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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 203.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 203.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1945.

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reel 203 [1945 Door-1945 Let's]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 203 reel 203 [1945 Door-1945 Let's]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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  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • A door will open / lyric by Don George, music by John Benson Brooks -- Double or nothing / lyric by Jack Segal, music by Jimmy Blade -- Down Houston way / words and music by Ekko Whelan, Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan -- Down in Chi-chi Hotcha Watchee / by Ray Bloch, Nat Simon and Alex Kramer -- Down in old Wyomin' / words by Lee Pearl, music by Art Berman and Vic Baron -- Down in the willow garden / by Charlie Monroe -- Dream another dream / words and music by Phil Ellis, Billy Faber, Bert Mann -- Dream Rose / words and music by Lou Wayne -- Dreamin' (All through the night I'm dreamin') / by Dick Charles, Larry Markes -- Dreams are just a dime a dozen / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by John Jacob Loeb -- Dream polonaise / lyric by All Stillman, music by Chopin-Savino -- E Kuu Lei my darling / words and music by Danny K. Kuaana -- Easter greetings / words and music by Jack Edwards and Rrod Eddie -- Easter Sunday on the prairie / words and music by Johnny Lange, Archie Gottler -- Echo Valley / by Guy Savage and "Babe" Fritsch -- Ee-nie mee-nie A.P.O. (Where did my G.I. Johnny go?) / [by] Millie Dyer, Maybelle Weil Sample, Ruth Frank -- El Rancho Vegas / words and music by Newell Chase -- El tumbaito / letra de F. Miró, música de Pepé Delgado -- Eleven sixty P.M. / by Harry James, Seger Ellis and Don George -- Enchanged garden / by Jacques Krakeur -- The Ernie Pyle infantry march : from the motion picture "The story of G.I. Joe" / words and music by Ann Ronell -- Ever since I can remember (Guardo un recuerdo) / English lyric by Jack Meskill, Spanish lyric by Margarita, music by José Pafumy -- Ever so often / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Harry Woods -- Ev'ry time I look at you / words by Johnny Lange, music by Carl Fischer -- Everybody knew but me / by Irving Berlin -- Ev'rybody's seen him but his daddy / by Jack Segal, Bob Hillard and Billy Hayes -- Everywhere I look / words by Bill Engvick, music by Alec Wilder -- Felicia no capicia / by Al Hoffman, Milton Drake, Jerry Livingston [2 copies] -- Fifteen years (and I'm still serving time) / by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- The fighting sentinel / adapted from American patrol by F.W. Meacham, words by Al Stillman, music arranged by Louis DeFrancesco -- Fishin' for the moon / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood [2 copies] -- Five lovely acres of God's good earth / words by Esther Van Sciver and Shelby Darnell, music by Bob Miller -- Five salted peanuts / words and music by Charlie Abbott [2 copies] -- Flat River, Missouri / words and music by Grace Shannon -- The foggy, foggy dew / arrangement by Burl Ives -- A fool about you / words and music by Mary Schaeffer -- For old times' sake / words and music by Garet Romero and Nat King Cole -- For sentimental reasons / lyric by Deek Watson, music by William Best -- For you, my love / words and music by Bob Green -- Forget you? / words & music by Loretta Lawler -- Friendly little cottage / words and music by Henry Sweesy Jr., piano arrangement by Larry Stanton -- The frim fram sauce / by Joe Ricardel and Redd Evans [2 copies] -- Furlough's end / words by Mary Winter, music by Herman F. Ruff -- G.I. request (Before to-morrow, teach me to love!) / words and music by H.A. Kiernan -- Garden of the moon / words by Herb Storfer, music by Anthony Cerabino -- The gateway to life / by Thelka Hollingsworth and Nola Arndt -- Gee, I don't know why (The don't knoww song) / words and music by Lou Wayne and Bob Shelton -- Gee, I want a sweetheeart (Gee, I want a gal) / words and music by Lou Wayne and Bob Shelton -- Gee! I wish (The G.I. wish song) / by William J. Borrelli Jr., Nat Niederman and Emanuel Sarnoff -- Gee, it's good to hold you / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Get along, old buster / words and music by Charles White and Al Pittman -- Get together with the Lord / by Moe Jaffe and Bickley Reichner -- Gingham girl / words and music by Jan Jacobson, Bill Conry and Rex Terrell -- Give me all