American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 47.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 47.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1936-1937.
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- 1 microfilm reel.
- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
- Some items in poor condition (partially mutilated).
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- P.S. 1936 series 2: Am I on? / by Andy Razaf and Paul Dennier -- Between dances / words & music by Dave Franklin -- The cause of all the gtrouble is the income tax / words & music by Greatrex Newman & Noel Gay -- Cowboy / written & composed by Michael Carr -- Dear lady of my dreams / words and music by Walter J. Brunsman, arranged by J. Alfred Schehl -- Don’t take the sweet out of sweetheart / words and music by Lou Klein, John Redmond and Lee David -- Every once in a while / lyric by Mort Dixon, melody by Ray Henderson -- The garden of the moon / lyrics by Monroe Selig, music by Alois Kutschera and Monroe Selig -- Hello California / words by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Mabel Wayne -- Here we are in love / lyrics by William Colligan, music by C.A. Bixio -- Honey, please don’t turn your back on me / words by Sidney Clare and Charlie Tobias, muic by Sam H. Stept -- Hop-skip-jump (into your arms) / words and music by Ray Bloch and Charles Chancer -- I wish I were a clown (like Pagliacci) / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Jimmie Monaco -- I wish I were a fish / lyrics by Henry Gershwin, music by Felix Maly and Hans Haas -- In any ivy covered arbor (on an old New England lawn) / words & music by Jimmie Grier, Lyle Moraine -- In an old Spanish garden / lyrics by Henry Gershwin, music by Wilhelm Licht -- In time / words by Tot Seymour, music by Ann Leaf -- An invitation to happiness / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Is that gratitude / lyrics by Marjorie Harper and Kay Twomey, music by Bill Livingston -- It can’t happen here / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- It’s like reaching for the moon / words and music by Al Sherman, Al Lewis and Gerald Marqusee -- It takes the moon / lyrics by Henry Gershwin, music by Hadju Imre -- Just an old fashioned picture of you / words and music by Joseph Hill -- Keep your eyes on Ira / words and music by Herman Hupfeld -- Lady you’re so sweet / lyrics by William Colligan, [music] by Leonhard K. Marker, Wolfgang Ronegg, arr. by Monroe Selig -- Lazy waves of Nassau / lyric by Myron Degnon, music by Julia Degnon -- Leave me my dreams / lyrics by William Colligan, music by C.A. Bixio -- Let’s have a tiddley at the milk bar / words and music by Noel Gay -- Living in a dream / by Billy Hays, Rray O’Day, Bo Elkins and T. Gindhart -- Lonely heart / words and music by Ireene Wicker -- Love rides on the moon / words and music by Dick Du Page, Lou Bring, Arthur Quenzer -- Ma guitare qui chante / English words by Marjorie Harper, French words by Andre De Badet, Italian words by C. Bruno & E. Di Lazzaro, music by E. di Lazzaro -- The man with the whiskers / by Vaughn De Leath -- A melody from the sky : from “The trail o the lonesome pine” / words & music by Sidney D. Mitchell and Louis Alter -- Moonlight and shadows / lyric by Frank Capano and Sam Breitigan, music by Ace Pancoast and Maurrie Merl -- Moonrise on the lowlands / words by Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson -- My favorite girl / words by Mack David, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- My song is you / by Ray Block, Irving Brown and Bill Livingston -- The night will end / words & music by Bernice Petkere -- No one but you / words and music by Bernard Williams, Dixie Brand, Bob Miller -- Old Joe’s hittin’ the jug / by Jack Palmer and Harry Stride -- Over a cup of tea / lyric by Frank Capano, music by Ace Pancoast and Maurrie Merl -- Parade of the lollypops = (La parade des lollypops) / lyrics and music by Charles H. Roth -- Sme old line / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- The song of the blind man / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- Sweetly and tenderly / words and music by Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots -- Swing me high-swing me low / by Jack Meskill, Leon Flatow, Ted White -- Ta-hu-wa-hu-wai / by Leleiohoku and Johnny Noble -- The telegram song / lyrics