First Line: You made me think that some time you and I
Chorus: One day in June, you're going to feel lonesome
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Oriental nights.
First Line: Oh, those oriental nights, silver lining in the sky
Chorus:
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Anatol Friedland.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Anatol Friedland.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern & Co, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Road house rag.
First Line: Oh, honey, can you hear, what is it chasing near behind us?
Chorus: Oh, oh, you Road House Rag, such a rag, such a rag, such a lovely rag
Music by: Sloane, A. Baldwin.
Words by: Hazzard, John E., and Percival Knight.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Send me away with a smile.
First Line: Little girl, don't cry, I must say "good-bye;" don't you hear the bugle call?
Chorus: Send me away with a smile, little girl, brush the tears from eyes of brown
Music by: Weslyn, Louis, and Al. Piantadosi.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis, and Al. Piantadosi.
P/P/D: New York : Al. Pinatadosi & Co., Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Since they're playin' Hawaiian tunes in Dixie.
First Line: Hawaiia, what did you do? I blame my troubles on you
Chorus: Since they're playin' Hawaiian tunes in Dixieland
Music by: Grossman, Bernie, Billy Winkle, and Arthur Lange.
Words by: Grossman, Bernie, Billy Winkle, and Arthur Lange.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: So long, mother.
First Line: Oh mother dear a little tear is gleaming in your eye
Chorus: So long my dear old lady don't you cry
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Egan, Raymond, and Gus Kahn.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Some day somebody's gonna get you.
First Line: I'm getting kind of tired of saying good night
Chorus: Someday somebody's gonna get you, Someday somebody's gonna pet you
Music by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Carey Morgan.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe, and Carey Morgan.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and London : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Someone is waiting for you.
First Line: Picture a chair by an old fireside, a mother who's left all alone
Chorus: Someone is waiting for someone she loves, tho' somone is far, far away
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Piantadosi, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Al. Pinatadosi & Co., Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Somewhere in France.
First Line: One day as morning shed its glow across the sky, a boy and girl in accents low in a garden said "goodbye!"
Chorus: Somewhere in France is the lily, close by the English rose; a thistle so keen, and a Shamrock green, and each loyal flow'r that grows
Music by: Howard, Joseph E.
Words by: Johnson, Philander.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Suki San (where the cherry blossoms fall).
First Line: In a lotus perfumed bow'r, far away in old Japan
Chorus: Where the cherry blossoms fall, underneath a bamboo wall
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco and London : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Sweet daddy.
First Line: My little sweetie's said goodbye, he's gone and left me high and dry
Chorus: Sweet daddy, sweet daddy, Gee! but I feel blue
Music by: Patrick, Howard.
Words by: Patrick, Howard.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Daniels & Wilson Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: There's something in the name of Ireland (That the whole world seems to love).
First Line: There's nothing in a name, that's what we all were taught at school
Chorus: For there's something in the name of Ireland, that is diff'rent from the rest
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: They go wild simply wild over me.
First Line: I hate to talk about myself, but here's one thing I must
Chorus: They go wild simply wild over me
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy and Fisher, Inc, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Throw no stones in the well that gives you water.
First Line: Harm should be done to no man but if harm should be done to you
Chorus: Throw no stones in the well that gives you water, is a saying that's old but true
Music by: Morse, Theodore.
Words by: Fields, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Tom, Dick and Harry and Jack (hurry back).
First Line: Comrades and brothers, out loved ones and other have left us to join the fight
Chorus: Tom, Dick, and Harry and Jack, hurry back, hurry back
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When it's circus day back home.
First Line: Say folks, it's comin!' I say it's comin!'
Chorus: When it's circus day back home, the folks are all in line
Music by: Glogau, Jack.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco and London : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When it's night time in Little Italy.
First Line: When the day has gone to sleep lights begin to shine
Chorus: Night time downtown in Little Italy, down 'round my old Mulberry
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: McCarthy, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Music Pub. Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When my great-grand-daddy and my great-grand-mammy (used to cuddle and coo in a cocoanut tree).
First Line: I've studied ancient histories, I learned to read its mysteries,
Chorus: When my great,great,great,great, great grand daddy and my great,great,great,great, great grand mammy used to cuddle and coo in a cocoanut tree
Music by: Skidmore, Will E.
Words by: Walker, Marshall.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo. : Skidmore Music Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: When the clouds of war roll by.
First Line: Ev'ry one's excited, let us get united, shoulder arms to crush the foe
Chorus: When the clouds of war roll by, I'll come marching home to you
Music by: Binns, Nat, and Earl Haubrich.
Words by: Binns, Nat, and Earl Haubrich.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Brown Music Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Where the morning glories grow.
First Line: I remember I remember the place where I was born
Chorus: I want to wake in the morning where the morning glories grow
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Kahn, Gus, and Raymond Egan.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Who put the "germ" in Germany?
First Line: Professor Spindle was buggy 'bout bugs, so he went to Germany H with Germany
Chorus: Who put the "germ" in Germany? That's the thing that puzzles me.
Music by: Eberly, Lawrence E.
Words by: Rees, Thomas R.
P/P/D: Salt Lake City, Utah : Hansen & Nathan Co., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: The wild wild women (are making a wild man out of me).
First Line: There's something the matter with me, yes, something's the matter with me
Chorus: It's the wild, wild women, the wild, wild women, are making a wild man out of me
Music by: Piantadosi, Al.
Words by: Wilson, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Al. Piantadosi & Co., Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: With All My Heart and Soul.
First Line: You ask me why each waking hour is filled with thoughts off you?
Chorus:
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: Won't you send a letter to me?
First Line: I'm so lonely, lonely, won't you heed my desperate plight?
Chorus: Won't you write to me? Just dip your pen in honey sweet, dear
Music by: Romberg, Sigmund.
Words by: Atteridge, Harold.
P/P/D: New York and Boston : G. Schirmer, c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: You'll always be sweet sixteen to me.
First Line: I remember, when I met you on the village green, you were sweet sixteen, my sweet village queen
Chorus: I can picture the glory of love's old sweet story, when the silver's on your brow
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Mahoney, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1917.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1911-1917
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Title: After you've gone.
First Line: Now won't you listen dearie while I say how could you tell me that you're going away?
Chorus: After you've gone and left me crying
Music by: Creamer and Layton.
Words by: Creamer and Layton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The Americans come!
First Line: (Spoken: A blinded Frenchman speaks to his son:) "What is the cheering, my little one?
Chorus:
Music by: Foster, Fay.
Words by: Wilbur, Elizabeth A.
P/P/D: New York and Birmingham : J. Fischer & Bro., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Anti-loafin' blues.
First Line: You little mama's joy, I mean exempted boy
Chorus: You've got to go to jail, or wear some working shoes
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo.
Words by: Pinkard, Maceo.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: At the Dixie military ball.
First Line: A line's been formin' since half past three,
Chorus: Look out, here comes Stonewall Grant doin' the tango with his big fat aunt
Music by: Carroll, Harry.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Bring me a rose.
First Line: I remember the time when I first fell in love
Chorus: Bring me a rose at twilight, kissed by the sparkling dew
Music by: Shisler, Charles.
Words by: Shisler, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Kalmar Puck & Abrahams Consolidated, Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Come on papa.
First Line: Sweet Marie, in gay Paree, had a motor car
Chorus: "Come on papa, hop in ze motor car
Music by: Ruby, Harry, and Edgar Leslie.
Words by: Ruby, Harry, and Edgar Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Dear little boy of mine.
First Line: Oft when I'm lonely my memory swings back to your baby days
Chorus: Boy of mine, boy of mine, altho' my heart was aching
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Brennan, J. Keirn.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Dear old pal of mine.
First Line: All my life is empty, since I went away, skies don't seem to be so clear, may some angel sentry, guard you while I stray
Chorus: Oh, how I want you dear old pal of mine, each night and day I pray you're always mine
Music by: Rice, Gitz Lieut.
Words by: Robe, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : G. Ricordi & Co., Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Don't cry, little girl, don't cry.
First Line: Why are you looking so sad sweetheart, your heart is breaking it seems
Chorus: Don't cry, little girl, don't cry
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo.
Words by: Pinkard, Maceo.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Ev'ry day.
First Line: I'm so lonely, I'm so blue
Chorus: Ev'ry day, I want you every day
Music by: Brooks, Shelton.
Words by: Williams, W. R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Ev'rybody's crazy 'bout the doggone blues but I'm happy.
First Line: Blues ain't nothin' but the easy goin' heart disease
Chorus: Everybody's crazy 'bout the dog gone blues, but I'm happy
Music by: Creamer and Layton.
Words by: Creamer and Layton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: For the two of us.
First Line: I know a boy and a girl who are feeling, oh! so grand.
Chorus: For the two of us, there's a June honeymoon, for the two of us, happy days
Music by: Ruby, Harry.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hello central, give me no man's land [Incomplete].
First Line: When the gray shadows creep, and the world is asleep
Chorus: Hello central, give me no man's land, my daddy's there, my mamma told me
Music by: Schwartz, Jean.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Honey-dear.
First Line: In the twilight after day is done
Chorus: Honey dear, honey dear, that is all that I can hear
Music by: Owen, Anita.
Words by: Owen, Anita.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'm sorry I made you cry.
First Line: Dear little girl, have I made you sad?
Chorus: I'm sorry, dear, so sorry, dear, I'm sorry I made you cry!
Music by: Clesi, N. J.
Words by: Clesi, N. J.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'm too tired to make love.
First Line: "Look here Sam," said Lizzie Epps
Chorus: From six in the morning 'till half-past nine
Music by: Creamer and Layton.
Words by: Creamer and Layton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: In the land of beginning again (where broken dreams come true).
First Line: Sometimes there're tears behind a sunny smile
Chorus: There's a land of beginning again
Music by: Meyer, George W.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: It makes no diff'rence whose sweetie you were (you're my sweet sweetie now).
First Line: I strayed into a Darktown club one night a week ago
Chorus: It makes no diff'rence whose sweetie you were, you're my sweet sweetie now
Music by: Vincent, Nat, and Frank Stilwell.
Words by: Vincent, Nat, and Frank Stilwell.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Ja-da (Ja da, ja da, jing jing jing!).
First Line: You've heard all about your raggy melodies
Chorus: Ja da, ja da, ja da, ja da, jing jing jing!
Music by: Carleton, Bob.
Words by: Carleton, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Jazzin' the blues away.
First Line: Mister let me tell you this is no place to be
Chorus: Down to the hall down to that Ebony ball
Music by: Heinrich, Dick.
Words by: Branen, Jeff.
P/P/D: New York and Cleveland : A. J. Stasney Music Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Just a baby's prayer at twilight.
First Line: I've heard the pray'rs of mothers, some of them old and gray
Chorus: Just a baby's pray'r at twilight, when lights are low
Music by: Jerome, M. K.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Lonesome blues.
First Line: Want some one to love me, want some one to hug me
Chorus: Woke up this morning feeling awfully blue
Music by: Bradford, Perry.
Words by: Bradford, Perry.
P/P/D: New York : Frederick V. Bowers Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Mammy's chocolate soldier.
First Line: Pickaninny cute in his khaki suit
Chorus: Come and lay your kinkey head on Mammy's shoulder
Music by: Gottler, Archie.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Mickey.
First Line: Oh what a shame they gave you the name of Mickey. Where is the rose that grows in repose like you
Chorus: Mickey, pretty Mickey with your hair of raven hue
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Daniels & Wilson, Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Minnie, shimme for me.
First Line: Big Sam Green had a queen; a regular dance hall houn'
Chorus: Minnie, shimmie for me
Music by: Lucas, Jimmy.
Words by: Frisch, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My gran'ma.
First Line: Cousin Johnnie claims my gran'ma for his gran'ma too. But I think he ought to get one where I got mine don't you?
Chorus:
Music by: Fergus, Phyllis.
Words by: Price, Natalie Whitted.
P/P/D: S.l. : Clayton F. Summy Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My Hawaiian rose.
First Line: On an island fair where the flowers rare with their fragrance fills the balmy air
Chorus: Each gentle breeze brings me memories of my sweet Hawaiian rose
Music by: Henshel, James.
Words by: Bolian, Waltar.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My honey's back.
First Line: I've felt so blue and all lonesome too, ever since my honey went away
Chorus: My honey's back, I'm all excited
Music by: Getsey, Geo.
Words by: Thompson, Moe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The Navy will bring them back!
First Line: "Over there" we hear of heroes, who've been fighting for you and me
Chorus: On the sea, we've other heroes, too
Music by: Schuster, Ira.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oh! how I hate to get up in the morning.
First Line: The other day I chanced to meet a soldier friend of mine
Chorus: "Oh! how I hate to get up in the morning
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oh! how I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home.
First Line: "Early to bed, early to rise," I heard a mother say to her angel eyes
Chorus: Oh! how I wish I could sleep, until my daddy comes home;
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oui, oui, Marie.
First Line: Poor Johnny's heart went pity, pity, pat, somewhere in sunny France.
Chorus: Oui, oui, Marie, will you do zis for me oui, oui, Marie, then I'll do zat for you
Music by: Fischer, Fred.
Words by: Bryan, Alfred, and Joe McCarthy.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fischer Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Our yesterdays.
First Line: The world moves along with it's sorrow and song
Chorus:
Music by: Leslie, Herbert.
Words by: Lake, Francis.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Out of the East.
First Line: Pale moon in the eastern sky look down where the Arabs lie
Chorus: Oriental maiden be my jewel laden Princess all array'd in glory
Music by: Rosey, Joe.
Words by: Havez, Jean.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The pickaninnies paradise.
First Line: What's the matter Honey there's a tear in your eye
Chorus: You lay your black kinky head in a bed on a pillow of white
Music by: Osborne, Nat.
Words by: Ehrlich, Sam.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Frisco, Sidney and London : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The rose of "no man's land."
First Line: I've seen some beautiful flowers, grow in life's garden fair
Chorus: There's a rose that grows on "no man's land" and it's wonderful
Music by: Caddigan, Jack, and James A. Brennan.
Words by: Caddigan, Jack, and James A. Brennan.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Sally of my dreams.
First Line: Looking thru the skylight. Watching the clouds go by
Chorus: Sweet Sally, Sally of my dreams
Music by: Kernell, William.
Words by: Kernell, William.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Since my gal is gone I've got the blues.
First Line: My gal has left me all alone that's why I'm feeling blue
Chorus: Since my gal is gone I've got the blues
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Herman, Al. H.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The siren's song.
First Line: On as island far away, so the old world legends say,
Chorus: Come to us, we've waited so long for you
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Wodehouse, P. G.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Some lonesome night.
First Line: I've been hearing around, that you're throwing me down
Chorus: Some lonesome night, "Mister Blues" will get you
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Clarke, Grant, and George Whiting.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Sunrise and you.
First Line: Far in the East there's a soft, crimson glow
Chorus:
Music by: Penn, Arthur A.
Words by: Penn, Arthur A.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston and London : M. Witmark & Sons, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Sweet n' pretty gee! I wish you were mine.
First Line: I've been looking around what do you think I found?
Chorus: Sweet n' pretty, sweet n' pretty
Music by: Creamer and Layton.
Words by: Creamer and Layton.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: That's what makes a wild cat wild.
First Line: Tennessee ought to be, dear to the lovers of harmony
Chorus: Hear that saxophone hum, oh!
Music by: Bennett, Theron C.
Words by: Norton, George A.
P/P/D: Denver, New York and San Francisco : Theron C. Bennett, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When our boys come home again.
First Line: In a cottage, quaint and lowly, at the close of day
Chorus: When our boys come marching home again, dear
Music by: Huston, Frank C.
Words by: Huston, Frank C.
P/P/D: New York and Indianapolis : Frank C. Huston Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When you come back.
First Line: From 'Frisco Bay to old Broadway, today all over the U. S. A.
Chorus: When you come back, yes when you come back, you'll hear the Yankee cry, "at a boy, Jack!"
Music by: Cohan, George M.
Words by: Cohan, George M.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When you look in the heart of a rose.
First Line: Deep in my heart I hold for you, a tender thought, so sweet and true, nobody knows but this little rose, I give you
Chorus: Dear little rose, with your heart of gold, dear little rose may your petals fold
Music by: Methven, Florence.
Words by: Gillespie, Marian.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: You can tell that he's an American.
First Line: How can you tell a soldier's rank or station? they look so much the same, how can you tell their names?
Chorus: You can tell that he's an Englishman, if he always wears a cane,
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Your lips are no man's land but mine.
First Line: At a dock a transport was rocking, ev'ry chap from his cap to his stocking
Chorus: I'm coming back some day when the fray is over my darling
Music by: McCarron, Chas. R., and Carey Morgan.
Words by: Empey, Arthur Guy.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1918.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: After all.
First Line: You've been crying now I can see
Chorus: After the nighttime there's always the brighttime
Music by: Roberts, Lee S.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The alcoholic blues.
First Line: I love my country, 'deed I do,
Chorus: I've got the blues I've got the blues
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Laska, Edward.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Alice Blue gown.
First Line: I once had a gown it was almost new
Chorus: In my sweet little Alice Blue gown
Music by: Tierney, Harry.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: And that ain't all.
First Line: There are times, there are times, when I feel so glad
Chorus: She's got a pair of lips that ask for lovin'
Music by: Stept, Sammy.
Words by: Green, Bud.
P/P/D: New York : Al Piantadosi & Co., Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: At the high brown babies' ball.
First Line: Sweetie dear, there's a taxi waitin',
Chorus: When the band begins to play, ev'ry one will start to sway,
Music by: Davis, Benny, Erdman, and Ernie Erdman.
Words by: Davis, Benny, Erdman, and Ernie Erdman.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Burmah moon.
First Line: 'Way out in the land of Temple Bells
Chorus: Burmah moon keep on shining on the old lagoon
Music by: Rice, Gitz.
Words by: Rice, Gitz.
P/P/D: New York City : Henry Burr Music Corp., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: 'Cause You're Dog Gone Sweet.
First Line: Dearie, you are always asking me the reason why I love you so and I really don't mind telling you, but it seems that you would know
Chorus: I love your lips, your fingertips
Music by: Lowe, Clifford E.
Words by: Lowe, Clifford E.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : Clifford Lowe Music Pub. Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Cheating.
First Line: I know that there is a change in your kissing
Chorus: You're cheating I know you're cheating
Music by: Fisher, Fred, and Sam Ehrlich.
Words by: Rogers, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Dardanella.
First Line: Down beside the Dardanella Bay
Chorus: Oh, sweet Dardanella, I love your harem eyes
Music by: Bernard, Felix, and Johnny S. Black.
Words by: Fisher, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Dear old Virginia home.
First Line: My childhood home Virginia I am dreaming now of you
Chorus: Dear old Virginia I dream of you
Music by: Friedman, Leo.
Words by: Johnson, Sidney U.
P/P/D: Chicago : North American Music Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Freckles.
First Line: He was just a Kid, a little, red head pug-nosed Kid
Chorus: Freckles was his name, He always used to get the blame
Music by: Hess, Cliff, Milton Ager, and Howard Johnson.
Words by: Hess, Cliff, Milton Ager, and Howard Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Good-bye, wild women, good-bye!
First Line: Oh, what a terrible blow, Congress said liquor must go
Chorus: After the country goes dry, good bye, wild women, good bye
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Johnson, Howard, and Milton Ager.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hand in hand again.
First Line: There were tears in the hour that was darkest
Chorus: Ev'ry heart is lighter ev'ry smile is brighter
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Egan, Raymond B.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: He's had no lovin' for a long, long time.
First Line: Now that it's over and peace is declared, our nation is wild with joy
Chorus: Oh you know he's had no lovin' for a long, long time
Music by: Pinkard, Maceo.
Words by: Tracey, Wm.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corp., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Honeymoon.
First Line: Dreamy June, all the world in tune
Chorus:
Music by: Arden, Victor.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Joseph W. Stern & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I am waiting for to-morrow to come.
First Line: My life is spent in naught but idle dreaming
Chorus: I am waiting for to-morrow to come, but to-morrow seems like years
Music by: Hawelka, F., and M. Prival.
Words by: Davis, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : A. J. Stasney Music Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I gave her that.
First Line: Folks I want to ask you something. Have you seen my sweet?
Chorus: Did you see that pretty dress, say, I gave her that
Music by: de Sylva, Bud, and Al Jolson.
Words by: de Sylva, Bud, and Al Jolson.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I used to call her Baby.
First Line: My father was a widower and we lived all alone
Chorus: I used to call her Baby, she seemed like a baby to me
Music by: Johnson, Howard, Roth, and Cliff Hess.
Words by: Johnson, Howard, Roth, and Cliff Hess.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'll dance my way right back to Dixieland.
First Line: What makes me feel so gay, what makes me feel so gay
Chorus: I'm goin' to start today and dance my way right back to Dixieland
Music by: Baskette, Billy.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'm forever blowing bubbles.
First Line: I'm dreaming dreams I'm scheming schemes
Chorus: I'm forever blowing bubbles pretty bubbles in the air
Music by: Kenbrovin, Jaan, and John William Kellette.
Words by: Kenbrovin, Jaan, and John William Kellette.
P/P/D: Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: In room 202.
First Line: I've got a little story I will tell to you
Chorus: In room two hundred and two, the walls keep talking to you
Music by: Harris, Dave.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Bert Kalmar.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: In your arms.
First Line: When you're recalling sweethearts of old
Chorus: In your arms you'd fondly hold her
Music by: Glaser, Al.
Words by: Floyd, Elmer.
P/P/D: New York : Maurice Richmond Mucic Co. Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: It's nobody's business but my own.
First Line: A delegation of deacons from a "hardshell" congregation on Parson Brown
Chorus: It's nobody's bus'ness but my own
Music by: Skidmore, Will E., and Marshall Walker.
Words by: Skidmore, Will E., and Marshall Walker.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got a grand baby with a baby grand way down in Dixieland.
First Line: Down in Dixie where the cotton's growing
Chorus: I've got a grand baby with a baby grand way down in Dixieland
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Brown, Truman L.
P/P/D: Chicago and St. Louis : Dixon-Lane Pub. Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got my captain working for me now.
First Line: Johnny Jones was a first class private in the army last year
Chorus: I've got my guy who used to be my captain working for me now
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got the cryin' blues.
First Line: Just like a baby I'm crying, crying 'cause I feel so sad
Chorus: I've got the cryin' blues I've got the sighin' blues
Music by: Squires, Harry D.
Words by: Freedman, Max C.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got the shimmee blues.
First Line: Look at me and you'll see somebody as blue as blue can be
Chorus: 'Cause I've got an awful case of "Shimmee" blues
Music by: DeCosta, Harry.
Words by: DeCosta, Harry.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston and London : M. Witmark & Sons, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Jazz baby.
First Line: My daddy was a ragtime trombone player
Chorus:
Music by: Jerome, M. K.
Words by: Merrill, Blanche.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Love sends a little gift of roses.
First Line: Take thou my gift, my offering of roses
Chorus: Love sends a little gift of roses, breathing a pray'r unto my posies
Music by: Openshaw, John.
Words by: Cooke, Leslie.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Maybe that's why I love you.
First Line: You want to know why I love you
Chorus: Why does the bee love the flower?
Music by: Huston, Frank C.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : The Frank C. Huston Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Me-ow.
First Line: Joe Brown's wife was lonesome and blue
Chorus: All night long Angora sang his song, me-ow, me-ow
Music by: Kaufman, Mel B.
Words by: Kerr, Harry D.
P/P/D: Cleveland : Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The music of wedding chimes.
First Line: Life is just a song, just a song to me
Chorus: There is music when a band is playing
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My Barney lies over the ocean (just the way he lied to me).
First Line: Barney Carey promised he'd be true to Molly O
Chorus: "My Barney lies over the ocean, My Barney lies over the sea
Music by: Grant, Bert.
Words by: Young, Joe, and Sam M. Lewis.
P/P/D: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. :, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My isle of golden dreams.
First Line: Out of the mist, lips I have kissed, call tenderly
Chorus:
Music by: Blaufuss, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Mystery!
First Line:
Chorus: Have you heard, have you heard, have you heard
Music by: Cirina, Joseph A.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oh! what a pal was Mary.
First Line: Mary o' mine, Mary o' mine, grew like a rose in a bower
Chorus: Oh! what a gal was Mary, Oh! what a pal was she
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Bert Kalmar.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Patches.
First Line: This morning at dawning I had a dream
Chorus: Wearing patches, a barefoot boy in patches
Music by: Roberts, Lee S.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: New York and Boston : G. Schirmer, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: A pretty girl is like a melody.
First Line: I have an ear for music, and I have an eye for a maid I link a pretty girlie, with each pretty tune that's played.
Chorus: A pretty girl is like a melody that haunts you night and day
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Ragging the chopsticks.
First Line: You've heard "chopsticks," plain old "chopsticks" play'd by ev'ry kid
Chorus:
Music by: Gottler, Archie, and Abe Frankl.
Words by: Gottler, Archie.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Remember the girl in your old home town.
First Line: Yank over there you should always beware of the girlie from gay Paree
Chorus: Remember the girl in your old home town
Music by: Hollis, C. E.
Words by: Crosley, Ret.
P/P/D: Terre Haute and Chicago : Ret Crosley, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The red lantern (shine on red lantern).
First Line: The Chinese tell a story that's full of mystic glory
Chorus: Shine on red lantern, through the gloomy night
Music by: Fisher, Fred.
Words by: Fisher, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : McCarthy & Fisher Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Romance.
First Line: Sweet and low in the evening glow, comes the song of birds from swaying boughs above
Chorus:
Music by: David, Lee.
Words by: David, Lee.
P/P/D: New York City : B. D. Nice & Co., Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Rose of my dreams.
First Line: I've often heard of dream girls who live in gardens fair
Chorus: I'm in love I'm in love I'm in love with the rose of my dreams
Music by: Swan, Fred C.
Words by: Swan, Fred C.
P/P/D: Boston : D. W. Cooper Music Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Slow and easy.
First Line: Oh! honey dear, my honey dear, I hear those dog gone "blues"
Chorus: But take it slow and easy, if you want to go with me
Music by: Spencer, Norman.
Words by: Williams, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson Berlin and Snyder Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Slow Town is Jazz Town now.
First Line: In a town where the curfew bell would ring
Chorus: All the trees are swayin' when the breeze begins a playin'
Music by: Goodman, Alfred.
Words by: Grossman, Bernard, and George Yoerger.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Smile through your tears.
First Line: Dear eyes, downcast, that fill my soul with longing
Chorus: Smile through your tears, as sunlight smiles through rain
Music by: Hamblen, Bernard.
Words by: Hamblen, Bernard.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell-Harms, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Smilin' through.
First Line: There's a little brown road windin' over the hill
Chorus:
Music by: Penn, Arthur A.
Words by: Penn, Arthur A.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Someday down in Carolin'.
First Line: The stars are shining in the skies
Chorus: Caroline, twilight time, seems to set my heart awearyin'
Music by: Green, Geo. Hamilton.
Words by: Egan, Ray.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Somewhere in some corner of the world.
First Line: What makes you sigh when you're alone?
Chorus: Somewhere in some corner of the world, someone waits all alone for you
Music by: Nicholls, Horatio.
Words by: David, Worton.
P/P/D: London : The Lawrence Wright Music Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Swanee.
First Line: I've been away from you a long time
Chorus: Swanee Swanee I am coming back to you
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Caesar, I.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms; Francis, Day & Hunter, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Sweet and low.
First Line: Sweet and low sweet and low, soft evening breeze
Chorus:
Music by: Johnson, Charles L.
Words by: , James Stanley.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Sweeter than sugar (is my sweetie).
First Line: Listen to me listen to me I've got a whole lot to say
Chorus: Sweeter than sugar is my sweetie
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Taxi.
First Line: One evening while dining, where Broadway lights are shining
Chorus: Taxi (whistle) none anywhere, taxi (whistle) I've got a fare
Music by: Kaufman, Mel B.
Words by: Kerr, Harry D.
P/P/D: Cleveland : Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The temptation blues.
First Line: Ev'ry morn, just at dawn, I'm forlorn something's wrong
Chorus: I've got those cruel, sinful temptation blues
Music by: Barbour, J. Berni.
Words by: Barbour, J. Berni.
P/P/D: Indianapolis : Seidel Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When a feller needs a friend.
First Line: Do you remember when you were a kid?
Chorus: When a feller needs a friend, someone with a cheery smile
Music by: Stern, Jos W., Jr., and Billy Frisch.
Words by: Grossman, Bernie.
P/P/D: New York : Jos W. Stern & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When Uncle Sam will clear the sea.
First Line: Far o'er the ocean by the millions
Chorus: When the stars and stripes will be unfurled
Music by: Walz, Jean.
Words by: Davis and Barrett.
P/P/D: Terre Haute : The D. & B. Music House, c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: While we drift along.
First Line: Hear the song of the birds in the trees
Chorus: Drifting 'neath the moonbeams in our ship of love
Music by: Squires, Harry D.
Words by: Freedman, Max C.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Why do they call 'em wild women?
First Line: I've been around the ladies, the small and grown up babies
Chorus: Why do they call 'em wild women, wild women, wild women
Music by: Frisch, Billy.
Words by: Grossman, Bernie, and Ben Russell.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The world is waiting for the sunrise.
First Line: Down in the lazy west rides the moon
Chorus:
Music by: Seitz, Ernest.
Words by: Lockhart, Eugene.
P/P/D: Melbourne, Londodn, and Sidney; New York : Chappell & Co Ltd.;Chappell-Harms, Inc., c1919.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: All the night long.
First Line: Sweetheart of mine, sweetheart of mine, gone is the bright sunshine
Chorus: All the night long I'm waiting for you
Music by: Von Tilzer, Albert.
Words by: Fleeson, Neville.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: At the last barbers' ball.
First Line: Joe the barba man ten a years he give a ball
Chorus: At the ball at the ball at the last barber's ball
Music by: De Socio, Robert.
Words by: De Socio, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Circle Music Pub. Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Bells.
First Line: Very many years ago, Mister Edgar Allen Poe, wrote a little poem I know, called "Bells"
Chorus: Phone bells, sleigh bells, and very merry Christmas day bells
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Bound in Morocco.
First Line: Where sweet scented perfume breezes blow, so gayly
Chorus: Some night, when the eastern moon's rising, I'll be bound for Morocco
Music by: Herscher, Louis.
Words by: Herscher, Louis.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Braziliana.
First Line: When the shades of night begin to fall and magic music fills the air,
Chorus: My Braziliana maiden wants me
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Dixon, Harold.
P/P/D: St. Louis, Chicago, and Atlanta : Dixon- Lane Pub. Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The broadway blues.
First Line: When you hear your feet, echo in the street
Chorus: When your heart is aching for the trees
Music by: Morgan, Carey.
Words by: Swanstrom, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Chasin' the blues.
First Line: I just heard of a new dance, right from Honky Tonk Town
Chorus: Bring your baby close up to your side, fall into a slow easy stride
Music by: Green, Bud, Al. Bernard, and Al. Piantadosi.
Words by: Green, Bud, Al. Bernard, and Al. Piantadosi.
P/P/D: New York City : Al. Pantiosi & Co. Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Chinese firecrackers.
First Line: Charlie Younge lay smoking on his bunk one night
Chorus: Hop Toy, Ming Foy, Sing Goy, Ung Loy, Suey Pow, Yen-shee Gow Main
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Ching-a Ling's jazz bazaar.
First Line: Ching Ling Far owns a bazaar, way down in Chinatown
Chorus: Down to Ching-a Ling-a Ling-Ling's china jazz bazaar
Music by: Bridges, Ethel.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Cotton (Cotton was a little Dixie rose).
First Line: Cotton fields remind me of a story I once heard, and now as I recall it, I remember ev'ry word;
Chorus: Cotton, folks all hugged and kissed him, Cotton, ev'rybody missed him;
Music by: Rose, Fred.
Words by: Little, Geo. A.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witman & Sons, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hold me.
First Line: I must confess that I like you but there is something a miss
Chorus: Hold me fold me right in your arms
Music by: Hickman, Art, and Ben Black.
Words by: Hickman, Art, and Ben Black.
P/P/D: San Francisco; New York and Detroit : Sherman, Clay & Co.; Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hop skip and jump.
First Line: There's a tune that's got me going, a tune that starts a flowing
Chorus: It keeps a running thru my brain, until I nearly go insane
Music by: Dyson, Hal.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hunika (a Hawaiian lullaby).
First Line: Oh, how I, how I am sighing for that old Hawaiian shore
Chorus: Hunika sweet Hunika how I love my Hunika,
Music by: Fisher, Fred, and Johnny S. Black.
Words by: Fisher, Fred, and Johnny S. Black.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I want a good, big hearted man.
First Line: I am looking for a good hearted man
Chorus: I want a man a good big hearted man
Music by: Sullivan, William A.
Words by: Sullivan, William A.
P/P/D: Chicago : Weaver & Harrison Music Publishers, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Idle dreams.
First Line: Beside an idol carved of stone, a China boy sits all alone
Chorus: Come on my China maid, I call you from your throne of jade
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Jackson, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : T.B. Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'll be with you when the clouds roll by.
First Line: Raindrops raindrops falling from above seems that each one tells its tale of love
Chorus: I'll be with you when the clouds roll by as they drift along away up high
Music by: Kuhn, Robert, Paul Kuhn, and Charles Kuhn.
Words by: Kuhn, Robert, Paul Kuhn, and Charles Kuhn.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'll see you in Cuba.
First Line: Not so far from here, there's a lively atmosphere, ev'rybody's going there this year
Chorus: Cuba there's where I'm going, Cuba there's where I'll stay
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'm wild about moonshine.
First Line: Today I met a colored girl named Susan Anna Gray
Chorus: I've gone wild I'm wild about moonshine, I'm crazy 'bout moonshine
Music by: Creamer and Layton.
Words by: Creamer and Layton.
P/P/D: New York, Chicago and Toronto : Chas. K. Harris, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: In old Manila.
First Line: Take me where the silver moon is beaming
Chorus: In old Manila down beside the moonlit bay
Music by: Earl, Mary.
Words by: Earl, Mary.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: It seems like ages and ages and you've only been gone a day.
First Line: Your voice I hear, you seem so near, still you are far, far away
Chorus: It seems like ages and ages, and you've only been gone a day
Music by: Kendis & Brockman.
Words by: Kendis & Brockman.
P/P/D: New York City : Kendis- Brockman Music Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The Japanese sandman.
First Line: Won't you stretch imagination for the moment and come with me
Chorus: Here's the Japanese sandman sneaking on with the dew
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Egan, Raymond B.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Keep your eyes down Mary you're a big girl now.
First Line: Sweet Mary Brown on graduation day forgot each word she was supposed to say
Chorus: Just keep your eyes down Mary
Music by: Blick, Raymond C., Raymond B. Egan, and Richard A. Whiting.
Words by: Blick, Raymond C., Raymond B. Egan, and Richard A. Whiting.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Laughing vamp.
First Line: You have heard about the dreadful vampires of today
Chorus: Smile with me just a little bit
Music by: Vincent, Nat, Billy Baskette, Billy Frisch, Bernie Grossman, Will Donaldson, Sam Ehrlich, Leon Flatow, Bobby Jones, Al. Siegal, and Jimmie Brown.
Words by: Vincent, Nat, Billy Baskette, Billy Frisch, Bernie Grossman, Will Donaldson, Sam Ehrlich, Leon Flatow, Bobby Jones, Al. Siegal, and Jimmie Brown.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Lola (my Brazilian maid).
First Line: Lola, I've been dreaming of the Amazon shore
Chorus:
Music by: Applefield, Eva.
Words by: Weslyn, Louis.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Daniels & Wilson, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Murder!
First Line: There's murder in the air
Chorus: Oh! just hear that banjo
Music by: Gay, Byron.
Words by: Gay, Byron.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Old man jazz.
First Line: Old man jazz has just arrived in town
Chorus: Some jazz! old man jazz has gone away from town, that's why ev'rybody is wears a frown.
Music by: Quaw, Gene.
Words by: Quaw, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oh! Mother I'm wild.
First Line: Percival Algy was a sweet little boy
Chorus: Oh! mother, you wouldn't know your child
Music by: Johnson, Howard, Harry Pease, and Eddie Nelson.
Words by: Johnson, Howard, Harry Pease, and Eddie Nelson.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oriental stars.
First Line: Purple night, purple night cast her soft mellow light on the sands, desert sands
Chorus: Shine down, you dreamy Oriental stars
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Monaco, James V.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Rose of Washington Square.
First Line: I'm Rosie, the queen of the models I used to live up in the Bronx but I wander'd from there down to Washington Square and Bohemian honky tonks
Chorus: Rose of Washington Square I'm withering there in basement air I'm fading
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: MacDonald, Ballard.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Scandal walk.
First Line: Have you heard the latest scandal?
Chorus: Everybody do the scandal walk
Music by: Gershwin, Geo.
Words by: Gershwin, Geo.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Struttin' yo' stuff.
First Line: Listen folks! here's a chance to learn the latest dance
Chorus: First you grab your partner then you "get way back"
Music by: Koehler, Ted, and Spencer Williams.
Words by: Koehler, Ted, and Spencer Williams.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Tell me little gypsy.
First Line: Deep down in my heart there's a burning question
Chorus: Tell me little gypsy what the future holds for me
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When Alexander blues the blues.
First Line: Now Alexander, now Alexander was a syncopating man
Chorus: When Alexander blues the blues he's like a messenger of happy news
Music by: Squires, Harry D.
Words by: Freedman, Max C.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills, Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Whispering.
First Line: Honey I have something to tell you
Chorus: Whispering while you cuddle near me
Music by: Schonberger, John.
Words by: Schonberger, Malvin.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: White feather.
First Line: When the moon is shining high in the sky, we shall fly you and I
Chorus: My sweet white feather we two together
Music by: Bernard, Peter, and Bert Worth.
Words by: Bernard, Peter, and Bert Worth.
P/P/D: London; New York : Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co; Leo Feist Inc., c1920.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Alarm clock blues.
First Line: Music, sweet music, has always appealed to me
Chorus: I've got those perturbin' sleep disturbin' alarm clock blues
Music by: Steiger, Jimmy, and Neuman Fier.
Words by: Steiger, Jimmy, and Neuman Fier.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: All by myself.
First Line: I'm so unhappy what'll I do
Chorus: All by myself in the morning, all by myself in the night
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Answer (saying that you love me).
First Line: Dearie I'm alone far far away from home
Chorus: Answer saying that you love me
Music by: Vause, Norman J.
Words by: Vause, Norman J.
P/P/D: New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.
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Title: Call me back, pal, o' mine.
First Line: I am thinking today of a pal far away that I left in the days long ago
Chorus: Call me back pal o' mine, let me dream once again
Music by: Dixon, Harold.
Words by: Brown, Morgan.
P/P/D: St. Louis, Chicago : Dixon- Lane Music Pub. Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Dangerous blues.
First Line: Ta de da da de dum, ta de da da de dum that melody is in the air
Chorus: Oh I've got those dangerous blues (so sweet and pretty)
Music by: Brown, Billie.
Words by: Brown, Anna Welker.
P/P/D: Kansas City, MO : J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Honey (dat's all).
First Line: Jes' a little honeybee buzzin' 'roun' yo' mammy's knee
Chorus:
Music by: Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven.
P/P/D: New York : Van Alstyne and Curtis, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hail Chicago!
First Line: Gem of cities of our nation we to thee our homage bring
Chorus: Hail Chicago! Hail Chicago! first in art and industry
Music by: Allan, Bob.
Words by: Turnquist, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'm gonna float my boat right back to Terre Haute.
First Line: Paris France New York or Chicago haven't got a chance you can't compare them with that Indiana town of mine
Chorus: Float my boat right back to Terre Haute that's where the banks of the Wabash beckon to me
Music by: Scott, Malcolm.
Words by: Scott, Malcolm.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : M. C. Scott, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: It takes a good man to do that.
First Line: King Solomon was the first Romeo far as I can understand
Chorus: It takes a good man to do that
Music by: Bayha, Jack Elliot, and Chris Smith.
Words by: Bayha, Jack Elliot, and Smith Chris.
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got a gal (thousand mile).
First Line: O people, I got a gal, sev'n feet tall, sleeps in the kitchen with her feet in the hall.
Chorus: My gal, my pal, I'm blue clear thru
Music by: Baxter, Phil.
Words by: Baxter, Phil.
P/P/D: Dallas : Majestic Music Publishing Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Just been wond'ring all day long.
First Line: Just been wond'ring all day long what I'd do if you were gone
Chorus:
Music by: Canning, Irene Akerley.
Words by: Canning, Irene Akerley.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Lonesome hours.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Freind, Cliff.
Words by: Rose, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Ma.
First Line: Little Lilly was oh so silly and shy
Chorus: "Ma" he's making eyes at me, "ma" he's awful nice to me
Music by: Conrad, Con.
Words by: Clare, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Fred Fisher, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Mississippi cradle.
First Line: Softly in my dreams comes a haunting melody
Chorus: Rock me in my Mississippi cradle, let me look into my mammy's eyes;
Music by: Olman, Abe.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub., Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Muscle shoals blues.
First Line: Hurry up mama pack your grip let's go back to old muscle shoals for a trip
Chorus: Ma-ma-ma-ma-ma-ma why don't you join hands and go with me to muscle shoals town
Music by: Thomas, Geo. W.
Words by: Thomas, Geo. W.
P/P/D: Chicago : Geo, W. Thomas and Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My sunny Tennessee.
First Line: When the shades of night are falling, Tennessee, I hear you calling
Chorus: I wanna be in Tennessee in my Dixie paradise
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, Harry Ruby, and Herman Ruby.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert, Harry Ruby, and Herman Ruby.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Oh boy! (that hula hula).
First Line: To the tune of the Ukulele, here a maiden dances gaily
Chorus: Oh boy! when you see that hula hula dance
Music by: Riley, Edward.
Words by: Lockard, Ray W.
P/P/D: Des Moines : Riley & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Over the hill.
First Line: Daddy o'mine, dear mother divine, this world's unjust, I fear
Chorus: Over the hill, over the hill, why should they be there, over the hill?
Music by: Allen, Edgar, and Maurie Rubens.
Words by: Klein, Lou.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Remember the rose.
First Line: I have told this rose I will love you evermore
Chorus: When you are away dear remember the rose
Music by: Simons, Seymour B.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: New York, Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Sally.
First Line: There's some one that I can't forget where I may be; though not of high degree she's all the world to me.
Chorus: "Dear little girl, I love you, dear little girl; though the dress that you wear is a poor affair; you made me care."
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Grey, Clifford.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Scandinavia (sing dose song and make dose music).
First Line: Sing dose song and make dose music
Chorus: Scandinavia I love you
Music by: Perkins, Ray.
Words by: Perkins, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Stark & Cowan, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Song of love.
First Line: Once on a time, in a kingdom by the sea, lived a young prince sad and lonely
Chorus: You are my song of love melody immortal echo of Paradise heard through Heaven's portal
Music by: Schubert, Franz, Heinrich Berte, and Sigmund Romberg.
Words by: Donnely, Dorothy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Tuck me to sleep in my old Tucky home.
First Line: Old Kentucky cradled me when I was born
Chorus: Tuck me to sleep in my old 'Tucky home
Music by: Meyer, Geo. W.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M., and Joe Young.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Vamping Rose.
First Line: There's a certain girlie, she's a ghetto queen
Chorus: Vamping Rose, there she goes, in her fancy clothes
Music by: Violinsky, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Hanlon, Bert, and Ben Ryan.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The wang wang blues.
First Line: I've got the bluest blues, I'm just as blue as can be
Chorus: Wang wang blues, she's gone and left me with the wang wang blues
Music by: Mueller, Gus., "Buster" Johnson, and Henry Busse.
Words by: Wood, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When shall we meet again.
First Line: The fairest sky or the brightest eye may cloud with the word "au revoir"
Chorus: When shall we meet again after this "au revoir" dear
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Egan, Raymond B.
P/P/D: New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1921.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Achin' hearted blues.
First Line: Listen folks it's no joke I'm as blue as I can be
Chorus: Got those dog gone achin' hearted blues 'bout my baby
Music by: Williams, Clarence, Clarence Johnson, and Spencer Williams.
Words by: Williams, Clarence, Clarence Johnson, and Spencer Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Dearest you're the nearest to my heart.
First Line: Ev'ryone has something to be thankful for
Chorus: Dearest I love you always think of you
Music by: Akst, Harry.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Do it again!
First Line: Tell me, tell me, what did you do to me?
Chorus: Oh, do it again, I may say, "no, no, no, no, no," but do it again.
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Hawaiian slumbertime.
First Line: Sun sinking, stars blinking up above
Chorus: Slumbertime, sweetheart mine, strolling here once more
Music by: Vendersloot, Carl.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Home sick.
First Line: I feel very blue, yes I do, can't you tell
Chorus: Homesick, I know just what's the matter I'm homesick that's all
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Houston blues.
First Line: I can stay right here and really look a thousand miles away
Chorus: The Houston girls the Houston girls they have a dance down there they dance in a whirl
Music by: Thomas, Geo. W.
Words by: Thomas, Geo. W.
P/P/D: Chicago : Geo. W. Thomas & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I go to claim my love.
First Line: The breath of the desert is cooling the crimson sunbirds fly where Allah's palms are waving beneath a primrose sky
Chorus:
Music by: Royce, James Stanley.
Words by: Royce, James Stanley.
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Publishing Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I had a garden.
First Line: I had a garden where in a rose bloomed for me in a day
Chorus:
Music by: Royce, James Stanley.
Words by: Royce, James Stanley.
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Publishing, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I love a little cottage.
First Line: I love a little church-house on a friendly little hill, I love a little school-house with a flow'ring window sill
Chorus:
Music by: O'Hara, Geoffrey.
Words by: Stott, Francis Gilmore.
P/P/D: Cleveland : Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I want some money (gimme some, gimme some).
First Line: What is it that ev'rybody craves for, what is it that ev'rybody raves for
Chorus: I want some money gimme some, gimme some, gimme some, gimme some do,
Music by: Silberman, L.
Words by: Rule, Herbert, and Fred Holt.
P/P/D: London : Anglo-French Music Publisher, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: If winter comes (summer will come again).
First Line: Love is a tale that is told, life is a book we may read.
Chorus: If winter comes and all your skies are grey;
Music by: Tennent, H.M.
Words by: Arkell, Reginald.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell-Harms, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I'll stand beneath your window to-night and whistle.
First Line: I'm all smiles, great big smiles, just got an answer to a letter I wrote
Chorus: I'll stand beneath your window to-night and whistle for you
Music by: Benson, Jerry, Jimmie McHugh, and Georgie Price.
Words by: Benson, Jerry, Jimmie McHugh, and Georgie Price.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: In rose time.
First Line: When roses bloom the sweet perfume fills all the air with gladness
Chorus: In rose time, in rose time, 'tis then I long to see,
Music by: Phillips, Edna J. Allen.
Words by: Phillips, Edna J. Allen.
P/P/D: Chicago : Mid-West Music House Publishers, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: It was June.
First Line: It was June when they met where the roses grew
Chorus:
Music by: Royce, James Stanley.
Words by: Royce, James Stanley.
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Publishing Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got the wonder where he went and when he's coming back blues.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Little, George A., and Tommy Lyman.
Words by: Little, George A., and Tommy Lyman.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: I've got those bonus blues.
First Line: You've heard of all kinds of blues
Chorus: Yes I've got those Bonus Blues
Music by: Frangkiser, C.M.
Words by: Hatton, Lew.
P/P/D: Fort Dodge, Iowa : K.L King Music House, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Je cherche apres titine.
First Line: Je vous d'mand' pardon messieurs dames D'avoir l'air inquietet confus
Chorus: Je cherche apres Titine Titine! Titine! Je cherche apres Titine Et ne la trouve pas
Music by: Daniderff, Leo.
Words by:
P/P/D: Amsterdam :, C1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Kiss mama kiss papa.
First Line: There lives next door to me a newly married pair.
Chorus: Kiss Mama kiss Papa you wonderful child.
Music by: Herman, Al.
Words by: Fairman, Geo.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The land o' romance.
First Line: There are many lands in this old world of ours
Chorus: The land of Romance where love reigns supreme, the wonderful land of which all of us dream
Music by: Gartlan, George H.
Words by: Michel, Rachel.
P/P/D: New York : Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Love's paradise (I never knew).
First Line: Ev'ry morn must have its dawning, ev'ry day its close;
Chorus: I never knew what gladness meant, until you came my way
Music by: Royce, James Stanley.
Words by: Royce, James Stanley.
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Publishing Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Lovin' Sam (The sheik of Alabam').
First Line: Listen sisters and brothers, I suppose you've heard of the 'Sheik
Chorus: People call him Lovin' Sam He's the Sheik of Alabam'
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Meanderin'.
First Line: Happy, happy, happy me! I'm full of ecstasy. My heart am thumpin, jumpin, bumpin most excitedly.
Chorus: Meand'rin' down the lane with Mandy
Music by: Gideon, Melville.
Words by: Cliff, Laddie, and Melville Gideon.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The midnight choo-choo (bound for Maryland).
First Line: Maryland; Maryland; I love you best of all, Maryland; Maryland; I seem to hear you call
Chorus: Goodbye, I'm leaving on the midnight choo-choo bound for Maryland.
Music by: Gilbert, Jos. Geo.
Words by: Gilbert, Jos. Geo.
P/P/D: London : The Lawrence Wright Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My buddy.
First Line: Life is a book that we study some of its leaves bring a sigh
Chorus: Nights are long since you went away I think about you all thru the day My Buddy
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York-Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: My old Hawaiian home.
First Line: Memories of home come stealing o'er me as I roam
Chorus: Pretty little island of the sea, you are just a wonderland to me
Music by: Vandersloot, F.W.
Words by: Sherwood, Ray.
P/P/D: Williamsport, PA : Vandersloot Music Publishing Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Poor little me.
First Line: I don't like to complain but I think it's a shame I don't know what the word love means
Chorus: Poor little me always lonesome and sad poor little me always getting in bad
Music by: Davis, Benny.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922

