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Fake Book 1

pre 1923
Ver 1.1

Eb

The Creole Jazz Band wordmark was created by Madeline Koeberling.


Thanks to Madelines patience with us, her incredibly thorough analysis
of our needs, her research, and of course her creativity, she was able
to develop this outstanding logo.
Madeline can be contacted through her website at:
www.madelinekoeberling.ca

This Fake Book has been assembled with tunes that have all been written prior to 1923.
Therefore these are all out of copyright in the USA. I hope you enjoy the tunes.
This fakebook has been produced in the following versions:
C Treble
Bb Treble
Eb Treble
Bass Clef
Tuba (bass clef one octave lower)
If you want versions in other keys or want more tunes added, feel free to contact me.
Kevin Yeates
The Creole Jazz Band
kyeates@yahoo.com

12th Street Rag ................................................. 1


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

12th Street Rag

Eb TREBLE

Euday L. Bowman - 1914

G7
G7
G7
G7
G7


A5

C G7

G7

G7

13

17 D7

B 21

33

G7

29

C G7

25 G7

C7



D7
G7

Standard Doo Wack-a-doo chorus

F7

Back to top with INtro


Etc

37 A C

G7

G7

q = 100

A Good Man is Hard to Find

Eb TREBLE

A9

My heart's sad and I am

Gm

all

A7

E7

D7

D7

when you think that

20

A7

see

then you

him in his grave

oh

that man I ev - er seen

D7

get

you

just

look to find him fool - in' "round

and you all

is

crave

you wan - na

Gm

G D#7

nice take

my

so if your man

the oth - er kind

E7

D7

A7

rave

Lord a

pal,

and

you al - ways

E7

A7

he's your

with some oth - er gal

23

A7

is hard to find

me mean.

my heart is broke and that is why I say.

E7

good man

treats

A7

17

Gdim

my hap - pi - ness is less to day,

13

my man

- gret the day that I was born,

G Gdim D7

a - lone

I re

D7

D7


ad - vice

and

G
G
G

D#7 D7 G

27

hug him in the morn - in' kiss him ev' ry night

31

A7

good

man now

D7

- a - days is

give him plen - ty lov in' treat him right cuz a


hard to

find,

D7

so

hard to

find.

D7

Afghanistan
Eb TREBLE

William Wilander & Harry Donelly - 1920

A D

G/D

tan,

There's a Hin- du maid and a

In the land of Af- ghan- is-

D7

She swore by the stars up

a - bove

B C7

day,

In

21

Af-

ghan- is-

G7 C7

by

the

fair

25 C7

'Cross

the

29 G

C7

was the

In

There's

Wait- ing

for

you,

des - ert

sand,

we

will

to

car- a-

i-

dol,

in

her.

F/A F/A
van

Break - Unison 1 bar

And for you on-

ly.

E7/G

find

C7
A7/C

D G7

day for you,my

C7

way.

C7

love her.

tan,

sis,

A7

o-

A7/C

C7

There will be a bri- dal

to

a-

his dreams he's call- ing

C7

Break

one

stole his Hin- du maid-en


a-

Hin- du man is lone- ly and blue.

17

man.

G/D

D7

that he

But there came an- oth- er one

13

her

A7

Break

Af- ghan- is-

tem-

tan.

ple,

Eb TREBLE

After You've Gone

q = 110 - 120

1916

D7
A G


Now won't you list - en hon- ey while

I say

How could you tell me that you're

D7
B7 Em7

D7

goin' a

way?

Don't say that

we

must part,

You know thatI'veloved you for these ma

12

C7

Day

ny years,

G7

Em7
Am D7


Ohhon- ey ba by can't you see my

D7
G7 Am7
E7

Don't you break your

D7

Bm

ba by's heart.

E7

Loved you both night

Am7

D7

tears? List - en

while I

and

say.

Eb TREBLE

B C

Cm6

F9 G

17

and left me cry - in'

Af -ter you've gone,

D9

21

You'll feel blue

25

You'll feel sad

32

Am7

E7

Some

day

Em7

Cdim7

Cm6 F9

When

you'll want me on - ly

you'll miss the dear - est pal you've ev - er

now don't for - get it, There'll come a time,

you grow lone

ly

E7 Am7

Bm7

had.