by Charlie Tobias, melody by John Jacob Loeb -- Tell Santy I live in a shanty / words by Harry Pease, music by Billy Haid -- Terrific / words by Al Bryan, music by Jean Schwartz -- That’s how Virginia began / lyrics by Irving Kahal, music by Oscar Levant -- That’s the time you got fooled / lyric by Frank Capano, Geo. Pazarian, music by Ace Pancost, Maurrie Merl -- There’s a bridle hangin’ on the wall / words and music by Carson J. Robison -- There’s “Auf wiedersehen” in your eyes (Auf der Puszta steht ein kleines Haus) / English words by Arthur Jones, German words by Hans Bussmann, music by Erdelyi Mihaly -- There’s frost on the moon / by Joe Young & Fred E. Ahlert -- There’s only one girl like you / by Horace Gerlach -- Thru a veil of indifference / music and lyrics by Buddy Feyne, Geo. Sterney and Peter Tinturin -- Time / words and music by Frank Capano & George Febbo -- Two in love / words & music by Bud Green, Joe Myrow & Buddy Clark -- Vamping a co-ed / words by J.C. Johnson, music by Claude Hopkins -- Wanderers (My lop-eared mule, my broken down horse ‘n’ me) / by Felix Bernard and Paul Francis Webster -- We’re healthy like anything / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Sammy Fain -- We’ll rest at the end of the trail / words and music by Curt Poulton and Fred Rose -- What’ll I do with the nights the rest of my days / by Little Jack Little, Edgar Lesliee andd George W. Meyer -- When it comes to a showdown / [by] Albert Gamse -- The Whiffenpoor song (Baa! Baa! Baa!) / by Meade Minnigerode, George S. Pomeeroy, tod B. Galloway, revision by Rudy Vallée -- While there is loved / words by Tot Seymour, music by Joe Reichman -- Whoa! Ya’ got me / by Cliff Friend -- Will the lady consent? / lyric by George Ronald Brown, music by Lee Hulbert -- Will you know me when you’re famous? / words and music by Helen Bernard, Sylvia Bressler, Sam Ward and Dave Ringle -- Yo hasta el cielo daria = (Heaven I’d give you) / music and Spanish lyric by Miguel Sandoval, English lyric by Hector De Lara -- You angel / words by Joe Young, music by Jean Schwartz -- You’ve taken my heart by storm / words and music by Dave Ringle -- You oughta learn to dance / words andd music by Frank Capano and Johnny Fortis -- You will never be too old to love / by Dave Oppenheim, Berenice Sills and Waldo Mayo.
- P.S. 1936 series 3: And the great big saw came nearer and nearer / by R.P. Weston, Bert Lee and Harris Weston, American version by Red Latham, Wamp Carlson, Guy Bonham -- The answer to the question in my heart = (Alegra não quer dôr) / words and music by Oliver Campos -- Bahama moon / lyric by Frank Berry, music by Charles Loffthouse -- The boy with the receding chin / words and music by Brad Browne -- The bride comes home / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Cool water / words and music by Bob Nolan -- The coronation waltz / lyric by Paul Cunningham, music by Irving Masloff -- Do you or don’t you love me? / words by Sydney Nesbitt, music by Ed Smalle -- Does your heart beat for me? / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Russ Morgan, Arnold Johnson -- Don’t play with fire (Tell me) / music by Sergio Ala, original words by Clifford Grey, American version by Rudy Vallée -- Faded flowers / lyrics by Edward Madden, music by Don Fina, arr. By Eugene Platzman -- Foolish questions / lyric by William Lee, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Full moon = (Noche de luna) / English lyric by Bob Russell, Spanish lyric by Gonzalo Curiel, music by Gonzalo Curier & Marcelene Odette -- Happy cowboy / words and music by Bob Nolan -- How could you forget? / words by Andy Razaf, music by Will Hollander -- I’m in a dancing mood / by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart & Al Hoffman -- I know darn well I can do without Broadway / words and music by Jimmy Durante -- I’ll walk beside you / words by Edward Lockton, music by Alan Murray -- In the evening by the moonlight / words and music by Jas. A. Blandk, arranged by Max Hirschfeld -- ‘Tain’t a fit night out for man or beast / words and music by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin -- Knock wood / words and music by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin -- Let’s dine alone tonight / words and music by Ruth Sylvia Keil -- Louisiana / words by Andy Razaf and Bob Schafer, music by J.C. Johnson -- Love in disguise / lyric by Albert Gamse, music by Henry Yerger -- Love me just a little bit / lyric by Ren Shields and Jos. H. McKeon, music by W. Raymond Walker -- Mutiny on the bandstand / lyrics by Sammy Cahn, music by Saul Chaplin -- My cathedral / by Don McNeill and Walter Blaufuss, W.R. Williams, co-writer -- My day begins and ends with you / by Benny Davis & J. Fred Coots -- My pony boy / words by Bobby Heath, music by Charley O’Donnell -- My Texas (A call to Texas) / words and music by Lura Love -- The night is young and you’re so beautiful / words by Billy Rose and Irving Kahal, music by Dana Suesse -- Now or never / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Peter De Rose -- (In New York daddy sings) Oh Jimmie catch ballie, Oh Jennie catch ballie / words and music by Joseph Schlacht -- Thee old mill wheel (never turns anymore) / words and music by Mary Schaeffer -- Picking sweethearts (for somebody else) / words by Louis Mestesky, music by Ben & Sam Adelman -- Pretty eyes / words and music by Jimmie Lunceford, Ona Welsh, J. Milton Reddie -- Sons of Yale / words by Paul Gilbert, music by Leonard Thomas -- Sophisticated swing / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Will Hudson -- Sweetheart let’s grow old together / lyric by J.W. Bratton, music by Leo Edwards -- Swingin’ on the Swanee shore / by James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Lee David -- The stars belong to you / words and music by S. Arlo Woodard -- The story of seven roses / by Harry Pease, Willie Raskin, Vincent Rose -- Swanee school of swing / by Bob Schafer, Dunc Peckham, Tom Fowler -- Swingin’ soldier man / words and music by Jack Meskill, Leon Flatow & Ted White -- That’s big business for me / words by Eli Dawson, Ian Donez, music by Ernie Burnett -- There’s a friendly house / words by Benny Davis, music by James F. Hanley -- The touch of God’s hand / words and music by Bob Nolan -- Two notes / lyric by Marty Symes, music by Ed B. Claypoole -- Whatcha gonna do when there ain’t no swing? / words by Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson -- When autumn leaves / by Brooks Bowman -- The widow’s daughter / words by Arthur Swanstrom, music by James F. Hanley -- Yes! Yes! My! My! / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Saul Chaplin -- You can call it swing / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Saul Chaplin -- You gotta start off each day with a song / words and music by Jimmy Durante.
- P.S. 1937 series 1: Alibi baby / words & music by Edward Heyman, Tot Seymour & Vee Lawnhurst -- And then they called it love / words by Bob Rothberg, music by Joseph Meyer -- Any old love : from Something to sing about / words and music by Victor Schertzinger -- Azure / lyric by Irving Mills, music by Duke Ellington -- A beautiful love story / lyric by Kay Twomey, music by Saul Tepper -- Bei mir bistu shein / words by J. Jacbos, music by Sholom Secunda -- Big boy blue / by Jack Lawrence, Dan Howell, Peter Tinturin -- The big dipper / words and music by Larry Clinton -- Boo-hoo / by Edward Heyman, Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- A broken melody / lyrics by Phil Stewart, music by James Blade -- Cachita / lyric by Xavier Cugat and Al Stillman, music by Rafael Hernandez -- Caravan / lyric by Irving Mills, music by Duke Ellington and Juan Tizol -- Chained / by Herbert Walsh, James Murray and Phil Levant -- Choir boy / words and music by Dave Oppenheim, Ira Schuster, Leo Edwards -- Cryin’ mood / words and music by Andy Razaf and Chick Webb -- Curly top’s birthday / lyric by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Lew Pollack -- Dancing under the stars / by Harry Owens -- Did you know Noah / words and music by Mary Schaeffer -- He door is open again / by Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner and Gerald Marks -- Dreamy eyes / words and music by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- East Saint Louis / [by] W.C. Handy -- Farewell my love / words by Lou Holzer, music by Harry Kogen and Henry Busse [partially mutilated] -- Floating on a bubble / by Dave Franklin andd Cliff Friend -- Fly away little dream / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Peter De Rose -- Fun and things and stuff / words and music by Al Brooks, Murry Harte and Fred Fisher -- The gentleman awaitts / by The Gentlemen of Rhythm (Joe Browne, Joe Costa, Bob Mulkey and