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Title: Some sunny day.
First Line: My heart goes pitter patter, no one knows what's the matter, just received a telegram from Alabam' my home
Chorus: Some sunny day with a smile on my face, I'll go back to that place far away
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Song of India.
First Line: A lonely little maid across the sea is waiting for her sweetheart patiently
Chorus:
Music by: Rimsky-Korsakoff, N.
Words by: Wilson, Al., and Jim Brennan.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Co., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: Trees.
First Line: I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree
Chorus:
Music by: Rasbach, Oscar.
Words by: Kilmer, Joyce.
P/P/D: New York : G. Schirmer, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: When the world goes back on you.
First Line: Millions of hearts on the byways of life, are burdened with sorrow and care
Chorus: When the world goes back on you, and your rainbow's lost it's hue
Music by: Durand, Hampton.
Words by: Moore, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Mittenthal, Inc., c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: You remind me of my mother.
First Line: You ask me why I fell in love with you, I'm goin' to tell you the truth, dear, I'm goin' to tell you the truth
Chorus: You remind me of my mother my mother was a lot like you
Music by: Cohan, George M.
Words by: Cohan, George M.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1922.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1918-1922
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Title: The clitter clitter clatter of Selina's clogs.
First Line: Up in sunny Wigan where the reels of cotton grow lives a dusky maiden, but she ain't a coloured Chloe
Chorus: Oh, there's magic in the air, in the sunshine and the fogs, but the magic I prefer is the clitter clitter clatter of Selina's clogs
Music by: Foley, Jack.
Words by: Foley, Jack.
P/P/D: London : Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Cut yourself a piece of cake.
First Line: My friend Jonesie he got married just the other night, Jonesie was a man who had an awful appetite
Chorus: Cut yourself a piece of cake and make yourself at home, I'm sorry that I can't cook steak but cake is so high-toned
Music by: James, Billy.
Words by: James, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Don't forget.
First Line: I've been thinking, I've been thinking, of our love affair
Chorus: Don't forget the fond caresses waiting her for you
Music by: Arthurs, George, and John P. Long.
Words by: Arthurs, George, and John P. Long.
P/P/D: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: I cried for you.
First Line: I remember other days how I used to weep over things you said to me I couldn't even sleep
Chorus: I cried for you now it's your turn to cry over me
Music by: Freed, Arthur, Gus Arnheim, and Abe Lyman.
Words by: Freed, Arthur, Gus Arnheim, and Abe Lyman.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: If love were all.
First Line: When first your eyes looked into mine in my heart there was ecstasy
Chorus: If love were all, oh, if love were all, I'd be forever by your side
Music by: Axt, William.
Words by: Wells, Martha Lois.
P/P/D: New York : Richmond-Robbins, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: I've got a man of my own.
First Line: Talk about your lovin' man you ought to see mine
Chorus: I'm so glad I've got a man of my own I'm leaving all the other's alone
Music by: Thomas, George W.
Words by: Thomas, George W.
P/P/D: Chicago : Geo. W. Thomas Music Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Last night on the back porch (I loved her best of all).
First Line: There's a girl I'm wild about ev'ry time I take her out I hug her I squeeze her I tease her so
Chorus: I love her in the morning and I love her at night
Music by: Brown, Lew, and Carl Schraubstader.
Words by: Brown, Lew, and Carl Schraubstader.
P/P/D: New York : Skidmore Music Co. Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Linger awhile (A dancing song).
First Line: The time is coming soon to say good bye, a time of sadness it will be
Chorus: The stars shine above you, Yet linger awhile
Music by: Rose, Vincent.
Words by: Owens, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Louisville Lou (the vampin' lady).
First Line: Folks, you've heard of scandalous vamps; history is full of love makin' champs
Chorus: They call the lady Louisville Lou oh, what that vampin' baby can do
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: My sweetie went away (she didn't say where, when or why).
First Line: I've got a love sick tale to tell to you 'tho' it's no affair of mine
Chorus: "My sweetie went away, but she didn't say where, she didn't say when, she didn't say why; or bid me "good--bye"
Music by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
Words by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: O (OH!).
First Line:
Chorus: Oh lady "O," how she can snuggle, she's as sweet as can be
Music by: Gay, Byron, and Arnold Johnson.
Words by: Gay, Byron.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: O sole mio.
First Line: Without the sunshine, there could be no flowers, without your smiling eyes, love ne'er would come to me
Chorus: Sunshine and you dear, a world of bliss, love lives a new dear in ev'ry kiss
Music by: di Capua, Eward.
Words by: Meskill, J. Macklyn.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: A perfect kiss (Un baiser parfait).
First Line: Hold me in your arms and press your lips to mine
Chorus: Waltz with me dear, dream while the lights burning low hearts so free dear far from the world we will go
Music by: Beaucaire, Armand.
Words by: St. Ives, Antoinette.
P/P/D: Chicago : Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Salt your sugar.
First Line: Parson Lee from Tennessee was a bible loving man
Chorus: Salt your sugar for a rainy day salt your sugar put your dough away
Music by: Simons, Seymour.
Words by: Simons, Seymour.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: San.
First Line: King San of Senegal sat on the shore at Bulamay
Chorus: Oh, sweet-heart Lona, my darling Lona, why have you gone away
Music by: McPhail, Lindsay, and Walter Michels.
Words by: McPhail, Lindsay, and Walter Michels.
P/P/D: New York : L.B. Curtis Music Publisher, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Sing along!
First Line: As down the road of life we go to seek our promised land, we'll often find our progress slow and need a helping hand
Chorus: Sing along! Oh, sing along! At work or while at play
Music by: Penn, Arthur A.
Words by: Penn, Arthur A.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Sleep.
First Line: Sleep, sleep, sleep how we love to sleep
Chorus: Sleep, sleep, sleep how we love to sleep
Music by: Lebieg, Earl.
Words by: Lebieg, Earl.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Slow poke.
First Line: My beau is my delight, he calls on me each night, but one thing makes us fight, and I'm worried
Chorus: Slow poke, come on and dance with me
Music by: Gold, Joe.
Words by: Faggen, I. Jay.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Sugar blues.
First Line: Have you heard these blues that I'm going to sing to you
Chorus: Sugar blues ev'rybody's singing the sugar blues
Music by: Williams, Clarence.
Words by: Fletcher, Lucy.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: That old gang of mine.
First Line: I've got a longin' way down in my heart. For that old gang that has drifted apart
Chorus: Gee but I'd give the world to see that old gang of mine I can't forget that old quartette that sang "Sweet Adeline"
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Mort Dixon.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: There's just a bit o' Heaven in your smile.
First Line: When I am weary at close of day, I seek your side where I love to stay
Chorus: There's just a bit o' heaven in your smile
Music by: David, Lee.
Words by: Ley, Benton.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: True.
First Line: Ev'rything will soon be oh so rosy
Chorus: True I keep a thinkin' of spring time true I keep thinkin' about ring time
Music by: Bernie, Ben, Violinsky, and Ben Ryan.
Words by: Bernie, Ben, Violinsky, and Ben Ryan.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Vamping Sal (The Sheba of Georgia).
First Line: All you folks come gather 'round and listen to this tale
Chorus: They call her Vamping Sal the Sheba of Georgia
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Creamer, Henry.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Waitin' for the evenin' mail (sittin' on the inside, lookin' at the outside).
First Line: Passing by the jail this morn heard a hard luck brother moan
Chorus: Sittin' on the inside, lookin' at the outside, waitin' for the ev'nin' mail
Music by: Baskette, Billy.
Words by: Baskette, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: The waltz of long ago.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Weddin' blues.
First Line: Ev'ry time I hear those wedding chimes swingin' singin' ringin' happy rhymes
Chorus: Oh I've got the weddin' blues honeymoonin weddin' blues
Music by: Cooke, Charles L., and Egbert Van Alstyne.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: When clouds have vanished and skies are blue.
First Line: Sweetheart, of you I am dreaming here in the sunset glow
Chorus: When clouds have vanished and skies are blue, I'll come back, sweetheart, to you
Music by: Johnson, Charles. L.
Words by: Clay, William R.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: When you walked out someone else walked right in.
First Line: My honey do you remember 'twas a December day
Chorus: When you walked out someone else walked right in
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: You're in Kentucky sure as you're born.
First Line: I've heard a lot 'bout paradise but paradise ain't half as nice as my Kentucky home sweet home
Chorus: When you see a field where grass is blue and ev'ry things looks good to you you're in Kentucky sure as you're born
Music by: Little, George A., Haven Gillespie, and Larry Shay.
Words by: Little, George A., Haven Gillespie, and Larry Shay.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1923.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
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Title: Adoration waltz.
First Line: Soft thru the trees, borne on the breeze, love strains so tenderly
Chorus: That fascinating waltz, dear, brings love thougths of you
Music by: Magine, Frank.
Words by: Otis, A.F., and C. Romano.
P/P/D: Kansas City : J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: At the rainbow's end.
First Line: I've wandered many, many miles to find the rainbow's end
Chorus: Oh, love of my life I have found you
Music by: Herbert, Victor.
Words by: Young, Rita Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Dear little home of my dreams.
First Line: After the day's work is over, I look for contentment and rest
Chorus: Dear little home of my dreams
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Davidson, Wm. B.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Drift back to me.
First Line: Dear summer gal down by the sea, you drifted into me
Chorus: Will you remember me, our romance by the sea?
Music by: Conover, Francis.
Words by: Conover, Francis.
P/P/D: Avon, NJ : Jimmy France Music Pub., Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Give me one rose to remember.
First Line: This day with you was like a wreath of roses
Chorus: Give me one rose to remember, one moment divine
Music by: Grey, Frank H.
Words by: Callahan, J. Will.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Home to my joy and thee.
First Line: The east wind comes gaily with ripple and foam
Chorus:
Music by: Vanderpool, Frederick W.
Words by: Hartly, Susan.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I can't get the one I want those I get I don't want.
First Line: I'm the most unlucky person that you ever saw
Chorus: I can't get the one I want those I get I don't want
Music by: Handman, Lou.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Herman Ruby.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: If I didn't know your husband and you didn't know my wife [Incomplete].
First Line: Two young couples that I know, who always pal around, any place they're bound, both of them are found
Chorus: We understand each other, we'd live a merry life, if I didn't know your husband and you didn't know my wife
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: If you'll come back.
First Line: Boat's 'bout to leave from the landing
Chorus: If you'll come back if you just say you'll come back
Music by: Ehrlich, Sam, and Turner Layton.
Words by: Ehrlich, Sam, and Turner Layton.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I'll hear again your song.
First Line: I heard you singing, and in the flow'ring trees, birds hear your song
Chorus:
Music by: Conner, Pierre.
Words by: Johnstone, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Indian dawn.
First Line: Dawn wind sighs; wild bird waking
Chorus:
Music by: Zamecnik, J. S.
Words by: Roos, Charles O.
P/P/D: Cleveland : Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Indian love call.
First Line: Ooh! ooh! so echoes of sweet love notes gently fall
Chorus: When I'm calling you will you answer too
Music by: Friml, Rudolf.
Words by: Harbach, Otto, and Oscar Hammerstein.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Kiss me goodnight.
First Line: Dearest, the last waltz is over
Chorus: Sweetheart we part so kiss me goodnight
Music by: Bernie, Ben, Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, and Elmer Olson.
Words by: Bernie, Ben, Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, and Elmer Olson.
P/P/D: Kansas City, MO : J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Let's waken the world with a love song.
First Line: Under the sheen of a silver veil the blue night is riding on
Chorus: So, let's waken the world with a love song
Music by: Whiting, Richard A., and Stephen Pasternacki.
Words by: Egan, Raymond B.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Life and love seem sweeter after the storm.
First Line: Winds wail, clouds sail, into the path of the storm
Chorus: After the storm, the world is brighter than before
Music by: Nelson, Jack.
Words by: Nelson, Jack.
P/P/D: New York, NY : Jack Nelson Music Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: My heart at thy sweet voice.
First Line: My heart at they sweet voice
Chorus: Ah give me your love so tender
Music by: Saint-saens, C.
Words by: Saint-saens, C.
P/P/D: New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: 'O Sole Mio (just like the sunrise).
First Line: Fond recollection, they are memr'y's treasures within my treasure chest apart from all the rest
Chorus: Just like the sunrise you came to me, just like the sunrise from out the sea
Music by: Di Capua, E., F. Henry Klickmann, and M. Kalua.
Words by: Dubin, Al., and G. Capurro.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Title: On the 'gin 'gin 'ginny shore.
First Line: I was born where Virginia roses smile up to the skies
Chorus: When the moon shines on the 'gin 'gin 'ginny shore
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: London : L. Silberman, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The one I love belongs to somebody else.
First Line: I'm unhappy so unhappy for I can see the one I love don't care for me
Chorus: The one I love belongs to somebody else
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil, Music Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Red hot mamma.
First Line: I've got a girl, a wonderful girl
Chorus: Red hot mamma, red hot mamma, you're the one I need
Music by: Wells, Gilbert, Bud Cooper, and Fred Rose.
Words by: Wells, Gilbert, Bud Cooper, and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: New York City : Rainbow Music Corp., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Rose- Marie.
First Line: Oh sweet Rose- Marie, it's easy to see why all who learn to know you love you
Chorus: Rose-Marie, I love you! I'm always dreaming of you
Music by: Friml, Rufolf.
Words by: Harbach, Otto, and Oscar Hammerstein.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Someday sweetheart.
First Line: You told me that you loved me true
Chorus: Someday sweetheart you may be sorry for what you've done
Music by: Spikes, John C., and Benjamin Spikes.
Words by: Spikes, John C., and Benjamin Spikes.
P/P/D: Chicago : Melrose Bros. Music Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The story of the rosary.
First Line: Once the angels played upon their beaten harps of gold
Chorus: They took the song that came from up above
Music by: Squires, Harry D.
Words by: Freed, Maxwell C.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Tea for two.
First Line: I'm discontented with homes that are rented so I have invented my own
Chorus: Picture you upon my knee just tea for two and two for tea
Music by: Youmans, Vincent.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: That old fashioned mother of mine.
First Line: Tonight the candle lights are gleaming
Chorus: You are the old fashioned mother that cuddled me close to your breast
Music by: Beebe, Bessie L.
Words by: Beebe Bessie L.
P/P/D: Cleveland and New York : Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: West of the great divide.
First Line: The day is ending, you're smiling thru
Chorus: Out where the sun bids the day a fond good bye
Music by: Ball, Ernest R.
Words by: Whiting, George.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1924.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

____________________ 1925____________________

Title: Always.
First Line: Ev'rything went wrong, and the whole day long I'd feel so blue
Chorus: I'll be loving you, always with a love that's true, always
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Always [ukelele arrangement].
First Line: Ev'rything went wrong, and the whole day long I'd feel so blue
Chorus: I'll be loving you, always with a love that's true, always
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The camel walk.
First Line: Honey baby don't you know, tonight is the night of the dark-town show
Chorus: Baby show me that camel walk
Music by: Smith, Chris, and Tim Brymn.
Words by: Mack, Cecil, and Bob Schafer.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Chinky butterfly.
First Line: Far away over in China land; sailor boy kisses a tiny hand
Chorus: Chinky butterfly chinky bye and bye
Music by: David, Lee.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Clap hands! here comes Charley.
First Line: Have you met my good friend Charley?
Chorus: Clap hands! Here comes Charley!
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Ballard MacDonald.
P/P/D: New York City : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: I never knew.
First Line: Maybe there were stars before I met you
Chorus: I never knew that roses grew
Music by: Fiorito, Ted.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I wonder where my baby is tonight.
First Line: I burned up ev'ry letter, and thought I'd feel better
Chorus: I wonder where my baby is tonight
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: In the middle of the night.
First Line: Tiny stars above, little lamps of love
Chorus: In the middle of the night the moon was bright
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: A night of love.
First Line: Empty arms, since you're away
Chorus: When shadows fall I still recall my night of love and you
Music by: Spier, Larry.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: No man's mamma.
First Line: You may wonder what's the reason for this great big smile
Chorus: I can come when I please, I can go when I please
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York City : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: That's why you're Mary mine.
First Line: A little girl climbing on her Mother's knee
Chorus: There's a reason for calling you Mary
Music by: King, Roy.
Words by: Mayo, Harry, and Sidney D. Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Too many parties and too many pals [Incomplete].
First Line: Night after night, you're at dances, home life means nothing to you
Chorus: Too many parties and too many pals
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Mort Dixon.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Fesit, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Truly I do.
First Line: Evening shades are falling, stars are peeping thru
Chorus: I love you truly I do
Music by: Palmer, Lester M., and Jess Williams.
Words by: Palmer, Lester M., and Jess Williams.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co., Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Where the lovelight burns.
First Line: You're just a passing fancy I had to pass you by
Chorus: Where the lovelight is burning, and ev'ry heart beats true
Music by: Wright, Will.
Words by: Wright, Will.
P/P/D: Avon, NJ : Avon Music Pub. Co., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Wondering.
First Line: Right from the start, dear, you won my heart, dear
Chorus: Wonder if you're lonesome, wonder if you're blue
Music by: De Witt, Raymond, and Le Roy De Witt.
Words by: De Witt, Raymond, and Le Roy De Witt.
P/P/D: St. Louis, MO : Weile Pub. Co. Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Yearning (just for you).
First Line: A song bird yearns to sing a love song
Chorus: Yearning just for you
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Joe Burke.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Joe Burke.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: " You know I know."
First Line: Johnny thought a lot of Sue, and he told her so
Chorus: You know I know, that you know I love you
Music by: Bannister, Frank, and Sam Goold.
Words by: Bannister, Frank, and Sam Goold.
P/P/D: Chicago : Quigley & Benson, Inc., c1925.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

____________________ 1926____________________

Title: Alone.
First Line: I'm so lonely and blue just alonging for you
Chorus: All alone, all alone, I'm so lonely
Music by: Hargrave, F. Waldo.
Words by: Hargrave, F. Waldo.
P/P/D: St. Louis, MO : Midland Music Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Are you lonesome to-night?
First Line: Tonight I'm down hearted, for though we have parted, I love you, and I always will
Chorus: Are you lonesome tonight
Music by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
Words by: Turk, Roy, and Lou Handman.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: At peace with the world.
First Line: The day is done the golden sun is sinking behind the blue
Chorus: I love to spend the evening at peace with the world with you
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Two versions of this title are held. Version #1 contains "Made in U.S.A." statement.

Title: Baby face.
First Line: Rosy cheeks and turn'd up nose and curly hair
Chorus: Baby face you've go the cutest little baby face
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Harry Akst.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Harry Akst.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Black bottom.
First Line: Oh, the black bottom of the Swanee River
Chorus: They call it black bottom a new twister
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G., and Lew Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Bye bye blackbird.
First Line: Blackbird, blackbird singing the blues all day
Chorus: Pack up all my care and woe here I go singing low
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Cherie, I love you.
First Line: The language of love is the same
Chorus: Cherie, cherie my own
Music by: Goodman, Lillian Rosedale.
Words by: Goodman, Lillian Rosedale.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Cryin' for the moon.
First Line: Since you've been gone I've wandered on
Chorus: Since you went away, all I do is pray, cryin' for the moon
Music by: Conley, Larry, Jack Stern, and Jules Roos.
Words by: Conley, Larry, Jack Stern, and Jules Roos.
P/P/D: St. Louis : Larry Conley, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: 'Deed I do.
First Line: I was oh, so blue till you came a long
Chorus: Do I want you oh my, do I?
Music by: Hirsch, Walter, and Fred Rose.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter, and Fred Rose.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Deep Henderson.
First Line: Yesterday I happened by a wonderful sign
Chorus: Deeper than the river in the early spring
Music by: Rose, Fred.
Words by: Rose, Fred.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co., Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The desert song.
First Line: My desert is waiting, dear, come there with me. I'm longing to teach you love's sweet melody.
Chorus: Blue heaven and you and I, and sand kissing a moon-lit sky
Music by: Romberg, Sigmund.
Words by: Harbach, Otto, and Oscar Hammerstein, IInd.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: For my sweetheart.
First Line: Love is such a blessing to me
Chorus: Love made the birds that sing
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The girl friend.
First Line: My girl's the kind of girl for steady company
Chorus: Isn't she cute! Isn't she sweet!
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hart, Lorenz.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Hello, aloha!--How are you?
First Line: Night and day, she sang to him Aloha
Chorus: Hello Aloha, how are you?
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Hello bluebird.
First Line: Hear that bluebird up in the tree?
Chorus: All day long I jump and run about
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Friend, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Hi-diddle-diddle.
First Line: There's a little kid, a curley headed kid
Chorus: Hi diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle
Music by: Coon, Carleton A., and Hal Keidel.
Words by: Coon, Carleton A., and Hal Keidel.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Honolulu moon.
First Line: When day is slowly dying, I am sighing
Chorus: Honolulu Moon, now very soon will come a-shining o'er the drowsy blue lagoon
Music by: Lawrence, Fred.
Words by: Lawrence, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I can't believe that you're in love with me.
First Line: Yesterday you came my way and when you smiled at me
Chorus: Your eyes of blue, your kissed too, I never knew what they could do
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence, and Jimmy McHugh.
Words by: Gaskill, Clarence, and Jimmy McHugh.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Mills Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I wish you were jealous of me.
First Line: Sweetheart it's true I'm jealous of you
Chorus: I wish you were jealous of me dear as jealous as I am of you
Music by: Haubrich, Earl, and Glen Rowell.
Words by: Haubrich, Earl, and Glen Rowell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I'd love to call you my sweetheart.
First Line: Feeling blue, over you
Chorus: I'd love to call you my sweetheart
Music by: Goodwin, Joe, Larry Shay, and Paul Ash.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, Larry Shay, and Paul Ash.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I'm sitting here, you're sitting here what are we waiting for?
First Line: Ev'ry night I hold your little hand, but there's something I can't understand.
Chorus: I'm sitting here, you're sitting here, we're sitting here just sitting here, what are we waiting for?
Music by: Little Jack Little.
Words by: Coslow, Sam.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: In a little garden (you made paradise).
First Line: Thinking, dear, of days gone by, when you and I first met
Chorus: In a little garden you made paradise
Music by: Iula, Felice S.
Words by: Whittemore, Earl.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: It all depends on you.
First Line: Lovers depend on moonlight, for a love affair
Chorus: I can be happy, I can be sad
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: It made you happy when you made me cry.
First Line: The night you left me, you might have told me, we'd never meet again
Chorus: It made you happy when you made me cry
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I've found a new baby.
First Line: Ev'rybody look at me, happy fellow you will see
Chorus: I've found a new baby, I've found a new girl
Music by: Palmer, Jack, and Spencer Williams.
Words by: Palmer, Jack, and Spencer Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc.; London: B. Feldman & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Just a little longer.
First Line: Hold me fast for the time has passed and we have to say good bye
Chorus: Just a little longer let me hold you close to my heart
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Lonely eyes.
First Line: Ev'rytime I look into your eyes
Chorus: Lonely eyes why are you feeling blue
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Harry Akst.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Harry Akst.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Looking at the world thru rose colored glasses.
First Line: I've said good bye to "Mister Sorrow"
Chorus: Looking at the world thru rose colored glasses
Music by: Malie, Tommy, and Jimmy Steigler.
Words by: Malie, Tommy, and Jimmy Steigler.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Lulu Lou.
First Line: We stood out in the hallway, and I held her tightly pressed
Chorus: Oh Lulu Lou she's cracked and crazy and she's coo koo coo
Music by: Hall, Wendell.
Words by: Hall, Wendell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Mary Lou.
First Line: I have something on my mind that I've just got to say
Chorus: Mary Lou, Mary Lou, cross my heart I love you
Music by: Lyman, Abe, George Waggner, and J. Russel Robinson.
Words by: Lyman, Abe, George Waggner, and J. Russel Robinson.
P/P/D: New York City : Henry Waterson, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Messin' around.
First Line: What is all this noise I hear around here?
Chorus: That dance called "Messin' around,"
Music by: St. Cyr, John A., and Charles L. Cooke.
Words by: St. Cyr, John A., and Charles L. Cooke.
P/P/D: Chicago : Will Rossiter, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Mike.
First Line: Since I met you my darlin' my brain's in a whirl
Chorus: Mike, I love you truly
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Jesse Greer.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Jesse Greer.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Two version of this title are held.
Version #1 has the logo of Ferera and Mancini's Two-Color Method Ukele Solos on page 3.
Version #2 has has the logo of Ferera and Mancini's Two-Color Method Ukele Solos on page 2 and the logo of Mary Earl's Hawaiian Song folio on page 3.

Title: Muddy water (a Mississippi moan).
First Line: Dixie moonlight, Swanee shore, headin' homebound just once more
Chorus: Muddy water 'round my feet muddy water in the street
Music by: De Rose, Peter, and Harry Richman.
Words by: De Rose, Peter, and Harry Richman.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Two versions of this title are held.
Version #1 is arranged by Ted Eastwood.
Version #2 does not specify arranger.

Title: My baby knows how.
First Line: Met 'em short, met 'em tall, never thought I'd ever fall
Chorus: Who knows how to say I love you
Music by: Davis, Benny, Harry Akst, and Harry Richman.
Words by: Davis, Benny, Harry Akst, and Harry Richman.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Pretty Cinderella.
First Line: Midnight what a witching hour
Chorus: Pretty Cinderella, what's a "fella" going to do?
Music by: Harris, Will J.
Words by: Harris, Will J.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Put your arms where they belong (for they belong to me).
First Line: I dreamed alone till arms unknown embraced me and held me so sweetly
Chorus: Put you arms where they belong for they belong to me
Music by: Davis, Lou, Henry Santly, and Herman Ackman.
Words by: Davis, Lou, Henry Santly, and Herman Ackman.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Sunday.
First Line: All week long the world seems, oh, so blue
Chorus: I'm blue ev'ry Monday, thinking over Sunday
Music by: Miller, Ned, Chester Cohn, Jules Stein, and Bennie Krueger.
Words by: Miller, Ned, Chester Cohn, Jules Stein, and Bennie Krueger.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

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

Title: That's why I love you.
First Line: Why do I keep telling why I'm happy?
Chorus: When skies were gray you came my way, that's why I love you
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter, and Paul Ash.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: There's something nice about everyone but there's everything nice about you.
First Line: You can say the sweetest, cutest things, you're perfection ev'ry way
Chorus: There's something nice about ev'ryone but there's ev'rything nice about you
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: Terker, Arthur, and Alfred Bryan.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Waterson Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: When the red, red, robin comes bob, bob, bobbin' along.
First Line: I heard a robin this morning
Chorus: When the red, red, robin comes bob, bob, bobbin' along
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Woods, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Yankee rose.
First Line: We've seen roses grow almost ev'rywhere
Chorus: Yankee rose so true, how we all love you
Music by: Frankl, Abe.
Words by: Holden, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1926.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

____________________ 1927____________________

Title: Ain't she sweet?
First Line: There she is! There she is! There's what keeps me up at night.
Chorus: Ain't she sweet? See her coming down the street!
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

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

Title: Beautiful.
First Line: Stop! Look! Listen to me, I'm about to rave, like a kid on Christmas day
Chorus: Tiny little toes, a turned up shiny little nose, to me she's mighty like a rose
Music by: Shay, Larry.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co. Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Bill.
First Line: I used to dream that I would discover the perfect lover some day
Chorus: But along came Bill, who's not the type at all
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Wodehouse, P.G., and Oscar Hammerstein II.
P/P/D: New York : T.B. Harms Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: "Charmaine!"
First Line: You went away one dreary day, I knew you had to go
Chorus: I wonder why you keep me waiting
Music by: Rapee, Erno, and Lew Pollack.
Words by: Rapee, Erno, and Lew Pollack.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Chlo-e (song of the swamp).
First Line: Chlo-e! Chlo-e! Someone callin', no reply, night shades fallin', hear him sigh
Chorus: Through the black of night, I got to go where you are if it's wrong or right
Music by: Moret, Neil.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Villa Moret Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Dawning.
First Line: I love to see the golden sun a sinkin' in the golden west
Chorus: Morning glories all tell their stories at dawning
Music by: Silver, Abner, and Maceo Pinkard.
Words by: Silver, Abner, and Maceo Pinkard.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Girl of my dreams.
First Line: Dear, it seems years since we parted, years full of tears and regret
Chorus: Girl of my dreams I love you, honest I do, you are so sweet, if I could just hold your charms again in my arms, then life would be complete
Music by: Clapp, Sunny.
Words by: Clapp, Sunny.
P/P/D: Miami : Chas. Franklin Clapp, c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Hoosier sweetheart (say who).
First Line: Oh! the moon is shining bright along the Wabash
Chorus: Hoosier sweetheart, hoosier gal, who's your sweetheart, who's your pal
Music by: Goodwin, Joe, Paul Ash, and Billy Baskette.
Words by: Goodwin, Joe, Paul Ash, and Billy Baskette.
P/P/D: Chicago : Milton Weil Music Co. Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I'm in heaven when I see you smile Diane.
First Line: There's a story I've read that I'll tell to you
Chorus: "I'm in heaven when I see you smile
Music by: Rapee, Erno, and Lew Pollack.
Words by: Rapee, Erno, and Lew Pollack.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Just another day wasted away (waiting for you).
First Line: Just like yesterday I got up today
Chorus: Just another day wasted away watching and waiting
Music by: Tobias, Charles, and Roy Turk.
Words by: Tobias, Charles, and Roy Turk.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Kiss and make up.
First Line: Although I know that I've made you angry, please don't be angry with me
Chorus: Kiss and make up, why can't we kiss and make up?
Music by: Bogate, Al, and Carl Hoefle.
Words by: Miller, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Let's make believe.
First Line: Ever since we parted, I feel blue
Chorus: Let's make believe that you believe that I love you
Music by: Shay, Larry.
Words by: Harris, Harry.
P/P/D: St. Louis, MO : Larry Conley Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Love's magic.
First Line: Only the mem'ry of your voice that haunts me the long day thru
Chorus:
Music by: Grey, Frank H.
Words by: Twohig, Daniel S.
P/P/D: Boston, New York, Chicago : White-Smith Music Publishing Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: My blue heaven.
First Line: Day is ending, birds are wending back to the shelter of each little nest they love
Chorus: When whippoorwills call and ev'ning is nigh I hurry to my blue heaven
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Whiting, George.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: My down east rose.
First Line: I am thinking tonight of a place in the east
Chorus: For you're my down east rose the sweetest flower that grows
Music by: Orum, George C.
Words by: Everett, Elmore.
P/P/D: Dallas, TX : Everett Publishing Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Our bungalow of dreams.
First Line: There's a place that I see ev'ry night in my dreams
Chorus: A little love nest beside a stream, where red, red, roses grow
Music by: Verges, Joe.
Words by: Malie, Tommie, and Charlie Newman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Ramona.
First Line: I wander out yonder o'er the hills, where the mountains high, seem to kiss the sky
Chorus: Ramona, I hear the mission bells above
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Russian Lullaby.
First Line: Where the dreamy Volga flows there's a lonely Russian rose
Chorus: Ev'ry night you'll hear her croon a Russian lullaby
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi.
First Line: When the world goes wrong as its bound to do, and you've broken Dan Cupid's bow
Chorus: The girl of my dreams is the sweetest girl of all the girls I know
Music by: Vernor, F. Dudleigh.
Words by: Stokes, Byron D.
P/P/D: Chicago : Melrose Bros. Music Co. Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1928

