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Classic Tags

for mens voices

Compiled by David Wright


Assisted by Jim Bagby, Kevin Keller, and David Krause

PREFACE
Barbershop tag singing is surely one of the finest traditions arising from vocal harmony. A tag is a short passage consisting of an arrangements ending, or coda, which is taught and sung in sessions of informal chordringing. The tag allows four singers to quickly blend their voices in a few seconds of blissful harmony without the burden of learning an entire song. This manual is an anthology dedicated to the perpetuation of this practice. We have endeavored to chronicle the tag-singing of today and yesterday by collecting the classic tagsthose which have become lore by virtue of having been repeated and passed along from harmonizer to harmonizer. Most of these tags originated within the barbershop community, but a few from neighboring vocal styles have been embraced by barbershoppers and are therefore included as well. It should be noted that some of the tags contain chords which are not accepted in a barbershop contest. We have simply recorded the tags the way they are usually sung, with no editorial corrections. An effort was made to determine the origin of each tag, but this proved to be an impossible task. The source of many of these little gems seems lost in the murky past, perhaps never to be ascertained. When possible we have identified the tags arranger and an approximate date of origin; if the tag was popularized by a particular performer, we have so indicated. The tags appear in no particular order, and no consistent method was applied in labeling them. (Sometimes the tag is identified by its first line, sometimes by the song title, sometimes both, sometimes neither.) The index which appears at the end is hopefully thorough enough to enable the user to locate any particular tag. In some cases there exists more than one common version of a tag, in which case we have attempted to select the one which is most traditional, occasionally notating alternatives using grace notes. Accordingly, we have generally opted for the popular version even when it differs from the arrangers original. Barbershop harmony is typically sung by singers of the same gender; hence a mens version and a womens version have been created. Often the most appropriate interval of transposition between the mens key and the womens key is a tritone, so a tag written in B-flat for men transposes to E for women. It is not unusual to find men and women singing tags together, and in this case they may choose to split the difference in selecting a suitable key by singing it approximately a minor third above where it is written for men, or a minor third below where it is written for women. Many of these tags contain recognizable portions of copyrighted songs and arrangements. Therefore this manual may not be sold for profit. We are advised that, since a tag is not a performable unit, the manual may be legally copied and used for educational purposes. Barbershop choruses will find the tags useful in warm-ups and as exercises in vowel matching, tuning, balance, and vocal production. However, anyone wishing to use this or any copyrighted material in public performance must obtain a legally cleared arrangement. This manual is an ongoing project, to be updated and appended from time to time. The date of the latest revision appears at the top of page one. Many thanks are due to a number of people who assisted us in tracking down information. We would appreciate the help of anyone who can provide missing origins and/or dates of the tags in this collection, and we welcome suggestions for tags which should be included in future updates. I wish to specifically recognize and thank my colleagues Jim Bagby, Kevin Keller, and David Krause for serving as an editorial board for this project. David Wright wright@einstein.wustl.edu i

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. I Love To Sing Em p. 1 Lonely For You Am I p. 1 Way Down South (Where The Black-Eyed Susans Grow) p. 1 Danny My Boy p. 2 My Heart Is Free p. 2 Flower From An Old Bouquet p. 2 Ill Be Seeing You p. 3 Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up p. 3 Lonesome Rose p. 3 The Sunshine Of Your Smile p.3 When I Leave The World Behind p. 4 My Dianne p. 4 Smile p. 4 Cry (Im Sorry I Made You Cry) p. 4 Heart Of A Clown p. 5 Please Dont Give My Daddy No More Wine p. 5 Oh Lida Rose p. 5 Darkness On The Delta p. 6 Wholl Take My Place When Im Gone? p. 6 Sunshine Is Bidding The Day Goodbye p. 6 Well Just Be The Same Old Friends p. 6 Nobodys Waiting There With A Smile (I Hate To Go Home Alone) p. 7 Foolish Over You (Each Time I Fall In Love) p. 7 Last Night Was The End Of The World p. 7 Back In My Home Town p. 8 Friendship And Love p. 8 Run, Run, Run p. 8 Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes p. 9 Gone Are The Memories p. 9 Goodbye Forever, Its Over I Know p. 9 Melancholy Baby p. 10 Lullabye And Goodnight p. 10 Sleepy Time Down South p. 10 Give Me Your Hand To Hold In Mine p. 10 Dont Leave Me, Dear Old Mammy p. 11 Annie Doesnt Live Here Anymore p. 11 Well Build A Rainbow p. 11 Roses I Bring To You p. 12 Snowflakes p. 12 Wholl Dry Your Tears When You Cry? p. 12 So Tired Of Waiting For You p. 12 Darling, That Someone Is You p. 13 Ireland, My Ireland p. 13 Jean p. 13 Irish Mother p. 14 Silvery Moonlight p. 14 Friends p. 14 Buddy, Can You Spare A Dime p. 15 All By Myself Alone p. 15 Back In The Old Routine p. 15 For Life Is Interwoven p. 16 Love Letters Straight From Your Heart p. 16 When I Lost You p. 16 Autumn Leaves p. 17 Rhapsody Of New York p. 17 Lone Prairie p. 17 Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose p. 18 I Know Well Meet Again p. 58 Old Bones (Id Like To Do It Again) p. 18 Through The Years p. 19 61. Im So Alone In A Crowd p. 19 62. She Stole My Heart Away (An Old Fashioned Girl In A Gingham Gown) p. 19 63. In Dixieland Where I Was Born (On The Mississippi) p. 19 64. The Old Dominion Line p. 20 65. Spring Brought Me Flowers p. 20 66. New York Aint New York Anymore p. 20 67. Sonny Boy p. 21 68. What Miracle Has Made You The Way You Are (Gigi) p. 21 69. To Reach The Unreachable Star (The Impossible Dream) p. 21 70. My Old Kentucky Home p. 21 71 Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring p. 22 72. Bye Oh Bye Oh p. 22 73. As Time Goes By p. 22 74. Pal Of My Dreams p. 23 75 I Close My Eyes (I Heard You Singing) p. 23 76. For Me And My Gal p. 23 77. Please Dont Leave Me p. 23 78. Theres No Place Like Home p. 24 79. Mothers Boy p. 24 80. Dont Be Blue When Raindrops Come Along p. 24 81. Midnight Rose p. 25 82. Somewhere p. 25 83. Bright Was The Night p. 25 84. Where Is The Boy p. 26 85. My Love Is Your Love p. 26 86. And Left Me Lonely Nights (Happy Days And Lonely Nights) p. 26 87. Where Is Love p. 27 88. Now Theres No Time For Toys p. 27 89. Over Troubled Waters p. 27 90. Foggy London Town p. 27 91. Little Pal p. 28 92. Evry Time I See You I Cry p. 28 93. The Shadow Of Your Smile p. 29 94. Show Me Where The Good Times Are p. 29 95. Tammy p. 29 96. Hush, Little Baby (Summertime) p. 29 97. Mickey Mouse p. 30 98. Lord, You Made The Night Too Long p. 30 99. Baby, Youre The One I Love p. 30 100. Sure, They Called It Ireland p. 31 101. Till Love Comes My Way p. 31 102. Youre The One Who Made Me Cry p. 31 103. Ill Take Care Of Your Cares p. 32 104. Drop Me A Line, Say That Youre Fine (Do You Really Love Me?) p. 32 105. While Sweet Dreams Rest You p. 33 106. First You Gotta Have Heart p. 33 107. Mamselle p. 33 108. Happy Trails p. 34 109. Please Dont Take My Sunshine Away (You Are My Sunshine) p. 34 110. After Today p. 34 111. Cheer Up, Charlie p. 34 112. Just When I Thought I Was Through p. 35 113. No More Hurryin, Worryin (Down Where The South Begins) p. 35 114. For My Beautiful Lifelong Friends p. 35 115. My Romance p. 35 116. Dixie p. 36

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Classic Tags
for mens voices
latest revision 2/28/01

Compiled by David Wright Assisted by Jim Bagby, Kevin Keller, and David Krause

1. I Love To Sing Em

b Vb b 4 4 ? b 4 b b 4
I

j j . n . J J j . J
I love to sing em,

j j n J .. J j j . . J J J
love to ring em, I I love to ring em,

A n


bar - ber - shop,

j . J J
I

love those

love

to sing em,

# n bb b b n b V
bar - ber - shop chords.


Oh,

n b n
give Give me those


bar - ber - shop


chords! sing - in,

w w
chords!

n b ? b b b b

ring - in j j b N . . b w chords!

w w

Mac Huff

2. Lonely For You Am I

b Vb b 3 4
Lone - ly, so

n
lone - ly for


you


am

..
I


lone - ly for


you

am

n ..
I.

