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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 202.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 202.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1944-1945.

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reel 202 [1944 Treat-1945 Don't]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 202 reel 202 [1944 Treat-1945 Don't]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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  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • 1944: Treat me rough : from the motion picture "Girl crazy" / lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- The trolley song : from the motion picture "Meet me in St. Louis" / words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane [2 copies] -- Trouble is a man / words and music by Alec Wilder [2 copies] -- True / words and music by Sunny Skylar, Jack Rosenberg, Ira Schuster -- Truthfully / words and music by Joe Davis -- Tu, solo tu / letra y música de Alfredo Brito -- Tump tee-tee tumptump! / words and music by Alice Simms, Albert De Bru -- Turn off the rain (Turn on a rainbow) / by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Twenty seven times around the block / words and music by Sammy Gallop, Duck Kuhn, Charles Shaw -- Twilight time / lyrics & music by Buck Ram, Morty Nevins, Al Nevins, Artie Dunn [3 copies] -- Two again / words and muisic by Ted Grouya and Jimmy Dorsey -- Two heavens / by Ted Grouya and Don George -- Typewriter serenade / words by Bob Hilliard, music by Irene Higginbotham -- The U.S.A. by day and the R.A.F. by night / by Hal Block and BOb Musel -- U.S.A. spells home, sweet home / words and music by Margaret R. Pratt -- Umbriago : from the motion picture "Music for millions" / words and music by Irving Caesar and Jimmy Durante -- Uncle Sam is calling you buckaroo / words and music by Freddie Van and Dick Thomas -- Up, up, up / by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- The vaquero song : from the motion picture "Brazil" / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Ary Barroso -- Victory / words & music by A. Pasquale -- The victory waltz / words and music by Joseph P. Cacossa, Lula Mandlin and Geo. M. Mruzik -- Vict'ry train / lyric by Vick Knight, melody by Oakley Haldeman -- The Wac hymn / words and music by Frank Loesser -- Waiting / by Harold Lawrence, Jay Milton, Carl Ravazza -- Wake up man, you're slippin' : from the motion picture "Sensations of 1945" / lyric by Harry Tobias, music by Al Sherman -- Walk a little talk a little / lyrics by Dave Franklin, music by Don R. George [2 copies] -- Walking on a moonbeam / words by Billy Cavanaugh, music by Floreen Lacy -- Waltz with me / words & music by Billy Faber, Bert Mann and Jack Edwards -- Was it you? / words and music by Joe Davis -- The way that I want you / lyric by Eddie DeLange, music by Josef Myrow -- We hate to leave / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- We met 'neath a winter moon / words by Madalyn Deibert, music by Ray Hibbeler -- We might as well forget it / words and music by Johnny Bond -- Wedding at the old homestead / words and music by The Parish Brothers, George and John -- The wedding waltz / by Nick D'Amico, Gil Mills, Billy Faber -- Weep me away / words and music by H.A. Kiernan -- Weep no more, my darlin' (I'm comin' home to you) / words and music by Elton Britt and Irmgard Erik Baker -- Welcome home / words and music by Tommy Tucker, Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup -- We're on our way / words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers -- We're the marines / words and music by Paul Van Loan and Ralph Matesky -- Were you lyin'? / words and music by Joe Davis.
