Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1916-CP Sing me a song of Ireland : (a song of home) ; greatest of Irish ballads /
Tomorrow land /
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MUSICPOP 1916-CP Online Sing me a song of Ireland (a song of home) ; greatest of Irish ballads /
Tomorrow land
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MUSICPOP 1916-D On the Dixie highway : two-step--one-step /
Li'l Liza Jane : Southern dialect song /
Just because she comes from a one-horse town : that's no sign she's a one-horse girl /
Everything in America is ragtime /
He's getting too darn big for a small town /
Stop! look! listen! /
Take off a little bit /
How's ev'ry little thing in Dixie : song /
Ah Marie, ah Marie : Maria Mari /
Oh I want to be good but my eyes won't let me : song /
If you had all the world and its gold /
If you love your girl in the summertime : (you can love her any time at all) /
If you were the op'ning rose : song /
Naughty! Naughty! Naughty /
I left her on the beach at Honolulu /
If I knock the "l" out of Kelly : it would still be Kelly to me /
The cobbler's song /
All I want is a cottage, some roses, and you /
Down in honky tonky town /
Do what your mother did : I'll do the same as your dad /
My dreamy China lady : song /
Cumberland /
Can't yo' heah me callin' : Caroline /
Alice in Wonderland /
I've got 'em! : there ain't nothin' to that /
Our gallant soldier boys /
Blue bird /
Imi au ia oe : ma na paia aala o puna : king's serenade /
And father wanted me to learn a trade /
Any old name is a wonderful name : (if it labels a wonderful girl) /
What do you want to make those eyes at me for? /
I'm afraid of the beautiful girls /
Pray for the lights to go out : a negro shouting song : that new "Ballin the Jack" song /
In Florida among the palms /
I'm down in Honolulu : looking them over /
I'm gonna make hay while the sun shines in Virginia /
Since Sarah saw Theda Bara /
I'm going back to California : that's where I belong /
I wasn't born to be lonesome /
Arrah go on, I'm gonna go back to Oregon /
Down Honolulu way : song /
Come back : (let's be sweethearts once more) /
Come back to Arizona : song /
Come on and baby me /
The chicken walk /
I've got a sweet tooth bothering me : pull it out, pull it out, pull it out /
When I'm out with you /
The letter that never reached home /
That funny jas band from Dixieland : song /
Be a mason : (take it by degrees) /
And they called it Dixieland : song /
Way down in Iowa I'm going to hide away /
Where did Robinson Crusoe go with Friday on Saturday night? /
You can't get along with 'em or without 'em : You've got to have 'em, that's all! /
My own Iona : Moi-oné-Ionae : Hawaii's favorite love song /
Oh! How she could yacki hacki wicki wacki woo : that's love in Honolu /
On the shore of Samoa : song /
Sweet cider time, when you were mine! /
Florabella /
I can dance with everybody but by wife /
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you : is all that I can say /
Don't write me letters : (but come right back to me) /
Eat and grow thin /
Any time's kissing time /
For every girl who is anyone's girl : there is always somebody to blame /
The friar's parade /
Some girls do and some girls don't /
The Honolulu hicki boola boo /
Hurry back to my bamboo shack /
Doreen : my Kilkenny rose /
I love to be a sailor /
From the land of the sky-blue water : Op. 45, no.1 : four American Indian songs : founded upon a tribal melody / poem by Nelle Richmond Eberhart ; music by Charles Wakefield Cadman.
