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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 204.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 204.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1945.

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reel 204 [1945 Lily-1945 Turn]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 204 reel 204 [1945 Lily-1945 Turn]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; some 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
  • Lily Belle / by Dave Franklin and Irving Taylor [3 copies] -- Little small town girl (with the big town dreams) / lyric by Jules Loman, music by Hugo Rubens [2 copies] -- Loafin' / words and music by Ervin Drake, Jack Danis and Fitz Herbert -- Londonderry air (Would God I were the tender apple blossom) / arranged by Maxwell Eckstein -- Lonely love / words by Everett Carter, music by Ray Sinatra -- Lonely night : from the motion picture "Thrill of a romance" / lyric by Richard Connell, adaptation by George Stoll -- Lonely tone : from the musical "On the town" / lyric by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein [2 copies] -- Lonesome / words and music by Herbert F. Gebhardt and Georgy Weiss -- Lonesome for my home in San Antone / by Vaughn Horton, Ray Smith -- Long, strong and consecutive / lyric by Mack David, music by Duke Ellington -- Long the Old Sage Trail / words and music by Lloyd Turner -- Look's like the joke's on me / by Eddy Wilson -- Lost in a day dream / words & music by Lil H. & Jep H. Pitts -- Love : from the motion picture "Ziegfeld follies" / words and music by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin [3 copies] -- Love by lamplight / words by Walter Krysak, music by Lew Tobin -- Love is a merry-go-round : from the motion picture "Tars and spars" / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Love is a sickness / [words by] Samuel Daniel, [music by] Goddard Lieberson -- Love is so terrific (Ouch! terrific thing) / by Sunny Skylar and Artie Shaftel [2 copies] -- Love is such a crazy thing / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Love keeps looking in my window / words and music by Freddie Vann, Harold Potter, Pedrry Alexander -- Love knows from nothin' / words, music by Doris Fisher and Allan Roberts -- Love letters : from the motion picture "Love letters" / words by Edward Heyman, music by Victor Young -- Love me : from the motion picture "The Stork Club" / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Love on a Greyhound bus : from the motion picture "No leave no love" / lyric by Ralph Blane and Kay Thompson, music by George Stoll -- Love song : from the musical "Music in my heart" / words by Forman Brown, music adapted by Franz Steininger based on Tchaikovsky's "Song without words" -- Love star / words and music by Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose, based on Wieniawski's Concerto in D minor -- Love steals your heart : from the motion picture "The wicked lady" / words by Alan Stranks, music by Hans May -- Love to you is just a game / words and music by Red Foley, Earl Nunn -- Love's what you make it / lyric by Ervin Drake, music by Louis Martin -- The low road is good enough for me / words and music by Eddie Dean and H.L. "Pete" Canova -- Made for each other (Tu felicidad) / English lyric by Ervin Drake and Jimmy Shirl, Spanish lyric and music by René Touzet -- Mail call : from the "Stars and gripes" revue / words by Sgt. Thom Conroy, music by Sgt. Tony Sacco -- Make room in your heart for a friend / words and music by Wiley Walker & Gene Sullivan -- Man with a horn / lyrics by Eddie DDe Lange, music by Bonnie Lake, Jack Jenney -- Maracas : from the motion picture "Carnival in Costa Rica" / lyric by Harry Ruby, Spanish lyric and music by Ernest Lecuona -- Marching to Berlin and Tokyo / words and music by F.A. Russo -- Marie Marimba / words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- Masquerade in Mexico / inspired by the motion picture "Masquerade in Mexico" / words by Ben Raleigh, music by Bernie Wayne -- Maybe it's all for the best / words and music by Charlie Tobias and Lee David -- Maybe mañana (Somos diferentes) / lyric by John Redmond, music by Pablo Beltran Ruiz -- Memphis in June : from the motion picture "Johnny Angel" / lyric by Paul Francis Webster, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- The merriest Christmas ever (is coming this year) / words and music by John Redmond -- A merry Christmas and a happy new year / words and music by Glen Dexter, Phil Martin -- A merry Christmas