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Popular American Music ( 6082 total )

The navy goat
(A song of the Navy) [alternative title]
Our life to be is a life at sea that someone wished on us [first line]
With a Navy goat hitched to our little boat, We'll sail away o'er land and sea [first line of chorus]

Date: 1921
Author: Gay, Byron [composer/lyricist]
Publisher: New York : Leo Feist, Inc.

(Back numbers) in my little red book
In my little red book [alternative title]
When I look into my little address book, and read of you and you [first line]
That you're all back numbers in my little red book, I can be true to none of you! [first line of chorus]

Date: 1922
Author: Coots, J. Fred [composer]
Publisher: New York : Harms, Inc.

Marcheta
(High) [alternative title]
Marcheta, Marcheta, I still hear you calling me [first line]

Date: 1913
Author: Schertzinger, Victor L. [composer/lyricist]
Publisher: New York : The John Franklin Music Co.

(How sorry you'll be) Wait'll you see
You're going to leave me, you're going away [first line]
Wait'll you see, how diff'rent I can be [first line of chorus]

Date: 1919
Author: Kalmar, Bert [composer]
Publisher: New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.

Marcheta
(Low) [alternative title]
Marcheta, Marcheta, I still hear you calling [first line]

Date: 1913
Author: Schertzinger, Victor L. [composer/lyricist]
Publisher: New York : The John Franklin Music Co.

Marcheta
(Medium) [alternative title]
Marcheta, Marcheta, I still hear you calling me [first line]

Date: 1913
Author: Schertzinger, Victor L. [composer/lyricist]
Publisher: New York : The John Franklin Publishing Co.

Moxie
(One Step) Song [alternative title]
When things go wrong don't frown or growl or sigh [first line]
Moxie, oh Moxie, me for you [first line of chorus]

Date: 1921
Author: Leigh, Norman [composer]
Publisher: Boston : The Moxie Company

(That quaint) Egyptian glide
Oriental Ollie, an Egyptian Dollie [first line]
Egyptian glide, oh, do that glide [first line of chorus]
Egyptian glide [alternative title]

Date: 1920
Author: Clifton, Jack [lyricist]
Publisher: Chicago : Frances Clifford Music Co.

(Till the boys come home) keep the home-fires burning
Keep the home-fires burning [alternative title]
They were summoned from the hill side, they were called in from the glen [first line]
Keep the home fires burning, while your hearts are yearning [first line of chorus]

Date: 1915
Author: Novello, Ivor [composer]
Publisher: London : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew Limited

(You let me go) For somebody else
We were happy as could be, like two kids at play [first line]
You let me go, for somebody else [first line of chorus]
For somebody else [alternative title]

Date: 1921
Author: Clare, Sidney [lyricist]
Publisher: New York : Edward B. Marks Music Co.