E9

when you'll re - gret it.

Fm7
B7


Your heart will break like mine and

G6

Af ter you've gone

there's no de - ny - in'

F9 G

Am7

E7

G7

Cm6

There'll come a time

29

Af -ter you've gone,

Bm7

D7

G6

Af ter you've gone A - way.

G7

Solos at "B"

Eb TREBLE

After The Ball

q = 100

C7

17

Charles K Harris - 1891

C7

Dm

Bdim7

D7

G7

C7

33

Dm

A7

Bb

C7

41

B Bb

C7

51

Bdim

58

G7

A7

C7
73

F
81 D

C7
89

65 C

C7

C7

G7

D7

C7

G7

C7

D7

A7

Bb

25

C7

G7

Eb TREBLE

Ain't We Got Fun

Kahn & Egan Whiting


1921

q = 185

Ev - 'ry

morn - ing,

G7 A7

much

mon - ey,

Not

Ev - 'ry

Fm C7 Fm C7

13

an - y

D
C

E - ven

21

Tax

if

we

25

There's noth - ing

D
D C

D
C

G7 A7

get - ting

D7

got

fun!

have'nt

car,

stay as we

A7

Don't

clos - er

Bm

Em

sur - er,

fun!

Fm

We'll

gro - cer

mean - time

the

F7

We

owe

29

In the

got

Ain't we

dear.

G7 A7

col - lec - tor's

dear,

way,

17

G7 A7

G7
A7

Ain't we

Oh, but hon - ey

The rent's un - paid,

But

eve - ning,

A7

D
C

Still

A7

are,

G7

A7

we

fun?

have

we

have

D7

fun!

G A7

the rich get rich and the poor get poor - er

E7

in be - tween time

A7

Fm
D

Ain't We Got Fun!

Aggravatin' Papa
Eb TREBLE

A C

I know a trif-

lin'

Roy Turk & Russell Robinson - 1922

He lives in Birm-

9 G7



oth- er

night,

They call him "Trif-

man,

ing- ham,

lin' Sam".

C C

G7

'Way down in

Al-

a-

had

fight

with a

Now the

bam'.

D7
G
A7

He

gal named Man- dy

D7
Brymm,

D7
A7 D7 G7

13 G

plain-

ly sta-

ted she was

ag-

gra- va-

ted, An she shout- ed

out to

him:


And she

Aggravatin' Papa
Eb TREBLE

B C

17

A7 D7 G7
C

"Ag- gra- va- tin' pa- pa,

Don't you try to two- time

me,

I said don't two- time me.

A7 D7 G7
C

C7

21 C

Ag- gra- va- tin' pa- pa,

25 F

Treat me kind or let me

C C7

List- en

while

get you

you step out with a

Stop mess- in' 'round, sweet

I'll smack you down and I

roll.

If

I'll do an- y- thing you

say,

yes, an- y- thing you say.

But when you go strut- tin',

Do your strut- tin' round my

way.

C7 C7

C7

Stop Time - Play beats 1 & 4 as marked

don't mean may- be!

C7

jel- ly

Break 2 bars

A7 D7 G7
C

be.

G7

33 C C

F
37

let me

C A7

high brown ba- by,

Ag- gra- va- tin' pa- pa,

I mean just

told,

29 C7

be,

B7

G7


So

pa-

pa,

Now

pa-

pa,

Now

pa-

pa,

41

Just treat me

pret- ty,

You best be care-ful,Once you werestead-y

A7

45

Ag- gra- va- tin' pa- pa,

I pos- sess

As yon can

I can beat you do -in' whatyou're doin to

be, 'Cause

Once you were true,

D7

But

me,

pa- pa, now sweet ma- ma can't de- pend on you,

C C7 F F

G7

Don't you try to two- time

-2-

fort - y four that don't re- peat!

Be nice and sweet, 'Cause

me!

G7

Alcoholic Blues

Eb TREBLE

A
D

Gm

D7

A7

Bb7 A7

Albert Von Tilzer 1919

Vamp

A7
D

C D

13

17

I'm so thirs - ty

A7

just

27

run

dry.

soon

I'll

did - n't hes


E7

I'm

die,

E7

did

sim - ply gon - na 'vap

din

- o - rate or

- ner down,

E7

but now they've cut

deep in

A7

cut my

- n't frown.

