American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 41.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 41.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1932-33.
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- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
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- P.S. 1932 series 4: At the baby parade / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster -- Auf wiedersehen, my dear / by Al Hoffman, Ed Nelson, Al Goodhart, Milton ager, German text by Fred Fisher -- Bahama mama (That “Goombay tune”) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Charles Lofthouse, arranged by Rosamond Johnson -- Blue isle of dreams / words by Joan Jasmyn, music by M.K. Jerome -- The cop on the beat, the man in the moon, and me / words by J. P. Murray, music by Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Downhearted / lyric by Ray Klages and Jack Meskill, music by Vincent Rose -- Ev’ry time my heart beats / by Benny Davis and Gerald Marks -- Ev’rything must have an ending (but my love for you) / by Stanley Adams, M.N. Osborne and Frank W. Stillwell -- Experiment : from Nymph errant / words and music by Cole Porter -- For old times’ sake / words by Gus Kahn, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Forty second street : from Forty second street / words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Gipsy moon / words by Frank Eyton, music by Igor Borganoff -- Goodnight, my love / words and music by Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias and Jules Lemare -- Her name is Mary / words by Bruce Sievier and Harold Ramsay, music by Harold Ramsay -- Home on the range / arranged by Harold Potter -- Hummin’ to myself / words by Herb Magidson and Monty Siegel, music by Sammy Fain -- I’m playing with fire / by Irving Berlin -- I found a brand new sweetheart in that old gal of mine / words by Nick Kenny, music by Ira Schuster -- I guess I’ll have to change my plan / words by harold Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- I wanna be loved / lyric by Billy Rose and Edward Heyman, music by Johnny Green -- I’ll always save a little smile for you / words and music by Paula Garten and Grank Grey -- (I would do) Anything for you / by Alexander Hill, Bob Williams and Claude Hopkins -- If I had you again / words by Al Lewis, music by Al Sherman -- If it ain’t love / words and music by Andy Razaf, Donald Redman and Thomas Waller -- In the valley of my dreams / by Walter Hirsch and Harry Kogen -- Is it all a dream? / words by Harold Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- It was so beautiful (and you were mine) / lyric by Arthur Fried, melody by Harry Barris -- Just because you’re you / [by] Cliff Friend -- Just for to-night / lyric by Ballard MacDonald, music by Oskar Geiger -- Just like you / words by Grace Henry, music by William M. Paisley -- Just so / words by Joan Jasmyn, music by M.K. Jerome -- Kiss me once more = Besame asi / words by Dorothy Dick, music by Tito Guizar -- Let’s have a party / lyric by Cliff Friend and Joe Haymes, music by Phil Baxter -- Let’s help each other along / words by Jack Yellen, music by Louis Silvers -- Lights of Paris / words by Erell Reaves, music by Tolchard Evans -- Little old rag doll / words and music by Stuart Hamblen -- Look up (the sun’s in the sky) / by Jay Whidden and Art Levy -- Lovable / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Harry Woods -- Love is the sweetest thing / words and music by Ray Noble -- The mailman’s got my letter / by Felix Bernard, Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup -- Mama Inez (Oh! Mom-e-nez) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Eliseo Grenet, arr. by Lawrence Kempton -- Mein shtetele Belz / lyric by Jacob Jacobs, music by Al. Olshanetzky -- Mem’ries and roses / words & music by Larry Shay, George A. Little Sr. & George A. Little Jr. -- (Neath the) Moon of old Manhattan / by Carroll Loveday -- Moonlight on the old Missouri / words by Joan Jasmyn, music by M.K. Jerome -- My silver Rose / words by Edgar Leslie, music by James V. Monaco -- My woman! / words by Bing Crosby, music by Irving Wallman and