..

? b 3 b b 4

n . .

..

. .

3. Way Down South (Where The Black-Eyed Susans Grow)

b V b bb 4 4 n
Way


down

n bn

w b b

nw

w w

? b b 4 b b 4

, ,

south.

w w

-1-

Renee Craig Sung by the Cracker Jills, 1957

4. Danny My Boy

b Vb 3 4 ? b 3 b 4


my

..
boy,

.. ..


Dan - ny my

..
boy;

..
my

..
boy.

Dan - ny

n ..

. .

. bb .

. .

Bob Bohn Sung by the Easternaires, 1955

b b b Vb b 4 4 ? bb b 4 b 4

5. My Heart Is Free


heart


is

. .
free,

j J j J
I


long

b
to

be

n , ,
way

b
down

w n
home.

My

n .. n


Dave Stevens

b 4 b b V 4 ? b 4 b b 4

6. Flower From An Old Bouquet


youre


just


my

, ,

n n # #
from an

There

in

our

sweet - heart

bow - er,

flow - er

Aw b b b
old

. . , ,


bou -

w
quet.

w w

? bb

. .

bb w

w w

Nancy Bergman Sung by the After Five Four, 1968

-2-

7. Ill Be Seeing You

# V 4 4
Ill be

look - ing at the

w w

moon,

you

w b w w w
moon, but Ill be see - ing

w
Ill be

w b
see - ing

w w
you.

look - ing at the

moon,

?# 4 4

w w

look - ing at the

Bobby Gray, Jr., 1976

8. Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up

b Vb 4 4
Those

n
are

3 U U b N n b w u u

A b b
gang of b b

w w
mine.

w w

wed - ding bells

break - ing

b ? bb 4 4

#b

U u

U b u

up

that

old

w w
3

w w

w w

S. K. Grundy, 1959 Sung by the Four Pitchikers Grace note version sung by the Gas House Gang, 1993

4 V4 ?4 4

9. Lonesome Rose


your

w w
way,

bw w
lone lone - some -

ww
some

w w
rose.

w w

Love

will

come

w w

bb w
lone,

w b
lone -

some

w w

w w
Ed Waesche, 1985

#### 4 V 4 ? #### 4 4

10. The Sunshine Of Your Smile


smile

..

j n J j J

, , the
-3-

My world

for - ev - er:

. .

ww , sun - shine of , your smile. Nw # #

w w

w w

Your

Bill Diekema Sung by the Confederates, 1956

11. When I Leave The World Behind

b Vb b 4 4 ? b 4 b b 4


Be -

when

w
hind.

w
when

leave

the

world

the

w
world

be

hind.

be -

w w
hind.

leave

b b

w w

12. My Diane

V4 4
Im in

# #
see you

w w
smile,

w # w
smile for me,

N #
my Di -

w w
ane.

heav - en when I

# N ?4 b 4

w w

w w

13. Smile

# 4 V 4 ?# 4 4
A

w w
Smile,

bw .

. J .. j J
darn ya,

w w
smile!

.. . .

w .
smile

J
is still

worth -

bb ..
while,

w w

Bobby Gray, Jr., 1986 Sung by the New Tradition

14. Cry (Im Sorry I Made You Cry)


Cry,

#### # 3 . # 4 V
Cry Cry,

made

.
I

you

cry

.. . .

? #### # 3 # 4

made

you

cry

Brian Beck, 1983 Sung by the Side Street Ramblers

-4-

15. Heart Of A Clown

# 4 V 4 #
Sure, if I

#
had the

N
heart


of a

w
clown. I

had the

heart

b w

of

clown.


of a

w w
clown.

w w

?4 4

# #

had the

heart

w w

w w

Lloyd Steinkamp Sung by the Western Continentals, 1968

16. Please Dont Give My Daddy No More Wine

## 4 V 4 ? ## 4 4
Please


dont


give


my

j # .. J
dad - dy


no


more


wine,


no


more

j .. J j J
but hes

## . V .
wine.

#
He


may


be


no

N ..
good,


all

mine,

all

mine.

w w w

# . ? ## .

. .

j J

mine. mine,

all

mine.

17. Oh Lida Rose


My Rose

Vb 4 4 ?b 4 4

w b
Oh Li - da

bw
Rose,

b
be

Nw w
mine.

.. . .

wont you

w b

w w

-5-

j j . . .. .. . . . # J J J Vb 4 4 nJ J
18. Darkness On The Delta
Oh, let me lin - ger in the shel - ter of the

w # w n w
night.

.. . .

?b 4 4

j . j b b n . . . n b b .. .. # J J

Sung by the Bluegrass Student Union, 1978

19. Wholl Take My Place When Im Gone?

b n Vb 4 4
Wholl

A
take my place

j . J .

gone,

w .
gone,

gone,

#w .
gone,

Nw .
gone.

gone.

w w

? bb 4 4

j . b J .

when Im

. b
gone,

gone,

gone,

n
gone,

. bA
gone.

gone.

w w

Sung by the Dealers Choice, 1973

20. Sunshine Is Bidding The Day Goodbye

4 b V 4 ?b 4 4


is

j # J j J

j J j J
day


good -

bw w
bye.

nw w

Sun - shine

bid - ding

the

w w

21. Well Just Be The Same Old Friends

n b Vb b 4 4
Well

A
just


be


the

.
same

friends.


old

friends,

? b 4 b b 4

, ,

old

w w
friends.

w w
Carl Dahlke, 1965 Sung by the Auto Towners

-6-

22. Nobodys Waiting There With A Smile (I Hate To Go Home Alone)

4 b V 4
No -


bod -


ys


there


with

b
a

w w
smile.

?b 4 4

wait - ing

w w w

23. Foolish Over You (Each Time I Fall In Love)

b V b bb 4 4 ? b b 4 b b 4
with

b b
3

Fall-ing in

love

w
you

U b b u " 3 o - ver a - gain with 3 U " b b b u 3


3

you.

w w

. .

you,

" fool-ish o - ver you. " w w w

..

you.
S. K. Grundy Sung by the Sundowners, 1968

24. Last Night Was The End Of The World

12 b V 8 J
My

. . ..

j . # . J j . J .

j .. J j . # . J
to live

..
no

. .
more.


(no

J
more)

. .

. . # .
Last

j j n# J J j j ## J J

j J j J

dream

is oer,

Last night j

? b 12 8

. .

..

end

.
of

..

night

was the

. .

Vb

N ..
end,

..

..

j j b J J
the

. .. . . J
end of

.. . w
world. end

the

world.

.
the

w w .. w .. w

the

.. ? b n

..

j j . b j N .. .. A . . b J . b . J J

of

.. .. b

world.

