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Fake Book 1

pre 1923
Ver. 1.1
C Treble
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of our needs, her research, and of course her creativity, she was able
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C Treble
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Bass Clef
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12 Street Rag ................................................. 1
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A Good Man Is Hard To Find ............................. 2
Afghanistan .................................................................. 3
After The Ball Is Over .......................................... 6
After Youve Gone ................................................... 4
Aggravatin Papa ......................................................... 8
Aint We Got Fun ....................................................... 7
Alabama Jubilee .........................................................18
Alcoholic Blues ....................................................... 10
Alexanders Ragtime Band .......................... 12
Alice Blue Gown ................................................. 16
All The Girls Go Crazy ......................... 14
Amazing Grace .......................................................... 17
American Patrol .............................. 20
And They Called It Dixieland ......................... 19
Any Time .......................... 21
April Showers ......................... 22
At a Georgia Camp Meeting .......................,,,. 23
At The Devils Ball ................................................ 24
At The Jazz Band Ball ........................................ 26
Aunt Hagars Blues ........................ 27
Avalon ....................... 29
Baby Wont You Please Come Home ............... 32
Back To Storyville ............................... 30
Ballin The Jack ............................ 34
Beale Street Blues .......................... 36
Blue and Broken Hearted ......................... 33
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me . 40
Bluin The Blues .......................... 38
By The Light of the Silvery Moon ........ 42
Careless Love ..... 44
Chicago ................... 45
China Boy ...... 48
Chinatown, My Chinatown ............. 46
Cleopatra Had a Jazz Band ............................... 50
Creole Belles ....... 52
Curse of An Aching Heart .................................. 49
Dardanella ............. 54
Darktown Strutters Ball ................................ 56
Dear Old Southland ............................................... 58
Dixieland Jazz Band One Step ........................ 59
Down Among The Sheltering Palms .............. 60
Down By the Riverside ......................................... 61
Down Home Rag ........................................................ 64
Down In Borneo Isle ............................................. 62
Down IN Honky Tonk Town ................................ 66
Down in Jungle Town .......................................... 65
Down Yonder ............................................................. 68
Easy Riders Gone ................................................... 70
Eccentric ..................................................................... 72
Eh La Bas ..................................................................... 71
Fidgety Feet .............................................................. 74
Flee AS A Bird .......................................................... 80
Floatin Down That Old Green River ........... 76
Floatin Down TO Cotton Town ..................... 82
Foolish Questions ................................................... 84
Frankie And Johnnie ............................................... 81
Grizzly Bear Rag ..................................................... 86
He May Be Your Man ............................................ 88
Hesitating Blues ..................................................... 90
High Society ............................................................... 92
Hindustan .................................................................... 95
Hot Lips ........................................................................ 96
I Aint Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll.... 98
I Cant Let Em Suffer ...................................... 100
I Never Knew I could Love Anybody .......... 102
I want to do the Bear Cat Dance .............. 103
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate ..... 104
Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider .............................. 106
If You Were The Only Girl IN The World 110
Indiana ........................................................................ 108
Ja Da ......................................................................... 111
Japanese Sandman ............................................... 118
Jazz Baby ................................................................. 112
Jazz Me Blues ...................................................... 114
Jelly Roll Blues ................................................. 116
Just a Little While to Stay Here ............. 119
King Chanticleer..................................................... 120
Lasses Candy ......................................................... 122
Lassus Trombone .................................................. 123
Lazy Daddy .............................................................. 124
Limehouse Blues .................................................... 126
Livery Stable Blues (Vocal) .......................... 128
Livery Stable Blues ............................................ 130
Long Gone ................................................................. 132
Love Nest .................................................................. 136
Lovin Sam .................................................................. 134
Ma, Hes Making Eyes At Me ........................... 137
Mama Dont Allow ................................................. 138
Mandy .......................................................................... 139
Margie ......................................................................... 140
Memphis Blues ........................................................ 142
Midnight in Moscow ............................................ 143
Missouri Waltz ..................................................... 144
My Bucket's Got a Hole In It ....................... 150
My Daddy Rocks Me ........................................... 146
My Honeys Lovin Arms ..................................... 148
Oh ................................................................................... 153
Oh By Jingo .............................................................. 152
Oh Didnt He Ramble ............................................. 151
Old Rugged Cross ................................................ 156
Ole Miss ..................................................................... 154
On The Alamo ........................................................... 157
Orys Creole Trombone ...................................... 158
Ostrich Walk ........................................................... 160
Over The Waves ..................................................... 162
Panama ......................................................................... 164
Pearls .......................................................................... 166
Poor Butterfly ...................................................... 163
Pretty Baby ............................................................. 168
Riverside Blues....................................................... 169
Rock A Bye Your Baby ........................................ 170
Rose of Picardy ..................................................... 172
Rose OF Washington Square ........................... 174
Rose Room ................................................................. 173
Royal Garden Blues ............................................ 180
Rufe Johnsons Harmony Band ....................... 176
Runnin' Wild ............................................................. 178
Sailing Down Chesapeke Bay .......................... 182
San ............................................................................... 184
Satanic Blues ......................................................... 181
Second Hand Rose ............................................... 186
Sensation .................................................................. 191
Shake It and Break It ......................................... 188
Sheik of Araby ......................................................... 192
Singin' The Blues .................................................. 190
Sister Kate .............................................................. 104
Skeleton Jangle ................................................... 194
Sobbin' Blues ........................................................... 196
Some of These Days ........................................... 198
Some Sweet Day ................................................... 199
Somebody Stole My Gal .................................. 202
Someday Sweetheart .......................................... 200
St. James Infirmary ............................................ 203
St. Louis Blues ..................................................... 207
Stockyard Strut ................................................. 204
Storyville Blues .................................................. 212
Strut Miss Lizzie ................................................ 208
Stumbling ................................................................. 211
Suez ........................................................................... 212
Swanee ....................................................................... 214
T'aint Nobody's Business If I Do ................. 216
Taint Nothin Else But Jazz .......................... 215
Take Me TO The Land Of Jazz ..................... 218
That Da Da Strain ............................................... 225
That Dixie Jazz .................................................... 220
Thats A Plenty .................................................... 222
There'll Be Some Changes Made .................. 228
Tiger Rag ................................................................... 226
Til we Meet Again ................................................ 229
Tishomingo Blues .................................................. 230
Toot, Toot, Tootsie ............................................. 232
Tuck me to Sleep................................................... 233
Under The Bamboo Tree ..................................... 234
Wabash Blues .......................................................... 236
Waitin For The Robert E Lee ......................... 238
Walkin' the Dog ..................................................... 235
Washington and Lee Swing ............................ 242
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans ........... 240
When Ragtime Rosie Ragged The Rosary... 244
When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves ...... 246
When The Saints ................................................... 243
When You Wore A Tulip ................................... 248
When Youre A Million Miles From Nowhere .... 249
Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go .................... 250
WhiffenPoof Song ................................................. 252
Whispering ................................................................ 253
Wild Cherries Rag ................................................ 254
World IS Waiting For The Sunrise ............. 256
Yama Yama Man ....................................................... 257
Yellow Dog Blues ................................................ 258
Youve Got TO See Your Mama Evry Night ...... 260

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12th Street Rag
Euday L. Bowman - 1914

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C TREBLE
My
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heart's sad and I am all
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a lone - my
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man treats me mean.
Bb BdimF7
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A AA A
I
Bb
re gret -
Bbm
the day that I
F
was born,
Bdim
and
C7
that man I ev er - seen
F
oh
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my
C7
hap pi - ness - is less to day,
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- my heart
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is broke and that is why I say.
F7
Lord a
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good man
G7
is hard to
find
G7
you al ways - get
C7
the oth er - kind
C7
just
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when
F7
you think that he's
F7
your
pal,
you look
Bb
to find him fool in' - "round
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with some oth er - gal then you rave
G7
and you all crave
G7
you wan na -
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see
C7
him in his grave
C7
so if
F7
your man
Bb
is nice
Bbm
take my
Bb
ad
F#7
vice -
F7
and
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hug
Bb
him in the morn in' - kiss
Bb
him ev' ry night give
Bb
him plen ty - lov in' treat
F#7
him
F7
right
Bb
cuz a
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good
C7
man now a - days
F7
- is hard to find,
Bb
so
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hard to find.
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C TREBLE
In the
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land of Af- ghan- is- tan,
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There's
B/F
a Hin-du maidand a man.
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A
She
F7
swore by the stars up a bove
B
- her that
F
he was the one
C7
to love her.
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But
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there came an- oth- er one day,
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stole
B/F
his Hin- du maid-en a- way.
F
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Hin-
F7
du man is lone- ly and blue.
B
In his dreams
C7/E
he's call-
C7
ing to
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her.
E7
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In
E7
Af- ghan-
E7
is- tan,
E7
There's
A
a car- a- van
A/C A/C
B
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by
B
the
B7
fair
E7
o- a- sis, Wait-
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ing for
B
you, And for you on- ly.
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'Cross
E7
the des ert
E7
- sand,
E7
we
A
will find a tem-
G7/B
ple,
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There
B
will be a bri-
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dal day
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for you,my i-
B7
dol, in
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Af- ghan- is- tan.
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Afghanistan

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C TREBLE
Now
Bb
won't you list en - hon ey - while
F7
I say How
Bb
could you tell me that you're
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goin'
F7
a way? -
D7
Don't say that we
Gm7
must part,
F7
Don't you break
G7
your
Bb7 4
ba
Cm7
by's heart.
F7
You
Bb
know thatI've loved you for these ma
F7
ny - years,
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Loved
Dm
you both night
G7
and Day
Eb7 Bb7
Oh hon ey - ba
Gm7
by - can't you
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see
Cm
my tears?
F7
List
Cm7
en - while
F7
I say.
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ter - you've gone,
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and left me cry
Ab9
in' - Af
Bb
ter - you've gone,
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Dm7
there's no de ny
G7
- in' - You'll
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feel blue You'll
F9
feel sad
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Bb7
you'll miss the dear est - pal you've ev er - had. There'll
Eb
come a time
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now
Ebm6
don't for get
Ab9
- it, There'll
Bb
come a time, when
Dm7
you'll re gret
G9
- it. Some
Cm7
day
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When
Cm7
you grow lone
Ebm6
ly
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Your heart will break
Am7
like mine
D7
and you'll
Gm7
want me on
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ly -
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Af
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Bb6
gone
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Af ter - you've gone
F7
A way.
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C TREBLE
Ab E7
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E7 Ab
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C7 Fm
A AA A
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Db Ddim7
Ab
F7
B7 E7 Ab
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Fm C7 Db E7 Ab
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Db Ddim Ab B7 E7 Ab
B BB B
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A A C7 F D
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D A F7 B7 E7 A
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A E7 C CC C
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E7 E7 E7 A
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A F7 B7
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After The Ball

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C TREBLE
Ev
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'ry - morn
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ing,
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- Ev 'ry - eve
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ning,
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C7
Ain't we got
B7
fun!
C7
q = 185
Not much mon
B7
ey,
C7
- Oh, but hon
B7
ey
C7
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Ain't we got
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fun!
F7
5
Bb
The rent's un paid, - dear,
F
We have'nt a car,
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But an
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y
Am
- way,
E7
dear. We'll stay as we are,
Am C7
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ven - if
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we
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owe the gro
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cer
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-
C7
Don't we have
B7
fun?
C7
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Tax col lec
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- tor's
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- get ting - clos
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er
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Still we have
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fun!
F7
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Bb
There's noth ing - sur
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er,
Dm
- the rich
Gm
get rich and the poor
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get poor
Bb
er
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time
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in be tween - time
C7
Ain't We Got
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Fun!
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1921
Ain't We Got Fun


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C TREBLE
I
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know a trif- lin' man,
A
They call him "Trif- lin' Sam".
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He lives in Birm- ing- ham,
B7
'Way down in Al- a- bam'.
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Now
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the
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oth-
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er night, He had
F7
a fight with a gal
B
named Man-
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dy Brymm,
F7
And she
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plain-
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ly sta- ted she was ag-
F7
gra- va- ted, An she shout-
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ed out
F7
to him:
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"Ag- gra-
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va- tin' pa-
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pa, Don't
F7
you try to two-
B7
time me,
E
I said don't two- time me.
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Ag-
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gra- va- tin' pa-
C7
pa, Treat
F7
me kind or let
B7
me be,
E
I mean just let me be.
E7
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List-
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en while I get
E
you told,
E7 A
Stop mess- in' 'round, sweet jel-
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ly roll.
C7
If
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you
E7
step out with a high brown ba- by,
B7
I'll smack you down and I don't mean may- be!
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Ag- gra-
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va- tin' pa-
C7
pa, I'll
F7
do an- y- thing
B7
you say,
E
yes, an- y- thing you say.
E7
C
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But
A
when you go strut- tin', Do your strut- tin' round my way.
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So
Now
Now
pa-
pa-
pa-
pa,
pa,
pa,
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Once
You
Just
you
best
treat
were
be
me
stead-y
care-ful,-
pret- ty,
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Once
Be
As
nice
you
yon
were
can
and
true,
be,
sweet,
But
'Cause
'Cause
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pa-
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pa,
can
pos-
now
beat
sess
sweet
you
a
ma-
fort
do
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can't
what
four
A
de-
you're
that
pend
doin
don't
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on
to
re-
you,
me,
peat!
A
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Ag-
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gra- va- tin' pa-
C7
pa, Don't
F7
you try to
-2-
two-
B7
time me!
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Aggravatin' Papa

C TREBLE
F F7 Bb
A AA A
Bbm F
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C7 F Db7 C7 F
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C7 F C7
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Pro
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hi - bi - tion, - that's the name, pro a - bi - tion - drives
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me in sane. -
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I'm so thirs ty - soon I'll die, I'm sim
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ply - gon na - 'vap o - rate - or
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just
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run dry. When Mis
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ter - Hoo ver - said to cut my din
C7
ner - down,
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I
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did n't - hes i - tate - I did
C7
n't - frown.
G7
I cut my sug ar -
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I cut my coal,
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but now they've cut deep in side
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- my soul. I've got the
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Alcoholic Blues
Albert Von Tilzer 1919

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blues,
blues,
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I've
I've
got
got
the
the
Blues,
Blues,
I'vegot
since
the
they
al
am
co
pu
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hol
ta
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ted
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blues.
booze.
F7
There's
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no
Bars
Bb
more
are
beer
closed
my
and
heart
night
Bbm
to
clubs
cheer,
too,
good
lord
F
bye
y
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whis
lord
key
y
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used
what
to make
to
me fris
do,
ky. - So
So
C7
long
long
hi
hi
ball,
ball,
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good
good
bye
bye
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gin,
gin,
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tell
tell
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me
me
when
when
you're
you're
com
com
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in'
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back
back
Db7
a
a
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gain.
gain.
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Alcoholic Blues 2
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C TREBLE
C
Oh,
Oh,
ma
ma
hon
hon
ey,
ey,
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Oh,
Oh, ma
ma hon
hon
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ey,
ey,
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There's
Bet ter -
a fid
hur
dle
ry
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with
and
let's
notes
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me
that
an
screech
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es,
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Ain't
Like a
you
chick
go
en,
in',
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Like
you
a chick
go
en,
in'
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To
And
the
the
lead
clar
er -
i
man,
net -
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rag
is a
ged -
col
me
ored -
ter - man?
pet,
C
Come
Oh,
and
ma
lis
hon
ten,
ey,
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Come
Oh, ma
and lis
hon
ten,
ey,
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To
Let
a
me
class
take
i
you
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to
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Al
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what's
ex -
peach
an -
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der's
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come
grand
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now,
stand,
C7
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some
brass
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how,
band,
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Bet
Ain't
ter -
you
hur
com
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ry -
in' -
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a
long.
long?
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Come on and
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hear,
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Come on and hear,
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Al ex an -
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- der's Rag time
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Band. Come on and
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hear,
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Come on and
hear!
Bb
It's the best
Bb
band in the
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land.
Bb
They can play
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a bu - gle call like you ne
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ver - heard be fore. -
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So
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na tur - al - that you want
F
to go to war.
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That's
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just the best
G7
est - band what am,
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ho
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ney lamb. Come on a
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long.
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Come on a long.
F
Let metake
C7
you by the hand.
F
Up to the
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Bb
Up to the
man!
Bb
Who's the lea
Bb
- der of the band.
Bb
And if you
37
care
F7
to hear the Swa
F7
nee Ri - ver played
Bb
in rag
Fdim
time. Come on and
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Come on and hear,
F
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C Treble
Eb Eb
Eb
Eb Bb F7
h = 100
A AA A
Bb Bb7 Eb Eb Eb Eb Bb
6
F7 Bb Bb7
All the
12

girls
on
Eb
go
their
craz
knees
y
say
- 'bout
in' -
the way
"Ba
Bb
that I
by," -
walk The
Sayin'
way
"Ba
F7
that
-
I
by,"
walk
-
B BB B
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Hon
Craz
ey
y
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'bout
'bout
the
the
way
way
I
I
walk
walk.
Bb Bb7
Yes,
Yes,
all
they
the
fall
girls
on
Eb
go
their
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craz
knees
y
plead
- 'bout
in' -
the way
"Ba
Bb
that
by," -
walk, 'Bout
Say
the
in' -
way
"Ba
F7
that
by," -
I walk,
26

Hon
Craz
ey
y
-
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'bout
'bout
the
the
way
way
I
I
walk
walk
Bb Bb7
They fall
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Kid Ory 1916
All The Girls Go Crazy

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F7 Bb Bb7
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Eb Bb F7 D DD D
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Bb Bb7 Eb Bb
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F7 Bb Eb7 Bb
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The Grils go Crazy "bout the Way I Walk
1
C TREBLE

In my sweet
C
lit- tle A
C7
lice
B7
- Blue
B7
Gown,
A7
When I
A AA A
first
D7
wan- dered down in- to town,
D7 E7 F
I
D7/F
was
5
both
G7
proud and shy, As I felt
C
ev- 'ry eye,
A7
But in
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ev-
D7
'ry shop win- dow I'd primp,
G7
pass- ing by; Then in
13
man-
C
ner of fash-
C7
ion
B7
I'd
B7
frown,
A7
And the
B BB B
17
world
D
seemed to smile
G7
all a- round.
E7 F7 G
'Til
E7/G
it
21
wilt-
D
ed I wore
D
it, I'll al-
C/E
ways a-
B9
dore
A7
it, My
25

sweet
D
lit- tle A-
G7
lice Blue Gown.
C F C
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Alice Blue Gown (4/4)








1
A
Twas
Through
ma
grace
ma
F
- zing
that
ny
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grace,
taught
dang
F7
how
my
ers -
sweet
heart
toils
Bb
the
to
and
sound,
fear,
snares,
F
That
And
we
saved
grace
have
F
a
my
al
wretch
fears
rea -
like
re
dy -
me.
lieved.
come.
C7
-
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How
T'was
5
once
pre
grace
F
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was
cious
that
lost
did
brought
but
that
us
now
grace
safe
Bb
am
ap
thus
found,
pear,
far,
F
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was
the
and
9
blind
hour
grace
Dm
but
I
will
now
first
lead
C
I
be
us
see.
lieved.
home.
F
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Amazing Grace








1
C TREBLE
Man
Bb
do - lins, - vi
Gb7
o - lins, - Ev
Bb
'ry - bod - y - tun
F7
in' - up, the fun
Bb
be gins,
F7
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A AA A
Com
Bb
ethis way, don't
Gm
de lay, - Bet
C7
ter - hur ry - hon ey - dear, or you'll
F
be miss
F7
in' -
5
Mu
Bb
sic - sweet, rag
Gb7
time - treat, Goes
Bb
right to you head
F7
and trick les -
9
to
Bb
your feet. It's
C7
a re mind - er - a mem
F
o - ry - find
F7
er - of
12
nights
C7
down in old Al a - bam:
F7
You ought to
15

see Dea
G7
con - Jones when he rat
G7
tles - them bones, Old
C7
Par son - Brown danc in' -
B BB B
17
'round
C7
like a clown,
F7
Aunt Jem i - ma - who is past
F7
eight y - three
20
Shout
Bb
in' - "I'm full o' pep! Wtach
Bb
yo' step,watch yo' step!" One
G7
leg ged - Joe danced a-
23
round
G7
on his toe, Threw
Cmin
a way - his cane andhol lered, "Let
Cmin
her go!"
C7
Oh Hon ey -
26
Hail,
Bb
Hail,
D7
thegang's
Eb
all here
Bb
for an Al
C7
a - bam a - Jub
F7
i - lee. -
Bb
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George CObb - 1915

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C TREBLE
They built a lit-
B
tle gar-den for
B
the
D7
rose,
G7
And they called
C7
it Dix- ie- land. They built a
A AA A
sum-
F7
mer breeze to keep the snows far a- way
B
from Dix- ie- land. They built
A
the
5
fin-
G7
est place I've known,
C
When they built
G7
my home sweet home,
C7
Noth-ing
9
was
C7
for-got- tenin the land of cot- ton, from the clo-
F
ver to the hon-
C7
ey comb,
F7
And then they
13
took
B
an an- gel from
B
the
D7
skies,
G7
And they gave
C7
her heart to me. She had a
B BB B
17
bit
F7
of heav- en in her eyes, Just as blue
D7
as blue can be. They put some
21
fine
G7
spring chick ens - in the land, And taught
C7
my Mam my - how to use a fry-ing pan. They made it
25
twice
F7
as nice as Par-
B
a-
D7
dise,
G7
And theycalled
C7
it Dix-
F7
ie- land.
B
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C TREBLE

F
A
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5
F F7
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B G7 C7 F
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C7 F
B
17
C7 F F7
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B F C D
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An y - time
D7
you'refeel ing lone
G7
ly, - An y time
C7
you'refeel ing
blue,
F
An y - time
Bb Bbm
youfeeldownheart
F
ed, -
D7
Thatwill
8
prove
G7
your lovefor me is true.
C7
An y - time
D7
you'rethink ing
14
'bout
G7
me, That's the time
C7
I'll bethink ing of
20
you,
A7
So an y - time
D7
you say you
24
want
G7
me back a
gain,
-
that's the time
C7
I'll come backhome to
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you.
F F#0 C7
An y - you.
F Bb F
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Tho' A pril -
D7
Show ers - may come your way,
G
They bring the flo
D7
wers -
that bloom in May.
G
So if its rain
E7
ing - have no re grets,
Am
-
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Be causeit is
A7
n't - rain ing rainyou know,it's rain
D7
ing vi o - lets. - And where you
13
see clouds up on - the hills,
G
you soonwill see
E7
crowds of daf fo - -
18
dils,
Am
So keep on look
C
ing for a blue
Cm
bird, and list
G
'ning for his
24
song,
E7
when ev
A7
er - A pril - Sho
D7
wers come a long.
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C TREBLE
At a Georgia camp Meeting
A AA A
5
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Bb

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C TREBLE
I had a dreamlast
A
night, That - filledme full of fright: I - dreamt that I was with the
A
Dev
A
il - be low. - In his great
G7
big fier- y hall, Where the
4
Dev-
C
il was giv- ing a
Ball.
E7
I checked my coat
A
and hat and start-ed-
7
gaz-
A
ing at the mer-ry crowd that came to wit-ness the show. And I
10
must
D7
con- fess to you, There were ma-
G7
ny there I knew. At the
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C
Ball, At the Dev-
D7
il's Ball, I sawthe
B 17
cute
G7
Mrs. Dev- il, so pret-ty-
C
and fat,
C
Dressed
G7
in a lit- tle red fire-
C
man's hat.
C
21
Eph-
D7
re-ham, the lead-er man,wha led the band last Fall,
G7
He playedthe mu-sic at the
25
Dev-il's
C
Ball, In theDev-il's-
D7
Hall. I saw the
C
29
fun-
G7
ni-est dev- il that I
C
ev-er saw, Tak-ing
G7
the tick- ets from folks
C
at the door,
C7
33
I
F
caught a glimpse
E7
of mymoth-er
A
in- law,
D7
Danc-ing
D7
with the
G7
Dev-il, Oh!
D7
the lit tle Dev
G7
il, -
37

