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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 55

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 55
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1913.

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reel 55 [1913 Snow-1913 Zis]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 55 reel 55 [1913 Snow-1913 Zis]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.
  • 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
  • Snow deer (Snow deer rag) / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Percy Wenrich [2 copies] -- Some day I'll go home to mother / words by Rowland E. Weiss, music by Jos. Edson -- Some sweet day : from the musical "The wrong Mr. President" / words & music by Russell Smith -- Somebody else is crazy 'bout me (But I want you) / words by Dave Oppenheim, music by Harry Carroll [2 copies] -- Somebody's coming to my house / by Irving Berlin [4 copies] -- Somebody's eyes / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Percy Wenrich -- Somebody loves you / words and music by A. Seymour Brown [5 copies] -- Someone is coming to my house / written and composed by Irving Berlin -- Someone is loneomse without you / words by Olive L. Frields, music by Harry L. Newman -- Something seems tingle-ingleing : from the musical "High jinks" / words by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml [2 copies] -- A spare-rib from the butcher shop of life / lyric by Arthur Gillespie an Harold Ward, music by Aubrey Stauffer [2 copies] -- Sometime when you are dreaming / by Chas. E. Wertz -- My fairy prince : from the musical "Her little highness" / lyric by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf, music by Reginald de Koven -- Song: Peggy Brady : from the musical "The isle of Spice" / lyrics by Allen Lowe, music by Paul Schindler and Ben M. Jerome -- The song of the heart / words by Edgar Allen Woolf, music by Anatol Friedland [2 copies] -- The song that stole my heart / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- The sound of my sweetheart's name / lyric by Robert F. Roden, music by Leo Bennett -- The spell of love / words by Karl Fuhrmann, music by George Patrick -- Spring dreams / words by E. Solomon, music by A. Sinelnik -- Star of love : from the musical "The madcap duchess" / lyric by David Stevens, music by Victor Herbert -- Steaming back to Dixieland / words by Jean C. Havez, music by Ted S. Barron -- Stick to your mother Mary / words by Thos. S. Allen, music by Jos. M. Daly [3 copies] -- Stop thief! (You stole my heart away) / words by Will Dillon, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- The story I tell them all / words and music by Harry James -- Strawberries and cream : from the musical "Adele" / lyric by Edward Paulton, music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp -- Strawberries and cream : from the musical "Adele" / lyric by Paul Hervé, English adaptation by Edward Paulton and Adolf Philipp, music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp [3 copies] -- Strike up an Irish strain / words by Haven Gillespie, music by Lloyd Kidwell -- Sunny California (The booster song) / words and music by Virgil Moore, arranged by Homer Tourjee -- Sunshine and roses / words by Gus Kahn, music by Ebert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- The sunshine of life's golden morn / words by Henry Aiken, music by H.P. Danks -- Suppose I met you face to face / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [3 copies] -- Swanee Rose / lyric by J.R. Shannon, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- Sweet Maggie Mulcahay from Donegal Bay / lyrics by Saint-Cyr, music by Geo. F. Briegel -- Sweet memories / lyric by Jean Lenox, music by Fred Spencer -- Sweet Rosie Summers / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Leo Edwards -- Sweet Savannah Sue / words by Powell I. Ford, music by J. Caldwell Atkinson -- Sweetest girl in Dixie / words by Jas. O'Da, music by Robt. J. Adams -- Sweetheart let us dance the Boston : from the musical "When Claudia smiles" / words & music by Goe. A. Spink -- Sweethearts : from the musical "Sweethearts" / lyrics by Robert B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [4 copies] -- Sweethearts : from the motion picture "Sweethearts" / lyric by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest, music by Victor Herbert adapted by Herbert Stothart -- Sweethearts and wives : from the comedy "Snobs" / words and music by Shep. Camp -- Sweetie / words & music by Lawrenc B. O'Connor -- Swing, swing, swing (He'd roll his hammock up and say good-night) / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Syncopatia Land : from the musical "The honeymoon express" / words by Harold Atteridge, music by Jean Schwartz. 
