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"88" grand old songs : containing 88 old favorites that will live forever! : for voice, piano, and uke

Format: Music Score 1928
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1630.18 .E335 1928x
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  q M1630.18 .E335 1928x
Come, Josephine, in my flying machine
Budweiser's a friend of mine
She was happy till she met you
She may have seen better days
She is more to be pitied than censured
The picture that is turned toward the wall
It don't seem like the same old smile
The pardon came too late
The trail of the lonesome pine
There's a girl in the heart of Maryland
The man that broke the bank at Monte Carlo
Wait till the clouds roll by
I've waited, honey, waited long for you
When you're sweet sixteen
Sweet Genevieve
Sweet Marie
My Nelly's blue eyes
The sunshine of Paradise Alley
She is the sunshine of Virginia
It takes a little rain with the sunshine
Bicycle built for two
The band played on
My sweetheart's the man in the moon
Don't wake me up, I am dreaming
You are the ideal of my dreams
When I dream in the gloaming of you
Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder?
Broadway Rose
Rose of Washington Square
My Mariuccia take a steamboat
The Bowery
The belle of Avenoo A
That's why they call me "Shine"
Yes! we have no bananas
How'd you like to be the ice-man?
A little bit off the top
I guess I'll have to telegraph my baby
Strike up the band
I'll be true to my honey boy
The minstrel singer
No wedding bells for me
Any little girl that's a nice little girl
I ain't nobody's darling
Because I'm married now
Beautiful Ohio
Roses bring dreams of you
Good-bye, Rose
By the beautiful sea
Down went McGinty
Mr. Captain, stop the ship
All that I ask of you is love
Only one girl in the world for me
Won't you waltz "Home sweet home" with me
Emmet's cuckoo song
Roll on, silver moon
The upper ten and the lower five
Liberty Bell
Long boy
We don't want the bacon
I don't want to play in your yard
Daddy wouldn't buy me a bow-wow
Molly and I and the baby
Baby shoes
The little house upon the hill
At a Georgia camp-meeting
All coons look alike to me
My gal is a high born lady
On the Mississippi
Johnny, get your gun
Throw him down, McCloskey
They're wearing 'em higher in Hawaii
Down in Bom-Bombay
The Gaby glide
Last night on the back porch
The little widow Dunn
Mary Kelly's beau.

Additional Information
Subjects Popular music.
Publisher New York, N.Y. :Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.,1928
Other Titles Eighty-eight grand old songs
Grand old songs
Contributors Shapiro, Elliott, 1895-1956, editor, compiler.
Platzmann, Eugene, arranger of music.
Language English
Description 64 pages of music ; 30 cm
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