Danc-ing-
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atthe Dev-il's-
G7
Ball.
C
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C TREBLE
Gm
q = 180
A AA A
F7 Bb G7 C7 F7 5
Gm 9
C7 F7 13
G7 C7 F7
B BB B
17
Bb G7 C7 23
Eb Edim Bb G7 C7 F7 Bb 28
G7 C7 F7 33
Bb G7 38
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Original Dixieland Jazz band - 1918

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Eb
Old dea con - Spliv in, -
Bb+ Eb
His flock was giv in' -
Bb+ Eb
the way of liv in' - right.
Eb7
A AA A
Ab7
Said he "No swing in', -
Fm
No rag time - sing
Bb7
in' - to night". -
Eb E
5
Fm7
Up jumped Aunt Ha gar -
Bb7
and shout ed - out with all hermight:
Eb Eb7 Ab Abm EbBb7
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"Why
Eb
all this razz in', - a bout - the jazz in'? - My boys have just come home,
Eb7
B BB B
13
Ab7
With la test - mu sic, -
Bb7
They play it on the sax o - phone".
Eb
17
Ab7
Oh my, just lis ten!" -
Bb7
the dea con - shout ed - with a moan.
Eb Ab7 Eb
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Aunt Hagar's Blues

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Hear Aunt
Eb Eb7
Ha
Ab
gar's
A
- chil
Eb
dren - har mo - niz
Bb7
- ing. - Hear thatsweet
Eb
mel
B7
o
Bb7
- dy,
Eb
- It's
C CC C
25
like
Ebm
a choir
Eb7
from
B7
on high broke loose.
Bb7
If the
29
dev
Ebm
il - brought
Eb7
it, the good
B7
Lawd sent it right
Bb7
down to me. Let the
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con
Eb
gre
Eb7
- ga
Ab
- tion - join
A Eb
while I sing
Bb7
those lov in' - Aunt
Eb
Ha
B7
gar's
Bb7
- Blues.
Eb
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Oh,
Eb
'taint no use you preach in', - Oh,'tain't
Eb7
no use o' teach in' -
Ab7
Such jazz a - pa - tion -
D DD D 41
such mod u - la - tion, -
Eb
When my feet
G7
say dance, I just
C7
can't re fuse, - When
F7
I hear
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Bb7
that mel o - dy - they call the blues,
Eb
Aunt Ha
Bb7
gar's - Child ren - Blues.
Eb
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C TREBLE

I found
C7
my love in A va - lon, - Be -
A AA A
side
F
the
C7
bay,
F
I
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left
C7
my love in A va - lon, - and
C+7
9
sailed
F
a
C+7
way.
F
- I
E7 Eb7
13
dream
D7
of her and A va - lon - from
B BB B
17
dusk
Gm
'til
D7
dawn.
Bbm6
And
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so
F
I think I'll
E7 Eb7
trav
D7
el - on, to
25
A
Gm7
va
C7
- - lon.
F
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Go- in' back
E7
to Sto- ry-ville, that's where
B7
I long to be,
E7
A AA A
Ain't notime to ask me why.
E7
Ev-'ry-thing
A7
'bout Sto-ry-ville is
3
just a part of me, Since
E
I was just
B7
this high.
E B7
Go- in'
6
back to
E7
ol' De-sire, I know
B7
my way a- round,
E7
Friends I knowwill shake my hand.
B BB B 9
Noth- in'
A7
changes on De- sire, thatstreet
A7
of my home town, the
12
street where I'll take
B7
my stand.
E B7
There's a
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called "The Pup"
G7
that's nev-er- shut,
C
so you can
C CC C
17
drop
F7
a round - most
B7
an-y-time you choose.
E
There's
E7
a
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la-
A
dy tailored- up
G7
in some-thin' cut
C
low, she
21
rolls
C7
the ol' pi- an-
F7
o with the"Jel-ly-
B7
Roll Blues". Goin'
23
back to
E7
Sto-ry- ville, I'm gon-
B7
na' take my horn,
E7
my nif-ty suit, my brush and comb.
D DD D 25
Oh I just
A7
can'twait un til - I'm back where I was born,
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My Sto ry - ville,
B7
- my home.
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1
C TREBLE
Bb
I've got the blues,
Db
I feel
C7
so lone
F7
ly, -
Bb
I'd give the world
Db
if
I
C7
could on
F7
ly - make
Bb
you un
D7
der
D7b5
- stand.
Gm
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D+ Gm7
Itsure ly - would
C7
be grand.
F7
4
Bb
I'm goin'to tel
Db
e - graph
C7
- you ba
F7
by, As
Bb7
you won't you please come home,
Eb
"Cause
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when
Gm7
you're gone
C7
I'm all
F7
for lorn, -
F#
I wor
Gm7
ry - all
C7
day long.
F7
13

Ba
Bb
by - won't you please
D7
come home,
G7
'cause
C7
your mam ma's - all
Gm7
a -
A AA A
17
lone.
C7
I
F7
have tried
F#
in vain,
Gm
nev er - no more
C7
to call
Gb9
your name.
F7
20
When
Bb
you left you broke
D7
my heart,
G7
Be cause
Cm7
- I nev er - thought
Eb
we'd part.
D7
Ev 'ry -
25
hour
Eb
in the day,
E
you will hear
Bb
me
Ab7b5
say,
G7
Ba
C7
by - won't you please
F7
come home.
Bb
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Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Clarence Williams and
CHarles Warfield - 1919

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C TREBLE
Blue,
B
be- cause we're part-
G
ed,
A
Blue,
D7
and bro- ken heart-
G7
ed.
5
C
There was a time I was jol-
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ly,
F7
9
B
You know the rea- son I'm mel-
C7
an- chol-
F7
y.
F&
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Blue,
B
and oh! so lone-
G
ly,
B
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True,
D7
I want you on-
G7
ly.
21
C
We made a blun- der and
E
lots
B
of time
G
I won-
E
der if
25
you're
E
blue
F7
too.
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Blue (And Broken Hearted)

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It's
Folks
G
being
in
done
Geor-
at
gia's
A7
all
'bout
the
to
ca-
go
D7
bar-
in-
ets,
sane
All
Since
E7
so-
that
cie
new
ty
dance
-
A AA A
C7
now
down
has
in
got
Geor-
the
gia
F
craze,
came;
F7
It's
I'm
G7
the
the
best
on-
dance
ly
done
per-
in
son
mod-
who's
ern
to
days,
blame,
4
That
I'm
E7
is
the
why
par-
I
ty
rave
in-
a-
tro-
bout
duced
it
it
so!
there,
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so!
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Play
Give
G
some
me
good
cre-
Rag
dit
A7
that
to
will
know
make
a thing
you
D7
or
prance;
two,
Old
Give
E7
folks,
me
young
cre-
folks,
dit
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C7
all
for
try
spring-
to
ing
do
some-
F
the
thing
dance,
new;
F7
I
Join
G7
will
right
show
in
this
now
lit-
while
tle
you
dance
got
to
the
you,
chance,
12
When
Once
E7
I
a
do
gain -
you'll
the
say
steps
that
to
it's
you
a
I'll
bear!
show:
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you put your two knees close up tight, Then you sway
C7
'em to theleft then you
C CC C
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sway'em
C7
to the right, Step
F7
a-roundthefloor kind of nice and light, Then you
20
Twist
B
a- round and twist
D7
a- round with all
E7
your might,
D7
23
Stretch
G7
lov in' - armsstraight out
G7
in space, Then you do
C7
the Ea- gle Rock with sty-
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le and grace Swing your foot
G7
way 'round then bring
B
it
D7
back,
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Now
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that's
C
what I call
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"Ball-
F7
in the Jack".
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C TREBLE
Bb F7 Bb F7 Bb F7 Bb
You'll

see
see
Beale
Bb
pret
Hog
Street
ty
Nose
Could
-
-
Browns
rest
talk,
'rants -
in
and
If
beau
Chit
Beale
ti
lin
Street
-
-
ful
Ca
could
- gowns,
fe's,
talk,
-
You'll
You'll
Mar
see
see
ried -
A AA A
3
tail
Jugs
men_would
Eb
or
that
have_to
-
Bb
mades
tell
pack
-
Cm
and
of
their
Bb
hand
by
bags
F
me
gone
and
-
-
C7
downs.
days.
walk.
-
F7
You'll
And
Ex
meet
plac
cept -
Bb
hon
es,
one
-
est
once
or
- men,
plac
two,
Bb7
And
es,
Who
-
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pick
Now
nev
Eb
pock
just
er
-
-
ets
a
drink
- skilled,
sham,
booze,
Ebm
You'll find
You'll
And
that
see
the
bus'
Gold
blind
Bb
ness
en
man
-
-
nev
balls
on
er
e
the
- clos
nough
corner
-
es
to
who
- 'til
pave
sings
some
the
these
-
8

bod
New
y
Je
- hets
ru -
F7
killed.
sa - lem. -
Bb
You'll
If
Beale Street Blues..
F7 Bb
Well
Bb7
I'd
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er
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the
be
here,
river,
there,
Than
Than
Bb7
an
May
an
y
be
y
-
-
-
place
bye
place
I
and
I
know.
bye.
know
Eb Eb7
I
I
said
said
I'd
I'm
I'd
B BB B
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rath
goin'
rath
Ab
er
to
er
-
-
be
the
be
here,
river,
there,
Abm
Than
And
Than
an
there's
an
y
a
y
-
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place
rea
place
I
son
I
-
know.
why:
know
Eb
It's
Be
gon
cause -
na
the
New
-
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take
riv
York
Bb7
the
er's
may
-
ser
wet
be
geant
and
all
-
right,but
For
Beale
Beale
to
Street's
Street's
make
done
paved
me
gone
with
go.
dry.
gold.
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Eb Eb7 Ab Abm Eb
Well I'm
I'd
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C TREBLE
pp
Bb Bb7 Eb
f
F7
q = 120

Bb Bb7
A AA A
5
Eb7 Gb7 Bb A7 Ab7 G7 9

C7 F7 Bb F Bb 13
pp
Bb Gb7 Bb Bb7
f
B BB B
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Eb7 Gb7 Bb A7 Ab7 G7 21
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Bb Bb Bb7
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C TREBLE

There
D7
are Blues
Blues
Blues
Gm
that
that
that
you
you
you
get
get
get
Ebdim
from
when
from
wor
sin
sweet
Gm
ry
gle
ie
-
-
-
There
There
When
G7
are
are
she
Blues
Blues
phones
Cm
h = 100
that
that
to
you
will
an
get
give
th
Abdim
-
from
you
er -
pain,
pain,
guy,
Cm
And
And
And
there
there
there
Eb7
are
are
are
Blues
Blues
Blues
D7
when
when
when
you're
you're
your
lone
lone
hon
ly
ly
ey
-
-
-
For
For
spends
6
your
your
all
Gm
one
one
of
and
and
your
on
on
mon
ly,
ly,
ey,
-
-
-
The
The
And
Blues
Blues
Blues
A7
you
you
when
can
can
she
nev
nev
tells
er
er
you
-
-
ex
ex
a
plain;
plain;
lie;
D7
-
-
There
There
There
are
are
are
11
Blues
Blues
Blues
Gm
that
that
that
you
you
you
get
get
get
Ebdim
from
from
when
long
long
mar
Gm
ing
ing
ried
-
-
-
But
To
Wish
G7
the
hold
ing -
blu
some
that
Cm
est
one
you
-
-
Blues
on
could
that
your
be
be
knee,
free,
D7 17
Are
But
But
the
the
the
sort
kind
kind
G7
of
of
of
Blues
Blues
Blues
that's
that
that's
on
al
good
my
way
and
-
mind,
stabs,
blue,
They're
Come
Comes
C7
the
from
from
ve
hi
hav
ry
ring
ing
-
-
-
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mean
tax
wine
est
i
for
-
-
kind,
cabs,
two,
The
The
The
Blues
Blues
kind
F7
my
my
of
naught
naught
Blues
y
y
my
-
-
sweet
sweet
sweet
C7
ie
ie
ie
-
-
-
gives
gives
gives
F9
to
to
to
me.
me.
me.
Bb (D7)
There
There
There
are
are
are
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1
C TREBLE
Place
Act
C
park
two,
Cdim
scene
scene
G7
dark,
new,
C
Sil
Ros
C
v'ry
es
-
-
moon
bloom
is
ing -
shin
all
Cdim
ing
a
- thru
round -
the
the
trees,
place.
Dmin
A AA A
Cast
Cast
Dmin
two,
three,
E7
me,
you,
A7
you,
me
Dmin
Sound
Preach
G7
of
er -
kiss
with
Dm7
es
a
- float
sol
G7
ing
emn
-
-
on
look
Dm7
the
ing -
breeze.
face.
C G7 5
Act
Choir
C
one,
sings,
Cdim
be
bell
G7
gun
rings
C
-
Di
Preach
C
a
er,
-
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logue,
"You
- "where
are
woud
wed
Cm6
you
for
like
e
to
ver -
9
spoon?"
more."
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My
Act
D7
cue,
two,
with
all
G
you,
through,
Em
Un
Ev
Am
der
r'y
-
-
neath
night
- the
the
sil
same
Am7
v'ry
en
D7
- moon.
core.
G7
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By the
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By the Light of the Silvery Moon
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C
of the sil ve - ry - Moon,
D7 E7
I want to
B BB B
17
spoon,
G7
to my ho ney - I'll croon
C
love's
C#0
tune;
G7
Ho ney -
21
moon,
C
Keep a shin in' - in June,
F A7 Dm
Your sil
A7
v'ry
Dm
-
25
beams
C
will
C7
bring
D7
love's
Fm
dreams,
Am
we'll be cud dl - ing -
29
soon,
E7 A7 D7
By the sil
C
ve - ry
G7
- Moon.
C 31

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By the Light of the Silvery Moon 2

C TREBLE
Love,
F
oh love
C7
oh care less - love.
F
You fly
F
right
A AA A
thru my head
D7
like wine.
G7 C7
You've broke
F
the heart
F7
of
6
ma
Bb
ny - a gal,
Bbm
and you near
F
ly - broke
C7
this heart of mine.
F C7
11
If
F
I were
C7
a lit tle - bird,
F
I'd fly
F
from tree to
D7
tree.
G7
B BB B
17
C7
I'd build
F
my nest
F7
way up
Bb
in the air
Bbm
where the
24
bad
F
boys could
C7
not both er - me.
F C7
29
Now
F
I wear
C7
my a pron - high,
F
Now
F
I wear my a
D7
pron - high,
G7
C CC C
33
C7
Now
F
I wear
F7
my a
Bb
pron high,
Bbm
and he
40
nev
F
er, - nev
C7
er - pass es - by.
F C7
45

Careless Love









C TREBLE
Chi ca
E
- go, - Chi- ca- go,
G
That tod-
F7
dl'-in' town,
B7
tod
F7
dl' in' - town,
B7
Chi-
A AA A
ca-
F7
go, Chi- ca-
B7
go, I'll show
E
you a- round, I love
B7
it,
5
Bet
E
your bot-tom dol-lar you lose the blues in Chi- ca-
F7
go, Chi- ca- go, The
9
town
F7
that Bil-
B7
ly Sun-
F7
day could not
B7
shut down!
E/G E/G F7
On
B7
13
State
E
Street, that great street,
G
I just
F7
want to say,
B7
just
F7
want to say,
B7
They
B BB B
17
do
D7(b5)
things they don't
G7
do on Broad- way,
C
Say,
C7
21
They
F
have the time the time
A
oftheir life, I
E
saw a man, he danced with his wife,
G
In Chi-
25
ca
F7
go -
B7
Chi ca
F7
- go - my
B7
home town!
E E F7 B7 29

Fred Fisher - 1922


Chicago







C TREBLE
When
C
the town is fast a- sleep,
E
And
C
it's mid- night in the sky,
E G7
5
That's
C
the time the fes- tive Chink,
E
9
Starts
D7
to
A
wink
G7
his oth- er eye.
C
13
Starts
D
to wink his dream- y eye,
17
La-
D7
zi- ly you'll hear him sigh:
G7 G7 G&7
21


Jean Schwartz & William Jerome - 1906
Chinatown, My Chinatown

Chi-
C
na town,
G&7
my Chi-
C
na town,
A AA A
25
Where
C
the lights are low,
G7
29
Hearts
G7
that know no
E7
oth-
A
er land
33
Drift-
D7
ing to and fro.
G7 G&7
37
Dream-
C
y, dream-
G&7
y, Chi-
C
na- town,
B BB B
41
Al-
C
mond eyes
C7
of
C&7
brown,
F A7/E D
45
Hearts
F
seem light
F6
and life
C
seems bright,
G6/B A7
In
49

dream-
D7
y Chi-
G7
na- town.
C C D7 G7
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Chinatown, My Chinatown 2

C TREBLE
Chi
F
na - boy go sleep,
q = 160
A AA A
Close
F
your eyes
F F E7
don't
Eb7
peep,
D7 5
Sand
G7
man - soon will come,
9
While
Bbm
I soft ly - hum.
F Eb7 13
Bud
Ab
dha - smiles
Eb7
on you,
Ab
B BB B
17
Moon
Ab
man - loves
Eb7
you too.
Ab
So,
21
while
Ab
their watch
Eb7
they keep,
Ab C7 25
Chi
F
na - boy
C7
go sleep.
F 29

China Boy
Winfree/Boutelje - 1922





C TREBLE
E E B B F7
You

made
B
me what
B
I am
B
to- day,
B7
I
A AA A
5
hope
E
you're sat-
E
is- fied.
B
You
9
dragged
F7
me down and down
B
un-
F7
til
B
the
13
soul
C7
with- in me died.
F7
You
17
shat-
B
tered each
B
and ev-
B
'ry dream,
B7
You
B BB B
21
fooled
E
me from
A7
the start.
D7 E F
And
D7/F
25
though
E
you're not true
E
I still
B/F
love
D7
you,
G7
That's the
29

curse
C7
of an ach-
F7
ing heart.
B
33

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C TREBLE
His- to-
G
ry
E7
re- peats
A7
it- self,
D7
So the wise men say.
G
I be -
A
lieve
G
they're right
B
be-
B
cause
A
last night I heard
A7
pe- cu- liar mus- ic play.
D7 D D7 D& 5
In
G
a dream
E7
it takes
A7
me back two thou-
D7
sand years
E
a- go.
E
Which
F
9
on-
E6
ly goes
A7
to prove
E6
that E-
A7
gyp-
E6
tians were
A7
not slow.
D7
Cle- o- pa-
B
tra had
B
a
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jazz
A7
band,
D7
In her cas- tle on the Nile.
G
Ev- 'ry night
B
she gave
B
a
B 17
jazz
A7
dance,
D7
In her queer E gyp- - tian style.
G7
She won
E&
Marc
E7
21
An-
A7
to- ny,
E6 E7 D7
With her syn- co- pa- ted har-
G/B
mo- ny.
A G
And while
B/F
they
E7 25
played,
D7
She
F
swayed.
A7/E A7
She knew she had him all the while.
D7
In the sha-
B
dow of
B
the
29
pyr- a-
A7
mids,
D7
'Neath the old E gyp- tian - moon,
G
A Sphinx
B
was
C
33
look-
A7
ing on
D7
and said:
G7
"There'll be a wed
F7(b5)
ding - soon".
B B B7
But
C7
the
B7 37
real
E7
his- tor- ic scan-
A7
dal, was Cle-
D7
o lost her san-
G
dal as
B
she
B
41

danced
A6
to the strains
D7
of the E- gyp-
A6
tian jazz
D7
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1
C TREBLE
Bb F
C7 F C#7 G7 C7 5
Bb F D7 9
G7 C7 F E7 F7 13

Bb C7 F7 Bb Bb
A AA A
17
F7 Bb Bb 22
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My
NC
Cre
When
ole
stars
-
35
Belle
shine
Eb
I
I'll
love
call
her
her mine,
well
Bb
My
my
lit
dar
tle
lin'
-
-
dar
ba
F7
lin'
by
-
-
my
my
Cre
Cre
ole
ole
-
-
Belle
Belle.
Bb
B BB B
39
B
My cre
When
ole
stars
- belle
shine
Eb
I
I'll
love
call
her
her
well
mine,
Bb
my
my
dar
lit
lin'
tle
-
-
46
ba
dar
F7
by
lin'
-
-
my
my
Cre
Cre
ole
ole
-
-
Belle.
Belle.
Bb 51

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F7
Bb Bb C7 F7 61
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C TREBLE
C C C C
Down
C
be-side the Dar-da- nel- la Bay, Where Or- i- en- tal breez-es
A AA A
5
play,
G7
Therelives a lone-some maid Ar- me-
C
ni an -
9
By
C
the Dar- da-nelles with glow-ing- eyes, Shelooks a cross - the seas and
13
sighs,
G7
And weaves herlove spell so si- re-
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ni- an.
17
Soon
A
I shall
B7(b5)
re turn - to Turk-
E7
e- stan.
A
B BB B
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I
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will ask
A7(b5)
for her heart
D7
and hand.
G G7
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Dardanella
Felix Bernard & Johnny Black - 1919

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sweet Dar-da- nel- la,
G7
I loveyour ha-rem eyes.
C
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I'm
C
a luck- y fel-low
G7
To cap-ture-such a prize.
C
Oh Al-lah
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knows
F
my love for you, And he tells
C
you to be true,
A7
Dar-da-
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nel-
D7
la, oh hear my sigh,
G7
My Or- i- en- tal,
41
Oh,
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sweet Dar- da- nel- la,
G7
Pre-parethewed-ding wine,
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There'll be
D DD D
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one
F
girl in my ha- rem when you're mine.
E7 F7 G
We'll build
E7/G
a
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A7
just like the chil-dren- of
D7
the Or- i- ent.
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sweet Dar- da- nel- la,
G7
My star of love di- vine.
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C TREBLE
B
I've
We'll
got
meet
B
some
our
good
high
C7
toned
news
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hon
neigh
F7
ey,
bors,
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An
An
in
ex
vi
hi
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bi
B
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tion
tion
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to
of
the
the
A AA A
Dark
"ba
F7
town
by -
Ball.
Dolls",
It's
And
a
each
ver
one
F7
y
will
- swell
do
af
their
fair,
best,
F7
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E7 D7
All
Just
the
to
4
"high
out
G
browns"
class
-
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will
all
C7
be
the
there.
rest.
F7
I'll
And
wear
there'll
my
be
high
danc
B
silk
ers -
hat
from
B
and
ev
a
'ry -
frock
for
F7
tail
eign
coat,
land,
You
The
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wear
clas
D7
your
sic, -
Par
buck
is
and
- gown
wing,
and
and
your
the
new
wood
G
silk
en -
shawl,
clog.
There
We'll
ain't
win
F
no
that
doubt
fif
F&7
a
ty -
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11
bout
dol
D
it
lar -
babe,
prize
F7
We'll
When
be
we
the
step
best
out
G
dressed
and
in
"Walk
C7
the
the
hall.
Dog".
F7
I'll be
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Darktown Strutter's Ball
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to get you in a tax i - hon
G7
ey, - You'd bet
C7
ter be read- y a bouthalf past eight.
B BB B
17
F7
Now dear ie - don't be late I want to be
Bb/D
there when
Bb
the band
Cm7
starts play
F7
ing, - Re-
21
mem
Bb
ber - when we get there hon
G7
ey, - The two
C7
steps I'm goin'to have'em all. Goin' to
C CC C
25
dance
Eb
out both my shoes,
E
When they play
Bb
the"Jel
A7
- ly Roll Blues"
G7
To -
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mor
C7
row - night at the Dar
F7
town Strut ter's Ball.
Bb Bdim Cm7 F7
I'll be
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C TREBLE
I
F
want to stray
E& A/E
to the town I
C7/E
was born,
F
My home
E&
town,
A/E
My lit- tle home
C7/E
town.
I
B
want to play
D B7
in the cot-
C7
ton and corn,
F
To feel
E&
it,
A/E
I used to steal
C7/E
it.
5
I
F
want to hear
E& A/E
dear old Moth-er-
A7
each morn,
D D
9
say-
F
ing "Go long,
A
go long,
B7
go long, go
C7
long to school".
F C7
13
Dear,
Dear,
F F&
Dear
Dear
Old
Old
Sputh
South-
B
land,
land,
B
I
for
A
17
hear
you
F
you
my
call-
heart
B
ing
is
to
yearn-
F
me.
ing.
D7 G7
And
And
C7
I
I
21
long,
long
F F&
how
just
I
to
long
see
B
to
once
roam
more
B
back
the
25
to
land
F
my
I
old
love
A C7/G
Ken-
that
tuck-
Swan-
C7
y
ee
home.
shore.
F B7 F
29