How could Washington be a married man : and never, never tell a lie? /
I lost my heart in Honolulu /
Fancy you fancying me /
Your wife /
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MUSICPOP 1916-D Online Everything in America is ragtime
He's getting too darn big for a small town
Fancy you fancying me
I lost my heart in Honolulu
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MUSICPOP 1916-H Cactus rag /
Chromatic rag /
Hot hands : a raggy fox trot /
Intermission rag /
Honey moon rag /
Zu-zu rag : a snappy rag full of ginger /
Mattie's rags : some raggy rag /
The meadow lark rag /
Moonshine rag /
Patricia rag /
Shamrock rag /
The top liner rag /
Some blues for you all : a southern rag one-step /
Spring time rag /
Teasing the cat : rag or fox trot /
Nice and easy : rag fox trot /
Olga : humoresque rag /
Border blues : rag /
Bantam step /
Blue goose rag /
Come on down to rag-time town /
Boomerang rag /
American jubilee : patriotic rag, fox trot /
Bugle call rag : fox trot /
El maté doncella : the tingling tang that tones /
The baked bean rag /
Then you're dancing an American rag /
The two-key rag : song /
Gun-cotton rag /
Happy-go-lucky : one-step or two-step /
I'm going back to Texas and the silvery Rio Grande /
So I left that girl behind me to answer the call /
I'm coming back to California : that's where I belong /
I'm going back to California : that's where I belong /
The Alfredo rag /
An operatic nightmare : fox trot, a rag classic /
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MUSICPOP 1916-H Online The Alfredo rag
American jubilee patriotic rag, fox trot /
Border blues rag /
Zu-zu rag a snappy rag full of ginger /
Bantam step
Come on down to rag-time town
Cactus rag
Blue goose rag
Boomerang rag
Bugle call rag fox trot /
Mattie's rags some raggy rag /
I'm going back to Texas and the silvery Rio Grande
Gun-cotton rag
Chromatic rag
So I left that girl behind me to answer the call
I'm coming back to California that's where I belong /
Happy-go-lucky one-step or two-step /
El maté doncella the tingling tang that tones /
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MUSICPOP 1916-K I was never nearer heaven in my life /
You may hold a million girlies in your arms : but there's only room for one down in your heart /
Joy man blues /
Pussyfoot prance /
Peggy Malone /
A picture of dear old Ireland /
When Helen casts her ballot /
A little bit o' lovin' : makes the world worth while /
I'm going back to my home town /
Ragtime jingles : a rag /
Then you're dancing an American rag /
I lost my heart in Honolulu /
When I found the way to your heart /
Are you half the man your mother thought you'd be?
I'll be with you when it's daisy time.
That girl of mine.
Out of his heart.
Secret of home sweet home.
The stormy sea of love /
All I want is a cottage, some roses, and you /
Pretty baby : song /
Keep your eye on the girlie you love /
The girl you can't forget /
The story of a soul /
Nay, nay, Pauline : song /
I know I got more that my share /
My grandfather's girl : she was a grand old girl /
My Waikiki ukulele girl : Hawaiian fox trot song /
Oh! God! Let my dream come true! /
Just a word of sympathy : song /
In Florida among the palms /
Golden hours.
I'm going back to California : that's where I belong /
Crossing the bar.
Germany, oh Germany, why don't you set old Ireland free? : an antidote for the blues /
My own Iona : Moi-oné-Ionae : Hawaii's favorite love song /
Everybody loves an Irish song /
My sweet Moana /
My wonderful love for thee /
When I look back and think of you /
Wave on, wave on in peace, star spangled banner : concert number /
On the road to paradise /
No one but your dear old dad : song /
My dear old home in Honolulu /
When I get back to Memphis, Tennessee /
Sierra Sue /
Sorter miss you : song with violin and 'cello obligato /
Samoa : (some more) /
By the clear lakes of Killarney : (a volunteer's farewell to his colleen) /
On the same old road /
We'll be ready whenever you call /
Prepare /
Gila, galah, galoo /
The eyes of heaven : my mother's star /
Ireland be brave, I'm thine /
Just a kiss /
Ireland, the footstool of God /
Shim-me-sha-wabble /
Voices of spring = Frühlingsstimmen : valse, op. 410 /
Valse innocence /
Dublin Mary Brown /
Sweet brown maid of Kaimuki /
Sweet Rose from the valley of dreams /
Yaaka hula hickey dula : Hawaiian love song /
When the sun goes down in Romany.
My Argentina queen.
On the Hoko Moko Isle.
Ireland must be heaven, for my mother came from there.
Mammy's little coal black rose.
There's a Quaker down in Quaker Town.
Evening brings rest and you.
My Hawaiian sunshine.
Sorter miss you.
I gave my heart and hand to someone in Dixieland /
Suzanne /
My Kandy girl in old Ceylon /
Your wife /
All hail, America /
Canary cottage /
My honey Lu.
My rosary for you.
For Dixie and Uncle Sam.
She is the sunshine of Virginia.