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

Title: The waltz of love [Incomplete].
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Koehler, Ted, and Joe Verges.
Words by: Koehler, Ted, and Joe Verges.
P/P/D: Chicago : Ted Browne Music Co. Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: What'll you do?
First Line: You've been bragging that you're gonna leave me
Chorus: When you find you have nobody to miss you, nobody to kiss you, then what'll you do?
Music by: Cohn, Chester.
Words by: Miller, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: What does it matter.
First Line: Troubles and worries may darken the day
Chorus: What does it matter if the sun won't shine
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1927.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

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Title: Back in your own back yard.
First Line: We leave home expecting to find a bluebird
Chorus: The bird with feathers of blue, is waiting for you
Music by: Jolson, Al, Billy Rose, and Dave Dreyer.
Words by: Jolson, Al, Billy Rose, and Dave Dreyer.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: C-o-n-s-t-a-n-t-i-n-o-p-l-e.
First Line: Mister Noel Know-all was the teacher in a school
Chorus: Constantinople, c-o-n-s-t-a-n-t-i-n-o-p-l-e. Constantinople, it's as easy to sing it as saying your a b c.
Music by: Carlton, Harry.
Words by: Carlton, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: How long has this been goin' on?
First Line: Johnnie was bashful and shy, he'd blush when girlies pass'd by
Chorus: Never tasted kissin' 'till the other night, how long has this been goin' on?
Music by: David, Benny, and Pete Wendling.
Words by: David, Benny, and Pete Wendling.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I'll get by (as long as I have you).
First Line: This old world was just as sad a place for me as could be
Chorus: I'll get by as long as I have you
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Inving Berlin, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: I'm sorry Sally.
First Line: Sally, Sally, you and I, never should have said "good-bye"
Chorus: I'm sorry Sally, so sorry Sally, what more is there to say?
Music by: Fiorito, Ted.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Jeannine I dream of lilac time.
First Line: Lilacs in bloom, rarest perfume tells me that waiting is ended
Chorus: Jeannine, I dream of lilac time, your eyes, they beam in lilac time
Music by: Shilkret, Nathaniel.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Just like a melody out of the sky.
First Line: I feel in my glory, when ev'ning appears
Chorus: When night is falling, and love is calling, the ev'ning breezes sigh
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson-Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Lonesome in the moonlight.
First Line: The summer nights are here, the moon is bright and clear,
Chorus: Lonesome in the moonlight, with no one to love
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Russell, Benee.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The lonesome road.
First Line: Look down, look down that lonesome road
Chorus:
Music by: Shilkret, Nathaniel.
Words by: Austin, Gene.
P/P/D: New York : Spier & Coslow Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: My Inspiration is You.
First Line: We all need someone we can lean upon to give us guidance when we're woe begone
Chorus: Just like a sunflower lives for a sun shower, my inspiration is you
Music by: Nicholls, Horatio.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: London : Lawrence Wright Music Co., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: My old girl's my new girl now.
First Line: One little word and we parted in tears
Chorus: Love was just a memory until I brought her back to me
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Nagasaki.
First Line: Fellows if you're on I will spin a yarn that was told to me by able seaman Jones
Chorus: Hot ginger and dynamite there's nothing but that at night
Music by: Dixon, Mort, and Harry Warren.
Words by: Dixon, Mort, and Harry Warren.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Nuts.
First Line: Folks say "kid, you're nutty,
Chorus: There's nuts in dear old Georgia
Music by: Crosley, Ret.
Words by: Crosley, Ret.
P/P/D: Terre Haute, IN : The Ret Crosley Songs, c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Sally of my dreams.
First Line: Looking thru the skylight. Watching the clouds roll by.
Chorus: Sweet Sally, Sally of my dreams your sunny smile comes stealing when I'm feeling blue
Music by: Kernell, William.
Words by: Kernell, William.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The song I love.
First Line: Someone is playing the song I love
Chorus: There in the moonlight we strayed
Music by: De Sylva, B.G, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, and Con Conrad.
Words by: De Sylva, B.G, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, and Con Conrad.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Sonny boy.
First Line: Climb upon my knee, sonny boy; you are only three, sonny boy
Chorus: When there are gray skies, I don't mind the gray skies you make them blue, sonny boy
Music by: Jolson, Al, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by: Jolson, Al, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Sunshine.
First Line: A lot of cobwebs in your head you're getting rusty so you said
Chorus: Give the blues a chase find a sunny place go and paint your face with sunshine
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: Was it love?
First Line: We wait a lifetime for love that is real, love that can come in a day
Chorus: Was it love when your arms came to hold me
Music by: Rosenthal, Harry, and Con Conrad.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: You're a real sweetheart.
First Line: It's mighty hard to find a sweetheart, someone who's different from the rest
Chorus: When my pals turned me down you're the pal I found, you're a real sweetheart
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Caesar, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1928.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

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Title: Alone in the rain.
First Line: Into ev'ry life a little rain must fall, so the poets say.
Chorus: When the skies were clear, I could always find you near
Music by: Goulding, Edmund, and Dan Dougherty.
Words by: Goulding, Edmund, and Dan Dougherty.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Black eyes.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Thompson, John.
Words by:
P/P/D: Cincinnati : The Willis Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

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

Title: Can't we be friends?
First Line: I took each word he said as gospel truth, the way a silly little child would.
Chorus: I thought i'd found the man of my dreams.
Music by: Swift, Kay.
Words by: James, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Daddy's lullaby.
First Line: Fond recollections now come back to me, mem'ries recalled by an old melody.
Chorus: Your daddy's work is through, your playtime's over too
Music by: Cal De Voll, Gene, Ford Cal De Voll, and Glenn Cal De Voll.
Words by: Cal De Voll, Gene, Ford Cal De Voll, and Glenn Cal De Voll.
P/P/D: Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: A darn fool woman like me.
First Line: There will always be women just like me, who will always hide their tears
Chorus: Sometimes I feel just like a mother and you're a kid on my knee, that's the way with a darn fool woman like me
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

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

Title: I'll always be in love with you.
First Line: Dearest I've loved you in vain, for it's so plain to see, that you never loved me
Chorus: Sweetheart, if you should stray, million miles away I'll always be in love with you
Music by: Ruby, Herman, and Green and Stept.
Words by: Ruby, Herman, and Green and Stept.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Louise.
First Line: Wonderful! Oh, it's wonderful to be in love with you.
Chorus: Ev'ry little breeze seems to whisper "Louise."
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: A man of my own.
First Line: Looking for love is looking for the rainbow's end
Chorus: I've got me a real man. I'm makin' it known and tellin' the world, I've got a man of my own.
Music by: Ager, Milton.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Silver threads among the gold.
First Line: Darling I am growing old, silver threads among the gold
Chorus: Darling I am growing old, silver threads among the gold [varies slightly among four singers]
Music by: Danks, H. P., and J. Messina.
Words by: Rexford, E. E.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : The Morris Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Somewhere there's someone.
First Line: Life, so it seems, is made just of dreams, dreams, dear, that never come true
Chorus: Somewhere there's someone yearning yet, wanting you, can't forget.
Music by: Gillham, Art., and Lillian Madson.
Words by: Gillham, Art., and Lillian Madson.
P/P/D: Kansas City, MO : J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Star dust.
First Line: And now the purple dusk of twilight time steals across the meadows of my heart
Chorus:
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music, Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Sweet Nancy Lee.
First Line: In a vision I can see you, my own sweet Nancy Lee.
Chorus: I love you oh I love you, my own sweet Nancy Lee
Music by: Van Buren, Burrell.
Words by: Sager, Mary G.
P/P/D: Petersburg, VA : Sager Music House, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Tip-toe thru' the tulips with me.
First Line: Shades of night are creeping, willow trees are weeping, old folks and babies are sleeping
Chorus: Tip-toe to the window, by the window, that is where I'll be
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Under a texas moon.
First Line: When the last ray of sun, miquerida, paints the hills with a soft gold hue
Chorus: Dear one, let the spell of the fading light find you in my arms tonight
Music by: Perkins, Ray.
Words by: Perkins, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: Weary river.
First Line: Poets say our lives are like the rivers that flow
Chorus: I have been just like a weary river that keeps winding endlessly
Music by: Silvers, Louis.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: The wedding of the painted doll.
First Line: It's a holiday, today's the wedding of the painted doll.
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: What do I care.
First Line: Love is a funny thing, who knows what love will bring
Chorus: Here am I just a slave to love waiting for your caress
Music by: Klages, Raymond, Jesse Greer, and Harry Carroll.
Words by: Klages, Raymond, Jesse Greer, and Harry Carroll.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

Title: When I am house-keeping for you.
First Line: I never meant to be a "gad about" in fact i'm mad about sweet simplicity
Chorus: Then pies I'll be baking, and rugs I'll be shaking and beds I'll be making for you
Music by: Gorney, Jay.
Words by: Howard, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Spier and Coslow, Inc., c1929.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1923-1929

____________________ 1930____________________

Title: All through the night.
First Line: After the laughter of gay day is through, each passing fancy reminds me of you
Chorus: When the pale moon beams, take me in your dreams, all through the night
Music by: Yorke, Helen, Norman Clark, and Rudy Vallee.
Words by: Yorke, Helen, Norman Clark, and Rudy Vallee.
P/P/D: New York : Carl Fischer Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Are you ashamed of me?
First Line: You used to be so proud to be in any crowd, as long as I was there with you,
Chorus: From a corner of my eye, I can see you pass me by are you ashamed of me?
Music by: Hoffman, Al.
Words by: Lerner, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Betty co-ed.
First Line: Flirtation is an art with betty co-ed;
Chorus: Betty co-ed has lips of red for Harvard
Music by: Fogarty, J. Paul, and Rudy Vallee.
Words by: Fogarty, J. Paul, and Rudy Vallee.
P/P/D: New York : Carl Fischer Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Bluer than blue over you.
First Line: I thought that feeling blue was something that passed
Chorus: Bluer than blue all over you
Music by: Kernell, William.
Words by: Thompson, Harlan, and William Kernell.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., Inc, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Bye bye blues.
First Line: I got a big surprise, when I saw you smile
Chorus: Bye bye blues bye bye blues bells ring, birds sing sun is shining no more pining just we two
Music by: Hamm, Fred, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown, and Chauncy Gray.
Words by: Hamm, Fred, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown, and Chauncy Gray.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Check! And double check! (Nobody but me).
First Line: I've been checking up on you, and here's the answer, dear
Chorus: Who's got the sweetest baby?
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence, Tom Neely, and Harry Blythe.
Words by: Gaskill, Clarence, Tom Neely, and Harry Blythe.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: A cottage for sale.
First Line: Love in a bungalow high on a hill
Chorus: Our little dream castle with ev'ry dream gone
Music by: Robison, Willard.
Words by: Conley, Larry.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Eleanor (The song that I sing in my dreams).
First Line: A man, a maid, a serenade, a serenade, and knighthood was in flower
Chorus: Eleanor, what are we waiting for
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York : Red Star Music Co., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Embraceable you.
First Line: Dozens of girls would storm up; I had to lock my door
Chorus: Embrace me, my sweet embraceable you
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : New World Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Havin' you around is heaven.
First Line: Baby, I was just as blue as I could be
Chorus: Havin' you around is heaven
Music by: Sherman, Al, and Al Lewis.
Words by: Sherman, Al, and Al Lewis.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: High society blues.
First Line: Father sits around with a frozen pan, Mother sits and knits all day
Chorus: All alone, I guess we've got what they can't use
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York City : Red Star Music Co., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I got rhythm.
First Line: Days can be sunny, with never a sigh
Chorus: I got rhythm, I got music, I got my man who could ask for anything more?
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : New World Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I remember you from somewhere.
First Line: Somewhere, somewhere, I met my own ideal
Chorus: I remember you from somewhere
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, and Harry Warren.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Harry Warren.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Imagine.
First Line: Painting mental pictures all day thru
Chorus: Imagine a kitchenette of blue
Music by: Osborne, Will, Andy Razaf, and Paul Denniker.
Words by: Osborne, Will, Andy Razaf, and Paul Denniker.
P/P/D: New York City : Triangle Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It happened in Monterey.
First Line: In my imagination, I'm finding consolation
Chorus: It happened in Monterey, a long time ago
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Rose, William.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm climbing up a rainbow.
First Line: I can close my eyes and see, paradise in front of me
Chorus: Step by step, I'm climbing up a rainbow
Music by: Nelson, Ed. G.
Words by: Pease, Harry.
P/P/D: New York City : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm in the market for you.
First Line: I might as well confess it
Chorus: I'll have to see my broker, find out what he can do
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York City : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'se regusted.
First Line: There's two famous boys you know
Chorus:
Music by: Frazzini, Al, Nat Madison, and Sam Shepard.
Words by: Frazzini, Al, Nat Madison, and Sam Shepard.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I've got my eye on you.
First Line: You look so good, honey you should
Chorus: Oo-oo-oo-oo I've got my eye on you
Music by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
Words by: Green, Bud, and Sam H. Stept.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Just a little dance Mam'selle.
First Line: Remember back in old Montmartre
Chorus: Just a little dance Mam'selle
Music by: Wendling, Pete.
Words by: O'Flynn, Charles, and Ben Gordon.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Just a smile, hug and kiss.
First Line: Last night a golden dream came to me sweetheart
Chorus: Just a smile, hug and kiss
Music by: Waterloo, Lou.
Words by: Williams, Mary Elizabeth.
P/P/D: Paris, IL : The Music Shop, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Just like in a story book.
First Line: Doesn't this remind you of a book you've read
Chorus: Just like a story book
Music by: Hanley, Jamed F.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph.
P/P/D: New York City : Red Star Music Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Little white lies.
First Line: 'Twas just a night like this, filled with bliss
Chorus: The moon was all aglow and heaven was in your eyes
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York City : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Looking at you.
First Line: Never saw such perfect beauty before
Chorus: I could never weary looking at you
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The man from the south (With a big cigar in his mouth).
First Line: What's that cheering all about
Chorus: He's a big big man from the south
Music by: Bloom, Rube, and Harry Woods.
Words by: Bloom, Rube, and Harry Woods.
P/P/D: New York : Skidmore Music Co. Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Me and the girl next door.
First Line: Gee! I'm glad that I live on the street I do
Chorus: I got together and she got together
Music by: Moll, Billy, and Murray Mencher.
Words by: Moll, Billy, and Murray Mencher.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Berstein & Co. Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The moon is low.
First Line: Dreamy western stars in the skies and their light softly falls
Chorus: The moon is low stars up above
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Old New England moon.
First Line: When the shadows fall I'm lonely
Chorus: Old New England moon
Music by: Vance, Dave, and George P. Howard.
Words by: Vance, Dave, and George P. Howard.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: On a blue and moonless night.
First Line: Black shadows seem to fill my heart each time I think of you
Chorus: On a blue and moonless night
Music by: O'Flynn, Charles, Al Hoffmann, and Will Osborne.
Words by: O'Flynn, Charles, Al Hoffmann, and Will Osborne.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Please don't talk about me when I'm gone.
First Line: Years we've been together seems we can't get along
Chorus: Please don't talk about me when I'm gone
Music by: Clare, Sidney, Sam H. Stept, and Bee Palmer.
Words by: Clare, Sidney, Sam H. Stept, and Bee Palmer.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The prayer perfect.
First Line: Dear Lord, kind Lord! Gracious Lord! I pray Thou wilt look upon all I love tenderly today!
Chorus:
Music by: Speaks, Oley.
Words by: Riley, James Whitcomb.
P/P/D: New York : G. Schirmer, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Rockin' chair.
First Line: Moonlight on Swanee's muddy shore
Chorus: Old rockin' chair's got me
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
P/P/D: New York City : Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Sing you sinners.
First Line: Brothers and sisters, my sermon today
Chorus: You sinners drop ev'rything
Music by: Coslow, Sam, and W. Franke Harling.
Words by: Coslow, Sam, and W. Franke Harling.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The song without a name.
First Line: Last night there came to me a melody of mystery
Chorus: I'm called the song without a name
Music by: Russell, Benee.
Words by: Russell, Benee.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Spread a little sunshine.
First Line: Somewhere, someone's waiting for the sunshine
Chorus: Spread a little sunshine
Music by: Schmidt, Erwin R.
Words by: Harty, Robert E.
P/P/D: Chicago : DeVaignie Music Corporation, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: St. James infirmary.
First Line: When will I ever stop moanin?'
Chorus:
Music by: Primrose, Joe.
Words by: Primrose, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Gotham Music Service Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Time on my hands (You in my arms).
First Line: When the day fades away into twilight
Chorus: Time on my hands, you in my arms
Music by: Youmans, Vincent.
Words by: Adamson, Harold, and Mack Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Two hearts.
First Line: You waltz with me at night in my dreams
Chorus: Two hearts beat with a joy complete
Music by: Stoltz, Robert.
Words by: Reisch, W., and A. Robinson.
P/P/D: New york : Harms, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: A vision of Virginia.
First Line: When the day is done and the setting sun slowly fades from the sky
Chorus: A vision of Virginia I see in all of my dreams
Music by: Anonymous.
Words by: De Costa, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The waltz you saved for me.
First Line: This waltz that you saved for me
Chorus: Ever in dreams with you I'll sway dear,
Music by: King, Wayne, and Emil Flindt.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Washing the dishes with my sweetie.
First Line: Some boys are romantic, some are full of fun, but darn few are domestic, I'm the only one;
Chorus: Washing dishes with my sweetie at the kitchen sink, oh gosh, I get so excited I can hardly think
Music by: Dixon, Peter, Tom Neely, and Dave Ringle.
Words by: Dixon, Peter, Tom Neely, and Dave Ringle.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Washin' the blues from my soul.
First Line: World weary burdened down with useless cares and worry. My homeland's calling me, a voice within says: hurry
Chorus: Down thru the lowlands a trudgin' along with eyes up to heaven and heart full of song
Music by: Robison, Willard, and Dave Oppenheim.
Words by: Robison, Willard, and Dave Oppenheim.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Worryin' over you.
First Line: Honey, what do you really think of me? Honey, I want to know where I stand.
Chorus: You're just flirting all of the time makin' me jealous too, and you do it knowing that i'm worryin' over you.
Music by: Tobias, Charles, and Peter De Rose.
Words by: Tobias, Charles, and Peter De Rose.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: You brought a new kind of love to me.
First Line: Sweet one, fairer than the flowers, never will I meet one sweeter than you.
Chorus: If the nightingales could sing like you they'd sing much sweeter than they do
Music by: Fain, Sammy, Irving Kahal, and Pierre Norman.
Words by: Fain, Sammy, Irving Kahal, and Pierre Norman.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: "You dear."
First Line: 'Twas a bright moonlight evening a youth and a maid, were strolling together thru a picturesque glade.
Chorus: If I had a girl like you dear and I knew her heart beat true.
Music by: Lewis, Geo., and Lou Hutson.
Words by: Lewis, Geo., and Lou Hutson.
P/P/D: Cleveland, OH : Lewis, Hutson and Groynom, Music Publishers, c1930.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

____________________ 1931____________________

Title: The candy parade.
First Line: The candy parade is coming, all the big fat drums are drumming loud drum, drum!
Chorus: Yum, yum, the choc'late soldiers never stop, yum,yum, and ev'ry gun's a lolly pop!
Music by: Ronell, Ann.
Words by: Ronell, Ann.
P/P/D: : Miller Music Incorporated, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Good night sweetheart.
First Line: The day is over and its cares and woes in peaceful sweet repose will fade and die
Chorus: Good night sweetheart, till we meet tomorrow good night sweetheart, sleep with banish sorrow
Music by: Noble, Ray, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg. Connelly.
Words by: Noble, Ray, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg. Connelly.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Hello! Beautiful!
First Line: Oh! dear, look at who's here, look at those blue eyes, wonder would those eyes refuse me?
Chorus: Hello! Beautiful! How'd you get so beautiful?
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson-Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I apologize.
First Line: I'm sorry so sorry, what more can I say? Never knew how much you meant to me, till I went away.
Chorus: If I told a lie, if I made you cry, when I said goodbye I'm sorry from the bottom of my heart, dear, I apologize
Music by: Hoffman, Al, Al. Goodhart, and Ed. Nelson.
Words by: Hoffman, Al, Al. Goodhart, and Ed. Nelson.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I don't know why (I just do).
First Line: All day long you're asking me what I see in you
Chorus: I don't know why I love you like I do, I don't know why I just do.
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm wrapped up in you.
First Line: When it's cold people wish it were hot. When it's hot people wish it were not!
Chorus: I sing in the rain, I laugh at the snow, what do I care if it's thirty below
Music by: Murray, J.P., Barry Trivers, and Ben Oakland.
Words by: Murray, J.P., Barry Trivers, and Ben Oakland.
P/P/D: : Miller Music Incorporated, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Kentucky moon.
First Line: In Kentucky hills down by a moonlit stream someone waits with tender love
Chorus: Shine up in the sky for me Kentucky moon I'll be coming by to see you soon.
Music by: Scholl, Jack, and W.C. Lindeman.
Words by: Scholl, Jack, and W.C. Lindeman.
P/P/D: New York : W.C. Lindeman Music Publishers, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Little girl.
First Line: First time that I saw you as you went passing by, I knew my searching days were through
Chorus: Little, girl, you're the one girl for me; Little girl, you're as sweet as can be
Music by: Hyde, Madeline, and Francis Henry.
Words by: Hyde, Madeline, and Francis Henry.
P/P/D: New York : Olman Music Corporation; London: Campbell, Connelly & Co., Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Mardi Gras.
First Line: Romantic carefree splendid night, a gay and glad pretended night.
Chorus: Did we dance as we dreamed at the Mardi Gras?
Music by: Opler, Alfred.
Words by: Mercer, John.
P/P/D: : Miller Music Incorporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Smile, darn ya, smile.
First Line: Let's all get together with this one thought in mind, make this world a better, brighter place.
Chorus: Smile, darn ya, smile, you know this old world is a great world after all
Music by: Rich, Max.
Words by: O'Flynn, Chas., and Jack Meskill.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Wabash Moon.
First Line: The Wabash moon was shining upon a loving pair they kissed goodbye and parted and vowed they'd always care
Chorus: Wabash moon keep shining on the one who waits for me
Music by: Dreyer, Dave, and Morton Downey.
Words by: Dreyer, Dave, and Morton Downey.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Walkin' on air.
First Line: Oh boy but I'm jubilant, I found some one who will interest herself i ev'rything I do.
Chorus: Walkin' on air, whistling like a bluebird, this thing "love's" a new word I know nothing of
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: : Miller Music Incorporated, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: What is it?
First Line: You've got me hypnotized, you've got me mesmerized, why do you fascinate me so?
Chorus: What is it, what is it that makes me want you the way I do what is it?
Music by: Barris, Harry.
Words by: Tobias, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: When It's sleepy time down south.
First Line: Homesick tired all alone in a big city why should ev'rybody pity me
Chorus: Pale moon shining on the fields below darkies crooning songs soft and low
Music by: Rene, Leon, Otis Rene, and Clarence Muse.
Words by: Rene, Leon, Otis Rene, and Clarence Muse.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Freed and Powers, Ltd., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Why did it have to be me (You knew you'd hurt somebody).
First Line: Why did we meet, why was it sweet, leading me on and on; building my hopes upon empty dreams
Chorus: I gave my love, gave you my kisses, now that it's over, I see
Music by: Green, Bud, Carmen Lombardo, and Sam H. Stept.
Words by: Green, Bud, Carmen Lombardo, and Sam H. Stept.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: You try somebody else (We'll be back together again).
First Line: I'm so glad we had this understanding because we're both acting strange we both need to change
Chorus: You try somebody else, I'll try somebody else, and when we do, we'll both be blue
Music by: De Sylva, B.G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by: De Sylva, B.G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1931.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

____________________ 1932____________________

Title: Dark eyes.
First Line: I've one memory, of across the sea from a balcony, looking down at me two dark eyes I saw
Chorus:
Music by: Salami, A.
Words by: Johnson, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Goodnight, my love.
First Line: Each moment I'm with you is like a dream, my love, each hour a rose that blooms within my heart
Chorus: Goodnight, my love, sweet dreams to you, maybe in dreams you'll surrender
Music by: Arnheim, Gus, Harry Tobias, and Jules Lemare.
Words by: Arnheim, Gus, Harry Tobias, and Jules Lemare.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: In a sleepy little village.
First Line: Shadows creep to end a lonely day, and soon the stars appear above
Chorus: In a sleepy little village, let me lay me down to sleep again
Music by: "Red" Norvo.
Words by: Moll, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I've told ev'ry little star.
First Line: I make up things to say on my way to you, on my way to you I find things to say
Chorus:
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Hammerstein II, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York : T.B. Harms, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Love is the sweetest thing.
First Line: Whether you're twenty and starting in life; whether to thirty you've grown.
Chorus: Love is the sweetest thing, what else on earth could ever bring such happiness to ev'rything
Music by: Noble, Ray.
Words by: Noble, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: My river home.
First Line: Big town you've got the best of me, big town there is no rest for me
Chorus: Longing for my river home, along the sippy shore, my river home
Music by: Petkere, Bernice.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Pink elephants.
First Line: Yesterday a trav'ling salesman came into my house
Chorus: Pink elephants on the table, pink elephants on the chair
Music by: Dixon, Mort, and Harry Woods.
Words by: Dixon, Mort, and Harry Woods.
P/P/D: New York : Keit Engel Inc., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Please.
First Line: Are you list'ning? Are you bored?
Chorus: Please lend your little ear to my pleas
Music by: Rainger, Ralph.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: A song of India.
First Line: Oh land of mystery, thy name is India
Chorus:
Music by: Rimsky-Korsakoff, N., and Harold transcribed by Potter.
Words by: Freedman, Max C.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, Penn : The Morris Music Pub. Co., c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Three's a crowd.
First Line: Once I thought we'd be the kind of sweethearts no one else could come between
Chorus: I love you, but so does he
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al., and Irving Kahal.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: True love waltz.
First Line: Waltzing with you brings me a thrill, dear
Chorus: I'll waltz with you, dear, and you alone
Music by: Fritz, Louise Ewart.
Words by: Fritz, Louise Ewart.
P/P/D: New Orleans, La. : Louise Ewart Fritz, c1932.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

____________________ 1933____________________

Title: Annie doesn't live here anymore.
First Line: Here's a tragedy that happened on a side street
Chorus: Annie doesn't live here anymore
Music by: Spina, Harold.
Words by: Young, Joe, and Johnny Burke.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Bless your heart.
First Line: Seems to me, dear, that Heaven sent you
Chorus: Bless your heart, I'm in love with you
Music by: Stride, Harry, and Duke Enston.
Words by: Drake, Milton.
P/P/D: New York City : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Blue prelude.
First Line:
Chorus: Let me sigh, let me cry when I'm blue
Music by: Bishop, Joe.
Words by: Jenkins, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Isham Jones Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The boulevard of broken dreams.
First Line: Nightly lights are shining brightly
Chorus: I walk along the street of sorrow
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Carioca.
First Line: Say! have you seen the carioca?
Chorus: You'll dream of the new carioca
Music by: Youmans, Vincent.
Words by: Kahn, Gus, and Edward Eliscu.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Close your eyes.
First Line: Under a midnight sky watching a single star
Chorus: Close your eyes rest your head on my shoulder and sleep
Music by: Petkere, Bernice.
Words by: Petkere, Bernice.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The day you came along.
First Line: I was a very solitary sort
Chorus: My heart went leaping the day you came along
Music by: Johnston, Arthur, and Sam Coslow.
Words by: Johnston, Arthur, and Sam Coslow.
P/P/D: New York City : Paramount Productions Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Did you ever see a dream walking?
First Line: Something very strange and mystic happened to me
Chorus: Did you ever see a dream walking?
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Everything I have is yours.
First Line: The more I'm with you, the more I can see my love is yours alone
Chorus: Everything I have is yours my destiny
Music by: Lane, Burton.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Fresh as a daisy.
First Line: I thought that I was through with love
Chorus: Fresh as a daisy and I want you to know tho' its amazing it's true
Music by: Rich, Max.
Words by: Scholl, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Gypsy fiddles.
First Line: Love for us began when a Gypsy caravan came to rest beneath a starlit sky
Chorus: Gypsy fiddles were playing and the moon was calling above
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Wrubel, Allie.
P/P/D: New York : Keit-Engel Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Harlem rhythm dance.
First Line: Don't disappoint the smart set, baby
Chorus: Heat your feet, tap off beat
Music by: Williams, Clarence.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Have you ever been lonely? (Have you ever been blue).
First Line: Two of a kind ev'rywhere I see
Chorus: Have you ever been lonely?
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Brown, George.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Here you come with love.
First Line: In between our kissin', believin' all you'd say
Chorus: I don't know why I stand for you
Music by: Trent, Jo, Harry Tobias, and Neil Moret.
Words by: Trent, Jo, Harry Tobias, and Neil Moret.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I cover the waterfront.

First Line: Away from the city that hurts and mocks, I'm standing alone by the desolate docks
Chorus: I cover the waterfront, I'm watching the sea, will the one I love be coming back to me?
Music by: Green, John W.
Words by: Heyman, Edward.
P/P/D: London : Victoria Music Publishing Company, Ltd., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I just couldn't take it Baby.
First Line: Look what you've done to me
Chorus: You just don't begin to know the spot you've got me in
Music by: Nichols, Alberta.
Words by: Holiner, Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I will dream of the dove (La paloma).
First Line: Nita, now the moment has come to say "Goodbye"
Chorus:
Music by: Yradier, Vittoria.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, Penn : Morris Music Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: In the Carolina moonlight.
First Line: Memories of Carolina moonbeams playing 'round a lover's rendezvous
Chorus: In the Carolina moonlight I first found my Carolina love
Music by: Kennedy, Al.
Words by: Keneddy, Al.
P/P/D: Attica, Ohio : E. M. Waltz Music Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Isle of blues.
First Line: Blues, you found me
Chorus: Isle of blues, my life is friendless
Music by: Jerome, M. K.
Words by: Jasmyn, Joan.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It's only a paper moon [Incomplete].
First Line: I never feel, a thing is real
Chorus:
Music by: Arlen, Harold.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and E. Y. Harburg.
P/P/D: New york : Harms Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It's Sunday down in Caroline.
First Line: No wonder they call it Sunday
Chorus: Lazy sun is shinin' and my heart's at ease
Music by: Levinson, Jerry.
Words by: Symes, Marty, and Al. J. Neiberg.
P/P/D: New York City : Santly Bros. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It's the talk of the town.
First Line: We were more than lovers
Chorus: I can't show my face, can't go anyplace
Music by: Levinson, Jerry.
Words by: Symes, Marty, and Al. J. Neiburg.
P/P/D: New York City : Santly Bros. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The last round-up.
First Line: I'm headin' for the last round-up
Chorus:
Music by: Hill, Billy.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Berstein & Co. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Lazybones.
First Line: Long as there is chicken gravy on your rice, ev'rything is nice
Chorus: Lazybones, sleepin in the sun
Music by: Mercer, Johnny, and Hoagy Carmichael.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny, and Hoagy Carmichael.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Look who's here.
First Line: What's the big commotion?
Chorus: Oh! Look who's here
Music by: Lane, Burton.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Moonstruck.
First Line: Sweetheart wasn't there a moon?
Chorus: You have me spell-bound, bewildered by your charms
Music by: Johnston, Arthur.
Words by: Coslow, Sam.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: My first love to last.
First Line: If I've made a botch of life wasn't it rather Scotch of life to hold you out on me
Chorus: you're my first love a long, long rehearsed love
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Marion, George Jr.
P/P/D: New York and Cleveland : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: My hat's on the side of my head.
First Line: Funny thing what love can do
Chorus: I've got the funniest feelin' it was something you said
Music by: Woods, Harry, and Claude Hulbert.
Words by: Woods, Hary, and Claude Hulbert.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The national prayer.
First Line: Lord, guide our President
Chorus: Master of our Nation, to our Lord we pray
Music by: St. Claire, Louis.
Words by: St. Claire, Louis.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Ind. : St. Claire Music Publishing Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The old spinning wheel.
First Line: Covered with dust and forgotten
Chorus: There's an old spinning wheel in the parlor
Music by: Hill, Billy.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Puddin' head Jones.
First Line: There was a most peculiar kid in our town
Chorus: Puddin' head Jones was fat and funny
Music by: Handman, Lou.
Words by: Bryan, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Shadow waltz.
First Line: Shadows on the wall I can see them fall
Chorus: In the shadows, let me come and sing to you, let me dream a song that I can bring to you
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Sophisticated lady.
First Line:
Chorus: They say into your early life romance came
Music by: Ellington, Duke.
Words by: Mills, Irving, and Mitchell Parish.
P/P/D: New York : Gotham Music Service, Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Thanks.
First Line: We used to dwell in love's own palace
Chorus: Thanks for all the lovely delight I found in your embrace
Music by: Johnston, Arthur, and Sam Coslow.
Words by: Johnston, Arthur, and Sam Coslow.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: This little piggie went to market.
First Line: I have heard sophisticated love songs, rhapsodies and symphonies galore
Chorus: This little piggie went to market
Music by: Lewis, Harold (Lefty).
Words by: Coslow, Sam.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Three wishes.
First Line: When I was young they told me in quaint nursery rhymes
Chorus: Three wishes, what shall they be
Music by: Posford, George.
Words by: Furber, Douglas.
P/P/D: New York and Cleveland : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Throw another log on the fire.
First Line: Sitting by the fire-side, weaving dreams of old
Chorus: Throw another log on the fire
Music by: Tobias, Charles, Jack Scholl, and Murray Mencher.
Words by: Tobias, Charles, Jack Scholl, and Murray Mencher.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The waltz you saved for me.
First Line: This waltz that you saved for me
Chorus: Ever in dreams with you I'll sway
Music by: King, Wayne, and Emil Flindt.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: When I take my vacation in Heaven.
First Line: Here so many are taking vacation
Chorus: When I take my vacation in Heaven
Music by: Buffum, Herbert.
Words by: Buffum, Herbert.
P/P/D: Kansas City, MO : Jenkins Music Co., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?
First Line: Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?
Chorus: Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?
Music by: Churchill, Frank E.
Words by: Churchill, Frank E., and Ann Ronell.
P/P/D: New york City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Why am I happy?
First Line: When your eyes are bright and music fills the night
Chorus: Why am I so Happy?
Music by: Kernell, William.
Words by: Kernell, William.
P/P/D: New York and Cleveland : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1933.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

