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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 205.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 205.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1945-1946.

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reel 205 [1945 Twelfth-1946 Dust]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 205 reel 205 [1945 Twelfth-1946 Dust]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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  • Primarily sheet music for voice with piano accompaniment; a few are lead sheets (indicated in the contents note).
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
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Contents
  • 1945: The 12th is marching on (The Twelfth is marching on) / words and music by Hyman Rubin -- Two down and one to go : from the radio program "United States Treasury salutes" / words and music by Mark Warnow -- Two hearts in danger : from the motion picture "The Overtons" / lyric by Archie Gottler, music by Jerome Gottler -- Two silhouettes : from the motion picture "Make mine music" / lyric by Ray Gilbert, music by Charles Wolcott -- Two wrongs don't make a right / words and music by Irene Higginbotham -- Under the willow tree / words and music by Billy Reid -- United Nations anthem / by Louis Herscher -- Until / words and music by Jack Fulton, Bob Crosby and Hunter Kahler [2 copies] -- The victory waltz / words and music by Del D'Lower -- Viva America / English lyrics by Harold Rome, Spanish lyrics and music by Caridad Garcia -- Wait and see : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- Wait for to-morrow : from the musical "Polonaise" / words by John Latouche, music by Bronislaw Kaper [2 copies] -- Waitin' for the train to come in / by Sunny Skylar and Martin Block [2 copies] -- Walkin' on a tightrope (Headin' for a fall) / words and music by Al Stillman -- Walter Winchell rhumba / lyric by Carl Sigman, music by Noro Morales [2 copies] -- Watch out, angel : from the musical "Watch out, angel" / lyric by Eddie DeLange, Jerry Seelen, music by Josef Myrow -- Wave to me, my lady / by William Stein and Frank Loesser -- We live for love tonight / lyric by Bobby Worth, based on Concerto no. 2 by S. Rachmaninoff, adapted by Jack Fina, Bob Ballard -- We salute you (Salutte to the wounded) / by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood -- Weary with worry / words and music by Billy Hayes and Lee Melton -- Welcome home stranger (Stranger, welcome home) / by Jack Kenney -- Welcome to my dream : from the motion picture "Road to Utopia" / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- We'll all be in clover (When this war is over) / words and music by Al Grushkin, arranged by Preston S. Sandiford -- (We'll be) Sweethearts forever / by Henri Ross, Larry King -- We'll be together again / lyric by Frankie Laine, music by Carl Fischer [2 copies] -- We'll gather lilacs : from the musical "Perchance to dream" / words and music by Ivor Novello [2 copies] -- What a deal / words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- What did you do with that dream? / words and music by Don R. George, Johnny Whitney and Jack Edwards -- What is love / by Mack Davis, Ray Bloch, Bernard Maltin, based on Chopin's "Polonaise militaire" -- What more can a woman do? / words and music by Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour -- Whatchat say? : from the motion picture "Pillow to post" / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Burton Lane -- What's a girl supposed to do : from the musical "Mr. Strauss goes to Boston" / lyric by Robert Sour, music by Robert Stolz -- What's for you is for me / words and music by Jack Palmer, Irving Melsher, Buster Harding [lead sheet] -- What's the use of wond'rin' : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- When a world that's been so wrong so long / words by Raymond B. Egan, music by Gerald Marks -- When Hitler telephones for help / words by William S. Anderson, music by Leo and Hector Richard -- When I gets to where I'm goin' / [by] Jack Edwards, Duke Leonard, Sam Braverman -- When I heard taps blow that night / music and lyrics by Rahland Wilson -- When I waltz at