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Aba Daba Honeymoon   Arthur Fields, Walter Donovan  (1914)

Abide With Me    Henry Francis Lyte, William Henry Monk (1861)

A Bird In A Gilded Cage     Arthur Lamb, Harry Von Tilzer (1900)

A Christmas Hymn   Czar Nicholas 2nd of Russia  (1903)

After The Ball    Charles K. Harris (1892)

After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It    Irving Berlin  (1920)

After You've Gone     Creamer and Layton  (1918)

A Good Man Is Hard To Find     Eddie Green (1918)

Ah! May The Red Rose Live Alway   Stephen Foster love song (1850)

Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life   Victor Herbert, Rida Johnson Young, from the operetta Naughty Marietta  (1910)

Ain't We Got Fun?    Richard Whiting, Gus Kahn  (1921)

A Kiss In The Dark   Victor Herbert, B. G. DeSylva from Orange Blossoms (1922)

Alexander's Ragtime Band    Irving Berlin  (1911)

Alice Blue Gown   Harry Tierney, Joseph McCarthy  (from Irene, 1919)

Alice Gray   Mrs. P. Millard, William Mee (1879)

All The Pretty Little Horses   (American Folk traditional)

All Things Bright And Beautiful   Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander  (1848)

All Through The Night   American Folk Traditional Hymn (19th century)

Amazing Grace    John Newton, 1779

America First   John Philip Sousa

America, I Love You    Patriotic Song, Edgar Leslie, Archie Gottlier -  (1915)

America, My Country Tis Of Thee    (Samuel Francis Smith, 19th century)

America The Beautiful    Katherine Lee Bates, Parke Hewins  (1893)

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God   Martin Luther (1529)

Anchor's Aweigh    Charles Zimmermann  (1906)

And He'd Say Oo-La La! Wee Wee!   Harry Ruby, George Jessel   (World War One, 1919)

An Evening Prayer    C. Maude Battersby  (1911)

Angels, from the Realms of Glory   Henry T. Smart, James Montgomery

Angels We Have Heard On High   Christmas Traditional

Annie Laurie   Poem: Lady John Douglas Scott  (traditional)

Anytime    Happy Lawson  (1921)

Anvil Chorus, The   Giuseppe Verdi, Salvatore Cammarano  from the opera Il Trovatore (The Troubadour, 1853)

A Perfect Day   Carrie Jacobs Bond  (1910)

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody    Irving Berlin  (1919)

April Showers   Louis Silvers, B. G. DeSylva  (1921)

Are We To Part Like This?    Harry Casling, Charles Collins (1912) - English Music Hall song

Are Ye Able?    Earl Bowman Marlatt, Harry Silverdale Mason  (1920's)

Are You From Dixie? ('Cause I'm From Dixie Too!)   Jack Yellen, George Cobb  (1915)

Asleep In The Deep   Arthur Lamb, H.W. Petrie (1897)

A Sprig Of Thyme   English traditional  (19th century)

As The Schoolbell Rings   song written by William Kearns, my great-grandfather  (1919)

At A Georgia Camp Meeting    Kerry Mills (1897)

At Dawning (I Love You)   Charles Wakefield Cadman  (1906)

At The Picture Show     Irving Berlin, E. Ray Goetz  (1913)  - with great pics of silent movie stars

At The Dawning Of The Day   Irish Traditional, popularized by John McCormack

Aura Lee ~ aka Love Me Tender, George Poulton, W.W. Fosdick  (1861)

Avalon    Al Jolson, Vincent Rose, J. Bodewalt Lampe (1920)

Away In A Manger   Christmas Traditional (Two Versions)

Baby Shoes    Al Piantadosi  (1916)

Band Played "Nearer My God" To Thee As The Ship Went Down, The   Mark Beam and Harold Jones (Titanic song, 1912)

Band Played On, The    John F. Palmer, Charles B. Ward (1895)

Basket Of Roses   Instrumental song by Fred Albers (1913)

Barb'ra Allen    Scottish - (traditional)

Barcarolle   Jacques Offenbach From the French opera Les Contes De Hoffman (The Tales Of Hoffman)  (1881)

Battle Cry Of Freedom, The     George F. Root  (1862)

Beau Ideal, The   John Philip Sousa

Beautiful Ohio   Mary Earl, Ballard MacDonald   (1918)

Because   Traditional Wedding Song, Guy d'Hardelot,  Edward Teschemacher (1902)

Beautiful Child Of Song   Stephen Foster Ballad (1860)

Beautiful Isle of Somewhere   Music by J.S. Fearis and Words by Jessie Brown Pounds (1897)

Beautiful Garden Of Prayer  Eleanor Allen Schroll  (1920)

Bell Song  "Air de cloches"   Léon Délibes from the Opera Lakmé (1883)

Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee   Stanley Murphy, Henry Marshall  (1912)

Believe Me, If All Those Enduring Young Charms   Thomas Moore (circa early 1800's)

Bible, The     William Batchelder Bradbury (1867), Brother Teno (Updated Lyrics: 2000)

Bible Stands, The    Haldor Lillenas  (1917), Brother Teno (Updated Lyrics: 2000)

Bill Bailey, Won't You Please...Come Home?    Hughie Cannon  (1902)

Bimini Bay   Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan, Richard Whiting (1921)

Birthday Of A King, The    William Neidlinger, Christmas traditional, 19th century

Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair   (traditional, 19th century)

Blest Be The Tie That Binds     Fawcett, Naegeli  (1845)

Blue Bells Of Scotland   Scottish  (traditional)

Boiled Beef And Carrots   English Music Hall

Bold Grenadier, The  ~ aka The Nightingales Sing or The Grenadier And The Lady  (English folk, traditional)

Bonnie Blue Flag, The     (Harry MacCarthy 1861-2, Civil War Song)

Bonnie Doon - Charles Miller, Robert Burns  (Scottish traditional folk song)

Botany Bay  (Australian folk song)

Bowery, The   Charles Hoyt, Percy Gaunt (1892)

Boy I Love Is Up In The Gallery, The   George Ware  (English Music Hall, 1885)

Boy Scouts Of America   John Philip Sousa

Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light   Chorale Written by Johann Schop (1641)

Breeze And I, The    Al Stillman, Ernesto Leeuona  (1919)

Bride Elect, The    John Philip Sousa

British Grenadiers, The    (English folk traditional)

Broadway Blues    Sophie Tucker Song written Brandon Walsh, Terry Sherman (1915)

Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight?   (1800's) - Heard in "It's A Wonderful Life" with Jimmy Stewart

Bullets and Bayonets   John Philip Sousa

Butcher Boy, The  ~ aka I Died For Love (English traditional)

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon & Moonlight Bay   (Madden, Edwards, Percy Wenrich, Medley, 1919, 1912)