No voice but yours.
Twas only an Irishman's dream.
At the end of a beautiful day.
Baby shoes.
Songs of yesterday.
Do you sometimes think of me.
Memories of you in dear Hawaii.
Hello my sweetheart.
I sent my wife to the thousand isles.
My pearl of Honolulu.
Sail on to Ceylon.
Gay daffodil.
Li'l Liza Jane.
I've a shooting-box in Scotland.
In the purple twilight.
Underneath the Tennessee moon /
I learn'd to love you in dreamland : song /
By the sad Luana shore.
To any girl /
I'll wed the girl I left behind /
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MUSICPOP 1916-K Online I'm going back to my home town
I lost my heart in Honolulu
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MUSICPOP 1916-SM Deep river : American negro melody : Negro spiritual : op. 19, no. 1 /
Bon jour, ma belle! : song /
Love went a-riding /
The bluebird /
Why? /
The little red rocking chair /
The canoe /
The last farewell : waltz /
The ideal /
The wind's tales /
Counting daisy petals /
Be good to California, Mr. Wilson : (California was good to you) /
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MUSICPOP 1916-SM Online Love went a-riding
Bon jour, ma belle! song /
Deep river American negro melody : Negro spiritual : op. 19, no. 1 /
The ideal
The wind's tales
The bluebird
Why?
The canoe
The little red rocking chair
Counting daisy petals
Be good to California, Mr. Wilson (California was good to you) /
The last farewell waltz /
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MUSICPOP 1916 Online Colorado my own
The skies are blue in Colorado march song and chorus /
The skies are blue in Colorado march chorus for mixed or male voices /
I'm going back to California that's where I belong /
Down Honolulu way song /
Arrah go on, I'm gonna go back to Oregon
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MUSICPOP 1917 Homing.
Deep river : song : old Negro melody /
Deep river : old negro melody /
Repent ye.
Sailin' away on the Henry Clay.
Scouting in the U.S.A.
Sailor's wife.
Slumber song.
So long, mother.
Song of the Palanquin bearers.
Stand up for the soldier boy.
Au revoir, but not good bye.
Daddy found you down beside the garden wall.
I hear my country calling.
Since they're playin' Hawaiian tunes in Dixie.
Long boy.
Patriot.
Under the greenwood tree.
When the great red dawn is shining.
When the Yanks come marching home.
Wonderful girl, good-night!
Why don't you try to love me.
Tishomingo blues.
We don't know where we're goin.
Wild Irish Rose that God gave me.
Come up, come in with streamer.
God be with our boys to-night.
Come to the fair.
Hello, aloha, hello.
America today.
Keep your eye on little Mary Brown.
Liberty anthem.
Loyalty is the word today.
Ma little banjo.
Last long mile.
Love like the dawn came stealing.
Meet me at the station dear.
Sweetheart (see will you remember.
There's someone waiting for me.
Trust ye in the Lord.
My sweetie /
Over there /
The darktown strutter's ball /
Huckleberry Finn /
He's just like you : I'm glad he's a baby of mine /
Babillarde.
Sweet Emalina, my gal.
My rainbow girl.
Siren's song.
Give a man a horse he can ride.
Lassie o' mine.
Little mother of mine.
Cleopatra had a jazz band /
Come unto him.
All the world will be jealous of me : ballad /
After the war is over /
When the girl you love lives in California /
The wild, wild women : are making a wild man of me /
Ain't you coming back to Dixieland : song /
When those sweet Hawaiian babies roll their eyes.
Colorado gem state /
I'm all bound 'round with the Mason Dixon Line /
Come out of the kitchen Mary Ann /
Gesù bambino = The infant Jesus /
I'll take you back to Italy /
Oh promise me.
One, two, three, four /
Along the way to Waikiki : song /
The bravest heart of all : song /
Bring back my Daddy to me /
Dreamy moon.
Let's help the red cross now.
My soldier.
For the freedom of the world.
Broken pinion.
Hawaiian butterfly /
Hawaiian dreams /
Honey, if yo' only knew : song /
I passed by your window.
I'm going to follow the boys : novelty song /
If you look in her eyes /
Joan of Arc : (they are calling you) /
Will you remember : (Sweetheart) duet /
Are you from heaven?