at grandmother's house / arranged by Aleda Ann Andrews, Katherine Campbell -- The merry widow waltz / words by Alice Mattullath, [music by] Franz Lehar, arranged by Maxwell Eckstein -- Mexicana : from the motion picture "Mexicana" / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Gabriel Ruiz, paino arr. by Larry Stanton -- Mi bumba ne / de Senén Suárez -- Mi vida : from the motion picture "Carnival in Costa Rica" / lyric by Harry Ruby, Spanish lyric and music by Ernest Lecuona [2 copies] -- Mister Snow : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- Mo Mary / arrangement by Richard Dyer-Bennet -- Money is the root of all evil (Take it away, take it away, take it away) / words and music by Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer -- The moon peeps over the hill / by Chas. Dant and Ros Metzger -- Moonlight lullaby / words and music by Syd Wyner, S. Weller -- The more I see you : from the motion picture "Billy Rose's diamond horsehoe" / lyrics by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- More precious / words and music by Art Ballou -- More than yesterday / words and music by Buck Ram, Dick Ullman and Bernie Simon -- Mother dear, you know it's true / words and music by Harry Robbins, arranged by Don Rocco Colonna -- Mountain dew (Gold old mountain dew) / by Bascomb L. Lunsford & Lulu Belle and Scott [lead sheet] -- Music box serenade / words and music by George Febbo, Armen Camp and Frank Capano -- Music in the moon / words by Al Bandini, music by Fed Cavi -- My beautiful chateau of love / lyric by Paul Cunningham, music by Alfred J> Doyle -- My country's flag / words by Henry H. Bennett, music by Herman Katims -- My daddy (You're just my daddy to me) / words & music by Harold Potter and Rrod Eddie -- My dreams are getting me nowhere / words and music by Joe Davis -- My everlasting love for you / words and music by Joe Davis -- My first, my last, my only! / English lyric by Irving Caesar, music and Spanish lyric by Maria Grever -- My guy's come back / words by Ray McKinley, music by Mel Powell -- My home town / words and music by Yvonne Caruso and Wayne Hamilton -- My intuition : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- My life is empty without you / words and music by Joe Davis -- My love will always find you / by Jean Tighe, Grace Shannon -- My mother there's no one like you / words and music by Jack Edwards and Rrod Eddie -- My mother's smile / words and music by Denver Darling, Vaughn Horton, Ray Smith -- My mother's waltz / by Dave Franklin -- My one sin (in life) / lyrics by Robert Mellin, music by Mascheroni -- My prairie home / words & music by Jack Mahl, Jimmie Redrick -- My ring of gold / by Perry Alexander and Ottalie Mark Barbanell -- My rosary of roses / words by Elizabeth Evelyn Moore, music by Victor Tall -- My twilight reverie / lyric by Kaye Parker, music by Benny Carter -- Myrtle the turtle and Flip the frog / words and music by Arthur Swanstrom, Pinky Herman, Michael H. Cleary.
  • Navajo nocturne / words by Al Lewis, music by Larry Stock -- Neath the purple on the hills / by Logan Snodgrass -- Nevada! We salute you / by Milo Sweet -- Never too late to pray / words by Willard Robison, music by "Fud" Livingston -- Never turn a good pal down / words & music by Arthur Reeves, Jimmie Redrick -- New York, New York : from the musical "On the town" / lyric by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein -- The next time I care (I'll be careful) : from the musical "Polonaise" / words by John Latouche, music by Bronislaw Kaper -- A nickel's worth of jive : from the motion picture "Billy Rose's diamond horsehoe" / lyrics by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- Night wind : from the musical "Song without words" / words by Forman Brown, music adapted by Franz Steininger based on Tchaikovsky's "Chant sans paroles" -- The night you said good-bye / words and music by Joe Davis -- The nightingale, the moon and I : from the musical "Memphis bound!" / words and music by Don Walker and Clay Warnick -- Nimitz and Halsey and me! / words by Capt. Gordon Beecher, music by Ralph Barnhart -- Nina : from the musical "Sigh no more" / words and music by Noël Coward -- Niña / by Marion Sunshine and "Johnny" Nieto -- No, baby, nobody but you / words and music by Seger Ellis -- No can do / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon [3 copies] -- No me vayas a engañar / letra y música de Osvaldo Farres -- No more toujours l'amour (Hoya, hoya) / by Hoagy Carmichael, Paul Francis Webster -- No one will ever know / words and music by