By The Sea (By The Beautiful Sea)    Harrold Atteridge, Harry Carroll  (1914)

By The Waters Of Minnetonka - An Indian Love Song   Written by Thurlow Lieurance (1917)

Caissons Go Rolling Along, The     General Edmund Gruber (1921)

Can't You Hear Me Callin, Caroline?    Caro Roma, William Gardner (1914)

Can Ye Sew Cushions?   Scottish Folk, traditional

Careless Love  (Appalachian) - American Folk, traditional

Carolina In The Morning   Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson  (1922)

Carrickfergus   (Beautiful English - Irish Folk song, traditional, circa 1830)

Carry Me Back To Old Virginny   James Bland  (1868)

Carry Your Bible   Fred P. Morris (1912)

Casey Jones, The Brave Engineer   T. Lawrence Seibert and Eddie Newton  (1909)

Cat Came Back, The    Harry Miller, Otto Bonnell  (1893) - my kids' favorite song page on the website ;-)

Caught Up    Thoro Harris (early 20th century)

Che gelida manina   Giacomo Puccini from the Opera La Boheme

Chicken Reel    Joseph M. Daly  (1910)

Chinatown, My Chinatown   William Jerome & Jean Schwartz  (1910)

Christ Arose    Robert Lowry (1874)

Christmas Time Seems Years and Years Away    Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder  (1909)

Cielito Lindo  Quirino Mendoza y Cortes (South American Traditional)

Ciribiribin  - Italian song in English, Composed by A. Pestalozza, English Lyrics by Henry Sawyer (1909)

Colonel Bogey March - Kenneth Alford, British Instrumental, heard in David Lean's Bridge on the River Kwai (1916)

Come Back To Erin   Claribel - Irish Song  (19th century)

Come Josephine In My Flying Machine    Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan (1910)

Come Owre The Stream, Charlie   James Hogg, lyrics, (Melody traditional Scottish, 18th century)

Come Up In My Balloon   English Music Hall

Cotillion  from John Gay's The Beggar's Opera (English, 1728)

Coventry Carol   (15th century Christmas)

Crinoline Days    Irving Berlin (1922)

Cubanola Glide, The   Harry von Tilzer, Vincent Bryan (1909)

Cuckoo Bird, The   (English Folk Song, traditional, lament on infidelity)

Cuddle Up A Little Closer, Lovey Mine    Otto Harbach, Hoschna (1908)

Daddy Long Legs   Harry Ruby, Sam Lewis, Joe Young (from the Mary Pickford film, 1919)

Daddy, You've Been A Mother To Me   Fred Fisher  (1920)

Daisy Bell  (A Bicycle Built For Two)    Harry Dacre  (1892)

Danny Boy  (Londonderry Air, Traditional)    (Words By Frederic Weatherly)

Dardanella   Felix Bernard, Johnny Black, Fred Fisher (1919)

Dark Eyes  (Ochie Chornie)   (Traditional Russian Folk Song)

Dark Eyed Sailor, The   (Traditional English Folk Song, sequenced for choral)

Dashing With The Smoothing Iron!   (Traditional English Folk song)

Daughters Of Erin, The   (Irish Song, Thomas Moore, 18th century)

Daughter Of Rose O'Grady, The   Walter Donaldson, Monty Brice (1918)

Dearest (You're The Nearest To My Heart)   Words by Benny Davis, Music by Harry Akst (1922)

Deck The Halls   McCaskey, Jones, Christmas Traditional

Deep In Your Eyes   William Le Baron, Music by Victor Jacobi from The Half Moon (1920)

Ding Dong Merrily On High   Christmas Traditional

Di Quella Pira!   Giuseppe Verdi, Salvatore Cammarano  from the opera Il Trovatore (The Troubadour, 1853)

DIXIE, Version One (March)   and  Version Two (Ballad)  - Southern Patriotic Song  (1860)

Do Not Say Goodbye    Love song written by Chico Marx of the Marx Brothers  (1915)

Do Your Duty, Doctor!   Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder  (1909)

Down Among The Sheltering Palms    James Brockman, Abe Olman (1915)

Down By The Meadow Brook   Words by Edgar Leslie, Music by Pete Wendling (1919)

Down By The Old Mill Stream    Tell Taylor  (1908)

Down By The Sally Gardens    William Butler Yeats, Herbert Hughes (Celtic Folk Song, 1889)

Dreaming   L.W. Heiser and J. Anton Dailey (1906)

Dream Kiss    Ray Sherwood, Alfred Rienzo (1921)

Dreams, Just Dreams    Irving Berlin,  Ted Snyder  (1910)

Dream On   Victor Herbert, B. G. De Sylva - Beautiful Indian Lullaby (1922)

Dreamy Melody   Ted Koehler, Frank Magine, C. Naset  (1922)

Du, du liegst mir am Herzen   (German Leider Folk Song, German, English lyrics)

Early One Morning   (English Folk traditional, 19th century)

Easter Flowers Are Blooming Bright   Mary A. Nicholson (1875)  George W. Stebbins (1913)

Eileen Aroon   Carrol O'Daly (Irish Folk traditional, 17th century)

El Capitan   John Philip Sousa

E lucevan le stelle   aria from the Puccini Opera Tosca (1900)

English Country Gardens   (English Folk traditional)

Eternal Father, Strong To Save   William Whiting, John Bacchus Dykes  (The Navy Hymn, 1860)

Et Misericordia  - chorale from the Magnificat by Bach Johann Sebastian Bach (18th century)

Evening Prayer   Engelbert Humperdinck  from the opera  Hansel and Gretel  (1890)

Everybody's Doing It Now    Irving Berlin  (1911)

Every Little Movement Has A Meaning Of Its Own   Written by C. Moore, English Music Hall (1912)

Fall In And Follow Me     A.J. Mills and Bennett Scott, English Music Hall (1910)

First Noel, The   Christmas Traditional, 13th Century

Flee As A Bird   Mary Shindler (1842)

Flower Duet, The   Beautiful Double Aria from the Léon Délibes from the Opera Lakmé  (1883)

Flower O' Scotland    Roy Williamson, Scottish Folk Song

Flower Song, The  (La Fleur Que Tu M'avais Jetee)  Georges Bizet from the Opera Carmen (1875)

Flow Gently, Sweet Afton  (Folk song of Scotland, two versions, Robert Burns, music J.E. Spilman, 1838)

Foggy Dew, The   (Irish Folk, traditional)

Forgiveness  ~ the most powerful song on the website

For Me And My Gal     Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz, Geo. Meyer (1917)

Forty Five Minutes From Broadway    (1906, George M Cohan)

Frankie and Johnny   Leighton Brothers, Ren Shields 1912 version (originally 19th century)