  • Take care of mother / words by Anna C. Brennan, music by S.L. Winkel -- Take me back / by Irving Berlin -- Take me back into your heart, dear / words and music by Wm. R. Clay -- Take me back to the days gone by / words and music by George L. Cobb [2 copies] -- Take me to Roseland my beautiful Rose / words by Jack Strouse and Ed. Johnson, music by Nat. Osborne [2 copies] -- Take mt to that tango tea / words by Schuyler Greene, music by Otto Motzan [3 copies] -- The tale of the jealous cat : from the musical "The man with three wives" / words by Harold Atteridge, [music by] Franz Lehar, arrnged by Al. W. Brown -- Tampa Bay / words by Walter Cavenaugh, music by Geo. A. Smith -- Tango is the dance for me / words and adaptation by Alice Mattullath, music by Cecil Macklin -- Tango town / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Jack Wells & Arthur Lange -- Ta-ta, my bonnie Maggie darling! / written by Harry Lauder and Gerald Gracton, composed by Harry Lauder -- Tell me that you miss me : from the musical "Adele" / lyric by Paul Hervé, English adaptation by Edward Paulton and Adolf Philipp, music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp [3 copies] -- Thanks for the lobster / by Jack Caddigan & Chick Story -- That alimony money / words by Juanita Tramana, music by Paul Williams -- That devil rag / words by Edward Madden, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- That little German band : from the musical "The honeymoon express" / words by Joe McCarthy and Joe Goodwin, composed by Fred Fischer -- That melanchony melody / words by Maurice W. Aaron, music by irving S. Cravis [2 copies] -- That melody waltz / lyric by Earl E. Crooke, music by Ruthven Syler Gamble -- That naughty melody / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Geo. W. Meyer [11 copies] -- That old quartet / words by R.W. Lardner, music by Nat D. Mann -- That raggy rag-time band / words by Wm. Burton, music by John M. Tait -- That tango Tokio / words by Al Bryan, music by Jack Wells [4 copies] -- That tinkling tango tune / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Albert Gumble -- That's the reason I want you / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Alfred Solman [4 copies] -- That's the way a woman wants a man to love (The way a woman wants a man to love) : from the musical "The beauty shop" / lyric by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf, music by Chas. J. Gebest -- That's the way my honey boy makes love / lyric by Joe Young, music by Melville Morris -- That's what I call real live love / words by Tod. Weinhold, music by Ed. O'Keefe -- That's what the daisy said / words by Wilbur Gumm, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- That's what the millwheel said / words by C.M. Denison, music by A.J. Holmes -- That's why my heart is lonely / words by Will R. Garton, music by Cedric H. Garton -- (That's) Within the law / words and music by Alex Gerber -- There is magic in a smile : from the musical "Sweethearts" / lyrics by Robert B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Then I'll stop loving you / lyric by Joe Goodwin and Joe McCarthy, music by Al Piantadosi [2 copies] -- There never was a Broadway in the town where I was born / words and music by Gene Hodgkins -- There wasn't any Broadway on Robinon Crusoe's isle / words by Bobby Jones, music by Bobby Jones & Iva Willis -- There's a girl in Arizona / words by [Grant] Clarke & [Edgar] Leslie, music by Irving Berlin -- There's a girl in the heart of Maryland / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll [6 copies] -- There's a long, long trail / lyric by Stoddard King, composed by Zo Elliott [6 copies] -- There's a spark of love still burning in the emebers of my heart / words by Charlotte P. Austin, music by Chas. H. Roth -- There's