Mel Foree and Fred Rose -- Nothing is too good for you / words and music by Joe Davis -- Now I know your face by heart : from the musical "Polonaise" / words by John Latouche, music by Bronislaw Kaper -- The nurse's prayer / words and music by Edith A. Aynes [2 copies] -- Oh, brother! / by Matty Malneck and Allie Wrubel -- Oh, but I do / by Ella Fitzgerald, Kenneth Watts -- Oh Frankie! / words and music by Lanny and Ginger Grey -- Oh! How she lied to me / lyric by Mann Curtis, music by Vic Mizzy -- Oh! Min / words by Ole Olsen, music by Isham Jones [lead sheet] -- (Oh! Mom-dear mom) I lost my job again / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by J. Fred Coots -- Oh Moytle / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Oh, what a polka! / words and music by Bobby Worth -- Oh! What it seemed to be / words and music by Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss and Frankie Carle [2 copies] -- Oh! What you did! / words and music by Harold Currand and Wallace Garland -- Oh why, oh why, did I ever leave Wyoming / words and music by Morey Amsterdam -- Oh! You big bundle of heaven / by Carroll Le Van -- O-o-o-O'Dwyer! / by Calrence Gaskill [lead sheet] -- Ofay and oxford gray / by "Dinney" Dinofer -- Oklahoma hills / by Jack Guthrie -- Old Conestoga wagon / by Dick Scott, Jesse Rogers, Johnny Creighton -- Old love : from the musical "Memphis bound!" / words and music by Don Walker and Clay Warnick -- Old school teacher / words and music by Willard Robison -- The old toy man / words and music by John McLaughlin -- On Basie Street / lyric by Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny, music by Abner Silver -- On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren [3 copies] -- On the avenue / lyric by Harold Rome, music by Fred Freed -- On the other side of the rainbow (on Happy-go-lucky Hill) / lyric by Nick and Charles Kenny, music by Abner Silver -- Once uppon a song : from the motion picture "Delightfully dangerous" / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Morton Gould -- One alone : from the operetta "The desert song" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Douglas MacLean -- One day / by Enoch Martin -- One last love song : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman -- One more dream (and she's mine) / words by Buddy Kaye, music by Dick Manning -- One more tomorrow : from the motion picture "One more tomorrow" / by Ernesto Lecuona, Eddie De Lange, and Josef Myrow -- One of my dreams is missing (The one where I kiss you goodnight) / words by Sid Prosen and Tom Fowler, music by Johnny Long, piano arrangement by Dick Keent -- One of these days / words and music by Bud Green and Te Fiorito -- One touch of Vienna : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman -- One world / words by John W. Bratton, music by Geoffrey O'Hara -- Only heaven knows : an adaptation of Chopin's Nocturne F# / by Emil Seidel, Gale Sherwood, T. and D. Dolen -- Oops! : from the motion picture "The belle of New York" / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- Opus one / words and music by Sy Oliver -- Otto (make that riff staccato) / by Milton Orent & Si Schwartz -- Ouf'n pripetchok (In our paradise) / English version by Jack Mahl and Jimmie Redrick, original music by M. Warshaffsky, arranged and edited by Jimmie Redrick -- Our music box / words and music by Al Hoffman, Steve Ellis, Al Kaufman -- Out of a dream / words and music by Gus Davis -- Out of this world / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen -- Out on the open range : from the motion picture "Oklahoma raiders" / words and music by Johnny Bond.
  • Palabras de mujer / letra y música de Agustin Lara -- Parting / lyrics by Martha De Witt, music by Joseph P. Cocchiarelli -- Parting is such sweet sorrow / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Joseph Meyer -- Patience and fortitude / by Blackie Warren, Billy Moore Jr. -- Paul Revere / lyrics by Al Stillman, music by Grace Shannon, Bill Darnel -- Personality : from the motion picture "Road to Utopia" / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- Pin Marin / words and music by Jay Milton, Henry Russell, Basil G. Adlam -- Play me an old fashioned melody : from the motion picture "Billy Rose's diamond horsehoe" / lyrics by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- Playin' the field / words and music by Joe Davis -- Please! Don't shoot the bartender he's half shot now / bny Johnny Tucker, Manny (Smitty) Smith, Joe Schuster -- Ploum ploum tra la la (The song of Paree) (On chante dans mon