Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1912-D Call again /
The million dollar ball /
Ragtime cowboy Joe /
Oh! you circus day /
Bump, bump, bump in your automobile /
Mandy's ragtime waltz /
Toboggan rag : two step /
That entertaining rag /
Roll them roly boly eyes /
Oh you chicken : novelty song /
Turkish towel rag : a rub-down /
With pleasure : dance hilarious /
Frankie and Johnny, or, You'll miss me in the days to come /
Floating down the river on the Alabam /
Ragging the baby to sleep /
That rag-time regimental band : song /
Fashion rag : a stylish two-step /
The entertainer's rag /
Everybody two-step /
Pucker up your lips, Miss Lindy /
Ragtime soldier man /
When Uncle Joe plays a rag on his old banjo /
Wibbeley wobbeley wee /
Alexander's bag-pipe band /
Darby and Joan : song /
When I was twenty one and you were sweet sixteen /
After all that I've been to you /
Cuddle up and cling to me /
Here comes the bride : the girl who stole my loving man away /
If every star was a little pickaninny /
The caterpillar crawl /
By the old cathedral door /
Butterflies = Schmetterlinge /
Climb a tree with me /
A little bit of everything /
I've got to have some lovin' now /
I'm going back to Dixie /
Come back to me my melody /
Moving picture rag /
My sweet Italian man /
On a good old time straw-ride /
Ragtime mocking bird /
When Johnson's quartet harmonize /
Lead me to that beautiful band /
The Marquard glide /
That aeroplane glide /
That military rag : a martial spasm /
That slippery slide trombone : song /
That trombone glide /
I'm afraid, pretty maid, I'm afraid /
Giannina mia /
Tennessee moon /
Please don't take my lovin' man away /
I'm a lonesome Romeo /
Parisienne : song /
I got you Steve /
I always knew the girl I'd love would be a girl like you /
He played it on his fid, fid, fiddle dee-dee /
Every nation has a flower /
Do you know a man named Donohue? /
Don't drop a quarter in the meter : I'd rather make love in the dark : song /
Don't leave your wife alone /
The elevator man : going up, going up, going up, going up /
Everybody loves a chicken /
Fallen leaves /
Down in my heart /
Aloha oe = Farewell to thee /
Antonio : you'd better come home /
Hitchy koo /
I'd like to make a date with you : (for to-morrow night) /
If all the girls I knew were like you /
Follow me around /
Do it again /
I'll be welcome in my home town : (good-bye to bright lights) /
I long for you to-night /
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee /
Here Comes My Daddy Now : Oh Pop - Oh Pop - Oh Pop /
Goody, goody, goody, goody, good /
Levee Lou /
The trolley car swing : song /
Those ragtime melodies /
The ragtime jockey man /
That syncopated boogie boo /
The wedding glide /
Kentucky days /
I'll sit right on the moon : and keep my eyes on you /
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MUSICPOP 1912-D Online Floating down the river on the Alabam
Frankie and Johnny, or, You'll miss me in the days to come
The entertainer's rag
That entertaining rag
Mandy's ragtime waltz
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MUSICPOP 1912-H Before that ragtime band goes home /
Swanee ripples : a rag novelette /
Slippery elm rag /
Ragtime cowboy Joe /
A bag of rags : two-step /
Ring tum diddie : a Boston rag /
Stewed chicken : rag /
Mandy's ragtime waltz /
Toboggan rag : two step /
That entertaining rag /
The Bohemia rag /
The funny bunny hug /
The educator rag : sensational song hit /
That lovable rag /
That left-hand rag /
That haunting rag-time strain /
That daffydil rag /
Caliope rag /
Canadian beauty : rag caprice /
Chills and fever : rag (two-step) /
Chimes : a novelty rag /
Fiddlesticks! /
Delirium tremens rag /
Hypnotic rag : two step /
That puzzlin' rag : (instrumental) /
Scott Joplin's new rag /