Bob Brock Sung by the Four Renegades, 1962

-7-

25. Back In My Home Town

b Vb 4 4
Back

in


my


home

U b u

w b

w Nw

? bb 4 4

, town U , b bb u

w w

Val Hicks, 1962 Sung by the Dapper Dans of Disneyland

26. Friendship And Love

b 6 Vb b 8
To the

. .
end

Friend - ship

j j

and

b . . b . .

love

to

the

end

..
end

..

Friend - ship

? b 6 b b 8
To the

. .
end,

j j b
and

love

to

the

. .

. .

love

to

the

end.

Don Clause, 1985 Sung by the Happiness Emporium

27. Run, Run, Run


Run

# 4 w V 4
Run


to the cit - y of

w
ref -


uge, you bet - ter


run,

j .
run,

..
run.

?# 4 4

w.
run.

# V
Run

n
to the cit - y of


ref -


run,

# , , run,

w w
run.

uge, you

bet - ter

w ?#

b w

w w

Bob Dowma, 1975 Sung by the Happiness Emporium

-8-

28. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes

Vb 3 4
Drink to me


on ly


with thine

b
eyes, and


I will not

n
ask

b
for

. .
wine.

. .

?b 3 4

# n
with

n b

b b

bb

..

..

John Hill, 1955 Sung by the Buffalo Bills

29. Gone Are The Memories

V4 4
Gone

b
are the

mem - o - ries

gol - den days

b
ries of

b
all those gol - den


that have gone

w w
bye.

mem

days gol - den days

?4 4

# # b

N .
days

b b

w w

Joe Sullivan, 1962 Popular version

# 3 V 4

30. Goodbye Forever, Its Over I Know


o - ver I

. .
know.


weath - er has

b
turned in - to

Good - bye for - ev - er,

its

Loves warm sweet

n ?# 3 4 U # V u

b ..

b b

# #
love - li - est time of the

..
year

b ..
has

..
gone.

.. . .

..

..

, snow. The U, ? # b n u

..

. n .

. .

. .

. .
Bill Busby

-9-

31. Melancholy Baby

V4 4 ?4 4


Or

#
else I


shall


be


mel - an


chol

w.
too.

#
mel - an - chol - y

w w
too.

bb

N # .
too.

w w

Sung by the Playtonics, mid 1950s

32. Lullaby And Goodnight

V3 4

Lul -

la -

by

and good - night,

?3 4

bb

U , uu 3 u good , U b J u 3 u


night.

. .

. .
Joe Sullivan, late 1970s

33. Sleepy Time Down South

V4 4 ?4 4

When

its

u
time

b w
down

Nw w
south.

sleep - y

U # u

N w

w w

34. Give Me Your Hand To Hold In Mine

# Vb 3 4
Give me your hand


to


hold


in

b
mine,


and


will

?b 3 4


- 10 -

. # , give you my heart, , my b n b .


heart.

heart.

. .
heart.

. .

Lou Perry, early 1980s

35. Dont Leave Me, Dear Old Mammy

V4 4
So


dont

# #

#
I


need

j . . J , ,

b
I


need

w w
you.

.. ..

leave me,

dear old mam - my,

you, mam - my,

?4 4

j . # N b w . w J Lloyd Steinkamp

Sung by Most Happy Fellows, 1977

36. Annie Doesnt Live Here Anymore

# V 4 4 ?# 4 4


gone

w
way,


what

n
more

#
can

a .
say?

An - nies

bb

# N V
An -


nie

b
live

b
here

n
an -

b
y -

w w
more.

. . . .

does - nt

? # #

# b

w w

Burt Szabo, 1982

37. Well Build A Rainbow

Vb 4 4
Well


build


rain -


bow

, ,
in

#
the

w w
sky.

?b 4 4

n b

w w
Earl Moon, early 1970s

- 11 -

38. Roses I Bring To You

3 b V 4

to

you.

. n
ros - es;

. u
Ros - es

b
to

..
you.

.. . .

# ?b 3 4

Sweet - heart

bring,

. .

b#

U b u
I

bring

. .

Bob Bohn, 1969 Sung by the Easternaires

.. 4 Vb 4 . . ?b 4 4

39. Snowflakes

j J
the

b
and


skies

# b

b b

. .
fall

From

j J

dark

drear - y

love - ly

snow - flakes

. .

Willie Randel

40. Wholl Dry Your Tears When You Cry?

V3 4 ?3 4

#
your


tears


when you

b ..
cry? Wholl

.. b b
dry your tears when you

N .. j #
cry?

..

Wholl dry

b .
gone?

b ..

..

..
Burt Szabo, 1978

41. So Tired Of Waiting For You

# V 4 4
So


tired

#
of


wait -

#
ing


for

w w
you.

w w

?# 4 4


- 12 -

w w

w w
Renee Craig Sung by the Cracker Jills, 1957

42. Darling, That Someone Is You

b Vb 3 4 ? b 3 b 4


is

b b
long - ing for


some - one to

U n # n u "
cling

..
dar -

..
-

. .
ling,

My heart

bb

U" b u
to,

and

..

b ..

n ..

b n b V
that

A ..
some dar - ling, that


- one, some - one,


dar - ling, that


some - one is

..
you.

? bb

b b

.
-

b J .
one is you.

. b

. .

some

Joe Liles, 1983 Sung by the Side Street Ramblers

# 3 V 4 ?# 3 4

43. Ireland, My Ireland

..

j J # j J
my


Ire -

b
land,

n
Im


long -

#
ing

n
for

..
you.

Ire

land,

..

# #

. .
Burt Szabo, 1978

44. Jean

Jean,

bon - nie

b Vb 3 4
Come


in -


to

b b
my

N
arms,

b b .
Jean. Jean,

Jean.

bon - nie

? b 3 b 4

b .

bon - nie

Jean.

b b

Jean.
Gene Cokeroft, 1970 Sung by the Suntones

- 13 -

45. Irish Mother

n b n Vb 3 4 A
That old I - rish

U u" U" b u
sweet I - rish

moth -

moth - er,

? b 3 b 4

U . . u " er, of U " . bb . u

. .

..
mine.

n . .

. .

Greg Backwell, 1959 Sung by the Nighthawks

46. Silvery Moonlight

. 3 Vb 4
Moon -

Sil - ver - y

moon- light and


and

star

. b
-

light, and

you.

b
light, and

.
all I can

b
is

. . . .
you.

light

star

see

?b 3 4 .

bb

b b

bb

. .. .

47. Friends

b Vb 4 4
That


not

b
too

long,

. w .

its

j not

too

long

w w
not too

life - times

? bb 4 4 j .. J j .. J
to live

long long,

J
its not to live as

too

w
long

long,

Vb

b
long

j J
as

friends,

w w
friends. friends,

w w

j j

friends.

w w
friends.

w w

? b b

j J

to live

as

w w
friends.

w w

w w
David Wright, 1987 Sung by Ambiance

- 14 -

b Vb b 4 4
Say, dont you

48. Buddy, Can You Spare A Dime

, ,

n b
Im your pal.


Bud - dy,

n , ,
can you spare

w nw
dime?

re - mem - ber,

n ? b 4 b b 4

w w

Greg Backwell 1959 Sung by the Nighthawks

49. All By Myself Alone

V3 4 ?3 4


All


my -


self,


a -

..
lone.

by

bb

..

Rex Reeve, 1959 Sung by the Playtonics

50. Back In The Old Routine

V4 4
Rou -

tine

. w

Id love

j .

to

j
be

there,

just

you

.
there,

w
just

and

j b
me

there,

I'd

?4 4

love j .. J

to

j b J
be

..

you

..

and

j bb J
me

there,

. .