quartier) / English lyric by Edward Heyman, French lyric by Francis Blanche, music by R. Marbot -- Pluggin' Jane / words and music by Perry Alexander -- Polonaise for two / lyric by John Klenner, based on Polonaise, op. 53 by Frederic Chopin, adapted and arranged by Lucy-Ann Bryant -- Poor Lenore / words and music by Lita and Bob Ayers and Ervin Drake -- Promises / by Al Hoffman, Milton Drake, Jerry Livingston -- Proposal polka / words and music by Teddy Hall -- Prove it by the things you do / by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Put it back! / words and music by Jimmie La Marge and Roger Genger -- Put that ring on my finger / words and music by Sunny Skylar, Randy Ryan -- A real nice clambake : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- Reconversion blues / lyrics by Steve Graham, music by Fleecie Moore -- Recuerden la ola marina / de Virgilio Gonzalez -- A red kiss on a blue leter / by Redd Evans, George Lang and Roger Genger -- Red River moon / by Dave McEnery and John Klenner -- Remember F.D.R. / words and music by Jack Edwards, Harold Potter, Rrod Eddie -- Remember Waikiki / words and music by Johnny Noble, Don R. George -- Remember when / lyrics by Buck Ram, music by Mickey Addy [2 copies] -- Remembering you / words and music by Sylvia Barry and Dagmar Nordstrom -- A rhyme for Angela : from the musical "The firebrand of Florence" / yrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill -- Ridin' on the gravy train / words by Sunny Skylar, and Steve Graham, music by Ben Homer -- Riffin' with the riff-raff / words and music by Chick Adams and Eddie Dorien -- Riondo / words and music by Russel Goudey and Roberto Jota -- Rodger Young / by Pfc. Frank Loesser -- Rollin' down the Rio Rancho Trail / by Billy Hayes, Milton Leeds, Riley Shepard -- Romance : founded on the piano composition "Romance" by A. Rubinstein / words by Edouard Grobe, song adaptation by Stuart Ross -- The rose and the star / words by Mack David, music by Dana Suesse -- Rosemary / words and music by Jimmie Dodd and John Jacob Loeb [2 copies] -- Round and around : from the motion picture "Along came Jones" / words and music by Al Stewart and Arthur Lange -- Rugged but right / words and music by Bonnie Windsor -- Rumbanera / by Marjorie Harper, Leo Leblon, arr. by George Cole -- (Running around in circles) Getting nowhere : from the motion picture "Blue skies" / words and music by Irving Berlin.
  • Sacred / words and music by Teddy Hall -- Sailing at midnight : from the motion picture "Sadie Thompson" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Vernon Duke -- Sam Houston / words by David Stevens, music by Oscar J. Fox -- See a pin, pick it up / words and music by Teddy Hall -- Seems like old times buddy / by Maceo Pinkard, Alex Belledna & Seechi Townsend -- Send me / by Beasley Smith, Vick Knight -- Serenade : from the musical "The student prince" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg -- A serenade to a jerk / by Del Porter and Carl Hoefle -- A serenade to an old-fashioned girl : from the motion picture "Blue skies" / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Serenading you / by Edgar Leslie, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose -- She of the black coffee eyes / words and music by Harold Spina -- (She'll be waitin' there for me) In the hills of Tennessee / words and music by Francis Craig -- She's a good girl / words and music by Larry Stock and James Cavanaugh -- She's a good little girl / by Charlie Tobias, William A. Dillon, Henry Tobias [lead sheet] -- She's got ten million sweethearts / words and music by Dave Franklin and Irving Taylor -- Ships for victory / words and music by Jack Reiss -- Shoo-fly pie and apple pan dowdy / lyric by Sammy Gallop, music by Guy Wood -- A shoulder to cry on / words and music by Joe Davis -- Sigh by night : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman -- Sing me not a ballad : from the musical "The firebrand of Florence" / yrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill -- Sioux CIty Suee / lyrics by Ray Freedman, music by Dick Thomas [7 copies] -- Sixty million jobs / words and music by Fred Meadows -- Skater's polka / words and music by George Sumner, Ray Sterling and Edith Sterling -- Sleep baby, don't cry : from the musical "Carib song" / words by William Archibald, music by Baldwin Bergersen -- Sleep little baby / words and music by Sam Koki -- Sleep the whole night through / words and music by Paul McNelis -- Sleepy baby (Dream of me) / words and music by Harold Spina -- A slight chick (on