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Dear Old Southland

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Bb Bb F7 F7 C7 F7
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A AA A
Bb Bb7 F Bb Bb Bb
6
F7
F7 C7 F7 Bb Bb7 F
11
Bb
Bb Eb Cm7 Fm7
B BB B
16
Bb Eb Eb Bb Eb
22
Cm C7 Fm F#dim Eb Bb7 Eb7
28
Ab Ab C7 C7 F7 F7
C CC C
33
Bb Bb7 Eb Eb Ab
39
Cm G7 Cm F7 Eb7
45
Ab Ab C7 C7 F7 F7
D DD D
49
Bb Bb7 Db Ddim
55
Ab F7 Bb7 Eb Ab Ab
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C TREBLE
Down
B
a- mong the shel-
B7
ter-
A7
ing
A7
palms,
G7
Oh hon- ey
A AA A
wait
C7
for me; Oh hon- ey wait for me;
5
Meet
F7
me down by the old Gold- en Gate,
9
Out
B
where the sun goes down
C9
a- bout eight.
F7
13
How
B7
my love is burn-
E
ing, burn- ing, burn- ing,
B BB B
17
How
G7
my heart is yearn-
C7
ing, yearn-ing, yearn-
F7
ing to
G
be
21
Down
B
A mong - the Shel-
B7
ter-
A7
ing
A7
Palms,
G7
Oh hon- ey
25
wait
C9
for
F9
me.
B
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Abe Olman - 1914
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Gon na - lay
F
down my sword
F
and shield
F
down by the riv
F
er - side, -
q = 180
C7
down by the riv
C7
er - side,
F
Down by the riv
F
er - side. Gon na -
5
lay
F
down my sword
F
and shield
F
down by the riv
F
er - side down
C7
by the
9
riv
C7
er - side.
F F
Ain't gon na - stu
Bb
dy - war no more
Bb
I ain't gon na -
A AA A
14
stu
F
dy - war no more
F
I ain't gon na - stu
C7
dy - that
C7
war no more
F
19
F
I ain't gon na - stu
Bb
dy - war no more
Bb
I ain't gon na - stu
F
dy - war no
24
more
F
you know I'll stu
C7
dy - war
C7
no more.
F
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Down By The Riverside

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2. Gonna stick my sword in the golden sand
3. Gonna put on my long white robe
4. Gonna put on my starry crown
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C TREBLE
Far
C
a- way in Jun- gle land,
A
Jun-
F
gle, Jun- gle, Jun-
G7
gle land,
C
Tuba- Toms
5
C
Where they play up- on the sand,
9
Jun-
B7
gle, Jun- gle, Jun-
F7
gle sand.
B7
13
In
B7
the eve- ning when the day
B&
is cool- er
B
17
ev-
E
'ry- bod- y does the Boo- la Boo- la.
21
C
And they say that mon- key band,
25
Tum-
B
bles, Stum-
F7
bles, As
B7
they bun- gle thru the jun- gle.
29


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Herny Creamer & J. Turner Layton - 1917
Down In Borneo Isle

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B7
Down in Bor- ne- o, Down in Bor- ne- o,
C
33
E
Down in Bor- ne- o Isle.
E
I love
E
to
37
see
B7/F
those
B7/D
wild
E
men
E
danc-
B7/F
ing a- round,
B7
41
And
E
those real
D7
wild wo-
E
men in swim- min'!
45
Down
B7
in Bor- ne- o, Where I want to go,
E
All they wear is a smile,
C7 C
D
49
C7 F
And ev-'ry eve-ning when the lights are low,
C
Oh, Oh,
56
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh!
B7
How they toad- al- o,
62
To the mus- ic slow,
F7
Down in Bor-
B7
ne- o Isle.
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2

C TREBLE
B7 F7

E F7 E/G A6/F E C7 F7 B7 A AA A
5

E F7 E/G A6/F E C7 F7 B7 E
9

E6 F7 B7 E6
B BB B 13

E F7 B7 E
18
E7 G7 B G7 E7 D6 F G7 E7 E7 21

A A7 D D A A B7 E7
C CC C
25

A A7 D D A A A7 D A B7 E7 A 29
A D A A D B7 E7
D DD D
33
A D A A D B7 E7 A 37


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Down Home Rag

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C TREBLE
Gm A7 A7b5 D7
A AA A
F7 Bb 9
D A7 D A7 F C7 F7 F7+ 17

Down
Bb
in jun gle - town,
C7
A hon ey - moon
F7
- is com ing -
B BB B
25
soon.
Bb
Then you'll hear a ser en
Bb
- ade,
F7
- To a
31
pret
F7
ty - mon key - maid,
Bb B F7 37
When
Bb
that chim pan - zee
C7
- up in the tree,
F7
C CC C
41
Sings
F7
that mel
Cm7
o - dy.
D7
- I'll
Bb
be true to my
46

mon
B
key - doo dle - doo - way Down In Jun
C7
gle
F7
- Town.
Bb 51


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Down in Jungle Town
Edward Madden and
Theodore Morse - 1908

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C TREBLE
E
Bill John-son saidone day,
D7 E
Tohis E li- - za May,
D7
A AA A
E
"We've been to near-ly ev'-
D7
ry place
E
in
D7
town.
G
5
A
If you sug- gest to me,
G7 A
some oth -er nov- el- ty,
G7
9
A
We both will go and do
G7
the thing
A
up
G7
brown!"
C
13
His sweet-tie said, "My Dear,
D7 E
there is this placeI hear,
D7
B BB B
17
E
I got it straight from Mose,
D7
who brings
E
the
D7
clothes.
G
21
It's
C
Hon- ky Ton- ky Town, down wherethe gals are brown.
25
That's
D7
where the mu-
D7(b5)
sic grows.
G7
29


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Down in Honky-Tonk Town

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Come, Hon- ey, let's go down to Hon- ky Ton-ky Town,
C CC C
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D7
it's un- der-neath the ground, where all the fun is found.
37
There'l!
G7
be sing- ing wait- ers, sing- ing syn- co- pa- ters,
41
danc
D7
cin' - to pi- a- no played by Mis- ter Brown.
G7
45
C
Heplays pi- a- no queer, He on- ly plays by ear,
D DD D
49
D7
You want to stay a year, The mu- sic that you hear, would
53
ev-
G7
en start a mon- key, danc- ing with a don- key,
57
Down
D7
in Hon key - Ton
G7
ky - Town.
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C TREBLE
Rail-
E
road train, Rail-
F7
road train, Hur-
B7
ry some more.
E
A AA A
Put
F7
a lit- tle steam on just like nev- er be-
B7
fore.
E
5
Hus-
E
tle on, Bus-
F7
tle on, I've
B7
got the blues.
E
9
Yearn-
F7
ing for my Swan- ee shore,
B7
13
Broth-
F
er if you on- ly knew,
17
You'd
F7
want to hur- ry up too.
B7
21


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Down Yonder

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ons to me,
E7
Down
A
yon-
E7
der some-one
B BB B 25
reck-
A
ons on me.
E
I seemto see a race
B7
in mem-
E
o-
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ry,
B7/F
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E
Be-tweentheNatch-ez and
B7
the Rob-
E
ert E. Lee. Swan-
F7
ee shore I miss you
37
more and more, Ev- 'ry day,
B7
my mam- my land, You're sim- ply grand.
43
Down
E
Yon-
B7
der when the folks
E
getthe news,
E7
Don't
A
won-
E7
der at the Hul-
A
la- ba- loos.
C CC C
49
There's dad-
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dy and mam- my, There's Eph- raim and Sam-
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C7
my, Wait-
F7
in' down yon-
B7
der or me.
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C TREBLE

I won
Bb7
der - where my Ea sy - Ri der'sgone to day - He
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ne
Eb7
ver - told me he was goin' a way.
Bb
- If
5
he
F7
was herehe'd win the race If not first
D7
he'd get a place.
Gm
Cash
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in
F
our tick - ets for a jol
C7
ly - joy ride right a way
F7
- I'm
13
los
Bb7
ing - all my mon ey - that is why I'm blue. To
17
win
Eb7
a race he knows just what to do.
Bb
I'd
21
put
F7
all my junk in pawn to bet on an
D7
y - horsethatJock ey's on,
Gmin
Oh I
25

won
C7
der - where my Ea sy - Ri
F7
der's - gone.
Bb
I gone
Bb
1.
2.
29


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Shelton Brooks
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C TREBLE
Eh la bas,
Ab
Eh la Bas, Eh
A
la bas,
Eb7
A AA A
E7
Eh la bas,
Ab
Tra la la
Ab
Sis Boom Bah
6
A
Eh
A
la bas,
Eb7
Eh la bas
Ab
Well I
12

can't
Or
Ab
speak
y -
French,
sang
not
that
in
Ca
a
jun -
pinch
French in
so
a
I
fine
don't
ol'
know what
Cre
it means.
ole way,
B BB B
17
Eb7
But
but
it
the
sounds
on
real
ly -
good,
Ca
like I
jun -
knew
I
it
can
would,
say is
like
Lais
down
sez
E7
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in
les
New
bon
Or
temps
leans,
rou
-
lez!. -
20
Ab
I
So
love
let
to
the
hear
good
that
times
clari
roll
net
my
- burn
friends,
and
and
hear
let
them
the
trom
mus
bone
ic -
24
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play,
Eb7
es - I'd
To
like
mor -
to
row -
sing
may
French
nev er
when I
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28
take
come
E7
my
to
turn
be,
but
so
that
let's
ain't
love
the kinda
it
band
up
that
to
this
day
Ab
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is Eh
Eh
la
la
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C TREBLE
F F F G7 C7 F F7
B C7
A AA A
5
F7 B F7
9
B C7
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F7 B F7 B F7 B B7 17
E B7 E B7 E B7
B BB B
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G7 C
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B B B C7 F7 B
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B B B C7 F7
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D7
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B B B C7 F7 B
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C7 F7 B
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C TREBLE
F7
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5
B
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C7 F7
9
B
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The Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 1918

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Fidgety Feet
2

C TREBLE

I've been float


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in' - down that
F
old
F7 E7
Green
Eb7
Riv
D7
er - on the
good
G7
ship "Rock and Rye," But I
5
wad
C7
ed - too far, I got stuck on a bar I was
9
there
F
all a lone, - Wish in' - that I was home.
13
F7
The ship got wrecked with the cap
Bb
tain - and crew,
17
D7
And there was on ly - one thing
G7
I could do;
C7
I
21
had
F
to drink that whole
F7 E7
Green
Eb7
Riv
D7
er - dry to
25

get
G7
back home
C7
to you!
F 29


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Concert pitch

Cooper - 1915
Floatin' Down That Old Green River
A AA A

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F F# C7 F F# C7 33
Half
F
past
F#
four,
C7
Dan
F
Mc
F#
Graw,
C7
-
37
F
He came a' creep in' - to his wif
G7
ey's - door.
41
C7
She had been waitin' up half
F F7
the
E7
night
Eb7 D7
For
45
Dan
G7
to come home and go to bed.
C7 49
Dan
F
ny
F#
- smiled,
C7
like
F
a
F#
child,
C7 53
F
But then his wife's eyes grew ve
G7
ry - wild!
57
C7
"Where have you been all night?"
F
she cried,
D7
And
61
this
G7
is what Dan ny - re plied: -
C7
I've
been
65

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Floatin' Down That Old Green River
2

C TREBLE
B
I just dropped in to see you
D
all
F7
and say, I
D
A AA A
leave
F7
to- day, I'm
F&
on
B
my way.
5
B
I'm go- in' back to sun-
B
ny Dix-
F
ie- land,
F 9
C7/G
That's why
C7
I came to shake you by
F7
the hand.
F&
13
B
The min- ute when I cross that
D
Dix-
F7
ie Line, No
D
B BB B
17
more
F7
I'll pine, won't
F&
that
B
be fine? Mis-
D
ter
21
Cap-
F
tain, don't
F
fail
C7
me, just hur-
F
ry and sail
C7
me,
25
To
C7/G
that gal
C7/G
of mine:
F7
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F. Henri Klickman - 1919
Floatin' Down To Cotton Town

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Float-
B
in' down, my hon-
G7
ey, float-
C7
in' down,
C CC C
33
Float-
F7
in' on
F
the riv-
C7/G
er down
F7/A
to Cot-
B
ton Town. Just hear that
37
whis-
C
tle toot! toot! toot-
B
in' a- way, And
G7
those
41
dark-
C7
ies
C
sing-
C7
in', ban-
F7
jos ring-in''til the break of day.
45
Hon-
B
ey lamb, my lit-
G7
tle hon-
C7
ey lamb,
D DD D
49
I'll
F7
come back
F
to you
C7/G
and Al-
F7/A
a- bam;
B
While
B7
53
fields
E
of sug- ar cane
G7
seem to wel-
B
come me a- gain,
G7
57

Float-
C7
in' Down To Cot-
G7
ton
F7
Town.
B F7
61

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Floatin' Down To Cotton Town 2

C TREBLE
Flee
He
as
will
D
a
pro-
bird
tect
to
thee
your
for- ev-
moun-
A7
tain,
er,
Thou
Wipe
D
who
ev-
art
'ry
wea-
fall-
G7
ry
ing
B7
of sin.
tear.
A7
A
Go
He
D
to
will
the
for-
clear
sake
flow-
thee
ing
oh
foun-
nev-
A7
tain,
er.
Where
Shel-
D
you
tered
may
so
wash
ten-
A7
and
der-
be
ly
clean.
there.
D
5
Fly
Haste
for
then,
F
The
the
hours
aven
are
ger - is near
fly-
C7
thee,
ing,
Call
Spend
F
and
not
the
the
Sav-
mo-
G6
iour
ment
will
in
hear
sigh-
D
thee.
ing.
A7
B
9
He
Cease
on
from
D
his
your
bos-
sor-
om
row
will
and
bear
cry-
A7
thee,
ing, The Sav-
Thou
D
who
iour
art
will
wea-
wipe
A7
ry
ev-
of
'ry
sin.
tear,
D
Oh
The
G
C
13
thou
Sav-
D
who
iour
art
will
wea-
wipe-
A7
ry-
ev-
of
'ry
sin.
tear.
D A7 D A7 D A7 D
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Mary S.B. Dana - 1857
Flee As A Bird



C TREBLE
Frank-
Frank-
F
ie
ie
and
went
John-
down
C7
nie
to
were
the
lov-
cor-
F
ers.
ner,
C7
Oh,
Just
F
Lord-
for
y
a
how
buck-
C7
they
et
could
of
love!
beer.
F F7
They
She
swore
said
B
to
to
be
the
true
fat
to each
bar-
oth-
ten-
B7
er,
der,
Just
"Has
as
my lov-
true
B
as
in-
the
est
stars
man
B
a-
been
bove.
here?
5
F
He
He
was
was
her
my
man,
man,
G7 C7
But
But
he
he's
done
done
her
me
wrong.
wrong".
F B7 F C7
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Frankie And Johnnie




1
C TREBLE
B
I just dropped in to see you
D
all
F7
and say, I
D
A AA A
leave
F7
to- day, I'm
F&
on
B
my way.
5
B
I'm go- in' back to sun-
B
ny Dix-
F
ie- land,
F 9
C7/G
That's why
C7
I came to shake you by
F7
the hand.
F&
13
B
The min- ute when I cross that
D
Dix-
F7
ie Line, No
D
B BB B
17
more
F7
I'll pine, won't
F&
that
B
be fine? Mis-
D
ter
21
Cap-
F
tain, don't
F
fail
C7
me, just hur-
F
ry and sail
C7
me,
25
To
C7/G
that gal
C7/G
of mine:
F7
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F. Henri Klickman - 1919
Floatin' Down To Cotton Town

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B
in' down, my hon-
G7
ey, float-
C7
in' down,
C CC C
33
Float-
F7
in' on
F
the riv-
C7/G
er down
F7/A
to Cot-
B
ton Town. Just hear that
37
whis-
C
tle toot! toot! toot-
B
in' a- way, And
G7
those
41
dark-
C7
ies
C
sing-
C7
in', ban-
F7
jos ring-in''til the break of day.
45
Hon-
B
ey lamb, my lit-
G7
tle hon-
C7
ey lamb,
D DD D
49
I'll
F7
come back
F
to you
C7/G
and Al-
F7/A
a- bam;
B
While
B7
53
fields
E
of sug- ar cane
G7
seem to wel-
B
come me a- gain,
G7
57

Float-
C7
in' Down To Cot-
G7
ton
F7
Town.
B F7
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Floatin' Down To Cotton Town 2

C TREBLE
F D7 G7 C7 F
Now
Now
Now
you've
let's
q = 152

all
then
say
F
heard
the
fool
there's
ele
ish
that
vator
-
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ques
per
per
tions
son
son
-
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-
and
who's
should
you
al
for
no
ways
get
B
-
-
doubt
hanging
to
won
'around
close
der
the
the
- why
place
door,
F
Some
And
And
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A AA A
5
one
he
you
will
watch
should
ask
es
hap
-
you
you
a
take
pen
fool
your
to
ish
shav
tumble
- ques
ing
down
-
tion
brush
- but
and
let's
ex
start
say
pect
to
for
G
- a
lath
ty -
sen
er
se
-
si
up
- ble
your
ven
re ply
face.
floors.
C7
- Like
And
And
9
when
as
when
F
you take
you
your girl
give
you
some
your
hit
can
ra
the
dy
zor
bot
-
-
Say
its
tom and
just
prelim
you're
B
in
lying
-
af
ar
there
-
ter
y
in
-
-
tea
wave
ert
F
-
The
You
Some
13
first
know
fool
B
thing
that
will
she'll
stick
do
fool
his
is
will
stick
wrin
come
his
F
kle - up
up
down
her
to
the
nose
you
shaft
D7
and
and
and
ask
ask
ask,
G7
"Is
"Are
it
you
"Are
C7
for
gonna
you
me?"
shave?
hurt?"
F
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1915
Foolish Questions

F
Foo lish - ques tion - no
your
I hope
You
B
doubt
reply
that
utter your
is
you
you
dy
re
I
re
ing -
ply
hope
ply
moan
F
-
-
No
No
No,
No,
it's
I'm
he
I
for
not
just
was
your
pre
though
in
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B BB B
21
Ma
pared
he'd
an
or
for
have
aw
your
shav
the
ful
Pa
ing
fu ne
hurry
-
or
I
ral
and
-
it's
just
now
this
-
for
love
and
ele
G
the
then
vator's
some
taste
die
just
oth
la
too
of
er
ter
-
-
guy
soap.
on.
slow.
C7
I
I
Ned
It
just
like
was
usual
F
want
to
al
ly -
ed
take
ways
saves
-
-
you
my
so
a
to
shav
ori
lot
-
-
26
see
ing
gi
of
it
brush
nal
time
- he
And
and
would
now
paint
com
have
B
I'll
my
ing
want
-
take
self
down
ed
-
-
it
up
it
a
this
this
that
way.
way.
way.
way.
F
- A no
B
- ther - fool ish - ques
F
tion -
D7
You'll
30

hear
G7
them ev'
C7
ry day.
F
Then
D
there's this fel low - who meets
G
you on your
1.2. 3.
35
way,
D
And he asks you why you're all dressed up and this
A7
is what you say. You're
40
just
D
re turn - ing - from the fu ner - ral - of dear
G
old bro ther -
44

Ned
D
And as you're ring ing - out your hank ie - he'll ask "Is
A7
Ned dead?"
47

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Foolish Questions 2

C TREBLE
F D7 G7 C7 F
F C7 F
A AA A
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13
F D7 G7 C7 F
17
C7 F
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C7
25
C7 F
29
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Bass
Grizzly Bear Rag
George Botsford - 1910

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Grizzly Bear Rag 2

C TREBLE
Eb F7 Bb7 Eb Ab7 Eb Bb7 Eb
Miss
Miss
Min
Lu
Eb
nie
dy
-
-
Lee
Green
C
from
was
Ten
some
Eb
nes
l'il
- see
queen,
-
B7
was
and
known
jeal
Eb
to
ous -
be
as
quite
could
rough.
be.
Eb7
A AA A
5
An
When
Ab
y
her
- time
man
- and
went
an
out
Eb
y
at
- where
night
-
C7
She
They
F7
would
would
al
al
ways
ways
-
-
strut
dis
her
a -
stuff.
gree. -
Bb7
Now
Down
9
Sa
at
Eb
die
the
- Snow,
ball,
C
she
at
had
Moon
Eb
a
shine -
beau
Hall,
B7
she
where
loved
ev
Eb
him
'ry -
night
bod- -
and
y'd
day.
go,
Eb7 13
F7
Un
Was
til
Miss
- Min
Min
nie
nie,
-
-
Bb7
shook
drink
a
in' -
shim
plen
my
ty
-
-
and
and
stole
hug
F7
his
gin' -
heart
Lu
a
dy's -
way.
beau.
Bb7
-
17
Poor
Lu
Bb7
Sa
dy -
die
was
- near
mad
ly
as
- dies,
well,
but
Min
Min
nie -
nie
said
- on
"I
- ly
will
sighed,
tell
then
you
Bb7
I
now
heard
so
G
her
you'll
say:
know"
Bb7
He
21


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Lemuel Fowler - 1922
He May Be Your Man
(But HE Comes To See Me Sometimes)