A7

drives me in - sane.

- i - tate I

cut my coal,

E7

pro - a - bi- tion

When Mis - ter Hoo- ver said to

30

A7

D
I

that'sthe name,

Em

21

24

Pro - hi - bi- tion,

A7

A7

- side

cut my sug - ar

my soul. I've got the

Alcoholic Blues

11

Eb TREBLE

D
D

33

blues,

I've got the Blues,

blues,

I've got the

37

no
Bars

40

Gm

more beer
are

closed

my

heart

and

night


used to make me fris
what

to

- ky.

do,

al

since they am

Blues,

the

I'vegot

- co - hol - ic
- pu - ta - ted

D7

blues.

There's

booze.

to

good

- bye

whis - key

lord

- y

lord

cheer,

clubs too,

A7

So

long

hi - ball,

good

- bye gin,

So

long

hi - ball,

good

- bye gin,

- y

Solos at "D"
43

tell

me

when you're

com

tell

me

when you're

com

Bb7

A7

- in'

back

- gain.

- in'

back

- gain.

Eb TREBLE

Alexander's Ragtime Band

VERSE
A

E7

Oh, ma hon - ey,

Oh, ma hon - ey,

Oh, ma hon - ey,

Oh, ma hon - ey,

Bet - ter hur - ry and let's me

Like

- in',

Ain't you

a chick - en,

E7

rag - gedme

Oh,

Al
band

Oh, ma

Come and lis - ten,

ex

- der's

grand

peach

- es,

come

you

- ter

the

clar i - net

com
hur

- ry

hon - ey,

Let me take you to

Come and lis - ten,

To a class - i - cal

A0

stand,

brass

band,

now,

some

E7

Bet

And


Ain't

- er man,

A7

an

what's

15

ma hon - ey,

the lead

- terman?

To

E7

- in'

Like a chick - en,

is a col - ored pet,

12

go

- an - der,

B7


you go

There's a fid - dle with notesthat screech - es,

Ain't

Irving Berlin, 1911

A7

in' a

long?

long.

how,

A7


Come on

and

Alexander's Ragtime Band

17

hear,

Come on and

21

land.

So

na

tur

E7

hear,

man!

Up to the

D7

45

you

hear

the

band

hear,

to

go

war.

you

by

the lea

Ri

- ver played

- der

in

of the


Up

to the

band.

And if

you

Ddim

rag -

time.

A7

Come on a

the hand.



Who's

ney lamb.

to

ho

me take

the

A7

Let

in

- ver heard be - fore.

am,

what

Come on and

ne

band

best

D7

Swa- nee

you

want

long.

Come on a

care to

the

call like

Come on and


It's

gle

der's Rag time Band.

that

best - est

man.

41

- al

the

37

just

hear!

long.

can play a bu-

33

Al ex an
-

That's

A7

on and


They

29

hear,

Come

27

hear,

24

Eb TREBLE

Al - ex an -der's Rag - time

Come on

Band,

and

Eb Treble

All The Girls Go Crazy


Stop Time-2 Bars:................................

Kid Ory

h = 100

C
C
G
A C C

1916

D7

Stop Time-2 Bars:.........................................

G7
C C
C C
G

D7

12

G7


All the

Solos Begin Here

CB
G

17

girls

go

craz

on

their

knees

say - in'

- y 'bout the way thatI walk

22

26

"Ba

The

by,"

Sayin'

G7

Hon - ey'bout the way I

walk

Yes,

Craz - y 'bout the way I

walk.

Yes, they fall

craz
knees

G

-

y 'bout the way that


plead - in'

"Ba

30

Hon - ey 'bout the way


Craz - y 'bout the way

I
I

by,"

walk,

all

the

D7

way thatI walk
"Ba

go

on

their

D7

'Bout the way that I


Say

by,"

girls

walk,

in' "Ba - by,"

G7

walk
walk

They fall

On to "C" after last solo:

1
The Grils go Crazy "bout the Way I Walk
Eb Treble

Chorus: 1st Time Soft:

C C
G

33

D7
G
G7

37

42

D7

45

49 D C

55

Climax Chorus: ad lib:

G7

G
G7

D7

D7

60

C7
G

Alice Blue Gown (4/4)

Eb TREBLE

A A

In

B7

first

E7

both

B7

my

sweet

A7

lit- tle

wan- dered

B A

17

man-

world

25

wilt-

sweet

B7

down

in-

to town,

proud and shy,

As

'ry

shop

win- dow

ner

of

A7

ion

seemed to

smile

all

a-

ed

wore

it,

E7

lit-

tle

A-

lice

by;

D7

round.