home with you / words by Dude Boros, music by Joe Hamm -- When I was a little cuckoo : from the musical "Seven lively arts" / words and music by Cole Porter -- When it's over / words and music by Lyle K. Kelly -- When it's Sunday in the valley / by Louis Seifert and Fred Rose -- When Johnny comes marchin' home / by Buddy Kaye -- When my baby's by my side / words by Vick Knight, music by Ted Klages -- When the children are asleep : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- When the old gang's back on the corner (singin' 'Sweet Adeline" again) / words and music by Al Hoffman, Dave Grupp, Gill Mills, Carl Lampl -- When the one you love simploy won't love back : from the motion picture "Cinderella Jones" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- When the sandman rides the trail / words by Eddie Cherkose, music by Mabel Wayne -- When you smile for me / words and music by Alfred Lilly -- When you walk in the room : from the musical "Up in Central Park" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Sigmund Romberg -- When you're far, far away / words and music by Joe Hughes -- Where are the words (to fit the music here in my heart?) / words and music by Charles Bourne -- Where is the chicken in the chicken chow mein? / lyric by Al Trace, Sammy Gallop, mussic by Fred Spielman, Stephan Weiss -- Which way did my heart go? / lyric by Gene Carroll and Irving Rose, music by Sid Wayne -- Wheil the Angelus was ringing (Les trois cloches) / lyric by Dick Manning, music by Jean Villard [3 copies] -- While you are over there / lyrics by Al Tully, music by Norma Sylvan -- While you're away : from the motion picture "The McConnell story" / lyric by Stanley Adams, music by Max Steiner -- The whistler's polka (Yoo hoo) / words by Justin Ring and Al Ashley, music by Robert Vogel -- White cross on Okinawa / words and music by Bob Wills, Cliff Sundin, Cliff Johnsen (Cactus Jack) -- The white dove of peace / words and music by Remus Harris and Irving Melsher -- White orchids / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Peter De Rose -- Who are we to say / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Harry Sosnick -- Who?; It's not you / lyrics by Hilda Taylor, music by Luis Aldana and Charles Gunther -- Who knows : from the musical "Mr. Strauss goes to Boston" / lyric by Robert Sour, music by Robert Stolz -- Who threw the whiskey in the well? / by Lucky Millinder, Eddie De Lange and Johnny Brooks -- Who'll lend me a rainbow / by Allan Roberts, Doris Fisher -- Who's gonna chop your kindlin' wood? / words and music by Lou Wayne and Bob Shelton -- Why should the two of us be lonesome? / words and music by Joe Davis -- Why shouldn't it happen to us? / by Mann Holinerr, Alberta Nichols -- The wild, wild west : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- Will ya be my darlin' / by Mary Ann Owens -- Will ya? Won't ya? / words and music by Manny (Smitty) Smith and Helen M. Hess -- Will you marry me? : from the motion picture "Yolanda and the thief" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Harry Warren -- William didn't tell / by Doc Wheeler, Barbara Belle and Anita Leonard -- Winter interlude / by Lee Pearl, Art Berman, Joe Schuster -- The wish that I wish tonight : from the motion picture "Christmas in Connecticut" / lyric by Jack Scholl, music by M.K. Jerome -- The wonder of you / by Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, Don George -- Wonderful world / by Milton Orent -- Wonderful you (How I wonder sometimes about just wonderful you) / words by Bert Lee, music by Fred Harris -- Woolie boogie bee / words and music by Burl Ives -- World democracy / by Irving H. Walker, Elizabeth T. Van Woert [choral score] -- The worry song : from the motion picture "Anchors aweigh" / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Sammy Fain -- Worryin' the life out of me / lyric by Bob Russell, music by Miff Mole and Frank Signorelli -- Would you cry? / words and music by Virginia Midgett -- Would you like to see a picture of my baby? / words and music by Sid Robin -- I was never nearer heaven in my life / by Jesse Rogers, Riley Shepard, Johnny Creighton -- Wow-ooh-wolf : from the musical "Seven lively arts" / words and music by Cole Porter.