N
back


in

b
those

j . J . j . N . J
good old

j b . . J
vaude - ville

w
days.

those

good old

j b . j . b b . J

days.

w w

? N
back

bb

j . . J

those

good old

days.

w w
Greg Backwell, 1961 Sung by the Nighthawks

- 15 -

51. For Life Is Interwoven

Vb 4 4
For


life


wo


with the


friends


we


used


to

. .
know.

is

in - ter -

?b 4 4

ven

. . .

Mo Rector, 1966

52. Love Letters Straight From Your Heart

### 4 V 4 ? ### 4 4

heart,

w w

from your heart.

w #
from your your

w w
heart. heart.

w w

Love let - ters straight from your

heart, love - ly let - ters love let - ters straight from your heart,

n w w

w w

n w

w w

w w

heart.
Fred King, 1981 Sung by the Pros And Cons

53. When I Lost You

# # V # 3 4
I lost the

# n ..
glad - ness

? ## 3 4 U n u

..

j N# , J that turned , j J

.. # #
in - to

j J

. b


lost

sad - ness

, when j I , .. # N . J

# . V #
you,

b ..
lost

you.

? ## n

, I U , when N . # nb # b u

b
lost

n .

U u you. U u

Nancy Bergman, 1992

- 16 -

### 4 4 V ? ### 4 4

54. Autumn Leaves

j w # . . J
fall. be - gin to when


au - tumn

#w J w
to fall.

When

au - tumn leaves

j . n . # J

leaves be - gin

. .

j w J w

Renee Craig, circa 1960 Sung by the Cracker jills

j .. n ## 4 V 4 J j . ? ## 4 4
town It plays a

55. Rhapsody Of New York

j J j


of


New

w w
York.

w w w w

rhap - so - dy,

It pounds the

heart - beat

w w

New York
David Wright, 1988 Sung by Ambiance

56. Lone Prairie

Vb 4 4 ?b 4 4

And

when

w w
die


you


can


bur

w w
me

w w

w w

Vb

w
sky,

n
on the lone

b
prai -

w w
rie.

, neath the west - ern , ?b

bb

bb

w w

Norman Luboff, 1966 Sung by the Norman Luboff Choir

- 17 -

57. Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose

b Vb 4 4
John - ny

j j . b # . # . . n . J J j j . . b n . . . J J
a rose in

w w
Ire -

. . b
land,

w b A
Ire -

Dough - boy found

? b 4 b 4

, in , . n .

w w
land.

w w

58. I Know Well Meet Again

Vb 4 4
I


a -

. .
gain

some - day.


meet a -

w
gain

b
some -

w w
day.

.. ..

know well meet

?b 4 4

. .

bb bb bn

w w

j j j b . . b 4 . . . b V 4 J J J
and j j . .. ? b 4 . . b 4 J J Just to turn back the pag-es of time

59. Old Bones (Id Like To Do It Again)

j J let my life j j J bJ


be-gin,

Oh,

yeh,

a-gain,

n w
yeh, Oh, Oh,

A .
yeh, Id like to do it a-gain, yeh, a-gain,

n
Oh,

. .

a-gain,

a-gain,

. b b b V
Id like to do it a-gain, a-gain,

..

. . .

Idlike to do it a-gain,

. n b #
I wan-na do it a-gain,

a-gain,

a - gain!

? b .. b

a-gain, Id like to do it a-gain,

a-gain.

a - gain!

b # bn n

a-gain,

a-gain,
Val Hicks, 1982

- 18 -

60. Through The Years

b Vb 4 4
Ill

b
to


you


smil - ing

. b n
through the

w
years.

w w

come

? b 4 b 4

bb b

w w

w w
Gene Puerling, 1954 Sung by the Hi-Los

61. Im So Alone With The Crowd

b 3 b V 4
Old

b
be to - tal

friends seem to

? b 3 b 4

b b n b 3 , strang - ers to me, for Im so a - lone with the , 3 n A

..
crowd.

. .

Rex Reeve, 1952

62. She Stole My Heart Away (An Old Fashioned Girl In A Gingham Gown)

# V 4 4
In


gown she she

..
stole stole, she stole

b
my

a - way.

a -

w w
way.

ging - ham

heart

a - way,

?# 4 4


she

.
my


heart

b w

w w
Earl Moon Popular version

stole

a - way.

63. In Dixieland Where I Was Born (On The Mississippi)

b Vb b 4 4
In

Dix -

ie -

land

where

was

w w
born.

w w

? b 4 b b 4

w w

w w
Burt Szabo, 1980

- 19 -

64. The Old Dominion Line

Vb 4 4 ?b 4 4

to

the

is

#w w
fine.

Lis - ten

whis - tle

blow - in

ev - ry - thing

Vb ?b

# n


is


sail - in

n
on


old

b
Do -

..

w w
Line.

Ev - ry - one

#b

the

min - ion

b#

bb ..

w w
Earl Moon Sung by the Sidewinders

4 Vb 4 ?b 4 4

65. Spring Brought Me Flowers


flow -

ers,

b
you

love.

sweet

w w
love.

Spring

brought

me

brought me

love,

w
love.

w w
Lee Plaskoff, mid 1990s

66. New York Aint New York Anymore

# b 3 b V 4
an - y -

.
more,

b n

b
New


York aint New

? b 3 b 4

b .
York

U u, York an - y U, n b b u

. .
- more.

. . . .

. .

Jay Giallombardo, 1978

- 20 -

67. Sonny Boy

Vb 4 4
I

love

you

.
so,


son - ny

b . b
boy,

b b n
son -


ny

w w
boy.

?b 4 4

n ..

b b

. b

bb

w w

68. What Miracle Has Made You The Way You Are (Gigi)

b Vb b 4 4
Oh, what

. # A n # n J
are, made you the way you

# w w "

mir - a - cle has

? b 4 b b 4 b

b bb nn b

j "b w n b A w J

what mir - a- cle has made you what you are.

Bob Bohn Sung by the Easternaires

69. To Reach The Unreachable Star (The Impossible Dream)

### 6 j V 8 J j ? ### 6 8 J
To

..
reach

..

. .

..

U j J u U j J u

j j j j j J J J J J
the

..
star.

n .. . nn .

..

. . ..

j j j j j J J J J J
un - reach - a - ble

..

. .

Burt Staffen, 1970

70. My Old Kentucky Home

b Vb 4 4
For my

..
old

j J


home

..
far

j w b J j b b J

a - way,

far

j j J

a - way.

w w

Ken - tuck - y

a - way. a - way,

far

a - way.

?b 4 4

. .

j # J

b . .

. b .

w w

Doug Harrington, 1990 Sung by Second Edition

- 21 -

71. Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring

b Vb 4 4
For their

w # n
hearts

. n .

b
were

.
full

? b 4 b 4

n bb

..

, of ,

w w w
spring.

w w w
Sung by the Four Freshmen

72. Bye Oh Bye Oh

b V b bb 4 4
Bye


oh bye oh bye oh


bye


oh bye oh bye oh


bye


oh bye oh bye oh

? b b 4 b b 4

b .. V b b b nn
bye.

b
Good - bye

jU N . J u
Dix - ie,


Dix - ie good - bye,

n
good

w w
bye.

? b b b .. b b

j J

U .. u


good - bye.

w w

Gene Morford, circa 1960

73. As Time Goes By

# 4 V # 4
The

n
world will

U # u
lov -

N
time

#
goes

w w
bye.

al - ways wel - come

? ## 4 4

U u

ers

as

bn

w w

Walter Latzko, late 1950s Sung by the Buffalo Bills

- 22 -

. 3 Vb 4
Oh how I

74. Pal Of My Dreams

pal

dreams

pal

. . ..