The Madagascar mangle : a rag two-step /
Midnight rag /
Mocking bird rag : two-step arrangement of the great novelty song /
That devilish glide rag : instrumental /
Turkish towel rag : a rub-down /
Rag-time Jim : a rag-time oddity /
Rig-jig rag : a slow drag /
Ripples rag /
Scarecrow rag /
Simplicity rag /
Speckled spider rag /
Swanee rag : two step /
That irresistible rag /
That stop time rag : instrumental /
That universal rag /
The turkey trot : rag two-step /
Society rag /
Sour grapes : a rag /
That American rag /
Piccalilli rag : two-step /
The bacchanal rag /
The boogie man rag /
The Brighton Beach rag /
Every-lover's rag /
The burglar rag /
Ragging the baby to sleep /
Mocking bird rag /
Mr. ragtime whippoorwill /
Rag, rag, rag /
That briny dip : a nautical rag song /
That dramatic rag /
That ev'ry little movement rag /
That raggedy rag /
The Dockstader rag : instrumental /
Doll rags /
Hen cackle rag : a barnyard disturbance /
Knockout drops rag /
That banjo rag : song /
That puzzlin' rag /
That good old rag : as played by brother Bill and sister Lill, and Paw, and Maw, and me /
That devilish glide : rag /
That rag-time regimental band : song /
That subway rag /
That operatic rag /
Rag time dancing man /
Fashion rag : a stylish two-step /
The entertainer's rag /
The Lonergan rag /
Black diamond rag /
Hear that orchestra rag /
He's coming home on the 8 o'clock train /
He's the world's best music man /
How do you do, Miss Ragtime : as introduced in the great Winter Garden success "Whirl of society" /
The hold up rag /
That demon rag /
That dixie dip rag : two-step song /
That Dixie rag /
That eccentric rag /
Ham-bones : an easy picked rag /
Raggin' the old Virginia reel : novelty rag /
Variety rag /
Whipped cream : rag /
The winter garden rag /
Ragtime soldier man /
The rag pickin' man /
The ragtime band down in Harmony Hall /
The ragtime boarding house /
Ragtime eyes /
The ragtime germ of love /
The Saint Vitus rag : song /
The Swanee River bend /
Ragtime Nick /
The ragtime sailor's rag /
When Uncle Joe plays a rag on his old banjo /
Gigglin' rag /
Happy feeling rag /
Louie take me to the Frisco fair /
In Frisco for the fair /
Red onion rag /
Tokio rag /
Chewin' the rag : another big hit /
Aeroplane rag /
Nonette rag /
Jamaica jinjer : a hot rag /
Jaxon rag /
Those ragtime melodies /
The chop-stick rag /
Popular rag /
Clover blossoms rag /
Come on and rag with me : song /
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MUSICPOP 1912-H Online The burglar rag
The hold up rag
Before that ragtime band goes home
The Bohemia rag
The Brighton Beach rag
Hear that orchestra rag
He's coming home on the 8 o'clock train
Aeroplane rag
The bacchanal rag
Every-lover's rag
How do you do, Miss Ragtime as introduced in the great Winter Garden success "Whirl of society" /
The educator rag sensational song hit /
A bag of rags two-step /
Come on and rag with me song /
The boogie man rag
Nonette rag
Chills and fever rag (two-step) /
Fiddlesticks!
The Dockstader rag instrumental /
Doll rags
Gigglin' rag
Black diamond rag
Caliope rag
Canadian beauty rag caprice /
He's the world's best music man
Ham-bones an easy picked rag /
Happy feeling rag
Delirium tremens rag
Chewin' the rag another big hit /
Chimes a novelty rag /
Clover blossoms rag
In Frisco for the fair
Louie take me to the Frisco fair
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MUSICPOP 1912-K I'm the lonesomest gal in town /
Ragtime soldier man /
My Sumurun girl /
Keep away from the fellow who owns an automobile /
I'll sit right on the moon : and keep my eyes on you /
Kiss your honey bunch good night! /
Teach me that beautiful love /
When I carried your books home from school /
In twilight town /
Take me to the cabaret.
That mellow melody.