Max Wartell -- Ole heart won’t let me in / lyrics by H. Hayman, music by Vladimir Heifetz -- Out where the sun goes to rest / words by Roger Burton, music by Bernard Barnes -- Peace and freedom / lyric by Alice Morgan Harrison, music by Francis P. Loubet -- Please handle with care / by Harry Stride and Pat Ballard -- Pu-leeze! Mister Hemingway! / words and music by Milton Drake, Walter Kent & Abner -- We want Roosevelt / by Chas. H. Galligan & Geo. Spink -- Row, row, row with Roosevelt (on the good ship U.S.A.) / [by] Eddie Dowling and J. Fred Coots -- Shadows on the window / words and music by Victor Young and Ned Washington -- She came rollin’ down the mountain / by Arthur Lippmann, Manning Sherwin and Harry Richman -- Shuffle off to Buffalo / words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Sing it’s good for ya’ / words by Hughie Prince, music by Harold Mooney -- Sittin’ by the fire with you / by Chas. O’Flynn, Geo. W. Meyer and Pete Wendling -- The song I wrote for you / by Robert Burk and Henry Levenson, revised by Rudy Vallée -- That’s all that matters to me / words by Herb Magidson, music by Sam H. Stept -- That silver haired daddy of mine / words & music by Jimmy Long & Gene Autry, arr. by Nick Manoloff -- That wonderful girl of mine : based on “Mein shtetele Belz” / original lyrics by Jacob Jacobs, music by Alexander Olshanetsky, English version by Sammy Gallop -- There must be something wrong with me / by Freddie Johnson & Harry A. De Mund -- Wait’ll I get you in my dreams / words by Jack Scholl, music by Max Rich and Bradford Browne -- Waltz me to sleep in your arms / words by Harry Pease, music by James V. Monaco -- Waltzing in a dream / words by Bing Crosby and Ned Washington, music by Victor Young -- We’re Irish / written and composed by Alice E. Stauffer -- We’ll find a way / by Gus Kahn and Frayser Hinton -- When Gabriel blows his horn / lyric by Andy Razaf, music by Thomas Waller -- (When it’s) Darkness on the delta / words by Marty Symes & Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson -- When it’s springtime in the Blue Ridge Mountains / words and music by George Pitman -- Where are you? (girl of my dreams) / by Bing Crosby, Irving Bibo and Paul McVey -- Who, besides me? (sits beside you) / words by Bob Schafer and Jack hauser, music by Johnny Burke -- Why do you love me in dreams / [by] Olive Thixton -- Winsome worrisome you / words by Joan Jasmyn, music by M.K Jerome -- You’ll always be the same sweetheart / [by] Charlie Tobias, Peter De Rose, Joe Burke -- You’re all there is / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Joe Burke -- You’re the one (you beautiful son-of-a-gun / by Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks.
- P.S. 1933 series 1 (A-H): Absent minded Flo / lyric by Sidney Clare & Charles Tobias, music by J. Fred Coots -- Ah, but is it love? words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Jay Gorney -- Ah! the moon is here [from Footlight parade] / lyrics by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- Ain’t that marvelous (my baby loves me) / by Ben Bernie, Al Goering and Walter Hirsch -- Ain’t we like two millionaires -ain’t we? / words & music by Marty Symes, Al J. Neiburg, Jerry Levinson -- Alabama man / by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- Alice in Wonderland / by Charles Tobias, Jack Scholl and Murray Mencher -- All mine-almost / lyric by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones -- Alone in the dark / lyrics by Mort Dixon …. [partially mutilated] -- Among the missing / words by Paul Francis Webster, music by John Jacob Loeb -- And so, goodbye / words and music by Allie Wrubel -- And I still love you / words by Irving Caesar, music by Rudolf Friml -- Annie doesn’t live here anymore / words by Joe Young and Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina -- Another perfect day has passed away / by Clarence Gaskill -- Anything your little heart desires / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster -- Any way the wind blows / by Bud Green, Cliff Friend and Sam H. Stept -- Are you lovable? / words and music by Bob Rothberg and Terry Shand -- Are you makin’ any money? words and