. # . . # .
you,

.
pal

.
pal of dreams. my,

. .
of

of

my

dreams.

. .
dreams.

miss

?b 3 4 .

of

my

pal

my

.
of my

. .
Kirk Roose, late 1970s

pal,

pal

dreams.

75. I Close My Eyes (I Heard You Singing)

V4 4 ?4 4


doo doo doo

..
doo doo doo doo doo

. .
doo doo doo doo I


close


my

w w
eyes.

my

w
eyes

. w

b . w

w w

Jay Giallombardo, 1971 Sung by Grandma's Boys

76. For Me And My Gal

# V 4 4 ?# 4 4


for


me


and


my

w Nw
gal.

In

love - land

w w
Sung by the Sidewinders

77. Please Dont Leave Me, Never Go Away

b Vb 4 4
a -


Please way,


dont


me,

b
go


a -

w w
way.

w w

leave

nev - er

? b 4 b 4
a -

w w

b w
- 23 -

w w

w w
Joe Liles, 1968

way.

78. Theres No Place Like Home

V4 4
Be it


ev -

?4 4

er

so

hum

U # N . u , ble, theres no U, b . u

j
place

b b
3

w w
home.

like
3

b b J

w w
Carl Dahlke, 1969

# 4 V 4 ?# 4 4

79. Mothers Boy


Ill

#
be


moth

n
ers


boy,

In

dreams

# b

, ,


moth -

b
ers

w w w
boy.

w w w
Earl Moon

80. Dont Be Blue When Raindrops Come Along

b Vb 4 4
Dont

be

#n
blue when

bb
rain - drops

n
come

long.

to

the

cause

it

lis - ten

pat - ter

? b 4 b 4

bb

w b Vb ? bb

when

the

nw

b
come

a -

w w
long.

real - ly

does - nt

mat - ter

rain - drops

b b


- 24 -

bb

w w

b 4 b V 4 ? b 4 n b 4

81. Midnight Rose

n
ways

A
Mid -


night,

w
Rose.

w w
Rose.

Change your

lit - tle

lit - tle Mid - night

# b

w w

Ed Waesche, 1975 Sung by the Bluegrass Student Union

82. Somewhere
Some how,

# V # 4 4
Some Some -

.
how, how,


some -

day,

some - day,

some

where.

#w w

w w

? ## 4 4

day day,

some - day,

, some

ere. where.

w w

w w

Sung by the Interstate Rivals, 1988

. V4 4 J
She

83. Bright Was The Night

J j

J j


she


would


be


my

#
bride

j ?4 4 .

prom - ised

w .

b
some

day.

w .

w
some

# .
fine

w w
day.

w w w w
David Wright, 1991 Sung by the Gas House Gang

day,

. ? .

bb b

bN ..

# ..

w w

- 25 -

84. Where Is The Boy

n # V 3 4
Where is the

boy,

. b ..

.
where is the

..
boy,

# n #
the boy I used

n
to

..
be?

..

boy,

?# 3 4

# n

..

b b n b

. .

. .

Fred King, 1964

bb 3 b V 4 ? b 3 b b 4

85. My Love Is Your Love

love

#
is


your


love


un -


til

..
die.

My

b b

bb

bb

..

Brent Graham and Dave LaBar, 1982

86. And Left Me Lonely Nights (Happy Days And Lonely Nights)

b Vb b 4 4 ? bb 4 J 4 b
And

j n J j .
And

b
me


ly

nights,


oh, nights.

so

b n .

left

lone

lone - ly nights,


ly


nights,

and

then

n
you

left

me

lone

j n b b Vb b J j ? b . b b J
left

Im lone - ly,

j w j J

j on j you

ly

left

me

lone - ly nights.

and left me lone - ly

nights. Im lone - ly,

j bon j byou bJ J
- 26 -

ly

j left me lone - ly nights. b N J


Earl Moon

w Vb 4 4
Where

87. Where Is Love


is

love.

w J .
where is love,

J
oh

w
where

is

w w
love.

n ?b 4 b b 4

j . w
love.

w w

Frank Bloebaum Sung by the Vocal Majority

88. Now Theres No Time For Toys (All The Little Toy Soldiers)

b Vb 6 8 ? b 6 b 8 J
and

. . .
boys.

..

j J j .

j J j

j J j

j J


for

..
toys.

..

Now

there's

no

time

b .

j b

. .

. .
Jay Giallombardo, 1978 Sung by Grandmas Boys

89. Over Troubled Waters

# V 4 4
O -

ver


will


ease

b
your

w w
mind.

trou - bled

wat - ers

?# 4 4

w w
Fraser Brown, early 1970s

90. Foggy London Town

j 4 b V 4
ooh And in fog - gy Lon - don town the sun was ooh


shin - ing

ev - ry,

shin - ing ev - ry - where.

w w

w w

?b 4 4

j b J

n
- 27 -

ev - ry ev - ry,

where. shin - ing ev - ry - where.

w w

ev - ry

where.
Brent Graham, 1981 Popular version

b b b 3 Vb b 4
So til we

91. Little Pal


meet


a -

again,


heav - en

..

j J
or

n b b
when,

j .. n J j . . n J
a - bout

knows where

? b b 3 b b 4

n . A .

j A J

dont for - get

b V b bb n
me,

b
lit - tle


pal.


Bless


you,


lit -


tle

. .
pal.

? bb b b

.
pal.

..
Lou Perry, 1961 Sung by the Four Rascals

92. Evry Time I See You I Cry

b 3 b V 4 ? b 3 b 4


time


see


you

cry


a -

n
gain.

Ev - ry

cry.

bb
Ev - ry time


see


you

. .

. b

. N .
cry.

..

cry,

n b ? b b

b .

. .

. .
Mac Huff

cry.

- 28 -

j b b 4 Vb b 4 J
The shad - ow of

93. The Shadow Of Your Smile

w w
smile smile, of

n
your smile,

n
are

gone,

w.

are

gone.

nw w

your

when you

? b b 4 j b b 4 J

w
smile

gone. gone, when

n b .

you

are

gone.

w w

gone,

are

gone.

## 4 V 4 ? ## 4 4

94. Show Me Where The Good Times Are

# b


times

w
are.

nb
show me where the good


times

aw w
are.

Show

me

where

the

good

w w

Gene Cokeroft, 1973 Sung by the Suntones

95. Tammy

Vb 3 4 # ? 3 b 4 n

Tam - my, oh,

#
Tam - my,

love

.
I hope that

.
he knows that


Tam - mys in

. .
love.

Tam - my, Tam - my, oh,

Tam - mys in

.
love.

b .

..

Brent Graham, 1990

96. Hush, Little Baby (Summertime)

V4 4
So


hush,


ba -

#
by,

w
dont

. b #w w
you cry.

#w w
dont you cry.

lit - tle

?4 4

#w . # b

# # w
cry.

w w

Sung by the Confederates

- 29 -

97. Mickey Mouse

V4 4
M -


I -


C -

# bb b


M -


O -


U S -

# w
E!

K - E - Y

?4 4


M - O - U - S - E!
(one of several popular versions)

98. Lord, You Made The Night Too Long

b Vb b 4 4
So


who am I to say


youre

. .
wrong?


But


Lord,

But

Lord,

But

n
you made the

? b 4 b b 4 . b . Vb b
night

all

wrong?