Oh! you little bear /
Melody chimes /
I would like to try it : (but I'm just a bit afraid) /
If a rooster can love so many little chickens, can't a man love more than one /
You're my baby /
The burglar rag /
Mocking bird rag /
Those ragtime melodies /
The entertainer's rag /
Fashion rag : a stylish two-step /
Everybody two-step /
How do you do, Miss Ragtime : as introduced in the great Winter Garden success "Whirl of society" /
The hold up rag /
In the cool of the evening : when de lovin' am good : song /
And the world's all wrong again.
Ghost of the violin.
Love's dreamy strain.
My garden of Allah for two.
When the twilight comes to kiss the rose "good night"
May with life and music.
Story the night-wind told.
Wonderful garden of dreams.
Would you, sweetheart, would you /
I've got a friend /
Every day in the year /
How could I know that you loved me /
How would you like to be loved? /
I'll do that little thing for you /
Mister Pagliatch /
I know what you're doing /
If all the girls in all this world were just as nice as you /
Only a bunch of violets /
Good bye Sal : march song /
Luella Lee /
That mello-cello melody /
Come and kiss your little baby /
Oh, you dusky belle : novelty song /
That's how I lost him : novely waltz song /
I'd like to live in Paris all the time /
I'm going back to old Missouri : (the houn' dawg trot) /
Hello, hello, New York town /
Floating down the river on the Alabam /
On the honeymoon express /
Take me back to dreamland : take me back with you /
Lead me to that beautiful band /
Hurrah for San Francisco! /
Please don't take my lovin' man away /
Frisco Dan : song /
Mine.
Everybody loves a chicken /
At the devil's ball /
Oh you beauty /
Castellano : spanish serenade /
Daddy : a raggy song /
Dancing Dan the ragtime battling man /
A castle in the air : song /
Since Bridget's learned the Texas Tommy dance /
Oh! what a beautiful dream : (you seem) /
I'm saving my kisses for someone /
I long for you to-night /
It can't be done /
Italy /
Just an old sweetheart of mine /
When I dream in dreamy dreamland /
I'm crazy for love /
I'll come back to you, my Honolulu, Lou /
The ghost of the goblin man /
Don't worry about that bald spot /
Dolly Deane : popular march song and chorus /
Now, I have to call him father /
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee /
Take your image from my heart /
Here Comes My Daddy Now : Oh Pop - Oh Pop - Oh Pop /
I want to be in Dixie /
I'd do as much for you /
It's a long, long way to Tipperary /
Last night was the end of the world /
Way down South /
Down the lane that leads to drowsy-land /
You keep your eye on me and I'll keep my eye on you.
I've got the finest man.
On the Mississippi.
Rachel Rubinstein's rag /
The ragtime jockey man /
The chop-stick rag /
I'ts the girl behind the man /
When that midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam'
Take me to that Swanee Shore.
Take a little tip from father.
Lolita : vals : op. 109 /
I was never meant for you.
That society bear /
Why did you make me care?
Teasing moon.
Drifting.
I wish that I was back in old Killarney!
Little girl at home.
Grandmother's album.
My Georgiana Lou.
One sweet song of love.
Tell me that your love is true.
All I can say is "I love you."
Amarella.
I'm going back to Kentucky Sue.
Spring's a lovable ladye.
Come along to honeymoon land.
Land of golden dreams.
My little Persian rose.
