Kirk Collection

Popular Song Index
(Commercial Sheet Music)
Part 9: 1940-1944

Kirk Sheet Music Table of Contents Page

This portion of the index provides records to 154 titles published from 1940 through 1944. 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.

1940 1941 1942 1943 1944


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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

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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

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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

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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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