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may be
Eb
your man but he comes
F7
to see me
Bb7
some times.
Eb
-
Eb7
B BB B
25
Ab
And when he's with you he's al
Ab7
ways - got me on
Bb7
his mind.
Eb Ab7 Eb
I
29
ain't
G7
no vam pire - thatis ture, But I
Cm
can cert' nly take you man from you.
33
Bb7
My wick ed - smile, My wick ed - walk, I've got
Eb
the kind of eyes that seem
Bb7
to talk,
Eb
It's
37
no
Eb
need of cry in' - and it's
F7
no use to weep
Bb7
and mourn.
Eb Eb7
C CC C
41
Ab
I love you man and I'm gon na - take him for my own,
G7
my own.
45
C7
I
Ain't
don't
no
mean,
need
to
of
be
get
so
tin' -
bold,
rough,
F7
but
'cause
I
I'm
just
just
want,
right
to
to
get
do
you
my
told,
stuff
He
Bb+ 49

may
Eb
be your man but he comes
F7
to see me
Bb7
some times.
Eb
-
Ab7 Eb Bb7 53

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He May Be Your Man
2

C TREBLE
Hel
Sun
If
F
lo
day
I
-
-
Cen
night
was
F
tral
my
whis
- what's
beau
key, -
the
pro
and
mat
posed
you
F
-
ter - with
to
were
this
a
line?
me.
cup,I'd
F
A AA A
I
Said
dive
F
want
she'd
to
be
to
talk
hap
the bot
F
-
to
tom
py
-
that
if his
and
High
wif
nev
F/C
Brown
ie
er
-
-
I'd
come
C#
mine.
be
up,
Dm
Tell
Said
me
he,
Oh,
how
"How
How
Bb
long
long
long
3
will
will
do
I
I
I
have
have
have
to
to
to
wait?
wait?
wait?
F
Please
Come
Can
give
be
I
me
my
6
2
wife
get
C7
9
my
it
- 8
Kate,
now,
-
or do
G7
Why
Why
I
do
do
have
you
you
to
hes
hes
hes
C7
-
i
i
i
-
-
tate?
tate?
tate?
F
-
-
-
Bb7 F F7 9
What
I I
I
Bb
you
de
had
say
clined
wo
F
-
can't
him
man, -
talk
just
She
Bb
to
for
my
a
was
Brown?
stall,
tall.
F
A
He
She
storm
left
make
Bb
last
that
me
night
night
think
F
blowed
on
'bout
the
the
my
B BB B
13


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W.C. Handy - 1915
Hesitating Blues

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Can
par
F/C
all
non
a
C#
-
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down.
Ball.
sol. -
Dm
Tell
Hon
me
ey
Oh,
-
how
how
How
Bb
long
long
long
will
will
do
I
I
I
have
have
have
to
to
to
wait?
wait?
wait?
F
Oh, won't
WIll
Can
you
he
I
16

tell
come
get
C7
me
back
it
now,
now,
now, do
G7
Why
or
I
do
will
have
you
he
to
hes
hes
hes
C7
-
-
i
i
i
-
tate?
tate?
tate?
F
-
-
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Bb7 F F7
Pro cras - ti - -
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tion - is the thief of time, So all the wise owls say,
Bb7
"one stitch
Eb
in time
C CC C
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may save nine", To mor - row's - not to day. -
Bb
And if you
30
put
F7
off, Some bod - y's - bound to lose.
Bb F7 33
I'd be
Bb
his, He'd be mine, AndI'dbe feel ing - gay.
Bb7
Left
Eb
a lone -
D DD D
37
to grieve and pine, My best friend's gone a way,
Bb7
- He's gone and
42
left
F7
me The Hes i - ta - ting - Blues.
Bb
Eb7 Bb
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C TREBLE
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Bb D7 Gm D7 Gm 11

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F7 Bb C7 F7
B BB B
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Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb7 35

Eb Ab Eb
C CC C
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C TREBLE
Hin
Bb
du
F+
- - - stan,
Bb
-
Bb
where we
q = 185
stopped
Bb
to rest our tir ed - car
Fdim
a - van,
F7
-
F7
5
Hin
F7 F7
- du stan,
F7
-
F7
where the
9
paint
F7
ed - pea cock - proud
F7
ly - spreads
F+7
his fan
Bb Bb F7
13
Hin
Bb Bb
- - du
F+
stan,
Bb
-
Bb
where the
17
pur
Bb7
ple - sun bird - flahsed
Bb7
a cross - the sand,
Eb Eb
21
Hin
C9 C9
du - - - stan
Ebm
-
Ebm
where I
25
met
C7
her and the world
F7
be gan.
Bb
-
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There's a
Db7
boy that's in our band, And how
F
he blows that horn,
q = 180
A AA A
Fin
C7
est - since you're
born, When
F
he starts you're gone.
5
They
Db7
all call him Hot lips for He blows
F
real red hot notes, And
C 9
ev'
G7
ry - bo dy - on the floor just floats
C
that's what they say:
Eb7
He's got
Eb+7
hot
13

lips,
Ab
when he
D
plays jazz,
Eb7
He draws out
B BB B
17
steps,
Eb7
like no
Eb+7
one has.
Ab
You're
Eb+7
on your
21


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1922
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and shakes
Abm6
your shoes,
Eb Bb+ Eb7
Boy how
Eb
he
25
goes,
Bb7
WHen he
Bb+7
plays Blues
Eb7
. I watch
Eb+7
the
29
crowd,
Ab
un til
D
- he's through,
Eb7
He can be
C CC C
33
proud,
Eb7
THey're cu
Eb+7
ckoo - too.
Ab7
his mus ic's
Eb+7
-
37
rare
Ab
you
Ab
must
C7
de
C7
clare
Fm
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Fm D
you know the
D DD D
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boy
Eb7
is there, with two hot lips.
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2

C TREBLE
His
Lit
sister
tle
Til
Wil
B
ly
ly Green
Green
C
was
from
real
New
F7
Or
ly
leans,
mean, and
a
ver
greed
B
y
y
- stin
boy
F7
gy,
was
too.
he.
B
She
He
F
al
al
ways
ways
-
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want
want
ed
ed
some
lots
D
of
of
what
kids
you had
E
but
just
gave
to
she
keep
C7
noth
him
ing
com
- to
pan
you.
y. -
F
One
5
When
day
F7
her
his
mom
mom
bought
bought
her
him
a
a Toot
jel
B
ly
sie
roll,
Roll,
C
the
to
best
hide
can
F7
it
dy -
she
that
would
was
try.
made.
9
B
When
When
F
the
the
kids
kids
would
be
ask
gan
her
to
for
hang
D
a
a
bite,
round,
F
you'd
lit
C7/G
hear
tle
Til
Wil
ly
ly
C7(b5)/F
cry:
said:
F7
I
I
12

ain't
ain't
B
gon
gon
na'
na'
give
give
no
no
bod
bod
y
y none
none
G7
of
of
my
my
jel
Toot
C7
ly
sie
roll.
Roll,
(jel
(Toot
ly
sic
roll)
Rol!)
I
I
A AA A
17
would
F7
n't - give you a piece of my sweet, not to save
B
your soul! (save your soul!)
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ma
dy
told
told
me
me
to
to
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day,
Just
Just
be
be
fore
fore
C7
she
he
went
went
a
a
way;
way, If I'd
25
be
C7
a
If I'd
good
be
boy,
a
He'd
good
bring
lit
me
tle
a
girl,
toy;
F7
She
And
might
I'm my
put
Dad
my
dy's -
hair
pride
in
and
curls!
joy!
You
You
29
know
B
there ain't no need in your
G7
just hang-
C7
in' a- round, (hang- -in'- a- round) I
33
know
F7
you want it, but I'm- a gon- na' turn you down.
D7
My
37
jel
Toot
E
ly
sic
roll
Roll
is
is
sweet!
sweet!
E
And you know
B
it can't be beat!
G7
I
41

know
E
you want
E
it, but you
B/F
can't have
G7
it! I ain't
C7
a gon -na' give
F7
you none!
B
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C TREBLE
I
E
love to see
F7
the fel
B7
lows - hap-
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py all the
B&
while.
E
A
Love
F
to see them smile.
B7 E
That shows they're jol-
G
ly and ev-
B7/F
'ry- thing.
5
E
I love to see
F7
the fel
B7
lows - hap-
E
py all the
B&
while.
E
9
G
It's cru- el,
D7
So cru- el,
G
To let
E
them plead.
B/F B7
Oh, I
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can't let
B7
'em suf-fer for the want of love.
E
It's a shame
B7
to let'em plead.
E
No I
B 17
shan't
B7
let'em suf-fer for the want of love,
E
When I know
B7
just what theyneed.
E
Nowthere's
21
no
E7
use tryin'to stall, I
E7
just
A
can't save them all! But when they
25
cry:
F7
"Oh, Come and kiss me, Sweet- ie",
B7
I'mbound
F/C
to
D7
fall.
B7/D
Then I've
29
just
B7
got to take'em in my lov in' - arms,
E
Got to keep
B7
'em out of harm.
E
Then I've
33
just got
B7
to make'em be my tur-tle dove,
E7
My hon-ey love.
C
37
Lov-
A
in' kiss-
C7/G
es I'll
F
pro-vide,
G/B
Un- til
B7/A
they're sat-
E/G
is- fied.
C7
'Cause I
41

can't
F7
let 'em suf- fer,
B7
For the want of love!
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2
1 1
C TREBLE
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A AA A
A7 D7 G 5
C Cm G F7 E7
B BB B
9
A7 A7 D7 D7 13
G7 G7 G7 G7
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C TREBLE
Miss Sa
D7
die - Hall went to a ball one balm
G
y - night in June.
G7
Just as
C7
she en tered
q = 164
A AA A
in
C7
the hall they played
F
a rag time - tune.
F
They were teach
D7
ing - all the schol
D7
ars - how to
6
do
G7
the Bear Cat Dance. Miss Sa
Dm
die - watched
Db
them for
F/C
a while
D7
thenthought
G7
she'd take
C7
a
11
chance.
F
So she walked
C
out on
G7
the floor,
C
then she
Dm
be gan
G7
- to roar,
C7 16
I
F
want to do it
C7 F
I want to do it
C7 F
I want to do it now!
F7
It's a
B BB B
21
bear,
D7
its' a bear, but I
G7
don't care I want
C
to do it an
G7
y - how.
C7 F
That tune is snap py
C7 F 25
It makes you hap py
C7 F
You feelyou want to
C7
dance!
F7
Oh pro
fess
D7
-
or - keep it up, keep it
30
up,
G7
keep it up, 'cause I want
C7
to do the Bear Cat dance.
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Shelton Brooks (1913)
I Want To Do the Bear Cat Dance



1
C TREBLE
A A E/B C7 F7 B7 E
Went to a
B7
dance with my sis-ter Kate, ev-
E
'ry- one there said she danced so great.
A AA A
5
E
I re- al -ized-
G7
a
G
thing
F7
or two,
B7
then I got wise
B&7
to some-
E
thing new,
E
9
Looked
B
at Kate, she was in a
F7(4)
trance,
B7
and
E
then I knew it was in her dance.
13
All
C7
the boys are go
F7
-ing wild o-
B7
ver Ka- tie's danc-ing-
B7
style.
E E
I
17
wish I
B7
could shim my like my sis -ter Kate, she shiv
E
-ers like the jel- ly on a plate.
B BB B
21
My
B7
mam -ma want -ed to know last night,
E
why all the boys treat sis-ter Kate so nice.
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-'ry boy in our neigh -bor hood, knows
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that she can shim -my and it's
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un- der- stood.
E7
I
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know I'm late,
A
but I'll be
E/B
up to date,
C7
when I can
32
shim
F7
-my like my sis-
B7
-ter- Kate,
E
I mean,
C7
Shim
B7
-my like my sis
B7
ter - Kate.
E
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B7 E
sfz sfz sfz
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I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate 2
1
C TREBLE
In
E
the re- gion where the ros- es
G
al-
B7
ways bloom,
A AA A
Breath-
F7
ing out
B7
up- on
F7
the air
B7
their sweet
E
per- fume,
B7
5
Lives
E
a dus- ky maid I long to
G
call
B7
my own,
9
For
C7
I know my love
F7
for her will nev-
B
er die;
B7
13
When
E
the sun is sink- in' in that
G
gold-
B7
en West,
B BB B
17
Lit-
B7
tle Rob- in RedBreast gone to seek
E
their nests.
B7
21
Then
E
I sneak down to that place I love
B7
the best,
25
Ev-
C7
'ry ev'n- ing there
F7
a- lone I sigh:
B7 B&7
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Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider

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da, Sweet as ap- ple ci-
B7
der,
C CC C 33
Sweet-
B7
er than all I know.
E G7
37
Come
C7
out, in the silv- 'ry moon-
F7
light, of love we'll
41
whis-
F7
per, so soft and low.
B7
45
Seems
E
tho', can't live with- out
B7
you,
D DD D
49
Lis-
B7
ten Oh, Hon- ey do!
E G7
53
I-
C7
da, I i- dol- ize
F7
ya, I
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love
E
you I-
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da, 'deed
F7
I
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Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider 2
1
C TREBLE
I
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have al
Bb
ways - been a wand
F
'rer -
F7
q = 200
A AA A
O
Bb
ver - land
Bbm
and sea
F F
5
Yet
F
a moon
Bb
beam - on the wa
F
ter -
F
9
Casts
G7
a spell
G7
o'er me
Bbm6 C7
A
13
vis
Gm
ion - fair
F#
I see
Gm C7
A -
17
gain
F
I seem
F
to be,
Gm7 C7
Back home a -
21


,
Indiana



1
gain
F E7 Eb7 D7
in in di - a
G7
- na -
G7
And it
B BB B
25
seems
C7
that I
C7
can see
F F7
the gleam ing -
29
can
Bb
dle - light
Bb
still shin
F
ing - bright
D7
thru the
33
syc
G7
a - mores -
G7
for me.
C7 C7
The new mown -
37
hay
F E7 E7 D7
sends all its fra
G7
grance -
G7
From the
C CC C
41
fields
A7
I used
A7
to roam.
Dm Dm
When I
45
dream
F
a bout - the moon
A7
light - on the Wa
Dm7
bash, -
D7
then I
49
long
F
for my In
C7
di - an - a - home.
F (C7)
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Indiana 2
1
C TREBLE
If you
C
were the on-
A7
ly girl
D7
in the world, And I
G7
were the on- ly
A AA A
boy,
C E D7 G7
Noth-
C
ing else would mat- ter in the world
D7
to- day.
7
We
G7
could go on lov-
G&7
ing in the same
C
old way. A
G7
12
gar-
C
den of E
A7
den - just
D7
made for two, With noth-
G7
ing to mar our joy.
C E
B BB B
17
D7 G7
I
A
would say such won-
E
der- ful things to you,
24
There
F
would
F&/C
be
G7/D
such
G&7/E
won-
C/E
der
G6
-ful things
A7
to do, If
29
you
D
were the on-
F
ly girl
C
in the world,
A&
and
A7
C CC C
33
I
D7
were the on-
G7
ly boy.
C E D7 G7
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Clifford & Nat Ayer - 1916
If You Were The Only Girl In The World




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C TREBLE
Ja
F
da -
E7 Eb7
Ja
D7
da - Ja
G7
da - Ja da - Jing,
C7
Jing Jing.
F
q = 132
Ja
F
da -
E7 Eb7
Ja
D7
da - Ja
G7
da - Ja da - Jing,Jing, Jing.
5
That's
F
a fun ny - lit
D
tle - bit of mel
C7
o - dy, -
9
It's
F
so sooth
D
ing - and ap peal
C7
- ling - to me, It goes
11
Ja
F
da -
E7 Eb7
Ja
D7
da - Ja
G7
da - Ja da - Jing,
C7
Jing,
13
Jing,
F
Oh yeah!
D7
Ja
G7
da - Ja da - Jing,
C7
Jing, Jing!
F 16


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Bob Carlton - 1918
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C
My dad- dy was a rag-
C
time trom-
G7
bone play-er,
C
My mam- my was a rag-
C
time cab-
G7
a- ret- er.
C
They met one day at a tan- go
E7 E
tea,
A
There was a syn-
D7
co- pa- ted wed- ding and then
G7
came me.
5
Folks
C7
think the way I walk
F
is a fad, But
F7
it's
D7
a hirth- day pres- ent from my mam-
G7
my and dad. I'm a
9
Jazz
C
Ba- by, I want
C
to be jazz-
G7
ing all the time.
C C
There's some- thing
A
13
in
G7
the tone of a sax- o- phone, that makes
C
me do a lit-
D7
tle wig- gle all
G7
my own. Cause I'm
G&
a
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Jazz
C
Ba- by, Full
C7
of jazz- bo har- mo- ny.
F
That
B
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"Walkthe
F
Dog" and "Ball theJack" that caused all the talk,
D7
is just
C
a cop- y of the way
C
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25
nat-
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'ral- ly walk!
G7
'Cause I'm
G&
a Jazz
C
Ba- by, Lit-
D7
tle Jazz Ba-
G7
by that's me!
C
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Jazz Baby


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Rocked to
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sleep while the cra- dle went to
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and fro, To
C
and fro to the tune of the "Tic-
A7
kle Toe".
C
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Ev-
D7
er since I start-
G7
ed in to grow, I'd love
C
to hear
C
the mu- sic play- in',
37
See my dear old mam-
D7
my sway- in'. Jazz,
F
jazz, jazz, that's all I ev-
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er knew, All
C
day long I
40
nev- er would
A7
get thru. Jazz,
D7
jazz, jazz, That's all
G7
I want to do, Play
C
me
CG7
a lit- tle jazz!
C G7
'Cause I'm
G&
a
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Jazz
C
Ba- by, Full
C7
of jazz- bo har- mo- ny.
F
That
D
49
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"Walkthe Dog" and "Ball theJack" that caused all the talk,
D7
is just
C
a cop-y of the way
C
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'ral- ly walk! 'Cause
G7
I'm
G&
a Jazz
C
Ba- by, Lit-
D7
tle Jazz Ba-
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by that's me!
C
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2
11
C TREBLE
Down
Eb
in Louis i - an - a - in that sun ny - clime They - play a class of mu sic - that is
su
F7
per - fine
Bb7
And - it makes
Eb
no dif fer - ence - if its rain or shine You - can
4
hear
Eb
that jazz band mu sic - play ing - all
Bb7
the time
Eb
it
7
sounds
Eb
so pe cu - liar - 'cause the mu sic's - queer Howits sweet vi bra - tion - seems to
A AA A
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fill
F7
the
Bb
air Then
Eb
to you the whole world seems to
12
be in rhyme You want noth
Eb
ing - else but jazz band - mu sic - all
Bb7
the time
Eb 14


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1921
The Jazz Me Blues

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Bb7
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Bb
ly - cry:
Bb7
Oh!
G7
B BB B
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Jazz
C7
man Don't stop the mu sic - it's Jazz
F7
man (Jazz man!) - You
21
know
Bb7
I want to hear it both day and night and if you don't
Eb
blow it hot then I
25
don't feel
Eb7
right
D7
Now if
Db7
it's rag
C7
time - Please Sir will you play it in
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jazz
F7
time - (Jazz Time)
Eb
Don't want it fast
G7
Don't want it slow,
31
Take
Cmin
your time don't rush it play it sweet
C7
and low I've got those
35
dog
F7
gone - real gone - jazz
Bb7
band - "Jazz Me" blues.
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11
C TREBLE
G F7 F7
B G B B B
B7
A AA A 5
E B
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F7 C7 F7 B B7 E E B F7
13
B D7 G D7 G B7
B BB B 17
E
E
B
21
F7 C7 F7 B B7 E E B F7
25


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Jelly Roll Blues
Jelly Roll Morton - 1905

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Cornet solo
3 beats
Trombone Solo
3 Beats
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C CC C
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F7 C7 F7
B B7
E E B F7
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B7 B7
B7 B7 B7
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E G7 E E7
D DD D
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A A E
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B7 F7 B7 E B7
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11
C TREBLE
Here'sthe Jap- an-ese Sand
E
man, Sneak- ing in with the dew.
C7
Justan old sec-ond
A AA A
hand
F7
man,
B7
He'll buy your old day from you.
E
He will take ev-'ry
5
sor-
E
row of the day that is through,
G
And he'll give you to-
9
mor
D7
row Just to startlife a new.
G B7
Then you'll be a bit
13
old-
E
er
E7
In the dawn when you wake,
A
And you'll be a bit
B BB B
17
bold-
A
er with the new day you make.
F B7
Here'sthe Jap- an- ese
21
Sand
E
man, Trade him sil- ver for
E
Just an old sec-ond
25
hand
F7
man,
B7
trad ing new days for old.
E A7 E B7
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Japanese Sandman

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C TREBLE
Just
Soon
Ab
a
this
lit
life
tle
will
- while
all
Ab
to
be
Db
stay
o
Ab
here,
ver, -
Just
And
Ab
a
our
lit
trav
tle
els
Db
-
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while
here
Ab
to
will
Eb7
A AA A
wait
end.
Ab Ab7
Just
Soon
Db
a
we'll
lit
take
tle
our
- while
hev'n
Db
to
ly
Dbm
-
la
jour
Ab
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7
bor,
ney,
Fm7
in
Be
Bb7
the
at
path
home
that's
a
nar
gain -
row
with
- and straight,
friends.
Eb7 Eb+7 12
Just
Heav
Ab
a
en's -
lit
gates
tle
are
- more
stand
Ab
hard
ing
Db
-
trou
o
Ab
ble
pen,
-
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In
Wait
Ab
this
ing -
low
for
and
our
Db
sin
en
Ab
ful
trance
Eb7
-
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B BB B
17
state.
there.
Ab Ab7
Then
Some
Db
we'll
sweet
all
day
go
we'll
march
all
ing
go
Dbm
- o
o
Ab
ver
ver,
F7
-
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march
All
Bb7
ing
the
- thru
beaut
the
ies -
Pearl
there
Eb7
y
to
- Gate.
share.
Ab 29


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C TREBLE
C B+ C/Bb C/A Ab C/G
A AA A

Ab7/Gb C/G D7 G7 C C D7
G7
4
G D7 G
B BB B
9
D7 G 15
D7 D7 D75 G7 19
C B+ C/Bb C/A Ab C/G
C CC C
25
Ab7/Gb C/G D7 G7 C 28
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Nat D Ayer & Seymour Brown, 1910

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D DD D
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C F 39
F D7 D75 G7 Bb7 44

Eb F7 Bb7
E EE E
49
Eb Eb G 55
G Bb F7 Bb7 60
Eb F7 Bb7 F FF F 65
Eb Eb Eb7 71

Ab F7 Bb7 Eb Ab7 Eb 75

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1 1
C TREBLE
A A E7
A AA A
A A E7 E
5
F7 B B B
9
B7 E7 E7
13
A A E7
B BB B
17
F7 B B B
21
E7 A G7 G7 F7
25
B7 E7 A A B7 E7
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Lasses Candy

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C TREBLE
C7

F C7
A AA A
3
F D7 C7
7
F
11

D7 F C7 F F
15
G7 C7 F G7
B BB B
20
C7 F F
1. 2. 25

mp
B
C CC C 30
F7 B
34
B B7 E E
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B F7 B E7 B
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Trombone Solo
Lassus Trombone
Henry Filmore - 1915

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C TREBLE
Bb Bb7 Eb Bb C7 F7
A AA A
Bb Bb7 Eb C7 F7 5
Bb Bb7 Eb Bb C7 F7 9
Eb E Bb/F G7 C7 F7 13
Bb Bb Eb
B BB B
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Bb F7 Bb 23
G7 C7 F F7/C F7 28
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ODJB, 1918

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C CC C
33
Bb F7 Bb 39
G7 C7 F7 Bb Ebm6 Bb
fine
44
Eb Eb Bb7 Eb Eb E Bb Bb7
D DD D
49
Eb Eb Eb Eb Bb7
E EE E
53
Eb F7 Bb7 Eb Eb 58
Eb Eb Ab A 63
Eb/Bb C+ F7 Bb7 Eb F7 66