From The Land Of The Sky-Blue Water   Charles Wakefield Cadman, Nelle Richmond Eberhart (1909)

Funicula   English Music Hall version, George Formby (1908)

Gaudeamus Igitur   (Traditional Latin college song)  Words: Nach C.W. Kindleben  (1781)

Gentle Annie  Stephen Foster Ballad (1856)

Gentle Maiden, The   Melody Traditional Irish, Words by Harold Boulton (popularized by John McCormack)

Gentle Shepherd    Giovanni Battista Pergolesi  (18th century ballad)

Gimme That Old Time Religion   American Spiritual (19th century)

Girl I Left Behind Me, The   (English Folk Song, dates to Elizabethan times)

Girl O' Mine   George Spink (no copyright date on sheet music, looks to be between 1916 and 1920)

Girl On The Magazine, The     Irving Berlin (1915)

Give My Regards To Broadway    George M Cohan, from Little Johnny Jones   (1904)

Glow Worm, The     Paul Lincke, Lila Cayley Robinson  (1907)

God Bless The Fire Brigade   Henry Russell, George Phillips mid 19th century - Dedicated To The NY Firemen Of Sept. 11th

God Remembers When The World Forgets   Carrie Jacobs-Bond, Clifton Bingham (1913)

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen   Christmas Traditional

Golden Slumbers   (English Folk song, traditional)

Goodbye Broadway, Hello France   Reisner, Davis, Billy Baskette (World War One, 1917)

Good Bye-ee   R. P. Weston & Bert Lee - (British World War One song, 1917)

Good Bye Little Yellow Bird   C.W. Murphy & Wm. Hargreaves, English Music Hall song (1907)

Good Bye My Lady Love   Joseph Howard (1904)

Go Tell It On The Mountain   Negro Spiritual, Christmas Traditional

Go To Sleep  Victor Herbert, Glen MacDonough from the operetta Babes In Toyland (1903)

Grandfather's Clock, The     Henry C. Work  (1876)

Great Is Thy Faithfulness   William Runyan, Thomas Chisholm

Greensleeves    (English Folk song, traditional, circa 1580)

Habanera  Georges Bizet From The Opera Carmen (1875)

Hallelujah Chorus  from The Messiah (Handel)

Hand Of You, The   Carrie Jacobs-Bond (1920)

Hark, The Herald Angels Sing   Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Christmas Traditional

Harrigan    (1907, George M Cohan)

Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?   CW Murphy and Will Letters, English Music Hall (1907)

Hava Nagila   (or Havah Nagilah) - Traditional Song of Israel

He Hideth My Soul    Fanny Crosby, William James Kirkpatrick  (1890)

He Keeps Me Singing    Luther B. Bridgers (1910) - Luther wrote this song after his wife & 3 sons were killed by a fire

Hello Ma (My) Baby    Howard and Emerson (1899)

He's Coming Soon   Thoro Harris  (1918)

He's Gone Away   Appalachian American Song  (19th Century)

He Watching Over Israel    Chorale from "Elijah" by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (19th century)

Hiawatha   James O'Dea, Neil Moret (1903)

Hiawatha's Melody Of Love    Alfred Bryan and Artie Mehliner and Geo. W. Meyer (1920)

Higher Ground   Johnson Oatman, Jr., (1898)  Charles Hutchinson Gabriel, (1892)

Hindustan   Oliver Wallace, Harold Weeks  (1918)

His Eye Is On the Sparrow    Civilla Durfee Martin and Charles Hutchinson Gabriel  (1905)

H.M.S. PINAFORE Selections   W.S. Gilbert and Music by Arthur Sullivan (1878)

Hold Your Hand Out, You Naughty Boy   Written by C.W. Murphy, Worton David, English Music Hall (1913)

Holly And The Ivy, The   Christmas Traditional

Holy City, The    F. E. Weatherly, Stephen Adams (1892)

Homesick   Irving Berlin  (1922)

Home Sweet Home    John Howard Payne (1823)

How Precious Is The Book Divine    John Fawcett  (1782)

How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm    Donaldson, Lewis, Young  (World War One song, 1919)

Honeysuckle And The Bee, The     Words by Albert H. Fitz, Music by William H. Penn  (1901)

I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major General   Gilbert and Sullivan from The Pirates of Penzance (1879)

I Can't Do The Sum    Victor Herbert, Glen MacDonough, from the operetta Babes In Toyland (1903)

Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider   Eddie Leonard  (1903)

I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier    Alfred Bryan, Al Piantadosi  (Anti-War Song, 1915)

Idle Days Of Summertime    (Welsh Folk Song, traditional, lyrics: Will Hopkin the Bard)

I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside    John Glover-Kind (1907)  English Music Hall song

I Don't Care!    Jean Lenox, Harry O. Sutton  (1905, popularized by Eva Tanguay, and Judy Garland)

I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard    Philip Wingate, H.W. Petrie  (1894)

I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls    Michael Balfe (from The Bohemian Girl  (1843)

If You Could Care  beautiful song by Arthur Wimperis, Herman Darweski  (1920)

If You Don't Want Me, Why Do You Hang Around?    Irving Berlin  (1913)

If You've Only Got A Moustache!   Stephen Foster Comic Song  (1862)

If You Were The Only Girl In The World    Clifford Grey, Nat Ayer  (1916)

If We Can't Be The Same Old Sweethearts Then We'll Just Be The Same Old Friends    Joe McCarthy, Jimmie Monaco (1915)

I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time   Neville Fleeson, Von Tilzer (1920)

I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen     Thomas Westendorf  (1876)

I Live In Trafalgar Square   C.W. Murphy, English Music Hall (1902)

I Love A Piano    Irving Berlin  (1915)

I Love To Tell The Story    A. Katherine Hankey (1866) William G. Fischer  (1869)

I Love You More Each Day    Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder  (1910)

I Love You Truly    Carrie Jacobs-Bond  (1906)

I'm Always Chasing Rainbows    Harry Carroll, Joseph McCarthy (1918)

I'm Drifting Back To Dreamland     Florence Charlesworth, Charles Harrison, Jack Sadler (1922)

I'm Falling In Love With Someone   Victor Herbert, Rida Johnson Young, from operetta Naughty Marietta (1910)

I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles    Kenbrovin, Kellette  (1919)

I'm Just Wild About Harry   Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake from Shuffle Along (1921)

I'm 'Enery The Eighth, I Am   English Music Hall  (1911)

I'm Shy, Mary Ellen, I'm Shy   Charles Ridgewell, George Stevens  (1910)

I'm Through (Shedding Tears Over You)    Karyl Norman and Edwin J. Weber (1922)

I Need Thee Every Hour    Annie Sherwood Hawks and Robert Lowry (1872)