Lord,

wrong,

j b j J

the night

too


too too

.
long,

you

made

you

made


the

.
night

the night

? bb

. b

n , too ,

w nw
long.

w w

99. Baby, Youre The One I Love

# V 4 4
Ba -

by,


youre


one

#
I

w w
love.

w w

the

?# 4 4

w w

w w
Renee Craig, 1975

- 30 -

100. Sure, They Called It Ireland

V4 4
And

# #
when they had it


called

#
it

n ..
Ire -

#
-

w w
land.

w w

fin - ished, sure, they

?4 4

b b n

w w

w w
Dave LaBar, 1978

101. Till Love Comes My Way

bb 4 b V 4
Till


love


comes


my

way.

b w .
way,

bw b
till love

comes

my

w w
way.

? b 4 b b 4

..

bb

Nw w
David Wright, 1980

102. Youre The One Who Made Me Cry

Vb 4 4
But

of

. # . . .

j J


man -

#
girls


Ive

N
ev -


er


loved,

all

the

girls,

the

?b 4 4

j b J

.. b V . ? b .

you

one

who


made


me

bw w
cry. cry,

w w
you made me cry.

N w

youre the


- 31 -

b w

w w

you

cry.
Ed Waesche, 1986 Sung by the Basin Street Quartet

103. Ill Take Care Of Your Cares

b Vb 3 4
Al -

b
mine,


for

b ..
now

j J
and all

time,


Ill take

n ..
care

though youre

not

? b 3 b b 4

. .

j J

Ill

take

cares,

b A Vb
care


of


your

.
cares. cares,

b .. . .

of

j your
your

cares.

..
cares

.. . .

of

? b b

j b J

. .

b Vb b 3 4 ? b 3 b b 4

104. Drop Me A Line, Say That Youre Fine (Do You Really Love Me?)

. .
mine.

Drop

me

line,

.. ..

say

that

youre

fine.

that

youre

U .. u

All

Drop

me

line,

say

fine.

, U , n u

bb b V
Tell


me


youre


mine,

, ,


all

..
mine.

? b n b b

A .

..
Ruby Rhea, 1963 (popular version)

- 32 -

105. While Sweet Dreams Rest You

4 b V 4
While


you,


dear old

w
pal,


pal

#
of

w w
mine.

sweet dreams rest

?b 4 4

w w

106. First You Gotta Have Heart

Vb 4 4
First you


got - ta have, got ta have,


got - ta have, got ta have

. w b
heart.

w w

w w

?b 4 4

.. bb N b

w w

w w

107. Mamselle

#
Then

vi -

o -

..
lins

j . . J
will cry,

j .. J
and

j J
will


mam -

.
selle,

vi - o - lins


vi - o - lins


will

?#

. .

j .. J
so

j . . J #
I,

so

j b J

I,

# b . V .
cry,


and


will

b n # n
mam -

w w
selle.

? # . n .

bn


- 33 -

n bb

w w

108. Happy Trails To You

Vb 4 4
Hap - py


trails

# . .
you


til we

w
meet

til we

meet

.. ..


a a -

bw w
gain. gain, til we meet

Nw w
a gain.

to

?b 4 4

. .

til we

meet

b n bw

w w

gain.
Bobby Gray, Jr., late 1970s

109. Please Dont Take My Sunshine Away (You Are My Sunshine)

Vb 4 4
Please

dont

.
take


my

N
sun -


shine

way.

w
way,

a -

w w
way.

n ?b 4 4 b

n b b

w w

110. After Today

Vb 4 4
3

.. b bb


3 3

.. b bb

b b
3

to - day,

af - ter

to

day.

w w
day.

Af - ter to - day,

af - ter to - day,

af - ter
3

?b 4 4
3

bb
3

to - day. to - day,

b b

af - ter

to

w w

Jay Giallombardo, 1971 Sung by the Acoustix

### 4 4 V ? ### 4 4

111. Cheer Up, Charlie

Cheer up, Char - lie!

love


be

n
glad


youre

w
you. Cheer up, Char - lie!

w
I

j n .

you.

w w
you.

w w

Just

w
- 34 -

j . J .
love

w w

w w

you,
Brent Graham, 1986

112. Just When I Thought I Was Through

. 3 b V 4
Just when I

was

#
through


with

# #
fal - ling in

N
love,


ran in - to

. .
you.

. . . .

thought I was

. ?b 3 4
I

b .
was

A # . .

113. No More Hurryin, Worryin (Down Where The South Begins)

4 V4
be -

w
gins,

no

more

hur - ry - in,

no

more

. w

wor - ry - in,

.
wor - ry - in,

b
Im

j . b J .
go - in

w w
south.

?4 4

b ..

hur - ry - in,

bb

j . . J

w w

Renee Craig, 1956 Sung by the Confederates

b V b bb 4 4 ? bb b 4 b 4

114. For My Beautiful Lifelong Friends

. . . .

w .. w w ..

a - gain,thanks a - gain.

w w w b w w

For my beau - ti-ful life - long

friends, hey, Mom and Dad-dy, thanks

a - gain. a - gain,thanks a - gain.

115. My Romance

# 4 n V 4
My ro -


does - nt need a

.. ,
does - nt


need a thing

w w
you.

mance

?# 4 4

. # .

thing thing,

j .

but

w w

thing

- 35 -

Gene Puerling Sung by the Singers Unlimited

116. Dixie

V4 4 ?4 4


A -


a -

A - way,

.
way,

, a - way, , a .
way,


way


down


south

#
in

N
Dix -

#
-

..
ie,


way

. # .
down

w w
south.

w w

. .

w w

w w
Mo Rector, 1963 Sung by the Imposters

- 36 -

INDEX OF TAGS
by Title, First Line, and Common Reference

After Today, #110, p. 34 All By Myself Alone, #49, p. 15 All Mine (Drop Me A Line, Say That Youre Fine), #104, p. 32 All The Little Tin Soldiers (Now Theres No Time For Toys), #88, p. 27 Although Youre Not Mine, For Now And All Time (Ill Take Care Of Your Cares), #103, p. 32 And Boys (Now Theres No Time For Toys), #88, p. 27 And In Foggy London Town The Sun Was Shining (Foggy London Town), #90, p. 27 And Left Me Lonely Nights, #86, p. 26 And When I Die You Can Bury Me (Lone Prairie), #56, p. 17 And When They Had It Finished (Sure, They Called It Ireland), #100, p. 31 Annie Doesnt Live Here Anymore, #36, p. 11 Annies Gone Away (Annie Doesnt Live Here Anymore), #36, p. 11 Anymore (New York Aint New York Anymore), #66, p. 20 As Time Goes By, #73, p. 22 Autumn Leaves, #54, p. 17 Away, Away, Away Down South (Dixie), #116, p. 36 Baby, Youre The One I Love, #99, p. 30 Back In My Home Town, # 25, p. 8 Back In The Old Routine, #50, p. 15 Be It Ever So Humble (Theres No Place Like Home), #78, p. 24 Begins (No More Hurryin, Worryin), #113, p. 35 Behind (When I Leave The World Behind), #11, p. 4 Bless You, Little Pal (Little Pal), #91, p. 28 Boy I Used To Be, The (Where Is The Boy), #84, p. 26 Brahms Lullabye (Lullabye And Goodnight), #32, p. 10 Bright Was The Night, #83, p. 25 Buddy, Can You Spare A Dime, #48, p. 15 Bury Me Out On The Lone Prairie (Lone Prairie), #56, p. 17 But Of All The Girls, The Many Girls (Youre The One Who Made Me Cry), #102, p. 31 Bye Oh Bye Oh, #72, p. 22 Change Your Ways, Little Midnight Rose (Midnight Rose), #81, p. 25 Cheer Up, Charlie, #111, p. 34 Come Into My Arms, Bonnie Jean (Jean), #44, p. 13 Cry, #14, p. 4 Danny Boy (Danny My Boy), #4, p. 2 Danny My Boy, #4, p. 2 Darkness On The Delta, #18, p. 6 Darling, That Someone Is You, #42, p. 13 Dear Old Pal, Pal Of Mine (While Sweet Dreams Rest You), #105, p. 33 Diane (My Diane), #13, p. 4 Dixie, #116, p. 36 Do You Really Love Me (Drop Me A Line, Say That Youre Fine), #104, p. 32 Dont Be Blue When Raindrops Come Along, #80, p. 24 Dont Leave Me, Dear Old Mammy, #35, p. 11 Down Where The South Begins (No More Hurryin, Worryin), #113, p. 35 Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes, #28, p. 9 Drop Me A Line, Say That Youre Fine, #104, p. 32 Each Time I Fall In Love (Foolish Over You), #23, p. 7 Evry Time I See You I Cry, #92, p. 28 Evryone Is Sailin On The Old Dominion Line (Old Dominion Line), #64, p. 20 Falling In Love Over Again (Foolish Over You), #23, p. 7 First You Gotta Have Heart, #106, p. 33