Just you.
America, here's my boy.
There are fairies at the bottom of our garden.
Old fashioned rose, my mother.
Roadways.
Song of the islands.
To Helen.
What kind of American are you.
When you came in dreams last night.
Where do we go from here?
Where the Black-eyed Susans grow.
You're some pretty doll.
Charming Chloe.
Chimes of Normandy.
Ching chong.
For me and my gal.
From me to Mandy Lee.
Ghost of the saxophone.
Give me all of you.
Give me the right to love you all the while.
Glorious souse song.
Good-bye Broadway, hello France /
God bring you safely to our arms again.
Good man is hard to find.
The bells of St. Mary's.
Come ye blessed /
Come, ye blessed /
Cross my heart.
The darktown strutters' ball /
Dixie volunteers.
Do not go my love.
I dunno!
It's a short way thro' mother's doorway : but it's a long way back to mother's knee.
Leave it to Jane.
Just as your mother was.
Little brown owl.
Mother, my dear.
My rose of Palestine.
My sweet Egyptian rose.
Road to the isles.
I'm old enough for a little lovin' : mama told me so last night.
In our little home, sweet home.
Indiana.
Kuu loke ula ula.
It came upon the midnight clear.
It's time for every boy to be a soldier.
Keep the love-light burning in the window : 'till the boys come marching home.
Oh, you wonderful girls!
Oh Johnny, oh Johnny, oh!
Oh! my Minnesota.
Precious blood.
Say a prayer for the boys out there.
Send me away with a smile.
I'll keep her memory.
Little sir echo.
Liberty bell.
Love's in my heart.
Rheumatiz.
'Round her neck she wears a yeller ribbon : for her lover who is far far away.
Blue rose.
Down south everybody's happy.
God smiled upon the desert.
They go wild, simply wild, over me.
It takes a tall brown-skin gal to make a preacher lay his bible down.
It's a long way to Berlin.
It's a long way to the U.S.A. and the girl I left behind.
It's hard to say good-bye.
Let's all be Americans now.
Lorraine.
Nobody knows de trouble I've seen.
Old fashioned garden.
Somebody's going to get the bee.
Someone else may be there.
Somewhere in France is daddy.
The story book ball /
Sweet petootie.
Shorter they wear 'em, the longer they look.
Sweet little buttercup.
Where the morning glories grow : song /
There were shepherds /
Way down there.
We'll knock the Heligo-into Heligo out of Heligoland.
Write a letter home to mother.
Till then.
Sing to me.
There's a million reasons why I shouldn't kiss you.
We're going over.
When yankee doodle learns.
I did not know.
Kiss me.
Jump, Jim Crow!
Putting "AM" in Uncle Sam to stay.
He just twiddled his thumbs.
Southern gals.
Till the clouds roll by.
My sweetheart is somewhere in France.
Pilot.
For you a rose.
Don't try to steal the sweetheart of a soldier.
Do it for me.
Cleopatra.
There's something about you, makes me love you.
Hail, hail, the gang's all here.
Song of India.
Go down, Moses.
I've got the sweetest girl in Maryland.
In the land of wedding bells.
More I see of Hawaii, the better I like New York.
My Cairo maid.
One day in June.
While the incense is burning.
Because you're Irish.
Somehow I can't forget you.
Waiting.
Magic of your eyes.
I gathered a rose.
Soul of you.
My Hawaii.
Crying because you've broken my heart.
Going up.
Homeward bound.
By the waters of Minnetonka.
Rock of ages.
Fear not ye, O Israel! /
I don't want to play in your yard.
I'll think of you.
Somewhere in France : (is the Lily) /
On the road to home sweet home.
I like the name of Dixie.
God, and God alone, is love.
Garden of happiness.
My old Irish mother and Ireland.