a wireless station down in my heart / words by Ed Moran and Joe McCarthy, music by James V. Monaco -- There's something that I like about you : from the musical "A trip to Washington" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Ben M. Jerome [2 copies] -- They've got me doin' it now / words and music by Irving Berlin -- This gay Paree : from the musical "The little café" / words by C.M.S. McLellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- This world would be a lonesome land, without you, dear / word by Earle C. Jones, music by Luella Lockwood Moore -- Those days of long ago : from the musical "Hop o' my thumb" / lyric and music by Manuel Klein -- Those Dixie eyes of southern gray / words by Robt. F. Roden, music by Charles Grant -- Those quaint old melodies / words by William I. Morrison, music by Anson C. Jacobs -- Thoughts of you / words by Mary E. Hitchcock, music by Mary Helen Brown -- Thy mouth is a rose : from the musical "The little café" / words by C.M.S. McLellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- Tickle the ivories / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Wallie Herzer -- The time to love a girlie / words by C.P. McDonald, music by Wm. Frederick Peters -- To have, to hold, to love / words by Darl MacBoyle, music by Ernest R. Ball [4 copies] -- Tommy, won't you teach me how to tango? : from the musical "The girl on the film" / words by Robert C. Tharp & W. Vanderveer, music by R. Penso -- Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral That's an Irish lullaby : from the play "Shameen Dhu" / words and music by J.R. Shannon [2 copies] -- The town that grows where the Hudson flows / words by J. Hapgoood Burt, music by Silvio Hein -- The trail of the loneome pine : from the play "The trail of the lonesome pine" / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll -- The trail of the loneome pine / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll [19 copies] -- Tra-la, la, la! / words & music by Irving Berlin -- Trixie from Dixie / words by John Lauder, music by Harry Lauder -- Tugboat Joe is comin' home again / words by Gertrude Brückmann, music by Lulu Sorensen -- Twas her first / words & music by Ned Walters -- Twas in September : from the musical "The beauty shop" / words by Benjamin Hapgood Burt, music by Silvio Hein [2 copies] -- Twas in the month of May : from the revue "Balieff's chauve-souris" / words by Brian Hooker, music by W. Kollo -- The dream maiden / [by] Allen Lowe and Bella Laszky.
  • Under the China moon : from the musical "All aboard!" / lyric and music by E. Ray Goetz -- Under the leaves / words & music by C.L. Tucker -- Under the midnight moon / lyric by Al Dubin, melody by Jos. A. Burke -- Under the stars tonight / words by Beth Slater Whitson, music by Sarah Hern Spragins -- Under the Swanee moon / words and music by Dick Howard -- Underneath the cotton moon / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by George W. Meyer [9 copies] -- Underneath the family tree / words by Harrison Green, music by Nat Goldstein -- Underneath the tango moon / words by Thomas J. Gray, music by Harry Carroll -- Until you said 'Good bye!' / words by D.A. Esrom, music by Theodore Morse -- The vale of dreaming : from the musical "The man with three wives" / words by Harold Atteridge and Paul M. Potter, music by Franz Lehar -- The valley of beautiful dreams (In the valley of beautiful dreams) : from the musical "The Purple Road" / words by Fred deGresac and William Cary Duncan, music by William Frederick Peters -- In the valley of broken hearts / words by Ed. Rose, music by Leo Friedman -- The valley of sweet content / words by C.M. Denison, music by Edw. Roberts -- Venice my home / words and music by Martin Kinney -- Violet Blue / words by Haven Gillespie, music by Lloyd Kidwell.