of your heart (Dáme tu corazón) / English lyrics by Lew Garfield, Spanish lyrics by Rafael y Madó Hernández, music by Paul Shahin & Bill Young -- Give me the simple life : from the motion picture "Give me the simple life" / lyric by Harry Ruby, music by Rube Bloom [2 copies] -- God's green world : from the musical "The day before spring" / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe -- Going back home : from the musical "Mr. Strauss goes to Boston" / lyric by Robert Sour, music by Robert Stolz -- Goin' back to Brooklyn / words by Angie Dunham and Bill Dunham, music by Gordon Jenkins -- Goin' on a trail of love / [by] Claire Sibley, Earl Hendler -- Golden days : from the musical "The student prince" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Golden grain / by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Guy Wood -- Gonna fall in love with you : from the motion picture "Easy to wed" / words and music by Johnny Green, Ralph Blane -- Good, good, good (That's you, that's you) / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Good morning heartache : from the motion picture "Lady sings the blues" / words and music by Irene Higginbotham, Ervin Drake, Dan Fisher -- Goodbye, my darlin', goodbye / words and music by "Red" Foley, Rosalie Allen, Dave Denney -- Good bye, old moon / by Eddy Wilson -- Goodbye romance / words and music by Inez James and Jack Elliott -- Goodbye to dreams / words and msic by Anne Campra -- Good-njight my sweet / words by Mack David, music by Irving S. Cravis -- Got it / words and music by James "Trummie" Young -- Gotta be this or that / words and music by Sunny Skylar -- Grandpa's etting' younger ev'ry day / words by Sammy Gallop, music by Howard Steiner -- Grandfather's clock : modern recorded version / -- Green fields / by Gene Bone and Howard Fenton -- Growin' pains : from the musical "Memphis bound!" / words and music by Don Walker and Clay Warnick -- Gust of wind / lyric by Case Busby, music by Casimir Emanuel Kuczborski -- G'wan home, your mudder's callin' : from the motion picture "Two sisters from Boston" / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Sammy Fain -- The gypsy / words and music by Billy Reid [2 copies] -- The gypsy / words and music by Billy Reid : simplified piano solo.
  • The happiest Christmas (for me) / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- The hard way : from the motion picture "Duffy's tavern" / words by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen [2 copies] -- Harriet / words and music by Abel Baer and Paul Cunningham -- Harriette / words and music by Joe Davis -- Has anybody seen my pooka? / words and music by Billy K. Wells and Al Evans -- Hasta mañana (Toda una vida) / English lyric by Eddie De Lange, music and Spanish lyric by Osvaldo Farres -- Hat check girl / words and music by "Smiley" Burnette -- Have I told you lately that I love you? : from the motion picture "Sing neighbor sing" and "Over the trail" / words and music by Scott Wiseman [3 copies] -- Have I told you lately that I love you? / words and music by Scott Wiseman, arranged by Mark Laub for organ -- Head over heels in love / words by Rose Bandini, music by Al Bandini -- Headin' down the wrong highway / words and music by Ted Daffan [2 copies] -- Heaven happens to-night / words and music by Lionel Belasco and Leighla Whipper -- Heaven watch the Philippines / by Irving Berlin -- Heavenly peace / words and music by Rudolph Gruen -- He'll have to cross the Atlantic (to get to the Pacific) / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Hello, baby, mademoiselle (Get up those stairs, mademoiselle) / English lyric by Pat Noto, French lyric by Jacques Larue, music by Geo Chapiro and R. Marbot -- Her bathing suit never got wet / lyrics by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- Her heart was made of stone / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Here comes heaven again : from the motion picture "Doll face" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Here I go again : from the musical "Are you with it?" / words by Arnold B. Horwitt, music by Harry Revel -- Here I go just dreamin' away / lyric by Al J. Neiburg, music by Henri Woode -- Here it is Monday : from the motion picture "Song of the open road" / lyrics by Kim Gannon, music by Walter Kent -- He's home for a little while / words by Kermit Goell, music by Ted Shapiro [2 copies] -- Hey! Ba-ba-re-bop / by Lionel Hampton, Curley Hamner -- The hills are lonely / words by Murray Tannen, music by Bert Tannen (Cpl. B. Tannenholz), piano arrangement by Lindsay McPhail -- Hill o' the Clyde / words and music