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2
1
C TREBLE
In
Oh
F
Dear
Lime
Oh
Eb
house
Dear,
F
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Where
Right
yel
here
low
in
- Chin
or
Eb
kies
ange
-
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love
blos
to
som -
play,
land,
F
q = 184
A AA A
In
I'm
Am
Lime
wear
E7
house,
y
Am
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Am
Where
'Cause
you
no
can
one
hear
seems
E7
those
to
blues
un
all
der -
day,
stand.
Am
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C7
9
And
And
F7
they
Those
seem
weird
Bb
all
Chi
a
na -
round,
blues,
-
A7
Like
Nev
a
er -
long,
go
long
a
sigh.
way. -
Dm Db
B BB B
17
Queer
Sad,
F
sob
mad
Eb
sound,
blues,
F F
Oh,
For
Hon
all
ey
the
- lamb
while
Eb
they
they
seem
seem
to
to
say:
say:
F Bbm7 Eb7 Ab7
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Oh! Lime
Db7
house - kid Oh! Oh! Oh! Lime house - kid.
Db7 C7 B7
C CC C
33
Go
Bb7
ing - the way That the rest of them did Poor
Ab
bro ken - blos som - and
37
no
C7
bod - y's - child,
Fm7
Haunt
Bb7
ing - and taunt ing - you'rejust
Eb7
kind o' wild. Oh!
Ab7
Oh!
43
Oh! Lime
Db7
house - blues I've the real Lime house - blues,
Db7 C7 B7
D DD D
49
Learned
Bb7
fromthe chink ies - those sad Chin a - blues, Rings
Ab
on your fin
F7
- gers and
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Bbm
for your
F7
crown,
Bbm
That
Bbm7(b5)
is the sto
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Ab
Chin a - town.
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1
C TREBLE
Way down in Al-
E
a-
E
bam, It was in Bir-
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ming-
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ham, There was
B&7
a
A AA A
la-
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zy color-ed- fel- low named Lee,-
E7
In-stead of work-
A
ing all day, up- on the
3
sta-
F7
ble brush
B7
he play,
E
to the hor-
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ses he'd sing, and play up-
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on
F7
one string,
B7
this sad and lone-some- mel- o- dy,
E A7 E
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hon-ey,- lis-ten- here, Oh hon ey - lis ten here I've got those mean old liv-'ry
B BB B
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sta-
E7
ble blues.
A
Oh how I miss your kiss, I
A
was n't - born for this,
16
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hon- ey you know why
C7
I have got those blues,
19
ba-
F7
by mine,
B7
I've got those liv-'ry sta-ble blues.
E A7 E
21
Oh,
E7
law-dy- me,
A A E
I've lost my pep
B7
com-
B7
plete,
E E7
C CC C
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I'se
A
g'wine back to my Al-
E
a- bam- a ba-
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by,
E
she prom ised - that she'd mar-ry-
29
me
C7
some- day, she'll drive a- way
B7
Those liv 'ry - sta
B7
ble -
B7
blues
32

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B7
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1
C TREBLE
Eb Eb7 Ab Ab Eb B7 Bb7

Eb Bb&7 Eb Eb7 Ab
A AA A
5
Eb C7 F7 10

Bb7 Eb Eb Bb7 Eb 14

Eb Eb7
B BB B
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Ab Eb C7 21
F7 Bb7 Eb Eb Bb7 Eb 25
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Lopez & Nues, 1917
Livery Stable Blues, a la Muggsy Spanier
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Eb F7 37

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Eb C7 F7 Bb7 Eb Eb Bb Eb 49
Eb Ab D DD D 55
Eb C7 F7 61
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Clarinet Break Cornet "Horse Whinny"
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1 1
C TREBLE
A A7/C D E7/D A E7 A
Did you
ev-er
Long
A
hear
John
the
stood
sto- ry
on
of
the
Long
rail-
E7
John
road
Dean?
tie,
A
Waitin'
bold bank
for
rob-ber
freight train
from Bowl
to
A
ing
come
- Green,
by.
Was
A
5
sent
Freight
A
to
train
the jail-
came
A7/C
house
just
yes-
puffin'
D
ter-
and
day,
flyin',
E7/D
Late
Ought'a
A
last
seen
night
Long
F7
he made
John
his
grabbin'
get-
B7
that
a-
E7
way.
blind.
A
He was
9
Long
A
Gone
F7
from
B7
Ken- tuck-
E7
y, Long
A
Gone,
F7
ain't
B7
he luck-
E7
y?
B
13
Long
A
gone,
A7/C
and what
D
I mean,
E7/D
Long
A
Gone John from Bowl-
E7
ing Green.
A
17
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They
They
caught
of-
A
fered
him
a
in Fris-
re-ward
co, and
to
to
bring
seal
E7
him
his
back,
fate, San
E-ven
Quen-
put
tin
blood-
jailed
hounds
one
on
ev-
A
his
'ning-
track.
late. But
C
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Dog-
out
A
gone
on the
blood-
o-
A7/C
cean
hounds lost
John
D
his
es-
scent,
caped,
E7/D
The
Now
guard
A
no-
for-
bod-
got
y
to
knows
close
F7
where
the
Long-
Gol-
B7
John
den
E7
went.
gate.
A
He
John's
was
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Long
Long
A
Gone
Gone
F7
from
from
B7
Ken-
San
tuck-
Quen-tin,-
E7
y, Long
Long
A
Gone,
Gone and
F7
Ain't
still
B7
he
a'
luck-
sprint-
E7
y.
in'.
D
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Long
Long
A
gone,
Gone
A7/C
and
I'm
what
tell-
D
I
ing
mean,
you,
E7/D
Long
Shut
A
Gone
your
John
mouth
from
and
Bowl-
shut
E7
ing
mine
Green.
too.
A
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C TREBLE
Lis
Ev
ten
'ry
C
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sis
hus
ters
band
and
and
bro
lov
C
thers
er,
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I
Bet
C
sup
ter -
pose
take
- you've
a
heard
bit
of
of
the
ad
Sheik.
vice. -
C7
A AA A
F
They
Of
say
course
that
they
he's
say
the
ad
lov
vice
C
-
in'
is
- champ,
cheap,
C7 F
There
But
ain't
if
a
your
wo
gal
man
you
- he
aim
C
can't
to
vamp,
keep,
5
D7
But
Then
let
here's
me
my
tell
warn
you
in' -
G7
a
and
bout
you
- a
can
man
pass
I
it
know:
on:
C 9
He's
Keep
the
your
C
great
gal
est
un
of
der -
lov
cov
C
ers
er,
-
-
Ev
Sure
C
er
as
- kissed
there's
a
a
girl
deuce
on
on
the
the
cheek.
dice,
C7
B BB B
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There
If
ain't
Lov
a
in' -
high
Sam
brown
gives
- gal
her
C
in
the
town
grin,
C7
Who
Then
F
would
you
n't
is
- throw
out
her
and
dad
Sam
C
dy
is
- down
in!
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D7
To
And
be
in
the
the
bride
morn
of
in' -
G7
this
your
col
lov
ored
in'
-
-
Ro
ma
me
ma's
-
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o.
gone!
C
-
C7
Peo
Peo
ple
ple
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1922
Lovin' Sam
(The Sheik of Alabam')

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call
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him Lov in' - Sam, He'sthe Sheik
G7
of Al a - bam'. - He's a
C CC C
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mean
C7
love mak in' - a heart break in' - man!
F
And when the
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gals
F
go stroll in' - by, Boy! He rolls
Am
a wick ed - eye!
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Does
G7
he step? Does he strut? That's
C7
what he does n't - do noth in' - else but! Could you
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love
F
like Lov in' - Sam, You could have
G7
your eggs and ham, In the fin
C7
est - kit chens -
D DD D
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down in Al a - bam'.
A7
- You'd make the high
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brown - ba bies cry for
F7
you like
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ba
Bb
bies - cry for Cas tor
Bbm
- ia! - They all
F
love Lov in' - Sam,
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D7
The Sheik
Gm7
of Al
C7
a - bam'.
F
- Peo ple -
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Lovin' Sam (The Sheik of Alabam') 2
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C TREBLE

Just a love
E
nest, co-
B7
zy and warm.
E
Like
E7
a
A
dove
A
nest, down
E7
on a farm.
A
A ver-
5
an-
B7
da with some sort of cling- ing vine,
E G7/D C7
Then a
9
kit-
F
chen where
C
some ram-
F
bler ros-
F7
es twine.
B7
Then a
13
small
E
room, tea
B7
set of blue.
E
Best
E7
of
B
17
all
A
room, dream
E7
roomfor two.
A
Bet- ter
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than
B7
a pal- ace with a gild- ed dome,
G7 G7(b5) C7
is a
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love
F
nest,
B7
You can call home.
E
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Louis A. Hirsch & Otto Harbach - 1920

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C TREBLE
Lit-
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tle Lil- ly was oh!
B7
So sil- ly and shy,
E
And all the fel-
B7
lows knew, She would- n't
A AA A
bill
C
and coo.
C F7 B7
Ev
E
'ry - sin-gle- night some
B7
smart fel- low would
7
try,
E
to cud dle - up
F7
to her, But she would cry:
B7 B B7
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"MA,
E
he's mak- ing eyes
F7
at me! MA,
B7
he's aw-
B&7
ful nice
E
to me! MA
E
he's
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al most
C
- break-
B7
ing my heart, I'm
If
B7
be-
you
side
peek
him,
in,
Mer-
Can't
E
cy!
you
Let
see
his
I'm
con
goin'
B7
to
science -
weak
guide him
en? -
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MA,
E
he wants to mar-
F7
ry me, Be
B7
my hon- ey
A
bee.
G7 C7 F7 B7
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Ev-
Me,
E
'ry
I'm
min-
meet-
E
ute
ing
he
with
B7
gets
re
bold-
sis -
er,
tance -
Now
I
E
he's
shall
lean-
hol-
ing
ler
E
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on
for
my
as
B7
should-er,-
sis- - tance!
Ma,
F7 B7
he's kiss ing - me!"
E A7 E
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Con Conrad - 1921
Ma He's Making Eyes At Me

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C TREBLE
Ma-ma-
B
don't 'low no cor- net play'n 'round here!
B
No She Don't
Ma-ma- don't 'low no cor- net play'n 'round here!
F7
No She Don't
5
We
B
don't care what Ma-ma-
B7
don't 'low,he's gon-na'- playthat
E
cor- net
9
an-
E
y how.
Ma
B
ma - don't 'low no cor
F7
net play'n 'round here!
B
No She Don't
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C TREBLE
I was stroll
B
ing - out
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one even
B
ing
G
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F7
'neath the silv' ry - moon.
B
Icould
A
hear
B
some bo
E
dy - sing
B
ing
G
-
C7
a fa mil - iar - tune.
F
So I
5
stopped
F7
a while to lis
B
ten, - Not a word
F7
I want ed - to miss.
B
It was
9
just
B
some bod
E
- y - ser
B
e - na
G
- ding -
C7
some thing - like this.
F7
Oh now
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Man
E
dy, - there's a min is - ter - han
B
dy, -
G7
and it sure would be
B 17
han
C7
dy, -
F7
If we'd let himmake a fee.
B B7
So don't you
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ling
E
er - here's the ring for your fing
B
er -
G7
is n't - it a hum -
25

ding
C7
er? -
F7
Comea long andletthe wed
B
ding - chimes
G
bring hap
B
py - times
G
far Man
C7
dy -
F7
and me.
B
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Irving Berlin - 1918
Mandy

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C TREBLE
You
F
can
C
talk
Bb
a
F
bout - your
C7
love
F
af fairs, -
Gm7 C7
q = 160
A AA A
Here's
F
one
C
I
Bb
must
F
tell to
C7
you;
F F 5
All
Gm
night long
D7
they sit up on
Gm
- the stairs,
Eb7 D7 9
G7
He holds her close and starts to coo:
C F C7
My lit tle -
13

Mar
F
gie, - I'm al ways - think
F7
ing - of
F+7
you
B BB B
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Mar
Bb
gie, - I'll tell the world I love you,
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Don't
F
for get
E7
- your
EB7
prom
D7
ise - to me,
25
I
G7
have bought
G
a
G7
home
C7
and ring and ev 'ry - thing, - For
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Con Conrad & J. Russel Robinson
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gie, - You've been my in
F7
spir - a
F+7
- tion, -
C CC C
33
Days
Bb
are nev er - blue.
A7
Af ter -
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all
F
is said and done, There is real ly
F7
- on
E7
ly
Eb7
- one,
D7
Oh!
41
Mar
Gm7
gie, - Mar
C7
gie - it's you."
F C7
"My lit tle -
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Margie 2
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C TREBLE
B7 F7 B7
E E7
A7 A6 B7
B7
E
6
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E E7 D7 D7
10
C7 F7
14
B7 F7 B7 E E7
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A7 D7 22
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W.C Handy - 1912

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Cm Fm G7 Cm G7 Cm Eb Ab Bb7 Eb
q = 160
Dm7 G7 Cm Fm Cm 8
G7 Cm Dm7 G7 Cm Fm 14

Cm G7 Cm Cm 20
Cm Fm6 Cm Cm Eb
A AA A
25
Ab Eb G7
Cm
Cm 30
Fm Fm Cm G7 Cm Dm7 G7 35
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C TREBLE
Hush
F
a - bye, - my ba
C7
by, - slum ber - time
F
is com in' - soon;
Rest
F
your head up on
C7
- my breast while mom
F
my - hums a tune; The
5
sand
Bb
man - is call in' - where shad
F
ows - are fall in' - while the soft
G7
bree zes -
9
sigh
G7
as in days
C7
long gone by. Way
F
down in Miss our - i - where I
14
heard
F
this mel o - dy. - When I was a tin
C7
y - child up on
F
- my mom my's - knee; The
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old
Bb
folks were hum
F0
min', - their ban
F
jos - were strum min' - so o - sweet
G7
and
C7
low.
F 25
Strum,
Dm
strum, strum, strum, strum, seems
Cm
I hear those ban jo's - play
A7
in' - once a gain.
Dm
-
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Hum,
D
hum, hum, hum, hum,
Dm
Tha t - same old plaint
A7
ive - strain.
Dm 41
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1914 F
Missouri Waltz

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Hear
D
that mourn
A7
ful - mel
Dm
o - dy,
A7
- It just haunts
Dm
you the wh
A7
ole - day long,
Dm 57
D
and you wan
Bb
der - in dreams back to Dix
F
ie - it seems when you hear
G7
that old
C7
time
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song.
F
Hush
F
a - bye - my ba by, - go to sleep
F
on mom my's - knee.
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Jour
F
ney - back to Dix
C7
ie - land - in dreams
F
a gain - with me; It
77
seems
Bb
like your mom my - was there
F
once a gain, - and the old
G7
folks were strum min. - that
81
same
C7
old re frain. - Way
F
down in Miss our
C7
- i, - where I learned
F
this lull a - -
87
by,
F
when thestars were blink
C7
in' - and the moon
F
was climb in' - high, and I
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hear
Bb
Mom my - Chloe,
Dm
as in days
F
long a go, - sing in' - "Hush
G7
a
C7
bye."
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Missouri Waltz
2
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C TREBLE
I've got
Fm
a
Bbm
Sweet
Fm
ie, - no one couldbe
D Db6
sosweetto me.
Fm/c
q = 100
A AA A
He
Ab
makes me hap py.
G7
-
Cm
I'mgladto say
A Ab
he's al ways gay.
Cm/G
I've
5
got
Bb7
a great big rock
Eb
ing chair, and ev
Bb7
'ry - nightyou'll find
Eb
us there. I'm
9
on
C7
his knee,while he
Fm
rocks me
Cm/Ab
to a rock
G7/D
y - mel
Bbm/Db
o - dy.
C
-
Fm/C
My ba by
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rocks
Fm
me
Fm/Eb Fm/Db
withonestead
C
y roll.
Fm Bbm Fm Bbm
My ba
Fm
by
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rocks
Fm
me
Fm7/Eb Db7
with all hisheartand soul.
C7 Fm/C C7 Fm/c C7 21
We'll
Wrap'd
Most
Talk
Fm
al
in
ev'
a
ways
a
ry
bout
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spoon
blank
eve
row
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while
et
ning
boats
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the
of
at
and
lights
love
half
birch
Gm7
are
and
past
can
low.
charns,
nine,
oes, -
C7
He
I'm
We
You
Fm
hates
sit
get
need
to
ting
to
a
Fm7/Eb
leave
pret
geth
chair
D
me
ty
er
to
when
when
and
rock
Bbm/Db
it's
I'm
the
a -
25
time
in
world
way
C7
to
his
is
your
go.
arms.
mine.
blues.
Gm7/D
My ba
C7/E
by - rocks
Fm
me
Fm/Eb Fm/Db
with onestead
C7
y -
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roll.
Fm G C7
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1
C TREBLE
You've
F
heard lov-ers, Love-
B7
sick lov- ers fret
F
A
bout
F
their
pet;
C7 C C7
They al-
C&7
ways get
F
ro- man-
F
tic, Drive
G7
you fran-tic.
C&7
5
I'm
F
so diff- 'rent, Oh,
B7
so diff-'rent- now;
F
While I'm
A7
in
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love
D
I know I simp-
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ly go and whis-
G9
per low to Hon-
G
ey Ba-
C&7
by:
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Herman Ruby/Joseph Meyer - 1922
My Honey's Lovin' Arms

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I love your lov- in' arms,
B7
They hold a world of charms,
A AA A
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A
place to nes- tle when I am
C6
lone-
D7
ly.
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G7
A
com- fy co- zy chair,
C7
Oh, what a hap- py pair!
25
One
G7
ca- ress, Hap- pi- ness, Seems
G7
to bless my lit-
C7
tle hon- ey.
29
F
I love you more each day,
B7
When years have passed a- way
B BB B
33
F
You'll find my love be- longs to you
C6
on-
D7
ly;
37
G9
'Cause when the world
C7
seems wrong,
F7
I know that I
B
be- long
B
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F
Right in my Hon-
G7
ey's Lov-
C7
in'
F
B7
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My Honey's Lovin' Arms
2
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C TREBLE
F7 Bb7 F
q = 174
C7 F F7 Bb7 5
F 10
C7 F Bb
F7
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My Bucket's Got a Hole In It

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Yeah! My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Yeah! My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Yeah! My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
I can't buy no beer.
Well I'm standin' on a corner - With a bucket in my hand
I'm waitin' for a woman - That ain't got no man.
CHORUS
'Cause My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Yeah! My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Yeah! My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
I can't buy no beer.
Well, I went upon the mountain - I looked down in the sea
I seen the crabs and the fishes - Doin' the be-bop- bee.
CHORUS
Well, there ain't no use - of me workin' so hard
When I got a woman - in the boss man's yard.
CHORUS
Well, me and my baby - we just bought a Ford
And now we sit together - on the running board.
CHORUS

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B F7
12
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Well
F7
his
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head
B
was in the mar- ket, his feet were in the street. All the
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girls
B
came run- ning by said: "Look
F7
at that mar- ket meat!"
B
Oh didn't
F7
he
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ram
B
- ble, Didn'the ram- ble? He ram-
B
bled all a- round,
F7
All
B
a-roundthe
C CC C
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town.
F7
Didn't he ram-
B
ble, Didn't he ram- ble? He
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ram
B
bled - 'til the wo
F7
men - cut him down.
B
Didn't
F7
he
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Oh,
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by Gee!
C+7
by Gosh,
F
by Gum
C+7
By Juv,
F
Oh!
G7
by Jin
Gdim
go, won't
G7
you hear
Gdim
our
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love?
G7
We
C7
will build for you a hut.
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You will be our fav'rite nut,
D7 7
We'll
G7
have a lot of lit tle Oh! by Gol lies, -
C7
Then we'll put them in the Fol- lies,
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Oh,
F
by Jin
C+7
go said,
F
by Gosh,
C+7
by Gee.
F F7 Bb
"By Jim in - y, - Please don't both er -
A AA A
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me."
A7 Bm A7/C#
So they all
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went a way sing ing Oh! By Gee, By Gosh by Gum, by
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Juv,
D
by Jin go, - By
F
Gee, you're
F#dim
the on
C7/G
ly - girl
C7
for me.
F Bb7 F 28


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Oh By Jingo
Albert von Tizler
1919







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C TREBLE

B
F7
A AA A
B F7 B
5
E
C7
10
F7
14
B
F7 B
B BB B 17
F7 B7
22
E
B B& B6 B&
B
27

F7 B
B
1. 2.
31


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C TREBLE
C7 F
A
C7
F 5
C7
F 9
C7 F F7
13
B F
F
B
17
C A7 D A E7 A F7
21
B
F
D7
25
G C7
F
B6
F 29


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Ole Miss
W.C. Handy - 1916

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C7
F 37
C7
F 41
C7 F C7
45

F F7 B F
D 49
C7 F D7 G7 C7
53
F7 B A7
57

B B F D7 G7 C7 F
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2
1
C TREBLE
C C& F F F
A
C G7 C F F C 5

C C C C7 F F F G7
B 9
C C C C C7
14
F F D7 G7 C F7 C
19
G7 C F C F F& F6 G7
C
25
C C B7 A7 D
31

C G7 C F F C
36
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The Old Rugged Cross

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C TREBLE

Where the moonswings


C7 D7 C
On the Al- a- mo,
D7 A7 F
In a
D7
gar- den
A
fair
D7
where ros-
G7
es grow,
E7 E7 D7
In the ten-
G7
der
5
light
C7 D7 C
of the sum-
B7
mer night,
E7 A7
I can hear
A7
her
9
wan-
D7
der to and fro.
D7 G7
For she said I'll
13
wait
C7 D7 C
by the gar- den gate,
D7 A7 F
On the night
D7
I
B
17
said
D7
"I love
G7
you so".
E7 E7 D7
And in all
E7
my
21
dreams
A
it seems
C
I go
F
Where the moon swings
25

low,
D7
On
D7
the
G7
Al-
C
a- mo.
F7 C
29


On The Alamo
Isham Jones & Gus Kahn - 1922

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G7 C7
F C7 F

C7 F
F
A AA A
6
G7 C7
F 12
G7 C7
F
D7
17

G7 C7
F
C7
B BB B
22
F
D7 G7 C7 C7
28

F
G7 C7
D7
F
1. 2. 34


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Trombone solo
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Ory's Creole Trombone

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C CC C
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F7
B
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C7 F7
B
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D7
G C7
D DD D 55
C7
F
F7 60

B
C7
F7
67
B C C F7 B C7
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F7 B
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B B C7 F7 B
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Ory's Creole Trombone
2
1
C TREBLE
F C7 G7 C7
G D7 G7 C7 G D7 G7 C7 5

F F G7 C7
F
A AA A
9
F G7
C7
14
F
F7 B B
17

F D7 G7 C7
F
F
B
F 1.
2.
21
F F C7 F F F C7
B BB B
26
C7
F F F F C7 F 32
F C7 F 38
F C7 G7 C7 42


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Ostrich Walk
Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 1918

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Trombone Cornet Clarinet Trombone

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C CC C
46
F G7 C7 50
F F7 B B
54
F D7 G7 C7 F 58
F G7 C7 F
D DD D
62
F D7 C7 C&7 F
sfz
66
F F G C7 F 70
F C7 F 74
F
F F C&7 F 78

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Trombone
Cornet
Clarinet
Trombone

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1 1
C TREBLE
Bb F7
q = 120
F7
Bb 10
B
B Eb 19
E
Bb F7 Bb Bb Bb Bb 26
Eb Bb7 33
B7
Eb 41
E
Ab 49
A
Eb Bb7 Eb 57
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C TREBLE