  • Wake up! / words by Harold Simpson, music by Montague F. Phillips -- Waltz of the rose / lyric by J. Lind, music by Leo Edwards -- We have much to be thankful for / by Irving Berlin [5 copies] -- We never miss the sunshine, till the storm holds sway / words by J.A. Pedersen, music by Charlotte Lyle -- Welcome home / words and music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- Were you but mine / by Lyn Udall, Joe Farnham and Bert Hall -- We've got a parrot in our house (Pretty Polly, pretty Polly) / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Lewis F. Muir -- What a fool I'd be / words by Andrew B. Sterling and William Jerome, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- What d'ye mean you lost yer dog (Where's that dog-gone dog-gone dog of mine) / words by Thos. S. Allen, music by Joseph M. Daly [12 copies] -- What will I tell her tonight / by Roberts, Whittaker and Morrisey -- What's the good of being good when no one's good to me / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- When dreams come true / lyric and music by Glenn C. Leap -- When dreams come true / words by Philip Bartholomae, music by Silvio Hein & Roy Webb [2 copies] -- When everything seems to go wrong / words by Ferd. E. Mierisch, music by Chris Smith -- When God gave me you / words by Edgar Leslie, music by J. Fred Helf -- When he plays the violin : from the musical "The lady of Luzon" / words by Marcus C. Connelly, music by Zoel J. Parenteau -- When I first met you / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Geo. W. Meyer [3 copies] -- When I get married today / by Clarence Gaskill -- When I get you alone tonight / words by Joe McCarthy and Joe Goodwin, music by Fred Fischer -- When I meet that lady in the moon : from the musical "The Spartans" / words by Geo. Bowles, music by Lucien Denni -- When I said goodbye to you / words by Arthur Jackson, music by Max Friedman -- When I stand by the big public school / words and music by Nathan L. Lewis -- When I want to settle down : from the revue "The passing show of 1913" / words by Harold Atteridge, music by Jean SChwartz -- When I went to school with you / words by Geo. J. Moriarty, music by Chas. N. Daniels -- When I'm dreaming (Twilight dreams) / words by C.M. Denison, music by E.F. Dusenberry -- When I'm with you : from the musical "When love is young" / lyric by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by William Schroeder -- When it's buzz, buzz, buzzin' time in bee, bee, bee town : from "Anna Held's all star variete jubilee" / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry I. Marshall [2 copies] -- When it's cherry blossom time in Georgia / [by] Bobby Jones and Chick Story -- When it's moonlight in Mayo / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Percy Wenrich -- When it's springtime in Virginia / words by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Ernie Erdman -- When love calls you : from the play "Exceeding the speed limit" / words by Arthur Gillespie and Carter De Haven, music by Arthur H. Gutman -- When love comes knocking at your heart : from the musical "A bachelor's dinner" / lyric by A. Seymour Brown, music by Bert Grant -- When love creeps in your heart / written by A.J. Mills, composed by Bennett Scott -- When mother sang those dear sweet songs of old / words and music by H. Wakefield Smith -- When summer with it's roses comes again / words & music by E. Clinton Keithley -- When the bees are busy buzzin' in the busy bee time / [by] Al Harriman -- When the girl whose heart you long for has a heart that longs for you / words by Robt. F. Roden, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- When the honeymoon stops shining : from the musical "The honeymoon express" / words by Harold Atteridge, music by Jean Schwartz -- When the maid you've made your sweetheart is the maid who's made for you / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by J. Fred Help -- When the maple leaves were falling / by Tell Taylor [2 copies] -- When the moon slyly winks (in the night) : from the musical "The queen of the movies" / lyric by Edward Paulton & Glen MacDonough, music by Jean Gilbert [2 copies] -- When the one you love forgets you, then the whole world seems to change / words by Beth Slater whitson, music by Geo. W. Brown -- When the songbirds sing no more / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred Solman -- When the steamboats on the Swanee whistle rag-time / words by Jack Caddigan, music by Jam. Brennan -- When the summer breezes kiss the rose good bye / words by Haven Gillespie, music by Lloyd Kidwell -- When the sun bids the moonlight good-bye / words by John J. Caddigan, music by James A. Brennan -- When the sunshine of tomorrow meets the shadows of today / words & music by Cliff Odoms -- When the whole world has gone back on you (Come to me) / words by Edward Madden, music by Gus Edwards [4 copies] -- When three is company : from the musical "The doll girl" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome D. Kern -- When twilight comes / lyric by N.S. Carter, music by Tom Lanahan -- When will I see you again / words & music by Billy James -- When you are Mrs. Me and I am Mr. You : from the musical "Mutt