  • 1945: Ya' betcha / words & music by Johnny Langge, Ralph Wolf -- Ya got me : from the musical "On the town" / lyric by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein -- Ya gotta see baby tonight / by Louis Prima, Larry Stock and Freddy James -- Ya-ta-ta, ya-ta-ta / words and music by Johnny Burke, and Jimmy Van Heusen [2 copies] -- (Yip yip de hootie) My baby said yes / by Teddy Walters, Sid Robin -- Yolanda : from the motion picture "Yolanda and the thief" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Harry Warren -- The "yoo-hoo" song / words by Herb Leighton, Sylvia Dee, music by Hugo Taiani -- You always think of everything / words and music by Joe Davis -- You are too beautiful / [from the motion picture "Hallelujah, I'm a bum"] / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- You can count on me / words and music by Eddy Wilson -- You can cry on somebody else's shoulder / by Dick Robertson, Marty Symes, Frank Weldon -- You can't break the chains of love / words and music by Lew Porter, Jimmy Wakely and F.J. Tableporter -- You can't stop now / words by Lew Brown and Buck Ram, music by Adrian Rollini -- You can't take love to the grocery store / words by Leighla Whipper, music by Lionel Belasco -- You darling, you / by Maceo Pinkard and Chris Denzler -- You excite me : from the motion picture "Tonight and every night" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- You forgotcha guitar / lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, music by James V. Monaco -- You gotta know / words and music by Frankie Marino -- You haven't changed at all : from the musical "The day before spring" / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe -- You may not love me / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by James Van Heusen -- You moved right in : from the motion picture "Bring on the girls" / words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- You must be blind / words and music by Lorenzo Pack and Milton Nelson -- You never miss the water till the well runs dry / by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood -- You, so it's you! : from the motion picture "Holiday in Mexico" / music and lyrics by Nacio Herb Brown, Earl K. Brent -- You turned traitor to me / words and music by Eddy Wilson -- You two-timed me one time too often / by Jenny Lou Carson -- You was right, baby / words and music by Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour -- You won't be satisfied (until you break my heart) / words and music by Freddy James, Larry Stock [4 copies] -- You won't find apples on a cherry tree / by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood -- You'd better stop playin' with fire / words and music by Joe Davis -- You'll never walk alone : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers [3 copies] -- You'll never walk alone : from the motion picture Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- The young woman in the shoe / words and music by William A. Dillon -- Your father's mustache (The mustache song) / words and music by Larry Stock, James Cavanaugh, Ira Schuster -- Your pot o' dough (and my pot o' dough) : from the radio program "Music for millions" / words and music by Robert Sour -- Your socks don't match / by Leo Corday and Leon Carr -- You're far too near me : from the musical "The firebrand of Florence" / yrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill -- You're gonna be sorry / by Maceo Pinkard & Lester Rutsky -- You're heaven to me / words & music by Al Bandini -- You're more than a name and address : from the musical "A lady says yes" / lyric by Stanley Adams, music by Fred Spielman and Arthur Gershwin -- You're my gift for Christmas / words and music by Mark Pendleton, Bob Allen -- You're not the man you used to be / by William Gerner -- You're not the only apple on the apple tree / by Sammy Gallop, Dick Kuhn, Charles Shaw -- You're so sweet to remember : from the motion picture "Winged victory" / lyric by Leo Robin, music by David Rose -- You're so worth waiting for / words by Ervin Drake, music by Helen Ward -- You're sorry for me / lyrics by Maggi McNellis and Max Wartell, music by Irving Wallman -- You're too pretty to be lonesome / by Eddie Dean, Louis Herscher, Lew Porte3r -- You've laughed at me for the last time / words and music by Richard Howard -- Zambingo / English lyric by Jerry Deitz, Portuguese lyric by Nina Mitnitsky, music by Joe Deleir.