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MUSICPOP 1917-D Mr. Jazz himself /
The best things in life are free /
If I can't have you all of the time : then I don't want you at all /
My sweetie /
Ziegfeld Follies rag /
In berry pickin' time /
Hello my dearie /
I'm hitting the trail to Normandy : so kiss me good-bye /
There's something nice about the south /
Wasn't it yesterday? /
Springtime /
Melody land /
Absence brings you nearer to my heart : ballad /
Huckleberry Finn /
He's just like you : I'm glad he's a baby of mine /
Hulda from Holland /
After the war is over : will there be any home sweet home /
When it's circus day back home : novelty song /
Cleopatra had a jazz band /
Dreaming of my southern home : song /
All the world will be jealous of me : ballad /
After the war is over /
I'd love to be a monkey in the zoo /
A broken doll /
The girls in the uniform /
The new code of honor our world's fighting for : America leads in that war /
The darktown strutters' ball /
Sinbad was in bad all the time : song /
The wild, wild women : are making a wild man of me /
The Irish have a great day to-night : Dinny and male chorus /
Ain't you coming back to Dixieland : song /
Liberty bell : (it's time to ring again) /
Nobody knows where Rosie goes : she keeps 'em guessin' /
That's the kind of a baby for me /
Chu chin chow /
Because you're Irish : song /
The fighting navy of the good old U.S.A. /
There's a service flag flying at our house /
I'm all bound 'round with the Mason Dixon Line /
Follow the flag /
I called you my sweetheart /
I don't know where I'm going : but I'm on my way /
I don't want to get well /
Hello Wisconsin : won't you find my Yonnie Yonson? /
Everybody's jazzin it /
Eve wasn't modest till she ate that apple : we'll have to pass the apples again /
Come out of the kitchen Mary Ann /
Texas fox trot /
Hawaiian breezes /
Hawaiian butterfly /
Allah's holiday /
Sweet Emalina, my gal /
An old-fashioned wife /
Go lad and may God bless you : song /
Homing : song /
The hooking cow blues /
How can I forget : (when there's so much to remember) /
Good bye that means you : little mother may God send you back your boy /
I'll see you later, Yankee Land /
I'll take you back to Italy /
It takes a long tall brown-skin gal : to make a preacher lay his bible down /
It takes an Irishman to make love /
Good-bye Broadway, hello France /
At the Yankee military ball /
I'll think of you : will you think of me? : duet /
For your country and my country /
Come on rally 'round our flag boys /
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MUSICPOP 1917-D Online Hello my dearie
Ziegfeld Follies rag
Ain't you coming back to Dixieland song /
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MUSICPOP 1917-H The redheaded Irishman : an Irish march rag /
Comedy Tom march /
Triangle jazz blues : [rag and fox-trot] /
The torpedo rag /
Smiles and chuckles : rag one step /
Octave rag /
On the rural route : foxtrot-rag-two step /
Alexander's back from Dixie with his rag-time band /
Buzzin' the bee /
The American rag /
The pianist rag : one step, two step, or trot /
When the Kaiser does the goose-step to a good old American rag /
High stepper rag /
Ragtime in colonial days /
A rag-time lullaby /
We'll rag ourway thru Germany : we'll fox trot over the Rhine /
The rag time sailor man /
The ragtime volunteers are off to war /
When the girl you love lives in California /
Arabian rag /
The baby rag /
The story book ball /
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MUSICPOP 1917-H Online Alexander's back from Dixie with his rag-time band
The American rag
Arabian rag
The baby rag
Buzzin' the bee
Comedy Tom march
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MUSICPOP 1917-K We don't know where we're goin.
When the Kaiser does the goose-step to a good old American rag /
It was a wild night /
Them doggon'd triflin' blues /
One happy day /
I'm a twelve o'clock fellow in a nine o'clock town /
When I grow up I'm going to be a soldier /
Jefferson Brown /
May God bless you and the red white and blue /
Meet me in the moonlight, Mandy Lane /
Lovely Hawaiian moon /
Oh! Henry come and rag with me /
Prohibition blues /
Romance /
Bring back my soldier boy to me /
Neath the autumn moon /
My Cairo maid /
Do your stuff /
12th Street rag /
When that vampire rolled her vampy eyes at me /
Everything looks rosy and bright /
Have you made your mother's dream come true /
I feel lonesome sometimes : whenever I'm away from you /
A tear a kiss a smile /
The pianist rag : one step, two step, or trot /
My baby, oh! my baby.
Sweet Peggy O'Neil.
Farewell.