by Donald Glenman -- Hippy (The hap, hep, hippy, hippopotamus!) / words and music by Barbara Belle and Anita Leonard, piano arrangemeent by Dick Kent -- The hobble-de-hoy with the Hoiden / words by Al. J. Neiburg, music by Phil Moore -- Hoggie Joe! (The hoggie man!) / by Al Richman, Wayne Cody, Eddy Wilson -- Ho-hum (Wish I were someone in love) / words and music by Stan Paul -- Honey's comin' home! / words and music by Jan Krupa -- The honeydripper / words and music by Joe Liggins -- Home country / words and music by Bud Green, Ben Homer -- Home for the holiday's / words and music by Art Mooney, Fred Meadows, Charles J. McCarthy -- Home, my home / by Evelyn Chase, S.J. Michelson, Dan Franklin -- Homesick—that's all / words and music by Gordon Jenkins [4 copies] -- Hominy grits / words and music by Smiley Burnette -- Hop skip and jump (Honey hurry hurry to me) / lyrics by Al Hoffman and Milton Drake, music by Stan Keller, Jerry Livingston -- Horizontal / words by Hal David, music by Lou Ricca -- Horses don't bet on people / words and music by John Jacob Loeb -- The hot tamale man / words by Mack David, music by Baldwin Bergersen -- The Hottentot song / words and music by Brown Bolte, Harry Mack and Jane Douglass -- The house on Happiness Hill / words and music by Y. Hall -- How're ya' doin' in the heart department? / lyric by Charles Newman, music by Arthur Altman -- How bright the stars : from Ray Noble's Indian suite, theme II / by Ray Noble -- How will we get her back in the kitchen? (after we've won the war) / words and music by Billy Hayes, Zeb Carer nd Jack Rollin -- A hubba-hubba-hubba (Dig you later) : from the motion picture "Doll face" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Humo en los ojos / letra y música de Agustin Lara -- I ain't goin' nowhere, baby (till you come back to me again) / words and music by Sam Braverman and Jack Edwards -- I bet you / words by Margel Gluck, [music by] Leo Erdody -- I can see it your way / by Inez James and Sidney Miller -- I can wait / words and music by Y. Hall -- I can't begin to tell you : from the motion picture "The Dolly sisters" / lyrics by Mack Gordon, music by James V. Monaco [2 copies] -- I can't get you out of my mind : from the motion picture "The naughty nineties" / words by Jack Brooks, music by Edgar Fairchild -- I can't go on with out you / by Frank Rudolph -- I didn't think you cared / words and music by Bert Mann, Paul Cunningham and Leonard Whitcup -- I don't care if I never go to bed / words and music by Al Hoffman, Milton Drake, Jerry Livingston [2 copies] -- I don't deserve to be treated this way / words and music by Al Koppell -- I don't wanna do it alone / words and music by Bill Hampton and George Duning -- I don't want to change the subject (but did you buy a bond today? / words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- I found a rose / words & music by Manny (Smitty) Smith -- I got a one track mind : from the musical "Billion dollar baby" / words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Morton Gould -- I guess it's all my fault / [by] Mr. Elsa Robinson -- I had that dream again : featured in the comic strip Claire Voyant / words by Mal Ater, Walter Hirsch, music by William Wirges -- I have but one heart ('O marenariello) / words by Marty Symes, music by Johnny Farrow [4 copies] -- I hear little chimes (in my heart) / by Frances Medina, arr. by Lindsay McPhail -- I hope to die if I told a lie / lyric and music by Little Jack Little -- I just stopped by for my heart / words and music by Al Moritz -- I knew I'd find you / words & music by Gertrude Bailey -- I know somethin' I won't tell ya / words by Lee Pearl, Art Berman, music by Joe Schuster, Johnny Tucker -- I long to belong to you / words and music by Marjorie Goetschius and Edna Osser -- (I love you) For sentimental reasons / lyric by Deek Watson, music by William Best [2 copies] -- I love you this morning : from the musical "The day before spring" / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe [2 copies] -- I may forgive but how can I forget? / words and music by Joe Davis -- I miss your kiss / words and music by Sammy Kaye and Sunny Skylar -- I remember (I was there) / lyric and music by Al Hardy -- I saw you there (one wonderful day) / by Mike Corcoran -- I see through you / words and music by Frank & Bob Liddell -- I sleep with your picture ('neath my pillow) / by Maceo Pinkard -- I tho't you ought to know / lyric by Tommy Dilbeck, music by Cecil Carter -- I trusted you / by Foy Willing, Riley Shepard, Johnny Creighton -- I wish you could love me (like I love you) / by Billy Hayes, Milton