  • 1946: (Ah-yes) There's good blues tonight / words and music by Edna Osser and Abe Osser -- Abie's Irish Rose : from the motion picture "Abie's Irish Rose" / by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells -- Absent-minded / words and music by Burt Miller -- Adiosita / words and music by Edgar Moran -- Adventure / lyric by Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny, music by Abner Silver [2 copies] -- After dark / words and music by Van Cunningham -- Ah dee ah dee ah (The oddity song) / by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Al Kaufman -- Ah, revere! Ah, revere! / words and music by Jane A. Flanders -- Ain't gonna worry 'bout a soul / by Bob A. Davis -- Ain't it a mess / words and music by Walt Farrar and Al Gannaway -- Ain't no hurray, baby (with a guy like me) / words by Stan Rhodes, music by David Saxon -- Ain't that just like a woman / by Claude Demitrius and Fleecie Moore -- All dressed up with a broken heart / words and music by Fred Patrick, Claude Reese and Jack Val [5 copies] -- All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth / words and music by Don Gardner -- All suit! No man! / lyric by Alice D. Simms, music by J. Fred Coots -- All that glitters is not gold / lyric by Lee Kuhn, music by Alice Cornett, Eddie Asherman [2 copies] -- Bubble gum / by Clarence Gaskill -- All the world is lonely now / words & music by Mel Foree -- All through the day : from the motion picture "Centennial summer" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Jerome Kern -- All women are wolves (God bless 'em) / words and music by Al Trace, Charles Kenny, Nick Kenny & Abner Silver -- All year 'round / lyric by Paul Secon, music by Larry Coleman -- Along with me : from the musical "Call me mister" / music and lyrics by Harold Rome -- Always in my heart / words and music by J.A. Ham -- Always the lady : from the motion picture "Three little girls in blue" / lyric by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow -- Amado mio / words and music by Allan Roberts, Doris Fisher -- Amelia Cordelia McHugh (Mac who?) / lyric by Constance Carpenter, music by Nisa Redi Oliveri -- The 'Ampstead way : from the motion picture "My heart goes crazy" / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by James Van Heusen -- And so to bed / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Robert Emmett Dolan -- And then I looked at you / words by Don Reid, music by Dave Terry -- And then it's heaven / lyric by Eddie Seiler, music by Sol Marcus, Al Kaufman [3 copies] -- Anniversary song : from the motion picture "The Jolson story" / by Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin, based on a theme by Ivanovici [3 copies] -- Another night like this (En una noche asi) : from the motion picture "Carnival in Costa Rica" / mlyrics by Harry Ruby, music by Ernesto Lecuona -- Ansiedad : from the motion picture "Il socio" / letra de Ernesto M. Cortazar, música de Atilio Bruni -- Any place I hang my hat is home : from the musical "St. Louis woman" / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen -- Anybody's love song / lyric by Al Jacobs, music by Paul Mann [2 copies] -- Anything you can do : from the musical "Annie get your gun" / words and music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- Apollo groove / music by Reuben Phillips -- Aren't you kind of glad we did? : from the motion picture "The shocking Miss Pilgrim" / lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- Arizona sundown / words by Eddie De Lange, music by Louis Alter -- Arruza / letra de Gerardo Gonzalez, música de Francisco Marrodán y Enrique Garavilla -- As I was going along : from