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Title: All I do is dream of you.
First Line: Out of a clear blue sky into my heart you came
Chorus: All I do is dream of you the whole night thru
Music by: Brown, Nacio Herb.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Because of once upon a time.
First Line: Two hearts in glory
Chorus: Once upon a time, you whispered 'I love you"
Music by: Stride, Harry, and Bernard Maltin.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Believe it, beloved.
First Line: I'm so glad I found you
Chorus: Oh! Believe it, beloved because it's true
Music by: Johnson, J. C.
Words by: Whiting, George, and Nat Schwartz.
P/P/D: New York : Broadway Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The breeze (That's bringin' my honey back to me).
First Line: You will always find me here beside the sea
Chorus: Day after day I'm waitin' patiently
Music by: Sacco, Tony, Dick Smith, and Al Lewis.
Words by: Sacco, Tony, Dick Smith, and Al Lewis.
P/P/D: New York : Olman Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Butterfly.
First Line: Music that's louder, and lipstick and powder, are all you seek
Chorus: Butterfly, be careful of your wings
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York City : Santly Bros. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The champagne waltz.
First Line: Something seems to fill me
Chorus: This is the champagne waltz
Music by: Conrad, Con, Ben Oakland, and Milton Drake.
Words by: Conrad, Con, Ben Oakland, and Milton Drake.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The continental (you kiss while you dance).
First Line: Beautiful music! Dangerous rhythm!
Chorus:
Music by: Conrad, Con.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Cross-eyed Kelly (from Penn-syl-van-eye-ay).
First Line: There's a certain football player, Kelly is his name
Chorus: Who always grabs the football and runs the other way?
Music by: Sherman, Al, Al Lewis, and Abner Silver.
Words by: Sherman, Al, Al Lewis, and Abner Silver.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Dancing with my shadow.
First Line: They're playing a melody we both loved to hear
Chorus: Dancing with my shadow, feeling kind of blue
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Woods, Harry.
P/P/D: New york : Joe Morris Music Co., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Emaline.
First Line: Evenin' breezes hum a lullaby
Chorus: Don't you hear my heart whisper thru your window
Music by: Perkins, Frank.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Ev'ry day.
First Line: Love's sweet song, dear, sounds a little wrong, dear
Chorus: Ev'ry day I'll fall in love all over again with you
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Kahal, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Flirtation walk.
First Line: Here we are at last
Chorus: I always knew some day I'd accompany you along flirtation walk
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Freckle face, you're beautiful.
First Line: Honey, when I look at you, you're like a dream come true
Chorus: Freckle face, to think I used to call you freckle face
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Carmen Lombardo.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Carmen Lombardo.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Ha-cha-cha.
First Line: Lads and lasses forget your dancing classes
Chorus: It's up to you to do the Ha-cha-cha
Music by: Heymann, Werner R.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York and Cleveland : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I ain't lazy--I'm just dreamin'.
First Line: When old summer's in the air, then somethin' happens to me
Chorus: Dreamin' just dreamin'
Music by: Franklin, Dave.
Words by: Franklin, Dave.
P/P/D: New York : Isham Jones Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I hate myself for being so mean to you.
First Line: Feelin' low and so forlorn
Chorus: Oh, I hate myself for being so mean to you
Music by: Young, Joe, Benny Davis, and Milton Ager.
Words by: Young, Joe, Benny Davis, and Milton Ager.
P/P/D: New York City : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I only have eyes for you.
First Line: My love must be a kind of blind love, I can't see anyone but you
Chorus: Are the stars out tonight? I don't know if it's cloudy or bright
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I wanna be loved.
First Line: Man, you funny thing, don't you know it's spring?
Chorus: I wanna be loved with inspiration, I wanna be loved started tonight.
Music by: Green, Johnny.
Words by: Rose, Billy, and Edward Heyman.
P/P/D: New York : Supreme Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I wish I were twins (so I could love you twice as much).
First Line: When I'm with you I feel so small, right in my shell I want to crawl, I wonder why I had to fall for you.
Chorus: I wish that I were twins, you great big babykins so I could love you twice as much as I do.
Music by: Meyer, Joseph.
Words by: De Lange, Edgar, and Frank Loesser.
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Isle of Capri.
First Line: Somewhere far away over Naples bay that's where my thoughts keep on turning
Chorus: 'Twas on the Isle of Capri that I found her beneath the shade of an old walnut tree.
Music by: Grosz, Will.
Words by: Kennedy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: New York : T.B. Harms Company, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It happened when your eyes met mine.
First Line: While loving and kissing, let's try reminiscing sweetheart, take it from the start.
Chorus: It happened when your eyes met mine, the kindling of a spark divine
Music by: Akst, Harry.
Words by: Turk, Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It's all forgotten now.
First Line: We have been such a loving couple, the model of what lovers should be
Chorus: It's all forgotten now, the trouble and the pain, forgotten ev'ry word I said.
Music by: Noble, Ray.
Words by: Noble, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'll close my eyes to everyone else (If you'll open your heart to me).
First Line: Ever since you came my way life has seemed so real
Chorus: I'll close my eyes to ev'ryone else if you'll open your heart to me.
Music by: Tinturin, Peter, Nick Kenny, and Arthur Terker.
Words by: Tinturin, Peter, Nick Kenny, and Arthur Terker.
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm gettin' sentimental over you.
First Line: I was just another who laughed at romance, I said it was not for me,
Chorus: Never thought I'd fall, but now I hear love call, I'm gettin' sentimental over you
Music by: Bassman, George.
Words by: Washington, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm lonesome for you Caroline.
First Line: You broke my heart when you said "goodbye," I'm to blame our romance is through.
Chorus: Gee, but I'm lonesome for you, Caroline, so lonesome pal o' mine without you.
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Walker, Rene.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm sorry I lost you.
First Line: I know it's my fault, our love affair is through, I'm so ashamed of the things I said to you;
Chorus: I'm sorry I lost you, I know I'm to blame, I'm sorry I quarreled with you,
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Walker, Rene.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I've got an invitation to a dance.
First Line: Just a year ago you and I went dancing, now this is another year, a new dance is on.
Chorus: I've got an invitation to a dance, but I don't think I'll go, i'd be sorry I know
Music by: Symes, Marty, Al J. Neiburg, and Jerry Levinson.
Words by: Symes, Marty, Al J. Neiburg, and Jerry Levinson.
P/P/D: New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Judy.
First Line: Ev'ry bee that gives honey can sting like blazes, and the beautiful lightning can strike you down
Chorus: If her voice can bring ev'ry hope of the spring, that's Judy, my Judy.
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Sammy Lerner.
Words by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Sammy Lerner.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Let me call you mine.
First Line: Darling, as we meet from day to day, you are near and yet so far away
Chorus: Let me hold you, and enfold you, let me call you mine
Music by: Hall, Wendell, and Howard Johnson.
Words by: Hall, Wendell, and Howard Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Little Dutch mill.
First Line: Far across the sea in Holland, in the land of wooden shoes, there's a story nearly ev'ryone knows
Chorus: There's a little Dutch mill, on a little Dutch hill where the little Dutch stars shine bright
Music by: Barris, Harry.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publications Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Little man you've had a busy day.
First Line: Ev'ning breezes sighing, moon is in the sky, liitle man, it's time for bed.
Chorus: Little man you're crying, I know why you're blue, someone took your kiddy car away;
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Sigler, Maurice, and Al Hoffman.
P/P/D: New York : T.B. Harms Company, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Love in bloom.
First Line: Blue night and you alone with me my heart has never known such ecstasy
Chorus: Can it be the trees that fill the breeze with rare and magic perfume?
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Love thy neighbor.
First Line: Never treat others with scorn, we're only here 'cause we're born
Chorus: So love thy neighbor, walk up and say "how be ya!" gee! but i'm glad to see ya
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: May I?
First Line: Why does my heart pound like a hammer? Why do I start to stutter and stammer?
Chorus: May I be the only one to say I really love the day I first set eyes on you.
Music by: Revel, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Me without you.
First Line: Once we were two, I was myself and you were you.
Chorus: I could imagine a moon without a beam, a sun without a ray, a star without a gleam, but dear, I can't imagine me without you.
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Lewis E. Gensler.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Lewis E. Gensler.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Moonglow.
First Line: Like someone that hasn't any country, like a stranger visiting from Mars; went around alone, just like a rolling stone
Chorus: It must have been moonglow, way up in the blue, it must have been moonglow that led me straight to you
Music by: Hudson, Will, Eddie De Lange, and Irving Mills.
Words by: Hudson, Will, Eddie De Lange, and Irving Mills.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: My dear.
First Line: Although our love was in vain, dear, though we're far apart you're still in my heart
Chorus: My dear, I love you truly, you know I do, sweetheart
Music by: Garber, Jan, and Freddie Large.
Words by: Garber, Jan, and Freddie Large.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Nasty man.
First Line: Scandals! They're ev'rywhere, they're in the air, and who put them there?
Chorus: Oh, you nasty man! Taking your love on the easy plan, here and there and where you can, oh, you nasty man!
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Yellen, Jack, and Irving Caesar.
P/P/D: New York : Movietone Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Neighbors.
First Line: I see that someone just moved in, the little house that's right next door and is she nice!
Chorus: Neighbors, oh, pardon me but don't you know we're neighbors, simply had to day "hello"
Music by: O'Flynn, Charles, James Cavanaugh, and Frank Weldon.
Words by: O'Flynn, Charles, James Cavanaugh, and Frank Weldon.
P/P/D: New York : Keit-Engel Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Night on the desert.
First Line: Come with me through the moonlit can you into the desert so full of mystery
Chorus: Night on the desert you beside me on the burning sands
Music by: Hill, Billy.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Night wind.
First Line: I can hear the song of the night wind.
Chorus: Love was blown away by the night wind, and the dream we shared fell apart.
Music by: Rothberg, Bob, Dave Pollock, and Harry Link.
Words by: Rothberg, Bob, Dave Pollock, and Harry Link.
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The object of my affection.
First Line: According to definition, affection is a thing that seems to change you from the start
Chorus: The object of my affection can change my complexion from white to rosy red, anytime she holds my hand
Music by: Tomlin, Pinky, Coy Poe, and Jimmie Grier.
Words by: Tomlin, Pinky, Coy Poe, and Jimmie Grier.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Ol' pappy.
First Line: When I was a little pickaninny, pappy was so good to me
Chorus: Ol' pappy, ol' pappy, I'm goin' to make you happy,
Music by: Neiburg, Al. J., Marty Symes, and Jerry Levinson.
Words by: Neiburg, Al. J., Marty Symes, and Jerry Levinson.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Out of space.
First Line: From out of space, there came a rainbow above; from out of space, you came to me one day my love
Chorus:
Music by: Gifford, Eugene, and Joe Bishop.
Words by: Tharp, Winky.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publications Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: P.S. I Love You.
First Line: What is there to write, what is there to say, same things happen ev'ry day
Chorus: Dear I thought I'd drop a line, the weathers cool the folks are fine
Music by: Jenkins, Gordon.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Kornheiser-Schuster, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Pardon my southern accent.
First Line: It's a universal moon above you, ask the Irish, ask the Greek.
Chorus: Pardon my southern accent, pardon my southern drawl; may sound funny, ah, but honey! I love y'all.
Music by: Malneck, Matt.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Rain.
First Line: We used to sing songs about sunshine begging the clouds to roll by
Chorus: Rain, when ya gonna rain again? Rain grow the golden grain again
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Ridin' around in the rain.
First Line: A penthouse, a park bench were all the same to me, my sweetie was very discontented.
Chorus: I recall the night, the stars were shining bright, we were ridin' around in the rain
Music by: Austin, Gene, and Carmen Lombardo.
Words by: Austin, Gene, and Carmen Lombardo.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publications Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Smoke rings.
First Line: Where do they go the smoke rings I blow each night
Chorus: puff puff puff puff your cares away puff puff puff night and day
Music by: Gifford, H. Eugene.
Words by: Washington, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Exclusive Publications Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Solitude.
First Line:
Chorus: In my solitude you haunt me with reveries of days gone by
Music by: Ellington, Duke.
Words by: De Lange, Eddie, and Irving Mills.
P/P/D: New York : Milsons Music Publishing Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Stars fell on Alabama.
First Line: Moonlight and magnolia, starlight in your hair, all the world a dream come true, did it really happen, was I really there
Chorus: We lived our little drama, we kissed in a field of white, and stars fell on Alabama last night
Music by: Perkins, Frank.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Stay as sweet as you are.
First Line: Beloved, I think nothing but the best of you, you gave life a lovely flavor the day you came along
Chorus: Stay as sweet as you are, don't let a thing ever change you.
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Sweetie Pie.
First Line: Ev'rybody seems to think that candy is sweet, and maple syrup is too;
Chorus: Sweetie pie, little bit sugar, little bit honey, little bit sad and a little bit funny, you are my sweetie pie.
Music by: Loeb, John Jacob.
Words by: Loeb, John Jacob.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: There is a tavern in the town (The drunkard song).
First Line: There is a tavern in the town in the town
Chorus: Fare thee well, for I must leave thee, do not let the parting grieve thee
Music by: Hills, William H.
Words by: Hills, William H.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: There was a night on the water.
First Line: I know a little place, a quiet little place, not far from here
Chorus: There was a night on the water, beneath a starry sky and sail boats like dream boats were slowly drifting by
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, George and Bert Clarke, and Ellery Rand.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen, George and Bert Clarke, and Ellery Rand.
P/P/D: New York : Olman Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: A thousand good nights.
First Line: Here we met at twilight, here we are at dawn, how those precious hours seemed to fly
Chorus: Good night a thousand good nights here we have waited till moon beams have faded and gone
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Tonight is mine.
First Line: What will tomorrow bring to me?
Chorus: There's a moon above me, you have said "you love me" hold me close
Music by: Harling, Frank.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Two cigarettes in the dark.
First Line: Soft lights and clinking of glasses, casually I drift outside, I had a strange premonition when all of a sudden I spied
Chorus: Two two cigarettes in the dark he strikes a match 'til the spark clearly traces one face is my sweetheart
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The very thought of you.
First Line: I don't need your photograph to keep by my bed;
Chorus: The very thought of you, and I forget to do, the little ordinary things that ev'ryone ought to do
Music by: Noble, Ray.
Words by: Noble, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Wagon wheels.
First Line: Trains rushin' here and there flying machines flashin' thru the air
Chorus: Wagon wheels, wagon wheels keep on a turnin'
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Waitin' at the gate for Katy.
First Line: Same old moon in the same old sky same little guy at the gate i'm in love but I wish that I could turn my love into hate
Chorus: When the cows come home and the milkin' is through I can always be found waitin' at the gate for Katy
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Movietone Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: When my ship comes in.
First Line: There is a ship that sails the sea for little folks like you and me
Chorus: I'll have a golden castle grand and tall with eighteen butlers standing in the hall
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: When the heather bells are blooming on the hillside.
First Line: I'm dreaming of my home in bonnie Scotland, I'm lonely for a girl with golden hair
Chorus: When the heather bells are blooming on the hillside, and the leaves are turning golden in the lane
Music by: Cochrane, Billy.
Words by: Cochrane, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Why do I dream those dreams?
First Line: Thoughts that you suppress, thoughts you won't confess, you dismiss them from your mind, but then, they come again.
Chorus: I see somebody just like you, preparing breakfast just for two
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: You'll never know.
First Line: My poor heart is like a burning fire feels just like it's all a flame you're the reason I feel that way
Chorus: You'll never know how much I think of you when day is thru
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1934.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

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Title: About a quarter to nine.
First Line: Life begins when somebody's eyes look into your own
Chorus: The stars are gonna twinkle and shine this evening, about a quarter to nine.
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Accent on youth.
First Line: The moon is new, a crescent up above the night is young; the stage is set for love
Chorus: Why is the rose beginning to bud in spring? Why are the birds beginning to fly and sing?
Music by: Lawnhurst, Vee.
Words by: Seymour, Tot.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Aloha Oe.
First Line: Now our golden days are at an end
Chorus: Farewell to thee
Music by: Liluokalni, Queen Lydia.
Words by: Liluokalni, Queen Lydia.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Alone.
First Line: A million stars are shining bright that glorify the sky
Chorus: Alone alone with a sky of romance above
Music by: Brown, Herb Nacio.
Words by: Freed, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: A beautiful lady in blue.
First Line: Ev'ry one loves a love story
Chorus: A beautiful lady in blue
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York City : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Blue Danube waltz.
First Line: Beautiful theme music supreme
Chorus:
Music by: Strauss, Johann.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The Bowery.
First Line: Oh! the night that I struck New York
Chorus: The Bowery, the Bowery!
Music by: Gaunt, Percy.
Words by: Hoyt, Charles H.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Cheek to cheek.
First Line:
Chorus: Heaven, I'm in heaven, and my heart beats so that I can hardly speak
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Cielito lindo (Beautiful Heaven).
First Line: That beauty spot that you carry Cielito Lindo
Chorus: Ay, ay, ay, ay, let's sing a love song
Music by: Fernandez, G.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Ciribiribin (Neapolitan song).
First Line: When it's nighttime in gay Napoli
Chorus: Ciribiribin I hear your voice
Music by: Pestalozza, A.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Clouds.
First Line: Clouds are only dewdrops that once kissed a rose
Chorus: Clouds floating thru the night
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Dark eyes.
First Line: Eyes so dark and dear
Chorus:
Music by: Manoloff, Nick Arr.
Words by: Manoloff, Bernice.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Devil in the moon.
First Line: I never rehearsed love, so somehow my first love just vanished into the air
Chorus: There must have been a Devil in the moon guiding me to you
Music by: Hill, Alex, Manny Kurtz, and Irving Mills.
Words by: Hill, Alex, Manny Kurtz, and Irving Mills.
P/P/D: New York City : Milsons Music Publishing Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Ev'rything's been done before.
First Line: There is nothing new beneath the sun my dear
Chorus: Ev'rything's been done before
Music by: Adamson, Harold, Edwin Knopf, and Jack King.
Words by: Adamson, Harold, Edwin Knopf, and Jack King.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: A home on the range.
First Line: Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam, where the deer and the antelope play
Chorus: Home, home on the range, where the deer and the antelope play
Music by: Manoloff, Nick.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I can't get started.
First Line: I'm a glum one, it's explainable
Chorus: I've flown around the world in a plane
Music by: Duke, Vernon.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: New York City : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'll never say "never again" again.
First Line: Why did we ever quarrel, say "good-bye" to love? Must have been insane, what was I thinking of?
Chorus: I'll never say "never again" again, 'cause here I am in love again, head over heels in love again with you!
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Woods, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: I'm in the mood for love.
First Line: Lovely interlude! Most romantic mood and your attitude is right, dear
Chorus: I'm in the mood for love
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy, and Dorothy Fields.
Words by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy, and Dorothy Fields.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: In a little Gypsy tea room.
First Line: I was seeking shelter from the weather
Chorus: It was in a little Gypsy tea room
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: In old Madrid (viejo Marid).
First Line: In old Madrid love waits for me I'd give the world to be in old Madrid
Chorus: I'm just a dreamer making no bid, I'll take a steamer back to Madrid
Music by: Trotere, and Jerry Castillo.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: In the middle of a kiss.
First Line: It's funny how it all began
Chorus: In the middle of a kiss
Music by: Coslow, Sam.
Words by: Coslow, Sam.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: It's been so long.
First Line: I think of things we used to do
Chorus: Cause it's been so long since I held you tight
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Juanita.
First Line: Soft o'er the fountain ling'ring falls the Southern moon
Chorus:
Music by: Castillo, Jerry.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Life is a song (Let's sing it together).
First Line: Don't be afraid of the future
Chorus: Life is a song let's sing it together
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Lookie lookie lookie here comes Cookie.
First Line: Goodness, gracious me
Chorus: Lookie lookie lookie here comes Cookie
Music by: Gordon, Mack.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York City : Crawford Music Corporation, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Love me forever.
First Line: My world began with you
Chorus: Love me forever, love me alone
Music by: Schertzinger, Victor.
Words by: Kahn, Gus.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Love passes by.
First Line: There's a moon up in the sky, you've never noticed before
Chorus: Suddenly the heavens clear, stars are twinkling in the sky
Music by: Schertzinger, Victor.
Words by: Scholl, Jack.
P/P/D: New York; New York City : Irving Berlin Inc.; Santly Bros., Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Lullaby of Broadway.
First Line: Come on along and listen to the lullaby of Broadway
Chorus: Goodnight baby, goodnight the milkman's on his way
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New york : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The merry widow.
First Line: Music playing dancers swaying waltz divine
Chorus:
Music by: Lehar, Franz.
Words by: Field, Carl.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The night is young.
First Line: The failing light of falling sun
Chorus: The night is young and the moon is riding high
Music by: Romberg, Sigmund.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar II.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: No other one.
First Line: Now that I've found you I'm not gonna share you
Chorus: No other one yes no other one
Music by: Lawnhurst, Vee.
Words by: Seymour, Tot.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Nobody's darlin' but mine.
First Line: Come sit by my side little darlin'
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Jimmie.
Words by: Davis, Jimmie.
P/P/D: Kansas City, MO : Jenkins Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: O sole mio (My sunshine).
First Line: How many sunshines have I been lonely
Chorus: Beautiful sunshine descend on me
Music by: Di Capo, Edvardo.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: La paloma (the dove).
First Line: I left my home in Havana
Chorus:
Music by: Yradier, Sabastian.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Please believe me.
First Line: How could I ever dream that I would be gazing through Heaven's door
Chorus: Please believe me, I was in Heaven last night
Music by: Jacobs, Al.
Words by: Yoell, Larry.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Put on an old pair of shoes.
First Line: Old friends are treasures one should never lose
Chorus: Put on an old pair of shoes
Music by: Hill, Mr. & Mrs. Billy.
Words by: Hill, Mr. & Mrs. Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Red sails in the sunset.
First Line: 'Twas down were the fisher folk gather, I wander'd far from the throng
Chorus: Red sails in the sunset 'way out on the sea
Music by: Williams, Hugh, and Will Grosz.
Words by: Kennedy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: London : The Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Rhythm is our business.
First Line: Rhythm is our business, rhythm is what we sell
Chorus: Rhythm is our business, rhythm is what we sell
Music by: Lunceford, Jimmie, Sammy Cahn, and Saul Kaplan.
Words by: Lunceford, Jimmie, Sammy Cahn, and Saul Kaplan.
P/P/D: New York City : Select Music Publications Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Summer time.
First Line: Summer time and the livin' is easy
Chorus:
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Heyward, Du Bose.
P/P/D: New York : Gershwin Publishing Corp.- Chappell & Co. Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Take me back to my boots and saddle.
First Line: Take em back to my boots and saddle
Chorus:
Music by: Samuels, Walter G., Leonard Whitcup, and Teddy Powell.
Words by: Samuels, Walter G., Leonard Whitcup, and Teddy Powell.
P/P/D: New York : Schuster & Miller, Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Tiny little fingerprints.
First Line: Sweetest little feller, see him there he stands
Chorus: Tiny little fingerprints all around the house
Music by: Stept, Sam H.
Words by: Tobias, Charlie, and Charles Newman.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Toreador song (Chanson du toreador from Carmen).
First Line: Toreador, lover and conqueror you are a hero toreador
Chorus:
Music by: Bizet, and Jerry Castillo.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1933-1939

Title: Wedding March (Midsummer night's dream).
First Line:
Chorus: Let's play our wedding march and pray to never part
Music by: Mendelssohn, F.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: What's the reason (I'm not pleasin' you).
First Line: Ev'rything I do, I do for no one else but you
Chorus: Why don't we get along
Music by: Tomlin, "Pinky," and Earl Hatch.
Words by: Poe, Coy, and Jimmie Grier.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Where am I? (Am I in Heaven?).
First Line: I was a dreamer
Chorus: Where am I? am I in Heaven?
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: Why stars come out at night.
First Line: When I set eyes upon you I was set afire
Chorus: Do you know why stars come out at night?
Music by: Noble, Ray.
Words by: Noble, Ray.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: The words are in my heart.
First Line: Twilight comes swinging out of the skies
Chorus: In my song of love the moon above makes music
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New york : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

Title: You let me down.
First Line: When the moon is all aglow
Chorus: You told me that I was like an angel
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1935.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1930-1935

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Title: Christopher Columbus.
First Line: Mister Christopher Columbus, sailed the sea without a compass
Chorus:
Music by: Berry, Leon.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Cross patch.
First Line: You have heard about the little girl who had a little curl on her forehead
Chorus: Cross patch how can anyone be so cross
Music by: Lawnhurst, Vee.
Words by: Seymour, Tot.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Darling, not without you.
First Line: Traveling has always tired me, when I wandered far from home
Chorus: I'd like to get away from ev'ry city street
Music by: Silver, Abner, Al Sherman, and Edward Heyman.
Words by: Silver, Abner, Al Sherman, and Edward Heyman.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Did I remember.
First Line: The night was filled with sweet surrender
Chorus: Did I remember to tell you I adore you
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Every minute of the hour (every hour of the day).
First Line: I have tried to put you in a song, that the world would sing and play
Chorus: If you ask how much I love you this is all that I can say
Music by: Kenny, Nick, and Charles F. Kenny.
Words by: Kenny, Nick, and Charles F. Kenny.
P/P/D: New York : Schuster & Miller Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Goody goody.
First Line: You told me that there wasn't a lesson in lovin' that you hadn't learned
Chorus: So you met someone who set you back on your heels Goody goody!
Music by: Mercer, Johnny, and Matt Malneck.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny, and Matt Malneck.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I can't escape from you.
First Line: I'm not the type that I seem to be
Chorus: I'm free as a wandering breeze
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Richard A. Whiting.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Richard A. Whiting.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corp., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I'll sing you a thousand love songs.
First Line: Sweet music is the poetry of romance
Chorus: I'll sing you a thousand love songs and still they'll seem so few
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I'm called little buttercup.
First Line: I'm called little buttercup, dear little buttercup
Chorus:
Music by: Sullivan, Arthur.
Words by: Gilbert, W. S.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I've got you under my skin.
First Line:
Chorus: I've got you under my skin
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: It's a sin to tell a lie.
First Line: You know it's a sin to tell a lie
Chorus: Be sure it's true when you say "I love you"
Music by: Mayhew, Billy.
Words by: Mayhew, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Donalsdon, Douglas & Gumble Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Little old lady.
First Line: Back in eighteen eighty six, when Pres'dent Cleveland kissed you
Chorus: Little old lady passing by, catching ev'ry ones eye
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Stanley Adams.
Words by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Stanley Adams.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Lost.
First Line: It pays to advertise
Chorus: Lost a heart as good as new
Music by: Ohman, Phil, Johnny Mercer, and Macy O. Teetor.
Words by: Ohman, Phil, Johnny Mercer, and Macy O. Teetor.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The maiden's prayer (La priere d'une vierge).
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Badarzewska, and Moissaye Boguslawski.
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Moderne Publications, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The Martins and the Coys.
First Line: Gather 'round me children and I'll tell a story
Chorus: Oh the Martins and the Coys, they were reckless mountain boys
Music by: Weems, Ted, and Al Cameron.
Words by: Weems, Ted, and Al Cameron.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Melancholy mood.
First Line: When the sombre shadows of night grow dim
Chorus: Melancholy mood forever haunts me
Music by: Schumann, Walt.
Words by: Knight, Vick.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Moon rose.
First Line: Each time I meet you face to face, it's always after dark
Chorus: You're a flower of the night, beaming like a star, you're a moon rose
Music by: Rose, Fred, and Fred Fisher.
Words by: Rose, Fred, and Fred Fisher.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Davis, Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Moonlight and shadows.
First Line: Low golden moon, blue tropic skies, night winds that sound like lovers sighs
Chorus: Moonlight and shadows and you in my arms
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Frederick Hollander.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Frederick Hollander.
P/P/D: New York : Popular Melodies Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: No regrets.
First Line: Needless to say I'm sorry, you've made up your mind to go
Chorus: No regrets altho' our love affair has gone astray
Music by: Ingraham, Roy.
Words by: Tobias, Harry.
P/P/D: San Francisco : Sherman, Clay & Co., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: On the beach at Bali-Bali.
First Line: Would you like to know just where I met my honey?
Chorus: It happened on the beach at Bali-Bali
Music by: Sherman, Al, Jack Meskill, and Abner Silver.
Words by: Sherman, Al, Jack Meskill, and Abner Silver.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The one rose (that's left in my heart).
First Line: One rose lives in my heart, you alone
Chorus: You're as sweet as the red rose in June
Music by: Lyon, Del, and Lani McIntire.
Words by: Lyon, Del, and Lani McIntire.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: One, two, button your shoe.
First Line: I've found a use for Moother Goose that well deserves my praise
Chorus: One, two, button your shoe, put on your coat and hat
Music by: Johnston, Arthur.
Words by: Burke, John.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publications Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Organ grinder's swing.
First Line: Who's that coming down the street?
Chorus:
Music by: Hudson, Will.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell, and Irving Mills.
P/P/D: New York : Exclusive Publications, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Pennies from Heaven.
First Line: A long time ago a million year B.C.
Chorus: For ev'ry time it rains, it rains pennies from heaven
Music by: Johnston, Arthur.
Words by: Burke, John.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publications Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: So do I.
First Line: On a lonely road or sidewalk
Chorus: The breeze runs after you when you're passing by
Music by: Johnston, Arthur.
Words by: Burke, John.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publication Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: A star fell out of heaven.
First Line: There was I, all alone, gazing at a friendless sky
Chorus: A star fell out of heaven right into my arms
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Stompin' at the Savoy.
First Line: Savoy the home of sweet romance
Chorus:
Music by: Goodman, Benny, Chick Webb, and Edgar Sampson.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Take my heart.
First Line: Why think that I'm afraid of you
Chorus: Take my heart see if I care what you do with it
Music by: Ahlert, Fred E.
Words by: Young, Joe.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Tormented.
First Line:
Chorus: Why must I be tormented?
Music by: Hudson, Will.
Words by: Hudson, Will.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Wah-hoo!
First Line: Way out west where men are men and women are very sweet
Chorus: Oh! Gimme a horse a great big horse
Music by: Friend, Cliff.
Words by: Friend, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The way you look tonight.
First Line: Some day when I'm awf'ly low
Chorus:
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Fields, Dorothy.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: When did you leave Heaven?
First Line: I used to dream about angels
Chorus: When did you leave heaven?
Music by: Whiting, Richard A.
Words by: Bullock, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: When I'm with you.
First Line: You came along and you looked at me so sweetly
Chorus: Ev'ry street I walk on becomes a lover's lane
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: When my dream boat comes home.
First Line: Dreams call to me over a rose tinted sea
Chorus: When my dream boat comes home
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Dave Franklin.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Dave Franklin.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Where are you?
First Line: Loving you was all that really mattered
Chorus: Where are you? Where have you gone without me?
Music by: Mc Hugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Who loves you?
First Line: I'm happy when you're by my side
Chorus: Who loves you?
Music by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
P/P/D: New York City : Joe Morris Music Co., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Will you remember (sweetheart).
First Line: Ah, love is so sweet in the spring time
Chorus:
Music by: Romberg, Sigmund.
Words by: Young, Rida Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : G. Schirmer, Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: With plenty of money and you (oh! baby what I couldn't do).
First Line: I have never envied folks with money
Chorus: Oh baby what I couldn't do with plenty of money and you
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You.
First Line: You're the inspiration of my fondest dreams
Chorus: You Gee! but you're wonderful
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You can't pull the wool over my eyes.
First Line: I know what I know, I saw what I saw
Chorus: You can't pull the wool over my eyes
Music by: Ager, Milton, Charles Newman, and Murray Mencher.
Words by: Ager, Milton, Charles Newman, and Murray Mencher.
P/P/D: New York City : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You started me dreaming.
First Line: You came along when I needed you so
Chorus: You started me dreaming
Music by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and J. Fred Coots.
P/P/D: New York City : Marlo Music Corp., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You turned the tables on me.
First Line: I used to be the apple of your eye
Chorus: You turned the tables on me
Music by: Alter, Louis.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D.
P/P/D: New York and Cleveland : Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You're not the kind.
First Line: You say you're falling in love with me
Chorus: For you're not the kind of boy for a girl like me
Music by: Hudson, Will, and Irving Mills.
Words by: Hudson, Will, and Irving Mills.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music, Inc., c1936.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

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Title: Always and always.
First Line: This world is full of lovely things to see and do
Chorus: Always and always I'll go on adoring the glory and wonder of you
Music by: Ward, Edward.
Words by: Wright, Bob, and Chet Forrest.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Bei mir bist du schön (means that you're grand).
First Line: Of all the girls I've known, and I've known some
Chorus: "Bei mir bist du shön," please let me explain
Music by: Secunda, Shalom.
Words by: Jacobs, Jacob.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Blue Hawaii [Incomplete].
First Line: Perfume in the air and rare flowers ev'rywhere
Chorus: Night and you and blue Hawaii
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Boo-Hoo.
First Line: Oh! you meanie minie mo
Chorus: Boo-hoo You've got me crying for you
Music by: Heyman, Edward, Carmen Lombardo, and John Jacob Loeb.
Words by: Heyman, Edward, Carmen Lombardo, and John Jacob Loeb.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: La cumparsita.
First Line: Cumparsita behind that mask you're so misterious
Chorus:
Music by: Rodrieyez, Matos.
Words by: Castillo, Jerry.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Ebb tide.
First Line: South sea isle, a palm tree isle and cool trade winds humming a song
Chorus: You were in Tahua with me
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Two versions of this title are held. Unpublished parts for version #2 were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Gone with the wind.
First Line: It was only yesterday, I thought love had come to stay
Chorus: Gone with the wind, just like a leaf that has blown away
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I can dream, can't I?
First Line: As we eye the blue horizon's bend, Earth and sky appear to meet and end
Chorus: I can see, no matter how near you'll be, you'll never belong to me
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Kahal, Irving.
P/P/D: New York City : Marlo Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I know now.
First Line: It's not a sign of meekness to say you're wrong, when you discover your mistake
Chorus: I know now, you're the only one, I know now, I'm the only one
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: If it's the last thing I do.
First Line: If I promised you the sun, you'd say "easier said than done!"
Chorus: If it's the last thing I do, I'll make you mine
Music by: Cahn, Sammy, and Saul Chaplin.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy, and Saul Chaplin.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: It looks like rain in cherry blossom lane.
First Line: Buds wil soon be flowers, birds will sing of spring, now's the time when love should bloom for me
Chorus: It looks like rain in cherry blossom lane
Music by: Leslie, Edgar, and Joe Burke.
Words by: Leslie, Edgar, and Joe Burke.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I've got my love to keep me warm.
First Line:
Chorus: The snow is snowing, the wind is blowing, but I can weather to storm
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Lambeth walk.
First Line: Lambeth you've never seen, the skies ain't blue, the grass ain't green;
Chorus: Any time you're lambeth way, any evening, any day, you'll find us all doin' the lambeth walk.
Music by: Gay, Noel, Douglas Furber, and Arthur Rose.
Words by: Gay, Noel, Douglas Furber, and Arthur Rose.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Little fraternity pin.
First Line: The chapel bell was ringing, he was so close to me
Chorus: Little fraternity pin, what can I say about him
Music by: Ringwald, Roy.
Words by: Gibbons, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Words and Music Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Loch Lomond.
First Line: Oh! ye'll tak' the high road an' I'll tak' the low road, an' I'll be in Scotland afore ye
Chorus: Oh! ye'll tak' the high road an' I'll tak' the low road, an' I'll be in Scotland afore ye
Music by: Thornhill, Claude.
Words by: Thornhill, Claude.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Me myself and I (are all in love with you).
First Line: I just left a convention, a most important convention
Chorus: Me, myself, and I, are all in love with you
Music by: Gordon, Irving, Allan Roberts, and Alvin S. Kaufman.
Words by: Gordon, Irving, Allan Roberts, and Alvin S. Kaufman.
P/P/D: New York : Words and Music Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The moon of manakoora.
First Line: Here we stand once more upon the sand, on Manakoora
Chorus: The moon of Manakoora filled the night, with magic Polynesian charms
Music by: Newman, Alfred.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Kalmar and Ruby Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: My little buckaroo.
First Line: Close your sleepy eyes, my little buckaroo
Chorus: Don't you hmm, hmm, soon your gonna ride the range like grown up cowboys do
Music by: Jerome, M.K.
Words by: Scholl, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Never in a million years.
First Line: When I embrace you I hold the world in my caress
Chorus: Never in a million years could there be another you
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: On a little dream ranch.
First Line: Sitting in the shadows by my fire
Chorus: On a little dream ranch with you
Music by: Hill, Billy.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Once in a while.
First Line: Goodbye means our affair is ended
Chorus: Once in a while will you try to give one little thought to me
Music by: Edwards, Michael.
Words by: Green, Bud.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Our penthouse on third avenue.
First Line: Some folks seek a retreat in the mountains to escape the heat of the town
Chorus: Our penthouse on third avenue
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Brown, Lew.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Rosalie.
First Line: When knighthood was in flow'r and a man wooed a maid
Chorus: Rosalie, my darling, Rosalie, my dream
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Chappel & Co. Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Sail along, silv'ry moon.
First Line: How I wish I were you, mister moon in the sky
Chorus: Sail along, silv'ry moon, trail along lovers' lane, sail along, silv'ry moon, to my love again
Music by: Wenrich, Percy.
Words by: Tobias, Harry.
P/P/D: New York City : Select Music Publications Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: A sailboat in the moonlight.
First Line: I don't long for a million, things I'd never miss
Chorus: A sailboat in the moonlight, and you
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Jacob Loeb.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Jacob Loeb.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: September in the rain.
First Line: My day dreams lie buried in autumn leaves
Chorus: The leaves of brown came tumbling down, remember?
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: So many memories.
First Line: We loved, you and I, for a long, long time
Chorus: So many memories sometimes I think I'll cry
Music by: Woods, Harry.
Words by: Woods, Harry.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

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
Music by: Powell, Teddy, and Ira Schuster.
Words by: Symes, Marty.
P/P/D: New York : Schuster and Miller Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Swing high-swing low.
First Line:
Chorus: Swing high, swing low, swing to and fro
Music by: Lane, Burton.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: That old feeling.
First Line: Last night I started out happy, last night my heart was so gay
Chorus: I saw you last night and got that old feeling
Music by: Brown, Lew, and Sammy Fain.
Words by: Brown, Lew, and Sammy Fain.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: There's a gold mine in the sky.
First Line: There's a gold mine in the sky far away, we will find it, you and I, some sweet day.
Chorus:
Music by: Kenny, Charles, and Nick Kenny.
Words by: Kenny, Charles, and Nick Kenny.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: There's a lull in my life.
First Line: The stars are still on high, but they don't twinkle anymore
Chorus: Oh there's a lull in my life
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: There's a new moon over the old mill.
First Line: Day is done and night is falling, whippoorwills are sweetly calling me
Chorus: There's a new moon over the old mill
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: They can't take that away from me.
First Line: Our romance won't end on a sorrowful note, though by tomorrow you're gone
Chorus: The way you wear your hat, the way you sip your tea
Music by: Gershwin, George.
Words by: Gershwin, Ira.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: True confession.
First Line: I thought that I would write a story for fame and glory
Chorus: I have a true confession to make to you alone
Music by: Coslow, Sam, and Frederick Hollander.
Words by: Coslow, Sam, and Frederick Hollander.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corp., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Vieni, vieni
First Line: Here I am in the moonlight while the stars kiss the dew
Chorus: Vieni, vieni, vieni, vieni, vieni tu sie bella, bella, bella, bella, bella waiting for you
Music by: Scotto, Vincent.
Words by: Kroger, Geo., H. Varna and Rudy Vallee.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Was it rain?
First Line: Whenever I hear thunder it echoes in my heart, and so I keep wondering how long we'll be apart
Chorus: Skies were gray that rainy day we parted in the lane
Music by: Handman, Lou.
Words by: Hirsch, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Bros.--Joy, Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: When the organ played o' promise me.
First Line: When I hear an organ in the twilight glow it brings back sweet mem'ries of the long ago
Chorus: I can see you and I as we were in days gone by when the organ played o' promise me
Music by: Sherman, Al, Abner Silver, and Jack Meskill.
Words by: Sherman, Al, Abner Silver, and Jack Meskill.
P/P/D: New York : Joe Morris Music Co., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The you and me that used to be.
First Line: Our love was something more than just a light love
Chorus: We walked together in April rains; the city streets were country lanes
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Bullock, Walter.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You're a sweetheart.
First Line: Words of praise in a well turned phrase never seem to spring from my heart
Chorus: You're a sweetheart if there ever was one
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1937.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

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Title: All ashore.
First Line: Stand by, sweetheart anchors aweigh, sweetheart
Chorus: All ashore we're sailing to an island of dreams somewhere
Music by: Hill, Billy.
Words by: Hill, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Behind those swinging doors (the doors swing in-the doors swing out).
First Line: 'Twas saturday night in an old mining town, Jake's bar room was merry and gay
Chorus: Oh the doors swing in the doors swing out
Music by: Allan, Fleming.
Words by: Allan, Fleming.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : American Music, Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Don't wait 'till the night before Christmas.
First Line: All year long in the mountain lives an old man, they say.
Chorus: If you want toys like other little boys in your neighborhood
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Lewis, Sam M.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: F. D. R. Jones.
First Line: I hear tell there's a stranger in the Jones house
Chorus: It's a big holiday ev'rywhere, for the Jones family has a brand new heir
Music by: Rome, Harold J.
Words by: Rome, Harold J.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: A gypsy told me.
First Line: Why have I spent a thousand nights alone?
Chorus: A gypsy told me that I'd be lucky, in my love
Music by: Pokrass, Sam.
Words by: Yellen, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Harbor lights.
First Line: One evening long ago, a big ship was leaving
Chorus: I saw the harbour lights they only told me we were parting
Music by: Kennedy, Jimmy, and Hugh Williams.
Words by: Kennedy, Jimmy, and Hugh Williams.
P/P/D: New York : Marlo Music Corp., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Have you forgotten so soon.
First Line: I find it difficult to think that once you cared for me at all
Chorus: Have you forgotten so soon
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Heyman, Edward, and Sam Coslow.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Heart and soul.
First Line: I've let a pair of arms enslave me
Chorus: Heart and soul I fell in love with you
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Three versions of this title are held. Unpublished parts for version #1 were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Heigh-Ho.
First Line: We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig dig in our mine the whole day thru
Chorus: "Heigh-ho," "heigh-ho," to make your troubles go, just keep on singing all day long
Music by: Churchill, Frank.
Words by: Morey, Larry.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: How'dja like to love me.
First Line: You're just a quick romancer you're just a fly-by-night
Chorus: How'dja like to love me?
Music by: Lane, Burton.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York City : Famous Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I let a song go out of my heart.
First Line: Ev'ryone has a favorite song, my heart has one two
Chorus: I let a song go out of my heart
Music by: Ellington, Duke.
Words by: Mills, Irving, Henry Nemo, and John Redmond.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I love to whistle.
First Line: It's easy to be gay if you but try and here's a simple way just do the same as I
Chorus: I love to whistle 'cause it makes me merry
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I must see Annie tonight.
First Line: Am I going to the op'ra? Am I going to a show? Am I going to a concert? No! No! No!
Chorus: I must see Annie tonight
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Dave Franklin.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Dave Franklin.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco and Conn Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: In my little red book.
First Line: I'm not so much on reading the books that improve one's mind
Chorus: In my little red book, I see somehow all the {girls, boys} that I knew
Music by: Stillman, Al, Ray Bloch, and Nat Simon.
Words by: Stillman, Al, Ray Bloch, and Nat Simon.
P/P/D: New York : Eward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I'll be seeing you.
First Line: Cathedral bells were tolling and our hearts sang on
Chorus: I'll be seeing you in all the old familiar places
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Kahal, Irving.
P/P/D: New York City : Williamson Music, Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: I've got a date with a dream.
First Line: I wish the clock would tick faster
Chorus: I've got a date with a dream
Music by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
Words by: Gordon, Mack, and Harry Revel.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: I've got a pocketful of dreams.
First Line: Happiness comes with success, and that I guess is true
Chorus: I'm no millionaire, but I'm not the type to care, 'cause I've got a pocketul of dreams
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Burke, John.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Little lady make-believe.
First Line: Goodness gracious, who's this little lady, standing right before my eyes?
Chorus: Dressed up in a gown that trails on the floor
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Tobias, Charlie.
P/P/D: New York City : Olman Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Loch Lomond (by yon bonnie banks).
First Line: By yon bonnie banks, and by yon bonnie braes, where the sun shines bright on Loch Lomon'
Chorus: Oh! ye'll tak' the high road and I'll tak' the low road, and I'll be in Scotland afore ye
Music by:
Words by:
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Love, I'd give my life for you.
First Line: The things we do for each other are the things that count today.
Chorus: Love, I would give my life for you
Music by: Oppenheim, Dave, Jack Palmer, and Al Jacobs.
Words by: Oppenheim, Dave, Jack Palmer, and Al Jacobs.
P/P/D: New York : Stansny Music Corp., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Lovelight in the starlight.
First Line: Silver stars are glowing in the jungle night
Chorus: Why is the sky an ocean of blue?
Music by: Hollander, Frederick.
Words by: Freed, Ralph.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The masquerade is over.
First Line: My blue horizon is turning grey, and my dreams are drifting away
Chorus: Your eyes don't shine like they used to shine, and the thrill is gone when your lips meet mine
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: My own.
First Line: Thru the years constantly I've had one ideal
Chorus: My own let me call you my own
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: The old apple tree.
First Line: Oh! the old apple tree in the orchard, lives in my memory
Chorus: Say "goodbye," say "goodbye," say "goodbye," to the old apple tree
Music by: Jerome, M.K.
Words by: Scholl, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: On the sentimental side.
First Line: You would never call me weak, I'm no meek little soul
Chorus: If you wonder why I'm near you even though I've been denied
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Burke, John.
P/P/D: New York : Select Music Publications Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Only a broad along Broadway.
First Line: I knew 'twould be easy to date her, for she seemed kind of lonesome and blue
Chorus: For I'm only a broad along broadway, just a girlie who's out on the stem
Music by: Hull, Russ, Catherine O'Neill, and Harry A. Dawson.
Words by: Hull, Russ, Catherine O'Neill, and Harry A. Dawson.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Please be kind.
First Line: Somehow the thrill I feel is new, I must confess
Chorus: This is my first affair, so, please be kind
Music by: Cahn, Sammy, and Saul Chaplin.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy, and Saul Chaplin.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Please come out of your dream.
First Line: You're standing so near me, and yet you seem a million miles away
Chorus: Please come out of your dream
Music by: Sigman, Carl.
Words by: Sigman, Carl.
P/P/D: New York : Words and Music Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Semper paratus (always ready).
First Line: From Aztec shore to Arctic zone, to Europe and Far East
Chorus: So here's the coast guard marching song, we sing on land or sea
Music by: Van Boskerck, Francis Saltus.
Words by: Van Boskerck, Francis Saltus.
P/P/D: Cleveland, OH : Sam Fox Publishing Co., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Simple and sweet.
First Line: When I think of words for all the charms that you possess
Chorus: You're like the rose that blushes in tender repose
Music by: Baer, Abel.
Words by: Green, Bud.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music, Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Sissy.
First Line: What's with you? You miss ev'ry cue in the love scenes that I arrange
Chorus: Pretty as a dream, it's a shame to make those heavenly lips resist
Music by: Panico, Louis, and Jack Fascinato.
Words by: Kahal, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Small fry.
First Line: Here comes that good for nothin' brat of a boy
Chorus: Small fry, struttin' by the pool room
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Spring is here.
First Line: Once there was a thing called spring, when the world was writing verses like yours and mine
Chorus: Spring is here!
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hart, Lorenz.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Summer souvenirs.
First Line: An autumn breeze rings down the curtain on summer settings that we knew
Chorus: Harvest moon above is shining bright
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: There's honey on the moon tonight.
First Line: There's a breeze in the trees and with ease I can tell at a glance it's a hint to begin to get into the mood
Chorus: There's honey on the moon tonight
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven, and Mack Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: This time it's real.
First Line: I was a fool, knew nothing where love was concerned
Chorus: I know it, I know it, this time it's real it's thrilling, so thrilling, the way I feel
Music by: Shivers, Walter, Buddy Bernier, and Bob Emmerich.
Words by: Shivers, Walter, Buddy Bernier, and Bob Emmerich.
P/P/D: New York : Spier Music Company, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Ti-pi-tin.
First Line: One night the moon was so mellow Rosiata met young Manuelo
Chorus:
Music by: Grever, Maria.
Words by: Leveen, Raymond.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: A tisket a tasket.
First Line: Please listen it's awful bad please listen I'm awful sad
Chorus: A tisket a tasket, a green and yellow basket
Music by: Fitzgerald, Ella, and Al Feldman.
Words by: Fitzgerald, Ella, and Al Feldman.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The toy trumpet.
First Line: Have you heard, have you heard, there's a new tooter in with the tin pan parade
Chorus:
Music by: Scott, Raymond.
Words by: Mitchell, Sidney D., and Lew Pollack.
P/P/D: New York : Circle Music Publications Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: The umbrella man.
First Line: Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Umbrellas!
Chorus: Toodle luma luma, toodle luma luma, toodle I-A any umbrellas any umbrellas to fix today?
Music by: Cavanaugh, James, Vincent Rose, and Larry Stock.
Words by: Cavanaugh, James, Vincent Rose, and Larry Stock.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: What goes on here in my heart.
First Line: Something must be wrong with me, but if I got some sympathy from you right away I'd soon feel okay
Chorus: What goes on here in my heart?
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: When Mother Nature sings her lullaby.
First Line: Sweetheart, let us wander upward to the hill, where the sun is setting
Chorus: The stars come out lighting a deep blue sky, when mother nature sings her lullaby
Music by: Yoell, Larry, and Glenn Brown.
Words by: Yoell, Larry, and Glenn Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Where has my little dog gone?
First Line: Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone?
Chorus:
Music by: Feldman, Al.
Words by: Feldman, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Who blew out the flame?
First Line: We were so happy together back in the beautiful past
Chorus: Why, why did we part, what has happened to the love in your heart?
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: You must have been a beautiful baby.
First Line: Does your mother realize, the stork delivered quite a prize, the day he left you on the family tree
Chorus: You must have been a beautiful baby, you must have been a wonderful child
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You're a sweet little headache.
First Line: At the start in my heart you kindled no fire
Chorus: You're a sweet little headache
Music by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
Words by: Robin, Leo, and Ralph Rainger.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1938.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