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Flower From An Old Bouquet, #6, p. 2 Foggy London Town, #90, p. 27 Foolish Over You, #23, p. 7 For Im So Alone With The Crowd (Im So Alone With The Crowd), #61, p. 19 For Life Is Interwoven, #51, p. 16 For Me And My Gal, #76, p. 23 For My Beautiful Lifelong Friends, #114, p. 35 For My Old Kentucky Home Far Away (My Old Kentucky Home), #70, p. 21 For Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring (Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring), #71, p. 22 Friends, #47, p. 14 Friendship And Love, #26, p. 8 From The Dark And Dreary Skies (Snowflakes), #39, p. 12 Garland Of Old Fashioned Roses, A (Roses I Bring To You), #38, p. 12 Gigi (What Miracle Has Made You The Way You Are), #68, p. 21 Give Me Your Hand To Hold In Mine, #34, p. 10 Goodbye Dixie, Dixie Goodbye (Bye Oh Bye Oh), #72, p. 22 Goodbye Forever, Its Over I Know, #30, p. 9 Gone Are The Memories, #29, p. 9 Happy Days And Lonely Nights (And Left Me Lonely Nights), #86, p. 26 Happy Trails To You, #108, p. 34 Heart Of A Clown, #15, p. 5 Hey, Mom And Daddy, Thanks Again (For My Beautiful Lifelong Friends), #114, p. 35 Hush, Little Baby, #96, p. 29 I Close My Eyes, #75, p. 23 I Hate To Go Home Alone (Nobodys Waiting There With A Smile), #23, p. 7 I Heard You Singing (I Close My Eyes), #75, p. 23 I Know Well Meet Again Someday, #58, p. 18 I Lost The Gladness That Turned Into Sadness (When I Lost You), #16, p. 16 I Love To Sing Em, #1, p. 1 I Love You So, Sonny Boy (Sonny Boy), #67, p. 21 I Made You Cry (Cry), #14, p. 4 I Wanna Do It Again (Old Bones), #59, p. 18 Id Like To Do It Again (Old Bones), #59, p. 18 Id Love To Be There, Just You And Me There (Back In The Old Routine), #50, p. 15 If We Cant Be The Same Old Sweethearts (Well Just Be The Same Old Friends), #21, p. 6 Ill Be Looking At The Moon (Ill Be Seeing You), #7, p. 3 Ill Be Seeing You, #7, p. 3 Ill Come To You Smiling Through The Years (Through The Years), #60, p. 19 Ill Take Care Of Your Cares, #103, p. 32 Im So Alone With The Crowd, #61, p. 19 Im Sorry I Made You Cry (Cry), #14, p. 4 Impossible Dream, The (To Reach The Unreachable Star), #69, p. 21 In A Gingham Gown (She Stole My Heart Away), #62, p. 19 In Dixieland Where I Was Born, #63, p. 19 In Dreams Ill Be Mothers Boy (Mothers Boy), # 79, p. 24 In Loveland For Me And My Gal (For Me And My Gal), #76, p. 23 Ireland, My Ireland, #43, p. 13 Irish Mother, #45, p. 14 It Plays A Rhapsody (Rhapsody Of New York), #55, p. 17 Jean, #44, p. 13 Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose, #57, p. 18 Just Be Glad Youre You (Cheer Up, Charlie), #111, p. 34 Just To Turn Back The Pages Of Time (Old Bones), #59, p. 18 Just When I Thought I Was Through, #112, p. 35 Landmarks (Im So Alone With The Crowd), #61, p. 19 Last Night Was The End Of The World, #24, p. 7 Let Me Linger In Shelter (Darkness On The Delta), #18, p. 6 Lida Rose (Oh Lida Rose), #17, p. 5 Life Is Interwoven (For Life Is Interwoven), #51, p. 16 Lifetimes Not Too Long, A (Friends), #47, p. 14 Listen To The Patter (Dont Be Blue When Raindrops Come Along), #80, p. 24

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Listen To The Whistle Blowin, Evrything Is Fine (Old Dominion Line), #64, p. 20 Little Boy, The (Where Is The Boy), #84, p. 26 Little Midnight Rose (Midnight Rose), #81, p. 25 Little Pal, #91, p. 28 Lone Prairie, #56, p. 17 Lonely For You Am I, #2 p. 1 Lonely, So Lonely For You Am I, #2, p.1 Lonesome Rose, #9, p. 3 Lord, You Made The Night Too Long, #98, p. 30 Love Letters Straight From Your Heart, #52, p. 16 Love Will Come Your Way (Lonesome Rose), #9, p. 3 Lullabye And Goodnight, #32, p. 10 Mamselle, #107, p. 33 Melancholy Baby, #31, p. 10 Mickey Mouse, #97, p. 30 Midnight Rose, #81, p. 25 Mom And Daddy, Thanks Again (For My Beautiful Lifelong Friends), #114, p. 35 Mothers Boy, # 79, p. 24 My Diane, #13, p. 4 My Dream Is Oer (Last Night Was The End Of The World), #24, p. 7 My Eyes (I Close My Eyes), #75, p. 23 My Heart Is Free, #5, p. 2 My Heart Is Longing For Someone To Cling To (Darling, That Someone Is You), #42, p. 13 My Love Is Your Love, #85, p. 26 My Old Kentucky Home, #70, p. 21 My Romance, #115, p. 35 My World Forever (The Sunshine Of Your Smile), #10, p. 3 New York Aint New York Anymore, #66, p. 20 No More Hurryin, Worryin, #113, p. 35 Nobodys Waiting There With A Smile, #23, p. 7 Now Theres No Time For Toys, #88, p. 27 Of All The Girls, The Many Girls (Youre The One Who Made Me Cry), #102, p. 31 Oh, Bury Me Out On The Lone Prairie (Lone Prairie), #56, p. 17 Oh, How I Miss You, Pal Of My Dreams (Pal Of My Dreams), #74, p. 23 Oh Lida Rose, #17, p. 5 Oh, Let Me Linger In Shelter (Darkness On The Delta), #18, p. 6 Oh, What Miracle (What Miracle Has Made You The Way You Are), #68, p. 21 Old Bones, #59, p. 18 Old Dominion Line, #64, p. 20 Old Fashioned Girl In A Gingham Gown, An (She Stole My Heart Away), #62, p. 19 Old Friends Seem To Be Total Strangers To Me (Im So Alone With The Crowd), #61, p. 19 On The Mississippi (In Dixieland Where I Was Born), #63, p. 19 On The Old Dominion Line (Old Dominion Line), #64, p. 20 Or Else I Shall Be Melancholy Too (Melancholy Baby), #31, p. 10 Over Troubled Waters, #89, p. 27 Pal Of My Dreams, #74, p. 23 Please Dont Give My Daddy No More Wine, #16, p. 5 Please Dont Leave Me, Never Go Away, #77, p. 23 Please Dont Take My Sunshine Away, #109, p. 34 Rhapsody Of New York, #55, p. 17 Roses I Bring To You, #38, p. 12 Routine (Back In The Old Routine), #50, p. 15 Run, Run, Run, #27, p. 8 Run To The City Of Refuge (Run, Run, Run), #27, p. 8 Say, Dont You Remember, Im Your Pal (Buddy, Can You Spare A Dime), #48, p. 15 Shadow Of Your Smile, #93, p. 29 She Primised She Would Be My Bride (Bright Was The Night), #83, p. 25 She Stole My Heart Away, #62, p. 19 Show Me Where The Good Times Are, #94, p. 29 Silvery Moonlight, #46, p. 14