the musical "Sing out swet land" / words and music by Edward Eager and Elie Siegmeister -- As long as I live / by Roy Acuff -- As lovely as a rose / words & music by Sanford Lewis -- Asi asi / letra y música de Eddie Gomez -- Asthoreen Bawn / words by Dr. Arthur Colahan, music by P.J. Ryan [2 copies] -- At the shrine of Saint Anne de Beaupré / by Eddie Dowling and Fred Hillebrand -- Atomic power / words and music by Fred Kirby -- Aunque estés lejos de mi / Spanish text, lyric and music by René Touzet -- Avocado : from the motion picture "Talk about a lady" / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Ay, ay, ay, ay! My serenade / English lyric by Marjorie Harper, Spanish lyric by Nena Noriega, music by Tito Guizar -- Azul paraná / letra de Germán Gimenez, musica de Eladio Martinez -- Azusa / -- Baby, baby all the time / words and music by Bob Troup -- Baby don't be mad at me / words by Mack David, music by Ticker Freeman -- The Back Bay polk : from the motion picture "The shocking Miss Pilgrim" lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin / -- Bagel and lox / words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky -- Bald headed pappies / words and music by Eleanor Smythe, Millie Dyer and Ruth Frank -- Bali boogie / words and music by Sylvia Fine -- The Bar-None ranch in the sky / words by Co Coben, music by Irving Melsher -- Bashful baby / lyric by Berny Feenburg, music by Ralph Care -- Barnaby Beach : from the musical "Three to make ready" / words by Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan Lewis -- Be a clown : from the motion picture "The pirate" / words and music by Cole Porter -- The beaut from Butte / words and music by Max C. Freedman and Dick Thomas -- Beautiful carnation : from the motion picture "Continental Rose" / lyric by Danny K. Kuaana, music by Bernie K. Kaai -- Beautiful Hawaii's shore / words by R.J. Fitzgerald, music by R. Woodie -- Because I think of you / lyrics and music by Jess Sawaya -- Beside you : from the motion picture "My favorite brunette" / music and words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- The best man / words and music by Roy Alfred, Fred Wise [2 copies] -- Between the first "hello" and the last "goodbye" / words by John Klenner, music by Pete Wendling -- Beware my heart : from the motion picture "Carnegie Hall" / words and music by Sam Coslow -- The Bible my mother left to me / words and music by Pinky Herman and Bill Barry [2 copies] -- Black but sweet / words and music by Wilmoth Houdini -- Blue and melancholy mood / by Eddy Breuder, Monica Lewis, Paul Rusincky -- Blue bayou : from the motion picture "Make mine music" / words & music by Ray Gilbert & Bobby Worth -- Blue blue eyes / by Arthur Smith, Wanda Daniels -- Blue love (in my heart) / by Floyd Jenkins -- Blue valley (where my dreams can't come true) / words and music by Russell Daville, Jimmy "Lover Man" Davis -- The blues are brewin' : from the motion picture "New Orleans" / lyric by Eddie De Lange, music by Louis Alter -- Bongo / letra y música de Ernesto Vazquez -- The bouncing ball polka / words and music by Garet Romero -- Bow-legged cowboy (You gotta straighten out for me) / by Harry Tobias, Johnny Marvin -- Bright was the day : from the musical "Pacific 1860" / words and music by Noel Coward -- The broken hearted one you left alone / words and music by Joy May Creasy -- Broomstick buckaroo / words and music by "Smiley" Burnette and Ozie Waters -- Bump-on-the-head Brown / words and music by Chauncey Morehouse, Larry Binyon and Frank Signorelli -- Busy, busy, busy / words and music by Fred Wise, Milton Leeds and Al Frisch -- Buzz me / by Danny Baxter.