Leeds, Zeb Carver -- I walk my post in a military manner (just for you, sweetheart) / words and music by James Reutershan -- I wanna be loved / words and music by Carroll Lucas and Dave Binder, piano arrangement by Dick Kent -- I wanna go home (with you) / words and music by Jack Joyce and Joe Candullo -- I want a bunny for Easter / by Dave Franklin -- I want an old fashioned Christmas / words by Florence Tarr, music by Fay Foster -- I was here when you left me (I'll be here when you get back) / words and music by Sam H. Stept -- I was never nearer heaven in my life / by Jesse Rogers, Riley Shepard, Johnny Creighton -- Would you like to see a picture of my baby? / words and music by Sid Robin -- I wish / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- I wish I had never met sunshine (and sunshine had never met me) / words by Gene Autry and Dale Evans, music by Oakley Haldeman -- I wish you could love me / by Billy Hayes, Milton Leeds, Zeb Carver -- I trusted you / by Foy Willing, Riley Shepard, Johnny Creighton -- I wished on a red bird / words and music by Dale Searcy -- I wuv a wabbit / words and music by Milton Berle, Ervin Drake, Paul Martell -- I yam what a yam / words & music by Rose Bandini, Nikki Sandrik, Lenore Gardelle -- I yi yimminy yi (The smorgasbord song) / words & music by Lee Crane [2 copies].
  • I'd do it all over again / by Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon [3 copies] -- I'd give a million dollars / words & music by Manny (Smitty) Smith -- I'd like to get you alone (when you're lonely) / words and music by Henry Prichard -- I'd love to make love to you / by Eddy Wilson -- I'd rather be me : from the motion picture "Out of this world" / lyrics by Sam Coslow and Eddie Cherkose, music by Felix Bernard -- If aloha means good bye / words and music by C.H. Trams -- If I can help somebody (The Christmas seal song) / words and music by A. Bzel Androzzo [2 copies] -- If I had a dozen hearts : from the motion picture "The Stork Club" / lyric by Paul Francis Webster, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- If I had a wishing ring : from the motion picture "Breakfast in Hollywood" / lyric by Marla Shelton, music by Louis Alter -- If I loved you : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers [4 copies] -- If I loved you : from the motion picture Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- If somebody ever breaks my heart (It's gonna be you) / by Benny Davis & Ted Murry [lead sheet] -- If this isn't love / words and music by Cab Calloway and Helen Dewitt Jacobs -- If you love me at all / words by Marty Symes, music by Al Kaufman -- If you no longer loved me / words and music by William Elliott, Riley Shepard -- I'll always be faithful to you / words and music by Van Loman and Dave Crane -- I'll always be with you / words and music by Marjorie Goetschius and Edna Osser [2 copies] -- I'll be walkin' with my honey (soon, soon, soon) / words by Buddy Kaye, music by Sam Medoff -- I'll be with you Christmas / words and music by Mary Schaeffer -- I'll buy that dream : from the motion picture "Sing your way home" / lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel -- I'll close my eyes / lyric by Buddy Kaye, music by Billy Reid [2 copies] -- I'll cross my heart (and kneel in pray'r) / by Sid Prosen, Paul Denniker and Tom Fowler -- I'll dream some more (Palabras de mujer) / English lyric by Al Stewart, music and Spanish lyric by Agustin Lara -- I'll go on waiting / by Bob Kalthoff -- I know it's love : from the motion picture "Carnival in Costa Rica" / lyric by Harry Ruby, Spanish lyric and music by Ernesto Lecuona -- I'll live true to you / words and music by William T. Ford -- I'll never love again (like I loved you) / words by Esther Van Sciver and Shelby Darnell, music by Bob Miller -- I'll walk alone / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- I'm a shy guy / by Nat King Cole -- I'm all out of dreams / by Eddy Wilson -- I'm all that's left of that old quartette / by Fred Meadows, Geo. B. McConnell and Charles J. McCarthy -- I'm carrying a torch / by Joe Hornsby, Ralph W. Chambers, Carlton James -- I'm comin' back : from the motion picture "The story of G.I. Joe" / words and music by Ann Ronell -- I'm getting nowhere fast / words and music by Bob Carroll and Howard Phillips -- I'm gonna tie my baby to a hitchin' post / by Jack Hoffman -- I'm glad I waited for you : from the motion picture "Tars and spars" / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- I'm gonna love that guy (like he's never been loved before) / words and music by Frances Ash [2 copies] -- I'm gonna