Poor
Ab
But
E7
ter
Bbm7
- fly -
Eb9
'neath the blos soms - wait
Abmaj7
ing -
Ab
Poor But ter - -
q = 120
A AA A
fly
C+7
for she loved him so.
F9 F7
The mo ments -
5
pass
Bb7
in to - hours,
Eb8
The hours pass in
Ab
to - years,
Fm
And as she
9
smiles
Bb7
thru her tears, She mur murs - low,
Eb9
The
Ab
moon
E7
and
Bbm7 13
I
Eb9
know that he be faith
Abmaj7
ful, -
Ab
I'm sure he
B BB B
17
come
C+7
to me by and
C7
by.
F9
But if
21
he
Bbm7
don't come back Then I nev
Dbm6
er - sigh
Ab
or cry, I just must
Bdim 25
die.
Eb9
Poor But ter - fly.
Ab
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Golden/Hubbel - 1916

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C TREBLE
E B7

E B7 E E
A AA A
5
B7 E B7 E B7
10
E E7
A A
15

E C7 F7 B7 E E E7
1. 2. 18
A A E C7 F7 B7 B BB B
22
E
E7 A A E
28
C7
F7 B7 E E7
33
A A&7 D
E7
C CC C
38
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E7
A A
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Panama

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G7
C
E7
48
A
E7 E7
D DD D
54
A E7 A A7
59
D D A E7 A
64

pp
ff
A E7
E EE E
70
A A A7 D
E7
A E7
1.
76

A A E7 A E7 A
2.
84
E7 A E7 A
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1
C TREBLE

G E D7 G
A
E G E E7 A E7 A
6
A7 D7 G E G
11

E E7 AE7 A E A7 D7 G
16

G7 C7
B
21
G B7 E7 A7 D7
25
G7 C7
29

G G D7 G
33
G G7 G G7
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The Pearls

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C 41
A E E D7 G7
45
D7 G7 C
49
D E7 A7 D7 G B7 E D C D E G7
53
C7
D
57
G7 C F A7 D 61
F
F C A7
65

D7
G7
C
G
G7
69
G7
C9 73

Tuba Only All


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The Pearls
2
1
C TREBLE
Ev- 'ry- bod-
B7
y loves a ba- by that's why I'm in love with you, Pret-
B&
ty
Ba-
E
by, Pret-
B&
ty Ba-
E
by. And I'd
5
like
B7
to be your sis- ter, broth- er, dad and moth-er too, Pret-
B&
ty
9
Ba-
E
by, Pret-
B&
ty Ba-
E
by. Won't you
13
come
E7
and let rne rock you in my cra-
A
dle of love, And
D7
we'll
17
cud-
C7
dle all the time.
F7 B7
Oh! I
21
want
B7
a lov- in' ba- by and it might as well be you,
B B 25
F7/C
Pret-
F7
ty Ba-
B7
by of mine.
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C TREBLE
C G7 C G7 C F E B&7
E A7 E E
A AA A
5
A7 E
9

B7 F7 B&7 E E7 EA E B7 E B7
1. 2. 13

E B7 E G7
B BB B 18
A A E
22

B7 F7 B7 E E7 E A E B7
26
E A E E7
C CC C
30
A E
34

B F7 B7 E E7 E A E
38


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Thomas A. Dorsey & Richard M. Jones

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C TREBLE
Mam-
C
my mine,
C G7/D
Your lit-tle roll-
G7
in'stone thatrolled
C
a- way, strolled a- way.
G&7
A AA A
Mam-
E
my mine,
E B7
Your roll- in'stone
B7
is roll in' - home
E
to- day, there
G7
to stay.
5
Just
C
to see
E
your smil-
G7/D
in' face,
G7
Smile
C
a wel-
E
come sign.
G7
9
When
E
I'm in
E
your fond
B7
em- brace, Lis-
G
ten Mam-
D7
my mine:
G7
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Jean Schwartz - 1918
Rock a Bye Your Baby


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A Bye - Your Ba- by With
C
a Dix-
G7
ie Mel- o- dy,
B BB B
17
when
G7
you croon, croon a tune from
C
the heart of Dix-
D7
ie.
G7
21
G7
Just hang my cra- dle, Mam-my mine,
C
Right on that Mas- on- Dix-
A7
on Line,
25
D7
And swing it from Vir- gin- ia,
G7
To Ten- nes-see with all the love that'sin ya'
29
Weep
C
no more my la- dy, sing
C
that song
G7
a- gain for me, And
C CC C
33
Old
D
Black Joe,
G7
just
D
as though
G7
you
F7
had
E7
me on your knee.
37
A7
A million ba-by kiss-es I'll de-liv- er,
D7
The min-ute that you sing the Swan-
E
ee Riv- er,
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a- bye your rock- a- bye ba- by
A7
with a Dix-
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ie mel-
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o- dy.
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Rock a Bye Your Baby 2
1 1
C TREBLE
Ro-
F7
ses are shin- ing in Pi-
B
car- dy, in the
hush
F(4)
of the sil-
F7
ver dew.
B D7
5
Ro-
G7
ses are flow'r- ing in Pi-
C
car-dy, but there's
9
nev-
C7
er a rose like you!
F7
And the
13
ro-
F7
ses will die with the sum-
B
mer time, And our roads
17
F(4)
may be far
F7
a- part,
D7
But there's
21
one
G7
rose that dies not in Pi-
C7
car- dy! 'Tis the
25
rose
C7
that I keep
F7
in my heart!
B E6 B
29


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C TREBLE

In sun ny - Rose
Bb7
land, -
Eb7
Where sum mer - breez es - are play
Ab
ing, -
q = 140
A AA A
Where
Ab7
the hon ey - bees are "A May
Db
ing". -
5
There
Dbm
all the ros es - are sway
Ab
ing,
F7
- -
9
Danc
Bb7
ing - while the mead ow - brook flows.
Eb7
The moon when
13
shin ing,
Bb7
-
Eb7
is more than ev er - de sign
Ab
- ing -
B BB B
17
For
Ab7
'tis ev er - then I am pin
Db
ing, -
21
Pin
Dbm
ing - to be sweet ly - re clin -
Ab
ing,
F7
- Some where - in
25

Rose
Bb7
land, -
Eb7
Be side - a beau ti - ful - rose.
Ab 29


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Harry Wiliams and Art Hickman - 1917

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C TREBLE
A gar-denthat
A
nev-er- knows
D
sun-shine Onceshel-tered
E7
a beau ti - ful - rose.
A
In the
A AA A
sha-
A7
dows it grewwith-out sun-light-
D
or dew, as a child
E
of the cit-
B7
y grows.
E7
A
5
but-
A
ter- fly flew to the gar-
D
den, from out
E7
of the blue sky a- bove,
A
the
9
heart
C
of the rose
C
set a-flut-ter,-
G
with
E7
a
A
won-der-ful tale
D7
of love,
G
He
13
toldher
D7
of birds and of bees,
G7
of the brooks
D7
and of mea-dows and trees.
G7
He whis-pered,
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Rose of Washington Square






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Rose,
C
of Wash- ing- ton
C
Square
G7
a flow-er so
B BB B
21
Fair
G7
should blos- som
G&7
where
C
the sun shines,
25
Rose,
E7
for Na- ture did
A
not mean that you should
29
blush
D7
un- seen but be the queen
G7
of some fair gar- den,
33
Rose,
C
I'll nev- er de-
C
part,
G7
but dwell in your
C CC C
37
heart,
G7
your love to care,
D A
I'll bring the
41
sun-
D7
beams fromthe Hea-vens
F6
to you, and give
C
you kis-ses that spar-
A7
kle with dew my
45

Rose
D7 G7
of Wash- ing- ton Square.
C
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Rose of Washington Square 2
1
C TREBLE
Rufe
When
E
John-
he
F7
son
comes
E
leads
down
B7
a
the
band,
street,
E
He's
The
one
peo-
F7
grand
ple
E
lead-
shake
B7
er
their
man,
feet,
A AA A
E
Down
They
in
all
G
Sa-
keep
van-
sway-
F6
nah,
ing,
B7 E
Down
While
in
Rufe
G
Sa-
is
van-
play-
F6
nah.
ing.
B7
5
F
He
Old
real-
Rufe
ly
can't
can't
read
C7
be
a
beat,
note,
F
Plays
but
rag-
he
time
will
mu-
get
C7
-sic-
your
sweet,
goat,
B BB B
9
F7
Down
When
in
he
Sa-
plays
van-
'Man-
C7
nah-
ci- pa- tion
G.
F7
Day.
A.
B C C B/D B
When
The
13
they
horse
B
par-
and
ade
mules
each
they
hol-
act
B7
i-
like
day,
fools,
You'll
You
G
hear
al
B
the
most
A
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peo-
hear
B
ple
them
say:
say:
B7
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Rufe Johnson's Harmony Band

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they come, Just lis- ten to
G7
that drum, Boy ain't he
C CC C
21
beat-
G7
in' some, He's go- ing rump,
C
rump, rump,
G7
rump.
C 25
Lis- ten
A
to that dog- gone flute, Root
E
-te-toot, toot- te-toot,
D DD D
29
toot-te-
C7
toot toot- te-toot. Say
F7
Hon, ain't that trom-
F7
bone moan-
B7
ing, hear
F7
it groan-
B7
ing,
32
Lis
E E7
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ten to that old
A
cor- net, It's
E EE E
37
played
C7
by that lead-
D
er
C7
man.
F C7 F
He's
41
got
A
a world wide rep-
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For play- ing syn-
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co- pa- tion;
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Old Ruf- us John-
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son's Har- mon -y Band
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1
C TREBLE
F Bdim F Db7 Gm7 C7 F7
My
When
gal
I
Bb
and
first
I
met
we
that
had
gal
Bb7
a
of
fight
mine
and
it
I'm
seemed
Eb
all
just
by
like
my
a
self.
dream.
Bb
- I
But
A AA A 5
guess
when
Bb
she
she
thinks
thought
now
she
that
had
D7
she's
me
gone
right
Gm
I'll
she
lay
start
C7
right
ed -
on
act
the
in' -
shelf.
mean.
F7
I'm
Like
9
gon
Ma
Bb
na
ry
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show
led
her
her
she's
lit
Bb7
all
tle -
wrong
lamb
no
she
lone
led
Eb
some
me
- stuff
all
for
the
me
time,
Bb
I
Un -
13
won't
til
F
sit
the
home
worm
Bdim
all
had
F
a
to
lone
turn,
Db7
- She'll
that's
Gm7
soon
the
find
rea
C7
that
son -
I'm
I'm
F7
Runn
Runn
in'
in'
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wild,
wild
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No gal will ever make a fool of me, No gal!
I mean just what I say; I ain't the simpleton I used to be,
Wonder how I got that way.
Once I was full of sentiment, it's true, But now I got a cruel heart;
With all that other foolishness I'm through,
Gonna play the villain.


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lost con trol, -
Bb7
Run nin' - wild,
Eb
might y - bold.
B BB B
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Bb
Feel in' - gay,
F7 Cm6
Reck
D7
less - too,
Gm Bbm6
Care free - mind,
27
F
all the time,
C7
nev er - blue. Al ways - goin',
33
Bb
don't know where,
Bb7
Al ways - showin'
Eb
Idon't care,
C CC C
37
D7
Don't love
G7
no bo
C7
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F7
It's not worth while,
Bb
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All a lone -
F7
Run nin' - Wild.
Bb 48

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C TREBLE
F A C7

F F7
A AA A
5
B F&7 B F&7 B F&7 B
9

C7 D7 C7 F B7 F C7
B BB B
13

F7 F7 F7
17
B D7 C7 F A
21

C7 F B7 F C7
25
F7 B B F F7
C CC C
29

B B7
D DD D
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E7 E B E7 G7
37

C7 F7 B E7 B E7 B
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Royal Garden Blues
Clarence & Spencer WIlliams - 1919

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Cornet
Stop time - Play downbeats 4 bars
Clarinet Trombone - ad lib 2 bars
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Bb F7 Fdim F7
q = 154

Bb Bb7 A AA A 5
Eb7 Edim Bb G7 9

F7 Bb F7 Bb 13
Bb Eb Bb Eb Bb7 Eb B BB B 17
Edim Bb G7 C7 F7 22
Bb F7 Bb Eb C7 F7
C CC C
27
Bb Eb G7 C7 Eb 32
C7 F7 Ab Eb F7 Bb7 Eb F 38


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C TREBLE
Come
B7
on Nan- cy put your best dress on, Come
E
on Nan- cy'fore the
A AA A
steam-boat's gone. Ev-
B7
'ry- thing is love- ly on the Ches- a-peake Bay,
7
All
E
a- boardfor Bal- ti- more, If
E
we're late we'll all be sore.
12
Come
B7
on Cap- 'n let us catch that boat, 'Cause we
E
can't swim, Mis- ter,
B BB B 17
we can't float. Ban-
E
jos ring- in' a good
E
old tune, Up
B7
on deck
23
there's a place
E
to spoon. Set-
E
tledown close 'neath the sil- v'ry
30
moon, A Sail-
B7
in' down Ches- a- peake, All a- board for
36

Ches- a- peake, Sail-


B7
in' down Ches- a- peake Bay.
E
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Havez - Batsford - 1913
Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay

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'Round
E
the bend I think
B7
I see a steam-
E
er, Dear,
C CC C
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Head-
B7
in' here, to
E
this pier. And
49
we
E
can make it if
B7
we hur- ry, Nev-
E
er fear, It's the
53
Old
F7
Dom- in- ion Line.
B7
57
Say,
B7
don't she look pret- ty as she hugs
E
the shore,
D DD D
61
Head-
G7
in' for Bal-
C
ti- more. Just
65
hear
F7
the pad- dles turn- in', Hear my heart a' yearn- in', She's the
69
Queen
C7
of the Ches-
F7
a- peake Bay!
B7
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Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay 2
1
C TREBLE
King
One
D
San
day
G
of
the
Sen-
queen
A7
e-
came
gal
home,
D
A AA A
5
Sat
Saw
A7
on
San
the
in
shore
sad
at
ness - -
Bu-
on
la-
the
9
may,
shore,
D A7
Bu-
On
B7
la-
the
may,
shore.
A7
13
Sing
Told
D
ing
him
G
- -
a
she'd
sad
no
A7
re-
more
frain
roam.
D
B BB B
17
To
On
A7
his
ly
dear
her
queen
San
who'd
she
gone
would
a-
a
21
way.
dore.
D G
This
Then
was
came
A7
his
his
lay:
lore:
D B7 A7 C7
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Oh, sweet-heart Lo-
D7
na,
F
My dar- ling Lo
D7
na, -
C CC C
29
F
Why
Have
have
you
D
you
come
gone
back
G7
a-
to
C7
way?
stay?
F B7 F C7
33
F
You said you loved
D7
me,
F
But
I
if
knew
you
you
loved
loved
D7
me
me,
37
G7
Why
I
did
knew
you
you'd
act
come
this
some
way?-
day.
C7
41
F
If I had ev-
F7
er been un- true
B
to you
D7
D DD D
45
F
What you have done
F7
would be the thing
B
to do.
D7
49
F
But
But
my
now
heart
you're
aches,
mine
D7
dear,
dear,
F
And
For
it
all
will
the
break
time
D7
dear,
dear.
53

G7
If
And
you
you're
don't
for
come
giv
G
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back
en
C7
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home
by
F
a
your
gain
lov
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B7
to
ing -
San.
San.
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C TREBLE
Fath-
F
er has a bus-
C7
'ness, Strict-
F
ly sec- ond hand,
C7
Ev-
F
'ry- thing
F
from tooth-
G
picks, To
G7
a ba- by grand.
C7
Stuff
F
in our a- part-
C7
ment, came
F
from fath- er's store,
C7
E
G7
ven - things I'm wear-
A
ing, Some-
D7
one wore
G
be- fore.
C
5
It's
G
no won- der that
D7
I feel a- bused,
G
I nev-er-
G7
have a thing that ain't been used:
C7 C&7
I'm wear- ing
9

Sec-
Sec-
F
ond
ond
F
hand
hand
C7
hats,
shoes,
F
Sec-
Sec-
G7
ond
ond
hand
hand
clothes,
hose,
A
13
That's
All
C7
why
the
they
girls
call
hand
me
me their
Sec-
sec
F
ond
ond -
Hand
hand
Rose.
beauxs.
17
E
E
F
ven
ven
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our
my
pi-
pa-
an-
ja-
o
mas
in
when
the
I
F
par-
don
G7
lor,
'em,
C7
21
Fath-
Have
G
er
some-
bought
bod-
for
y
ten
else's
cents on
'ni-
C7
the
tials
C&7
dol-
on
F
lar.
'em.
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Sec-
Sec-
F
ond
ond
F
hand
hand
C7
pearls,
rings,
F
I'm
I'm
wear-
sick
ing
of
sec-
sec-
G7
ond
ond
hand
hand
curls,
things
I
I
B
29
nev-
nev-
F7
er
er
get
get
a
what
sin-
oth-
F&7
gle
er
thing
girl-
that's
ies
new.
do.
B F& B
33
Once
G
ven
while
Jake
stroll-
C
the
ing
plumb-
thru
G
er,
the
he's
Ritz
C
the
a
man
girl
G
I
got
a-
my
dore,
goat,
He
She
37
had
nudged
F
the
her
nerve
friend
to
and
tell
said
me
"Oh
he's
look!
been
There's
mar-
my
G7
ried
old
be-
fur
fore!
coat!"
C&7
41
Ev-
Ev-
F
'ry-
'ry-
F
one
one
C7
knows,
knows,
F
that
that
I'm
I'm
just
just
Sec-
Sec-
G7
ond
ond
Hand
Hand
Rose,
Rose,
From
From
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Sec-
Sec-
G7
ond
ond
Av-
Av-
C7
e-
e-
nue.
nue.
F C7
I'm wear- ing
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C TREBLE
F
F7
A AA A
B
F 5

C7 F F7 B B F
9
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F
F7
B BB B
13
B7
F 17
C7
F 21
F F7
C CC C
25
B7
F 29
C7 F F7 B B F F7
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Shake It & Break It

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B F7 B
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B7
F 57
C7 F F7 B
Fine
B F
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C TREBLE
Ab Ebmaj7 Gm Fm Eb Bb7 Eb
q = 120

Fm7 Bb7 Eb
A AA A
5
Bb7 Eb 9
G7 C7
B BB B
13
F7 Cm7 F7 Bb7 Ebdim 17
Fm7 Bb7 Eb C7
C CC C
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Fm Fm7 Cdim Gbdim Eb 27

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Singin' The Blues

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Bb Gm Cm F7 Bb G7
q = 180
A AA A

C7 F7 Cm F7 Bb
1.
2.
7
Eb C7 F7 Bb
B BB B
11
Bb7 Eb B7 Fm7 Bb7 Eb C7 16
F7 Bb7 Eb Eb7 21

Ab Db Ab Db Bb7 Eb7 Ab Ab Db Ab Db C CC C 27
Bb7 Eb7 Ab Db Ab Db Bb7 Eb7 33

Ab Fdim Eb Ab Eb7 Ab Eb7


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C TREBLE
O
Bbm
ver
Gb7
- the des
C7
ert - wild
F7
and free
Bbm Cm7 Bbm Cm7
q = 180
Rides
Bbm
the
Gb7
bold Sheik
C7
of Ar
F7
a - by
Bbm
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Cm7 Bbm Cm7 5
His
Ebm
ar ab - band
Ebm
At
Ebm
his com mand
Ebm
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9
Fol
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low - his love's
Bbm
car a - van.
F
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F 13
Un
Bbm
der
Gb7
- the shad
C7
ow - of
F7
the palms,
Bbm Cm7 Bbm Cm7 17
He
F
sings to call
C7
her to his arms.
F7 F7
I'm the
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Sheik
Bb
of Ar
Bb Bdim
a - by
Cm
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F7 Cm F7
Your
A AA A
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love
F7
be longs
F7
- to me
Bb Bb
In -
29
to
Dm
your tent
Dbdim
I'll creep
Cm F7
At
33
night
Cm
when you're
F7 F&
a sleep
Bb
-
Gm C7 F7
The
37
stars
Bb
that shine
Bb Bdim
a bove
Cm
-
Cm F7
will
41
light
F7
our way
F7
to love
D& D7 D& D7
you'll
45
rule
G
this land
G
with me
C7 C7
the
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Sheik
F7
of Ar
F7
a - by
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The Sheik of Araby
2
1
C TREBLE
Ab Eb7 Eb7 Eb7
q = 182
Ab Eb7 Ab Eb7
A AA A
5
F7 Bbm Bb7 Eb7 Ab 9
Eb7 Ab7 Db F7 Bbm 14
Bb7 Eb Bb7 Eb 17
C7 F7 Bb7
B BB B
21
Eb7 Ab A Eb7 C7 26
C7 F7 30
Eb7 Ab Eb7 Ab
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Nick LaRocca - 1918
Skeleton Jangle

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Bb7 Eb7 Ab 41
C7 F7 45
Bb7 Eb7 Ab 49

C7 F7
D DD D
53
Bb7 Eb7 Ab A Eb7/Bb 57
C7 F7 61

Bb7 Eb7 Ab Eb7 Ab Eb7 Ab 65

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2
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C TREBLE
mf
F C+
pp
F C+
mf
F C+
pp
F C+
q = 164
mf
F F7
A AA A
5
Bb Bbm F 9
Bb7 F 13
F F Cm6 D7 G7 C7 17

F C7 F B BB B 21
C7 F F7 26
Bb Bb7 A7 Ab7 G7
C7
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Sobbin' Blues
Kassel and Berton - 1922

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C7 F F7 42

Bb Bb7 A7 Ab7 G7 C7
F
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mf
F C+
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F C+
mf
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F C+
C CC C
53
F Bb7 F C7 F F
D DD D
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Bb7 F C7 F Bb7 F 62
Bb7 F 67
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1
C TREBLE
Some of these days
G7 G7
your gon na - miss me hon
Cm
ey. - Some of these days
G7
q = 180
G7
you'll feel so lone
Cm
ly, -
Cm
you'll miss my hug
Fm
gin' -
C7
you'll miss my kiss
F7
in' -
5
F7
you'll miss me hon
F7
ey -
F7
when you're a way.
Bb7
-
Bb7
You'll be so lone
Eb7
ly -
11
Eb7
just for me on
Ab
ly, -
Ab
cuz you know hon
C7
ey -
C7
you al ways - got your way,
Fm 17
Fm
And when you leave
Ab
me
Adim
I know you'll grieve
Eb
me
23
C7
you know you'll miss
F7
your ba by -
Bb7
oh some of these days.
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Al though
C/E
- it's spring
Eb
the birds
G7/D
don't sing
C#
You're leav
Dm
ing - me
G7
to
G&
day.
C
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C
It's
G7
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A AA A
not
C
the first
Cm
time my
G
poor heart
E7 Am
has been in pain
D7
this way.
G7 G&
In
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win
C/E
ter - time
Eb
you'regood
G7/D
and kind,
C#
For ev
Dm
- er - by
G7
my
G&
side,
C
But when sum
G/D
mer's - near
Cm
you
Eb 9
dis
G/D
ap - pear, -
E7
Don't ev
Am
en - say
D7
good bye. -
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You're goin' to
14
long
D7
for me some day,
G7
- But I'll
D7
be far a way.
G7
- 'Cause when the
17

cold
C
wind does blow
C7
with its
C7/Bb
ice
D7/A
and its snow,
D7
Then your heart
B BB B 21
G7
soon will melt for each sor
C
- row I
Eb
have felt.
G7/D G7
And when your
25
friends
C
turn a way, -
C7
time
C7/Bb
will prove
D7/A
what I say.
D7
Now's your time,
29