  • 1946: Cab song : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman -- Cakewalk your lady : from the musical "St. Louis woman" / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen -- California : from the motion picture "California" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Earl Robinson -- California or bust : from the motion picture "California" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Earl Robinson -- The California polka / by Dale Fitzsimmons -- California sunbeam / words and music by Sam H. Stept -- Call me mister : from the musical "Call me mister" / music and lyrics by Harold Rome -- The calypso way / words and music by Wilmoth Houdini -- Candlelight and roses / words by Billy Hill, music by Willard Robison and John Klenner -- Careless kisses / words and music by Hank Caldwell -- Carousel in the park : from the musical "Up in Central Park" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Catfish, take a look at that worm / words and music by "Smiley" Burnette -- The cat's me-ow / words and music by Albert Edward Freeman -- Caught in a whirling wind / by Robert A. Dearth, Ray McNamara, Lou Herscher -- Cement mix (Put-ti, put-ti) / words and music by Slim Gaillard and Lee Ricks [2 copies] -- Chained to a memory / words and music by Jenny Lou Carson -- Champs de cariño / letra y música de Pepé Delgado -- Changing my tune : from the motion picture "The shocking Miss Pilgrim" / lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- Charlene / words and music by Raymond C. McCollister, Tony Ferragamo and O.M. Watson -- Chén a luna / by R.F. Curley, Jimmy Hilliard -- Chestnuts roasting on an open fire (The Christmas song) / by Mel Tormé, Robert Wells -- The children in Israel : official song for World Jewish Child's Day, April 8, 1951 / words and music by Irving Caesar -- Chiquita Banana (The banana song) / by Len Mackenzie, Garth Montgomery, William Wirges -- Chiquita Banana (The banana song) / by Len Mackenzie, Garth Montgomery, William Wirges, extra texts by Jean Herbert -- Chowder social / by Bob Hilliard and Dick Miles -- Christmas eve : from the musical "Chris crosses" / words by Dale Wood and Clarence Kelley, music by Clay Boland -- Christmas eve / words and music by Marjorie Goetschius and Alec Sander -- Christmas Island / words and music by Lyle Moraine -- The Christmas song (Merry Christmas to you) / by Mel Tormé, Robert Wells [2 copies] -- The church in the valley / by Freddie Van, Samuel Musicant and Alan Foster -- Cielito lindo (Beautiful heaven) / lyric by Ted Fetter, music by C. Fernandez, arranged by D. Savino -- A coach and four : from the motion picture "Monsieur Beaucaire" / words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- Coax me a little bit / lyric by Charles Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- The coffee song (They've got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil) : from the "Copacabana revue" / [by] Bob Hilliard and Dick Miles [3 copies] -- Colorado Columbine / words and music by Richard Howard and Sy Taylor -- Come in out of the rain / lyrics by Bob Russell, music by Carl Sigman -- Come Mary Jane in my aeroplane / words and music by Grace E. King -- Come rain or come shine : from the musical "St. Louis woman" / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen -- Condena (I blame you) / English words by Al Koppell, Spanish words and music by Rafael Seijo -- Confused / words and music by A.E. Swanson, D.K. Harrison and Joee Davis -- Congratulations / lyrics by Edwward Startz, music by Hugo de Groot -- Congratulations / words and music by James Marchant and Johnny Tucker -- Connecticut / by Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane -- Consuela from Venezuela / words and music by Margaret B. Shelford, Jack Joyce, Joe Candullo -- The cooks in Trinidad / words and music by Wilmoth Houdini -- Could 'ja (Fall in love with me) / words by Bill Carey, music by Carl Fischer -- Corn on the cob / words by Mae Mitchell and Lou Klein, music by Larry Shay -- The cow-bell song (Tolon! Tolon!) (Mi vaca lechera) / English lyric by Ray Laurence, Spanish lyric by J. Morcillo, music by Fernando Garcia -- A cowboy and his horse / words and music by Jack Peters -- Cowboy camp meetin' / words and music by Tim Spencer -- The cowboy returns to the west / by Sam Martin, Dave Miller, Lou Meyer -- Cross my heart : from the motion picture "Cross my heart" / words by Larry Neill, music by Robert Emmett Dolan -- Curtains of sorrow / by Arbie Gibson and Rex Allen -- Curuzú verá (Fulgor