When you're married /
They gotta quit kickin' my dawg aroun' /
After vespers : a twilight meditation /
I was never meant for you /
Daddy did a wonderful thing /
String a ring of roses round your Rosie /
I'm going to take the first train : (back to see my folks in sunny Tennessee) /
Not 'till then will I cease to love you /
Somebody else is gettin' it /
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MUSICPOP 1912-K Online Fashion rag a stylish two-step /
I'm the lonesomest gal in town
The entertainer's rag
If a rooster can love so many little chickens, can't a man love more than one
In the cool of the evening when de lovin' am good : song /
The chop-stick rag
At the devil's ball
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MUSICPOP 1912-SM The lake /
Oh! you circus day /
I've been roaming /
When we haven't said our prayers : musical recitation /
From the land of the sky-blue water : op. 45, no. 1 /
The sweet o' the year /
That's how I need you /
All night long /
I want a little lovin', sometimes : song /
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MUSICPOP 1912-SM Online When we haven't said our prayers musical recitation /
I want a little lovin', sometimes song /
I've been roaming
The lake
The sweet o' the year
From the land of the sky-blue water op. 45, no. 1 /
All night long
Oh! you circus day
That's how I need you
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MUSICPOP 1912 Online Goody, goody, goody, goody, good
Here Comes My Daddy Now Oh Pop - Oh Pop - Oh Pop /
Ragtime cowboy Joe
Everybody two-step
Back to dear old Denver town
Roo-ti-toot on your ragtime flute
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MUSICPOP 1913 In my harem / 1
MUSICPOP 1913 Spring's awakening.
Any time.
Kiss me I've never been kissed before.
My sweet derry rose.
My skylark love.
Owl.
I hear a thrush at eve : serenade /
Down in Arkansaw.
Goodbye summer! so long fall!
Friend o'mine.
Hark! hark! the lark.
Blind ploughman.
Green branches.
Across the Mason-Dixon line.
Jeannette and her little wooden shoes.
Since you went away.
Marcheta.
The rose that grows in dreamland just for you /
Walla walla walla.
All aboard for Dixie Land /
Colorado the golden /
Denver town : home of hospitality /
Good old Denver town /
Das Denver Bundes-Turnfest : offizielles Festlied : 1913 /
In the valley of the moon /
At the devil's ball /
Garden of lilies : waltzes /
I hear a thrush at eve.
California sunshine : rag intermezzo /
Sweethearts : waltz song from the comic opera "Sweethearts" /
That tinkling tango tune : song /
Great big baked potato : served by the Northern Pacific Railway Dining Car Department /
In apple blossom time : down on the farm /
You're my girl /
Somebody's coming to my house /
The flower garden ball.
I'm goin' back, back, back to Memphis, Tennessee /
He'd have to get under - get out and get under : (to fix up his automobile) /
Lovin' child /
Aloha oe = Farewell to thee /
The curse of an aching heart /
Aloha oe (farewell to thee)
Danny boy /
Melinda's wedding day /
I'm on my way to Mandalay /
God remembers when the world forgets /
Ballin' the jack /
The bubble : from the musical farce High jinks /
Dreaming.
I heard "The Holy City"
Mother!
Floating down the river : ('cause it's moonlight now in Dixieland) /
I'm coming back to Dixie and you.
I'm crying just for you.
I'm going back to Carolina /
In my harem /
That international rag /
Morning wind.
Isle d'amour.
Love me while the loving is good /
Cradle song.
Wi-um.
O what is man.
Sunshine and roses.
To have, to hold, to love.
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral.
What d'ye mean you lost yer dog.
Where did you get that girl.
You made me love you : I didn't want to do it.
You'll be welcome when you get back home.
Always take a girl named Daisy : 'cause daisies won't tell /
As the years roll by.
Blue are her eyes.
Chic-ka-saw /
Gee! I wish I was big.
Heart of her.
Dream days.
Don't tell me in the morning what I did the night before.
Donna e mobile.
Ever at rest.
Every lover must meet his fate.
I never heard of anybody dying from a kiss (did you?)
I told you not to do it.
My lady rose.
My task.
Nights of gladness.
Pluck this little flower.
I'm in love with the mother of my best girl.
I've got everything I want but you.
In the heart of the city that has no heart.
Pretty as a picture.
Sailing down the Chesapeake Bay.
Isch ga-bibble.
Lord is my light.
It takes a little rain with the sunshine to make the world go round.
Roses in my garden.
O that it were so.
Somebody loves you.
Song of the heart.
South Dakota is the sunshine state.
Suppose I met you face to face.
Trail of the lonesome pine.
Where is the love of yesterday.
While they were dancing around.
Why did you make me love you?
Shadow time.
Shipmates o' mine.