make believe (I've got myself a sweetheart) / words by Marty Symes, music by Al Kaufman -- I'm gonna skeedaddle to Seattle to see Adelaide / words and music by Geo. Wggner and Edward Ward, piano arrangement by Larry Stanton -- I'm gonna wake up in the morning and sing / words and music by Sunny Skylar -- I'm his marionette / by Claire Sibley -- I'm in love with two sweethearts / words and music by E. Box, D. Cox and Lewis Ilda -- I'm just a fool for love / by Jerry Pinto & Harry Dimmick -- I'm just a lucky so-and-so / words by Mack David, music by Duke Ellington -- I'm longing for my sweetheart (10,000 miles away) / words and music by Roy Grant, Arval Hogan -- I'm not ashamed / words and music by Joe Davis -- I'm not having any (this year) / words and music by Don Raye, Matty Malneck [2 copies] -- I'm on the level with you / by Dick Charles, Eddie Waldman -- I'm only teasin' : from the motion picture "Delightfully dangerous" / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Morton Gould -- I'm scared / lyric by Raymond Leveen, music by Lou Singer -- I'm so much better off having you / by Roger Genger, Bill Gallinson, I. Hy Pollack -- I'm sure of your love : from the musical "Billion dollar baby" / words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Morton Gould -- Little rendezvous / words and music by Estelle Kirby -- In a shower of stars : from the motion picture "Delightfully dangerous" / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Morton Gould -- In Acapulco : from the motion picture "Billy Rose's diamond horsehoe" / lyrics by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren -- In it to win it (me and my lovin' baby) / by Maceo Pinkard, Alex Belledna & Peter Roman -- In love with love : from the motion picture "Shady lady" / words by George Waggner, music by Milt Rosen -- In my heart next to mother / words and music by H.A. Kiernan -- In the middle of May / by Fred E. Ahlert and Al Stillman -- In the valley where the evenin' sun goes down : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- In the wee small hours off the mornin' / by Jack Elliott and Inez James -- Into the night : from the musical "Mr. Strauss goes to Boston" / lyric by Robert Sour, music by Robert Stolz -- Is! Is! / by "Stuff" Smith -- Is there somebody else? / by Dick Robertson, Neelson Cogane, Sammy Mysels -- Island of palms / words and music by Ray Kinney, Richard Howard, Sy Taylor -- Isn't it kinda fun : from the motion picture "State fair" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- Isn't it wonderful? : from the motion picture "No leave no love" / words and music by Kay Thompson -- It might as well be spring : from the 1945 motion picture "State fair" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- It might as well be spring : from the 1962 motion picture "State fair" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- It only happens once / by Frankie Laine -- It was nice while the money rolled in / words and music by Bob Hilliard and Dick Miles -- It won't be long / words and music by Stanley Cowan -- It'll take a little time / by Lee Pearl, Art Berman, Irving Gaumont -- It's a beautiful day / lyric by Paul Cunningham, music by Joe Burke -- It's a grand night for singing : from the 1945 motion picture "State fair" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- It's a grand night for singing : from the 1962 motion picture "State fair" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- It's a great big world : from the motion picture "The Harvey girls" / lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren [3 copies] -- It's anybody's spring : from the motion picture "Road to Utopia" / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- It's been a long, long time / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne [9 copies] -- It's Christmas again / words and music by Harry Rodriguez -- It's funny what a song can do / words & music by Fred Harris, piano arr. by Jean Walz -- It's indian summer / words and music by "Smiley" Burnette -- It's so easy / words and music by Jack Palmer and Teddy Kaye -- It's you I like the best of all / by Eddy Wilson -- It's you! It's you! It's you! / words and music by Del D'Lower -- I've always loved you : from the motion picture "I've always loved you" / lyric by Harold Rome, music by adapted by Aaron Goldmark from Rachmaninoff's Second piano concerto -- I've been a fool too long / by Denver Darling, Billy Hayes, Milton Leeds -- I've got a locket in my pocket / words by Mack David, music by Art Kassel -- I've got nuggets in my pockets / by Jimmy Wakely, Britt Wood and Lee White.