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Sleepy Time Down South, #33, p. 10 Smile, #13, p. 4 Snowflakes, #39, p. 12 So Dont Leave Me, Dear Old Mammy (Dont Leave Me, Dear Old Mammy), #35, p. 11 So Til We Meet Again, Heaven Knows Where Or When (Little Pal), #91, p. 28 So Tired Of Waiting For You, #41, p. 12 So Who Am I To Say Youre Wrong (Lord, You Made The Night Too Long), #98, p. 30 Somehow, Someday, Somewhere (Somewhere), #82, p. 25 Somewhere, #82, p. 25 Sonny Boy, #67, p. 21 Spring Brought Me Flowers, #65, p. 20 Summertime (Hush, Little Baby), #96, p. 29 Sunshine Is Bidding The Day Goodbye, #21, p. 6 Sunshine Of Your Smile, The, #10, p. 3 Sure, If I Had The Heart Of A Clown (Heart Of A Clown), #15, p. 5 Sure, They Called It Ireland, #100, p. 31 Sweetheart I Bring To You (Roses I Bring To You), #38, p. 12 Tammy, #95, p. 29 That Old Irish Mother Of Mine (Irish Mother), #45, p. 14 That A Lifetimes Not Too Long (Friends), #47, p. 14 Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring, #71, p. 22 Then Violins Will Cry And So Will I (Mamselle), #107, p. 33 There In Our Sweetheart Bower (Flower From An Old Bouquet), #6, p.2 Theres No Place Like Home, #78, p. 24 They Called It Ireland (Sure, They Called It Ireland), #100, p. 31 Those Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up (Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up), #8, p. 3 Through The Years, #60, p. 19 Till Love Comes My Way, #101, p. 31 To Reach The Unreachable Star, #69, p. 21 To The End (Friendship And Love), #26, p. 8 Town, It Plays A Rhapsody (Rhapsody Of New York), #55, p. 17 Violins Will Cry And So Will I (Mamselle), #107, p. 33 Way Down Home (My Heart Is Free), #5, p. 2 Way Down South, #3 p. 1 Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up, #8, p. 3 Well Build A Rainbow, #37, p. 11 Well Just Be The Same Old Friends, #21, p. 6 What Miracle Has Made You The Way You Are, #68, p. 21 When Autumn Leaves Begin To Fall (Autumn Leaves), #54, p. 17 When I Leave The World Behind, #11, p. 4 When I Lost You, #16, p. 16 When Its Darkness On The Delta (Darkness On The Delta), #18, p. 6 When Its Sleepy Time Down South (Sleepy Time Down South), #33, p. 10 Where Is Love, #87, p. 27 Where Is The Boy, #84, p. 26 Where The Black-Eyed Susans Grow (Way Down South), #3 p. 1 When The Raindrops Come Along (Dont Be Blue When Raindrops Come Along), #80, p. 24 When They Had It Finished (Sure, They Called It Ireland), #100, p. 31 While Sweet Dreams Rest You, #105, p. 33 Wholl Dry Your Tears When You Cry, #40, p. 12 Wholl Take My Place When Im Gone, #19, p. 6 With you, Falling In Love Over Again (Foolish Over You), #23, p. 7 World Will Always Welcome Lovers, The (As Time Goes By), #73, p. 22 You Are My Sunshine (Please Dont Take My Sunshine Away), #109, p. 34 You Gotta Have Heart (First You Gotta Have Heart), #106, p. 33 Your Smile, My World Forever (The Sunshine Of Your Smile), #10, p. 3 Youre The One Who Made Me Cry, #102, p. 31

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INDEX OF ARRANGERS and PERFORMERS


Acoustix, p. 34 After Five Four, p, 2 Ambiance, pp. 14, 17 Auto Towners, p. 6 Backwell, Greg, pp. 14, 15, 15 Basin Street Quartet, p. 31 Beck, Brian, p. 4 Bergman, Nancy, pp. 2, 16 Bloebaum, Frank, p. 27 Bluegrass Student Union, pp. 6, 25 Bohn, Bob, pp. 2, 12, 21 Brock, Bob, p. 7 Brown, Fraser, p. 27 Buffalo Bills, pp. 9, 22 Busby, Bill, p. 9 Clause, Don, p. 8 Cokeroft, Gene, pp. 13, 29 Confederates, pp. 3, 29, 35 Cracker Jills, pp. 1, 12, 17 Craig, Renee, pp. 1, 12, 17, 30, 35 Dahlke, Carl, pp. 6, 24 Dapper Dans of Disneyland, p. 8 Dealers choice, p. 6 Diekema, Bill, p. 3 Dowma, Bb, p. 8 Easternaires, pp. 2, 12, 21 Four Freshmen, p. 22 Four Pitchikers, p. 3 Four Rascals, p. 28 Four Renegades, p. 7 Gas House Gang, p. 3, 25 Giallombardo, Jay, pp. 20, 23, 27, 34 Graham, Brent, pp. 27, 29, 34 Grandmas Boys, pp. 23, 27 Gray, Bobby, Jr., pp. 3, 4, 34 Grundy, S. K., pp. 4, 7 Happiness Emporium, p. 8 Harrington, Doug, p. 21 Hi-Los, p. 19 Hicks, Val, pp. 8, 18 Hill, John, p. 9 Huff, Mac, pp. 1, 28 Imposters, p. 36 Interstate Rivals, p. 25 King, Fred, pp. 16, 26 LaBar, Dave, p. 31 Latzko, Walter, p. 22 Liles, Joe, pp. 13, 23 Luboff, Norman, p. 17 Moon, Earl, pp. 11, 19, 20, 24, 26 Morford, Gene, p. 22 Most Happy Fellows, p. 11 New Tradition, p. 4 Nighthawks, pp. 14, 15, 15 Norman Luboff Choir, p. 17 Perry, Lou, pp. 10, 28 Plaskoff, Lee, p. 20 Playtonics, p. 10, 15 Pros and Cons, p. 16 Puerling, Gene, pp. 19, 35 Randel, Willie, p. 12 Rector, Mo, pp. 16, 36 Reeve, Rex, pp. 15, 19 Rhea, Ruby, p. 32 Roose, Kirk, p. 23 Second Edition, p. 21 Side Street Ramblers, pp. 4, 13 Sidewinders, pp. 20, 23 Singers Unlimited, p. 35 Staffen, Burt, p. 21 Steinkamp, Lloyd, pp. 5, 11 Stevens, Dave, p. 2 Sullivan, Joe, pp. 9, 10 Sundowners, p. 7 Suntones, pp. 13, 29 Szabo, Burt, pp. 11, 12, 13, 19 Vocal Majority, p. 27 Waesche, Ed, pp. 3, 25, 31 Western Continentals, p. 5 Wright, David, pp. 14, 17, 25, 31

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