The 1920s

Published 2005
Item Details
Publisher, Date:
Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, [2005?].
1 score (223 p.) ; 31 cm.
Other Title:
Nineteen twenties [music].
Essential songs [music] : the 1920s.
Essential songs [music] : the Nineteen twenties.
For organs, pianos and electronic keyboards. In the publisher's EZ Play Today music notation; includes melody lines, lyrics, chord symbols and registration guide.
Ain't misbehavin'
Ain't she sweet
Ain't we got fun?
Alabamy bound
All alone
All by myself
Among my souvenirs
April showers
At sundown
Basin Street blues
Best things in life are free
Birth of the blues
Blue room
Blue skies
Button up your overcoat
Bye bye blackbird
California, here I come
Can't help lovin' dat man
Carolina in the morning
Carolina moon
Chicago (that toddlin' town)
'Deed I do
Down yonder
Everybody loves my baby (but my baby don't love nobody but me)
Far above Cayuga's waters
Five foot two, eyes of blue (has anybody seen my girl?)
Gee baby, ain't I good to you
Here comes the show boat
I can't believe that you're in love with me
I can't give you anything but love
I cried for you
I love my baby (my baby loves me)
I wanna be loved by you
I'll get by (as long as I have you)
I'm looking over a four leaf clover
I'm sitting on top of the world
I've found a new baby (I found a new baby)
If you knew Susie (like I know Susie)
In a little Spanish town ('twas on a night like this)
Indian love call
It all depends on you
Last night on the back porch (I loved her best of all)
Let a smile be your umbrella
Limehouse blues
Linger awhile
Look for the silver lining
Love me or leave me
Love nest
Lover, come back to me
Make believe
Makin' whoopee!
Mexicali rose
Mississippi mud
Moonlight and roses (bring mem'ries of you)
Mountain greenery
My blue heaven
My buddy
My heart stood still
My lucky star
My man
Ol' man river
Paddlin' Madelin' home
Puttin' on the ritz
Rockin' chair
St. Louis blues
Say it with music
Second hand rose
Sentimental me
Sheik of Araby
Side by side
Somebody loves me
Sometimes I'm happy
Song is ended (but the melody lingers on)
Stouthearted men
Sweet Sue-just you
That's my weakness now
Thou swell
Toot, toot, tootsie! (good-bye!)
'Way down yonder in New Orleans
What'll I do?
When my baby smiles at me
When my sugar walks down the street
When the red, red robin comes bob, bob bobbin' along
When you're smiling (the whole world smiles with you)
Who's sorry now
Why do I love you?
With a song in my heart
Without a song
Yes sir, that's my baby
Yes! We have no bananas
You took advantage of me
You're the cream in my coffee.
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