  • 1944: What a day : from the motion picture "Rainbow Island" / words by Ted Koehler, music by Burton Lane -- What a day! / lyric by Gil Mills and Billy Faber, music by Lewis Grossman and Henry H. Engel -- What a sweet surprise / by Ray Noble [2 copies] -- What a wonderful world this would be / words by Jack M. Kay and Murray Stein, music by George Schloss and Tommy Morton -- What are we gonna do with all the jeeps? / words and music by Irving Berlin -- What are you doin' the rest of your life? : from the motion picture "Hollywood canteen" / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Burton Lane -- What can a heart believe / words and music by Jeanne Simon, Marion Barry and Jack Desbecker, piano arrangement by George N. Terry -- What do I want for Christmas / word and music by Al Curtis and Frank Silver -- What good is love / words and music by Jay Di Raimondo -- What 'id I tell ya? / by James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock -- What makes the sunset? : from the motion picture "Anchors aweigh" / lyrics by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne [2 copies] -- What say? / lyric by Valerie Bettis, music by Bernardó Segall -- Whatcha doin' after the war / lyric by John De Vries, music by Joe Bushkin -- When a Colleen from Killarney met a lad from old Tralee / lyric by Richard W. Pascoe, music by Hazel H. Hage -- When Christmas comes / by Dick Charles and Jos. M. Seiferth -- Wheen he comes home / words and music by Frank Loesser -- When I get time / words by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- When I'm walkin' arm in arm with Jim : from the motion picture "Girl rush" / lyric by Harry Harris, music by Lew Pollack -- When I'm with you / word by Lew Brown, music by Ted Fio-Rito -- When it's all over / words and music by Stanley Cowan -- When it's tomato time in Heinzville (Honey, I'll ketcup with you) / words aand music by John M> Anthony, George McCoy [lead sheet] -- When it's tulip time in Amsterdam / lyric by Lee Pearl, music by Art Berman and W. Ida Martens -- When my boy comes home / [words by] J. Keirn Brennan, [music by] Albert Hay Malotte -- When our hearts were young and gay : from the motion picture "Our hearrts were young and gay" / words by Kermit Goell, music by Ted Grouya -- When the boys come home : from the musical "Bloomer girl" / lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen -- When the buds begin to blossom (Then our lovve will bloom again) / words by Harry Edelheit, music by Hugo Rubens -- When the roses bloom in May / words & music by Alice Canterbury -- When they fiddle out the polka : from the motion picture "The return of the Durango Kid" / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Al. J. Neiburg, Sol Marcus -- When twilight falls / lyrics by Gus Schael, music by Joseph P. Kovacs & George Winslow, piano score by Harold Potter -- When we said goodbye in Algiers / lyrics by Harmon Bickley, music by Joseph Guinan -- When we'll all be together again / by W.R. Williams -- When Yankee Doodle goes to town / by Joseph McKeon, Al curtis and Frank Silver -- When you live on an island : from the musical "Sadie Thompson" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Vernon Duke [2 copies] -- When you put on that oild blue suit again / by Robert Sour, Floria West and Gordon Andrews -- Where do you dream, my lover? / words and music by Guy Berlind -- Where does love being and where does friendship end? : from the motion picture "Step lively" / lyrics by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Where in the heck is a hack? / words and music by Calvin Jackson -- Where is love? / words and music by Leo Erdody, June Sillman and Lew Porter -- Where the silent pines are bending / words and music by Lawrence A. Olsen -- Where were you (when I dreamed about you last night) / lyrics by Ruth Herscher, music by Louis Herscher -- Where you are : from the musical "Follow the girls" / words and music by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal and Phil Charig -- Wherever there's love (There's you and I) / words by John De Vries, music by Eddie Condon -- Wherever you are tonight / by Terry Shand and Jason Matthews -- While the tears drop / by Ed. Sowulewski -- Wish you were waiting for me / lyric by Bob Russell, mussic by David Saxon -- Whispers in the moonlight / words and music by