I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody (Like I'm Loving You)   Pitts, Egan, Marsh (1920)

In The Garden    Charles Austin Miles (1913)

I Know Where I'm Going   (English Folk song, traditional)

Indiana (Back Home In Indiana)    Ballard MacDonald, James Hanley  (1917)

In Dreamland   Victor Herbert, Harry Smith, from The Wizard Of The Nile (1895)

In Flanders Fields The Poppies Grow   John Philip Sousa, Dr. John McCrae  (Post World War One song, 1918)

In My Merry Oldsmobile   Vincent Bryan, Gus Edwards  (1905)

In The Evening, By The Moonlight, Dear Louise   Andrew Sterling  (1906)

In The Good Old Summertime     Ren Shields, George Evans  (1902)

In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree   Harry Williams, Egbert Van Alstyne  (1905)

In The Shadows   Herman Finck, E. Ray Goetz  (1911)

In The Sweet By and By   Sanford Fillmore Bennett, (1868)  Joseph Philbrick Webster, (1868)

In The Time Of Tribulation   Samuel Wesley (1864), James Montgomery (1918)

Iola   Charles Johnson, James O'Dea (Indian Song, 1906)

Irish Girl, The   (Irish Folk traditional)

I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In   Christmas Traditional

I Send My Heart Up To Thee!    Amy Marcy Cheney Beach  (1900)

Is There Anything Else I Can Do For You?    ;-)   Irving Berlin  (1910)

Italian Street Song   Victor Herbert, Rida Johnson Young, from the operetta Naughty Marietta  (1910)

It Is Well With My Soul   Horatio Gates Spafford (1873), Ville de Havre, Philip Paul Bliss (1876)

It's All In The Game    Carl Sigman, General Charles G. Dawes  (1912)

It's A Long Way To Tipperary   Jack Judge and Harry Williams  (World War One, 1912)

It's A Rosebud In June   (traditional Spring fertility song)

I've Been Working On The Railroad   (American traditional, 19th century)

I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now    Irving Berlin  (1919)

I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)    Dillon, Harry Von Tilzer  (1911)

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate    A.J. Piron  (1922)

I Want To Go Back To Michigan    Irving Berlin  (1914)

I Wonder As I Wander   Christmas Traditional

I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now     Williams, Howard, Hough  (1909)

Ja-Da   Bob Carleton, USNRF  (1918)

Japanese Sandman - Richard Whiting, Raymond Egan  (1920)

Jazz Baby   Blanche Merrill, M.K. Jerome  (1919)

Jerusalem   English Chorale, Charles Hubert Hastings Parr, William Blake (19th century)

Jerusalem Zahav   Israeli Song

Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring  - Chorale arranged by JS Bach: Words: Martin Janus, 1661 Music: Johann Schop (17th century)

Jesu, meine Freude   German Chorale, Words: Johann Franck, Music by Johann Crüger, (1653)

Jesus Calls Us   (Two Versions)   William Herbert Jude, (1874), Christian Friedrich Witt, (1715)

Jesus, Lover Of My Soul    Charles Wesley (1740), Joseph Parry (1879)

Jesus Loves the Little Children

Jesus, Priceless Treasure   Johann Crüger, (1653) Catherine Winkworth, (1863)

Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me    John Gould, Edward Hopper (1871)

Jingle Bells   James Pierpont (1857) Christmas traditional

Jock O'Hazeldean   Sir Walter Scott  (Scotland, 18th Century)

John Anderson, My Jo   Robert Burns, (circa 1789, Scotland)

Johnny Is Gone For A Soldier   Septimus Winner  (American Civil War song, 19th century)

Joy To The World    Isaac Watts, Lowell Mason, Christmas Traditional

Just A Kiss In The Dark   Victor Herbert, B.G. Sylva, from operetta Orange Blossoms (1895)

Just As I Am    William Batchelder Bradbury, (1849) Charlotte Elliott, (1836)

Just A Song At Twilight - Love's Old Sweet Song    (Bingham, Molloy, 1884)

Just Like A Gipsy   Seymour Simons and Nora Bayes  (1919)

Just Like The Rose   (My Love's Dying)    Irving Berlin, Al Piantadosi  (1909)

Just We Two   Bennett (1920's)

K-K-K-Katy    Geoffrey O'Hara  (World War One, 1918)

Kathleen Mavourneen   Mrs. Crawford, FN Crouch  (19th century Irish song)

Katy Bell   my favorite Stephen Foster song  (1863)

Katy Cruel   American traditional

Keep The Homefires Burning    Ivor Novello, Lena Ford (1914, World War One song)

Keep Right On To The End Of The Road   Harry Lauder

King Ki-Ki    Little Tich, English Music Hall, (1911)

Kisses (The Sweetest Kisses Of All)    Alex Sullivan, Lynn Cowan  (1918) - featured in the Buster Keaton film classic "Seven Chances"

Kiss Me Again    Victor Herbert, Henry Blossom from Mlle. Modiste  (1905)

Kitten On The Keys   Zez Confrey, Sam Coslow  (1922)

Knock'd 'Em In the Old Kent Road (Wot' Cher!)   Albert Chevalier, Charles Ingle  (English Music Hall, circa 1900)

Kol Nidre   (Hebrew Rabbi - Cantor Song)

Kum Ba Yah    (Negro Spiritual, 19th century)

Lady Of The Evening    Irving Berlin (1922) Music Box Revue

La Marseillaise    French National Anthem, Rouge de Lille  (1792)

La Lisonjera (The Flatterer)   Instrumental novelty by Cécile Chaminade (1912)

Land Of The Leal   Scottish folk song traditional

La Paloma   (South American 19th Century Traditional)

Largo al factotum (Figaro!)   Gioachino Rossini from the Comic Opera "The Barber of Seville" (1816)

Lark In The Clear Air, The   (English Folk Song)

Lass With The Delicate Air, The  Thomas Arne  (Old English Aire)

Laughing Policeman, The   English Music Hall

Lead Me To That Beautiful Band   Irving Berlin, E. Ray Goetz  (1912)

Leaning On The Everlasting Arms   Elisha Albright Hoffman, Anthony Johnson Showalter (1887)

Let Me Call You Sweetheart     Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman  (1910)

Let The Great Big World Keep Turning   Clifford Grey, Nat D. Ayer  (1917)

Let The Rest Of The World Go By    Brennan & Ball  (1919)

Liberty Bell, It's Time To Ring Again!     Goodwin and Mohr  (1917, Patriotic song)

Liberty Bell March   John Philip Sousa

Liebestod    Richard Wagner from the Opera Tristan und Isolde (1865)

Lily Of Laguna    Eugene Stratton (English Music Hall, 1911)

Lily Of The Valley, The   Charles William Fry, William Shakespeare Hays (1881)