Howard Benedict) -- Gone with the wind / words by Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel -- The greatest mistake of my life / by James Netson -- Harbor lights / words and music by Jimmy Kennedy and Hugh Williams -- Havana’s calling me (La conga) / words by Marion Sunshine, music by Eliseo Grenet -- Heart and soul / words and music by Emery Deutsch, Mtichell Parish and Sam Pokrass -- Heaven help this heart of mine / by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell -- (You are so) Heavenly / lyrics by Gay Milius Jr., music by Al & Lee Reiser & George Engles Jr. -- Heavenly Hawaii / by Robert Horne -- (I’m a) Hill billy boy from the mountains / words and music by Clarence A. Stout -- Hold me tight / words and music by Xavier Cugat and Agnes Sarli [partially mutilated] -- Home town / words and music by Jimmy Kennedy & Michael Carr -- Honeybunch / words and music by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell -- A honeymoon for two / by Frank A. Lang -- Hy diddle diddle diddle bum bum / by Robert Duke Leonard and Harry Jentes -- I’m face to face with love / words by Paul Rusinsky, music by W. Edward Brueder and Woody Herman -- I’m gonna kiss myself goodbye / by Irving Gordon, Allan Roberts, Al Kaufman -- I’m hatin’ this waitin’ around / by Charlie Tobias, Al Lewis and Murray Mencher [partially mutilated] -- I’m in a trance = (Je suis en transe) / words and music by Jack Shore, Rowena Huber & Franke Magine, French version by Albert W. Barbelle -- I’m on a sit-down strike for love / words and music by Reginald Thomas and Oscar Turner -- I can’t break the habit of you / words and music by Andy Razaf, Charlie Beal and bob Causer -- I can take it on the chin (but not on the heart) / by Fred Fisher, Edward J. Lambert & Gerald Dolin -- I’ve got a new lease on love / words by Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- I ought to have my head examined / by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- I plead guilty / by Al Stillman, Alex Hyde and basil G. Adlam -- I saw your face in the moon / words and music by Odis Elder -- I’ll never tell you I love you / words by Will Hudson, Irving Mills, music by Will Hudson -- I wouldn’t care / words by David Ormont, music by Charles Harold -- I wouldn’t change you for the world / by Mack David, Geo. W. Meyer, Pete Wendling -- If I can count on you / by Jack Meskill & Milton Ager, based on a theme by Henry Lodge -- If you ever should leave / words and music by Sammy Cahn, and Saul Chaplin -- (At a table) In a little café / lyric by Walter Hirsch, music by Lou Handman -- In an old Venetian garden / words and music by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell -- In New York, the wise little Jew / words and music by Joseph Schlacht -- In the still of the night : from Rosalie / words and music by Cole Porter -- Is this gonna be my lucky summer? / words by Benny Davis, music by Rube Bloom -- It’s high time / words and music by Arthur Altman, Francis K. Shuman, Al Sherman -- Jack climbed a beanstalk / words & music by Sol Marcus, Eddie Seiler, Benny Benjamin -- Ji-ji-boo / by E.P. La Freniere -- Just about right / lyric by Lysle Tomerlin, mussic by Andy Iona Long -- Just to remind you / words by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones -- The kid in the three cornered pants / lyric by Al Lewis, music by John Jacob Loeb -- Kitchy-Mi-Koko Isle / words by Eddie Pola, music by Newell Chase -- The lady likes to love = (El marimbulero) / Spanish words and music by Eliseo Grenet, English lyric by Bickley Reichner -- Let me day dream / lyric by Bob Wright and chet forrest, music by Walter Donaldson -- Let my conscience be your guide / lyric by Al Stillman, music by Harold Mooney -- Let’s all play geography / lyric by Tom Gindhart, mussic by Jan Savitt and Benjamin Musicant -- Let’s begin again / by Milton Berle, Doris Tauber, Bob Rothberg -- Let’s waltz for old time’s sake / words by Ted Koehler, music by Sam H. Stept -- (My love is in Kalua) Little heaven of the seven seas / lyric by Jack Scholl, music by M.K. Jerome -- The little old fashioned music box / [by] Mack David, Geo. W. Meyer, Pete Wendling -- London on a foggy afternoon / words and music by Ina George -- Lonely little lighthouse / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Mary Schaeffer -- It looks like rain in Cherry Blossom Lane / by Edgar Leslie & Joe