the mellow side) / words and music by Harvey Brooks -- Slightly perfect : from the musical "Are you with it?" / words by Arnold B> Horwitt, music by Harry Revel -- Slowly : from the motion picture "Fallen angel" / lyric by Kermit Goell, music by David Raksin -- Smoke dreams / by Donald R. Richberg -- Smokum hokum (Indian jive) / lyric and music by Jack Barron -- Snap your fingers : from the motion picture "Abilene town" / lyric by Kermit Goell, music by Fred Spielman [2 copies] -- Snoqualimie Jo JO / lyric and music by Joe Greene -- Snowflakes / words and music by Clif Bruner and Lou Wayne -- Soldier boy / words and music by David Jones and Theodore Williams Jr. -- Soliloquy : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- Some day we will remember : from the motion picture "Herre come the co-eds" / lyric by Jack Brooks, music by Edgar Fairchild -- Some days you can't make a nickel / words and music by Jack Frost -- Some other time : from the musical "On the town" / lyric by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein -- Some Sunday morning : from the motion picture "San Antonio" / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by M.K. Jerome and Ray Heindorf [2 copies] -- Somebody's walkin' in my dreams : from the motion picture "Doll face" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Someone remembers when someone forgets / words by Daniel Whitehead Hicky, music by Irving Melsher -- Someone won your heart (little darlin') / words and music by Foy Willing -- Something sentimental / by Frank Ryerson, Irving Taylor and Vaughn Monroe -- Somewhere in Monterey : from the motion picture "San Antonio" / lyric by Jack Scholl, music by Charley Kisco -- Somewhere there's a rainbow : from the motion picture "Mexicana" / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Walter Scharf -- Song of the troika : from the musical "Music in my heart" / words by Forman Brown, music adapted by Franz Steininger, based on Tchaikovsky's "Troika" theme [2 copies] -- A song to remember : from the motion picture "A song to remember" / based on Chopin's E major etude, adaptation and lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Morris W. Stoloff and Saul Chaplin -- Sooner or later : from the motion picture "I'll be your sweetheart" / words by Val Guest, music by Manning Sherwin -- So-o-o-o-o in love : from the motion picture "Wonder man" / lyric by Leo Robin, music by David Rose [2 copies] -- Sorry no cigarettes to-day / by Paul Chelly -- South of the Rio / lyric by George Stout, music by Jimmie Crane -- Southern comfort / words and music by Joe Marsala, Chuck Wayne and Robert Doraine -- Spellbound : from the motion picture "Spellbound" / lyric by Mack David, music by Miklos Rozsa -- Springtime is here / words and music by Murray Kagan -- A square in the social cirlce : from the motion picture "The Stork Club" / words & music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- Stand up for your country / words and music by Isidora J. Livingston -- Star light, star bright : from the musical "The wizard of the Nile" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Starlight time in Sleepy Hollow / words and music by Freddie Vann, Harold Potter and Bob Randall -- Stolen kisses : from the musical "Music in my heart" / words by Forman Brown, music adapted by Franz Steininger, based on Tchaikovsky's string quartet and from the "Swan Lake suite" -- Stop your flirting / by William Gerner -- The story of our love afffair / words and music by Joe Davis -- A story of two cigarettes / words and music by Mickey Stoner, Fred Jay and Leonard K. Marker -- Stranger : from the musical "Polonaise" / words by John Latouche, music by Bronislaw Kaper [2 copies] -- A stranger in town / words and music by Mel Tormé -- Stuff like that there / words & music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- Sunburst / words by Crane Hauser, music by Don Tiff -- Surprise party / by Bob Hilliard and Walter Bishop -- Sweetest sight that I have seen / words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern -- Sweetheart of yesterday / words and music by Murray Kagan -- The sweetheart serenade / lyrics and music by Ruth Roberts, Gene Piller, Bill Katz, C.A. Rossi -- Swing a lullaby / words and music by Tom Spinosa -- Swing your partner round and round : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- Symphonie (French version) / paroles de André Tabet et Roger Bernstein, musique de Alstone -- Symphony / words by André Tabet and Roger Bernstein, American version by Jack Lawrence, music by Alstone [2 copies].