Tears and smiles.
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace.
T's nice to get up in the.
Sing me the rosary.
There's a girl in the heart of Maryland : with a heart that belongs to me.
Wake up!
When my ships come sailing home.
You're a great big blue eyed baby /
Snookey ookums /
When dreams come true.
In my Garden of Eden for two.
'Cross the Mason-Dixon line : song /
Tampa Bay.
Fool there was.
You broke my heart, to pass the time away.
For the sake of a wife and home.
Quest.
San Francisco Sue.
Thy mouth is a rose.
If you only knew what I know says the moon.
Ain't you coming back to old Virginia?
You went away.
Tug boat Joe.
Oh! you lovable chile.
Sweetest little sweetheart of them all.
Silver threads among the gold.
Memphis blues.
I love you in a million different ways.
It's nice to get up in the mornin' : but it's nicer to lie in bed /
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MUSICPOP 1913-CP Since you went away / 1
MUSICPOP 1913-CP Online Since you went away 1
MUSICPOP 1913-D That baseball rag /
I hear a thrush at eve : serenade /
Adam and Eve had a wonderful time /
In my Mercer racing car /
Down by the silvery Rio Grande /
Do you wonder why men leave home /
He's on a boat that sailed last Wednesday : he's coming home /
I don't want to : (oh, come on) : song /
In the valley of the moon /
Happy little country girl /
The ragtime dream /
Welcome home /
At the devil's ball /
Roll on, Missouri /
Please, Miss Central, find my mamma /
Within the law : novelty song /
If they don't stop making them so beautiful /
If I had my way : (ballad) /
Daisies will tell you so : waltz song /
Don't you wish you were back home again? /
Down in Chattanooga /
Way back home /
If you don't want me : why do you hang around /
The cricket on the hearth : from the comic opera "Sweethearts" /
He's so good to me /
Bobbin' up and down /
And then /
The apple tree and the bumble bee /
I have you : song /
San Francisco bound /
Underneath the cotton moon /
I'm all dressed up and no place to go /
On the honeymoon express /
I love her : oh! oh! oh! /
Mammy Jinny's jubilee : shake yo' feet /
Come and kiss your little baby /
Come dance with me /
Kiss me good-night! : out the window you must go /
The old maids ball /
Tra-la, la, la! /
That ragtime suffragette /
There's a girl in Arizona /
There's a wireless station down in my heart /
You're my girl /
You're the most wonderful girl /
I wonder where my easy rider's gone /
Low bridge, everybody down, or, Fifteen years on the Erie Canal /
My raggyadore /
On the old front porch /
Somebody's coming to my house /
Floreine : waltz song : an adaptation of the famous "Floreine" syncopated waltz /
Ha-za-zaa /
Ev'rybody's doing it at the seaside : novelty song /
Fifty times a day /
Down home rag /
I miss you most of all /
High jinks /
He'd have to get under - get out and get under : (to fix up his automobile) /
Anna Liza's wedding day /
Honeymoon lane /
Holy night, peaceful night = Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht : Christmas song /
How the money rolls in /
I'll change the shadows to sunshine : ballad /
The curse of an aching heart /
Melinda's wedding day /
Floating down the river : ('cause it's moonlight now in Dixieland) /
In my harem /
Under the midnight moon /
That international rag /
Always take a girl named Daisy : 'cause daisies won't tell /
I'll get you : song /
Snookey ookums /
'Cross the Mason-Dixon line : song /