G7
I'll have mine Some Sweet Day.
C
(Yes,
C7
Some
C
Sweet
G7
Day.)
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You told
F
me that you loved
D7
me true, and I
F
be- lieved in you. You
A AA A
broke
G
your vow and now
D7
some-how- it seems
G
I'm al-ways blue.
G7
Butthere'll come a day
5
C7
When you'refar a- way.
F6 F
You'll sit a- lone
9
A
and cry for me
E7
you'll sigh andthe days
A
thathave
G7
gone by.
C7
Some-day Sweet-
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Spike Brothers & Carter - 1919
Someday Sweetheart



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heart,
F C&7 F
you may be sor-
E7 E7
ry
D7
for what you've
B BB B
17
done
G7 C7
to my poor heart.
F F C7/G
You may re-
21
gret
F C&7 F
the vows you've bro-
A
ken, The
25
things
E7
you did that made us drift a- part,
A C7
You're hap- py
29
now,
F9
and can't see how,
B6
the wear- y
C CC C
33
blues
G9
will ev- er come to you.
C7
But as you
37
sow
F C&7 F
so shall you reap,
E7 E7
dear,
D7
and what you
41

reap
G7
will make you weep
C7
some day, - sweet heart.
B7
- Some day
C7
- Sweet -
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C TREBLE
E
Some- bod- y stole my
G
gal.
B7/F B7 A AA A
B7
Some- bod- y stole my
B&7
pal.
E E7 D7 D7
5
C7
Some- bod- y came and took
F7
her a- way.
9
F7
She did- n't ev- en,
B7
say she was leav- in'.
13
E
The kis- ses I Iove
G
so,
B7/F B7 B BB B
17
B7
He's get- tin' now I
A7
know.
G7
But
B7
21
Gee!
E
I know that she,
E7
would come to
25
me,
A
if she could see,
A
her
29
bro-
E
ken
A
heart-
A
ed,
C/G F7
lone- some pal.
F7
Some bod- y stole
B7
my gal!
E A7 E
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Leo Wood - 1918
Somebody Stole My Gal

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When
Dmi
will I ev
Bb7
er - stop
A7
moan
Dmi
in'?
A7
- When
Dmi
will I ev
Bb7
er
A7
- smile?
Dmi
A AA A
My
Gmi
ba by - went
D7
and left
Gmi
me, She'll
Bb7
be gone a long long while.
A7 5
I
Dmi
feel so blue
Bb7
and heart
A7
bro
Dmi
- ken
A7
- What
Dmi
am I liv
Bb7
ing
A7
- for?
Dmi 9
My
Gmi
ba by - went and left
Gmi
me
Dmi
Ne
Bb7
ver - to come back no more.
A7
I went
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down
"What
go,
to
is
let
Dmi
the
my
her
Saint
ba
go
A7
James
God
In
by's -
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firm
bless
chan
Dmi
- 'ry
ces"
her
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My
I
Wher
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ba
asked
ev
Dmi
by
old
er
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there
Doc
she
Bb7
she
tor
may
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lay,
Sharp,
be.
A7
La
She
id
can
-
B BB B 17
out
"Boy,
hunt
Dmi
on
by
this
a
six
cold
o'
wide
A7
-
mar
clock
ble
this
world -
- ta
eve'
o
Dmi
ble
nin,
ver
-
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F7
Well,
She'll
But
-
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I
be
she'll
looked
play
ne
Bb7
and
in'
ver
-
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I
her
find
gol
turned
a
A7
man
a
den
like
way.
harp.
me.
Dmi
-
Let her
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St.JamesInfirmary

C TREBLE
Ab Ab Bb7 Bb7 Eb7
q = 195
A AA A
Eb7 Ab7 G7 Ab Eb7 6
Ab Ab7 Bb7 Bb7 11

Eb7 Eb7 Ab Ab 15
Ab Ab Ab Ab Ab
B BB B
19
Ab Eb7 Eb7 Eb7 Eb7 24
Eb7 Eb7 Eb7 Eb7
Ab
29
Ab Ab Ab Ab 34
V.S.
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Fm Ab Ab Ab Adim Eb7 Eb7 53
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Ab Ab Ab7 Ab7 Db 69
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Ab Ab Ab Ab
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C TREBLE
St. Lou is - Wo
Gm
man -
D7 Cm
There with her dia
D7
mond - rings,
A7 A7b5 D7
Pulls that man
Cm
a round,
Eb7
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q = 100
D7
by her a pron - strings.
Gm F Eb D7
Ex cept - for pow
Gm
der -
D7 Cm
and for storebought
Gm 6
hair.
D7
You know the man I love, would not have gone no where,
Gm
- no
A7
where.
D7
- O h, -
11

to
I hate
G7
mor
to
row
see,
-
C
like
the eve
I
nin' -
feel
sun
to
go down.
day.
G
-
G7 C
feel
I
to
hate
mor
to
- row, -
see
A AA A
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C
like
the
I
eve nin' -
feel
sun
to
go down.
day.
G
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Be
Db7
I'll
'cause
D7
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pack my
my
trunk
ba by -
22

Eb7
make
he
my
done
get
left
D7
a
this
- way.
town.
G
- Got
Feel
the
26

St.
G
Lou is - Blues, justas blue as I can be.
G C G C G C G7
That man
Am
got a heart
C7
like a
B BB B
29
rock
Am
cast in
C7
the sea,
G C G C G C G7
Or else
D7
he wouldn't have gone
34

D7
so far from me.
G
Got the me.
G
1. 2.
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C TREBLE
Gm D7 Gm Cm Gm D7 Gm F+
A AA A
Bb C7 F7 Bb Eb7 Bb Bb7
Won't you
5

strut
Eb
Miss Liz zie -
Ebm
Get bu sy -
Bb
I want to see you walk,
G7
forthe
B BB B
9
folks
C7
all state the way
F7
you syn co - pate -
Bb
Is the whole
Bb
town talk.
Bb Bb7
When you
13
move
Eb
so pret ty, -
Ebm
It'sa pi ty, -
Bb
Theoth er - girl ies - frown.
D7
But the men
Gm
you
D7 17
meet
Gm
like
Cm
the way
Gm
you shake
D7
your feet,
Gm F7
Oh, you knock
Bb
'em diz zy, -
22

Strut
C7
Miss Liz
F7
zie - Brown.(
Bb
I'll bet
Bb7
you'vegot
Eb
the cut
Ebm
est - lit
Bb
tle - strut in town!) Go
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down the
Bb
street,
Bb
By
Bb
the school,
Bb
Pat
Bb
your feet you step
C7
pin' - fool.
F7
C CC C
29
Strut
Bb
your stuff,
Bb
use
Bb
your "Kerch",
Bb
Trot
Bb
your toot
G7
sies - by
C7
the
F7
church.
Bb 33
Thru
Bb
the al
Bb
ley, - Dodge
Bb
the cans,
Bb
Shake
Bb
Miss Sal ly's - pots
C7
and pans.
F7 37
Cool
Bb
your dogs
Bb7/Ab
we're com
Eb/G
in' - thru,
Gb7
Get set
Bb
for len ox - Av
C7
en -
F7
ue. -
Bb
Won't
Bb7
you
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C TREBLE
Ab Eb7 Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab
q = 132
Ab Ab7 Db Ab Eb7 Ab
A AA A
5
Bb7 Eb7 Ab Ab7 Db 11
Ab Db F7 Bb7 Eb7 16
Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab Eb7 Ab
B BB B
21
Bb7 Eb7 Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab Eb7 27
Ab Eb7 Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab Eb7 33
Ab Ab7 Db Dm Ab Ab F7 Bb7 Eb7
C CC C
37
Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab Eb7 Ab Eb7
45
Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab
Ab
Db Ab Ab7 Db Dbm Ab
rit. rit. rit. rit.
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C TREBLE
Stum-
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bling all a- round, Stum- bling all a- round, Stum- bling all a- round
G
so
G7
fun-
E7
ny,
Stumb-
A7
ling here and there, Stum- bling ev- 'ry- where, And I must de- clare: I stepped right
5
on
D7
her toes, And when she
E
bumped
E
my nose, I fell and
9
when
A7
I rose, I felt a- shamed.
D7
And told her:
13
That's the
G
la- test step, That's the la- test step, That's the la- test step,
G
My
G7
hon-
E7
ey,
A
17
No-
A7
tice all the pep, No- tice all the pep, No- tice all the pep. She said: Stop mum-
21
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bling, tho' you are stum-
G
bling, I like it
25
just
A7
a lit- tle bit, just a lit-
D7
tle bit, quite a lit- tle bit.
G
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C TREBLE
E G D7 D7
G E G D7
5
G D7 G C
A AA A
9
G D7 G
13
G D7 G C
17
G D7 G D7 G
21
G D7 G C
B BB B
25
G D7 G
29
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Suez

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B7 D7 E G7
45
C G7 C G7
49
C7 C C7 F7
53
B7
D DD D 57
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1

C TREBLE
Swan
F
ee - How
F&
I love you How I love you My
B
dear
G7
old
C7
Swan
F
ee. - I'd give the world to
C7
be
C9 C7
a mong - the
7
folks in D
F
i - x - i - e
C7
- ven - know my Mam
F
my's -
13
Wait
F&
in' - for me Pray in' - for me Down
B
by
G7
the
C7
Swan
F
ee. - The folks up north
19
will
C7
see
B
me no more,
B
When
B7
I
C7
get to that Swan ee - shore.
F
26

Swan
C7
ee, - Swan
F
ee, - I
C7
am com ing back to Swan
F
ee. -
33
Swan
C7
ee, - Swan
F
ee, -
F
40
I love the old
G7
folks
C7
at home.
F D7 C7 F
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Gorge Gershwin - 1919

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C TREBLE
I'm
E
blue,
A7
Thru
E
and thru,
A7
'Cause
E
they're gon- na
A7
take
C7
jazz
F7
a- way.
B&7
A
On
G7
my knees, I'm ask-
A
ing you please,
E E
Just
B
to pay at- ten-tion to me while
F7
I say:
B
5
Can't
B
you see it's wrong to
B7
con-demn a song. Jazz has sim-ply got
D7
to stay,
B7
Now!
B&7
9

High-
E
brow mu-sic real-ly is a treat, In
F7
an op- 'ra house it can't be beat.
B
13
But
B7
what makes you wan-na shake yo' feet? 'Tain't
E
noth- in'else but
B7/F
jazz,
F7
Babe!
B&7
17
In
E
so- ci- e- ty of style and grace, Ev-
E7
'ry lit- tle move-ment has
A
just
A
a
21
lit-
E/B
tle bit of wob- blin',
B&7
Lit-
E
tle bit of tod- dlin'.
B&7
Waltz-in'-
E
round is might-y fine,
F
25
Gli-din'
E/G
sure-ly is de- vine.
F
Still
E/G
what makes
E
you shiv-er an- y time?
C7
'Tain't
F7
noth- in'else
B7
but
28

jazz,
E
Babe!
C7
'Tain't
F7
noth- in' else
B7
but jazz.
E
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C TREBLE
There
Aft-
B
ain't
er
noth-
all,
in'
the
I
way
D7
can
to
do,
do
nor
is
noth-
do
G
in'
just
I
as
can
you
say,
please,
D7
A AA A
G7
That
Re-
folks
gard-
don't
less
crit-
of
D7
i
their
G7
talk-
cize
C
me
in'.
G7
5
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Of-
I'm
ten
gon-
times
na'
the
do
ones
G7
just
that
as
talk
G7
I
will
want
get
C
to
down
an-
on
y-
their
way,
knees,
C
9
C7
And
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don't
beg
care
your
if
par-
they
don
all
for
de-
their
spise
squawk-
G7
me.
in'.
F7
13
If
If
B
I
I
B
should
dis-
take
like
D7
a
my
no-
lov
tion
-er
G
To
And
jump
leave
B7
in
him
to
for
E
an
the
-oth-
o-
E
cean,
er,
B BB B
17
'Tain't
B
No- bod- y's
B
Biz-
F7
ness If
F&7
I Do.
D7 G7 C F&7
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er
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B
than
to
per-
church
D7
se-
on
cute
Sun
me,
-day,
G
I
Then
choose
cab-
B7
that
a-
you
ret
E
would
on
shoot
Mon-
E
me,
day,
25
Tain't
B
no bod - y's
B
- biz
F7
ness - if
F&7
I do.
B C7 C B/D
29
If
If
B
I
my friend
B
should
ain't
get
got
D7
the
no
feel-
mon-
in'
ey
G
And
To dance
I
B7
up-
say
on
"Take
E
all
the
mine,
ceil-
Hon
E
in',
-ey",
33
'Tain't
B
No- bod -y's
B
Biz-
F7
ness If
F&7
I Do.
D7 G7 C7 F&7
If
If
37
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I
B
let
give
B
my
him
best
my
D7
com-
last
pan-
nick-
ion
el
G
Drive
And
me
it
B7
right
leaves
in-
me
E
to
in
the
a
can
pick
E
-yon,
-le,
41
'Tain't
B
No- bod -y's
B
Biz-
F7
ness If
F&7
I Do.
B B C7 F&7
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2
1
C TREBLE
There's mu-
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sic in
F7
the breeze,
B
and trom-
C7
bones grow
F7
on trees.
B
You hear
moan-
C7
in' and groan-
G7
in' and tune-
C7
ful har-
G7(b5)
mo- nies.
F7
In
5
ev-
C7
'ry ca-
F7
bar- et,
B
it's the on-
C7
ly thing
F7
they play!
B
Well, I
9
long
B
to hear it, I must
G7
be near it,
C7
and that's why
G7(b5)
I say:
F7 13


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Take Me To the Land of Jazz
Bert Kalmer, Edgar Leslie, Pete Wendling - 1919

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Take
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me
me
to
to
the
the
land
land
of
of
jazz,
Jazz,
Play
Let
C7
the
me hear
kind-a'
the
blues
music
like
New
Mem-
Or-
phis
leans
has,
has,
17
F7
I
I
wan'
like
na
it
step,
hot,
to
and
a
you
tune
know
C7
that's
that's
full
what
of
that
gen
ci-
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-u- ine
ty's
pep!
got!
F7
21
Come
Pickin'
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'em up
take
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layin'
lat-
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est
down,
dare,
Teach
Learn
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to
how
do
all
the
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"Griz-zly-
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Bear". I
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love
G7
give
that
you
syn-
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co-
warn-
pa-
in',
tion,
I won't
At
C7
be
my
home-
des-
'til
tin-
morn-
a-
F7
in'.
tion!
I'll be
Just
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dan
run
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cin'
nin'
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'til
wild
the
and
sun
livin'
B
comes
it
up,
up,
In
In
F7
the
the
lov
lov
in'
in'
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land
land
of
of
jazz.
jazz.
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1
C TREBLE
Have
E
you heard the la-teststrain?
B7
It will lin-
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ger in
B7
your brain.
E
For it's a
A
rag-
B7
gy new mel- o- dy, So
E
full of har-
C7
mo- ny, You'll
F7
want to hear it a- gain.
B7
5
E
It's a brand new South-ern drag,
B7
It's a dan-
E
dy Dix-
B7
ie rag.
E
9
Oh,
B7
babe,
B&
What
E
do you say?
C7
Come
F7
let us hear the band play.
B7
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That Dixie Jazz

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That Dix- ie jazz!
C7
That Dix- ie jazz!
B
17
My
F7
how Ilove to hear that Dix-
B7
ie jazz! Oh, just
E
see'em sway-ing when they'replay-
G7
ing.
21
C7
From left to right,
F7
Hold to me tight. It makes me
25
want
F7
to do the shuf-fleandthe tick-le toe. Oh, Hon-ey! Come,
B
let's
B
go!
B7
29
Lis-
E7
ten can't you hear that man just coax a moan
A
fromhis trom- bone.
C
33
Lis-
F7
ten to that syn- co- pa tion - It's the best
B7
I've ev- er known.
37
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That Dix- ie jazz!
C7
That Dix- ie jazz!
41

My
F7
how I love tohear that dear
B7
old Dix- ie jazz.
E B7
That Dix-ie Jazz!
E
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2
1
C TREBLE
Dmi
A7 Dmi A7 5
Dmi 9
A7 Dmi 13
C7 F F#
A AA A
17
C7
F
C7 21
C7
F F7 Bb B 26
F D7 G7 C7 F A7 30


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Lew Pollack / Ray Gilbert 1914
That's A Plenty

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B BB B
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A7
Dmi A7 Dmi 38
D
A7 43
A7
Dmi F7 46
Bb A7 Ab7 G7 C7 C CC C 49
F7 Bb Bb Cmi7 F7 Bb A7 Ab7 54
G7
G7
C7 F7 Bb 59
D F
D DD D
65
F
F7 70

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That's A Plenty 2

Bb
A7 Ab7 G7
E EE E
77
C7 F7 Bb Bb Cmi F7 Bb 81
A7 Ab7 G7 C7 F7 Bb Eb7
F FF F
86

Bb F7 D F
92
F
F7
mp
98

Bb G7
G GG G
105

C7 F7 Bb Cmi7 F7 109

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Continue after last solo

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C TREBLE
D7 Gm
q = 152
A AA A
D7 5
Gm 9
F C7 F7 13

Bb D7 G7
B BB B
17
C7 F7 Bb Cm7 F7 21
Bb D7 G7 25

C7 F Bb Eb7 Bb 29


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Smith and Medina - 1922
That Da Da Strain

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C TREBLE
B F7 B
A AA A

B F7
1. 2.
5
C7 F C7 F
B BB B
10
C7 F C7 F
14
B F7 B
18
B F7 B7
22
E
C CC C
26
E B7
30
B7 E
33
B E
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Tiger Rag
The Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 1917

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D DD D
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A C7 F F E B7 E E7
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E EE E
50
A E7
54
E7 E7
58
E7 A
62
A A A7 D
F FF F
66
D D A
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F7 B7 E7 A
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C TREBLE

Forthere's a change
G7
in the weath-er there's a change in the sea,
A AA A
C7
so from now on there'll be a change in me, My
5
walk
D7
will be dif- 'rent, my talk
G7
and my name,
9
Noth-
C7
in' a- bout me is goin' to be
F7
the same, I'm goin' to
13
change my
G7
way of liv- in', if that ain't e- nough,
B BB B
17
Then
C7
I'll change the way that I strut my stuff, 'cause
21
no-
D7
bod- y wants you when you're old
G7
and gray,
25
C7
There'll Be Some Chan-
F7
ges Made
B
to- day,
G7
29

C7
There'll Be Some Chan-
F7
ges Made.
B E7 B B7 A7 A7
33


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There'll Be Some Changes Made
Higgins/Overstreet - 1921

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C TREBLE
Smile
Ab
the while you kiss
Eb7
me sad a dieu - When
Eb7
the clouds roll
A AA A
by
Ab
I'll come to you.
Ab7
Then
Db
the skies
Dbm
will
7
seem
Ab
more blue,
F7
down
Bb7
in lov ers - land
Eb7
my dear
Eb+7
ie -
11
Wed
Ab
ding - bells will ring
Eb7
so mer ri - ly, - Ev
Eb7
'ry - tear will
B BB B
17
be
Ab
a mem o - ry.
Ab7
- So wait
Db
and pray each
Dbm
night
Ab
for
23
me,
F7
'Til
Bb7
we meet
Eb7
a gain.
Ab
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'Til we Meet Again

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C TREBLE
Ab Eb7 Bb7 Eb7 Ab
q = 132
Oh
To
Ab
Mis
night -
si
I'm
- sip
Pray
- pi,
in'
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-
Eb7
Oh
To
Mis
night -
si
I'm
- sip
say
- pi,
in'
-
Ab7
My
Oh
heart
Lord
cries
please
out
bless
for
the
A AA A
5
you
train
in
that
sad
takes
ness
me,
-
Db
I
To
want
Tish
to
o -
be
min -
where,
go -
Dbm
the
way
win
down
try
old
- winds
Dix
don't
ie -
blow.
way,
Ab A 8
Eb7
Down
Where
where
South
the
ern -
South
folks
ern
are
- moon
al
swings
ways -
low,
gay,
That's
That's
where
why
Bb7
I
you
want
hear
to
me
go.
say,
Eb7
I'm
I'm
13
goin'to
Ab
Tish o - min
Ab7
- go -
Db
be cause - I'msad to day.
Ab
-
Ab7 Db7
I wish to lin ger, -
B BB B
17
E7
way down old Dix ie - way.
Ab A
Oh
Eb7
my wea ry - heart cries
22


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Spencer Williams - 1917
Tishomingo Blues

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out in pain, Oh how
Ab
I wish that I was back a gain, -
A
with
Eb7
a race,
26
in
Bb7
a place, where
Eb7
they make you wel come - all
Bb7
the time.
Eb7
Way
30
down in
Ab
Mis si - sip
Ab7
- pi, -
Db
A mong - the cy press - trees.
Ab Ab7
C CC C
33
Db
They get you dip py, - with their stange mel o - dies.
C7
- To re sist
Ab
- temp
37
ta
C7
tion, - I
Fm
just can't re fuse
E7
-
Ab
In Tish o - min - go -
42
Eb7
I wish to lin ger, - Where
Bb7
they play the wea
Eb7
ry - blues.
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1
C TREBLE
E
Toot, Toot, Toot- sie,
Good Bye!
F7
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A AA A
B7
Toot, Toot, Toot- sie, don't cry,
E E
The choo choo train
E
that
E
6
takes
F7
me,
B7 B7
a- way from you
F7
no
B&7
words
E
can tell
G
how sad
F7
it makes
B&7
me
12
E
Kiss me, Toot sie - and then,
F7 B7
Do it o- ver a-
gain.
E9
B BB B
18
Watch
A7
for the mail, I'll nev- er fail, If
26
you
E
don't get a let- ter then you know I'm in jail,
B7
30
E
Tut, Tut, Toot- sie don't
cry.
F7 C CC C
34
B7
Toot, toot, Toot sie, - Good bye.
E
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B7
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Gus Kahn, Ted Fiorito - 1922
Toot, Toot, Tootsie

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Tuck
F
me to sleep
F7
in my old
B
'Tuck-
B
y home,
F/C F
A AA A
cov-
C7
er me with Dix-
F
ie skies
D
and leave
G7
me there a- lone.
C7
5
Just
F
let the sun
F7
kiss my cheeks
B
ev-
B
'ry dawn,
F/C F
like the
9
kiss-
C
in' I've been miss- in' from my mam-
G7
my since I'm gone.
C7
13
I
F7
ain't had a bit of rest, since
B
I left my mam- my's nest.
B BB B
17
I
G7
can al- ways rest the best in her lov- in' arms.
C7
21
Tuck
F
me to sleep
F7
in my old
B
'Tuck-
B
y home,
F/C F
let me
25
lay
C7
there stay there nev- er no more to roam.
F
G7 C7
29


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Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old 'Tucky Home
George W. Meyer - 1921