Burke -- The love bug will bite you (if you don’t watch out) / words and music by Pinky Tomlin -- Love is a merry-go-round / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Rube Bloom -- Make me a Christmas present of you / lyric by Raymond B. Egan and Arthur Terker, music by J. Russel Robinson -- My, myself and I (are all in love with you) / words and music by Irving Gordon, Allan Roberts, Alvin S. Kauffman -- The meanest thing you ever did was kiss me / by Al Lewis, Charles Newman & Murray Mencher -- Meet me at the New York Fair / lyrics by Bob Randolph, music by Joseph E. Howard -- The merry-go-round broke down / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin -- The mood that I’m in / by Abneer Silver & Al Sherman -- Moon at sea / by Harry Pease, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose -- Moonlight madness = (Trigueñita) / music and Spanish lyric by Julio Brito, English lyric by Dave Oppenheim and Leo Edwards -- My cabin of dreams / words and music by Nick Kenny, Al Frazzini & Nat Madison -- My day / by Edward Heyman, Carmen Lombardo, John Jacob Loeb -- My funny Valentine : from Babes in Arms / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- My poor prune / lyric by Vivian Gardner, music by Phil Levant and J.V. De Cimbri -- My room / by Edward Heyman, Carmen Lombardo, John Jacob Loeb -- Nero / words and music by Andy razaf, Paul Denniker and Joe Davis -- New York governor Al Smith / words and music by Joseph Schlacht -- Now the whole world knows (I love you) / lyric by Nat Neeley, music by Isham Jones.
- Oh the Irish sweet melody, in New York, Mr. & Mrs. O’Reilly / words and music by Joseph Schlacht -- Ole King Cole / words and music by Larry Clinton, Julian Kay, Ira Schuster -- On a little bamboo bridge / lyric by Archie Fletcher, music by Al Sherman -- On a little dream ranch / by Billy Hill -- On a little ship sailing the sea / by E.P. La Freniere, Stan A. Willcock -- One eyed love / by Wendell Hall -- One girl in my arms (is worth a million in my dreams) / words by Harry Tobias, music by Roy Ingraham -- Out where the trail begins / words by Billy Kaye, music by Sid Stewart -- Pick that bass / by Al & Gertrude Bernard -- Pineapple swing : as featured in the Harlem uproar house revue / by Fred Fisher and Doris Fisher -- Polynesian romance / lyric by Lysle Tomerlin, music by Andy Iona Long -- Poor “Robinson Crusoe” / by Al Stillman, Alex Hyde and Basil G. Adlam -- Radio in heaven (so mother can listen in) / words and music by Fred Fisher -- Readin’ from left to right / words and music by Bradford Browne, Vincent Lopez and Max Rich -- Riding hobby horses in the park / lyrics by Fred Fisher, music by J. Frank Otto and Bob Loring -- Rockin’ chair swing / by Mary Schaeffer and Vincent Lopez -- Rusty hinge / by Burgess Brown and E.P. La Freniere -- A sailboat in the moonlight / words and music by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- Scattin’ at the Kit Kat / lyric by Irving Mills, music by Duke Ellington -- Shame on you / words and music by Harold Lawrence, Barry Niesen, Jay Milton -- Silbando = (Whistling) / [Spanish] words by Benito C. Collada, [English words] by Marjorie Harper, music by Don Alberto, Rosita Rios -- Silvery moon and golden sands / by Harry Pease, Billy Haid, Larry Stock -- Slow poke / [by] Leith Stevens, Bob Prescott and Bud Green -- The snake charmer / words by Leonard Whitcup, music by Teddy Powell -- Snowtime serenade / words and music by Marjorie Harper, Don Baker and Bill Livingston -- So many memories / by Harry Woods -- Somebody’s thinking of you tonight / lyric by Marty Symes, music by Tedd Powell, Ira Schuster -- Something to sing about : from the film Something to sing about / words and music by Victor Schertzinger -- Sorority waltz / by John Redmond, Lee David -- South wind / words and music by Basil Ziegler, Lou Shank and Marty Symes -- Spring cleaning (getting ready for love) / words and music by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell -- Stand by for a radio flash! (I love you) / words and music by Ina George -- Stardust on the moon / words and music by Emery Deutsch and Jimmy Rogan -- Sticks and stones will break my bones / lyrics by Jimmy Cavanaugh and Andy Razaf, music by Jack Palmer -- Strangers in the rain / by Dave Oppenheim, Johnny Goldfine, Leo Edwards -- Sunshine Sally (from Sunshine Valley) / by Terry Shand -- Sure, we