Cross the Great Divide : I'll wait for you /
Flow along River Tennessee : to the home of the girl I love : song /
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MUSICPOP 1913-D Online Happy little country girl
Adam and Eve had a wonderful time
There's a girl in Arizona
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MUSICPOP 1913-H Scramble rag : companion piece to Hard boiled /
I'm San Francisco bound /
Can she rag! /
Cabaret rag /
Dixie days : novelty march song /
The Eskimo rag : song /
California sunshine : trot and rag intermezzo : as featured by Leon Van Dell and Miss Margret Mudge, late of the London Opera House, London, and the Cicel, Paris /
Contagious rag /
Crazy bone rag /
Dynamite : (a noisy rag) /
Tickle the ivories : rag /
Pennant rag : characteristic two-step /
Homespun rag /
Old folks at home. My old Kentucky home : (rag-time arrangement) /
Pork and beans : one step, two step, trot /
Anti rag-time girl : song /
Pastime rag. a slow drag /
Rag, baby mine : piano solo /
Rag de luxe /
Rag-a-muffin : rag and two step /
The squirrel rag : (slow rag) /
The stop rag : a Southern buck dance /
Tantalizing tingles /
Movie rag : novelty two step /
Notoriety : one step /
Notoriety : rag two-step /
Old Swanee rag : (descriptive) /
Piano rag /
Powder rag /
Banana peel : rag /
Billikin rag /
Everything is ragtime now : novelty song /
In the golden West /
A modern rag : song /
That raggy rag-time band : song /
That devil rag : song /
Bunny-boy : a ragtime conceit /
Butcher rag /
Eatin'-time rag : piano /
Elephant rag : piano solo /
The Dixie rag : two step /
Domino rag /
Gasoline rag : march and two-step /
Get this : (slow drag) /
Hungarian rag /
Jolly jingles rag /
Ragtime in the air /
That whistling rag : one-step /
The ragtime dream /
That moaning saxophone rag /
Let's dance : a rag turkey trot /
The aeroplane : rag and two-step /
The baboon bounce : a rag-step intermezzo /
I want a ragtime bungalow /
I'm crazy 'bout a ragtime minstrel band /
The junk man rag : song : novel one step for piano /
Snappy rag /
Tango rag /
Ten penny rag : a driving hit /
Happy rag /
Queen Titania's ragtime ball /
Weaving around : rag /
Wiggle-wag : ragtime waltz /
That sentimental rag /
You've got the rag-i-ri-tis /
The red bandanna rag /
Rag-time wedding bells /
You & the moon & a ragtime tune /
Gobbler's gambol : the new turkey trot - one step /
Good gravy rag /
That frisky Frisco town /
That '15 'Frisco Fair /
San Francisco bound /
The pony express /
Meet me at dear Venice /
Checkers : rag, blues or fox trot /
Rag /
Kismet rag /
Moonlight rag /
That international rag /
Rizzy Boo /
That tom boy rag : a nifty song with a catchy two step melody /
Deiro rag /
That pipe organ rag /
Mississippi rag /
It's you nobody but you /
That international rag : march and twostep /
The Huron glide /
Olga : Russian rag /
That dawggone rag /
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MUSICPOP 1913-H Online Bunny-boy a ragtime conceit /
Crazy bone rag
That frisky Frisco town
Cabaret rag
Everything is ragtime now novelty song /
The aeroplane rag and two-step /
The baboon bounce a rag-step intermezzo /
I'm crazy 'bout a ragtime minstrel band
It's you nobody but you
I want a ragtime bungalow
The junk man rag song : novel one step for piano /
Dixie days novelty march song /
The Eskimo rag song /
That international rag march and twostep /
Banana peel rag /
Anti rag-time girl song /
Can she rag!