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Title: All aboard for Santa Claus.
First Line: There's a town called Santa Claus not far away; that's where Santy keeps his reindeer and his sleigh
Chorus: All the girls and boys are happy, in the land where Santy dwells, all aboard for Santa Claus, the land of jingle bells
Music by: Gaskill, Clarence.
Words by: Gaskill, Clarence.
P/P/D: New York : Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: And the angels sing.
First Line:
Chorus: We meet, and the angels sing
Music by: Elman, Ziggie.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco and Conn Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Blue evening.
First Line: I get the blues at night time
Chorus: Blue evening after a lonely day
Music by: Bishop, Joe.
Words by: Jenkins, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Blue orchids.
First Line: It's been often said that rich he'll be, who dream of something blue
Chorus: I dreamed of two blue orchids
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Blue rain.
First Line: Clouds cover up my horizon with blankets as dark as night
Chorus: Blue rain falling down my window pane
Music by: Van Heusen, Jimmy.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Boop boop dit-tem dat-tem what-em choo! Three little fishies (itty bitty poo).
First Line: Down in de medy in a itty bitty poo
Chorus: Boop boop dit-tem dat-tem what-tem chu!
Music by: Dowell, Saxie.
Words by: Dowell, Saxie.
P/P/D: New York City : Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Chopsticks.
First Line: When you're sitting in the parlor and you haven't kissed her yet
Chorus: Chopsticks oh! chopsticks
Music by: Lawrence, Jack, and Elliot Daniels.
Words by: Lawrence, Jack, and Elliot Daniels.
P/P/D: New York : Skidmore Music Co. Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Confucius say.
First Line: Velly many years ago a wise man say
Chorus: Confucius say a boy a girl a moon make wedding bells ring out in month of June
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Carmen Lombardo.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Carmen Lombardo.
P/P/D: New York : Olman Music Corporation, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Deep purple.
First Line: The sun is sinking low behind the hill
Chorus: When the deep purple falls over sleepy garden walls
Music by: DeRose, Peter.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: God bless America.
First Line: While the storm clouds gather far across the sea, let us swear allegiance to a land that's free
Chorus: God bless America, land that I love
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Gotta get some shut-eye.
First Line: You folks want to go out to the movies
Chorus: Gotta get some shut-eye
Music by: Donaldson, Walter.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Guess I'll go back home (this summer).
First Line: Saw a billboard yesterday
Chorus: Guess I'll go back this summer
Music by: Robison, Willard, and Ray Mayer.
Words by: Robison, Willard, and Ray Mayer.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: In an old Dutch garden (by an old Dutch mill).
First Line: It was not so many, many moons ago, in a quaint little village by the sea
Chorus: In an old Dutch garden by an old Dutch mill
Music by: Grosz, Will.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Indian summer.
First Line:
Chorus: Summer, you old indian summer
Music by: Herbert, Victor.
Words by: Dubin, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Jeanie with the light brown hair.
First Line: I dream oh Jeannie with the light brown hair
Chorus:
Music by: Foster, Stephen C.
Words by: Foster, Stephen C.
P/P/D: Chicago, Ill. : Calumet Music Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Little sir echo.
First Line: Sometimes, I hear your voice so very distinctly
Chorus: Little sir echo how do you do hello (hello) hello (hello)
Music by: Girard, Adele, and Joe Marsala.
Words by: Girard, Adele, and Joe Marsala.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Moon love.
First Line: Here in your arms the world is mine tonight
Chorus: Will this be moon love
Music by: David, Mack, Mack Davis, and Andre Kostelanetz.
Words by: David, Mack, Mack Davis, and Andre Kostelanetz.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Moonlight serenade.
First Line:
Chorus: I stand at your gate and the song that I sing is of moonlight
Music by: Miller, Glenn.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: My last goodbye.
First Line: Night-time is falling, another day gone
Chorus: I smiled, so did you
Music by: Howard, Eddy.
Words by: Howard, Eddy.
P/P/D: New York City : Irving Berlin Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: No tax on the moonlight.
First Line: Good ol' moonlight with me makes a hit
Chorus: No tax on moonlight
Music by: Harbridge, Al. J., and Timothy F. Murphy.
Words by: Harbridge, Al. J., and Timothy F. Murphy.
P/P/D: New York : Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Over the rainbow.
First Line: When all the world is a hopeless jumble and the raindrops tumble all around
Chorus: Somewhere over the rainbow way up high
Music by: Arlen, Harold.
Words by: Harbug, E. Y.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: Sing a song of sunbeams.
First Line: Some search for solace in a sad and somber song
Chorus: Sing a song of sunbeams, let the notes fall where they may
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Santly Joy Select Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: South of the border (down Mexico way).
First Line:
Chorus: South of the border down Mexico way
Music by: Kennedy, Jimmy, and Michael Carr.
Words by: Kennedy, Jimmy, and Michael Carr.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Sunrise serenade.
First Line:
Chorus: Good mornin', good mornin', you sleepy head
Music by: Carle, Frankie.
Words by: Lawrence, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Jewel Music Publishing Co., Inc, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: Tales from the Vienna Woods.
First Line: The spring with all its joy supreme to me is like a wondrous dream
Chorus:
Music by: Strauss, Johann, and John Bach.
Words by: Lee, Marvin.
P/P/D: Chicago : Calumet Music Co., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: This is no dream.
First Line: Blue skies are smiling above
Chorus: This is no dream, that's what my heart keeps saying
Music by: Davis, Benny, Tommy Dorsey, and Ted Shapiro.
Words by: Davis, Benny, Tommy Dorsey, and Ted Shapiro.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco, and Conn Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

Title: You and your love.
First Line:
Chorus: You and your love are the only things that I am conscious of
Music by: Green, Johnny.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939
Note: Unpublished parts for this song were arranged by C. Weir Kirk.

Title: You taught me to love again.
First Line: I was oh so desperately in love I thought
Chorus: Said I was thru with love and romance
Music by: Dorsey, Tommy, and Henri Woode.
Words by: Carpenter, Charles.
P/P/D: New york City : Larry Spier Inc., c1939.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1936-1939

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Title: All the things you are.
First Line: Time and again I longed for adventure
Chorus: You are the promised kiss of springtime
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York City: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: A castle of moonbeams.
First Line: We built a castle of moonbeams and called it paradise
Chorus: All alone I'm dreaming of a castle built of moonbeams
Music by: Pattison, C. A.
Words by: Pattison, C. A.
P/P/D: Easton, PA., U. S. A.: Eddie Alkire Publications, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Daisies won't tell.
First Line: There's a sweet old story you have heard before
Chorus: Daisies won't tell, dear, come kiss me do
Music by: Owen, Anita.
Words by: Owen, Anita.
P/P/D: Chicago, Ill.: Calumet Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: He's my uncle.
First Line: Who's the grand old guy with that hat so high?
Chorus: He's my uncle, I'm his nephew
Music by: Pollack, Lew.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: High on a windy hill.
First Line: On the hill, moonlight gleams here I stand lost in dreams
Chorus: High on a windy hill I feel my heart stand still
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: How high the moon.
First Line: Until I fell in love my life was very easy
Chorus: Somewhere there's music, how faint the tune
Music by: Lewis, Morgan.
Words by: Hamilton, Nancy.
P/P/D: New York City: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Johnson rag.
First Line: Johnson Flood Mississippi mud black bottom I got'em
Chorus: Hep hep there goes Johnson rag
Music by: Hall, Guy, and Henry Keinkauf.
Words by: Lawrence, Jack.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: A little in love.
First Line: We kept fingers crossed, packed our hearts in frost
Chorus: We always thought we were only fooling
Music by: Peluso, Joseph L.
Words by: O' Neill, Charles.
P/P/D: New York: Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: A love story.
First Line: Like the dream, you dream tonight, that fades from sight when darkness disappears
Chorus:
Music by: Provost, Heinz.
Words by: Henning, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The man I love.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Gershwin, George, and Ira Gershwin.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York: New World Music Corporation, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Meet the sun half-way.
First Line: Hey! sleepyhead, don't you know what you're missing?
Chorus: Stop hiding behind a pillow whenever the dawn look gray
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The Memphis blues.
First Line: Folks I've just been down, down to Memphis town
Chorus: They got a fiddler there that always slickens his hair
Music by: Handy, W. C.
Words by: Norton, George A.
P/P/D: New York: Handy Brothers Music Co., Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My love.
First Line: Scribes of old have often told of loves of olden times
Chorus: My love is a glorious true love
Music by: Sharbutt, Del, Richard Uhl, and Frank Stanton.
Words by: Sharbutt, Del, Richard Uhl, and Frank Stanton.
P/P/D: New York City: Nationwide Songs, Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Playmates.
First Line: There's a catchy little tune a floatin' through the air
Chorus: Playmate come out and play with me
Music by: Dowell, Saxie.
Words by: Dowell, Saxie.
P/P/D: New York: Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Santa Lucia.
First Line: Now 'neath the silver moon ocean is glowing
Chorus: Hark how the sailor's cry
Music by: Rack, R. R. Arr.
Words by:
P/P/D: Philadelphia, PA: Morris Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Too late.
First Line: Farthest fields look greener
Chorus: Too late I realize I love you
Music by: Daykin, Dell Adams.
Words by: Daykin, Dell Adams.
P/P/D: New York: Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: We're all Americans now.
First Line: There's something in the air, you feel it ev'rywhere
Chorus: Let the world know how we stand we're all Americans now
Music by: Summers, Carl.
Words by: Zirkel, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Summers Music Co., c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The woodpecker song.
First Line: He's up each morning bright and early
Chorus:
Music by: Di Lazzaro, Eldo.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

____________________ 1941____________________

Title: The All-American soldier[:] Official march of the 82nd Airborne Division.
First Line: We're all American and proud to be
Chorus: Put on your boots, your parachutes
Music by: Koff, Charles, and Tom Jones.
Words by: Sigman, Carl.
P/P/D: New York: Associated Music Publishers, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Any bonds today?.
First Line: The tall man with the high hat and the whiskers on his chin will soon be knocking at your door and you ought to be in
Chorus: Any bonds today? Bonds of freedom that's I'm selling
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: Cleveland : Marshall Drug Co. (Licensee); Henry Morgenthau (Copyright Owner), c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The band played on.
First Line: Matt Casey formed a social club that beat the town for style
Chorus: Casey would waltz with a strawberry blond, and the band played on
Music by: Ward, Charles B.
Words by: Palmer, John F.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1940.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Bewitched.
First Line: He's a fool and don't I know it
Chorus: I'm wild again, beguiled again
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hart, Lorenz.
P/P/D: New York: Chappell & Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Blue champagne.
First Line: Three A. M. no where else to go
Chorus: Blue champagne, purple shadows and blue champagne
Music by: Watts, Grady, and Frank Ryerson.
Words by: Watts, Grady, and Frank Ryerson.
P/P/D: New York: Encore Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Daddy.
First Line: Hey! listen to my story 'but a gal named Daisy Mae
Chorus: Hey Daddy! I want a di'mond ring, bracelets, ev'rything
Music by: Troup, Bob.
Words by: Troup, Bob.
P/P/D: New York: Republic Music Corp., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Did yuh hear me, huh?
First Line: You're so fussy things have to be just right
Chorus: Did yuh hear me, huh?
Music by: Rauch, Harry, and Frank Connors.
Words by: Rauch, Harry, and Frank Connors.
P/P/D: New York: Clef Music Company, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Do I worry?
First Line: Perhaps you wonder how I feel
Chorus: Do I worry cause you're steppin' out?
Music by: Cowan, Stanley, and Bobby Worth.
Words by: Cowan, Stanley, and Bobby Worth.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif.: Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Don't need the moon.
First Line: Maybe there's a moon out maybe the sky's all clouds
Chorus: Don't need the moon
Music by: Lillie, Karl C.
Words by: Lee, Jimmy.
P/P/D: New York: Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Elmer's tune.
First Line: Elmer decided that he would write a little melody
Chorus: Why are the stars always winkin' and blinkin' above
Music by: Albrecht, Elmer, Sammy Gallop, and Dick Jurgens.
Words by: Albrecht, Elmer, Sammy Gallop, and Dick Jurgens.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Friend O' Mine.
First Line: When you are happy, friend o' mine And all your skies are blue
Chorus:
Music by: Sanderson, Wilfrid.
Words by: Weatherly, Fred. E.
P/P/D: S.l. : Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Georgia on my mind.
First Line: Melodies bring memories that linger in my heart
Chorus: Georgia, Georgia, the whole day through
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Gorrell, Stuart.
P/P/D: New York: Southern Music Publishin Co., Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Gotta see a dream about a girl.
First Line: All good things must sometime end
Chorus: Lights out, day is done
Music by: Kaye, Billy, Sammy Kaye, and William Ortmann.
Words by: Kaye, Billy, Sammy Kaye, and William Ortmann.
P/P/D: New York and Chicago: Braun Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Here's to love.
First Line: It's a funny thing what love can do
Chorus: Here's to love may we meet again
Music by: Arenson, Minna.
Words by: Arenson, Minna.
P/P/D: New York: Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I don't want to set the world on fire.
First Line: I don't ever care to rise to power
Chorus: I don't want to set the world on fire
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjemen, and Eddie Durham.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjemen, and Eddie Durham.
P/P/D: New York City: Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Is there room up in heaven for an old rocking chair?
First Line: There's a little old lady, who rocks in her chair
Chorus: Is there room up in heaven for an old rocking chair
Music by: Mel, Lew.
Words by: Groenwoldt, Clairette, and Henry James.
P/P/D: New York: Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Jim.
First Line: Why am I sitting alone tonight
Chorus: Jim doesn't ever bring me pretty flowers
Music by: Petrillo, Caesar, and Edward Ross.
Words by: Shawn, Nelson.
P/P/D: New York: Kaycee Music Co., Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Moonlight cocktail.
First Line:
Chorus: Coupl'a jiggers of moonlight and add a star
Music by: Roberts, Lucky.
Words by: Gannon, Kim.
P/P/D: New York: Jewel Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My adobe hacienda.
First Line: Where is a home to compare with mine
Chorus: In my adobe hacienda there's a touch of Mexico
Music by: Massey, Louise, and Lee Penny.
Words by: Massey, Louise, and Lee Penny.
P/P/D: New York: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My sister and I.
First Line: The warm and lovely world we knew ahs been struck by a bitter frost
Chorus: My sister and I remember still a tulip garden by an old Dutch mill
Music by: Zaret, Hy, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Zaret, Hy, Joan Whintey, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Oh! Look at me now.
First Line: I never fell for simple things like love, June and old lace
Chorus: For I'm not the guy who cared about love
Music by: Bushkin, Joe.
Words by: DeVries, John.
P/P/D: New York: Embassy Music Corporation, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The rose.
First Line: The rose that blooms today tomorrow dies
Chorus:
Music by: Davis, Louis A.
Words by: Davis, Louis A.
P/P/D: Los Angeles, Calif.: Davis & Ostergard, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Sentimental serenade.
First Line:
Chorus: When the trumpet sighs a blue tone, and the drummer starts the parade
Music by: Berlau, Irving.
Words by: Ward, Hugh Jr.
P/P/D: New York City: Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The shrine of Saint Cecilia.
First Line: In shelter and by candle light, I'm writing to you
Chorus: Our home is a shambles all I've treasured has gone
Music by: Jokern.
Words by: Loveday, Carroll.
P/P/D: New York: Braun Music Co., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Tonight we love.
First Line:
Chorus: Tonight we love, while the moon beams down in dreamlight tonight
Music by: Austin, Ray, and Freddy Martin.
Words by: Austin, Ray, and Freddy Martin.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA: Maestro Music Company, c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: When my blue moon turns to gold again.
First Line: Memories that linger in my heart, memories that make my heart grow cold
Chorus: When my blue moon turns to gold again
Music by: Walker, Wiley, and Gene Sullivan.
Words by: Walker, Wiley, and Gene Sullivan.
P/P/D: New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1941.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

____________________ 1942____________________

Title: America we are ready.
First Line: The call is here, the bugle has sounded; our country is in distress
Chorus: America, we are ready Democracy must not fall
Music by: Hoffman, Carrie, and Percy Smith.
Words by: Hoffman, Carrie, and Percy Smith.
P/P/D: Ferndale, MI: Carrie Hoffman Music Publisher, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: At last.
First Line: I was never spell bound by a starry sky, what was there to moon-glow, when love has passed you by
Chorus: At last my love has come along, my lonely days are over and life is like a song.
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The bashful bull-frog.
First Line: Once I tiptoed thru' a meadow, near a silver woodland glade
Chorus: There was a bashful bullfrog, who was oh so shy!
Music by: Baer, Noel, Lenny Herman, and Roy Seymour.
Words by: Baer, Noel, Lenny Herman, and Roy Seymour.
P/P/D: New York: Top Music Publishers, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Cow-cowboogie.
First Line: Out on the plains down near Santa Fe, I met a cowboy ridin the range one day
Chorus: "Cum-a-ti-yi-yi-ay, cum-a-ti-yip-it-tl-e-yi-ay," git along, git hip little dogies git along
Music by: Raye, Don, Gene De Paul, and Benny Carter.
Words by: Raye, Don, Gene De Paul, and Benny Carter.
P/P/D: New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Daisies won't tell.
First Line: There's a sweet old story you have heard before
Chorus: Daisies won't tell, dear, come kiss me do
Music by: Owen, Anita.
Words by: Owen, Anita.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Don't get around much anymore.
First Line: When I'm not playing solitaire I take a book down from the shelf
Chorus: Missed the Saturday dance heard they crowded the floor
Music by: Ellington, Duke.
Words by: Russell, Bob.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Here comes my daddy, now! (oh, pop! oh, pop! oh, pop!).
First Line: Miss Susan Brown said, "it's my big holiday, I'm feelin' gay; hip hip, hoo-ray!
Chorus: Here comes my daddy, now!
Music by: Muir, Lewis F.
Words by: Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
P/P/D: New York: Alfred Music Co., Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I just kissed your picture goodnight.
First Line: The shadows are descending, the stars are in the blue and as the day is ending my last thoughts are of you
Chorus: I just kissed your picture goodnight
Music by: Kent, Walter.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I lost my sugar in Salt Lake City.
First Line: Salt lake city haunts me how that city taunts me
Chorus: I lost my sugar in Salt Lake City
Music by: René, Leon, and Lange Johnny.
Words by: René, Leon, and Lange Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Mills Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I remember you.
First Line: Was it in Tahiti? Were we on the Nile long, long ago, say an hour or so I recall that I saw your smile.
Chorus: I remember you, you're the one who made my dreams come true.
Music by: Schertzinger, Victor.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Paramount Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: If in being forgotten, we could only forget.
First Line: Evry girl in the distance looks like you from a far
Chorus: If in being forgotten, we could only forget
Music by: Stevens, Thomas A.
Words by: Stevens, Thomas A.
P/P/D: New London, Connecticut: Thomas A. Stevens, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Improvisation blue.
First Line: A while the legends come true
Chorus: A while the legends come true
Music by: Piket, Fred.
Words by: George, Ina.
P/P/D: New York: Whitney Blake Music Publishers, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: In the middle of the night.
First Line: The yellow moon rode high, not a cloud shone in the sky
Chorus: In the middle of the night something came our way
Music by: Tower, J. Leon, Goldie Bolivar, and William Fletcher.
Words by: Tower, J. Leon, Goldie Bolivar, and William Fletcher.
P/P/D: Portland, Oregon: Westmore Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: It can't be wrong.
First Line: The night is warm, my heart is young
Chorus: Wrong, would it be wrong to kiss, seeing I feel like this
Music by: Steiner, Max.
Words by: Gannon, Kim.
P/P/D: New York: Harms Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Johnny doughboy found a rose in Ireland.
First Line: Johnny doughboy sailed away, and it was his lucky day
Chorus: Johnny doughboy found a rose in Ireland
Music by: Goodhart, Al, and Kay Twomey.
Words by: Goodhart, Al, and Kay Twomey.
P/P/D: New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

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, Ill. : Forster Music Publish, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

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, a peculiar sort of gal
Music by: Dresser, Paul.
Words by: Dresser, Paul.
P/P/D: Delaware Water Gap, PA: Shawnee Press Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Pleasant valley.
First Line: They called it pleasant valley, way up there in the hills.
Chorus:
Music by: Feir, Sol.
Words by: Feir, Sol.
P/P/D: New York: Bob Miller, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Please think of me.
First Line: Just another day and we'll be parted
Chorus: Please think of me whenever you're lonely
Music by: Davis, Benny, Russ Morgan, and Ted Murry.
Words by: Davis, Benny, Russ Morgan, and Ted Murry.
P/P/D: New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Serenade in blue.
First Line:
Chorus: When I hear that serenade in blue, I'm somewhere in another world alone with you
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: She's the McCoy.
First Line: She's the McCoy to ev'ry soldier boy, she's ship ahoy to ev'ry sailor boy
Chorus: She's got something to rave about, she's got something we're mad about
Music by: Phayle, Buddy.
Words by: Phayle, Buddy.
P/P/D: New York: Buddy Phayle Music Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The star spangled banner.
First Line: O say! can you see, by the dawn's early light
Chorus:
Music by: Smith, John Stafford.
Words by: Key, Francis Scott.
P/P/D: Chicago: Calumet Music Co., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Sycamores (Indiana State Teachers College).
First Line: Sycamores, Oh Sycamores; our banners to the fore for the Sycamores
Chorus:
Music by: Waring, Fred, and Roy Ringwald.
Words by: Waring, Fred, and Roy Ringwald.
P/P/D: New York : Words and Music, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Take it from there.
First Line: What will happen to my dreams?
Chorus: I love you; take it from there, and make of it what you will
Music by: Rainger, Ralph.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: New York: Miller Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Three dreams.
First Line: You were so good to me, I really thought I had a place in your heart
Chorus: You're dreaming, she's dreaming, I'm dreaming too
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Gannon, Kim.
P/P/D: New York: Remick Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Too late to worry, too blue to cry.
First Line: I broke your heart, dear I was untrue and now I've lost you what can I do?
Chorus: Too late to worry, too blue to cry
Music by: Dexter, Al.
Words by: Dexter, Al.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA: American Music, Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Wait for me Mary.
First Line: He sat alone in the still of the night with thoughts that were far away;
Chorus: Wait for me Mary till the world will smile again
Music by: Tobias, Charlie, Nat Simon, and Harry Tobias.
Words by: Tobias, Charlie, Nat Simon, and Harry Tobias.
P/P/D: New York: Remick Music Corporation, c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: You can't do that to me!
First Line: I thought your love was strictly "bonafide," how I believed, I was deceived
Chorus: First you steal a kiss or three, then you take my heart from me
Music by: Breuder, Eddy.
Words by: Rusincky, Paul.
P/P/D: New York: Rytvoc Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: You'd be so nice to come home to.
First Line: It's not that you're fairer, than a lot of girls just as pleasin',
Chorus: You'd be so nice to come home to
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York: Chappel & Co., Inc., c1942.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

____________________ 1943____________________

Title: Ah! le petit vin blanc.
First Line: Voici le printemps la douceur du temps
Chorus: Ah! le petit vin blanc
Music by: Borel-Clerc, Ch.
Words by: Drejac.
P/P/D: France: Ch. Borel-Clerc, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Born to lose.
First Line: Born to lose, I've lived my life in vain
Chorus:
Music by: Brown, Frankie.
Words by: Brown, Frankie.
P/P/D: New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: By the river of the roses.
First Line:
Chorus: I met her by the river of the roses
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Symes, Marty.
P/P/D: New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Comin' in on a wing and a prayer.
First Line: One of our planes was missing, two hours over due
Chorus: Comin' in on a wing and a pray'r
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Adamson, Harold.
P/P/D: New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Don't sweetheart me.
First Line: Sweetheart's a word you use too lightly, it's more than just a word to me
Chorus: Don't sweetheart me if you don't mean it
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Tobias Charlie.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Tobias Charlie.
P/P/D: New York: Advanced Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The dreamer.
First Line: The early birdie used to sing, go to work, go to work
Chorus: The dreamer, the dreamer, I reckon that's my name
Music by: Schwartz, Arthur.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York: Harms Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: A Fellow on a Furlough.
First Line: There's just a little time to play, I know but he'll be back to stay some day, although
Chorus: He's just a fellow on a furlough, out looking for a dream
Music by: Worth, Bobby.
Words by: Worth, Bobby.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : House of Melody, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: G. I. Jive.
First Line:
Chorus: This is the G. I. Jive, man alive
Music by: Mercer, Johnny.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Get out and dig, dig, gig.
First Line:
Chorus: Get out and dig, dig, dig in the sunshine
Music by: Reynolds, Hunter.
Words by: Reynolds, Hunter.
P/P/D: Chicago, Ill.: Skokie Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I heard you cried last night (and so did I).
First Line: Romance didn't thrill you, wasn't it a shame?
Chorus: I heard you cried last night and I know why
Music by: Grouya, Ted.
Words by: Kruger, Jerrie.
P/P/D: New York: Campbell, Loft and Porgie Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I never mention your name (oh no!).
First Line: So many things that I think of so much
Chorus: I never mention your name oh no!
Music by: Kent, Walter.
Words by: Davis, Mack, and Don George.
P/P/D: New York: Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I wish that I could hide inside this letter.
First Line: My heart's in this letter I'm sending
Chorus: I wish that I could hide inside this letter
Music by: Simon, Nat.
Words by: Tobias, Charlie.
P/P/D: New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: If I had my life to live over.
First Line: As I review my life with you since the days of old
Chorus: If I had my life to live over
Music by: Vincent, Larry, Henry Tobias, and Moe Jaffe.
Words by: Vincent, Larry, Henry Tobias, and Moe Jaffe.
P/P/D: New York: General Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: If you please.
First Line: I like to keep my mind so well trained that anything can somehow be explained
Chorus: Did I see moonlight and magnolia trees?
Music by: Van Huesen, Jimmy.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Famous Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I'll Be Home for Christmas.
First Line: I'm dreaming tonight of a place I love, even more than I usually do
Chorus: I'll be home for Christmas, you can plan on me
Music by: Gannon, Kim, Walter Kent, and Buck Ram.
Words by: Gannon, Kim, Walter Kent, and Buck Ram.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Charles Warren, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Let's get lost.
First Line: The party's rather dull, isn't it?
Chorus: Let's get lost, lost in each others arms
Music by: McHugh, Jimmy.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York: Paramount Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Little did I know.
First Line: Hold that pose for me, darling just let me look at you
Chorus: Little did I know when I met you I would learn to worship you so
Music by: Silver, Abner.
Words by: Kenny, Nick, and Chas. Kenny.
P/P/D: New York: Lincoln Music Corp., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Lolita.
First Line: Romance has taken me from old Broadway, to Argentina
Chorus: Lolita you've won my heart completely
Music by: Benkhart, Dorothy, Charles P. Shisler, and Gustavus Benkhart.
Words by: Benkhart, Dorothy, Charles P. Shisler, and Gustavus Benkhart.
P/P/D: Phila., Pa.: Shisler- Benkhart Publications, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Love-lore land.
First Line: There's a truce with twilights coming
Chorus: I watch the moon steal away
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: Patterson, Alfe.
P/P/D: Spokane, Wash.: Alfe Patterson, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Mairzy doats.
First Line: I know a ditty nutty as a fruitcake
Chorus: Mairzy doats and doazy doats and liddle lamzy divey
Music by: Drake, Milton, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
Words by: Drake, Milton, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
P/P/D: New York: Miller Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: March of the volunteers (chee-lai).
First Line: Arise, all ye defiers of bondage
Chorus:
Music by: Nieh-erh.
Words by: Finley, Lorraine Noel.
P/P/D: Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My memories of Mother.
First Line: You were so kind and noble Mother
Chorus:
Music by: Drake, Ethel Neeb.
Words by: Drake, Ethel Neeb.
P/P/D: Shelbyville, Ind.: Ethel Neeb Drake, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My heart tells me (should I believe my heart?).
First Line: Sometimes I feel so very certain that you care
Chorus: My heart tells me this is just a fling
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York: Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My sweet Rosita.
First Line: Rosita since you've gone away, I'm blue
Chorus: My sweet Rosita, my heart is yearning
Music by: Jenne, Chas. H.
Words by: Bowrin, Edwin J.
P/P/D: Kansas City, MO: Melody Hall, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Nevada.
First Line: Out where the sunset is silver and gold
Chorus: We lived a dream by a blue mountain stream in Nevada
Music by: Donaldson, Walter, and Mort Greene.
Words by: Donaldson, Walter, and Mort Greene.
P/P/D: New York: Dorsey Brothers Music, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: No letter today.
First Line:
Chorus: No letter today I have waited since dawn
Music by: Brown, Frankie.
Words by: Brown, Frankie.
P/P/D: New York: Peer International Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Oh, what a beautiful mornin'.
First Line: There's a bright golden haze on the meadow
Chorus: Oh, what a beautiful mornin'
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein II, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York: Williamson Music, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The rickety rickshaw man.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a 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, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The right kind of love.
First Line: I'm feeling blue but what can I do
Chorus: The right kind of love is all that I need
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York: M. Whitmark & Sons, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Rosie O'Layee.
First Line: Bet you never saw a sunset flame with gold like Rosie's hair
Chorus: Rosie O'layee, you're my dream with sunset hair
Music by: Patterson, Alfe.
Words by: Patterson, Alfe.
P/P/D: Spokane, Wash.: The Composer, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: She's my little buttercup I'm her daffy dilly.
First Line: I came with the flowers in the spring
Chorus: She's my little buttercup, I'm her daffy dilly
Music by: Weyant, Lulu Quinn, and Louis Seifert.
Words by: Weyant, Lulu Quinn, and Louis Seifert.
P/P/D: New York: Murray Singer Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Shoo-shoo baby.
First Line: You've seen him up and down the avenue
Chorus: Shoo-shoo, shoo baby, shoo-shoo, shoo baby
Music by: Moore, Phil.
Words by: Moore, Phil.
P/P/D: New York: Leeds Music Corporation, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Star eyes.
First Line:
Chorus: Star eyes, that to me is what your eyes are
Music by: Raye, Don, and Gene dePaul.
Words by: Raye, Don, and Gene dePaul.
P/P/D: New York: Leo Feist, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Sunday, Monday or always.
First Line: I just can't help but say, what a perfect Saturday
Chorus: Won't you tell me when we will meet again
Music by: Van Heusen, Jimmy.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Mayfair Music Corp., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: They're gonna hang old pappy to-morrow.
First Line: Oh there's gossip goin on in the valley
Chorus: Oh they're gonna hang old pappy tomorrow
Music by: Guinan, Joseph.
Words by: Bickley, Harmon.
P/P/D: Detroit, Mich.: Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: They're either too young or too old.
First Line: You marched away and left this town as empty as can be
Chorus: They're either too young or too old
Music by: Schwartz, Arthur.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York: M. Whitmark & Sons, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Twilight blues.
First Line: Somewhere down on the Coral Sea, my sailor boy speeds love to me
Chorus: Oh sing me those twilight blues
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: Patterson, Alfe.
P/P/D: Spokane, Wash.: Alfe Patterson, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: We'll do it all over again.
First Line: Stars can look into your eyes a million miles away
Chorus: Last night we were together just you and I
Music by: Turner, Carolyn Ayres.
Words by: Turner, Carolyn Ayres.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, Indiana: The Turner Tunes, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: What is it like up in Heaven.
First Line: What is it like up in Heaven
Chorus: What is it like up in Heaven
Music by: Pattison, C. A.
Words by: Pattison, C. A.
P/P/D: Easton, Pa.: Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire, c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

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
Music by: Stept, Sam H.
Words by: Stept, Sam H.
P/P/D: New York: Irving Berlin Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: With this ring (I thee wed).
First Line: With this ring I come to you to pledge my heart forever true
Chorus: With this ring I make this vow
Music by: Sacco, John.
Words by: Harris, Remus.
P/P/D: New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: You'll never know.
First Line: Darling I'm so blue without you
Chorus: You'll never know just how much I miss you
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1943.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