and Jeff in Panama" / lyrics by Will D. Cobb, music by Leo Edwards -- When you come to me love in dreams / words by M.T. Bohannon, music by A.J. Stasny -- When you hear Cy Riddle play his fiddle at an old-time ball / words and music by Shelton Brooks -- When you play in the game of love / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Al Piantadosi [9 copies] -- When you sang the rosary to me / words by D.A. Esrom, music by Theodore Morse -- When your old gray bonnet was new / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry I. Marshall [2 copies] -- When you're all dressed up and no place to go : from the musical "The beauty shop" / words by Benjamin Hapgood Burt, music by Silvio Hein [2 copies] -- When you're calling on the girl you love : from the musical "The lady of Luzon" / words by Marcus C. Connelly, music by Zoel J. Parenteau -- When you're traveling : from the musical "The man with three wives" / lyric by Cecil Lean, musci by Al. W. Brown -- Where did you get that girl / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Puck [11 copies] -- Where did you get that girl : from the motion picture "Three little words" / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Puck -- Where the red, red, roses grow : from the musical "The ham tree" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [3 copies] -- Where the red, red, roses grow : from the musical "The honeymoon express" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Where the Shenandoah flows / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Chas. N. Daniels [2 copies] -- Where was Moses when the light went out / words by Joe Goodwin and Edgar Leslie, music by Al Piantadosi [2 copies].
  • While the hunter's moon hangs low / words and music by Harry C. Armstrong -- While the rivers of love flow on / lyric by Geo. Graff Jr., music by Ernest R. Ball [3 copies] -- While they were dancing around / words by Joe MCCarthy, music by James V. Monaco [2 copies] -- While you think of mothe you'll never go wrong / words by Billy Lang, music by Dan J. Sullivan [2 copies] -- Who shall wear them you or I love? / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Paul Pratt -- Who will be with you when I'm far away / [by] William H. Farrell and Jimmy Durante [2 copies] -- Who's going to love you when I'm gone? / words by D.A. Esrom, music by Theodore Morse -- Who's the little girl? : from the musical "When dreams come true" / words by Philip Bartholomae, music by Silvio Hein -- Why did you leave me / words by al Dubin and Clarence Gaskill, music by Charles P. Shisler -- Why did you make me love you / words & musci by Raymond A. Browne -- Why don't they set him free? / words by Thos. J. Blue, music by Hary C. Loll -- Why don't you hug me, Bill? / words by Ed Vollmer, music by Jim Vollmer -- Why is the ocean so near the shore? (Why, why, why?) : from the play "When Claudia smiles" / words by Arthur Weinberg, music by Clarence Jones [2 copies] -- Why must we say goodbye / words by W.R. Williams, music by Jack Glogau -- Why should I pine for the world to be mine when you are the world to me / words by Andrew K. Allison, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Wicked little chichis : from the musical "The Purple Road" / words by Fred deGresac and William Cary Duncan, music by William Frederick Peters -- The widow fascinating : from the musical "The fascinating widow" / words by Julian Eltinge and Jack Mahoney, music by Percy Wenrich -- The widow's kiss : from the musical "When dreams come true" / words by Philip Bartholomae, music by Silvio Hein -- A wifie of your own : from the musical "Oh I say" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- Wild rose / words and music by W.M. Bower -- Will it all end in smoke? : from the musical "The doll girl" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome D. Kern -- With you / word by Wm. R. Clay, musicc by Chas. L. Johnson -- Within the law / words by Al Dubin, music by Clayt Coolidge -- The woman thou gavest me / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Wm. C. Powell -- Won't you be my bright eyed girlie? / words by Mamie Johnson Rhodes, music by Charles E. Coleman -- Won't you come and waltz with me : from the musical "The girl on the film" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Albert Sirmay -- Won't you love me : from the musical "The little Parisienne" / lyric by Wm. Le Baron, music by Robert Hood Bowers -- Won't you please have a heart / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Wooden shoes : from the motion picture "Sweethearts" / lyric by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest, music by Victor Herbert adapted by Herbert Stothart -- Workers of the world unite / words by Mark Swan, music by Edward Paulton -- The world is mine, while I have you / lyric by J.E. Dempsey, music by Johann C. Schmid -- A world wide Romeo : from the musical "The little Parisienne" / words by Harold R. Atteridge, music by Al. W. Brown -- Would you take me back again / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred Solman [4 copies] -- Would you think me as nice tomorrow night if you met someone nicer tonight / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Leo Edwards.