music by Herman Hupfeld -- Arlene / lyric by Tot Seymour, melody by Lew Pollack -- Ask not / English lyric by Rudy Vallée and Anne Jacoby, music by Hank May -- At the bottom of the hill / words by Joe Burke, music by J. Fred Coots -- At the end of the day / by Michael Carr & Max Nesbit & Harry Nesbit -- Baby boy / words and music by Ozzie Nelson -- Be ready / lyric by Andy Razaf, music by Reginald Foresythe and Ted Weems -- Beautiful dreams (what are they made of?) / words by Buddy Alda, music by Bill Paisley -- Beautiful girl / words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown -- Beautiful Texas / words and music by W. Lee O’Daniel -- Beneath the spell of a yellow delta moon / words and music by Willard robison -- Bless your heart / words by Milton Drake, music by Harry Stride and Duke Enston -- Blow, breeze, blow / words by Jack Meskill, music by Robert Bagar -- Blue hours / lyric by Roy Turk, music by Wayne King and Jerry Castillo -- Blue prelude / words by Gordon Jenkins, music by Joe Bishop -- Blue river / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Victor Young -- Blue roses / by Fred E. Ahlert & Edgar Leslie -- Bluer than blue / lyrics by Tot Seymour, music by Lew Pollack -- Broadway moon / words by Al Koppell, music by Terry Shand -- Brothers of Romany / words by Lester O’Keefe, music by Gregory Stone -- The buggy song (Hitch the buggy up behind the old gray mare) / by Billy Hill and Joe Young -- By a campfire-in the moonlight / lyric by Buddy Fields and Al Lewis, music by Al Sherman -- California moon (How I long to see you shine) / by Frank A. Lang -- Camp, camp, campin’ on your door-step / words by Howard Johnson & Chas. Tobias, music by J. Fred Coots -- Can’t we meet again / by Bud Flanagan & Reg Connelly, American version by Charlie Tobias -- Carolina lullaby / words and music by Ceclia Reeker, Ed Rose and Billy Baskette -- Chant of the swamp / by Art Kassel and Elmer Schoebel -- Charlie’s home / words by Joe Young & Chas. Tobias, music by J. Fred Coots -- The chimes in the chapel / words and music by Al. J. Neiburg, Marty Symes & Jerry Levinson -- El choclo / Spanish lyrics by Francia Luban, English lyrics by Marjorie Harper, music by A.G. Villoldo, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson -- Close to me / words by Bob Rothberg, music by John Klenner -- Close your eyes / by Bernice Petkere -- Colorado moon / words by Billy Hill (George Brown), music by Al Frazzini and Jack Levenson -- Cuban belle (La negra quirina) / lyrics by Marion Sunshine, music by Moises Simons, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson -- Dancing in blue / words and music by Jo Trent, Gordon Clifford and Neil Moret -- Dark clouds / lyric by Allen Boretz, music by Walter G. Samuels -- Dark moon (Come out from the clouds above) / lyrics by Ann Ronell, music by Moises Simons -- The day you came along / music and words by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow -- Did my heart beat, did I fall in love / by Benée Russell, George Meyer & Pete Wendling -- Dixie Lee / words and music by Alexander Hill -- Don’t blame me / lyric by Dorothy Fields, melody by Jimmy McHugh -- Don’t change (be as you are) / words by Roy Turk, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do / by Walter Donaldson -- Don’t you remember me / words by Herb Magidson, music by Sam H. Stept -- Down a Carolina lane / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Frank Perkins -- Dream on / words by Charley Tobias and Sidney Clare, music by Gerald Marks -- Empty days / words and music by Jacques Krakeur 2nd -- Ev’rybody loves my Marguerite / by Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell & Reg Connelly -- The farmer’s daughter’s wedding day / lyric by Ned Washington and Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel -- La flor del camino / by Charles Maduro -- A fool in love / words by Geo. McQueen, music by Sid Lippman -- Four letter varsity man / words and music by Milton Drake -- Free / words by Edward Heyman, music by Dana Suesse -- Fresh as a daisy / words by Jack Scholl, music by Max Rich -- From me to you / by Wayne King, F. Andre & Nat Conney -- George Washington / words by