  • Jennifer / by Bill McCune, Del D'Lower -- Jeunesse / [words by] Marjorie White, [music by] Rhéa Silberta -- Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet : from the motion picture "Make mine music" / lyrics by Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert, music by Allie Wrubel -- Johnny's got a date with a gal in New York / lyric by Buddy Kaye, music by Sam Medoff -- José Gonzales / by Redd Evans, Bob Hilliard, Dick Miles -- Josephine please no lean on the bell / words and music by Ed G. Nelson, Harry Pease, Duke Leonard -- A jug of wine : from the musical "The day before spring" / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe -- Juke box Luke / words and music by Samuel Rabbit -- The juke box song / words and music by Jack Covais -- Julie O'Dooley / words and music by Edgar Lesliek, Jack Meskill, Pete Wendling -- June comes around every year : from the motion picture "Out of this world" / lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen -- June is bustin' out all over : from the musical "Carousel" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- Just a blue serge suit / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Just a few little miles from home / by Ray Smith, Vaughn Horton, Denver Darling -- Just any old time / words and music by William "Wild Bill" Elliott, Riley Shepard -- Bury me there on the wasteland / words and music by William "Wild Bill" Elliott, Riley Shepard -- Just a-sittin' and a-rockin' / lyric by Lee Gaines, music by Billy Strayhonr and Duke Ellington [4 copies] -- Just can't do like other girls do-do-do (Just can't do like other boys do-do-do) / words & music by Marion W. Rinehart -- Just for me / words and music by Grace M. Murray, piano arr. by Dick Kent -- Just for spite / words and music by Eddy Wilson -- Just for to-night : from the musical "Polonaise" / words by John Latouche, music by Fr. CHopin, adapted by Bronislaw Kaper [2 copies] -- Just imagine / lyric by Paul Newman, music by Ross Raphael and Carl Schmidt -- Just in case you change your mind / words and music by Harry Patterson, Melvin Bell, Deek Watson -- Just like old times / words and music by Joe Davis -- Just like that / words and music by John R. Gregory -- Keep my mem'ry in your heart / words and music by Ernest Tubb -- Keep right on doin' (the things that you're doin' to me) / words and music by Roy Kaiser, Lou Schwartz & Hamilton McLean -- Keeper of the prairie / words and music by Ted Meyn, Lester B. Isaac and Allan Zee, piano arrangement by Dick Kent -- A kiss goodnight / by Freddie Slack, Floyd Victor, R.N. Hermn [2 copies] -- Kiss me hello : from the motion picture "Tars and spars" / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Kiss me tonight : from the musical "Song without words" / words by Forman Brown, music adapted by Franz Steininger based on Tchaikovsky's "Andante cantabile" and "Swan lake" waltz -- La bamba alegre / English lyrics by Ervin Drake, Spanish lyrics and music by L. Martinez Serrano -- Ladies, ladies / by Irving Caesar and Gerald Marks -- Lady, can you spare a little love / words and music by Al Trace, Ben Track, Jay Johnson -- A lady with a parasol / lyric by Charles Newman, music by Allie Wrubel -- The last time I saw you / words and music by Marjorie Goetschius and Edna Osser -- The laughing samba / lyric by Benny Meroff and Anne Spear, music by Vincent Rizzo and George Johnson -- Laura : from the motion picture "Laura" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by David Raksin [12 copies] -- Leave the dishes in the sink ma / by Spike Jones, Milton Berle, Gene Doyle -- Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne [6 copies] -- Let him go, let him tarry / by John Klenner -- Let me take you in my arms (Quiéote en mis brazos) / lyrics by Lew Garfield, Spanish lyrics by Rafael y Amado Hernández, music by Paul Shahin and Bill Young -- Let us all sing Auld lang syne / words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Let us break bread together on our knees / arranged by William Lawrence -- Let us thank God the war is over / lyric by Robert F. Lobell & R.S. Altman, music by Robert F. Lobell -- Let's not give each other away / by Monty Siegel -- Let's seal it with a kiss / by Paul Shahin, Bill Young -- Let's stay this way / words by Jules Loman, music by Marvin Fisher, Jack Val.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 203
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 203.
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 203
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