Little Drummer Boy, The   (Carol Of The Drum) Christmas Traditional

Little Turtle Dove, The    English Folk Song

Loch Lomond   Scotland Traditional Folk Song

Long, Long Ago    Thomas Haynes Bayly, American Folk (1883)

Look For The Silver Lining     Guy Bolton, Clifford Grey, Joe Burke, Al Dubin  (1920)

Lord Franklin    English Folk Seafaring Song

Lord, Guard and Guide The Men Who Fly   Official Air Force Hymn, Henry Baker, Mary CD Hamilton (1915)

Lorena   Reverend HDL Webster, (1850's, heard in the Ken Burns PBS Documentary The Civil War)

Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine   Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan (World War One song, 1917)

Love Came Down At Christmas   Christina Rossetti (1885)

Love Me Like You Used To Love A Sugar Lump   Ned Moray, Malvin Franklin  (1912)

Love Nest, The  song used by George Burns and Gracie Allen for radio-tv theme shows;  Otto Harbach, Frank Mandel  (1920)

Love's Old Sweet Song   (late 1800's)

Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses    Leslie Cooke, John Openshaw  (1919)

The Lovesong Waltzes, Liebeslieder Walzer,  Music by Johannes Brahms, English Translation by Natalia Macfarren  (19th Century)

Love Will Find A Way  Music and Lyrics by Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle - from one of the first all-black Broadway shows, Shuffle Along (1921)

Lullaby Land   Music by M. Prival, Lyrics by Frank Davis (1919)

Madelon   (I'll Be True To The Whole Regiment)  Alfred Bryan, English Version of French World War One song  (1918)

Mandy    Irving Berlin  (1919)

MA! (He's Making Eyes At Me!)     Sidney Clare, Con Conrad  (1921)

Man That Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo, The   Fred Gilbert  (English Music Hall, 1892)

Man On The Flying Trapeze, The  George Leybourne  (1868)

March Of The Wooden Soldiers  Victor Herbert from Babes In Toyland  (1903)

Marching Through Georgia     Civil War Song of the North - Henry Clay Work (1865)

Margie     Con Conrad, Benny Davis, J. Russell Robinson (1920)

Marie From Sunny Italy    Irving Berlin, M. Nicholson  (1907)

Marine's Hymn, The     L.Z. Phillips  (1919)

Mary Came Over To Me   Victor Herbert, Irving Caesar, Irish Love Song (1922)

Mary or Mary, It's A Grand Old Name     (1905, George M Cohan)

Mary Loves The Flowers   Stephen Foster Ballad (1850)

Meeting Of The Waters, The   Thomas Moore (Irish Folk Song, early 19th century)

Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis    Andrew Sterling, Kerry Mills (1904)

Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland    Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman (1910)

Megan's Fair Daughter   Welsh Traditional Folk Song

Messiah, The   Handel's Oratorio  (17th Century)

Mi chiamano Mimì   Giacomo Puccini from the Opera La Boheme

Mickey   Harry Williams, Neil Moret (1918)

Mighty Lak A Rose   Ethelbert Nevin, Frank Stanton (1901)

Miller Of Dee, The    English Folk Song (19th century)

Minstrel Boy, The   Thomas Moore (Irish traditional, heard in movie Black Hawk Down)

Miserere   Giuseppe Verdi from the Opera Il Trovatore  (1853)

Missouri Waltz, The   J.R. Shannon, John Eppel (1914)

Molly Malone   Traditional Irish folk song (19th century)

Moon Is Shining In The Skies, The   Louis Chauvin and Sam Patterson  (1903)

Moonlight Bay & By The Light Of The Silvery Moon   Percy Wenrich, Madden, Edwards  (Medley 1912, 1919)

Moonlight Waltz, The    Instrumental - Frederick Knight Logan (1916)

Mother Machree   Chauncey Olcott, Ernest R. Ball, Rida Johnson Young  (1910)

M-O-T-H-E-R - The Word That Means The World To Me - Howard Johnson, Theodore Morse (1915)

Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean    (1922)

My Belgian Rose   George Benoit, Robert Levenson, Ted Garton (World War One ballad, 1918)

My Buddy    Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson  (1922)

My Dreamy China Lady    Gus Kahn, Egbert van Alstyne (1916)

My Faith Looks Up To Thee   Ray Palmer and Lowell Mason (1830)

My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice   (Mon Coeur S'Ouvre A Ta Voix) Camille Saint-Saens from the opera Samson and Dalila (1877)

My Honey's Loving Arms   Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer  (1922)

My Isle Of Golden Dreams   Walter Blaufuss, Gus Kahn  (1919)

My Little Dream Girl    L. Wolfe Gilbert, Anatol Friedland (1915)

My Little Girl   Albert von Tilzer Song from 1915, Sam Lewis and Will Dillon wrote the lyrics

My Lord, What A Morning!   American Negro Spiritual, arranged into chorale (19th century)

My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose   Robert Burns, Neil Gow  (18th century)

My Mammy   Al Jolson Song, The Jazz Singer - Sam Lewis, Joe Young, Walter Donaldson (1921)

My Man (Mon Homme)    Maurice Yvain, Channing Pollock  (Fanny Brice song, 1920, 1921)

My Melancholy Baby   George Norton, Ernie Burnett  (1912)

My Mother's Bible   George P. Morris Esq., Henry Russell (1841)

My Old Dutch   Albert Chevalier, Charles Ingle  (1892)

My Sunny Tennessee  Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Herman Ruby (1921)

My Sweetheart Is Somewhere In France   Mary Earl  (World War One song, 1917)

Nearer My God, To Thee  (Hymn, Three Versions)  In the Titanic section

'Neath The Southern Moon   Victor Herbert, RIda Johnson Young, from the operetta Naughty Marietta (1910)

Negro Spirituals Medley 1
(Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Had, Jacob's Ladder, Deep River, Go Down, Moses)

Negro Spirituals Medley 2
(How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place, There Is A Balm In Gilead, Ev'ry Time I Feel The Spirit)

Nessun Dorma (None Must Sleep)   Giacomo Puccini from the Opera Turandot

Next To Your Mother, Who Do You Love?   Irving Berlin,  Ted Snyder  (1909)

Nola   Felix Arndt, lyrics by James Burns  (1915)

None But The Lonely Heart   P. Tschaikovsky (19th century, with German and English lyrics)

Nothing But A Plain Old Soldier   Stephen Foster Comic Song (1863)

Now Thank We All Our God

My Wild Irish Rose    Chauncey Olcott (1899)

Oceana Roll   Lucien Denni, Roger Lewis  (1911)

O Come All Ye Faithful   John Francis Wade (19th Century Christmas)