Mrs. E.H. Dame, music by T.S.S. Club -- Get yourself a new broom (and sweep the blues away) / words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold arlen -- Give a little, take a little love / lyric by Geo. Whiting and Nat Schwartz, music by J.C. Johnson -- Give all your love to me / by George A. Little Sr., Larry Shay and George A. Little Jr. -- Going! Going!! Gone!!! / words and music by Phil Baxter -- Good evening mister Nightingale / words & music by Lew Pollack & Tot Seymour -- Good luck, sweetheart / words by Ray Klages, music by J. Fred Coots -- Good night, my darling / words and music by Ozzie Nelson -- Gotta go / words by Jack Scholl, music by Max Rich -- The grass is gettin’ greener all the time / by Charles Newman, Johnny Burke and Harold Spina -- Gypsy fiddles / by Allie Wrubel -- Gypsy lover / by Harold Raymond & Kendall Burgess -- The handwriting’s on the wall / words by Joe Young, music by Sammy Fain -- Happy as the day is long / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen -- Happy dreams / words and music by Theo Kurrus & George Brown -- Hats off! (The flag goes by) / words by Henry Holcomb Bennett, music by Geoffrey O’Hara -- Have this one with me / written and composed by Cecil Harrington -- Have you ever been lonely? (Have you ever been blue) / words by George Brown, music by Peter De Rose -- Headin’ for a weddin’ / words by Harold Adamson, music by Burton Lane -- Heart-breaker / by Ned Miller, Mark Fisher and Jack Spector -- Heaven only knows / words by Milton Drake, music by Harry Stride -- Here you come with love / by Jo Trent, Harry tobias and Neil Moret -- Hiawatha’s lullaby / words by Joe Young, music by Walter Donaldson -- Hi-ho lack-a-day what have we got to lose / by Gus Kahn, Charlotte Kent, Louis Alter -- Hold me / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim, Ira Schuster [lead sheet] -- Honestly / lyric by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones -- Honey! What a pleasure (Meetin’ up with you) / words by Roy Turk, music by J. Fred Coots -- Hopelessly in love with you / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson -- How’s about it / lyric by Archie Gottler, music by Jerry Gottler -- Huggin’ and kissin’ you / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Gertrude Lincoff & Al Goering -- Hush my mouth (If I ain’t goin’ south) / words and music by Maurice Sigler, Michael H. Cleary & Al Hoffman -- Hustlin’ and bustlin’ for baby / by Harry Woods -- I’m back in circulation now / words by Andy Razaf, music by Ray [slightly mutilated; unreadable] -- I’m puttin’ money in the bank again / words by Mose Sigler, music by Michael H. Cleary -- I’m thru saying I’m thru / by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Gus Kahn [lead sheet] -- I belong in Alabam’ / words by Joe Young, music by Milton Ager -- I bring a song / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Victor Young and Arthur Tracy -- I can’t come out tonight! / by Herman Pincus, Billy Barry, Irving Bibo [lead sheet] -- I can’t get enough of you / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster -- I can’t remember / by Irving Berlin -- I couldn’t tell them what to do / lyrics by Roy Turk, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- I cover the waterfront / words by Edward Heyman, music by John W. Green -- I dream of Indiana / words by Mitchell Parish,k music by Al Sherman and Frank Perkins -- I envy the moon / words by Joe Young, music by Milton Ager -- I feel I’ve always known you (I’ve met you in my dreams) / words by Roger Wm. Brown, music by Rolf Gunst -- I guess it had to be that way : from Too much harmony / music and words by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow -- I had to change the words / words and music by Geo. J. Bennett, Charles Tobias, Rubey Cowan -- I’ve got a little confession to make / words by Benny Davis, music by Joseph Meyer -- I’ve got a passion for pistachio nuts / words by Wm. S. Kearns, music by Henry E. Lloyd -- I’ve got my fingers crossed (‘Till you come home) / lyric by Roy Turk, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- I’ve got to pass your house to get to my house / words & music by Lew Brown.