C TREBLE
Down
Ab
in the jun gles - lived
Bbm
a maid,
Eb7 Ab
of roy al - blood though dusk
Bbm
y - shade.
Eb7 Db
q = 164
A AA A
C7
a marked im pres - sion - once she made ,
Fm Bb7
up on - a Zu lu -
Eb7
from Ma ta - boo - loo -
5
And
Ab
ev ry - morn ing - he
Bbm
would be
Eb7 Ab
down un der - neath - a bam
Bbm
boo - tree,
Eb7 Db 9
C7
a wait - ing - there his love to see.
Fm Bb7
and then to her he'd sing:
Eb7
If
13
you
Ab
like a - me like I like a - you and we like a - both the same,
B BB B
17
I
Eb7
like a - say, this ve ry - day, I like a - chnage your name.
Ab
'Cause
Eb7 21
I
Ab
love a - you and love a - you true and if you a love a me,
25
One
Eb7
live as two, two live as one, un der - the bam boo - tree.
Ab 29


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Under The Bamboo Tree
Bob Cole - 1902

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C TREBLE
Bb
Now
You
lis
all
ten
were
- hon
craz
Bb
ey
y
-
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'bout
'bout
a
the
new
"Bunn
F7
dance
ny -
craze,
Hug",
Bb
Been
Most
'rig
ev
i
'ry
-
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na
bod
Bb
- ted
y
-
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for
was
a
a
-
q = 164
bout
"Tan
F7
ten
go -
days,
bug!"
It's
But
F#
these,
now,
C7
It's
and
a
some
bear!,
how,
F
-
F#
And
The
C7
it's
fun
a
ny -
new
Dog
step
walk
F7
a
is
fun
all
ny
the
- two
town
step.
talk.
4
Bb
In
In
ev
ev
'ry
'ry
-
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cab
pri
Bb
a
vate
-
-
ret
home
- and
this
danc
dance
F7
ing
is
- hall,
known.
Bb
You
I
see
called
them
a
do
friend
Bb
ing
of
- it,
mine
yes,
up
9
one
on
F7
and
the
all,
phone,
If
Hear
you'll
ing -
just
on
F7
give
his
me
Gram
a
o -
chance,
phone:
D7
I'll
This
in
"Dog
G7
tro
gone"
-
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duce
rag
C7
- this
gy -
dance:
tone:
F7 12

Get
Bb
'way back,
Eb
and snap your fin gers, -
Bb
Get o ver - Sal
Bb
ly, - one
F7
and all,
A AA A 17
Grab
Bb
your gal,
Eb
and don't you lin ger - Do
C7
that slow drag 'round
F7
the hall.
21
Do
Bb
that step,
Eb
the "Tex as - Tom my", - Drop!
Bb
Like you're sit
F7
ting on a log, Rise
25
slow,
Bb
that
Bb7
will show,
Eb E
the dance
Bb
called "Walk
F7
in' - the Dog".
Bb 29


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Walkin' the Dog
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Near ly
Bb
- bro ken - heart
Gm
ed - since the day
Bb
that I once start ed - from my
q = 120
A AA A
Wa
C7
bash
F7
- home,
Bb
In
Bb
di - an - na's - sweet
D7
and it's a
3
place
Gm
that'shard tobeat
Bb
but thenI longed
C7
to roam,
F7 Bb
My old home stead -
6
I
Bb7
now can see,
Eb
I had a girl was as sweet
F#7
as could be,
10
Now
Bb
ev 'ry - day
Bb7
I'm so lone
G
- some it's mis
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er -
F7
y.
Bb
-
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Oh,
Bb7 Bb7
those Wa bash
Bb7
Blues
Eb Eb Gm Ab
I
A
know
Bb7 Bb7
I got my
Bb7
B BB B
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dues.
Eb Eb
F#dim
A
Eb7
lone
Ab Ab
- some soul am I,
Eb Eb
I
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B7 B7
that I could die.
Bb7 Bb7 29
Can
Bb7 Bb7
- - dle light that
Bb7
gleams.
Eb Eb Gm Ab A 33
Haunts
Bb7 Bb7
me in my
Bb7
dreams,
Eb Eb F#dim
I'll
Eb7
pack
Ab
my walk in' -
37
shoes
Eb Eb
To lose
Bb7 Bb7
those Wa bash Blues.
Eb Eb 43
Thru
'Xpect
the
to
Bb
syc
see
a
the
- more
moon
D
- the
shine -
can
on
dle
the
- light
Wa
Gm
is
bash -
shin
an
ing
y
-
-
bright,
night,
Bb
C CC C
49
Mem
Seems
F#
'ry
that
- brings
such
the
a
scent
pic
Db7
of
ture's -
new
bound
mown
to
hay
turn
F#
to
me
me
to
each
the
night,
right,
Db7 51
I
Ma
C7
am
king -
start
up
ing
my
- for
mind
F
that
to
spot
see
no
that
need
home
C7
to
so
ask
far
me
a
when,
way,
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But
Bb
be
un
leav
til -
ing
that
- hoof
hap
Bb7
prints
pens -
t'ward
here's
the
the
old
best
Eb
home
that
road
I
a
can
gain.
say:
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C TREBLE

The
Way
whis-
down
tles
on
C
are
the
blow-
lev-
in',
ee
the
in
G&
smoke-
old
C
stacks
Al-
are
a-
show-
bam-
in',
y,
The
There's
C7
A
Dad-
ropes
F
dy
they
and
are
Mam-
throw-
my,
in',
and
ex-
C&
Eph-
cuse
F
riam
me,
and
I'm
Sam-
go-
my,
in'
On
to
a
the
5
moon
place
C
light
where
E7
night
all
F
you
is
can
har-
find
mo-
C
them
ni-
all,
ous,
9
While
Ev-
D7
they
en
are
the
wait-
preach-
in'
er,
the
He
ban-
is
G7
jos arc
the
syn-
dance-
co-
ing
pa-
teach-
tin'.
er.
13
What's
Have
that
you
C
they're
been
say-
down
in'?
there?
G&
What's
Were
C
that
you
they're
a-
say-
round
in'?
there?
C7
If
B
17
While
you
F
they
ev-
keep
er
play-
go
in',
there you'll
C&
hum-
al-
F
min'
ways
and
be
sway-
found
in',
there,
U's
Why,
the
21
good
dog-
C
ship
gone,
E7
Rob-
Here
ert
comes my
Lee
ba-
that's
by
come
on
to
the
25
car-
good
D7
ry
old
the cot-
Rob-
G7
ton
ert
a-
E.
way.
Lee.
C C G7/D C7/E
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Waitin' For The Robert E Lee

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Watch
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them shuf- flin' a- long.
C
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See
C7
them shuf- flin' a- long. Go take your
37
best
C7
gal real pal, Go
41
down
F
to the lev- ee, I
C&
said
F
to the lev- ee, And
C7
45
join that
F
shuf- flin' throng.
D
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Hear
C7
that mus- ic and song. It's sim- ply
53
great,
C7
mate, Wait- in' on the lev- ee,
57

Wait
C7
in' - for the Rob ert - E. Lee.
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C TREBLE
Guess!
Gucss!
F
What
Where
F
do
do
you
you
think
think
C7
I'm
I'm
think
go
in'
in'
when
when
you
the
think
winds
I'm
start
think
blow
in'
in'
wrong?
strong?
F A AA A
Guess!
Guess!
D
What
Where
do
do
you
you
think
think
A7
I'm
I'm
think
go
in'
in'
when
when
I'm
the
think
nights
in'
start
all
grow
night
in'
long?
long?
D
I
I
5
ain't
ain't
F
think
go
in'
in'
this,
East,
I
I
ain't
ain't
B
think
go
in'
in'
that,
West,
I
I
can
ain't
F
not
go
be
in'
think
o
in'
ver
a
the
-bout
cuck
G7(b5)
your
oo's
hat.
nest.
C7
I'm
My
9
bound
heart
F
for
does
the
not
town
start
that
to
I
pit
B
Iove
a
best,
pat
D7
Where
un
D7(b5)
life
less
G7
is
I
one
hear
sweet
this
song;
song;
C7
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3
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
Henry Creamer & J. Turner Layton - 1922

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Way
C7
down you der in New
G7
Or leans,
C7 F&7
in the land of dream y - scenes,
B BB B
17
F
there'sa gar den of E
C7
den, -
G7
that's what I
C&7
mean.
F F7
21
Cre
C7
ole - ba - bies with flash
G7
ing - eyes,
C7 F&7
soft ly whis per - with ten der sighs,
25
Stop!
F7(4) F7
Oh won't you give your la dy - fair,
B6 F&7
a lit tle smile.
B A7 A7
29
Stop!
G7
you bet your life you'll lin ger - there,
C7(4)
a lit tle - while.
C7
33
There
They've
F
is
got
hea
an -
ven
gels
right
right
here
here
D
on
on
earth,
earth,
with
wear
F
those
ing -
beau
lit
ti
tle -
ful
blue
- queens,
jeans,
D7
37
way
F
down yon
F7
- der in New
G7
Or
C7
leans.
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1
C TREBLE
Bb
q = 240
A AA A
Bb D F7 6
F 10
F Bb F7 14
Bb
B BB B
18
Bb Bb7 Eb 22
Eb E Bb G7 26
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T. Allen and M. Sheafe - 1910
Washington and Lee Swing

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C TREBLE
I
Well
Want
am
I
to
just
pray
join
F
a
each
the
wea
day
heav'nly
F7
ry
to
- pil
heav
band,
Bb
grim
en,
-
-
Plod
For
Want
Bdim
ding
the
to
- thru
strength
play in
F
this
to
the
land
help
ang
of
me
el -
sin;
win,
band,
G7 C7
Gett
I
Want
want to
ing
to
- read
be
hear
F
y
in
the
- for
that
trum
F7
that
pro
pets -
ci
cess
blow
Bb
-
ty,
ion,
ing,
-
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7
When
When
When
Bdim
the
the
the
saints
saints
saints
F
come
come
come
march
march
march
C7
ing
ing
ing
-
-
-
in.
in.
in.
F
Oh when the
12
saints
F F
go march ing - in
F F
Oh when the saints
F
go march
F
ing
F#dim
-
A AA A
in
Gm7 C7
Oh lord I want
F
to be
F7
in that
6
num
Bb
ber -
Bbm7
When the saints
F
go
Dm7
march
Gm7
ing
C7
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C TREBLE
F7 A7
C
A7 F7 A7 C A7 F7 F7
Par-
B
son Lee in Ten- nes- see in ac-
B7
cents loud and clear, said
A AA A
5
"Folks
E
I'm aw- ful sor- ry but our or- gan man ain't here.
B
Now I'd
9
like
F7
some- one to stand up and vol- un- teer
B
to help us out".
B
When a
13
gal
B
named Rag- time Ro- sie stood up and said
B7
that she could play, The
B BB B
17
par-
E
son seemed de- light- ed and he said "Just step this way",
B
And the
21
con-
F7
gre- ga- tion all sat down to pray,
B
Then
F7
came a shout!
B
When
F& 25


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When Ragtime Rosie Ragged The Rosary
Lewis Muir & Edgar Leslie - 1911

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B
time Ro- sie ragged the Ros- a- ry,
F7
C CC C
29
Then
B
he turned a- round on- ly to see:
F7
33
B
To that tune so sweet,
B7 E
It was such a treat,
37
C7
It charmed their feet and set'em danc-
F7
in' and pran- cin' to the
41
Rag-
B
time two-step 'til that Par- son Lee,
F7
D DD D 45
List-
B
nin' to that low-
B7
down mel- o- dy.
E
Then he
F7
said "I
F& 49
want
B
you folks to know
B7
that this ain't
E
no min- strel show"
E
When
53

Rag-
B
time Ro- sie ragged
C7
the ros-
F7
a- ry.
B E7 B
57

,
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Deacon Alexander Started in to reprimand her
Break for Spoken Vocal

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Break for Spoken Vocal
That instead of prayin' Rosie got the folks to swayin''

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C TREBLE
The
I've
minute
had a
that
might-
E
I
y
reach
bu-sy-
B&
the place,
day,
E
I'm
I've
goin'
had to
to ov-
pack
er-
my
feed
things
B&
my
a-
face,
way.
E
'Cause
Now
I
I'H
A AA A
give
have
E
the
n't
land-
had
lord
a
back
good
A
his
meal
rust-
since
A
y
the
key,
day
E
The
I
ver-
went
y
a-
key,
way.
That
I'm
opened
goin' to
5
up
kiss
E
my
my
drear-y-
Pa
B&
and
flat,
Ma,
E
Where
a
ma-
doz-
ny
en
wear-
times
y
for
nights
ev-
B&
I
'ry
sat,
star,
E
Think-
Shin-
E
ing
ing
9
of
o-
F7
the
ver
folks
Al-
down
a-
home
ba-
who
ma's
think
new
of
mown
me.
hay.
B B B
I'll
That is
be
13
why
glad
B7
you'll
e-
hear
nough
me
to
sing-
throw
F7
ing
my-
mer-
self
ri-
a-
ly;
way.
B7 B B7
When that
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Irving Berlin - 1912
When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam'

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E
night choo- choo leaves
B7
for Al- a- bam',
E
I'll be right
B BB B
21
there,
B7
I've got my fare.
E
When I
25
see
E
that dust- y haired
B7
con- duc- tor- man,
E
I'll grab him
29
by
F7
the col-lar And I'll hol ler, - "Al-
B7
a- bam! Al- a-bam!"- That's where you
33
stop this
E7
train, That's takin' me home
A
a- gain. Back home where
C CC C
37
I'll
C7
re- main, Where my hon- ey- lamb
F
am.
B7
41
I
E
will be right there with bells, When
G7
that old con- duc-
C
tor yells, "All a-
45

board!
B7
All a- board! All a- board for Al- a- bam'.
E
When
B7
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C TREBLE
When you
B
wore a tul- ip, a sweet yel- low tul-
B7
ip, and
A AA A
I
E
wore a big red rose,
B B7
5
When
E
you ca ressed - me,
E
'twas then
B
Heav en - blessed
G7
me, what a
9
bless
C7
ing - no one knows.
F7
13
You
B
made life cheer- y, when you called me dear-
B7
ie, 'twas
B BB B
17
down
E
where the blue grass grows,
D7
Your lips were
21
sweet-
G7
er than jul- ep, when you
C7
wore that tul- ip and
25
I
F7
wore a big red rose.
B
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Percy Wenrich & Jack Mahoney - 1914
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You're a mil-
G7
lion miles
C7
from no-
F7
where, when
A
you're
A AA A
one
C7/G
lit- tle mile
C7
from home.
F
It's the
5
song
G7
of moth-
C7
er's tears,
G7 C7
That keeps
9
ring-
B/F
ing in
A/C
your ears.
F
You just
A
13
leave
G7
the gates
C7
of heav-
F7
en, When
A
you
B BB B
17
leave
C7
Moth- er's arms to
E7
roam.
A7 B7 C A7/C
You're a
21
mil-
D7
lion miles from no-
G
where,
G7
When
G
you're
25
one
F/A
lit-
A
tle mile
C7/G
from
C7
home.
F B7 F
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Walter Donaldson - 1919
When You're A Millioin Miles From Nowhere

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C TREBLE
Thous
F
ands of years a go - or may be
F
- more,
C7
out on an is land - on a south ern
F
- shore,
C7 5
Rob
D7
in - son - Cru soe - land ed - on
G7
fine day,
9
no
G7
rent to pay and no wife
C7
to o bey, -
13
His
F
good man Fri day - was his on ly
F
- friend,
C7
A AA A
17
F7
they didn 't - bor row - or lend,
B 21
They
G
built a lit
D7
tle - hut, lived
G
there'til Fri
D7
- day, but
25
Sat
G7
ru - day - night it was shut.
C7
And
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Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go?
Young/Lewis/ Meyer - 1916







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F
did Rob in - son - Cru
D7
soe - go With
B BB B
33
Fri
G7
day - on Sat - ur day night? Ev 'ry -
37
Sat
C7
ru - day - night they would start in to roam,
41
Then
G7
on Sun day - morn ing - they'dcome stag
G7
ger - ing - home.
C7
On this
45
is land
D7
- lived wild men in can ni - bal - trim min' - and
C CC C
49
where
G7
there are wild men there must
G7
be wild wom
C7
men, - so
53
Where
F
did Rob in - son - Cru
D7
soe - go With
57
Fri
G7
day - on Sat
C7
ur - day - night?
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2
1
C TREBLE
We're poor
E
lit-tlelambs who
E
have lost
B7
our way.
A AA A
Baa!
F7
Baa!
B7
Baa!
E B7
We're
5
lit-
E
tle black sheep who
E
have gone
B7
a- stray,
9
Baa!
F7
Baa!
B7
Baa.
E
13
Gen
C
tle - men -
song sters - Off
E
on a spree,
B BB B
17
Doomed
B7
from here
B&7
to e- ter-
E
ni- ty.
E7 D7 D7
21
Lord
C7
have mer- cy on such
F7
as we,
25
Baa!
B7
Baa! Baa!
E A6 E B7
29


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Tod B. Galloway - 1909
The Whiffenpoof Song

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Whis-
E
per- ing while you cud- dle near
D7
me,
A AA A
Whis
E
per-
-
ing so no one can hear
C&7
me,
C7
5
Each
F7
lit- tle whis- per seems to cheer
B7
me,
9
I
E
know it's true, there'sno one
B7
dear, but you, You're
B&7
13
whis-
E
per- ing why you'll nev- er leave
D7
me,
B BB B
17
Whis-
E
per- ing why you'll nev- er
grieve
C&7
me,
C7
21
Whis-
F7
per and say that you be- lieve
B7
me,
25
Whis-
F7
per- ing that I love
A
you.
E
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Whispering
Schonberger - Coburn - V. Rose - 1920

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C TREBLE
C E7 A E
F
A7 D
A
G7 C C C
5
C E7 A E
F
A7 D
9
G7 C
13
A7 D A7 D
B
17
G7 C G7 C
21
A7
D
A7
D 25
F C G7 C 29


Ted Snyder - 1909
Wild Cherries Rag

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C7
C
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C7
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F
C/E D
D7
C7
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C7
F
A7
45
D
A7 D A7
D
A7
D
49
F
C7
F
C7
F
D7(b5)
C
53
D7
C D7 C
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G7
C7
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Wild Cherries Rag
2

C TREBLE
Dear
F&
one,
B
the world
F&
is
A
wait-
B
ing for the sun-
D7
rise,
5
Ev
E
'ry rose
B F G7
is
9
heav-
C7
y with dew.
F7
The
F&
13
thrush
B
on high,
F&
His
B 17
sleep
B
y - mate is call-
D7
ing,
21
And
E
my heart
B F G7
is
25
call
E6
ing
F7
- - you.
B
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Eugene Lockhart & Ernest Seity - 1919
The World Is Waiting For the Sunrise

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C TREBLE
Great
Ev
B
big
'ry
A/C
sca
lit
B/D
ry
tle
eyes
tot
you
at
see
night
F7
so
is
you
a
cov
fraid
B
er
of
up
the
up
dark,
F7
your
you
head,
know.
B
But
Some
B
that
big
A/C
Ya
Ya
ma
rna
B/D
man
man
is
they
there,
see,
stand
when
ing right
off
F
be
to
side
bed
C7
your
they
bed!
go.
F7
5

Ya-
B
ma, Ya- ma, the Ya-
F7
ma man, Ter-
F7
ri-ble eyes and a long
B
bo- ney hand.
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If
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you don't
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watch out he'll get
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you with-out-
G7
a doubt, If
C7
he
can!
F7
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May-be-
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he's hid- in' be-hind
F7
the chair, Read-y-
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to spring out at you
B
un- a- ware!
B7
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Run
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to your Ma- ma cuz' herecomes
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the Ya-
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ma Ya-
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ma
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man!
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The Yama Yama Man

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E'er since Miss Su
Yel
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san
low
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John
Dog
son lost
Dis
her
trict
Jock
like
ey
a
- Lee,
book,
There
In
has
deed -
been
I
much
know
ex
the
cite
route
- ment,
that
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more
Ri
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to
der -
be;
took.
You
Ev
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can
'ry -
hear
cross
F7
her
tie
moan
ba
F
ing
you,
-
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night
burg
F7
and
and
morn.
bog.
C
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Won
Way
der
down
- where
where
my
the
Ea
South
sy
ern
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Ri
cross
der's
the
- gone?
Dog.
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Ca
Mon
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ble
ey
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grams
don't
come
'xact
of
ly -
sym
grow
pa
on
- thy
trees,
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On
Te
cot
le
ton
- grams
stalks
go
it
of
growns
in
with
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qui
ease,
ry -
No
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Let
racce
F
ters
horse,
- come
race
F7
from
track
down
no
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in
grand
"Bam"
stand
F7
And
Is
ev
like
C
'ry
Old
- where
Back
that
an'
Un
Buck
cle
shot
-
-
Sam
land.
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Has
Down
e
where
ven - a
the
ru
South
ral
ern
- de lie
cross
- ver
the
- y.
Dog.
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G7
All
Ev
day
e -
the
ry -
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chen
rings
there
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is
it's
a
not
cab
for me,
a ret,
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At
Down
last
where the
good
boll
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ti
wev'l
dings,
works
-
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Fill
While
our
the
hearts
far
with
mers -
glee,
play.
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This
This
mes
Yel
D7
sage
low
-
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comes,
Dog Blues
30
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from
the
Ten
live
nes
long
-
-
see.
day.
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C
Sue
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your
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Ea
F
sy
F7
- Ri
Bb
der
Bdim
-
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struck this burg to day, - On
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a
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south bound'ratt ler -
D DD D
37
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side door Pull man car.
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Seen
C7
him here, and he was on the
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hog.
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Ea
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sy
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Bb
der's
Bdim
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got a stay a way,
F7
- so he
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had to vamp it but the hike ain't far.
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He's
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gone
C7
where the South ern - cross the Yel low - Dog.
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Dadd
Bb
y - dear list
Bbdim
en - here
Bb
your mam ma's - feel
Bbdim
in' - blue.
Bb
A AA A
I don't see much of you,
F7
and that will ne
Bbdim
- ver do.
Bb 5
Once
Bb
a week Ma
Bbdim
ma's - cheek
Bb
Needs a kiss
Bbdim
or two.
Bb B7 9
I'm
C7
not show - in' you
F
the door but I must
Bb
lay down
C7
the law.
F
You've got to
13
see
Bb
Mam-ma ev-'ry- night, Or you can't
F7
see Mam ma - at all.
Bb
You've got to
B BB B
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kiss
Bb
Mam- ma, Treat her right, Or she won't
C
be home when you call.
F7 21
If
B7
you want my com- pan- y, You
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can't fif- ty fif-
E
ty me.You've got to
25
see
Bb
Mam-rna ev-'ry night, Or you can't
F7
see Mam-ma at all.
Bb 29

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You've Got TO See Your Mama Everynight
Billy Rose & Con Conrad - 1923

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Mon
Bb
day - night I sat
F#
a lone. -
F7
Tues
Bb
day - night you did
F#
not phone
F7
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Wednes
Bb
day - night you did
Cm7
not call
F#m7
and
F7
thurs
Bb
day - night it was the same
F7
old
stall
Bb 37
Fri
Bb
day - night you dodged
F#
my path
F7
Sat
Bb
ur - day - you took
F#
yourbath
F7 41
Sun
Bb
day - night youcalled
Cm7
on me
F#m7
but
F7
you brought
Bb
threegirls for some com
F7
pan - y -
Bb
you've got to
45
see
Bb
your ma ma - ev er - y - night or youcan't
F7
see your ma ma - at all
Bb
You've go to
D DD D
49
Kiss
Bb
your ma ma - and treather right or she won't
C
be at home when you call
F7
Now
53
I
Bb
don't want the kind of man who gives
Eb
his love on thein stal
Eb7
- ment - plan you've gotto
57
see
Bb
your ma ma - ev er - y - night or you can't
F7
see your ma ma - at all
Bb 61

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