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Composer: Whiting, Richard A., 1891-1938
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick and Company
Call number: Sheet music 857
Text: First line of text: Bill collectors gather 'round and rather haunt the cottage next door.
Composer: Bayes, Nora, 1880-1928
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick and Company
Call number: Sheet music 810
Text: First line of text: The night was mighty dark so you could hardly see for the moon refused to shine.
Composer: Blaufuss, Walter, 1883-1945
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick and Company
Call number: Sheet music 814
Text: First line of text: Out of the mist, lips I have kissed, call tenderly.
Composer: Sherman, Al, 1897-1973
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Call number: Sheet music 817
Text: First line of text: People love to say waiting doesn't pay
Composer: Meyer, George W., 1884-1959
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Call number: Sheet music 413
Text: First line of chorus: Beautiful Annabell Lee left me alone by the sea.
Composer: Fenstad, E. A.
Publisher: Carl Fischer
Call number: Sheet music 811
Text: First line of text: Fill the steins dear old Maine, shout till the rafters ring.
Composer: Burke, Joe, 1884-1950
Publisher: M. Witmark and Sons
Call number: Sheet music 813
Text: First line of text: This life's a play from the start.
Composer: Ruby, Harry
Publisher: Famous Music
Call number: Sheet music 506
Text: First line of text: Why can't we get together like others do?
Composer: Steiner, Max, 1888-1971
Publisher: Irving Berlin
Call number: Sheet music 791
Text: First line of text: Blooming all day, drooping at night, you're like a beautiful flower.
Composer: Confrey, Zez, 1895-1971
Publisher: Leo Feist
Call number: Sheet music 802
Text: First line of text: 'Tention folks, speak of jokes, this is one on me.
Composer: Harling, W. Franke (William Franke), 1887-1958
Publisher: Irving Berlin
Call number: Sheet music 793
Text: First line of text: What will tomorrow bring to me?
Composer: Kahal, Irving, 1903-1942
Publisher: Leo Feist
Call number: Sheet music 797
Text: First line of text: Birdies fly with ambition, spring is in their song.
Composer: Cobb, George L., 1886-1942
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick and Company
Call number: Sheet music 809
Text: First line of chorus: You ought to see Deacon Jones when he rattles the bones.
Composer: Wood, Leo, 1882-1929
Publisher: Leo Feist
Call number: Sheet music 841
Text: First line of text: Dear, it's time to go;
Composer: Dreyer, Dave, 1894-1967
Publisher: A B C Music
Call number: Sheet music 523
Text: First line of chorus: Does your mother know you're out Cecilia?
Composer: Gilbert, James L.
Publisher: White-Smith Music Publishing
Call number: Sheet music 1320
Text: First line of text: A Highland laddie there lived o'er the way
Composer: Conrad, Con, 1891-1938
Publisher: Famous Music
Call number: Sheet music 801
Text: First line of text: Something seems to fill me, something seems to thrill me.
Composer: Davis, Benny, 1895-1979
Publisher: Irving Berlin
Call number: Sheet music 799
Text: First line of text: The days are so long, seems ev'ry thing's wrong.
Composer: Nesbitt, Harry, 1905-1968
Publisher: T. B. Harms
Call number: Sheet music 1339
Text: First line of text: Ever since the world began fate decided ev'ry man should have a mate to love
Composer: Whiting, Richard A., 1891-1938
Publisher: Leo Feist
Call number: Sheet music 805
Text: First line of chorus: Sleepy time gal, You're turning night into day,

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