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Popular Songs, 1916

  All Heaven Is Calling Mavourneen (Geoffrey O'Hara, music; Katherine Ward, lyrics)
  Any Time Is Kissing Time (from Chu Chin Chow) (Frederic Norton)
  Baby Shoes (Al Piantadosi, music; Joe Goodwin, Ed Rose, lyrics)
  A Broken Doll
  Bugle Call Rag (J. Hubert Blake, Carey Morgan)
  The Chicken Walk (Irving Berlin)
  La Cumparsita (G.H. Matos Rodrigues, music; Carol Rowen, lyrics)
  Dixieland, My Home (Geoffrey O'Hara)
  Down Home in Tennessee
  Down in Honky Tonky Town (Charles McCarron, Chris Smith)
  Every Little While (from Some) (Lee White)
  Everybody Loves an Irish Song
  Everybody's Crazy on the Fox Trot (Bennett Scott, A.J. Mills)
Listen to the RealAudio file Good-bye, Good Luck, God Bless You (Ernest R. Ball, music; J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics)Link to copyright/source information
  Hawaiian Sunshine (Carey Morgan, music; L. Wolfe Gilbert, lyrics)
  The Honolulu Blues (James V. Monaco, music; Grant Clarke, lyrics)
  How's Every Little Thing in Dixie? (Albert Gumble, music; Jack Yellen, lyrics)
  I Ain't Got Nobody (Spencer Williams, music; Roger Graham, lyrics)

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  Victor Records advertisement for Geoffrey O'Hara's recording of "Dixieland, My Home"; La Presse, June 7, 1916, p. 2

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  I Can Dance with Everyone but My Wife (from Sybil) (John Golden, music; Joseph Cawthorn, lyrics)
  I Love a Piano (Irving Berlin)
  If I Knock the "L" Out of Kelly (Bert Grant, music; Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, lyrics)
  If You Had All the World and Its Gold (Al Piantadosi, music; Bartley Costello, Harry Edelheit, lyrics)
Listen to the RealAudio file If You Were the Only Girl in the World (Nat D. Ayer, music; Clifford Grey, lyrics)Link to copyright/source information
  Ireland Must Be Heaven, for My Mother Came from There (Fred Fisher, music; Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, lyrics)
  Joe Turner Blues (W.C. Handy, Walter Hirsch)
  Kentucky Home
  Li'l Liza Jane (Ada De Lachau)
  Ma Li'l Starlight (Geoffrey O'Hara)
  Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose (Richard A. Whiting, music; Raymond Egan, lyrics)
  M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I (Harry Tierney, music; Bert Hanlon, Benny Ryan, lyrics)
Listen to the RealAudio file Missouri Waltz (Frederick Knight Logan, music; James Royce Shannon, lyrics)Link to copyright/source information
  My Mother's Rosary
  Nola (Felix Arndt, music; James F. Burns, Sunny Skylar, lyrics)
  Oh How She Could Yacki, Hacki, Wicki Wacki, Woo (Albert Von Tilzer, music; Stanley Murphy, Charles McCarron, lyrics)

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Sentimental songs about Ireland were popular during the Great War; Toronto Daily Star, October 6, 1916, p. 8  

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  Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag (Felix Powell, music; George Asaf, lyrics)
  Poor Butterfly (from The Big Show), (Raymond Hubbell, music; John Golden, lyrics)
  Pretty Baby (from The Passing Show of 1916) (Tony Jackson, Egbert Van Alstyne, music; Gus Kahn, lyrics)
  Roses of Picardy (Haydn Wood, music; Frederick E. Weatherly, lyrics)
  There's a Little Bit of Bad in Every Good Little Girl (Fred Fisher, music; Grant Clarke, lyrics)
  There's a Long, Long Trail (Zo Elliott, music; Stoddard King, lyrics)
  There's a Quaker Down in Quaker Town (Alfred Solman, music; David Berg, lyrics)
  They Made it Twice as Nice as Paradise (And They Called it Dixieland) (Richard A. Whiting, music; Raymond Egan, lyrics)
  Throw Me a Rose (Emmerich Kalman, music; P.G. Wodehouse, Herbert Reynolds, lyrics)
Listen to the RealAudio file Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday (Ernest R. Ball, music; J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics) Link to copyright/source information
  Wake Up, America! (Jack Glogau, music; George Graff, lyrics)
  What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For? (Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, James V. Monaco)
  When You're in Love with Someone Who's Not in Love with You (Grant Clarke, Al Piantadosi)
  Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday on a Saturday Night? (George W. Meyer, music; Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, lyrics)
  Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (Pete Wendling, music; E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young, lyrics)
  You Belong to Me (from The Century Girl) (Victor Herbert, music; Harry B. Smith, lyrics)


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Popular Songs, 1914-1918

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