de cruz) / letra de Ruben F. De Olivera, música de Americo F. Cabrera -- Cu-tu-gu-ru (Jack, Jack, Jack!) / English words by Joe Davis, Spanish words and music by Armando Castro -- Darn it all / words and music by Don O'Connor -- Day unto day / by Mike Corcoran -- Derry dum (The farmer's daughter) / lyric by Sammy Gallop, music by Guy Wood -- Desdicha / letra y música de Gonzalo Curiel -- Destin / paroles de Lacques Larue & Andrée Hornez, musique de Alstone -- Ding dong bells / words & music by Rosalie Allen, Lou Shelly, Denver Darling, Mickey Stoner -- Dingbat the singing cat / lyric and title by Al Hoffman, based on a melody from "Peter and the wolf" by Prokofiev, adaptation by Ted Mossman -- Dingbat the singing cat / lyric and title by Al Hoffman, based on a melody from "Peter and the wolf" by Prokofiev, adaptation by Ted Mossman [lead sheet] -- Divorce me C.O.D. / words and music by Merle Travis & Cliffie Stone -- Do I know 'Arry 'Awkins? / by James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon -- Do that thing / words by Bob Russell, music by Jean Berger -- Do the new fangled spelling bee / lyric by Nelson Cogane, music by Sammy Fain -- Do you dream of love (like I do) / lyrics by Nat Leslie, music by Howard Jackson -- Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans : from the motion picture "New Orleans" / lyric by Eddie De Lange, music by Louis Alter [3 copies] -- Do you love me : from the motion picture "Do you love me" / lyric and music by Harry Ruby [2 copies] -- Dogie trailin' / by Walt Lane -- Doin' what comes natur'lly : from the musical "Annie get your gun" / words and music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- Donkey polka / words and music by Neva Raymor and Charles McCollister -- Don't be ashamed to say I love you / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Don't be made at me / words and music by Smiley Burnette -- Don't break your heart for my sake / words and music by Cal Martin -- Don't cry my Coney Island baby / by Lee David, Dick Sanford and Sammy Mysels -- Don't ever change your mind / by Reidy Reid -- Don't ever run away from love : from the musical "Windy city" / lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, music by Walter Jurman -- Don't explain / lyrics by Arthur Herzog, Jr., music by Billie Holiday [2 copies] -- Don't let the sun catch you cryin' / by Joe Greene -- Don't marry that girl! / lyric by Al Capp, music by Sam H. Stept -- Don't say we're through : from the musical "John Paul Jones" / words by Moe Jaffe, Darrell Smith, music by Clay Boland -- Don't you know it's wrong? / words and music by Hank Penny -- The doodle song / by Helen Miller, Fay Whitman, George Goodwin -- Dora, the clam digger's daughter / words and music by Axel Munro and Dick Cunliffe -- Dorotea / lyrics by Hal Grossman, Portuguese lyrics by Don Alfonso, music by Don Alfonso -- Dos almas (My lady of the roses) / English lyric by Hal David, Spanish lyric and music by Don Fabian -- Down by the river Lee / words and music by Adam O'Neill -- Down in Chi-hua-hua / lyric by Tom Adair, music by Don R. George -- The drainpipe song (Your baby has gone down the drainpipe) / lyric by Morey Amsterdam, music by Kay Patrick -- Dream, dream, dream / words and music by John Redmond, Lou Ricca [2 copies] -- Dream dust / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood -- Dreaming ; You tell me your dream / words by L.W. Heiser, music by J. Anton Daily -- You tell me your dream / [words by] Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown, [music by] Chas. N. Daniels -- The Dreamland lullaby / by Ruth and Edward Maltzman -- Dreams are a dime a dozen / by Pat McCarthy, James Cavanaugh and Sammy Mysels -- Dreamy Housatonic / words and music by Joe Davis -- Driftin' (Lazy like I take it easy) / by Louis Herscher and Edward J. Kay -- Drivin' nails in my coffin / words and music by Jerry Irby -- The drugstore song : from the musical "Call me mister" / music and lyrics by Harold Rome -- The drum majorette / words and music by Robert Syd Duncan -- Dust on the bible / words and music by Bailes Brothers (Johnny & Walter).
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 205
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 205.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1945-1946.
Local Note
Some titles seemingly out of alphabetical sequence due to two different songs published in a single publication.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 205
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