All the world will be jealous of me : ballad /
Give me the right to love you all the while /
Hello America, hello /
Giddy giddap! go on! go on! : we're on our way to war /
Good-bye my dear : fox trot /
For the flag and Uncle Sam /
I've got the sweetest girl in Maryland /
The wild, wild women : are making a wild man of me /
I did not know.
Greenwich Village /
I have nothing else to do but fight for you : song /
Good-bye my soldier boy /
France, to you! /
Columbia's call /
The corporal's call /
Soldiers of glorious America /
A soldier's vision /
Stand up and fight for Uncle Sammy and the dear old U.S.A. /
Our American flag /
When a boy says good bye to his mother and she gives him to Uncle Sam /
Those Navy blues /
Tony Spagoni's cabaret : novelty song /
When my Marie sings chilly billy bee /
I've got the nicest little home in D-I-X-I-E /
Isn't she the busy little bee /
Gim' me a kiss, Mirandy : 'cause I'm goin' over there /
I'm a real kind mama : lookin' for a lovin' man /
I'm hitting the trail to Normandy : so kiss me good-bye /
I'm goin' to peek in, in Pekin /
Listen to the knocking at the knitting club /
Somewhere in France /
Let the flag fly /
You're the only girl : waltz song and chorus /
Swat the bugaboo : a marching song /
My rose of Panama /
Peter : song and chorus /
That bone dry rag /
Danza de crótalos : Tambourine dance /
What is love? /
What will become of your little doll girl /
When the right little boy rolls around /
When it's cherry time in Tokio /
Along the way to Waikiki : song /
I'm going to follow the boys : novelty song /
If you look in her eyes /
All I need is a girl like you /
Just as your mother was.
My rose of Palestine.
They go wild, simply wild, over me.
The story book ball /
Mama's blues : (Papa's blues) /
My mind's made up to marry Carolina /
We'll knock the Heligo-into Heligo out of Heligoland.
Livery stable blues /
I love a Honolulu Wahine /
My Irish song of songs.
My love of the sunset sea.
Six times six is thirty-six.
Somewhere on Broadway.
Southern gals.
Till the clouds roll by.
Touch of a woman's hand.
When it's moonlight in Tokyo.
Who'll be your sweetheart.
Carmen of the cabaret.
Daisies among the clover.
Early in the morning.
Good-bye happy days.
Lily of the valley.
In dreams.
Blue bird.
Cleopatra.
Come back to loveland.
Murmuring in the pines.
Magic of your eyes.
Miracle of love.
Sweet Marjorie.
When the glories of Ireland are told.
I'll think of you : will you think of me? : duet /
My love is for thee.
Going up.
Colleen Machree.
My Hawaii.
My Italian Rose.
Kilties' march.
Way down in Macon, Georgia, I'll be makin' Georgia mine /
I know that my someone is you : song /
Somewhere in France : (is the Lily) /
Sweetheart, I'm calling you /
For your country and my country /
There's a service flag flying at our house /
When Yankee Doodle learns to "parlez vous français" /
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MUSICPOP 1917-K Online 12th Street rag
I feel lonesome sometimes whenever I'm away from you /
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MUSICPOP 1917-SM Nobody knows de trouble I've seen : Negro spiritual /
Deep river : song : old Negro melody /
Deep river : old negro melody /
I passed by your window /
Fairy bark : a song of youth /
Consolation : for voice and piano /
Candle light /
Auld daddy darkness : Op. 33, no. 2. /
Dreamy moon /
In Flanders fields /
I passed by your window : from the album of five songs "Song pictures" /
By the waters of Minnetonka : an Indian love song /
Do not go, my love /
Fairy bark : A song of youth /
Will you remember : (Sweetheart) duet /
Somewhere in France : (is the Lily) /
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MUSICPOP 1917-SM Online Consolation for voice and piano /
Dreamy moon
I passed by your window
Nobody knows de trouble I've seen : Negro spiritual /
Auld daddy darkness Op. 33, no. 2. /
By the waters of Minnetonka an Indian love song /
Do not go, my love
Fairy bark a song of youth /
Fairy bark A song of youth /
Candle light
In Flanders fields
I passed by your window from the album of five songs "Song pictures" /
Deep river old negro melody /
Somewhere in France (is the Lily) /
Will you remember (Sweetheart) duet /
Deep river song : old Negro melody /
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