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Title: All of my life.
First Line: Someone was always in my dreams, that someone was always you
Chorus: I just want the right to love you all of my life
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York: Irving Berlin, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The blue star in the window.
First Line: There's a blue star beaming in the window, for a loved one far away
Chorus: If the blue star turn to gold, then His love He will unfold
Music by: Reitz, Albert Simpson.
Words by: Reitz, Albert Simpson.
P/P/D: Kansas City, Mo.: Jenkins Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Dance with a dolly (with a hole in her stocking).
First Line: Mama, mama, let me dress up tonight, dress up tonight, dress up tonight
Chorus: As I was walkin' down the street, down the street, down the street
Music by: Shand, Terry, Jimmy Eaton, and Mickey Leader.
Words by: Shand, Terry, Jimmy Eaton, and Mickey Leader.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Don't fence me in.
First Line: Wild Cat Kelly, looking mighty pale, was standing by the sheriff's side
Chorus: Oh, give me land, lots of land under starry skies above
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York: Harms Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Don't you know I care (or don't you care to know).
First Line: I always dreamed of a love affair
Chorus: Don't you know I care or don't you care to know
Music by: Ellington, Duke.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York: Paramount Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Fightin' Flo from the Alamo.
First Line: Down Texas way when lights are low, the wolves all howl for fightin' Flo
Chorus: This fightin' Flo from the Alamo was a female "wolf" we'll have you know
Music by: Breese, Lou.
Words by: Baers.
P/P/D: Chicago, Ill.: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The fireman's bride.
First Line: Fire man Joe McGee, who married in June wants to be free
Chorus: The fireman's bride, the fireman's bride won't sit home by her fireside
Music by: Romberg, Sigmund.
Words by: Fields, Dorothy.
P/P/D: New York: Williamson Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Going my way.
First Line: Good morning friend, it's certainly a pleasant time to walk, so fresh and green and clear and bright.
Chorus: This road leads to rainbowville. Going my way? Up ahead is Bluebird Hill.
Music by: Van Heusen, Jimmy.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Burke and Van Heusen, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Good night, wherever you are.
First Line: The moment you walked away, darling you walked away with my heart
Chorus: Good night wherever you are may your dreams be pleasant dreams wherever you are
Music by: Robertson, Dick, Al Hoffman, and Frank Weldon.
Words by: Robertson, Dick, Al Hoffman, and Frank Weldon.
P/P/D: New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: An hour never passes.
First Line: Ev'ry moment is for you, dear
Chorus: An hour never passes but I think of you
Music by: Kennedy, Jimmy.
Words by: Kennedy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Hymn of the Soviet Union.
First Line: Republic forever, the land of the free
Chorus: Long may she live, our mother land, long may her flag be over us!
Music by: Alexandrov, A.V., and .
Words by: Untermeyer, Louis.
P/P/D: New York: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I dream of you more than you dream I do.
First Line: Your'e completely unaware, dear, that my heart is in your hand
Chorus: I dream of you more than you dream I do
Music by: Goetschius, Marjorie, and Edna Osser.
Words by: Goetschius, Marjorie, and Edna Osser.
P/P/D: New York: Embassy Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I'll letcha, you betcha.
First Line: You ask me such silly questions, I can answer them all I betcha
Chorus: [I]'ll letcha you betcha I'll letcha 'cause I love you a little bit too
Music by: Pruitt, Jane.
Words by: Pruitt, Jane.
P/P/D: Chicago: Popular Music Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I'll walk alone.
First Line: They call, no date. I promised you I'd wait. I want them all to know I'm strictly single-o.
Chorus: I'll walk alone because, to tell you the truth, I'll be lonely
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York: Mayfair Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: I'm making believe.
First Line: I'm thankful to my imagination, it brings you much nearer somehow
Chorus: I'm making believe, that you're in my arms
Music by: Monaco, James V.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Is you is, or is you ain't (ma' baby).
First Line: I gotta gal who's always late, anytime we have a date
Chorus: Is you is, or is you ain't, ma' baby
Music by: Austin, Billy, and Louis Jordan.
Words by: Austin, Billy, and Louis Jordan.
P/P/D: New York: Leeds Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: It's a crying shame.
First Line: Darling, you're forgetting all our treasured schemes.
Chorus: It's a crying shame you treated love so carelessly that it just became another dream gone by.
Music by: Stept, Sam H.
Words by: Russell, Bob.
P/P/D: New York: Edwin H. Morris and Company, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: It could happen to you.
First Line: Do you believe in charms and spells
Chorus: Hide your heart from sight, lock your dreams at night
Music by: Van Heusen, Jimmy.
Words by: Burke, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York: Famous Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The Lord's Prayer.
First Line: Our father who art in heaven
Chorus:
Music by: Lee, Rosemary.
Words by: Lee, Rosemary.
P/P/D: Los Angeles: Rosemary Lee, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: More and more.
First Line: I try to hide what my eyes won't conceal
Chorus: More and more this heart of mine confesses
Music by: Kern, Jerome.
Words by: Harburg, E.Y.
P/P/D: New York: T.B. Harms Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: My favorite song.
First Line: I sing the hits of the day, the popular tunes you suggest
Chorus: Mister leader, this is my fav'rite song; I used to sing it many years ago, before my dreams went wrong
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: An old fashioned tree.
First Line: Starlight shining on the snow wishing star of Christmas night
Chorus: I remember an old fashioned tree
Music by: Becker, Adele, and Cordelia Pearl Williams.
Words by: Becker, Adele, and Cordelia Pearl Williams.
P/P/D: San Fransico: Becker-Williams Publications, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Polish underground song (piesn polski podziemnej).
First Line: Soldiers of underground poland onward to battle to fight
Chorus:
Music by: Eiger, Wladyslaw.
Words by: Unknown Underground Author.
P/P/D: New York: Harmonia Distributing and Publishing Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Poor little Rhode Island.
First Line:
Chorus: Poor little Rhode Island the smallest of the forty eight
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Pretty kitty blue eyes.
First Line: Her eyes are like the blue skies of Erin
Chorus: When she walks along on the street fellows shout, "here, pretty kitty, here, pretty kitty blue eyes."
Music by: Mizzy, Vic.
Words by: Curtis, Mann.
P/P/D: New York: Santly Joy, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The reason why.
First Line: I'm on the "straight and narrow" and happy as a sparrow;
Chorus: I keep to myself at parties and dances, some people think that I'm shy
Music by: Friedlander, Lillian.
Words by: Friedlander, Lillian.
P/P/D: New York: Handy Brothers Music Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Robin Hood.
First Line:
Chorus: Many long years ago a fellow name Robin Hood, he used to rob the rich most ev'ry chance he could
Music by: Prima, Louis, and Bob Miketta.
Words by: Prima, Louis, and Bob Miketta.
P/P/D: New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Someday you'll want me to want you.
First Line: Feelin' mighty blue, melancholy, too, since you made up your mind to go away
Chorus: I know that someday you'll want me to want you
Music by: Hodges, Jimmie.
Words by: Hodges, Jimmie.
P/P/D: New York: Main Street Songs, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Suzanne.
First Line: Although we're far apart, you're always in my heart
Chorus: Do you remember June, Suzanne?
Music by: Pearl, Lee, Art Berman, and Jimmy Dale.
Words by: Pearl, Lee, Art Berman, and Jimmy Dale.
P/P/D: New York: Mills Music Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Texas Queenie.
First Line: Up where the sun is a stranger went "tex" the ex-texas ranger
Chorus: 'Tain't the sun that as is missin'
Music by: Tobin, Lew.
Words by: Patterson, Alfe.
P/P/D: Spokane, Washington: Alfe Patterson, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: There is no greater love.
First Line: The sunshine loves the flowers, the flowers love the dew
Chorus: There is no greater love than what I feel for you
Music by: Jones, Isham.
Words by: Symes, Marty.
P/P/D: New York: Isham Jones Music Corp., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Time waits for no one.
First Line: Can't you hear my heart beat echoing your name
Chorus: Time waits for no one it passes you by
Music by: Friend, Cliff, and Charlie Tobias.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Charlie Tobias.
P/P/D: New York: Remick Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Together.
First Line: Together, together, always together
Chorus: We strolled the lane, together; laugher at the rain, together
Music by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
Words by: De Sylva, B. G., Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral that's an Irish lullaby.
First Line: Over in Killarney, many years ago, me mither sang a song to me
Chorus: "Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral, too-ra-loo-ra-li, too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral, hush now, don't you cry!
Music by: Shannon, J.R.
Words by: Shannon, J.R.
P/P/D: New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: The Trolley Song.
First Line: With my high starched collar and my high topped shoes and hair piled high upon my head
Chorus: "Clang, clang, clang" went the trolley, "Ding, ding, ding" went the bell
Music by: Martin, Hugh, and Ralph Blane.
Words by: Martin, Hugh, and Ralph Blane.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: Uncle Sammie's boys.
First Line: Here they come marching, don't they look fine
Chorus: Uncle Sammie's boys they can't be beat!
Music by: Walter, Peter.
Words by: Walter, Peter.
P/P/D: New York: Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: When you were sweet sixteen.
First Line: When first I saw the lovelight in your eye
Chorus: I love you as I never loved before
Music by: Thornton, James.
Words by: Thornton, James.
P/P/D: New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: You always hurt the one you love.
First Line: Once I heard a saying, now I know it's true
Chorus: You always hurt the one you love
Music by: Fisher, Doris, and Allan Roberts.
Words by: Fisher, Doris, and Allan Roberts.
P/P/D: New York: Sun Music Co., Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

Title: You're nobody 'til somebody loves you.
First Line: Some look for glory, it's still the old story of love versus glory
Chorus: You're nobody 'til somebody loves you
Music by: Morgan, Russ, Larry Stock, and James Cavanaugh.
Words by: Morgan, Russ, Larry Stock, and James Cavanaugh.
P/P/D: New York: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1944.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1940-1944

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Title: Always goodbye.
First Line: Someday you and I'll have time on our hands, no one making demands but love and laughter.
Chorus: It's always goodbye holding you close 'til we part;
Music by: Ellstein, Abraham.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Atlanta, G.A.
First Line: My memory takes me back to a place where I long to be
Chorus: I love the mornin' glories growin' and the breezes softly blowin'
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, and Artie Shaftel.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny, and Artie Shaftel.
P/P/D: New York : Stevens Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Bird of paradise (kuu pua nani).
First Line: He wandered hither and yon, over land and sea
Chorus:
Music by: King, Chas. E.
Words by: King, Chas. E.
P/P/D: Honolulu : Chas. E. King, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Cruising down the river.
First Line: If you will go along with me, we'll travel with the tide.
Chorus: Cruising down the river, on a Sunday afternoon with one you love
Music by: Beadell, Eily, and Nell Tollerton.
Words by: Beadell, Eily, and Nell Tollerton.
P/P/D: New York : Henry Spitzer Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Dreaming, aloha, of you (nou na hali'a).
First Line: Fair Hawaii, land I love far across the sea
Chorus: There's a pretty flower in my garden
Music by: King, Chas. E.
Words by: King, Chas. E.
P/P/D: Honolulu : Chas. E. King, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Fishin' for the moon.
First Line: Have you ever tried to catch the wind in your hand
Chorus: Fishin' for the moon in the sea is the same as wishin' you'd fall in love with me!
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Guy Wood.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Guy Wood.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: "Gimme" a little kiss (will "ya," huh?).
First Line: A little boy was wild about a little girl,
Chorus: "Gimme" a little kiss, will "ya" huh?
Music by: Turk, Roy, Jack Smith, and Maceo Pinkard.
Words by: Turk, Roy, Jack Smith, and Maceo Pinkard.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Going back home.
First Line: If it's peace of mind you lack, and a once bright world looks black
Chorus: Turn your key in our front door; It's just like it was before
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Hours and hours.
First Line: Even though you're far away, you're with me constantly
Chorus: Hours and hours of waiting
Music by: Hall, Wendell.
Words by: Hall, Wendell.
P/P/D: Chicago : Music Maker Productions, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I wish.
First Line: If I had Alladin's lamp for only a day, I wouldn't be so lonely ev'ry day.
Chorus: I wish you were the shadow that I walk with in the park
Music by: Roberts, Allan, and Doris Fisher.
Words by: Roberts, Allan, and Doris Fisher.
P/P/D: New York : Northern Music Corp., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: If I loved you.
First Line: When I worked in the mill, weavin' at the loom, I'd gaze absent minded at the roof
Chorus: If I loved you, time and again I would try to say all I'd want you to know.
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York : Williamson Music, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'll buy that dream.
First Line: Before we met I never dreamed much
Chorus: Imagine me with my head on your shoulder
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Magidson, Herb.
P/P/D: New York : Burke and Van Heusen, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Into the night.
First Line: Strange is the spell that the night keeps creating!
Chorus: When the moonrise comes to wake you, let me take you into the night.
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Just a-sittin' and a-rockin'.
First Line: I know I should go out be seen here and there but my friends found out my baby don't care
Chorus: I don't go out walkin' I ain't for no talkin' my baby's done left me
Music by: Strayhorn, Billy, and Duke Ellington.
Words by: Strayhorn, Billy, and Duke Ellington.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Keep right on doin' (the things that you're doin' to me).
First Line: Whether it's your tender kiss, that brings me such delightful bliss
Chorus: Keep right on doin' the things that you're doin' to me
Music by: Kaiser, Roy, Lou Schwartz, and Hamilton McLean.
Words by: Kaiser, Roy, Lou Schwartz, and Hamilton McLean.
P/P/D: New York : Manhattan Melodies Music Publishers, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The moon is high.
First Line: In this world we live in, happy hours go by
Chorus: The moon is high and here we are
Music by: Thorne, Lucia.
Words by: Thorne, Lucia.
P/P/D: Des Moines, Iowa : Jerry Smith Publications, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: My home town.
First Line: I know the best laid plans of mice and men have often failed and will again
Chorus: Same old places, smiling faces that never wear a frown
Music by: Caruso, Y'vonne, and Wayne Hamilton.
Words by: Caruso, Y'vonne, and Wayne Hamilton.
P/P/D: New York : Edward Schuberth & Co, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Navy flyers' song.
First Line:
Chorus: Navy {airmen, flyers} proud and true, spread your wings on high
Music by: Fletcher, Gail.
Words by: Fletcher, Gail.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Never knew I'd miss you quite so much.
First Line: I thought sometimes I'd think of your smile and that moonlight memory.
Chorus: Never knew I'd miss you quite so much.
Music by: Novelli, Syl.
Words by: Dee, Sylvia.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe.
First Line:
Chorus: Do yuh hear that whistle down the line?
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Sioux City Sue.
First Line: I drow a heard of cattle down from old Nebraksa way
Chorus: Sioux City Sue, Sioux City Sue, your hair is red, your eyes are blue
Music by: Thomas, Dick.
Words by: Freedman, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Some Sunday morning.
First Line: I'm so happy oh, so happy and why shouldn't I be?
Chorus: Some Sunday morning is going to be some Sunday morning for someone and me
Music by: Jerome, M.K., and Ray Heindorf.
Words by: Koehler, Ted.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Song of the seahawks.
First Line:
Chorus: We are the navy seahawk air cadets, training to win our wings of gold
Music by: Tjaden, D.S.
Words by: Tjaden, D.S.
P/P/D: New York : Mills Music, Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Till the end of time.
First Line: I wished upon a star for someone to share what each day would bring
Chorus: Till the end of time, long as stars are in the blue long as there's a spring, a bird to sing I'll go on loving you
Music by: Kaye, Buddy, and Ted Mossman.
Words by: Kaye, Buddy, and Ted Mossman.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: What's a girl supposed to do?
First Line: Tried to do the right thing, the polite thing, just like folks admire.
Chorus: What's a girl supposed to do?
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Whatta ya gonna do tonight?
First Line: Just called up to ask you somethin' very important
Chorus: Whatta ya gonna do tonight, baby?
Music by: Altiere, James.
Words by: Altiere, James.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Who knows.
First Line: Wise men of old may have foretold all that was soon to be.
Chorus: Who knows when love will come along to make your heart beat faster
Music by: Stolz, Robert.
Words by: Sour, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Who threw the whisky in the well?
First Line: It was early Sunday morning and the church was crowded full
Chorus: Who threw the whiskey in the well?
Music by: Millinder, Lucky, Eddie De Lange, and Johnny Brooks.
Words by: Millinder, Lucky, Eddie De Lange, and Johnny Brooks.
P/P/D: New York : Advanced Music Corporation, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Will ya be my darlin'.
First Line: You're the sweetest thing I've ever found that's why I follow you all over town
Chorus: Will ya be my darlin' my honey bun?
Music by: Owens, Mary Ann.
Words by: Owens, Mary Ann.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Cross Music Company, c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You're there in a dream.
First Line: I've got a feeling my life's gonna change
Chorus: My nites were so lonely, my days were so mean, till you came along and haunted my dreams
Music by: Bandini, Al, and Pee Wee Russell.
Words by: Bandini, Al, and Pee Wee Russell.
P/P/D: New York : Standard Music Publishers, Ltd., c1945.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

____________________ 1946____________________

Title: Adiosita.
First Line:
Chorus: Sweetheart, it's time to say adiosita.
Music by: Moran, Edgar.
Words by: Moran, Edgar.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Ain't God good to Indiana.
First Line: Ain't God good to Indiana?
Chorus: Ain't God good to Indiana
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Herschell, William.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Carmichael Music Publications, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: And then it's heaven.
First Line: Something strange and wonderful has happened to me
Chorus: A dream is just a dream until I dream of you
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Al Kaulman.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Al Kaulman.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Duz does everything.
First Line: When you're facing some tough situation, there is just one thing to do
Chorus: If the girl friend won't say yes just send Duz an s.o.s.
Music by: Souders, Marjorie.
Words by: Souders, Marjorie.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: A gal in calico.
First Line: I feel like a two year old, so would you, too
Chorus: Met a gal in calico down in Santa Fe
Music by: Schwartz, Arthur.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Golden earrings.
First Line: One day a gypsy showed me golden earrings that he wished to sell
Chorus: There's a story the gypsys know is true that when your love wears golden earrings {he, she} belongs to you
Music by: Young, Victor.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Gotta get me somebody to love.
First Line: There's a matin' dove in the cottonwood tree
Chorus: Nights are long, oh! so long on the prairie
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Wrubel, Allie.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The gypsy.
First Line: I sit alone and dream dear, dream of you night and day
Chorus: In a quaint caravan there's a lady they call gypsy
Music by: Reid, Billy.
Words by: Reid, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Handle with care.
First Line:
Chorus: Dreams can be broken so handle with care
Music by: Ice, Willard.
Words by: Ice, Willard.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Cine-Mart Music Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Have I told you lately that I love you?
First Line: Have I told you lately that I love you?
Chorus: This heart would break in two if you refuse me
Music by: Wiseman, Scott.
Words by: Wiseman, Scott.
P/P/D: New York : Duches Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: How true.
First Line: I made up my own set of rules that sweet words of love was for fools
Chorus: How true were the words you told me
Music by: Nolan, M.F.
Words by: Nolan, M.F.
P/P/D: Pittsburgh, PA : Nolan Music Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'm a lonely little petunia (in an onion patch).
First Line: Of all the saddest words, that I have ever heard, the saddest is the story told me by a bird.
Chorus: I'm a lonely little petunia in an onion patch
Music by: Kamana, Johnny, Billy Faber, and Maurie Hartmann.
Words by: Kamana, Johnny, Billy Faber, and Maurie Hartmann.
P/P/D: New York : Rytvoc, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'm losing you.
First Line: One yesterday I heard you say you'd love me till the day you die
Chorus: I'm losing you it's sad but true oh, how I hate to see you go
Music by: Clauser, Al, and Lou Wayne.
Words by: Clauser, Al, and Lou Wayne.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Cross Music Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Just want someone to love me.
First Line: There's something that I long for, ev'ry single day
Chorus: Just want someone to love me
Music by: Vogel, Harry, and Al Neveloff.
Words by: Vogel, Harry, and Al Neveloff.
P/P/D: New York : Stanow Publications, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Lazy melody.
First Line:
Chorus: No work to be done, just lie in the sun and dream a sweet day dream of worlds to be won
Music by: Woodward, Eddie.
Words by: Woodward, Eddie.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Let's light the Christmas tree.
First Line: Soon the Christmas bells will ring throughout the world again
Chorus: Let's light the Christmas tree!
Music by: Lyons, Ruth.
Words by: Lyons, Ruth.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Linda.
First Line: The story is simple; the girl has a dimple, the guy is as shy as can be
Chorus: When I go to sleep I never count sheep,
Music by: Lawrence, Jack.
Words by: Lawrence, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Love is on a holiday.
First Line: I tried so hard to please
Chorus: My love has gone away, to take a holiday
Music by: Spinosa, Tom, and Darrell Schenkel.
Words by: Spinosa, Tom, and Darrell Schenkel.
P/P/D: New York : Stern Music Publishing Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Managua, Nicaragua.
First Line: Won't you kindly open your geography
Chorus: Managua, Nicaragua is a beautiful town
Music by: Fields, Irving.
Words by: Gamse, Albert.
P/P/D: New York : Encore Music Publications Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Never let those deep blues get you down.
First Line: Never let those deep blues get you down
Chorus:
Music by: Clauser, Al.
Words by: Clauser, Al.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : American Music, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: A nickel for a memory.
First Line: I sit alone at a table for two
Chorus: A nickel for a memory, the record starts to play
Music by: Alexander, Perry, Bob Hilliard, and Ann Beardsley.
Words by: Alexander, Perry, Bob Hilliard, and Ann Beardsley.
P/P/D: New York : Dubonnet Music Publishing, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Oh, but I do!
First Line: Tell me why you doubt me so
Chorus: You think I don't love you
Music by: Schwartz, Arthur.
Words by: Robin, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Ole buttermilk sky.
First Line:
Chorus: Ole buttermilk sky, I''m keeping my eye peeled on you
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Jack Brooks.
Words by: Carmichael, Hoagy, and Jack Brooks.
P/P/D: New York : Burke and Van Heusen, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: On the other end of a kiss.
First Line: Banker, buyer, lawyer, flyer, you can be what you be
Chorus: Your brain is sharp
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: One false move and I'm yours.
First Line: I never cared to fall in love
Chorus: Stand perfectly still
Music by: Poppe, Art.
Words by: Clos, Merle.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: One night in Sante Fe.
First Line: In all the lovely places I have traveled through
Chorus: Sante Fe in a place where the lights were low
Music by: Thompson, Iola.
Words by: Thompson, Iola.
P/P/D: Dallas, Texas : Victor Publishing Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: One of those songs.
First Line: Well, this is one of those songs that you hear now and then
Chorus:
Music by: Calvi, Gerard.
Words by: Holt, WIll.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Peggy O'Neil.
First Line: If her eyes are as blue as skies, that's Peggy O'Neil
Chorus:
Music by: Pease, Harry, Ed. G. Nelson, and Gilbert Dodge.
Words by: Pease, Harry, Ed. G. Nelson, and Gilbert Dodge.
P/P/D: New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Rumors are flying.
First Line: I don't often attract attention, I'm not the kind who achieves renown
Chorus: Rumors are flying that you've got me sighing
Music by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
Words by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
P/P/D: New York : Oxford Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Seems like old times.
First Line: Remember all the things we did together
Chorus: Seems like old times, having you to walk with
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Jacob Loeb.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen, and John Jacob Loeb.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Shoo'way the blues.
First Line: If you walk 'round in sadness and gloom you're features will never soften
Chorus: Shoo'way the cause and you ain't got the trouble
Music by: Wells, Kay.
Words by: Wells, Kay.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: So help me (If I don't love you).
First Line: With ev'ry word I say you seem to doubt me
Chorus: So help me, may I never see the moon on high
Music by: Van Heussen, Jimmy.
Words by: De Lange, Eddie.
P/P/D: New York : Scarsdale Music Corporation c/o Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Sonata.
First Line:
Chorus: Sonata, my sonata I hear your haunting theme and I begin to dream
Music by: Alstone.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, and Jimmy Shirl.
P/P/D: New York : Oxford Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Sooner or later (you're gonna be comin' around).
First Line: You and I said goodbye with a friendly kiss
Chorus: Sooner or later you're gonna be comin' around
Music by: Wolcott, Charles.
Words by: Gilbert, Ray.
P/P/D: New York : Santly- Joy Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Sorta sentimental over Texas.
First Line: I told somebody I'd come back to Texas
Chorus: Sorta sentimental over Texas
Music by: Dickson, Lillian Durham, and Tex Lloyd.
Words by: Phillips, Gypsy.
P/P/D: Dallas, Texas : Victor Publishing Company, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Stella by starlight.
First Line: Have you seen Stella by starlight
Chorus: The song a robin sings
Music by: Young, Victor.
Words by: Washington, Ned.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: That high school sister of mine.
First Line: She's gotta have swing for breakfast
Chorus: She's gotta have swing for breakfast
Music by: English, Edith.
Words by: English, Edith.
P/P/D: New York : Handy Brothers Music Co., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: That's where I came in.
First Line: How did we get together? What brought you to me?
Chorus: You were lonely that's where I came in
Music by: De Rose, Peter.
Words by: Tobias, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: They say it's wonderful.
First Line: Rumors fly and you can't tell where they start
Chorus: They say that falling in love is wonderful
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: This is always.
First Line: Our love will live, our love will last
Chorus: This isn't sometimes, this is always
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: This is the day.
First Line: Tho' a cowboy's life is ridin' the range
Chorus: This is the day, the end of the long, long trail
Music by: Fort, Hank, and Beasley Smith.
Words by: Fort, Hank, and Beasley Smith.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: To each his own.
First Line: Wise men have shown life is no good alone
Chorus: A rose must remain with the sun and the rain
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Well, say!
First Line: In a city full of strangers who'd have thought we'd ever meet
Chorus: Well, say! Imagine running into you
Music by: Starkey, Violet.
Words by: Starkey, Violet.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Whatta ya gonna do!
First Line: Are these my walking papers that you hand me
Chorus: Whatta ya gonna do if yo need me and I can't be found?
Music by: Skylar, Sunny, and Patrick Lewis.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny, and Patrick Lewis.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The whole world is singing my song.
First Line: I never wrote a melody before
Chorus: The whole world is singing my song
Music by: Mizzy, Vic.
Words by: Curtis, Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Would I like that!
First Line: I've had such wild illusions of grandeur and fame
Chorus: Stepping out to cafes, having fun seeing plays, would I like that!
Music by: Greenwood, Foster.
Words by: Wald, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Why does it get so late so early?
First Line: I've often questioned and often had the answer to things that filled my mind with doubt
Chorus: Why does it get so late so early
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Wrubel, Allie, and John Lehmann.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You broke the only heart that ever loved you.
First Line: Your reputation has preceded you
Chorus: You broke the only heart that ever loved you
Music by: James, Freddy, and Little Jack Little.
Words by: James, Freddy, and Little Jack Little.
P/P/D: New York : Crawford Music Corporation, c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You call everybody darling.
First Line: Tho' you're always waxing sentimental and sweet words are all I ever hear
Chorus: You call ev'rybody darling
Music by: Martin, Sam, Ben Trace, and Clem Watts.
Words by: Martin, Sam, Ben Trace, and Clem Watts.
P/P/D: New York : Mayfair Music Corp., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You can't see the sun when you're cryin'.
First Line: The world is full of happiness, It's been that way for years
Chorus: You can't see the sun when you're cryin'
Music by: Roberts, Allan, and Doris Fisher.
Words by: Roberts, Allan, and Doris Fisher.
P/P/D: New York : George Simon, Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You were only fooling (while I was falling in love).
First Line:
Chorus: You were only fooling but I was falling in love
Music by: Fotine, Larry.
Words by: Faber, Billy, and Fred Meadows.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1946.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

____________________ 1947____________________

Title: Ain't nobody here but us chickens.
First Line: One night Farmer Brown was takin' the air after locking up the barn with the greatest of care
Chorus: There ain't nobody here but us chickens
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York : Sun Music Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Ain'tcha ever comin' back.
First Line: I dread the thought of walking down the street
Chorus: Ain'tcha ever comin' back, ain'tcha
Music by: Taylor, Irving, Axel Stordahl, and Paul Weston.
Words by: Taylor, Irving, Axel Stordahl, and Paul Weston.
P/P/D: New York : Sinatra Songs, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: All my love.
First Line:
Chorus: All my love is for you alone
Music by: Jolson, Al, Saul Chaplin, and Harry Akst.
Words by: Jolson, Al, Saul Chaplin, and Harry Akst.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Anniversary song.
First Line: Oh! how we danced on the night we were wed we vowed our true love though a word wasn't said
Chorus: Dear, as I held you so close in my arms angels were singing a hymn to your charms
Music by: Jolson, Al, and Saul Chaplin.
Words by: Jolson, Al, and Saul Chaplin.
P/P/D: New York : Mood Music Company, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: As Irish as Dublin Town.
First Line: Let me tell you the story of Kitty
Chorus:
Music by: Bridges, Ronald.
Words by: Bridges, Ronald.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Ask anyone who knows.
First Line: Without the stars above the sky wouldn't seem quite so blue
Chorus: There is no shore without an ocean
Music by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Al Kaufman.
Words by: Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Al Kaufman.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Beg your pardon.
First Line:
Chorus: If I lose my head beg your pardon
Music by: Craig, Francis, and Beasley Smith.
Words by: Craig, Francis, and Beasley Smith.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Could it be you.
First Line: I'm so lonesome, I'm so blue
Chorus: Could it be you, that makes me lonely
Music by: Long, Billy W., and Wally Akers.
Words by: Perkins, Dwight.
P/P/D: Hollywodd, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The dickey-bird song.
First Line: There on the window sill on the pane a tapping sat a little feathered friend
Chorus: A dickey-bird whispered " Haven't you heard Spring is here, Spring is here, Spring is here."
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Dietz, Howard.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Don't you love me anymore.
First Line: Lately, dear, I wonder; have we made a blunder
Chorus: Lately whenever you hold me, you don't hold me tight
Music by: David, Mack, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
Words by: David, Mack, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
P/P/D: New York : Oxford Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: A fella with an umbrella.
First Line: Who am I, what's my name
Chorus: I'm just a fella, a fella with an umbrella
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Feudin' and fightin'.
First Line: Beyond the busy highway, beyond the city strife
Chorus: Feudin' and fussin' an a fightin'
Music by: Lane, Burton.
Words by: Dubin, Al, and Burton Lane.
P/P/D: New York : Mara -Lane Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Galway Bay.
First Line: If you ever go across the sea to Ireland
Chorus:
Music by: Colahan, Arthur.
Words by: Colahan, Arthur.
P/P/D: New york : Leeds Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The greatest of these.
First Line: Though I speak with tongues of men and of angels and have not love, and have not love
Chorus:
Music by: Ware, Harriet.
Words by: Holy Bible.
P/P/D: Boston : The Boston Music Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Hello, Patsy Fagan (the dacent Irish boy).
First Line: I'm workin' here in Dundee, I've got a dacent job
Chorus: Hello Patsy Fagan I can hear the girls all cry
Music by: Donovan, Michael.
Words by: Donovan, Michael.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: How soon (will I be seeing you).
First Line: When will we be meeting, my sweet?
Chorus: How soon will I be seeing you
Music by: Lucas, Carroll.
Words by: Owens, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Supreme Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: I do, do, do like you.
First Line:
Chorus: I don't like men, women I don't like too
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Wrubel, Allie.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'm a-comin' a-courtin' Corabelle.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm a-comin' a-courtin' Corabelle
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Newman, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Dreyer Music Corp., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'm a-whistlin'.
First Line: I'm not singin' I'm not shoutin' Turnin' somersaults or makin' faces
Chorus: I'm a-whistlin' are you list'nin' to this pretty little ditty that I'm singin'
Music by: Eaton, Jimmy, and Terry Shand.
Words by: Eaton, Jimmy, and Terry Shand.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I still get jealous.
First Line: Time has treated our love kindly, for I still adore you blindly
Chorus: I still get jealous when they look at you
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I wish I didn't love you so.
First Line: After all this time without you
Chorus: I wish I didn't love you so
Music by: Loesser, Frank.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: If I only had a match.
First Line: Some people long for riches
Chorus: If I only had a match, then my cares I'd soon forget
Music by: Morris, Lee, Arthur Johnston, and George W. Meyer.
Words by: Morris, Lee, Arthur Johnston, and George W. Meyer.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'm my own grandpaw.
First Line: Many, many years ago when I was twenty three
Chorus: I'm my own grandpaw
Music by: Latham, Dwight, and Moe Jaffe.
Words by: Latham, Dwight, and Moe Jaffe.
P/P/D: New York : General Music Publishing Company, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: In a little book shop.
First Line: I never believed in the saying that love makes your heart stand still
Chorus: I happen'd to stop in a little book shop one day
Music by: Twomey, Kay, Al Goodhart, and George Meyer.
Words by: Twomey, Kay, Al Goodhart, and George Meyer.
P/P/D: New York : Triangle Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: It takes time.
First Line: t
Chorus: It takes time to get your gal to see the light
Music by: Korb, Arthur.
Words by: Korb, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : London Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Ivy.
First Line: Ivy, why the sudden change?
Chorus:
Music by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
Words by: Carmichael, Hoagy.
P/P/D: New York : Burke and Van Heusen, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Kokomo, Indiana.
First Line: I can easily explain, why I feel so sad every time I see a train
Chorus: Wish I were back ag'in with all the sweet and simple folks I call my kin
Music by: Myrow, Josef.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The lady from 29 Palms.
First Line:
Chorus: She left twenty nine broken hearts
Music by: Wrubel, Allie.
Words by: Wrubel, Allie.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Martin Music, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Let's be sweethearts again.
First Line: We've so much to say to one another
Chorus: You forgive me and I'll forgive you
Music by: Marlowe, Jerry, and Eddie Maxwell.
Words by: Marlowe, Jerry, and Eddie Maxwell.
P/P/D: New York : Campbell- Porgie, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The little homes of Ireland.
First Line: When moonbeams kiss the little homes of Ireland
Chorus:
Music by: Carr, Michael.
Words by: Pascoe, Richard.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Love is a melody.
First Line: Love is a song we will sing, dear
Chorus:
Music by: Sokoloff, David, and Charles P. Shisler.
Words by: Sokoloff, David, and Charles P. Shisler.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, PA : J. W. Pepper & Son, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Love somebody.
First Line: Love somebody yes, I do
Chorus: Love somebody yes, I do
Music by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
Words by: Whitney, Joan, and Alex Kramer.
P/P/D: New York City : Kramer- Whitney, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Mam'selle.
First Line: It was Montmartre It was midnight come to think of it
Chorus: A small cafe, Mam'selle our rendezvous
Music by: Goulding, Edmund.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: My cousin Louella.
First Line: Ev'rything was quiet and so peaceful
Chorus: All the boys are buzzin' since I introduced My Cousin Louella
Music by: Bierman, Bernard, and Jack Manus.
Words by: Bierman, Bernard, and Jack Manus.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Near you.
First Line: Some folks like the country, fishing in the stream
Chorus: There's just one place for me, near you
Music by: Craig, Francis.
Words by: Goell, Kermit.
P/P/D: New York : Supreme Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: Papa, won't you dance with me?
First Line:
Chorus: Papa won't you dance with me
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Serenade of the bells.
First Line: People think that miracles can't happen
Chorus: In the sleepy town of San Juanita
Music by: Twomey, Kay, Al Goodhart, and Al Urbano.
Words by: Twomey, Kay, Al Goodhart, and Al Urbano.
P/P/D: New York : Melrose Music Corp., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Slap 'er down agin, Paw.
First Line: Maw and Paw was so dern sore, they woke me up one night
Chorus: Slap 'er down agin', Paw
Music by: Arnold, Polly, Alice Cornett, and Eddie Asherman.
Words by: Arnold, Polly, Alice Cornett, and Eddie Asherman.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Choice Music, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Smoke! smoke! smoke! (that cigarette).
First Line: Now I'm a feller with a heart of gold
Chorus: Smoke, smoke, smoke that cigarette
Music by: Travis, Merle, and Tex Williams.
Words by: Travis, Merle, and Tex Williams.
P/P/D: Hollywodd, Calif. : American Music, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: So round, so firm, so fully packed.
First Line: So round, so firm, so fully packed, that's my gal
Chorus: So round, so firm, so fully packed, that's my gal
Music by: Travis, Merle, Cliffie Stone, and Eddie Kirk.
Words by: Travis, Merle, Cliffie Stone, and Eddie Kirk.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : American Music, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Steppin' out with my baby.
First Line: If I seem to scintillate It's because I've got a date
Chorus: Steppin' out with my baby can't go wrong 'cause I'm in right
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Music Corporation, c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Tenderly.
First Line:
Chorus: The evening breeze caresses the trees tenderly
Music by: Gross, Walter.
Words by: Lawrence, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: There are just two I's in Dixie.
First Line: When I went to school, and learned the golden rule
Chorus: You'll find four S's in Mississippi where the Swanee river flows
Music by: Herscher, Louis.
Words by: Herscher, Louis.
P/P/D: New York City : Gate Music Co., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: With a hey and a hi and a ho ho ho!
First Line: With a hey and a hi and a ho ho ho!
Chorus: With a hey and a hi and a ho ho ho!
Music by: Mizzy, Vic.
Words by: Curtis, Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: A wonderful time up there.
First Line: Listen, ev'rybody 'cause I'm talkin' to you
Chorus: Ev'rybody's gonna have religion in glory
Music by: Abernathy, Lee Roy.
Words by: Abernathy, Lee Roy.
P/P/D: New York : Vogue Music Corp., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You do.
First Line: There's something so sincere and oh so real about you
Chorus: Who knows how much I love you?
Music by: Myrow, Josef.
Words by: Gordon, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Brigman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., c1947.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

____________________ 1948____________________

Title: 'A' You're adorable (the alphabet song).
First Line: When Johnny Jones was serenading Mary
Chorus: "A" you're adorable, "B" you're so beautiful
Music by: Kaye, Buddy, Fred Wise, and Sidney Lippman.
Words by: Kaye, Buddy, Fred Wise, and Sidney Lippman.
P/P/D: New York : Laurel Music Co., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Adam finds Eve.
First Line: I've been searching for you, darling
Chorus: You're the answer to my loneliness
Music by: Hall, David.
Words by: Curtis, Mary.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Again.
First Line:
Chorus: Again, this couldn't happen again
Music by: Newman, Lionel.
Words by: Cochran, Dorcas.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Bye bye blackbird.
First Line: Blackbird blackbird singing the blues all day
Chorus: Pack up all my care and woe
Music by: Henderson, Ray.
Words by: Dixon, Mort.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corp., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Deck of cards.
First Line: During the North African campaign a bunch of soldiers boys had been on a long hike
Chorus:
Music by: Tyler, T. Tex.
Words by: Tyler. T. Tex.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : American Music, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Donegal Rose.
First Line:
Chorus: When the blue of the night is descending
Music by: Elton, Louis.
Words by: Elton, Louis.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: For your love I'll always be longing.
First Line:
Chorus: For your love I'll always be longing
Music by: Hall, David.
Words by: Kiley, E. L.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Forever and always.
First Line:
Chorus: I'll love you ev'ryday, forever and always
Music by: Rinker, Al, and Floyd Huddleston.
Words by: Rinker, Al, and Floyd Huddleston.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Forever and ever.
First Line: Forever and ever my heart will be true
Chorus: Forever and ever my heart will be true
Music by: Winkler, Franz.
Words by: Rosa, Malia.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Hair of gold eyes of blue.
First Line: I came down from Butte, Montana for a little change of scene
Chorus: Hair of gold, eyes of blue, lips like cherry wine
Music by: Skylar, Sunny.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Robert Music Corp., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Heartbreaker.
First Line:
Chorus: Heartbreaker, the cutest gal in town
Music by: Berk, Morty, Frank Capano, and Max C. Freedman.
Words by: Berk, Morty, Frank Capano, and Max C. Freedman.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I love you so much it hurts.
First Line:
Chorus: I love you so much it hurts me
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Lane Publications, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I want you to want me (the way that I want you).
First Line: We plan to wed in Junetime when flow'rs are in bloom
Chorus: I want you to want me the way I want you
Music by: Lama, Jerry.
Words by: Newton, Al.
P/P/D: Mobile, Alabama : Al Newton, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: It's magic.
First Line: I've heard about Houdini and the rest of them
Chorus: You sigh, the song begins
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : M. Whitmark & Sons, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I'd give a million tomorrows (for just one yesterday).
First Line: Yesterday's mem'ries are still in my heart
Chorus: I'd give a million tomorrows for just one yesterday
Music by: Livingston, Jerry.
Words by: Berle, Milton.
P/P/D: New York : Oxford Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: A little bird told me.
First Line: A little bird told me that you love me and I believe that you do
Chorus:
Music by: Brooks, Harvey O.
Words by: Brooks, Harvey O.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Mañana (is soon enough for me).
First Line: The faucet, she is dripping and the fence she's falling down
Chorus: Mañana, mañana, mañana is soon enough for me
Music by: Lee, Peggy, and Dave Barbour.
Words by: Lee, Peggy, and Dave Barbour.
P/P/D: New York : Barbour- Lee Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: On a slow boat to China.
First Line: I'd love to get you on a slow boat to China
Chorus: I'd love to get you on a slow boat to China
Music by: Loesser, Frank.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Melrose Music Corp., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Open the door, Richard!
First Line: Raindrops down my collar, standing in the street
Chorus: Open the door, Richard
Music by: McVea, Jack, and Dan Howell.
Words by: Fletcher, "Dusty," and John Mason.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Powder your face with sunshine (Smile! smile! smile!).
First Line: Greet the new day with a sunny smile
Chorus: Powder your face with sunshine, put on a great big smile
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and Stanley Rochinski.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen, and Stanley Rochinski.
P/P/D: New York : Lombardo Music Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Rambling Rose.
First Line: Oh how they sigh when she passes by
Chorus: Ev'ryone knows she's a rambling rose
Music by: Burke, Joe.
Words by: McCarthy, Joseph Jr.
P/P/D: New York : Laurel Music Co., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: So in love.
First Line:
Chorus: Strange dear, but true, dear
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : T. B. Harms Company, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Tell me a story.
First Line: When I'm in your arms I'm so contented
Chorus: Tell me a story tell me no lie
Music by: Stock, Larry.
Words by: Sigler, Maurice.
P/P/D: New York : Laurel Music Co., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Tennessee Waltz.
First Line:
Chorus: I was waltzing with my darlin' to the Tennessee Waltz
Music by: Stewart, Redd, and Pee Wee King.
Words by: Stewart, Redd, and Pee Wee King.
P/P/D: Nashville, Tennessee : Acuff-Rose Publications, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: That's what I want most of all.
First Line:
Chorus: A cottage in the country, with roses climbing up high
Music by: Myre, Anita.
Words by: Myre, Anita.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Why do I love you honey.
First Line: It was in the early autumn
Chorus: Why do I love you honey
Music by: Hall, David.
Words by: Dyer, Mary F.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You can't be true, dear.
First Line: You can't be true, dear there's nothing more to say
Chorus: You can't be true, dear there's nothing more to say
Music by: Otten, Hans, and Ken Griffin.
Words by: Ebeler, Gerhard.
P/P/D: New York : The Biltmore Music Corporation, c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Your land and my land.
First Line: Where the mountains rise to the heavens
Chorus: For it's your land and my land
Music by: Rice, Gitz.
Words by: Rice, Gitz.
P/P/D: New York : Alliance Music Co., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You're too dangerous chérie.
First Line: I'm so afraid when we're alone
Chorus: You're too dangerous, Chérie
Music by: Louiguy.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Harms Inc., c1948.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

