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Popular Songs, 1917

All the World Will Be Jealous of Me (Ernest R. Ball, music; Al Dubin, lyrics)

America, Here's My Boy

American Patrol (F.W. Meacham)

Any Time's Kissing Time (from Chu Chin Chow) (F. Norton)

Arizona (Melville Gideon)

Baby (You're the Sweetest Baby I Know) (Nat D. Ayer)

Beale Street Blues (W.C. Handy)

The Bells of St. Mary's (A. Emmett Adams, music; Douglas Furber, lyrics)

Bring Back My Daddy to Me (George W. Meyer, music; William Tracey, Howard Johnson, lyrics)

Darktown Strutter's Ball (Shelton Brooks)

Deep River (spiritual, arr. H.T. Burleigh)

Dixieland Jazz Band One-Step

Down Honolulu Way (Burnett & Burke)

Everybody's Gone Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues (Turner Layton, music; Henry Creamer, lyrics)

For Me and My Gal (George W. Meyer, music; Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz, lyrics)

Give a Man a Horse He Can Ride (Geoffrey O'Hara, music; James Thomson, lyrics)

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Goodbye Broadway, Hello France (Billy Baskette, music; C. Francis Reisner, Benny Davis, lyrics)

Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here (William Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan; adapted by Theodora and Theodore F. Morse)

Hawaiian Butterfly (Joseph Santly, Billy Baskette, music; George A. Little, lyrics)

Hindustan (Oliver G. Wallace, Harold Weeks)

I May Be Gone for A Long, Long Time (Albert Von Tilzer, music; Lew Brown, lyrics)

I'm Always Chasing Rainbows (from Oh Look!) (Harry Carroll, music; Joseph McCarthy, lyrics)

Indiana (James F. Hanley, music; Ballard Macdonald, lyrics)

It's a Mighty Good World After All (Geoffrey O'Hara, music; Robert Service, lyrics)

Johnson Rag (Guy Hall, Henry Kleinkauf)

Jump Jim Crow (Sigmund Romberg, music; Rida Johnson Young, lyrics)

Just My Love (from Three Cheers) (H. Darewski)

Leave It to Jane (Jerome Kern, music; P.G. Wodehouse, lyrics)

Lily of the Valley (Anatole Friedland, music; L. Wolfe Gilbert, lyrics)

Livery Stable Blues (Original Dixieland Jazz Band)

Lorraine, My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine (Fred Fisher, music; Alfred Bryan, lyrics)

MacNamara's Band (Shamus O'Conner, music; John J. Stamford, lyrics)

Mademoiselle from Armentières (Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo) (trad.; Lieutenant Gitz Rice, lyrics)

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Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! (Abe Olman, music; Ed Rose, lyrics)

Over There (George M. Cohan)

Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay (Egbert Van Alstyne, music; Gus Kahn, lyrics)

Send Me a Curl (Geoffrey O'Hara)

Send Me Away with a Smile (Al Piantadosi, music; Louis Weslyn, lyrics)

The Siren's Song (Jerome Kern, music; P. G. Wodehouse, lyrics)

Smiles (Lee S. Robert, music; J. Will Callahan, lyrics)

Some Sort of Somebody (from Vanity Fair) (Jerome Kern)

Someone Else May be There (While I'm Gone)

Sweet Little Buttercup (Herman Paley, music; Alfred Bryan, lyrics)

There's a Little Bit of Bad in Every Good Little Girl (from Three Cheers) (Fred Fisher, music; Grant Clarke, lyrics)

There's a Long, Long Trail (Zo Elliott, music; Stoddard King, lyrics)

They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me (Fred Fisher, music; Joseph McCarthy, lyrics)

Till the Clouds Roll By (Jerome Kern, music; P.G. Wodehouse, lyrics)

Wait Till the Cows Come Home (from Jack O'Lantern) (Ivan Caryll, music; Anne Caldwell, lyrics)

When Shall I Again See Ireland? (Victor Herbert, music; Henry Blossom, lyrics)

Where the Morning Glories Grow (Richard Whiting, music; Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan, lyrics)

Will You Remember? (from Maytime) (Sigmund Romberg, music; Rida Johnson Young, lyrics)

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References for Song Lists

Popular Songs, 1914-1918