O Come O Come Emmanuel   Christmas Traditional

O Dry Those Tears   Teresa Del Riego  (1901)

O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing    Charles Wesley (1739), Carl Glaser (1828)

O For The Wings Of A Dove   Felix Mendelssohn Chorale  (19th century)

Oh, Dem Golden Slippers    James A. Bland  (1879)

Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning    Irving Berlin  (1918, World War One)

Oh! How She Could Yacki Hacki Wicki Wacki Woo   Stanley Murphy, Charles McCarron (1916)

Oh! Johnny Oh! Johnny Oh!!   Ed Rose, A. Olman (1917)

Oh! Oh! Antonio    English Music Hall, CW Murphy and Dan Lipton (1908)

O Holy Night   Christmas Traditional

Oh Promise Me     Traditional Wedding song, Clement Scott, Reginald de Koven   (1889)

Oh You Beautiful Doll    Seymour Brown, Nat D. Ayer (1911)

Oh What A Pal Was Mary   Edgar Leslie, Bert Kalmar  (1919)

Old Pal, Why Don't You Answer Me?   Lewis, Young, Jerome (1920)

Old Rugged Cross, The    George Bennard  (1913)

O Let Me Be A Blonde, Mother!   (comic) - Grace Hoar, F.W. Root  (1872)

O Perfect Love    Dorothy F. Gurney, (1883), Joseph Barnby, (1890)

O Magnum Mysterium   Beautiful, tender Chorale by Tomás Luis de Victoria (1549 - 1611)

On A Sunday Afternoon    Andrew Sterling  (Old Coney Island Song, 1902)

Onward, Christian Soldiers   Sabine Baring-Gould, (1865), Arthur Sullivan (1871)

On Wings Of Song   Felix Mendelssohn, Heinrich Heine  (19th century)

Ol' Texas   (American folk song)

O Mio Babbino Caro   Giacomo Puccini, Giovacchino Forzano from the opera Gianni Schicchi

On A Christmas Morning   William Ogden  (1870)

Once In Royal David's City    Cecil F. Alexander, Henry J. Gauntlett  (1849)

O Rowan Tree   Carolina Oliphant (Scottish Folk Song, 19th century)

O Sole Mio    Italian Song, Ed Di Capua, Capurro (1898)

O Susanna   Stephen Foster (1862)

O The Deep Deep Love Of Jesus    Samuel Trevor Francis  (1875), Thomas John Williams  (1890)

Over The Banister   (19th Century, sung by Judy Garland in MGM musical Meet Me In St. Louis)

Over There   (1917, George M Cohan, World War One Song)

O Worship the King   Robert Grant (1833)

Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile!   George Asaf, Felix Powell  (World War One, 1915)

Palesteena   Con Conrad and Russel Robinson (1920)

Panis Angelicus   Chorale, César Franck (1872)

Paper Doll    Johnny Black  (1915)

Pastyme With Good Company  - Written by King Henry the Eighth Of England (16 century)

Peg O' My Heart    Alfred Bryan, Fred Fisher  (1913)

Peggy O'Neil    Harry Pease, Ed Nelson, Gilbert Dodge  (1921)

Perfect Song, The   Joseph Carl Breil, Clarence Lucas (from D.W. Griffith's Birth Of A Nation, 1915)

Peter's Fountain   (Petersbrünnele - Austrian Folk Song, traditional)

Piano Man    Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder  (1910)

Pilgrims' Chorus   Richard Wagner from the Opera Tannhäuser (1845)

Poor Butterfly    Raymond Hubble, John Golden (1916)

Poor Wandering One!   Gilbert and Sullivan from The Pirates Of Penzance (1879)

Poor Wayfaring Stranger   Negro Spiritual (19th century)

Play A Simple Melody   Irving Berlin  (1914)

Play That Barber Shop Chord   Wm. Tracey, Lewis F. Muir  (Bert Williams song, 1910)

Preacher and the Bear, The   Joe Arizona (1904)

Pretty Baby     Gus Kahn, Tony Jackson, Egbert Van Alstyne (1916)

Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey   Junie MaCree, Albert Von Tilzer  (1910)

Ragtime Cowboy Joe    Lewis F. Muir and Maurice Abrahams and Grant Clarke  (1912)

Ragtime Soldier Man, The    Irving Berlin  (1912)

Ragtime Violin, The    Irving Berlin   (1911)

Selections from Operetta The Red Mill   Victor Herbert, Henry Blossom, includes Isle of Our Dreams, Streets of New York, Because You're You (1906)

Red Wing   Kerry Mills, Thurland Chattaway  (1907)

Rescue The Perishing    Fanny Crosby  (1869)

Roamin' In The Gloamin'   Harry Lauder  (1911)

Rock a Bye Baby  (1886, Effie Canning, Songs Of the Old Homestead)

Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody   (Al Jolson hit) - Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Jean Schwartz (1918)

Rock Of Ages  (2 Versions)

Rose Of No Man's Land, The   Jack Caddigan, James A. Brennan  (World War One song, 1918)

Rose Of Tralee, The   (1870)

Rose Of Washington Square   Ballard MacDonald, James Hanley  (1920)

Roses Of Picardy    Fred Weatherly, Haydn Wood  (1916)

Rosie (Make It Rosy For Me)   Words by Grant Clarke, Music by JL Merkur (1920)

Row, Row, Row   William Jerome, Jimmie V. Monaco  (ragtime, Ziegfeld Follies, 1912)

Rule Britannia    Unofficial British National Anthem  (1740)

Runnin' Wild    A. Harrington Gibbs, Joe Grey & Leo Wood (1922)

Sabre and Spurs   John Philip Sousa

Saint Louis Blues    W.C. Handy (1914)

Sakura   Japanese Folk Song - Traditional

Sally   Haines, Leon, Leo Towers  (1920)

Sally In Our Alley   Henry Carey (1726)

Saved By Grace    Fanny Crosby (1891) George Coles Stebbins (1894)

Say It With Music   Irving Berlin (1921)

Scarborough Fair    English Traditional

School Days   Will Cobb, Gus Edwards (1907)

Scotland The Brave    Scottish Folk Song, Traditional

Second Hand Rose   Grant Clarke, James Hanley (Fanny Brice song, 1921)

Semper Fidelis  John Philip Sousa

Shall We Gather At The River?    Robert Lowry  (1864)

Sheik Of Araby, The     Harry B. Smith, Francis Wheeler, Ted Snyder (1921)

She Moved Through The Fair   Irish Folk Song, Traditional

Shenandoah   American Folk Song

She's Like The Swallow   English Folk Song

She Was Poor, But She Was Honest   Bob Weston & Bert Lee (English Music Hall)

Shine On Harvest Moon   Jack Norworth, Nora Bayes Norworth  (1908)