  • Take all / words by Johnny Stuart, music by Johnny Klein -- Take care when you say "Te quiero" / by Henry Prichard -- Take it away (Tómalo tu) / lyric by Albert Gamse, music by Enric Madriguera -- Take my heart with you : from the musical "A lady says yes" / lyric by Stanley Adams, music by Fred Spielman and Arthur Gershwin -- Takin' it in my stride / words and music by Y. Hall -- Tampico / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher [2 copies] -- Taps for the Japs / words and music by Bud Averill and Rome Seemon -- Tear it down / lyrics by Raymond Leveen, music by Clyde McCoy -- Tell me, tell me, tell me / words and music by Ed Jackson, Abie Baker -- Tell me you'll wait for me / by Charles Brown, Oscar Moore [lead sheet] -- The tem-per-ray-chure is goin' up / by Dick "Two-ton" Baker, Sharon Pease -- Tennessee / lyrics by Deanie Harrison and Gil Mills, music by Beasley Smith and Carl Lampl -- Thank thee God / words and music by Irving Taylor, Raymond Leveen and Ted Murry -- That fascinatin', procastinatin' gal o' mine / by Maceo Pinkard -- That jingle jangle feeling / words and music by Paul Kalet, Chuck Murof, Bruce Mayne -- That ole devil called love / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- That someone must be you / words and music by Earl Hardy -- That'll be the day / words and music by Seger Ellis -- That's for me : from the 1945 motion picture "State fair" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- That's for me : from the 1962 motion picture "State fair" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- That's how I know that I'm in love : from the musical "The girl from Nantucket" / words by Kathleen Twomey, music by Jacques Belasco -- That's the stuff ya gotta watch / by Noble Sissle, Edgar Battle, Buck Ram, Gail Meredith -- That's the way it is / words and music by Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer -- There is no breeze (to cool the flame of love) / lyric by Dorothy Dick, music by Alstone [3 copies] -- There must be a way / lyric and music by Sammy Gallop, David Saxon and Robert Cook [2 copies] -- There you go / words by Edna Osser, music by "Fud" Livingston -- There'll be life, love and laughter : from the musical "The firebrand of Florence" / yrics by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill -- There's a lady down south / by Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster and Manny (Smitty) Smith -- There's a new flag on Iwo Jima / words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- There's a smile in your eyes (Ya sonrié el amor) / English lyric by Carl Sigman, Spanish lyric by Clotilde Arias, music by Octavio Mass Montes -- There's music in the night / words & music by Mack Weiss, Irving Meyer -- They'll never take the Texas out of me / words and music by Kahn Keene -- This crazy obsession of mine / words and music by Fred Rose -- This funny little love of ours / by Ros Metzger and Marilyn Lang -- This is it / words and music by Frankie Marino -- This is my beloved : from the musical "Are you with it?" / words by Arnold B. Horwitt, music by Harry Revel -- This is my holiday : from the musical "The day before spring" / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe [2 copies] -- This is the last time (I'll cry over you) / by Russ Morgan, Buddy Fields and Harold Berg -- THis lonely wolrd / words and music by Eddie Dean and Porter Johns -- Those precious love letters / words and music by William "Wild Bill" Elliott, Riley Shepard -- If you no longer loved me / words and music by William "Wild Bill" Elliott, Riley Shepard -- The three bells (Les trois cloches) (The Jimmy Brown song) / English lyrics by Bert Reisfeld, music and French lyric by Jean Villard (Gilles) -- The thrill of you / by Justin Leonard and Charles Wynn -- Thru your eyes to your heart / lyrics by Edward Heyman, music by Morton Gould -- Till the end of time : based on Chopin's polonaise / by Buddy Kaye and Ted Mossman [2 copies] -- Time won't heal my broken heart / words and music by Ted Daffan and B. Martin -- Tin Pan Alley Sally / words and music by Harold Curran and Wallace Garland -- Tippin' in / lyric by Marty Symes, music by Bobby Smith -- Tired / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher [2 copies] -- Tomorrow is forever : from the motion picture "Tomorrow is forever" / lyrics by Charlie Tobias, music by Max Steiner -- Tomorrow never comes / words and music by Ernest Tubb and Johnny Bond -- Tonight and every night : from the motion picture "Tonight and every night" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Julie Styne -- Too bad / by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood -- Too little, too late / words and music by Wesley Tuttle -- Too much in love : from the motion picture "Song of the open road" / lyrics by Kim Gannon, music by Walter Kent -- The toorie on his bonnet / lyric by George Brown, music by Noel Gay [2 copies] -- Touch of spring / by Buck Ram and Hal Kanner -- Town that time forgot / lyric by Guy Berlind, music by Fulton McGrath -- Treat a woman like a drum : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman -- The trees in Grosvenor Square / words and music by Bob Whittam -- Trifflin' gal / words and music by Cindy Walker [2 copies] -- True, mon, true (Dot is the actual fact) / words and music by Morey Amsterdam -- Tu felicidad / letra y música de René Touzet -- Tumbaito / English lyric by Al Stewart, Spanish lyric by F. Miró, music by Pepé Delgado -- Turn on the charm : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 204
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 204.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1945.
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 204
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