The Dixie rag two step /
Domino rag
Rag
Elephant rag piano solo /
Eatin'-time rag piano /
Billikin rag
California sunshine trot and rag intermezzo : as featured by Leon Van Dell and Miss Margret Mudge, late of the London Opera House, London, and the Cicel, Paris /
The pony express
Get this (slow drag) /
Gobbler's gambol the new turkey trot - one step /
Good gravy rag
Happy rag
Contagious rag
In the golden West
San Francisco bound
That '15 'Frisco Fair
Meet me at dear Venice
Gasoline rag march and two-step /
Butcher rag
Dynamite (a noisy rag) /
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MUSICPOP 1913-K Won't you please have a heart /
On the old front porch /
Those Dixie eyes of Southern gray /
Take me back /
There's a wireless station down in my heart /
On the old Fall River line /
No one else can take your place /
My chain of memories /
Would you take me back again? /
Please don't love anybody else but me /
The red bandanna rag /
Let's all go around to Mary Ann's /
Low bridge, everybody down, or, Fifteen years on the Erie Canal /
I wonder where my easy rider's gone /
I'm San Francisco bound /
Tickle the ivories : rag /
Have a heart /
'Cross the Mason-Dixon line /
In the springtime : a taking song /
In the golden West /
The phonograph rag /
Back to Alabam rag song /
Let's dance : a rag turkey trot /
The concert in the sky /
Keep your golden gate wide open : song /
My orchard is short of a peach /
My hidden treasure /
In love's garden, just you and I /
In memory land with you /
I'm always the same old girl /
The spell of love : waltz song /
I'm on the jury /
I've got a smile that's worth a million dollars /
If he looks good to mother, don't look for another : (plant yourself into his heart) /
Underneath the cotton moon /
That tinkling tango tune : song /
Good bye, all : (I'll soon be back among the old folks) : march ballad /
You're the most wonderful girl /
Checkers : rag, blues or fox trot /
Down home rag /
By the Rio Grande : a Mexican serenade : song /
High jinks /
Yoo-hoo! that's me /
I love her : oh! oh! oh! /
There is nothing dear I wouldn't do for you /
I wish that you belonged to me /
I want to go to the ball game /
I gave you a rose by the river of dreams /
I have you /
Just you /
I wish that you belonged to me : novelty song /
Fifty times a day /
If you only knew what I know says the moon /
In the valley of broken hearts / words by Ed Rose ; music by Leo Friedman.
The rose of my dreams /
The curse of an aching heart /
Send back that man who can love /
Madrid : a Spanish intermezzo /
The Parisian ball /
Valse de concert : for piano : op. 3 /
The dreamy glide /
Melinda's wedding day /
Sing rock-a-by baby to me /
Ballin' the jack /
Floating down the river : ('cause it's moonlight now in Dixieland) /
I'm coming back to Dixie and you.
I'm going back to Carolina /
In my harem /
That international rag /
Sunshine and roses.
I never heard of anybody dying from a kiss (did you?)
It takes a little rain with the sunshine to make the world go round.
Now is the hour : Maori farewell song.
Rizzy Boo /
Honey bell /
Harmony Joe /
Shadow-time /
Back to Alabam : rag song /
There's a girl in the heart of Maryland : with a heart that belongs to me.
You're a great big blue eyed baby /
Farewell to the dear old regiment : patriotic march /
Anti rag-time girl : song /
I'll get you : song /
Snookey ookums /
Awake! love will not sing again.
Childhood, golden days of childhood.
Colinette.
Good-bye boys /
Life's Eden rose.
Night has a thousand eyes.
Somebody's dear eyes.
Such a li'l' fellow.
While the rivers of love flow on.
Queen of my dreams, good night, good night.
Come along to the masquerade.
Maori : a Samoan song /
Deiro rag /
It's nice to get up in the mornin' : but it's nicer to lie in bed /
The pullman porters on parade /
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MUSICPOP 1913-K Online Harmony Joe
Down home rag
I'm San Francisco bound
I wonder where my easy rider's gone
Deiro rag
I'll get you song /
Back to Alabam rag song /
Anti rag-time girl song /
Keep your golden gate wide open song /
Good-bye boys
Checkers rag, blues or fox trot /
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MUSICPOP 1913-SM I hear a thrush at eve : serenade /
The greatest wish in the world /
Sweet Mary mine : ballad /
The girl I loved in auld lang syne /
Green branches /
A song of joy /
I'm San Francisco bound /
Sing to me, sing : song with piano accompaniment : op. 28 /
Blossom-time /
She is a winsome wee thing /
An April message /
Love of an hour /
They're like a cloud of butterflies /
Saw ye my Saviour /
The little old fashioned girl /
There's a long, long trail /
Blue are her eyes /
The curse of an aching heart /
I'm on my way to Mandalay /
You're a great big blue eyed baby /
Snookey ookums /
Cross the Great Divide : I'll wait for you /
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