Ship Ahoy! All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor   E.J. Mills and Bennett Scott (English Music Hall, 1910)

Silent Night    Gruber, Christmas Traditional

Silent Worship   (from a melody by Handel, heard in the film Emma with Gwyneth Paltrow)

Silverheels    Neil Moret, James O'Dea  (1905)

Silver Threads Among The Gold   Rexford, Danks, Daniels, Rice  (late 1800's)

Simple Gifts    Written by Shaker Elder Joseph Brackett, Jr. (1848)

Sipping Cider Through A Straw   Lee David, Carey Morgan  (1909)

Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts For Soldiers   Weston, Darweski  (Al Jolson song, 1914)

Skiddy-Mer-Rink-A-Doo (Means That I Love You)  Felix F. Feist, Al Piantadosi  (1910)

Slumber My Darling  Stephen Foster Ballad (1862)

Spanish Love    Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder, Vincent Bryan (1911)

Skye Boat Song   Scotland Traditional

 Smile And The World Smiles With You
(Weep And You Weep Alone)  -  Jimmy Lucas and Billy Frisch (1919)

Smile In Your Sleep, Bonny Baby   Traditional Scottish folk song  (19th century)

Smiles - J. Will Callahan, L.S. Roberts (1917)

Smilin' Through   Arthur A. Penn (1918)

Snookey Ookums    Irving Berlin  (1913)

Snowy Breasted Pearl   George Petrie  (Irish Folk Song, 1866)

Softly and Tenderly, Jesus Is Calling    Will Lamartine Thompson (1880)

So Long Mary    (1905, George M Cohan)

So Long, Oo-long   Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (1920)

Somebody Stole My Gal    Leo Wood  (1918)

Some Of These Days    Shelton Brooks (1910)

Someone Just Like You, Dear    Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder  (1909)

Somewhere A Voice Is Calling    Eileen Newton, Arthur Tate (1911)

Songs My Mother Taught Me   Antonin Dvorak (19th century)

Some Beautiful Morning (I'll Hold You In My Arms) - Al Jolson, Cliff Friend  (1919)

Song Of Autumn   (Songe d'automne, Archibald Joyce, 1908, last song played on Titanic)

Song Of Love   Sigmund Romberg, Dorothy Donnelly from Blossom Time (1921)

Spaniard That Blighted My Life, The   Billy Merson (1911)

Stop! Stop! Stop! (Come Over And Love Me Some More)    Irving Berlin  (1910)

Stand Up For Jesus    George Duffield, Jr. (1858), George James Webb (1830)

Stars and Stripes Forever   John Philip Sousa

Star Spangled Banner, The   (National Anthem of the USA)  (1814)

Stephen Foster Song Medley from "Gone With The Wind"   (Old Folks At Home, In My Old Kentucky Home, Beautiful Dreamer, Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair)

Streets of Laredo   (American folk song)

Stride La Vampa!   Giuseppe Verdi, Salvatore Cammarano from the opera Il Trovatore (The Troubadour, 1853)

Strip The Bed And Have Another Little Look   C. Collins, English Music Hall, (1914)

Stumbling     Zez Confrey (1922)

Summer Longings   Stephen Foster Ballad (1849)

Suffer The Little Children To Come Unto Me    Stephen Foster Hymn  (1863)

Suo Gan   Welsh Favorite Folk Song, heard in the Steven Speilberg film Empire Of The Sun

Sunrise and You   Movie Love Theme from the Fox Silent Film Classic "Sunrise" (1927), written by Arthur Penn (1918)

Swanee     George Gershwin, Irving Caesar (1912)

Sweet Adeline   You're The Flower Of My Heart - Richard H. Gerard, Henry Armstrong (1903)

Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight    F. Henri Klickmann, Harold Frost  (1915-17)

Sweethearts   Victor Herbert, Robert B. Smith from the Musical Comedy Sweethearts  (1913)

Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi, The    Byron Stokes, F. Dudleigh Vernor  (1912)

Sweet Hour of Prayer    W. W. Walford, (1845), William Batchelder Bradbury, (1861)

Sweet Marie     Raymon Moore, Cy Warman (1893)

Sweet Rosie O'Grady & The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady   Maude Nugent, Walter Donaldson, Brice (1896, 1918)

Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair   Stephen Foster Ballad (1851)

Sylvia   Oley Speaks, Clinton Scollard (1914)

Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty   A.J. Mills, Fred Godfrey & Bennett Scott  (British World War One, 1916)

Take Me Out To The Ball Game    Harry Von Tilzer, Jack Norworth (1908)

Take Your Girlie To The Movies (If You Can't Make Love At Home)   Bert Kalmar, Edgar Leslie  (1919)

Teddy Bears' Picnic, The    John Bratton, James Kennedy  (1907)

Tell Me    J. Will Callahan and Max D. Kortlander (1919)

Tell Me Pretty Maiden  (Are There Any More At Home Like You?)    Leslie Stuart, Owen Hall, from Florodora (1900)

Thank You, Kind Sir!    Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder  (1910)

That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune     Irving Berlin (1909)

There Is A Fountain   William Cowper (19th century hymn)

There Is A Happy Land (Far, Far Away)   Leonard P. Breedlove (1850), Andrew Young, (1836)

There's A Long, Long Trail   Stoddard King, Zo Elliot  (World War One, 1915)

There's A Song In The Air   Karl Pomeroy Harrington Christmas hymn  (1904)

This Is My Father's World    Maltbie D. Babcock  (1901)

There's Nothing True But Heaven   Thomas Moore,  Oliver Shaw (1829)

There Will Be Showers of Blessings   James McGranahan (1883),  Daniel Webster Whittle (1883)

They Didn't Believe Me    (Jerome Kern, 1914)

They're Wearing 'Em Higher In Hawaii    Halsey Mohr, Joe Goodwin (1916)

Three O'Clock In The Morning   Dorothy Terriss, Julian Robledo (1922)

Thunderer, The    John Philip Sousa

Till We Meet Again   Raymond B. Egan, Richard Whiting  (1918)

Too-a-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral  (That's An Irish Lullaby)     J.R. Shannon (1913)

Too Many Beautiful Girls!   Albert Plunkett, English Music Hall (1923)

Toreador March, The   George Bizet from the Opera Carmen (1875)

Toot Toot Tootsie Goo'bye    Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, Dan Russo (1922)

Toyland   Victor Herbert, Glen MacDough from the operetta Babes In Toyland (1903)

Trail Of The Lonesome Pine, The    Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll  (1912)

Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! Along The Highway    Victor Herbert, Rida Johnson Young, from the operetta Naughty Marietta  (1910)

Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!  George Root  (Civil War Song, aka the hymn Jesus Loves The Little Children Of The World)