Murray Cohen and Arlene Weinstein -- Whistle while you whittle / words by Alyce Coutts, music by Mary Deacon -- Who can I love when you're gone / words & music by Jimmie Redrick -- Who cares if I'm lonely? / words and music by Erwin King and Bernie Weissman -- Who said dreams don't come true? / words and music by Harry Akst, Benny Davis, Al Jolson -- Who started love / by Lee Mortimeer and Jack Segal -- Who swiped Adolf's paste pot? / words and music by Jimmy Kendis -- Who's gonna bury Hitler when the onery cuss is dead? / words and music by Carson J. Robison -- Who's got a match? : from the "Copacabana revue" / words by Eddie De Lange, music by Irving Actman -- Who's that knickin' at my door? (Opportunity) / words and music by Sunny Skylar -- Who's your little Hoosier : from the motion picture "Hoosier holiday" / by Johnny Marvin -- Why can't you hear my love song / words by Ray Hibbeler, music by William Porter Burnet -- Why do they call a private a private? : from the revue "About face" / by Frank Loesser and Peter Lind Hayes -- Why do you torture me? / by Maceo Pinkard, Larry Royal, Billy Faber and Frank La Marr [2 copies] -- Why does a bee like his honey? / words by Harry Pyle, music by Joe Davis -- Why don't it rain on me, mother? / by Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose -- Why don't-cha kiss me? (Like you kissed me last night) / lyric by Mort Greene, music by Allie Wrubel -- Wings in my heart / words and melody by Vaull Starr -- Wise old moon / words & music by Stephen Janis -- With ev'ry star : from the revue "Hats off to ice" / words and music by Jimmy Littlefield -- With me it's the girl / words and music by David Taylor -- Without a sweetheart / by Henry Nemo -- The wolf of Randolph Street / by Dick Scott, Lynn Carey -- Wonderful winter (for you and me) / lyric by Marty Symes, music by Al Kaufman -- Words can't explain / words and musicc by Joe Davis -- A world of no goodbyes / words by Ray Gilbert, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- Willow in the wind : from the motion picture "Kismet" / lyric by E.Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen -- Would you for a big red apple? / lyric by Sam Lerner, music by Sam Lerner and Josef Myrow -- Wouldn't it be nice? : from the motion picture "Something for the boys" / words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh [2 copies] -- Wrackin' my brain over you / words and music by Garet Romero.
  • 1944: Yankee Doodle hayride : from the motion picture "Pin up girl" / words by Mack Gordon, music by James V. Monaco -- Yankee Doodle Jr. / by Lawrence Welk, Dess Hanley -- (Yip yip de hootie) My baby said yes : from the motion picture "The blonde from Brooklyn" / by Tedd Walters, Sid Robin -- Yodelin' Kate (from the Lone Star State) / words and music by Ben and Al Trace -- You always hurt the one you love / words and music by Doris Fisher, Allan Roberts [5 copies] -- You always love the same girl : from the musical "A Connecticut Yankee" / lyric by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- You and you : from the motion picture "The great waltz" / lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Johann Strauss II, adaptation by Dimitri Tiomkin -- You and your education / by James Cavanaugh and Larry Stock [2 copies] -- You are my fav'rite dream / words by Mary Carolyn Davies and Kathleen Cotter Gross, music by Kathleen Cotter Gross -- You are the only one / words and music by Lionel Belasco and Leighla Whipper -- You can always tell a Yank : from the motion picture "Hollywood canteen" / lyric by E.Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane -- You can count on me / words and music by Dave McEnery -- You can say that again / lyrics by George Hamilton, music by Carl Lampl -- You can take my heart / words and music by Blue Steele and Denny Beckner -- You can't get that no more / by Louis Jordan, Sam Theard -- You can't live without a girl / words and music by Eddie Dorr -- You crossed your fingers (I crossed my heart) / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- You gotta live with a beat / words and music by Frances Faye, Raymond Leveen, Arthur Altman -- You kissed me once (You kissed me twice, you kissed me three times) / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Fred Jay -- You laughed at my love / lyric by Ervin Drake, music by Irving