Kirk Collection:

Popular Song Index
(Commercial Sheet Music)
Part 2: 1900-1907

Kirk Sheet Music Table of Contents Page

This portion of the index provides records to 188 titles published from 1900 through 1907. The entire collection contains popular songs published from 1865-1968. The collection consists mostly of 22 x 28 cm. (8 1/2 x 11 in.) sheet music. Pagination varies, and many of the sheets, particularly the older ones, are fragile. The entire collection of sheet music and professional/artist song sheets has approximately 7,500 items.

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

1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907


____________________ 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.
Location: SPC, KIRK SHEET 1900-1907
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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 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: 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: 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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