Trees   Joyce Kilmer, poem, Oscar Rasbach, music  (1922, with sheet music)

Très Moutard (Too Much Mustard)   Cecil Macklin (1911 Rag with sheet music)

The Trout or Die Forelle  - Classical  (Franz Schubert, 19th century)

Try It On Your Piano    Irving Berlin  (1910)

Twelve Days Of Christmas, The    Christmas Traditional

Two Guitars   (Russian Folk Song, traditional)

Two Lovely Black Eyes!   Charles Coborn  (1886 English Music Hall Song)

Una furtiva lagrima (Down Her Soft Cheek A Pearly Tear)  Gaetano Donizetti from the opera L'Elisire D'Amore (1832)

Un bel dì (One Fine Day)   Giacomo Puccini from the opera Madama Butterfly (1904)

Under The Bamboo Tree    Bob Cole  (1902)

Vacant Chair, The   American Civil War Song, George Root, H.S. Washburn (1861)

Valentine's Day   English Folk Song Traditional

Vamp, The    Byron Gay  (1919)

Va', pensiero   from the Giuseppe Verdi Opera Nabucco

Vesti la giubba   Ruggiero Leoncavallo from the Opera I Pagliacci (1892)

Victors March, The   University of Michigan Football Song, Louis Elbel  (1898)

Vienna, My City Of Dreams   Dr. Rudolf Sieczynski, English lyrics: Kim Gannon (1914)

Virgins Are Like The Fair Flower  from the John Gay English Opera The Beggar's Opera (1728)

Vissi d'arte   (I Live For Art)  Giacomo Puccini from the Opera Tosca (1900)

Waiting For The Robert E. Lee - L. Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis F. Muir  (1912)

Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie   Andrew Sterling, Harry Von Tilzer (1905)

Waltzing Matilda    Australian Folk Song

Washington Post March   John Philip Sousa

Wassail    English Folk Song, Christmas Traditional

Water Is Wide, The  ~ aka O Waly Waly - English Folk Song

Way Down Yonder In New Orleans   Creamer and Layton  (1922)

Weel May The Keel Row   (Traditional UK Folk Song)

Weeping, Sad and Lonely   Henry Tucker, Charles Sawyer (When This Cruel War Is Over, Civil War Song, 19th Century)

We Gather Together (To Ask The Lord's Blessing)    Theodore Baker (1894)

Were You There?    (American Negro Spiritual)

We Shall Meet And Love In Heaven   Bella French and music by Thomas Martin Towne (1873)

We Three Kings Of Orient Are    Christmas Traditional

We Wish You A Merry Christmas   Christmas Traditional

Wexford Carol, The     Christmas Traditional

What A Friend We Have In Jesus   Joseph Medlicott Scriven (1855), Charles Crozat Converse (1868)

When I Leave The World Behind     Irving Berlin (1915)

When I Lost You    Irving Berlin (1912)

When I'm Alone I'm Lonesome    Irving Berlin  (1911)

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling    Chauncey Olcott, George Graff Jr, Ernest Ball  (1912)

When I Survey The Wondrous Cross   Isaac Watts (1707), Lowell Mason, (1824)

When Father Laid The Carpet On The Stairs   Nelson Jackson, English Music Hall (1911)

When My Baby Smiles At Me   Andrew B. Sterling, Ted Lewis, Bill Munro  (1920)

When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder    James Milton Black (1893)

When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam'    Irving Berlin  (1912)

When The Saints Go Marching In   James Milton Black, American Traditional  (19th Century)

When Stars Are In The Quiet Skies    Charles Ives  (1891)

When You And I Were Young, Maggie   George Johnson, JA Butterfield  (1866)

When You Kiss An Italian Girl    Irving Berlin  (1911)

When You Look In The Heart Of A Rose   Florence Methven, Marian Gillespie  (1918)

When You're Away  Victor Herbert, from his operetta The Only Girl  (Herbert, Blossom, 1914)

When You Were Sweet Sixteen   James Thornton (1898)

When You Wore A Tulip  (And I Wore A Big Red Rose)   Jack Mahoney, Percy Wenrich (1914)

Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday on Saturday Night    Al Jolson song hit, Sam Lewis & Joe Young & Geo. W. Meyer (1916)

Where Is Thy Spirit, Mary?   Stephen Foster Ballad  (1847)

Whispering    John & Malvin Schonberger  (1920)

Whispering Hope     Septimus Winner  (1868)

Whistler And His Dog, The   Instrumental Song - Arthur Pryor (1905)

White Blossom   Love theme from the D.W. Griffith silent Broken Blossoms, Music by D.W. Griffith, Poem by Hanson Towne (1919)

White Wings   Banks Winter  (1912)

Who Is At My Window Weeping?    English Traditional Folk Song

Who Threw The Overalls In Mistress Murphy's Chowder?    George Geifer  (Irish song, 1898)

Who Were You With Last Night?    Fred Godfrey and Mark Sheridan, English Music Hall (1912)

Why, No One To Love?   Stephen Foster Ballad  (1862)

Why Should I Cry Over You?   Ned Miller and Chester Cohn (1922)

Wibbly Wobbly Walk, The     Pearl Pelham and JP Long (English Music Hall, 1912)

Willow Tree, The   English Folk Song Traditional

Will The Circle Be Unbroken?    Charles Hutchinson Gabriel and Ada Ruth Habershon, (1908)

Will You Remember? (The Sweetheart Solo)   Sigmund Romberg, from the operetta Maytime  (1917)

Wilt Thou Be Gone Love?    Stephen Foster Love Song (1851)

Woodman, Spare That Tree!    Henry Russell  (19th Century)

Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula    E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young and Pete Wendling  (1916, popularized by Al Jolson)

Yankee Doodle Boy   (1905, George M Cohan)

Yanks Started Yankin', The    Charles McCarron and Carey Morgan (World War One song, 1918)

Yearning   Neil Moret, Sidney Carter (1918)

Yellow Rose Of Texas, The    (American traditional, 19th century)

You'd Be Surprised    Irving Berlin  (1919)

You'd Better Be Nice To Them Now    William Tracey and Jack Stern (World War One song, 1918)

You Made Me Love You   Joe McCarthy, James V. Monaco (1913)

You're A Grand Old Flag   George M Cohan, (1906)

You're A Million Miles From Nowhere (When You're One Little Mile From Home)   Walter Donaldson, Sam Lewis, Joe Young (on Domain Two, different p.w.)  (1919)

You Remind Me Of My Mother   George M Cohan, from Little Nellie Kelly (1922)

You Splash Me And I'll Splash You    Arthur Lamb and Alfred Solman, English Music Hall (1907)

You've Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes    Irving Berlin  (1913)

You Tell Me Your Dream   Rexford, Danks, Daniels, Rice  (late 1800's)