The Irving Berlin MP3 Sing Along Song Pages

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You've Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes

Words and Music by Irving Berlin (1913)
This song is totally precious, and to think it was written years
before Mr. Berlin had his own two daughters...he must have
had a premonition that was what God would give him.
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I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now

Words and Music by Irving Berlin (1919)
A funny post-war song about a private in the Great War who, after the war,
offers his commanding officer a job in his father's factory, and now he makes him do all the work.
This song was hugely popular, recorded by all the big name recording artists of the day.
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Two More Piano Related Stories In Song by Irving Berlin
He sure loved his piano...

Try It On Your Piano

Words and Music by Irving Berlin (1910)
She's not buying his message, no matter how he packages it. :)
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ALSO:

Piano Man

(no, not the Billy Joel version, but Irving's, which is cuter)
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The Ragtime Violin

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Publication: Ted Snyder Music Publishers, NY (1911)
Great violin song sung by Fred Astaire and Judy Garland in the MGM Musical Easter Parade
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Lead Me To That Beautiful Band

Written by Irving Berlin and his first brother-in-law E. Ray Goetz
Publication: New York: Ted Snyder Co.,112 West 38th St. (1912)
"I always think there's a band, kid." - Professor Harold Hill
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Someone Just Like You, Dear

Words by Irving Berlin, Music by Ted Snyder
Publication: New York: Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., (1909)
Sweet and romantic love song, alot of fun to sing to your sweetie
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Homesick

Words and Music By Irving Berlin.
     Publication: New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1607 Broadway, (1922)
Another charming song about the love of home and hearth
that deserves not to be forgotten
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That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune

Words and Music By Irving Berlin
Publication: New York: Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., (1909)
One of the earliest of successful Irving Berlin songs,
with a play on the classical "Spring Song" by Felix Mendelssohn
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I Want To Go Back To Michigan

Words and Music By Irving Berlin.
     Publication: New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., Broadway at 47th St., (1914)
Snappy tune written for the folks in the state of Michigan
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When You Kiss An Italian Girl

Words and Music By Irving Berlin.
     Publication: New York: Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., (1911)
Mama mia, that's-a good spaghetti!
(Irving was a funny fellow)
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Is There Anything Else That I Can Do For You?

Music by Irving Berlin, Words by Ted Snyder
Publication: New York: Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., 1910.
Ah, images of sweet domesticity...
they really help to put some men "in the mood", don't they? ;)
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If You Don't Want Me (Why Do You Hang Around?)

Words and Music By Irving Berlin.
    Publication: New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., 1913.
"As Sung by Clark and Bergman in Jesse Laskey's "Trained Nurses.""
What they were trained to do, we'll leave you to guess ;)
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At The Picture Show

Written by Irving Berlin and E. Ray Goetz (1913)
Fun sing along dedication page to my love for the silent movies
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