  • You and the moon and a ragtime tune / lyric by Wm. Vaughan Dunham, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- You are everything I want my girl to be / words by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Ernie Erdman -- You are just like the rose to me / words and music by Bobby Jones -- You are the one and only / words & music by Clare Kummer -- You broke my heart to pass the time away / words by Leo Wood, music by Joe Goodwin [2 copies] -- You can buy any thing but a father and mother / words and music by Louis Herscher -- You can't get away from it / words by Wm. Jerome and Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz [2 copies] -- You can't play every instrument in the band : from the musical "The sunshine girl" / words by Joseph Cawthorn, music by John L. Golden [4 copies] -- You can't stop me from loving you / lyric by [Alex] Gerber and [Stanley] Murphy, music by Henry I. Marshall -- Y-O-U dear (Y.O.U. dear) : from the musical "When dreams come true" / words by Philip Bartholomae, music by Silvio Hein -- You did (You know you did) / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Lewis F. Muir [2 copies] -- You know you won't / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Albert Gumble -- You little café, good-day : from the musical "The little café" / words by C.M.S. McLellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- You look just like your mother, Mary / words by Howard Wesley, music by Al. Piantadosi -- You made me love you (I didn't want to do it) / words by Joe McCarthy, music by James V. Monaco [4 copies] -- You made me love you (I didn't want to do it) : from the motion picture "Broadway melody of 1938" / words by Joe McCarthy, music by James V. Monaco -- You must love someone / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- You went away / words by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Charley Straight -- You were all I had / words and music by W.R. Williams -- You'll be welcome when you get back home / words & music by Harry Jentes -- You'll beg for more / words and music by Harry T. Delf -- You'll fall for someone / words by Robert S. Vaughan, music by Freddie Mead -- Your heart / lyric by Benjamin Blood, melody by De Koven Thompson -- Your mother is your best friend after all / words and music by Charles Coleman -- Your mother's gone away to join the army / words by Thomas J. Gray, music by Raymond Walker -- You're a dear sweet boy / lyrics by Will D. Cobb, music by Leo Edwards -- You're a great big blue eyed baby / words and music by A. Seymour Brown [19 copies] -- You're a regular girl / words by Lou Klein, music by James Kendis and Frank Stilwell [3 copies] -- You're just the girl I've pictured in my dreams / words by Haven Gillespie, music by Roy Steventon -- You're like the young apple blossom is to the old apple tree / words by Geo. A. Little, music by Earl K. Smith -- You're my boy : from the play "When Claudia smiles" / words by Marion Sunshine, music by Henry I. Marshall -- You're my girl / words and music by Bobby Heath [5 copies] -- You're never too old to love : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1913" / lyric by Alfred Bryan and Wm. Jerome, music by Albert Gumble -- You're so different from the rest / words by Cecil Mack, music by Wm. H. Farrell -- You're the girl that I've been longing for / lyric by J.R. Shannon, music by Chas. L. Johnson -- You're the haven of my heart / words by Orr O'Connor, music by Theodore Morse -- You're the most wonderful girl / words by Edgar Leslie and Grant Clarke, music by Maurice Abrahams [10 copies] -- You're the same old girl / words by Joe Young and Harry Williams, music by Bert Grant [2 copies] -- You're the sweetest rose that grows in old Killarney / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- You've got me thinking at last / lyric by Joe Burns and Murray Kissen, music by Otto Motzan [2 copies] -- You've got your mother's big blue eyes / words and music by Irving Berlin [7 copies] -- Zis for you, zat for you! / words by Andy Rice, music by Fred Fisher.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 55
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 55
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1913.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 55
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