____________________ 1949____________________

Title: April in Portugal.
First Line: I found my April dream in Portugal with you
Chorus: I found my April dream in Portugal with you
Music by: Ferrão, Raul.
Words by: Kennedy, Jimmy.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Bali Ha'i.
First Line: Most people live on a lonely island lost in the middle of a foggy sea
Chorus: Bali Ha'i may call you any night, any day
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York : Williamson Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo (the magic song).
First Line: If your mind is in a dither, and you heart is in a haze
Chorus: Sa-la-ga-doo-la men-chic-ka boo-la bib-bi-di- bob-bi-di-boo
Music by: David, Mack, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
Words by: David, Mack, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
P/P/D: Burbank, California : Walt Disney Music Company, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Careless hands.
First Line:
Chorus: I let my heart fall into careless hands
Music by: Hilliard, Bob, and Carl Sigman.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob, and Carl Sigman.
P/P/D: New York : Melrose Music Corp., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Daddy's little girl.
First Line: Little girl of mine, with eyes of shining blue
Chorus: You're the end of the rainbow, my pot o' gold
Music by: Burke, Bobby, and Horace Gerlach.
Words by: Burke, Bobby, and Horace Gerlach.
P/P/D: New York : Beacon Music Co., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Dear hearts and gentle people.
First Line: There's a place I'd like to be and it's back in Tennessee
Chorus: I love those dear hearts and gentle people
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Don't think that it hasn't been heaven.
First Line: Just in case you believe, your embrace couldn't leave my poor heart in a terrible way
Chorus: Don't think that it hasn't been heaven
Music by: Blum, J. Robert.
Words by: Blum, J. Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Carnival Music Co., Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: A dream is a wish your heart makes.
First Line: When I was a little girl my father used to say
Chorus: A dream is a wish your heart makes
Music by: David, Mack, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
Words by: David, Mack, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston.
P/P/D: Burbank, Calif. : Walt Disney Music Company, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I don't care if the sun don't shine.
First Line: The sun contains a ray they label vitamin D
Chorus: I don't care if the sun don't shine
Music by: David, Mack.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I find you cheat-in' on me.
First Line: I find you cheatin' on me
Chorus:
Music by: Thompson, Hank.
Words by: Thompson, Hank.
P/P/D: Dallas, Texas : Metro Music, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: If you love me (really love me).
First Line:
Chorus: If the sun should tumble from the sky
Music by: Monnot, Marguerite.
Words by: Parsons, Geoffrey.
P/P/D: New York : France Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: It's a promise of the stars.
First Line: My nights are no longer lonely
Chorus: It's a promise of the stars that our love was meant to be
Music by: Greenfield, Eugene.
Words by: Greenfield, Eugene.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: I've got a lovely bunch of cocoanuts.
First Line: Down at an English fair one evening I was there
Chorus: I've got a loverly bunch of cocoanuts
Music by: Heatherton, Fred.
Words by: Heatherton, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Cornell Music, Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Mockin' bird hill tra la la twittle dee dee dee.
First Line: When the sun in the mornin' peeps over the hill
Chorus: Tra la la twittel dee dee dee
Music by: Horton, Vaughn.
Words by: Horton, Vaughn.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Mona Lisa.
First Line: In a villa in a little old Italian town lives a girl whose beauty shames the rose
Chorus: Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa men have named you
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 SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Mule train.
First Line: Mule train, mule train, clippity cloppin' ever hill and plain
Chorus:
Music by: Lange, Johnny, Hy Heath, and Fred Glickman.
Words by: Lange, Johnny, Hy Heath, and Fred Glickman.
P/P/D: Burbank, Calif. : Walt Disney Music Company, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: No more will I roam.
First Line:
Chorus: I have traveled over this wide world, but my traveling days are over
Music by: Buck, Ronald.
Words by: Anderson, Don R.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Oh baby, you I no can understand.
First Line: Oh baby, you I no can understand
Chorus: Now first you say you won't, and then you say you will
Music by: Hall, David.
Words by: Conder, Hubert.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Nordyke Publishing Company, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The old master painter.
First Line:
Chorus: The old master painter from the faraway hills
Music by: Smith, Beasley.
Words by: Gillespie, Haven.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: The prisoner's song.
First Line: I strolled into a courthouse, not many miles from here, a boy stood in the courtroom, his mother, she sat near
Chorus: The judge addressed the prisoner, these words to him did say: "I'm sorry to sit upon this bench, and see you here today
Music by: Borst, Arthur.
Words by: Borst, Arthur.
P/P/D: Newark : Borst Music Pub., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Riders in the sky (a cowboy legend).
First Line: An old cow poke went riding out one dark and windy day
Chorus: Yi-pi-yi-ay, yi-pi-yi-o the ghost herd in the sky
Music by: Jones, Stan.
Words by: Jones, Stan.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Room full of roses.
First Line:
Chorus: If I sent a rose to you for ev'ry time you made me blue
Music by: Spencer, Tim.
Words by: Spencer, Tim.
P/P/D: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Hill and Range Songs, Inc. and Tim Spencer Music, Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Shoo fly.
First Line: Old Massy got a nice young gal
Chorus: Shoo fly don't bother me
Music by: Borst, Arthur.
Words by: Bortst, Arthur.
P/P/D: Newark, NJ : Borst Music Pub. Co., Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Slipping around.
First Line:
Chorus: Seems I always have to slip around
Music by: Tillman, Floyd.
Words by: Tillman, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Corporation, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Some enchanted evening.
First Line: Some enchanted evening you may see a stranger
Chorus:
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York : Williamson Music Inc., c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: Ya wanna buy a bunny?
First Line: My 'rithmatic is gettin' bad I don't know what to do
Chorus: Now when I'm lookin' at the funnies I get as mad as I can be
Music by: Hoefle, Carl, and Del Porter.
Words by: Hoefle, Carl, and Del Porter.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Tune Towne Tunes, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

Title: You broke my heart (in little bitty pieces).
First Line: You broke my heart in little bitty pieces and spread them all over the ground
Chorus:
Music by: Thompson, Hank.
Words by: Thompson, Hank.
P/P/D: Dallas, Texas : Metro Music, c1949.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1945-1949

____________________ 1950____________________

Title: Be my love.
First Line:
Chorus: Be my love, for no one else can end this yearning
Music by: Brodszky, Nicholas.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A bushel and a peck.
First Line: I love you a bushel and a peck
Chorus: About you, about you 'cause I love you a bushel and a peck
Music by: Loesser, Frank.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Susan Publications, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Can anyone explain? (no! no! no!).
First Line: Down through the years they've tried to explain the joys, the tears of love
Chorus: Can anyone explain the thrill of a kiss
Music by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
Words by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
P/P/D: New York : Valando Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Chattanoogie shoe shine boy.
First Line:
Chorus: Have you ever passed the corner of Fourth and Grand where a little ball of rhythm has a shoe shine stand
Music by: Stone, Harry, and Jack Stapp.
Words by: Stone, Harry, and Jack Stapp.
P/P/D: Nashville, Tennessee : Acuff- Rose Publications, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Could be.
First Line:
Chorus: Picture a garden flooded with moonlight and you sitting next to me
Music by: Clarke, Marty.
Words by: Haymes, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Everything I do.
First Line: Ev'rything, just ev'rything, anything, just anything
Chorus: Ev'rything I do I do for you
Music by: Wright, Washburne.
Words by: Wright, Washburne.
P/P/D: Detroit, Mich. : Shelby Music Publishing Co., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Frosty The Snow Man.
First Line: Frosty, the Snow Man was a jolly happy soul, with a corn cob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal
Chorus: Thumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump. Look at Frosty go. Thumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump over the hills of snow.
Music by: Nelson, Steve, and Jack Rollins.
Words by: Nelson, Steve, and Jack Rollins.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Good luck, good health, God bless you.
First Line: Old friends must sometimes be parted that's a saying old and true
Chorus: Good luck, good health, God bless you That's all my heart can say
Music by: Adams, Chas., and A. LeRoyal.
Words by: Adams, Chas., and A. LeRoyal.
P/P/D: London : Carolin Music Co. Ltd., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Goodnight, Irene.
First Line: Irene goodnight Irene goodnight
Chorus: Irene goodnight Irene goodnight
Music by: Ledbetter, Huddie, and John Lomax.
Words by: Ledbetter, Huddie, and John Lomax.
P/P/D: New York : Spencer Music Corp., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Heartbreak hotel.
First Line: Now since my baby left me
Chorus:
Music by: Boren, Mae, Tommy Durden, and Elvis Presley.
Words by: Boren, Mae, Tommy Durden, and Elvis Presley.
P/P/D: New York : Tree Publishing Co., Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hold my hand.
First Line: So this is the kingdom of heaven, so this is the sweet promised land
Chorus:
Music by: Lawrence, Jack, and Richard Myers.
Words by: Lawrence, Jack, and Richard Myers.
P/P/D: Hollywood, California : Fred Raphael Music, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hoop-dee-doo.
First Line: Hoop-dee-doo, hoop-dee-doo, I hear a polka and my troubles are through
Chorus: Hoop-dee-doo, hoop-dee-doo, I hear a polka and my troubles are through
Music by: DeLugg, Milton.
Words by: Loesser, Frank.
P/P/D: New York : Susan Publications, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I didn't slip, I wasn't pushed, I fell.
First Line: I was caught in the trap of love
Chorus: I didn't slip, I wasn't pushed, I fell
Music by: Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle.
Words by: Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I said my pajamas (and put on my pray'rs).
First Line: My baby kissed me goodnight, and I am glad to relate
Chorus: I climbed up the door, and opened the stairs; I said my pajamas and put on my pray'rs
Music by: Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle.
Words by: Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I still get a thrill (thinking of you).
First Line: I met you, I loved you, the world was mine
Chorus: Because I still get a thrill thinking of you
Music by: Coots, J. Fred.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Words and Music, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: If.
First Line: You are my sweet ideal
Chorus: If they made me a king, I'd be but a slave to you
Music by: Evans, Tolchard.
Words by: Hargreaves, Robert, and Stanley J. Damerell.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: It is no secret (what God can do).
First Line: The chimes of time ring out the news, another day is through
Chorus: It is no secret what God can do
Music by: Hamblen, Stuart.
Words by: Hamblen, Stuart.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Let's go to church (next Sunday morning).
First Line:
Chorus: Let's go to church next Sunday morning
Music by: Allen, Steve.
Words by: Allen, Steve.
P/P/D: New York : Beechwood Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Let's have a party.
First Line: Oh! what an evening and oo! what a kiss
Chorus: Let's have a party
Music by: Baxter, Phil.
Words by: Friend, Cliff, and Joe Haymes.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Never say love.
First Line:
Chorus: Never say love until you're really sure
Music by: Copeland, Bill, and Bob Smith.
Words by: Copeland, Bill, and Bob Smith.
P/P/D: Columbus, OH : My-Bob-Music, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Orange colored sky.
First Line:
Chorus: I was walkin' along mindin' my business
Music by: DeLugg, Milton, and Willie Stein.
Words by: DeLugg, Milton, and Willie Stein.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Patricia.
First Line: The girl in the song is Patricia
Chorus: Oh! Patricia, my darlin' Patricia, I can see all my dreams in your eyes
Music by: Davis, Benny.
Words by: Davis, Benny.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Peter Cottontail.
First Line:
Chorus: Here comes Peter Cottontail, hoppin' down the bunny trail
Music by: Nelson, Steve, and Jack Rollins.
Words by: Nelson, Steve, and Jack Rollins.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968
Note: Two versions of this title are held.

Title: Sentimental fool.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm a sentimental fool that's all
Music by: Krum, Jim, and Cliff Parman.
Words by: Krum, Jim, and Cliff Parman.
P/P/D: Chicago : Clifford Music Company, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Sentimental me.
First Line:
Chorus: Sentimental me guess I'll always be so in love with you
Music by: Morehead, Jim, and Jimmy Cassin.
Words by: Morehead, Jim, and Jimmy Cassin.
P/P/D: New York : Knickerbocker Music Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The thing.
First Line: While I was walking down the beach one bright and sunny day
Chorus: While I was walking down the beach one bright and sunny day
Music by: Grean, Charles R.
Words by: Grean, Charles R.
P/P/D: New York : Hollins Music Company, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tzena tzena tzena.
First Line: Tzena, tzena, tzena, can't you hear the music playing
Chorus:
Music by: Ross, Spencer.
Words by: Jenkins, Gordon.
P/P/D: New York : Cromwell Music, Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: We Yanks will give you hell past the 38th parrellel.
First Line: We Americans are peaceful ordinarily, love life so merrily, but we can fight if we have to
Chorus: We yanks will give you hell, past the thirty-eighth parallel
Music by: Richter, Wm. B.
Words by: Richter, Wm. B.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : William B. Richter, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: You don't have to be a baby to cry.
First Line:
Chorus: You don't have to be a baby to cry
Music by: Merrill, Bob, and Terry Shand.
Words by: Merrill, Bob, and Terry Shand.
P/P/D: New York : R.F.D. Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: You wonderful you.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm glad I met you, you wonderful you
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Brooks, Jack, and Saul Chaplin.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1950.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1951____________________

Title: Be my life's companion.
First Line: Be my life's companion and you'll never grow old
Chorus: Love and health and happiness are yours to have and hold
Music by: Hilliard, Bob, and Milton DeLugg.
Words by: Hilliard, Bob, and Milton DeLugg.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Beautiful brown eyes.
First Line: Willie, oh Willie, I love you, love you with all my heart
Chorus: Beautiful, beautiful, brown eyes, Beautiful, beautiful, brown eyes, Beautiful, beautiful, brown eyes,
Music by: Walters, Grace.
Words by: Walters, Grace.
P/P/D: New York : Pickwick Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Boomp! pa-deedle doddle.
First Line:
Chorus: Boomp! padeedle doddle, boomp! pa-doo Boomp! padeedle doddle's something new
Music by: Hughes, Glenn, Ruth Phalen, Rex Phalen, Dorothy Todd, and Arthur Todd.
Words by: Hughes, Glenn, Ruth Phalen, Rex Phalen, Dorothy Todd, and Arthur Todd.
P/P/D: New York : Lee Finburgh, Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Cherry pink and apple blossom white.
First Line:
Chorus: It's cherry pink and apple blossom white, when your true lover comes your way
Music by: Louiguy.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The chicken song (I ain't gonna take it settin' down).
First Line: Cockadoodledoo, bless our old hen, she lays eggs the best she can
Chorus: Our old red hen was on her nest, she tried to sleep, but couldn't rest
Music by: Shand, Terry, and Bob Merrill.
Words by: Shand, Terry, and Bob Merrill.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Come on-a my house.
First Line: One lonely immigrant boy, going from work one day, see fine U.S. number one girlie
Chorus: Come on-a my house-a, my house, I'm gonna give-a you candy
Music by: Bagdasarian, Ross, and William Saroyan.
Words by: Bagdasarian, Ross, and William Saroyan.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Cry.
First Line:
Chorus: If your sweetheart sends a letter of goodbye, it's no secret you'll feel better if you cry
Music by: Kohlman, Churchill.
Words by: Kohlman, Churchill.
P/P/D: New York : Mellow Music Publishing, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Dance me loose.
First Line: A little Dutch girl in Sheboygan was perfect in English at school
Chorus: I warm so easy so dance me loose, dance me loose, dance me loose.
Music by: Erwin, Lee.
Words by: Howard, Mel.
P/P/D: New York : Erwin-Howard Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Eleanor.
First Line: 'Tho she's pretty as an angel there's a pixie in her eyes
Chorus:
Music by: Wayne, Mabel.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Skidmore Music Co. Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Evertrue evermore.
First Line: I have been a fickle lover, as down the path of love I ranged
Chorus: Evertrue evermore will I be, ever constant my heart like the sea.
Music by: Rhodes, Duke, and Kermit Goell.
Words by: Rhodes, Duke, and Kermit Goell.
P/P/D: New York : Supreme Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I get ideas.
First Line: When we are dancing and you're dangerously near me, I get ideas, I get ideas
Chorus:
Music by: Sanders.
Words by: Cochran, Dorcas.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs, Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I love the way you say goodnight.
First Line: There's so much about you that's lovable
Chorus: I love the way you say goodnight
Music by: Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle.
Words by: Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A kiss to build a dream on.
First Line: How am I to bear this separation?
Chorus: Give me a kiss to build a dream on
Music by: Kalmar, Bert, Harry Ruby, and Oscar Hammerstein II.
Words by: Kalmar, Bert, Harry Ruby, and Oscar Hammerstein II.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The little white cloud that cried.
First Line: I went strolling down by the river, feeling very sad inside
Chorus: The little white cloud that cried
Music by: Ray, Johnny.
Words by: Ray, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Carlyle Music Publishing Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: My truly, truly fair.
First Line: Some men plough the open plain, some men sail the brine
Chorus: My truly, truly fair, truly, truly fair, how I love my truely fair.
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by: Merrill, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy, Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Never let me go.
First Line:
Chorus: Never let me go
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Pretty eyed baby.
First Line: Pretty eyed baby, pretty eyed baby, pretty eyed baby, (pretty eyed baby,) we can have a lot of fun
Chorus: Pretty eyed baby, (pretty eyed baby,) we can have a lot of fun
Music by: Williams, Mary Lou, and William Johnson.
Words by: Williams, Mary Lou, and William Johnson.
P/P/D: New York : Pickwick Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Shot-gun boogie.
First Line: There it stands in the corner with the barrel so straight
Chorus: Shot-gun boogie, I done saw your track
Music by: "Tennessee" Ernie Ford.
Words by: "Tennessee" Ernie Ford.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Century Songs, Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Shrimp boats (a comin'-there's dancin' tonight).
First Line: Shrimp boats is a comin', their sails are in sight
Chorus: Shrimp boats is a comin', their sails are in sight
Music by: Howard, Paul Mason, and Paul Weston.
Words by: Howard, Paul Mason, and Paul Weston.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Sin.
First Line:
Chorus: Take away the breath of flowers, it would surely be a sin.
Music by: Hoven, George.
Words by: Shull, Chester R.
P/P/D: New York : Algonquin Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Slow poke.
First Line:
Chorus: You keep me waitin' till it's gettin' aggravatin', you're a slow poke
Music by: Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart, and Chilton Price.
Words by: Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart, and Chilton Price.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Ridgeway Music Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Sparrow in the tree top.
First Line: Don't look at me, sweetheart, with scorn in your eyes
Chorus: Sparrow in the tree top, sparrow in the tree top tho' he loves his mate
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by: Merrill, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy, Inc., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tell me why.
First Line:
Chorus: Tell me why, though I try to forget tell me why
Music by: Gold, Marty.
Words by: Alberts, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Signet Music Co., c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: They were doin' the mambo.
First Line: I went a ridin' home down to Santa Fe
Chorus: They were doin' the mambo
Music by: Burke, Sonny, and Don Raye.
Words by: Burke, Sonny, and Don Raye.
P/P/D: New York : Mayfair Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tom's tune.
First Line:
Chorus: Put a nickle in, lend an ear to Tom's tune
Music by: Gillette and Busch.
Words by: Gillette and Busch.
P/P/D: New York : Laurel Music Corporation, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: White silver sands.
First Line: Where the deep blue pearly waters wash upon white silver sands
Chorus: Where the deep blue pearly waters wash upon white silver sands
Music by: Matthews, Charles G. (Red).
Words by: Matthews, Charles G. (Red).
P/P/D: New York : Fellows Music, c1951.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1952____________________

Title: Because you're mine.
First Line:
Chorus: Because you're mine the brightest star I see looks down, my love, and envys me
Music by: Brodszky, Nicholas.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The bunny hop.
First Line:
Chorus: Put your right foot forward put your left foot out do the bunny hop
Music by: Anthony, Ray, and Leonard Auletti.
Words by: Anthony, Ray, and Leonard Auletti.
P/P/D: New York : Moonlight Music, Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Count your blessings instead of sheep.
First Line: When I'm worried and I can't sleep, I count my blessings instead of sheep
Chorus:
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Don't let the stars get in your eyes.
First Line: Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Chorus: Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Music by: Willet, Slim.
Words by: Willet, Slim.
P/P/D: New York : Four Star Sales Company, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Faith.
First Line:
Chorus: Faith, in all you say and all you do, faith in each new day I share with you
Music by: Evans, Tolchard.
Words by: Huddleston, Floyd.
P/P/D: New York : J.J. Robbins & Sons, Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I went to your wedding.
First Line:
Chorus: I went to your wedding altho' I was dreading the thought of losing you
Music by: Robinson, Jessie Mae.
Words by: Robinson, Jessie Mae.
P/P/D: New York : St. Louis Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Just a little corner in your heart.
First Line:
Chorus: Just a little corner in your heart
Music by: King, Walter.
Words by: Stuart, Robert.
P/P/D: Madison, Florida : Suwannee Song Hit Studios, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Kansas City.
First Line: I'm goin' to Kansas City; Kansas City here I come
Chorus: I'm goin' to Kansas City; Kansas City here I come
Music by: Stoller, Mike, and Jerry Leiber.
Words by: Stoller, Mike, and Jerry Leiber.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Armo Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Keep it a secret.
First Line:
Chorus: If you see my darling with somebody new keep it a secret
Music by: Robinson, Jessie Mae.
Words by: Robinson, Jessie Mae.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The man with the banjo.
First Line:
Chorus: Who's that coming? Who's that strumming?
Music by: Reichel, Fritz Schulz.
Words by: Mellin, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Robert Mellin Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Pretend.
First Line:
Chorus: Pretend you're happy when you're blue
Music by: Douglas, Lew, Cliff Parman, and Frank Lavere.
Words by: Douglas, Lew, Cliff Parman, and Frank Lavere.
P/P/D: Chicago : Brandom Music Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Take these chains from my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: Take these chains from my heart and set me free
Music by: Rose, Fred, and Hy Heath.
Words by: Rose, Fred, and Hy Heath.
P/P/D: Nashville, Tennessee : Milene Music, Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Takes two to tango.
First Line: Takes two to tango, two to tango
Chorus: Takes two to tango, two to tango
Music by: Hoffman, Al, and Dick Manning.
Words by: Hoffman, Al, and Dick Manning.
P/P/D: New York : Harman Music, Inc., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Till I waltz again with you.
First Line:
Chorus: Till I waltz again with you let no other hold your charms
Music by: Prosen, Sidney.
Words by: Prosen, Sidney.
P/P/D: New York : Village Music Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Trying.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm trying to forget you
Music by: Vaughn, Billy.
Words by: Vaughn, Billy.
P/P/D: Gallatin, Tenn : Randy- Smith Music Corp., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wheel of fortune.
First Line:
Chorus: The wheel of fortune goes spinning around; will the arrow point my way?
Music by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
Words by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
P/P/D: New York : Laurel Music Corporation, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Why don't you believe me.
First Line:
Chorus: Why don't you believe me it's you I adore
Music by: Douglas, Lew, King Laney, and Roy Rodde.
Words by: Douglas, Lew, King Laney, and Roy Rodde.
P/P/D: Chicago : Brandom Music Co., c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wish you were here.
First Line: Where is the wonder as each day would start
Chorus: They're not making the skies as blue this year
Music by: Rome, Harold.
Words by: Rome, Harold.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc, c1952.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1953____________________

Title: Butterflies.
First Line: Love can make your head go round
Chorus: Darling, why do I get butterflies
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by: Merrill, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Santly- Joy, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Call me irresponsible.
First Line: Seems I'm always making resolutions
Chorus: Call me irresponsible, call me unreliable, throw in undependable to.
Music by: Van Heusen, James.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Can't I.
First Line:
Chorus: Can't I, will I, ever love you again
Music by: Lovett, Leroy.
Words by: Lovett, Leroy.
P/P/D: New York : Harvard Music Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Cry me a river.
First Line:
Chorus: Now you say you're lonely, you cried the whole night thru
Music by: Hamilton, Arthur.
Words by: Hamilton, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Saunders Publications, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Crying in the chapel.
First Line: You saw me crying in the chapel
Chorus:
Music by: Glenn, Artie.
Words by: Glenn, Artie.
P/P/D: Knoxville, Tenn : Valley Publishers, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The girl from Ipanema.
First Line:
Chorus: Tall and tan and young and lovely
Music by: Jobim, Antonio Carlos.
Words by: Gimbel, Norman.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hey Joe.
First Line: Hey Joe, where'd ya find that pearly girlie?
Chorus:
Music by: Bryant, Boudleaux.
Words by: Bryant, Boudleaux.
P/P/D: New York : Tannen Music Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I believe.
First Line:
Chorus: I believe for ev'ry drop of rain that falls, a flower grows
Music by: Drake, Ervin, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl, and Al Stillman.
Words by: Drake, Ervin, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl, and Al Stillman.
P/P/D: New York : Cromwell Music, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I need you now.
First Line:
Chorus: If I ever needed you, I need you now
Music by: Crane, Jimmie, and Al Jacobs.
Words by: Crane, Jimmie, and Al Jacobs.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I understand just how you feel.
First Line:
Chorus: I understand just how you feel
Music by: Best, Pat.
Words by: Best, Pat.
P/P/D: New York : Jubilee Music Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: If I had my life to live over.
First Line: As I review my life with you since the days of old
Chorus: If I had my life to live over I'd do the same things again
Music by: Vincent, Larry, Henry Tobias, and Moe Jaffe.
Words by: Vincent, Larry, Henry Tobias, and Moe Jaffe.
P/P/D: New York : General Music Publishing Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I'm walking behind you.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm walking behind you on your wedding day
Music by: Reid, Billy.
Words by: Reid, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Just another polka.
First Line: This is just another polka
Chorus: This is just another polka
Music by: Loesser, Frank, and Milton DeLugg.
Words by: Loesser, Frank, and Milton DeLugg.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corp., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Just walking in the rain.
First Line:
Chorus: Just walking in the rain
Music by: Bragg, Johnny, and Robert S. Riley.
Words by: Bragg, Johnny, and Robert S. Riley.
P/P/D: New York : Golden West Melodies, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Manhattan.
First Line: Summer journeys to Niagra and to other places aggravate all our cares
Chorus: We'll have Manhattan the Bronx and Staten Island too
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hart, Lorenz.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: My one and only heart.
First Line: My one and only heart
Chorus: My one and only heart
Music by: Allen, Robert.
Words by: Stillman, Al.
P/P/D: New York : Roncom Music Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Open up your heart (and let the sunshine in).
First Line: Mommy told me something a little girl should know
Chorus: So let the sunshine in
Music by: Hamblen, Stuart.
Words by: Hamblen, Stuart.
P/P/D: Arcadia, Calif. : Hamblen Music Co., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A purple cow.
First Line: The very day the day we kissed, I went to see my oculist
Chorus: I never thought I'd ever see a purple cow
Music by: Spielman, Fred.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: Los Angeles : Artists Music Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Ricochet (Rick-o-shay).
First Line: They warned me when you kissed me
Chorus: I don't want a ricochet romance
Music by: Coleman, Larry, Joe Darion, and Norman Gimbel.
Words by: Coleman, Larry, Joe Darion, and Norman Gimbel.
P/P/D: New York : Sheldon Music, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Rock around the clock.
First Line: One, two, three o'clock, four o'clock, rock
Chorus: Put your glad rags on and join me, hon
Music by: Freedman, Max C., and Jimmy De Knight.
Words by: Freedman, Max C., and Jimmy De Knight.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Myers Music, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Ruby.
First Line:
Chorus: They say, Ruby, you're like a dream
Music by: Roemheld, Heinz.
Words by: Parish, Mitchell.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Say you're mine again.
First Line:
Chorus: Say the sun will never shine again
Music by: Nathan, Charles, and Dave Heisler.
Words by: Nathan, Charles, and Dave Heisler.
P/P/D: New York : Blue- River Music Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Seven lonely days.
First Line: Seven lonely days make one lonely week
Chorus: Oh, my darling, you're crying, boo, hoo, hoo, hoo
Music by: Shuman, Earl, Alden Shuman, and Marshall Brown.
Words by: Shuman, Earl, Alden Shuman, and Marshall Brown.
P/P/D: New York : Jefferson Music Co. Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The song from Moulin Rouge (where is your heart).
First Line:
Chorus: Whenever we kiss I worry and wonder
Music by: Auric, Georges.
Words by: Engvick, William.
P/P/D: New York : Broadcast Music Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tell me a story.
First Line: Oh worry, worry, weary ends my day
Chorus: Tell me a story
Music by: Gilkyson, Terry.
Words by: Gilkyson, Terry.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : American Music, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The Tennessee wig-walk.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm a bowlegged chicken, I'm a knock-kneed hen
Music by: Coleman, Larry.
Words by: Gimbel, Norman.
P/P/D: New York : Village Music Company, c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: That doggie in the window.
First Line: How much is that doggie in the window?
Chorus: How much is that doggie in the window?
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by: Merrill, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Santly-Joy, Inc., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Vaya con Dios (May God be with you).
First Line:
Chorus: Now the hacienda's dark the town is sleeping
Music by: Russell, Larry, Inez James, and Buddy Pepper.
Words by: Russell, Larry, Inez James, and Buddy Pepper.
P/P/D: New York : Ardmore Music Corp., c1953.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1954____________________

Title: All I want is all there is and then some.
First Line: All I want is all there is and then some
Chorus:
Music by: Bagdasarian, Ross.
Words by: Bagdasarian, Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corp., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Cross over the bridge.
First Line: If you're a guy who's had a gal in each and ev'ry port
Chorus: Cross over the bridge
Music by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
Words by: Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss.
P/P/D: New York : Laurel Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do.
First Line: Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do, that's how teacher says love must go
Chorus: Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do, do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do
Music by: Potter, Harold.
Words by: Brown, W. Frank.
P/P/D: New York City : La Casa Del Rio Music Publications, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Fascination.
First Line: It was fascination I know, and it might have ended then right at the start
Chorus:
Music by: Marchetti, F. D.
Words by: Manning, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publication Co., Ltd., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Forgetful me.
First Line:
Chorus: Forgetful me, didn't say that I love you
Music by: Haney, Ray, and Polly Arnold.
Words by: Haney, Ray, and Polly Arnold.
P/P/D: New York : Esquire Music, Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Goodnight, sweetheart, goodnight.
First Line: Goodnight, sweetheart, well, it's time to go
Chorus: Goodnight, sweetheart, well, it's time to go
Music by: Carter, Calvin, and James Hudson.
Words by: Carter, Calvin, and James Hudson.
P/P/D: New York : Arc Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hearts of stone.
First Line:
Chorus: Hearts made of stone will never break
Music by: Jackson, Rudy.
Words by: Ray, Eddy.
P/P/D: New York : Regent Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: If I give my heart to you.
First Line:
Chorus: If I give my heart to you, will you handle it with care
Music by: Crane, Jimmie, Al Jacobs, and Jimmy Brewster.
Words by: Crane, Jimmie, Al Jacobs, and Jimmy Brewster.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hernando's hideaway.
First Line:
Chorus: I know a dark secluded place
Music by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
Words by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hey there.
First Line:
Chorus: Hey there, you with the stars in your eyes
Music by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
Words by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The little shoemaker (le petit cordonnier).
First Line: In the shoemaker's shop this refrain would never stop
Chorus: Shoes to set my feet a dancing, dancing, dancing, dancing, all the day
Music by: Revil, Rudi.
Words by: Parsons, Geoffrey, and John Turner.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Little things mean a lot.
First Line:
Chorus: Blow me a kiss from across the room
Music by: Lindeman, Edith, and Carl Stutz.
Words by: Lindeman, Edith, and Carl Stutz.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Lullaby of birdland.
First Line:
Chorus: Lullaby of birdland that's what I always hear when you sigh.
Music by: Shearing, George.
Words by: Forster, B.Y.
P/P/D: New York : Patricia Music Publishing, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Make yourself comfortable.
First Line: Ooh, ooh, make yourself comfortable
Chorus: Ooh, ooh, make yourself comfortable
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by: Merrill, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Rylan Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Memories of you.
First Line: Why, can't I forget like I should?
Chorus: Waking skies at sunrise ev'ry sunset, too seems to be bringing me memories of you
Music by: Blake, Eubie.
Words by: Razaf, Andy.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Company Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Melody of love.
First Line:
Chorus: Hold me in your arms, dear, dream with me
Music by: Engelmann, H.
Words by: Glazer, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Mister Sandman.
First Line:
Chorus: Mister sandman bring me a dream
Music by: Ballard, Pat.
Words by: Ballard, Pat.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Oh baby mine (I get so lonely).
First Line: Oh baby mine I get so lonely when I dream about you
Chorus: I get so lonely when I dream about you
Music by: Ballard, Pat.
Words by: Ballard, Pat.
P/P/D: New York : Melrose Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Our G.I. Joe is Johnny our G.I. girl is jo-c-jo.
First Line: God bless America, our G.I. Joes and jo-c-jos each day
Chorus: Our G.I. Joe is our boy Johnny our Josephine is jo-c-jo
Music by: Sanders, Clayton A.
Words by: Sanders, Clayton A.
P/P/D: Indianapolis, IN : CAS Publisher, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Papa loves mambo.
First Line:
Chorus: Papa loves mambo mama loves mambo look at 'em sway with it gettin' so gay
Music by: Hoffman, Al, Dick Manning, and Bix Reichner.
Words by: Hoffman, Al, Dick Manning, and Bix Reichner.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Shake rattle and roll.
First Line: Get out from that kitchen and rattle those pots and pans
Chorus: Shake rattle and roll, shake rattle and roll
Music by: Calhoun, Charles.
Words by: Calhoun, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Progressive Music Co., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Silk stockings.
First Line: So the dream was doomed to die
Chorus: Silk stockings, I touch them and find the joys that remind me of you
Music by: Porter, Cole.
Words by: Porter, Cole.
P/P/D: New York : Buxton Hill Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Smile.
First Line:
Chorus: Smile, tho' your heart is aching, smile
Music by: Chaplin, Charles.
Words by: Turner, John, and Geoffrey Parsons.
P/P/D: New York : Bourne, Inc., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Teach me tonight.
First Line:
Chorus: Did you say, "I've got a lot to learn?"
Music by: DePaul, Gene.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: This ole house.
First Line: This ole house once knew my children
Chorus: Ain't agonna need this house no longer
Music by: Hamblen, Stuart.
Words by: Hamblen, Stuart.
P/P/D: Arcadia, CA : Hamblen Music Co., c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wanted.
First Line: My friends were right, they said beware of {her, him} {she'd, he'd} violate the laws of love
Chorus: Wanted, someone who kissed me and held me closely, then stole my heart
Music by: Fulton, Jack, and Lois Steele.
Words by: Fulton, Jack, and Lois Steele.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Young at heart.
First Line:
Chorus: Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you
Music by: Richards, Johnny.
Words by: Leigh, Carolyn.
P/P/D: New York : Sunbeam Music Corporation, c1954.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1955____________________

Title: Ain't that a shame.
First Line: You made me cry when you said goodbye
Chorus:
Music by: Domino, Antoine, and Dave Bartholomew.
Words by: Domino, Antoine, and Dave Bartholomew.
P/P/D: Hollywood, CA : Commodore Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The Bible tells me so.
First Line: Have faith, hope, and charity, that's the way to live successfully. How do I know? the bible tells me so.
Chorus:
Music by: Dale, Evans.
Words by: Dale, Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount-Roy Rogers Music Co., Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Happiness street (corner sunshine square).
First Line:
Chorus: Why am I happy? Why am I gay? Me and my baby just moved out today
Music by: Wolfson, Mack, and Edward R. White.
Words by: Wolfson, Mack, and Edward R. White.
P/P/D: New York : Planetary Music Publishing Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Heart.
First Line:
Chorus: You've gotta have heart, all you really need is heart
Music by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
Words by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Learnin' the blues.
First Line:
Chorus: The tables are empty, the dance floor's deserted
Music by: Silvers, Dolores Vicki.
Words by: Silvers, Dolores Vicki.
P/P/D: New York : Barton Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Mack the knife.
First Line: Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear and he shows them pearly white.
Chorus:
Music by: Weill, Kurt.
Words by: English: Blitzstein, Marc, and Bert German: Brecht.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Marie.
First Line: There's a gleam in your eyes, Marie, and the meaning is plain to see
Chorus: Marie the dawn is breaking
Music by: Berlin, Irving.
Words by: Berlin, Irving.
P/P/D: New York : Irving Berlin Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: My bonnie lassie.
First Line: Drums in my heart are drummin' I hear the bag-pipes hummin'
Chorus: My bonnie lassie's comin', comin' to me
Music by: Bennett, Roy C., Sid Tepper, and Marion McClurg.
Words by: Bennett, Roy C., Sid Tepper, and Marion McClurg.
P/P/D: New York : Blossom Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: One, two, three.
First Line:
Chorus: One, two, three oh, that's how element'ry it's gonna be
Music by: Madara, John, David White, and Leonard Borisoff.
Words by: Madara, John, David White, and Leonard Borisoff.
P/P/D: New York : Champion Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Only you (and you alone).
First Line:
Chorus: Only you can make this world seem right
Music by: Ram, Buck, and Ande Rand.
Words by: Ram, Buck, and Ande Rand.
P/P/D: New York : Wildwood Music, Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: O'er meadowlands.
First Line: O'er meadlowlands the dawn breaks through unfolding misty feils of morning dew
Chorus:
Music by: Caruso, Yvonne.
Words by: Caruso, Yvonne.
P/P/D: New York : Edward Schuberth & Co., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The rock and roll waltz.
First Line: One night I was late came home from a date
Chorus: One, two and then rock one, two and then roll they did the rock and roll waltz
Music by: Allen, Shorty.
Words by: Ware, Dick.
P/P/D: New York : Sheldon Music, Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Seventeen.
First Line: Seventeen, seventeen, cool and solid seventeen.
Chorus: Seventeen, seventeen, cool and solid seventeen.
Music by: Young Jr., John F., Chuck Gorman, and Boyd Bennett.
Words by: Young Jr., John F., Chuck Gorman, and Boyd Bennett.
P/P/D: New York : Lois Publishing Company, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Something's gotta give.
First Line:
Chorus: When an irresistible force such as you meets an old immovable object like me
Music by: Mercer, Johnny.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wake the town and tell the people.
First Line: They stood there in the moonlight, she sighed and spoke his name
Chorus: Wake the town and tell the people
Music by: Livingston, Jerry.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Joy Music Inc., c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Whatever Lola wants.
First Line:
Chorus: Whatever Lola wants Lola gets, and little man, little Lola wants you
Music by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
Words by: Adler, Richard, and Jerry Ross.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The wallflower (dance with me Henry).
First Line: Hey baby! What do I have to do?
Chorus: Dance with me Henry, all right baby
Music by: Rogers, James Etta, and Phyliss Otis.
Words by: Rogers, James Etta, and Phyliss Otis.
P/P/D: New York : Modern Music Publishing, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The yellow rose of Texas.
First Line: There's a yellow rose in Texas, that I am going to see
Chorus: She's the sweetest little rosebud, that Texas ever knew
Music by: George, Don.
Words by: George, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Planetary Music Publishing Corporation, c1955.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1956____________________

Title: Be-bop-a-lula.
First Line:
Chorus: Be-bop-a-lula, she's my baby, be-bop-a-lula, I don't mean maybe
Music by: Vincent, Gene, and Sheriff Tex Davis.
Words by: Vincent, Gene, and Sheriff Tex Davis.
P/P/D: New York : Lowery Music Company, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Blanche.
First Line:
Chorus: I took a walk one day with Blanche, along the avenue of romance
Music by: Stropoli, Frank, Anthony Grochowski, Joseph Francavilla, and Nick Cutrone.
Words by: Stropoli, Frank, Anthony Grochowski, Joseph Francavilla, and Nick Cutrone.
P/P/D: New York : A.D.T. Enterprises, Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Can you find it in your heart?
First Line: Ever since we said goodbye
Chorus: Can you find it in your heart to forgive me?
Music by: Allen, Robert.
Words by: Stillman, Al.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Filipino baby.
First Line: There's a warship form Manila, sailing proudly o'er the foam
Chorus: She's my Filipino baby, she's my treasure and my pet
Music by: Cox, Billy, and Clarke Van Ness.
Words by: Cox, Billy, and Clarke Van Ness.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The green door.
First Line: Midnight, one more night without sleepin'
Chorus: Midnight, one more night without sleepin'
Music by: Davie, Bob.
Words by: Moore, Marvin.
P/P/D: New York : Trinity Music, Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I wish you love (que reste-t-il de nos amours?).
First Line: Goodbye, no use leading with our chins, this is where our story ends
Chorus: I wish you bluebirds in the spring, to give your heart a song to sing
Music by: Trenet, Charles.
Words by: English: Beach, Albert A., and Charles French: Trenet.
P/P/D: New York : Leeds Music Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The money tree.
First Line: Pull up an easy chair and sit yourself down and lean back
Chorus: Oh, the money tree, the money tree, it's a beautiful sight to see
Music by: McIntyre, Mark.
Words by: Ferre, Cliff.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: On the street where you live.
First Line: Darling, there's the tree you run to when it starts to rain
Chorus: I have often walked down this street before
Music by: Loewe, Frederick.
Words by: Lerner, Alan Jay.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A sweet old fashioned girl (skoob-el-ee doo-bee-dum).
First Line: Wouldn't anybody care to meet a sweet old fashioned girl?
Chorus: Wouldn't anybody care to meet a sweet old fashioned girl?
Music by: Merrill, Bob.
Words by: Merrill, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Valyr Music Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tonight you belong to me.
First Line:
Chorus: I know you belong to somebody new, but tonight you belong to me.
Music by: David, Lee.
Words by: Rose, Billy.
P/P/D: New York : Double-A Music Corporation, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wild cherry.
First Line:
Chorus: Wild, wild, wild, wild, wild cherry, living high and, oh, so merry
Music by: Curtis, Eddie.
Words by: Curtis, Eddie.
P/P/D: New York : Hollis Music, Inc., c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wringle wrangle.
First Line:
Chorus: Wringle, wrangle jing-a-jong jangle hey!
Music by: Jones, Stan.
Words by: Jones, Stan.
P/P/D: New York : Walt Disney Music Company, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Why do fools fall in love?
First Line: Oo-wah, oo-wah, oo-wah, oo-wah, oo-wah, oo-wah, why do fools fall in love?
Chorus: Love is a losing game, love can be a shame
Music by: Lymon, Frank, and George Goldner.
Words by: Lymon, Frank, and George Goldner.
P/P/D: New York : Patricia Music Publishing, c1956.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1957____________________

