Magic melodies of the gay nineties : a collection of the songs of yesterday, including all the old time favorites.
|Format:||Music Score 1946|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsIn my merry Oldsmobile
Sweet bunch of daisies
Daisies won't tell
Cheyenne (Shy Ann)
Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder?
When the robins nest again
The preacher and the bear
Are you sincere?
I don't care
Throw him down McCloskey (McCloskey's great fight)
That's what the daisy said
I'm just wild about Harry
If you talk in your sleep
When the mocking birds are singing in the wildwood
There is a tavern in the town
Where is my boy to-night
Silver threads among the gold
I'm the guy
She was happy till she met you
I'm afraid to come home in the dark
Pride of the prairie
On a Saturday night
The sunshine of Paradise Alley
My Nelly's blue eyes
I'm a pilgrim
She is more to be pitied than censured
And they called it Dixieland
Much obliged to you
I've been workin' on the railroad
On the 5:15
My sweetheart's the man in the moon
The man on the flying trapeze
Down on 33rd and 3rd
My gal is a high born lady
Mother, pin a rose on me
Only one girl in the world for me
The band played on
Shoo fly, don't bother me
The mansion of aching hearts
Where the morning glories twine around the door
Just tell them that you saw me
Just because she made dem goo-goo eyes
In the evening by the moonlight
I don't want to play in your yard
Good morning Carrie!
The Irish jubilee
Frankie and Johnny
Father, dear father (come home with me now)
Breakfast in my bed on Sunday mornin'
Down went McGinty
Comrades (Ever since we were boys)
Drill, ye tarriers, drill!
Always take mother's advice
California, here I come
Hello! ma baby
While strolling through the park one day
Hello Central, give me heaven
Daisy Bell (A bicycle built for two)
Won't you come over to my house
Jeanie with the light brown hair
You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine
Little Annie Rooney
The old gray mare
She may have seen better days
At a Georgia camp meeting
Over the hills to the poor house
Ain't dat a shame?
The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo
The quilting party
Say "Au revoir," but not "Goodbye"
Wait for the wagon
Please don't talk about me when I'm gone
Roll on silver moon
The spider and the fly
Where did you get that hat?
My mother's old red shawl
Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?
|Publisher|| New York :Remick Music Corp.,1946
For voice and piano.
1 score (239 pages) ; 30 cm.