Fields -- You lied / words by Al. J. Neiburg, music by Milton Lustig -- You make me dream too much : from the motion picture "Carolina blues" / words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- You may not remember : from the motion picture "Show business" / lyric by George Jessel, music by Ben Oakland -- You never know where you're goin' till you get there : from the motion picture "Cinderella Jones" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- You never loved me / words and music by Dick Thomas, J.C. Lewis -- You never say yes, you never say no! : from the Latin-American hit "Linda mujer" / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Rafael Duchesne, Art Kassel [3 copies] -- You put a patch on my broken heart / by Jimmy Littlefield -- You put a song in my heart / lyric and music by Elmer Brost -- You send me : from the motion picture "Four Jills in a jeep" / lyrics by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- You take your heartache & I'll take mine / words and music by Earl Fernandez -- You tell that to all the girls / words and music by Jewel Walters, Harold Potter, Rod Eddy -- You thrill me / words and music by Joe Davis -- You will have to pay (for your yesterday) / by Bonnie Dodd, Sarrah Jane Cooper, Tex Ritter -- You'll regret it someday / words and music by Joe Davis -- The young man with a horn : from the motion picture "Two girls and a sailor" / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Jimmy McHugh -- The young man with a horn : from the motion picture "The opposite sex" / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Jimmy McHugh -- You're a long way from being happy (When you're a long way from home) / by Alberta McEnery and Sam Martin -- You're cuter than the devil (and sweeter than an angel) / lyric by Ervin Drake, music by Rodrigo Prats -- You're just the sweetest thing : from the motion picture "Hi good lookin'" / by Basil G. Adlam and Walter Bishop -- You're my little pin up girl : from the motion picture "Pin up girl" / words by Mack Gordon, music by James V. Monaco -- You're my only love song / words and music by George Hines -- You're nobody 'til somebody loves you / words and music by Russ Morgan, Larry Stock and James Cavanaugh [2 copies] -- You're not foolin' anyone but yourself / by Milton Berle, Don Reid and Henry Tobias -- You're not foolin' anyone but yourself / by Milton Berle, Don Reid and Henry Tobias [choral score] -- You're perf : from the musical "Follow the girls" / words and music by Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal and Phil Charig -- You're sweeter than any bouquet / words by Jack Harmer and Johnny Mohan, music by Collins Driggs -- You're the dream I dreamt last night / by Alfred Bragg -- You're too slow / words and music by Julian H. Miller -- You've got me where you want me / lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren.
  • 1945: (Absotively, posilutely) Most emphatic'lly, yes! / words and music by Andy Razaf -- Adios, pampa mia! / letra y música de Francisco Canaro, Marianito Mores, Ivo Pelay -- After a while / lyric by Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny, music by Abner Silver -- After all this time / words and music by Paul DeFur and Ken Thompson -- Again and again and again / words and music by Joe Davis -- Ain't it a shame, love (Ain't it a shame) / words and music by Fred Roses, Sid Robin -- Ain't it the truth / music by Count Baise, Buster Harding -- Alfalfa Rose / lyric by Roger Lewis, music by Lucien Denni -- All around the Christmas tree / words by Johnny Stuart, music by Johnny Klein -- All I do is wantcha / lyric and music by Art Kassel -- All I owe Ioway : from the motion picture "State fair" / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- All my life / words and music by Harmie Smith -- All the time : from the motion picture "No leave no love" / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Sammy Fain -- All the time / words and music by Sunny Skylar -- Alwways do watcha mama tells ya / lyric by Nick Kenny, Irv Gwirtz, music by Abner Silver -- And dreams remain : from the motion picture "Holiday in Mexico" / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Raul Soler -- And there you are : from the motion picture "Weekend at the Waldorf" / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Sammy Fain -- Angel : from the motion picture "Yolanda and the thief" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Harry Warren -- Another night, another dream / words and music by Harold Lawrence, Barry Niesen and Jay Milton -- And old time (I'm feelin' blue) / words by Jack Wolf, music by "Fud" Livingston and Irving Melsher -- Anything you mention she's two jumps ahead / words and music by Minnie Mae Everett -- Any time at all / lyric by Jack Gold, music by Jack Gold, Dick Emerson [2 copies] -- Anywhere : from the motion picture "Tonight and every night" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Apple face / [by] Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster, Manny (Smitty) Smith -- Are these really mine? / words and music by Sunny Skylar, David Saxon, Robert Cook -- Are you livin', old man? / words and music by Redd Evans, Irene Higginbotham and Abner Silver -- Are you thinking of me / words by Raymond F. Marks, music by Arthur Clayton -- As I remember you : from the motion picture "Abbott and Costello in Hollywood" / words and music by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin -- As if I didn't have enough on my mind : from the motion picture "Do you love me" / lyric by Charles Henderson, music by Harry James and Lionel Newman -- As long as I live (I will love you) / words and music by Georgy Weiss -- As long as we still believe / by Alec Wilder -- As you were / words & music by Georgia Marshall and Sigmund Spaeth -- Ashby de la Zooch / words and music by Al Hoffman, Milton Drake, Jerry Livingston -- Ask my heart / words and music by Marion Taylor and Lou Schwartz -- At a little road side stand / words and music by Everett W. Westcott and Raymond Geeting, arr. by Al. Moquin -- At least a million tears / words and music by Ike Cargill -- At mail call today / by Gene Autry and Fred Rose -- At the Pepsi-Cola Center (in old Times Square) / words and music by Don Baker, Coleman Kamile and Nick Kenny [lead sheet] -- Atlanta, G.A. / words and music by Sunny Skylar, Artie Shaftel -- Au revoir soldier : from the musical "Polonaise" / words by John Latouche, music by Bronislaw Kaper -- Autumn sereande / lyric by Sammy Gallop, music by Peter De Rose [5 copies] -- Baby doll : from the motion picture "The belle of New York" / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- Baby play it straight / words by Jack Wolf, music by Irene Higginbotham -- Baby, that'll be the day / words by Duke Morgan, music by Nat Tawles & Blanche Calloway -- Baby what's the good in lovin' you? / lyric by William S. Lind, music by Paul Germano -- Bad boy / words and music by Lil Armstrong -- Bad timing : from the musical "Billion dollar baby" / words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Morton Gould -- Bagels in Mexico (Mi bumba né) / English lyrics by Benjamin Blossner, Spanish lyrics and music by Senén Suarez -- Balalaika boogie woogie / words by Jimmy Norris, J. Fred Coots, music by J. Fred Coots -- The balalaika serenade : from the musical "Music in my heart" / words by Forman Brown, music adapted by Franz Steininger, based on Tchaikovsky's "June barcarolle" and "Romance" -- The banamba (The banana song) / words and music by Len Mackenzie, Garth Montgomery, piano score by William Wirges [2 copies] -- Banana boat / by Bob Hilliard and Dick Miles -- The band started swinging a song : from the musical "Seven lively arts" / words and music by Cole Porter -- The beautiful blue Danube / words by Wm. J. Wetmore, [music by] Johann STrauss, arranged by James Palmeri -- Beautiful heaven / words and music by Roy "Scrubboard" Wallace, Lula Manford & Pearl Clark, arrangement by Belle Schrag -- The beer song / words by Conrad H. F. Creuz, music by Eddie Keenan -- Before long / words and music by Will Collins and Gene Carroll -- Be-gone, my love / words by Don Walker, music by Margot Hopkins -- Behavin' myself for you / words and music by Jimmy Dupre -- Beloved : from the motion picture "Frisco Sal" / lyric by George Waggner, music by Edward Ward -- Beloved comrade / lyric by Lewis Allan, music by Fred Katz -- Benny's coming home on Saturday / words and music by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- Between you and me / words and music by Jack Geier -- Beware, brother, beware : from the motion picture "Beware" / words and music by Morry Lasco, Dick Adams, Fleecie Moore -- The big back yard : from the musical "Up in Central Park" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Blow, forty seven, blow! / words by Esther Van Sciver, music by Bob Miller -- Blue / lyric by Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny, music by Abner Silver -- Blue dreams / words and music by Cliff Carlisle and Mel Foree -- Blue eyes crying in the rain / words and music by Fred Rose -- A blue serge suit with a belt in the back / by Alan Fieding, Max Spickol, Johnny Fortis -- Blue sunrise / by Mae Mitchell, Dick Kuhn, Charles Shaw -- Blueberry Lane / words by Lee David, music by Bob Miller -- Bobby sox polka / by Larry Wellington -- Bonita / words and music by Robert Gunders -- Born to be blue / words and music by Clif Bruner and Lou Wayne -- Brahms' lullaby (Cradle song) / English lyrics by Lee Penny, music by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Theodore Ruhl -- Broken down piano / words by Les Alexander and L.A. (Art) McDonald, music by Les Alexander -- The bumpy bumpy trail / words and music by Del D'Lower, Zeb Carver, Denver Darling -- Bunk house stew / words by Hal Raynor, music by Fleming Allan -- Bury me there on the wasteland / words and music by William "Wild Bill" Elliott, Riley Shepard -- Just any old time / words and music by William "Wild Bill" Elliott, Riley Shepard -- But I did / music and lyric by Joseph Meyer, Al Jacobs -- Buzz-buzz-buzz will you be my honey / words and music by Alice D. Simms, Al Trace and Jimmy Lunceford -- By the light of the yaller moon / words & music by Roger Genger and George Lang.
  • 1945: Cab song : from the musical "Marinka" / lyric by George Marion Jr., music by Emmerich Kalman -- Caldonia (What makes your big head so hard?) / by Fleecie Moore -- Calypso Moe (I got no-you got no) / by Buck Ram and Hal Kanner -- Canción desesperada / letra y música de Enrique S. Discepolo -- Can't you read between the lines? / by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn [3 copies] -- Carnival / lyric by Bob Russell, music by Harry Warren -- Carolina Rose / by Dave Franklin -- Carry on brother, carry on / words and music by Bob Carroll and Howard Phillips -- Cha-da-boom / lyric by Harry Tobias, music by Al Sherman -- Champagne polka / words by Norman Lee, music by Lawrence Welk -- Cheyenne / words and music by Carroll K. Cooper and Lee Zahler -- Chick a yogee / words and music by S. Weller, Stan Lee, Syd Wyner -- Chickery chick / lyrics by Sylvia Dee, music by Sidney Lippman [2 copies] -- Chico Chico (from Porto Rico) : from the motion picture "Doll face" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- The chime waltz / by Milton Drake, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose -- Chiquita Banana (The banana song) / by Len Mackenzie, Garth Montgomery, William Wirges -- Chitterlinswitch / music and lyrics by Lucky Millinder, Barbara Belle and Anita Leonard -- Choo choo ch'boogie / words and music by Vaughn Horton, Denver Darling, Milton Gabler -- Choo choo polka / words and music by Mike Shore and Zeke Manners -- Christmas carols by the old corral / by Johnny Lange and Archie Gottler -- The cigarettes are out to-day / wordds and music by Henry B. Glover, arranged by Walter Fuller -- Cinderella Jones : from the motion picture "Cinderella Jones" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- The cocktail polka / words & music by Jack Edwards & Eddie Dorr -- The cocoanut song (Go and get beneath a cocoanut tree) / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- Colin Kelly, will you tell the boys up yonder (that Doug MacArthur kept his word to you?) / by Zeb Carver, Jack Rollins and Rosalie Allen -- Coffee time : from the motion picture "Yolanda and the thief" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Harry Warren -- Come to baby, do! / by Inez James, Sidney Miller [2 copies] -- Comes the night / words by Larry Wynn, music by Jerome Bresler -- Coming home / words and music by Billy Reid -- Como yo, jamas / letra y música de Isolina Carrillo -- Compared with you / words by Bill Hunt and Bob Taylor, music by Bill Hunt -- Connecticut / words by Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny, music by Abner Silver -- The continental polka / ffrom the motion picture "Easy to wed" / words and music by Johnny Green, Ralph Blane -- Costa Rica : from the motion picture "Carnival in Costa Rica" / lyric by Harry Ruby and Sunny Skylar, Spanish lyric and music by Ernesto Lecuona -- Counting the days / words by Hy Zaret, music by Alex Kramer [2 copies] -- Counting the days until Christmas / by Buck Ram and Hal Kanner -- A couple of song and dance men / words and music by Irving Berlin -- A couple of years ago / lyric by Larry Stewart, music by Bert Reisfeld -- Cowboy bond song / words and music by Tim Spencer -- Cradle song in a modern mining town / [words by] Mildred E. Waterman, [music by] Goddard Lieberson -- Cruising down the river (on a Sunday afternoon) / by Eily Beadell and Nell Tollerton [2 copies] -- Cry and you cry alone : from the motion picture "Tonight and every night" / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne -- Crystal gazin' mama / words and music by Jimmy Dupre -- Cuando tú quieras / letra y música de René Touzet -- Cuddles / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- Cupful of sunshine / by Jerry Jerome, Harry P. Stevenson, Roberts Fisher -- Daddy, daddy / by Savannah Churchill, Irving Berman -- Dallas darlin' / by Frank Harford and Edyth Bergdahl -- The Danube now flows blue again / words by Monte Carlo, music by Alma Sanders -- (Darling, darling) Just make love to me / lyrics by Mann Curtis, music by Vic Mizzy -- The dawn of a bright new day / words and music by A.E. Freeman -- The day before spring : from the musical "The day before spring" / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe -- Day by dady / words and music by Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston [5 copies] -- The day will come / words and music by Smiley Johnson -- Daybreak serenade / words and music by Eddy Breuder, Paul Rusincky, Nathan Van Cleave, piano arrangement by Dick Kent -- Dearest darling / by Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon -- The desert song : from the operetta "The desert song" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Douglas MacLean -- Detour / words and music by Paul Westmoreland [3 copies] -- Dig you later : from the motion picture "Doll face" / lyrics by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Dime algo / letra de Claro R. Orestes Hernández, música de Julio Gutiérrez -- Do you know what it means to be lonely / by Duke Leonard, Jack Edwards [lead sheet] -- Do you love me as I love you? / lyrics by Lew Garfield, music by Paul Shahin, Bill Young -- Doctor, lawyer, indian chief : from the motion picture "The Stork Club" / lyric by Paul Francis Webster, music by Hoagy Carmichael [2 copies] -- Doggie (Recuerden la ola marina) / English words by Benjamin Blossner, Spanish words and music by Virgilio Gonzalez -- Don't be a baby, baby / lyric by Buddy Kaye, music by Howard Steiner -- Don't be surprised / words and music by Joe Davis -- Don't believe everyone's your friend / by Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Roy Carroll -- Don't forget to-night, to-morrow / words and music by Ukie Sherin and Jay Milton -- Don't go back on your word! / words and music by Joe Davis -- Don't let it happen again / words and music by Henry Prichard -- Don't let me dream / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Leonard Joy and Richard Loring -- Don't let me stand in your way! / words and music by Joe Davis -- Don't lie to me (I may believe you) / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Guy Wood [2 copies] -- Don't love me / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Guy Wood -- Don't say you love me (if it's not true) / words and music by Marie Moss, Harold Potter and Rrod Eddie -- Don't say you love me if you don't / words and music by Clif Bruner and Lou Wayne -- Don't shoot the bartender (He's half shot now) / by Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster and Manny (Smitty) Smith -- Don't take my last dream away! / words and music by Joe Davis -- Don't that moon look lonesome / words and music by Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan [lead sheet] -- Don't you remember me? / lyric by Sunny Skylar, music by Frankie Carle.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 202
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 202.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1944-1945.
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 202
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