ain’t got sugar! / words and music by F. Henri Klickmann, Ben Gordon, Nat Simon, Harry Pease, Frank Weldon, Roy Newell, James Cavanaugh, Sammy Mysels, Charley McCarthy, Vincent Rose -- Sweet stranger / by Ned Wever, Milton Ager & Jerry Livingston -- Tears in my heart / words by Leonard Whitcup, music by Teddy Powell -- Ten o’clock town / lyric by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Michael H. Clearly -- Thanks for everything / words by Isham Jones and Edward Stone, music by Isham Jones [partially mutilated] -- To a sweet pretty thing / lyric by Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- Today I am a man! / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman -- Tonight in my arms / words and music by Bernie Angus and Helen Steele -- Toodle-oo / by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- Tropical moonlight / by Ceelle Burke -- Turkish delight / words by Max Kester, music by Ray Noble -- Twelve o’clock at night (and all is well) / lyric by Roy Newell, music by Shandor -- Two rocking chairs (by the fireside) / by Vaughn DeLeath -- Till the clock strikes three / by Billy Hill -- Watching for your shadow / by Ange Lorenzo, Leonard MacKenzie Jr., Paul R. Lebzelter and Herb Jones, piano arrangement by Harold Potter -- We can’t go on this way! / by E.P. La Freniere, Erskin Butterfield, Percy Post and Walter Bishop -- Weary nights / lyrics by Dick Bixby, music by Rudy Bundy, Paul Helvey, Russ Thomas -- A wee bunch of shamrocks / lyric by Al J. Neiburg, music by E.P. La Freniere -- Wee Willie Winkie / lyric by Lupin Fien, music by Lee Wainer -- What a heavenly night! / lyrics by Bert Kalmar & Harry Ruby, music by Ted Fiorito -- What will I tell my heart? / words and music by Peter Tinturin and Jack Lawrence -- Whatever happened to you / words by Charles & Nick Kenny, music by Bernard Maltin -- When? (will you belong to me) / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Peter De Rose -- When I wear my jippi jappa = (Mi sombrero jipijapa) / Spanish version by Benito C. Collada, words and music by Marjorie Harper and Bill Livingston -- When two love each other (just as you and I) / words and music by Vincent Rose, Harry Pease and Arthur Altman -- While dancing the minuet / words and music by Johnny Tucker & James Marchant -- Whispers in the dark : from the film Artists and models / words & music by Leo Robin and Frederick Hollander -- Why do Hawaiians sing aloha / words by Jack Meskill and Will Raskin, music by Sam H. Stept -- With a chee, chee, chee and a doo, doo, doo (in monkey talk means I love you) / by Frank A. Lang -- The woods are full of cuckoos (and my heart is full of love) / words by Charles Newman, music by J. Fred Coots -- Words fail me / words and music by Sylvan Taplinger and bob Dale -- Wouldn’t it break your heart? / words by Marty Symes, music by Mabel Wayne -- (Have you forgotten) The you and me that used to be / words by Walter Bullock, music by Allie Wrubel -- You’re a hit! / words and music by Ina George -- You’re gonna wake up some day / words by Marty Symes, music by Milton Ager -- You’re here, you’re there (you’re everywhere) / words by Irving Kahal, music by John Jacob Loeb -- You’re my desire / words by Will Hudson & Irving Mills, music by Will Hudson -- You’re my strongest weakness / words & music by Coy Poe, Buddy Le Roux, Al Heath -- You’re precious to me / words and music by Pat Ballard, Bert Pellish and Nat Brusiloff -- You got somethin’ there / words and music by Dick Sanford, Nat Simon and Roy Newell -- You hit the nail on the head / by Marty Symes and Milton Ager -- You can’t stop me from dreaming / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin [partially mutilated] -- You can’t take it with you / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Abel Baer -- You showed me the way / words and music by Bud Green, Ella Fritzgerald, Teddy McCrae, Chick Webb -- You took all the blue out of heaven (and gave it all to me) / by Frank A. Lang -- You took the words right out of my heart : from the film The big broadcast of 1938 / words & music by Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger.
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- *ZB-2491 reel 47
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 47.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1936-1937.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 47