- I gotcha where I wantcha / words by Edward Heyman, music by Richard Myers -- I hear my heart saying, you’re mine / lyric by Sam M. Lewis, music by J. Fred Coots -- I knew you’d pass me by / lyric by Jack Lawrence, arr. by Paul Hill, music by Arthur Altman -- I lay me down to sleep / words and music by Allie Wrubel -- I like mountain music / words by James Cavanaugh, music by Frank Weldon -- I like to go back in the evening (to that old sweetheart of mine) / lyrics by richard W. Pascoe, music by H. O’Reilly Clint and Clarence Williams -- I lost another sweetheart / by Terry Shand & Morton Dixon -- I may be dancing with somebody else (but I keep thinking of you) / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster -- I raised my hat / words by Edward Pola, music by Franz Steininger -- If I forget you / words and music by Irving Caesar -- If I had somebody to love / words by Billy Hill (George Brown), music by Peter De Rose -- If you don’t want to be sweethearts (I don’t want to be friends) / words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- If you lived in the mountains / words and music by Johnny Burke and Harold Spina -- If you’ll say “yes,” cherie / by Ray Noble -- In a café in Montmartre / words by John Mercer, music by Joseph Meyer -- In a garden in old Kalua / lyric by Mickey Kippel, music by Jack Aronson -- In a little second hand store / words and music by Harry Pease, Dave Dreyer and Ed G. Nelson -- In a little town across the border / lyric by Billy Hill, music by Mabel Wayne -- In a one-room flat / words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger -- In love with love / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lao Silesu -- In the mission by the sea / lyric by Billy Hill, music by Alfred Solman and Curt Kremer -- In the valley of the moon / by Charlie Tobias and Joe Burke -- In the vine covered church ‘way back home / by Frank Weldon and Jack Miller [partially mutilated] -- It’s not a secret anymore / words by Ralph Blue, music by Al hoffman & Charlie Kisco -- It’s Sunday down in Caroline / words by Marty Symes and Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson -- It’s the talk of the town / words by Marty Symes and Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson -- It’s time to sing “Sweet Adeline” again / words by Benny Davis and Al Boasberg, music by Sammy Fain -- It’s wonderful weather for love / words and music by Al Sherman and Al Lewis -- It might have been a diff’rent story / words by Ray Klages and Jack Meskill, music by James V. Monaco -- I understand / words by Richard Himber, music by Elliott Greunard -- I wake up smiling / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Fred E. Ahlbert -- I wanna know all about you / words by richard Jerome, music by J. Russel Robinson -- I want to ring bells / words by Maurice Sigler, music by J. Fred Coots -- I’ll be faithful / lyric by Ned Washington, melody by Allie Wrubel -- I’ll see you in church / by Charles Newman, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- I wonder who’s waltzing with the one I love / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Mabel Wayne -- I would if I could but I can’t / words and music by Bing Crosby, Alan Grey & Mitchell Parish -- I’d worship him just the same / by Lynn Cowan and Paul Worth -- Indian summer / words by John Mercer, music by Peter Tinturin -- Jealousy / words by Dorothy Dick, music by Joe Bishop -- Jimmy had a nickel / by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Joan of Arkansaw / lyric by Raymond Klages, music by Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Just a year ago to-night / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Lee David -- Just born to be lonesome / by Gus Kahn and Lew Pollack -- Just give me the girl! / by Walter Donaldson -- Just like a corner of heaven / by Ballard MacDonald, Karl Stark and James F. Hanley -- Just one word of consolation / words by Frank B. Williams, music by Tom Lemonier -- A kiss in the moonlight / words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- Lady Lou / words by Harry Tobias, music by Neil Moret -- Let’s give love another chance / by Carmen Lombardo, Herb Magidson and Sam H. Stept -- Let’s honeymoon again = När bröllopsicklockor ringa / English lyrics by Bartley Costello, Swedish lyrics by Sven-Olof Sandberg, music by Bert Carsten -- Let’s make up / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster -- Let’s sing again / music by Al Sherman, words by Bud Green and Al Lewis -- Life’s so complete / words & music by Richard Himber and Johnny Mercer -- Little green gate