Title: April love.
First Line: Has anybody here seen April, dressed in her gown of green?
Chorus: April love is for the very young
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Webster, Paul Fancis.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Dark moon.
First Line:
Chorus: Dark moon, away up high up in the sky, oh tell me why
Music by: Miller, Ned.
Words by: Miller, Ned.
P/P/D: Malibu, CA : Dandelion Music Company, c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The day the rains came (le jour ou la pluie viendra).
First Line: The day that the rains came down, mother earth smiled again.
Chorus:
Music by: Becaud, Gilbert.
Words by: English: Sigman, Carl, and Pierre French: Delanoe.
P/P/D: New York : Garland Music, Inc., c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A farewell to arms.
First Line:
Chorus: Farewell to arms, dear heart goodbye, to the brave young dream that was born to die
Music by: Nascimbene, Mario.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Leo Feist Inc., c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Gigi.
First Line: There's sweeter music when she speaks, isn't there?
Chorus: Gigi, am I a fool without a mind or have I merely been too blind to realize?
Music by: Loewe, Frederick.
Words by: Lerner, Alan Jay.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Lida Rose.
First Line:
Chorus: Lida Rose, I'm home again
Music by: Willson, Meredith.
Words by: Willson, Meredith.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Liechtenstein polka.
First Line:
Chorus: Ja, das is die Liechtensteiner polka mein schatz!
Music by: Kotscher, Ed., and R. Lindt.
Words by: Kotscher, Ed., and R. Lindt.
P/P/D: New York : Burlington Music Corporation, c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Return to me (ritorna a me).
First Line:
Chorus: Return to me, oh, my dear, I'm so lonely
Music by: Lombardo, Carmen, and Danny Di Minno.
Words by: Lombardo, Carmen, and Danny Di Minno.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc., c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The stroll.
First Line:
Chorus: Come, let's stroll stroll across the floor
Music by: Otis, Clyde, and Nancy Lee.
Words by: Otis, Clyde, and Nancy Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Meridian Music Corporation, c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Till there was you.
First Line:
Chorus: There were bells on the hill, but I never heard them ringing
Music by: Willson, Meredith.
Words by: Willson, Meredith.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corporation, c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: 26 miles (Santa Catalina).
First Line: Twenty six miles across the sea Santa Catalina is awaitin' for me
Chorus: Twenty six miles across the sea Santa Catalina is awaitin' for me
Music by: Larson, Glen, and Bruce Belland.
Words by: Larson, Glen, and Bruce Belland.
P/P/D: New York : Beechwood Music Corporation, c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A very special love.
First Line:
Chorus: Any time at all you're near me, 'cause you're near, you cheer me
Music by: Allen, Robert.
Words by: Allen, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Korwin Music, Inc., c1957.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1958____________________

Title: Another time another place.
First Line:
Chorus: Another time, another place, we'll be together again!
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A certain smile.
First Line: What do you meet down a crooked little street in Paris?
Chorus: A certain smile, a certain face, can lead a unsuspecting heart on a merry chase
Music by: Fain, Sammy.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Delicious!
First Line: She: "it's a cozy table, isn't it?" He: "and champagne, my dear!"
Chorus:
Music by: Kaye, Buddy, and Mort Garson.
Words by: Kaye, Buddy, and Mort Garson.
P/P/D: New York : Vernon Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Dormi-dormi-dormi (sleep-sleep-sleep).
First Line: Dormi, dormi, dormi, goodnight and sleep well my love.
Chorus:
Music by: Warren, Harry.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Paramount Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Everybody loves a lover.
First Line:
Chorus: Ev'rybody loves a lover
Music by: Allen, Robert.
Words by: Adler, Richard.
P/P/D: New York : Korwin Music Company, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Firefly.
First Line: I call her firefly 'cause oh my she radiates moonglow
Chorus:
Music by: Coleman, Cy.
Words by: Leigh, Carolyn.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: For your love.
First Line:
Chorus: For your love I would do anything
Music by: Townsend, Ed.
Words by: Townsend, Ed.
P/P/D: New York : Beechwood Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Go chase a moonbeam.
First Line: I was feeling so alone to day
Chorus: Go chase a moonbeam across a meadow
Music by: Pockriss, Lee, and Paul J. Vance.
Words by: Pockriss, Lee, and Paul J. Vance.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The Hawaiian wedding song.
First Line:
Chorus: This is the moment I've waited for
Music by: King, Charles E.
Words by: English: Hoffman, Al, Dick Manning, and Charles E. Hawaiian: King.
P/P/D: New York : Pickwick Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hideaway.
First Line:
Chorus: Wish I knew a hideaway, I could take you to
Music by: Goodman, Robert.
Words by: Goodman, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Jack Gold Music Company, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: How the time flies.
First Line:
Chorus: How the time flies when I'm near you
Music by: Porter, Coe.
Words by: Porter, Coe.
P/P/D: New York : Thunderbird Music, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I enjoy being a girl.
First Line: I'm a girl, and by me that's only great!
Chorus: When I have a brand new hair-do
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein II, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York : Williamson Music, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I got a wife.
First Line: Oh, I got a wife at home
Chorus:
Music by: Mascari, Eddie.
Words by: Wenzlaff, Erwin.
P/P/D: Chicago : Pure Music Company, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I've got bells on my heart.
First Line:
Chorus: Touch my hand and I sigh, sigh, sigh
Music by: Skylar, Sunny.
Words by: Skylar, Sunny.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Left right out of your heart (hi-lee hi-loo hi-lup-up-up).
First Line: Hi-lee hi-loo hi-lup-up-up Hi-lee hi-loo hi-left!
Chorus: Oh, I was left right out of your arms
Music by: Garson, Mort.
Words by: Shuman, Earl.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Little serenade.
First Line:
Chorus: Just a little street down in Portofino
Music by: Ferrio, Gianni.
Words by: Parsons, Geoffrey, and John Turner.
P/P/D: New York : Peter Maurice Music Co., Ltd., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Lonesome town.
First Line:
Chorus: There's a place where lovers go to cry their troubles away
Music by: Knight, Baker.
Words by: Knight, Baker.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Eric Music, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Manhattan spiritual.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Maxted, Billy.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Zodiac Music Corp., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: May you always.
First Line: This special time, this special place is brightened by your special face
Chorus: May you always walk in sunshine, slumber warm when night winds blow
Music by: Markes, Larry, and Dick Charles.
Words by: Markes, Larry, and Dick Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Hecht- Lancaster & Buzzell, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Patricia, it's Patricia.
First Line:
Chorus: Kiss her, and your lips will always want Patricia
Music by: Prado, Perez.
Words by: Marcus, Bob.
P/P/D: New York : Peer International Coporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Pink shoe laces.
First Line: Now I've got a guy and his name is Dooley
Chorus: He wears tan shoes with pink shoe laces
Music by: Grant, Mickie.
Words by: Grant, Mickie.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Pioneer Music Pub. Co., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Put your head on my shoulder.
First Line:
Chorus: Put your head on my shoulder
Music by: Anka, Paul.
Words by: Anka, Paul.
P/P/D: New York : Spanka Music Corp., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The sentimental touch.
First Line:
Chorus: The sentimental touch can fill a heart with such sweet madness
Music by: Van Dam, Albert.
Words by: Gallop, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Oxford Music Corporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Sermonette.
First Line:
Chorus: I heard me a sermonette
Music by: Adderley, Julian.
Words by: Hendricks, Jon.
P/P/D: New York : Silhouette Music Corp., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tears on my pillow.
First Line:
Chorus: You don't remember me but I remember you
Music by: Bradford, Sylvestor, and Al Lewis.
Words by: Bradford, Sylvester, and Al Lewis.
P/P/D: New York : Vanderbuilt Music Corp. and Bonnie Music, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: To be loved.
First Line:
Chorus: Someone to care, someone to share lonely hours and moments of despair
Music by: Gordy Jr., Berry, and Gwen Gordy, Carlo.
Words by: Gordy Jr., Berry, and Gwen Gordy, Carlo.
P/P/D: New York : Pearl Music Company, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Volare nel blu, dipinto di blu.
First Line: Sometimes the world is a valley of heartaches and tears
Chorus: Volare, oh, oh, cantare
Music by: Modugno, Domenico.
Words by: English: Parish, Mitchell, D. Italian: Modugno, and F. Migliacci.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Coporation, c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Yellow bird.
First Line: Yellow bird, up high in banana tree
Chorus: Yellow bird, up high in banana tree
Music by: Luboff, Norman, Marilyn Keith, and Alan Bergman.
Words by: Luboff, Norman, Marilyn Keith, and Alan Bergman.
P/P/D: New York : Frank Music Corp., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: You cheated.
First Line:
Chorus: You cheated, you lied, you said that you love me
Music by: Burch, Don.
Words by: Burch, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs, Inc., c1958.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1959____________________

Title: Baciare, Baciare (kissing, kissing).
First Line: The boys and girls of Napoli are whistling merrily
Chorus: Baciare, baciare, they kiss while whistling
Music by: Niessen, Josef, and Willy Dehmel.
Words by: English: Reisfield, Bert, Josef German: Niessen, and Willy Dehmel.
P/P/D: New York : Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The big hurt.
First Line: Now it begins now that you're gone
Chorus:
Music by: Shanklin, Wayne.
Words by: Shanklin, Wayne.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Music Productions, c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Come softly to me.
First Line: Come softly, darling
Chorus: I want, want you to know I love, I love you so
Music by: Troxell, Gary, Gretchen Christopher, and Barbara Ellis.
Words by: Troxell, Gary, Gretchen Christopher, and Barbara Ellis.
P/P/D: New York : Cornerstone Music Co., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Do-re-mi.
First Line: Let's start at the very beginning
Chorus: Doe, a deer, a female deer
Music by: Rodgers, Richard.
Words by: Hammerstein, Oscar.
P/P/D: New York : Williamson Music Inc., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: For a penny.
First Line:
Chorus: Darling, darling, darling, if you should say we're through
Music by: Singleton, Charles.
Words by: Singleton, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Roosevelt Music Co., Inc., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Forty miles of bad road.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Eddy, Duane, and Al Casey.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Gregmark Music Inc., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hey, love.
First Line:
Chorus: Hey, love! You're just a step behind me
Music by: Vance, Pail J., and Lee Pockriss.
Words by: Vance, Pail J., and Lee Pockriss.
P/P/D: New York : Cathryl Music Corp., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Little boat.
First Line:
Chorus: There was a little boat on the ocean
Music by: Steiner, Fred.
Words by: Rouverol, Jean, and George P. Werker.
P/P/D: West Los Angeles : Bibo Music, Inc., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Never be anyone else but you.
First Line: There'll never be anyone else but you for me
Chorus:
Music by: Knight, Baker.
Words by: Knight, Baker.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif : Eric Music, Inc., c1959.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1960____________________

Title: Fascination.
First Line: Fascination's here when you're near
Chorus:
Music by: Marchetti, F. D.
Words by: Schaum, Wesley.
P/P/D: Milwaukee, Wisconsin : Schaum Publications, Inc., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Green fields.
First Line: Once there were green fields kissed by the sun
Chorus:
Music by: Gilkyson, Terry, Rich Dehr, and Frank Miller.
Words by: Gilkyson, Terry, Rich Dehr, and Frank Miller.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Montclare Music Corp., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hey, look me over.
First Line:
Chorus: Hey, look me over, lend me an ear
Music by: Coleman, Cy.
Words by: Leigh, Carolyn.
P/P/D: New York : Morley Music Co., Inc., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Jealous of you (tango della gelosia).
First Line: Your eyes may thrill me with gladness
Chorus: I am jealous of you darling
Music by: Mascheroni, Vittoria.
Words by: English: Harper, Marjorie, and Peppino Italian: Mendes.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Johnny Freedom.
First Line: When our country was a baby, and the redcoats had their way
Chorus: Johnny Freedom, Johnny Freedom, you can meet him on each page of history
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Weiss, George.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell- Styne, Inc., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Look for a star.
First Line:
Chorus: When life doesn't seem worth the living
Music by: Anthony, Mark.
Words by: Anthony. Mark.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Filmusic Pub. Co. Ltd., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Pineapple princess.
First Line: Pineapple princess, he calls me pineapple princess all day
Chorus: Pineapple princess, he calls me pineapple princess all day
Music by: Sherman, Dick, and Bob Sherman.
Words by: Sherman, Dick, and Bob Sherman.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Music World Corp., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Togetherness.
First Line:
Chorus: Two hearts are better than one heart
Music by: Faith, Russell.
Words by: Faith, Russell.
P/P/D: Philadelphia, PA : Debmar Music Co., Inc., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Try to remember.
First Line: Try to remember the kind of September when life was slow and oh so mellow
Chorus:
Music by: Schmidt, Harvey.
Words by: Jones, Tom.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co. Inc., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: You mean everything to me.
First Line:
Chorus: You are the answer to my lonely prayer
Music by: Sedaka, Neil, and Howard Greenfield.
Words by: Sedaka, Neil, and Howard Greenfield.
P/P/D: New York : Aldon Music, Inc., c1960.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1961____________________

Title: Big bad John [Incomplete].
First Line: Every morning at the mine you could see him arrive
Chorus: Big John, big John big bad John, big John
Music by: Dean, Jimmy.
Words by: Dean, Jimmy.
P/P/D: Nashville, Tenn. : Cigma Music, Inc., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The Exodus song.
First Line: This land is mine, God gave this land to me
Chorus: So take my hand and walk this land with me
Music by: Gold, Ernest.
Words by: Boone, Pat.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hennesey theme.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Burke, Sonny.
Words by:
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Crystal Music Publishers, Inc., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hit the road Jack.
First Line: Oh woman oh woman don't treat me so mean
Chorus: Hit the road Jack and don't cha come back no more, no more, no more, no more
Music by: Mayfield, Percy.
Words by: Mayfield, Percy.
P/P/D: New York : Tangerine Music Corp., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Maggie's theme (for now for always).
First Line:
Chorus: For now, for always, our love will stay
Music by: Sherman, Richard M., and Robert B. Sherman.
Words by: Sherman, Richard M., and Robert B. Sherman.
P/P/D: Burbank, Calif. : Wonderland Music Co., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Moon river.
First Line:
Chorus: Moon river wider than a mile
Music by: Mancini, Henry.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: My Clair De Lune.
First Line: I call her Clair De Lune
Chorus:
Music by: Leiber, Jerry, and Mike Stoller.
Words by: Leiber, Jerry, and Mike Stoller.
P/P/D: New York : Trio Music Co., Inc., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Peppermint twist.
First Line: Got a new dance and it goes like this
Chorus: Round and round, up and down
Music by: Dee, Joey, and Henry Glover.
Words by: Dee, Joey, and Henry Glover.
P/P/D: New York : Frost Music Corp. and Jonware Music Corp., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Please love me forever.
First Line:
Chorus: Please love me forever
Music by: Malone, Johnny.
Words by: Blanchard, Ollie.
P/P/D: New York : Selma Music Co., Inc, c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Scotch and soda.
First Line: Scotch and soda, mud in your eye
Chorus: People won't believe me
Music by: Guard, Dave.
Words by: Guard, Dave.
P/P/D: U.S. A. : Beechwood Music Corporation, c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Theme from Summer and Smoke.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Bernstein, Elmer.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: What's your name.
First Line: What's your name? I have seen you before
Chorus: What's your name? I have seen you before
Music by: Johnson, Claude.
Words by: Johnson, Claude.
P/P/D: New York : Hill and Range Songs, Inc. and Nancoz Music Co., c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Wish me a rainbow.
First Line:
Chorus: Wish me a rainbow and wish me a star
Music by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
Words by: Livingston, Jay, and Ray Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1961.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1962____________________

Title: All alone am I.
First Line:
Chorus: All alone am I, ever since your goodbye
Music by: Hadjidakis, M.
Words by: Altmus, Arthur.
P/P/D: New York : Duchess Music Corporation, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Balboa blue.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Saraceno, Joe, and J. S. Murphy.
Words by:
P/P/D: Tarzana, Calif. : EDM Music Publishers and Locke Music Co., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Call me Mr. In-between.
First Line: Mister In-Between, Mister In-Between, better leave the scene
Chorus:
Music by: Howard, Harlan.
Words by: Howard, Harlan.
P/P/D: Goodlettsville, Tenn. : Pamper Music, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Chicken feed.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Graves, Bert, and Jorgen Ingmann.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Metorion Music Corp., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Come on strong.
First Line: If you're gonna kiss me, don't just merely kiss me
Chorus:
Music by: Van Heussen, James.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Melrose Music Corp., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Go away, little girl.
First Line:
Chorus: Go away, little girl
Music by: Goffin, Gerry, and Carole King.
Words by: Goffin, Gerry, and Carole King.
P/P/D: New York : Alson Music, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hearts.
First Line: Hearts always break when someone's untrue
Chorus: Hearts always break when someone's untrue
Music by: Stock, Larry.
Words by: Stock, Larry.
P/P/D: New York : East-West Music Co., Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Johnny Jingo (the ragtime twist).
First Line:
Chorus: I never loved any boy like I love Johnny Jingo
Music by: Manning, Dick, and Kay Twomey.
Words by: Manning, Dick, and Kay Twomey.
P/P/D: New York : Dickson Music Publishing Corp., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Love song from "Mutiny on the Bounty" (follow me).
First Line:
Chorus: Come with me to the islands
Music by: Kaper, Bronislau.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Coporation, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The night has a thousand eyes.
First Line: They say that you're a run around lover
Chorus: 'Cause the night has a thousand eyes
Music by: Weisman, Ben, Dottie Wayne, and Marilyn Garrett.
Words by: Weisman, Ben, Dottie Wayne, and Marilyn Garrett.
P/P/D: New York : Blen Music Inc. and Mabs Music Co., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Ramblin' Rose.
First Line: Ramblin' Rose, ramblin' Rose why you ramble no one knows
Chorus:
Music by: Sherman, Noel, and Joe Sherman.
Words by: Sherman, Noel, and Joe Sherman.
P/P/D: New York : Sweco Music Corporation, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Recado Bossa Nova.
First Line: Você er rou
Chorus:
Music by: Ferreira, Djalma.
Words by: Antonio, Luiz.
P/P/D: New York : Rytvoc, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Riverwind.
First Line:
Chorus: Go back to Riverwind, try not to wait
Music by: Jennings, John.
Words by: Jennings, John.
P/P/D: New York : Saunders Publications, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Roses are red (my love).
First Line: A long, long time ago on graduation day
Chorus: Roses are red my love
Music by: Byron, Al, and Paul Evans.
Words by: Byron, Al, and Paul Evans.
P/P/D: New York : Lyle Music, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Song from "two for the seesaw" (a second chance).
First Line:
Chorus: Can't I have a second chance?
Music by: Previn, André.
Words by: Langdon, Dory.
P/P/D: New York : United Artists Music Co., Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A second hand love.
First Line: They tell me that there's someone else you recently truly love
Chorus: It's over town, you put me down
Music by: Hunter, Hank, and Phil Spector.
Words by: Hunter, Hank, and Phil Spector.
P/P/D: New York : Merna Music, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Sheila.
First Line:
Chorus: Sweet Sheila, you'll know her if you see her
Music by: Roe, Tommy.
Words by: Roe, Tommy.
P/P/D: Atlanta : Eager Music Co. and Night -Time Music Co., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Slightly out of tune.
First Line: Love is like a neverending melody
Chorus:
Music by: Jobim, Antonio Carlos.
Words by: Hendricks, Jon, and Jessie Cavanaugh.
P/P/D: New York : Hollis Music, Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A swingin' safari.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Kaempfert, Bert.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Roosevelt Music Co., Inc., c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Turn! Turn! Turn! (to everything there is a season).
First Line: To ev'rything (turn, turn, turn)
Chorus: To ev'rything (turn, turn, turn)
Music by: Seeger, Pete.
Words by: Seeger, Pete.
P/P/D: New York : Melody Trails, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Walk on the wild side.
First Line: Sinner hear what I'm sayin'
Chorus:
Music by: Bernstein, Elmer.
Words by: David, Mack.
P/P/D: New York : Columbia Pictures Music Corporation, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: What now my love.
First Line: What now my love now that you left me
Chorus:
Music by: Bécaud, G.
Words by: English: Sigman, Carl, and P. French: Delanoe.
P/P/D: New York : Remick Music Corporation, c1962.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1963____________________

Title: As usual.
First Line: The sun comes up and brings the dawn
Chorus:
Music by: Zanetis, Alex.
Words by: Zanetis, Alex.
P/P/D: : Samos Island Music, Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Blame it on the bosa nova.
First Line: I was at a dance when she caught my eye
Chorus: Blame it on the bosa nova with its magic spell
Music by: Weil, Cynthia, and Barry Mann.
Words by: Weil, Cynthia, and Barry Mann.
P/P/D: New York : Aldon Musoc, Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Cab driver.
First Line: Cab driver drive by Mary's place
Chorus:
Music by: Parks, Carson.
Words by: Parks, Carson.
P/P/D: : Blackhawk Music Company, c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Caesar and Cleopatra theme.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: North, Alex.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The good life.
First Line:
Chorus: Oh, the good life full of fun seems to be the ideal
Music by: Distel, Sacha.
Words by: Reardon, Jack.
P/P/D: New York : Paris Music Co., Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hello Dolly!
First Line: I went away from the lights of Fourteenth Street
Chorus: Hello Dolly, well, hello Dolly
Music by: Herman, Jerry.
Words by: Herman, Jerry.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hula hula dancin' doll.
First Line: You know I'm so alone 'cause I got no one I can call my own
Chorus:
Music by: Palaez, Frank, Fred Weismantel, and George Paxton.
Words by: Palaez, Frank, Fred Weismantel, and George Paxton.
P/P/D: New York : Winneton Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I love you more and more every day.
First Line:
Chorus: They said our love was just emotion
Music by: Robertson, Don.
Words by: Robertson, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Don Robertson Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Look again.
First Line:
Chorus: Look again, you're getting colder
Music by: Previn, André.
Words by: Langdon, Dory.
P/P/D: : United Artists Music Co., Inc. and Fairlane Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Java.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Friday, Freddy, Allen Toussaint, and Alvin Tyler.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Tideland Music Publishing Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Like I do.
First Line: Baby doll take it slow
Chorus: She may kiss you like I do
Music by: Manning, Dick.
Words by: Manning, Dick.
P/P/D: : Dickson Music Publishing Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Memphis.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Berry, Chuck.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Arc Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: More.
First Line:
Chorus: More than the greatest love the world has known
Music by: Ortolani, R., and N. Oliviero.
Words by: Ortolani, R., and N. Oliviero.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Now!
First Line: If those historic gentlemen came back today
Chorus: Now is the moment
Music by: Styne, Jule.
Words by: Comden, Betty, and Adolph Green.
P/P/D: New York : Chappell & Co., Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Puff (the magic dragon).
First Line: Puff the magic dragon lived by the sea
Chorus: Puff the magic dragon lived by the sea
Music by: Yarrow, Peter, and Leonard Lipton.
Words by: Yarrow, Peter, and Leonard Lipton.
P/P/D: New York : Pepamar Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Sukiyaka (my first lonely night).
First Line: I'll hold my head up high
Chorus:
Music by: Nakamura, Hachidai, and Rokusuke Ei.
Words by: Leslie, Tom, and Buzz Cason.
P/P/D: Hollywood, Calif. : Beechwood Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: This little girl.
First Line: This little girl is just about as mean as they come
Chorus:
Music by: Goffin, Gerry, and Carole King.
Words by: Goffin, Gerry, and Carole King.
P/P/D: New York : Aldon Music, Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer.
First Line: Roll out those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer
Chorus: Roll out those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer
Music by: Carste, Hans.
Words by: Tobias, Charles.
P/P/D: New York : Comet Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: True blue Lou.
First Line: Down in the poolroom some of the gang were talkin' of gals they knew
Chorus: She was a dame in love with a guy
Music by: Robin, Leo, Sam Coslow, and Richard A. Whiting.
Words by: Robin, Leo, Sam Coslow, and Richard A. Whiting.
P/P/D: New York : Famous Music Corporation, c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Treat my baby good.
First Line:
Chorus: You better treat my baby good
Music by: Darin, Bobby.
Words by: Darin, Bobby.
P/P/D: New York : T. M. Music, Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Waiting for Billy.
First Line:
Chorus: I'm waiting for Billy with love in my heart
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Murry.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Murry.
P/P/D: New York : Francon Music Corp., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Walk right in.
First Line:
Chorus: Walk right in set right down
Music by: Darling, Erik, and Willard Svanoe.
Words by: Darling, Erik, and Willard Svanoe.
P/P/D: New York : Ryerson Music Publishers, Inc., c1963.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1964____________________

Title: A day in the life of a fool (manha de carnaval).
First Line: A day in the life of a fool
Chorus:
Music by: Bonfa, Luiz.
Words by: Sigman, Carl.
P/P/D: New York : Ross Jungnickel, Inc., c1964.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I will wait for you.
First Line: If it takes forever I will wait for you
Chorus:
Music by: Le Grand, Michel.
Words by: Gimbel, Norman.
P/P/D: New York : South Mountain Music Corporation, c1964.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: It had better be tonight (meglio stasera).
First Line: Meglio stasera, baby, go! go! go! or as we natives say, "fasubito"
Chorus:
Music by: Mancini, Henry.
Words by: English: Mercer, Johnny, and Franco Italian: Migliacci.
P/P/D: New York : Northridge Music Inc. and United Artist Music Co. Inc., c1964.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Too many rivers.
First Line: I wish I could come back to you dear
Chorus:
Music by: Howard, Harlan.
Words by: Howard, Harlan.
P/P/D: Hendersonville, Tennessee : Combine Music Corporation, c1964.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: When Joanna loved me.
First Line: Today is just another day, tomorrow is a guess
Chorus: When Joanna loved me, ev'ry town was Paris
Music by: Wells, Robert, and Jack Segal.
Words by: Wells, Robert, and Jack Segal.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1964.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1965____________________

Title: The first thing ev'ry morning (and the last thing ev'ry night).
First Line:
Chorus: The first thing ev'ry morning, and the last thing ev'ry night
Music by: Dean, Jimmy, and Ruth Roberts.
Words by: Dean, Jimmy, and Ruth Roberts.
P/P/D: New York : Plainview Music, Inc., c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Hang on Sloopy (my girl Sloopy).
First Line: Hang on Sloopy, Sloopy hang on
Chorus:
Music by: Russell, Bert, and Wes Farrell.
Words by: Russell, Bert, and Wes Farrell.
P/P/D: New York : Picturetone Music Publishing Corporation and Robert Mellin, Inc., c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I'll only miss her when I think of her.
First Line: I'm a great "mister fix-it." I fixed everything fine!
Chorus: I'll only miss her (him) when I think of her (him)
Music by: Van Heusen, James.
Words by: Cahn, Sammy.
P/P/D: New York : Harms, Inc., c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: A lover's concerto.
First Line: How gentle is the rain, that falls softly on the meadow
Chorus: How gentle is the rain, that falls softly on the meadow
Music by: Linzer, Sandy, and Denny Randell.
Words by: Linzer, Sandy, and Denny Randell.
P/P/D: New York : Saturday Music, Inc., c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Moon over Naples.
First Line: Wine and guitars moon over Naples and a million stars
Chorus:
Music by: Kaempfert, Bert.
Words by: Singleton, Charles, and Eddie Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Roosevelt Music Co., Inc., c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Second hand rose.
First Line: Father has a bus'ness strictly second hand, ev'rything from toothpicks to a baby grand
Chorus: I'm wearing second hand hats second hand clothes that's why they call me Second Hand Rose
Music by: Hanley, James F.
Words by: Clarke, Grant.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The shadow of your smile.
First Line: One day we walked along the sand, one day in early spring
Chorus: The shadow of your smile when you are gone will color my dreams and light the dawn
Music by: Mandel, Johnny.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Summer wind.
First Line: The summer wind came blowing in across the sea
Chorus:
Music by: Mayer, Henry.
Words by: German: Bradtke, Hans, and Johnny English: Mercer.
P/P/D: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: These boots are made for walkin'.
First Line: You keep sayin' you got somethin' for me somethin' you call love
Chorus: These boots were made for walkin'
Music by: Hazlewood, Lee.
Words by: Hazelwood, Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Criterion Music Corporation, c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Whose heart are you breakin' tonight?
First Line:
Chorus: Whose heart are you breakin' tonight?
Music by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Murray.
Words by: Davis, Benny, and Ted Murray.
P/P/D: New York : Francon Music Corporation, c1965.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1966____________________

Title: Born free.
First Line: Born free, as free as the wind blows
Chorus:
Music by: Barry, John.
Words by: Black, Don.
P/P/D: New York : Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc., c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Cabaret.
First Line: What good is sitting alone in your room?
Chorus: What good is sitting alone in your room?
Music by: Kander, John.
Words by: Ebb, Fred.
P/P/D: New York : Sunbeam Music Corporation, c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Fountain in the rain.
First Line:
Chorus: Such a gloomy, rainy day, thought I'd walk another way
Music by: Samuels, Milton, and Charles Hale.
Words by: Mercer, Johnny.
P/P/D: New York : Bregman, Vocco, and Conn, Inc., c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Games that lovers play (eine ganze nacht).
First Line: There are games that many foolish lovers play
Chorus:
Music by: Last, James.
Words by: English: Kusik, Larry, Eddie Snyder, Gunter German: Loose, and .
P/P/D: New York : Miller Music Corporation, c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Music to watch girls by.
First Line:
Chorus: The boys watch the girls, while the girls watch the boys, who watch the girls go by
Music by: Ramin, Sid.
Words by: Velona, Tony.
P/P/D: New York : SCP Music Corporation, c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Somewhere, my love.
First Line: Where are the beautiful days?
Chorus: Somewhere my love
Music by: Jarre, Maurice.
Words by: Webster, Paul Francis.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Corporation, c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Strangers in the night.
First Line:
Chorus: Stangers in the night exchanging glances
Music by: Kaempfert, Bert.
Words by: Singleton, Charles, and Eddie Snyder.
P/P/D: New York : Champion Music Corporation and Roosevelt Music Co. Inc., c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Tijuana.
First Line: Tiajuana, tiajuana, tiajuana, down in Mexico.
Chorus:
Music by: Cates, George, and George Douglas.
Words by: Cates, George, and George Douglas.
P/P/D: Santa Monica, CA : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Yellow days (la mentira) (se te olvida).
First Line:
Chorus: I remember when the sunlight had a special kind of brightness
Music by: Carrillo, Alvaro.
Words by: English: Bernstein, Alan, and Alvaro Spanish: Carrillo.
P/P/D: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1966.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1967____________________

Title: Bend me, shape me.
First Line: You are all the woman I need, and baby, you know it
Chorus: Bend me, shape me any way you want me
Music by: Weiss, Laurence.
Words by: English, Scott.
P/P/D: New York : Helios Music Corporation, c1967.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I can't believe I'm losing you.
First Line:
Chorus: Is this the way our romance ends?
Music by: Costa, Don.
Words by: Zeller, Phil.
P/P/D: New York : Vogue Music Inc. and Hollyland Music Co., c1967.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The last waltz.
First Line: I wondered should I go or should I stay
Chorus:
Music by: Reed, Les, and Barry Mason.
Words by: Reed, Les, and Barry Mason.
P/P/D: New York : Francis, Day & Hunter, Inc., c1967.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Turn the world around.
First Line:
Chorus: Turn the world around the other way
Music by: Peters, Ben.
Words by: Peters, Ben.
P/P/D: Nashville, Tennessee : Fingerlake Music, Inc., c1967.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ 1968____________________

Title: Aquarius.
First Line: When the moon is in the seventh house
Chorus: When the moon is in the seventh house
Music by: MacDermot, Galt.
Words by: Rado, James, and Ragni Gerome.
P/P/D: New York : United Artists Music Co., Inc., c1968.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: The horse.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: James, Jesse.
Words by: James, Jesse.
P/P/D: Philadelphia : Dandelion Music Co. and James Boy Publishing, c1968.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: I've got a little secret.
First Line: I've got a little secret, but I want the world to know it too
Chorus:
Music by: Dahdah, Robert.
Words by: Dahdah, Robert.
P/P/D: New York : Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., c1968.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Laroo, laroo, lilli bolero.
First Line: If your wishes don't come true I can tell you what to do to make things go your way
Chorus: Laroo, laroo, lilli bolero Laroo, laroo, lilli bolero that's a magic sayin' that I heard one day in Napoli
Music by: Lippman, Sidney.
Words by: Dee, Sylvia, and Elizabeth Moore.
P/P/D: New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1968.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

Title: Love is blue (L'amour est bleu).
First Line: Blue, blue, my world is blue, blue is my world now I'm without you
Chorus:
Music by: Popp, Andre.
Words by: Cour, Pierre, and Bryan Blackburn.
P/P/D: New York : Croma Music Co., Inc., c1968.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1950-1968

____________________ N.D.____________________

Title: Afterwards.
First Line: After the day has sung its song of sorrow, and one by one the golden stars appear
Chorus: Come to my heart and whisper thro' the silence, "Hope on, dear heart, our love shall meet at last."
Music by: Mullen, John W.
Words by: Lemon, Mary Mark.
P/P/D: Chicago : National Music Company, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: America the beautiful.
First Line: O beautiful, for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain
Chorus:
Music by: Ward, Samuel A.
Words by: Bates, Katherine Lee.
P/P/D: New York : Robbins Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Ay, ay, ay.
First Line: The love gleaming in your eyes Ay, Ay, Ay, is taunting this poor heart of mine
Chorus:
Music by:
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Music Sales Corp., n.d..
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.

Title: Back to the old sugar camp.
First Line: As I walked thro' the old sugar camp today, and breathed in that perfume so rare
Chorus:
Music by: Wilson, Anna M.
Words by: Wilson, Anna M.
P/P/D: Chicago : Success Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Ben Bolt.
First Line: Oh! Don't you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt, sweet Alice with hair so brown
Chorus:
Music by: Kneass, Nelson.
Words by: English, Thos. Dunn.
P/P/D: New York : Dana T. Bennett Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.

Title: By the fountain.
First Line: I was passing by the fountain, I remember it so well,
Chorus: And once again I saw it, that same face of old
Music by: Adams, Stephen.
Words by: Weatherly, F. E.
P/P/D: Chicago, Ill. : National Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Ciribiribin.
First Line: Really you must stop your kissing, my little dark-eyed love
Chorus: But then, who knows, what she will see
Music by: Pestalozza, H., and M. Greenwald.
Words by: M., E. W.
P/P/D: New York : De Luxe Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Come to me.
First Line: 'Neath the silver silence of the moon... When the winds are sighing in the west
Chorus: Come to me, my darling heart, Lay your trembling hands in mine, Let me in your eyes divine
Music by: Denza, Luigi.
Words by: Boosey, W.
P/P/D: New York : Richard A. Saalfield, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Early breakfast.
First Line: You ask what we think of our stove, ma'am, the early breakfast, our stove, ma'am
Chorus: We say, no one can buy it, nor come anywhere nigh it, with either his money or love ma'am
Music by: Piket, Louis.
Words by: Piket, Louis.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Fair evening star.
First Line: Fair Star above that shines so clear
Chorus:
Music by: Wagner, Richard.
Words by: Greenwell, Dora.
P/P/D: London : William Reeves., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Farewell.
First Line: Love, I must not tarry here, I must go tomorrow
Chorus:
Music by:
Words by:
P/P/D: Baltimore, Md. : Emerson Drug Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Fatinitza march.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Suppe.
Words by:
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: "Faultless" waltz.
First Line:
Chorus:
Music by: Riviere, J.
Words by:
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Grand duet from "Don Giovanni."
First Line: Now place your hand in mine, dear, and gently whisper yes!
Chorus:
Music by: Mozart.
Words by: Mozart.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Hearts and homes.
First Line: Hearts and homes, sweet words of pleasure, music breathing as ye fall
Chorus:
Music by: Blockley, J.
Words by: Blockley, J.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Hymn to God the father.
First Line: Hear! Hear! Hear me, O God!
Chorus:
Music by: Piatti, Alfred.
Words by: Jonson, Ben.
P/P/D: Boston : Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: I cannot say good-bye.
First Line: I know 'tis now the hour... to part, for even draweth nigh
Chorus: I cannot say "good-bye!" I cannot say "good-bye!"
Music by: Roeckel, Edward.
Words by: Oxenford, Edward.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: I want to forget.
First Line: What good was ev'ry vow, you knew you'd break each vow
Chorus: I want to forget, let's call it all off, dear
Music by: Ambrose, Adaline C.
Words by: Ambrose, Adaline C.
P/P/D: Cicero, Ill. : Adaline C. Ambrose, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.

Title: Isle of beauty.
First Line: Shades of evening, close not o'er us, leave our lonely barque awhile
Chorus:
Music by: Bayly, Thomas H.
Words by: Bayly, Thomas H.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Jerusalem.
First Line: "Behold, thy king draws near the city gates! Go forth, Jerusalem, with shout and song."
Chorus:
Music by: Parker, Henry.
Words by: Nella.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : McKinley Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Juanita.
First Line: Soft o'er the fountain ling'ring falls the southern moon
Chorus:
Music by: Piket, Louis.
Words by: Piket, Louis.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Mother is thinking of me.
First Line: Mother is thinking of me, that mother so good and true
Chorus:
Music by:
Words by:
P/P/D: Decatur, Ill. : I. Schureman, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: My fairest love (Liebes Traum).
First Line: I call thee, maid, my fairest love
Chorus:
Music by: Oberthur, Carl.
Words by: Marc, Friedrich.
P/P/D: Cleveland : S. Brainard's Sons, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Nothing else to do.
First Line: 'Twas a pleasant summer's morning, just the day I like t'en joy
Chorus:
Music by: Hatton, J. L.
Words by: Hatton, J. L.
P/P/D: Cincinnati : Redway and Burton, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: The postillion.
First Line: The night is late, we dare not wait, the winds begin to blow
Chorus:
Music by: Molloy, J. L.
Words by: Weatherly, F. E.
P/P/D: Chicago and New York : National Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Shall we forget?
First Line: Shall we forget in after days the golden love that once we knew
Chorus: Shall we forget the love of long ago?
Music by: Tosti, F. Paolo.
Words by: Weatherly, F. E.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Sing, sweet bird.
First Line: Sing, sweet bird, and chase my sorrow, let me listen to thy strain
Chorus: Sing, sweet bird, sing, sweet bird, let me listen to thy strain
Music by: Ganz, Wilhelm.
Words by: Thornton, L. M.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Somebody stole my gal.
First Line: Gee, but I'm lonesome, lonesome and blue, I've found something I never knew
Chorus: Somebody stole my gal, somebody stole my pal, somebody came and took her away
Music by: Wood, Leo.
Words by: Wood, Leo.
P/P/D: New York : Denton & Haskins Music Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.

Title: The Star-spangled Banner.
First Line: Oh, say can we see, by the dawn's early light
Chorus: O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave
Music by:
Words by: Key, Francis Scott.
P/P/D: Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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Title: Think about your safety.
First Line: Think about your safety in the morning
Chorus:
Music by: Ludig, Edwin E.
Words by: Speidell, Frank K.
P/P/D: New York, San Francisco, and Ottawa : Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.

Title: The voice of the Army.
First Line: The voice of the Army is in the air! Calling Americans ev'ry where!
Chorus: The voice of the Army is calling you! to get in step with the march to Victory!
Music by: Cloutier, Norman.
Words by: Callahan, North.
P/P/D: S.l. : S.n., n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.

Title: What are the wild waves saying?
First Line: What are the wild waves saying, sister, the whole day long
Chorus: It is something greater, that speaks to the heart alone
Music by: Glover, Stephen.
Words by:
P/P/D: New York : Spear and Dehnhoff, n.d.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1865-1899 & n.d.
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