to heaven / words by Fred Meadows, music by Ernest Charles -- Little old shack in the mountains / by Mary Schaeffer -- Little one / words and music by Herman Hupfeld -- Little threads of silver (peeping thru the gold) / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed G. Nelson -- Little you know / by Joe Young, Milton Ager & Jean Schwartz -- Living in doubt / words & music by Chester Cohn -- Lonesome valley / words by Lou Klein, music by Bob Miller -- Longing / lyrics by Ray Klages, music by James V.Monaco -- Lou’siana lullaby / by Charles Newman, Johnny Burke & Harold Spina -- Louisville lady / words by Billy Hill (George Brown), music by Peter De Rose -- Love in the moonlight (for me) / lyric by J.C. Lewis Jr., music by Charley Kisco -- Love is in your eyes = El amor en tus ojos vi / lyric by Marjorie Harper, Spanish lyric by Nenette Noriega, music by Tito Guizar -- Love is the sweetest thing / words and music by Ray Noble -- Love is the thing / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Victor Young -- Love locked out / words by Max Kester, music by Ray Noble -- Love lost / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Love of my heart / words by Wavel M. Burg, music by Gertrude E. Burg -- Lovely / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Fred E.Ahlert -- Lover / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Love, what are you doing to my heart / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Tibor Barczi -- Low down upon the Harlem River / lyric by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- Mademoiselle / by Max Nesbitt & Harry Nesbitt -- Malibu / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- Manyana-to-morrow / words by Billy Hill (George Brown), music by Mabel Wayne -- Masquerading in the name of love / by Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Geo. Waggner -- Maybe I love you too much / by Irving Berlin -- Me and that old gang of mine / by Al Piantadosi, Bob Murphy Jack Glogau and Ben Bernie -- Meet me in the gloaming / words by Arthur Freed, music by Al hoffman and Al Goodhart -- Memphis by mornin’ / words by Eugene West, music by Peter De Rose, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson -- Mississippi missy / words & music by Owen L. Lee, Southwick Freeman & Dave Ringle -- Moonlight down in lovers’ lane / words by George Pitman and Bartley Costello, music by Max Kortlander -- Moonlight millionaires / words by Billy Rose and Irving Kahal, music by George W. Meyer -- Moonlight on the water / words by George A. Little, Sr., music by Larry Shay and George A. Little Jr. -- Moon over Monterey / words by William Hill, music by Mabel Wayne -- Morning, noon and night / words by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Louis Alter -- Music from across the sea / words by John Mercer, music by Peter Tinturin -- My design for living / lyrics by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- My fraternity pin / by Geo. J. Bennett and Lou Klein -- My Galveston gal / words & music by Phil Harris and George B. Adlam -- My gipsy rhapsody / lyric by Jack Lawrence, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson, music by Emery Deutsch & Arthur Altman -- My ideal / words by Thekla Hollingsworth, music by Edgar R. Carver -- My little grass shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii / words and music by Bill Cogswell, Tommy Harrison & Johnny Noble -- My! Oh, my! / words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- My old man / words by John Mercer, music by Bernie Hanighen -- My own / words and music by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster -- My Pennsylvania home / words and music by J. Owen Dixon -- My temptation / American lyrics by Al Dubin, words and music by Henry Sullivan & Desmond Carter -- My valley of memories / by Al Opler and Bob Miller -- Never before / lyric by Benny Davis, music by Bernice Petkere -- (I can’t forget) The night we met / by Gene Gifford, Glen Gray and Harry Pease -- Nine miles from ten-ten-Tennessee / lyric by Buddy Fields and Al Lewis, music by Al Sherman -- No greater love / words and music by Abner Silver, Eddie Maxwell and Joseph Meyer -- No more blues / words and music by Paul Denniker -- Nothing less than beautiful / words and music by Allie Wrubel -- Now that summer has gone / words and music by Ed Mirick and Ernie Fidellow.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 41
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 41.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1932-33.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 41