A/C

pass- ing

C7

was

I'd frown,

But

in

Then

in

And

the

F7

E7

B7/D

ev- 'ry eye,

primp,

F7

E7
I'd

felt

G7 G7

fash-


When I

C7

- lice Blue Gown,

29

21

F7

13

ev-

G7 G7

McCarthy/Tierney - 1919

I'll

al-

Blue Gown.

ways

A D

G9

F7

a-

dore

C7/E

'Til

it

it,

My

Amazing Grace

A - ma
Twas
grace
Through ma

saved
grace
have

once
pre grace

Bm

13

blind
hour
grace

D7

grace,
taught
dang

how
my
ers

sweet
heart
toils

the
to
and

zing
that
ny


a
my
al

was
cious
that

but
I
will

wretch
fears
rea

like
re
dy

now
grace
safe

now
first
lead

I
be
us

sound,
fear,
snares,

That
And
we

see.
lieved.
home.

I
How
T'was

me.
lieved.
come.

but
that
us

A7

lost
did
brought

am
ap
thus

found,
pear,
far,

was
the
and

Eb TREBLE q = 160

Alabama Jubilee

A G


Man- do

Eb7

A7

nights down

in

It's a

old

Goes right to you head and trick - les

treat,

mind

D7

bam:

B E7

see Dea con

Jones when he

'round like

clown,

E7

B7

Hail,

Hail,

rat- tles them

Aunt Jem - i

ry

find

You

ought

er

of

to

A7

bones,

Old Par son

- ma

who is

o' pep! Wtach yo' step,

26

round on his toe,

mem - o

Brown danc - in'

D7

23

Shout - in'"I'm full

D7

A7

20

29

er

D7

E7

17

re

Al

D7

A7

feet.

D7

Bet- ter hur - ry hon- ey dear,or you'll be miss- in'

rag time

to your

15

Eb7

don't de- lay,

sweet,

A7

12

Ev-'ry - bod - y tun - in' up,the fun be - gins,

Em

Com ethis way,

D7
G
D7

vi - o - lins,

lins,

George CObb - 1915

Mu - sic

Amin

past eight - y three

E7

watch yo' step!" One leg - ged Joe danced a -

Amin
A7

Threw a - way his cane and hol lered,"Let her

the gang's all here for an

A7

D7

Al - a - bam a Jub - i

lee.

go!"

Oh Hon ey

And They Called It Dixieland


Eb TREBLE

Raymond Egan & Richard Whiting - 1916

A
G

They built a

D7

E7
fin-

G B7 E7
A7

lit- tle gar-den

for the rose, And they called it Dix- ie-

sum- mer breeze to

keep the snows

est place I've

known,

E7

When they built

land. They built a

far a- way from Dix- ie-

land.

They built the

A7

my home sweet home,

D A7 D7
A7

13

was for-got- ten in the land of cot- ton, from the clo- ver to the hon- ey

B
A7
G G B7 E7

17

took an

21

an- gel

D7
bit

of heav- en

from the skies,

And they gave her heart to

B7

in her eyes,

Just as blue as blue can

A7
E7

25


Noth-ing

comb, And then they

me.

She had a

be.

They put some

fine spring chick - ens

in the land, And taught my Mam - my how to use a fry-ing pan. They made it

D7

29

twice as

nice

as

B7

E7

A7

D7

Dix- ie-

land.

Par- a- dise,

And they called it

American Patrol
Eb TREBLE

F.W. Meacham - 1891

A7

A7
E7

D7
D

G
E7
A7

13

17

B
A7

A7

21

D A7

25

29

D7

Any Time

Eb TREBLE

Herbert Lawson ? in 1921

B7

E7

An - y

you'refeel ing lone - ly,

time

E7

'bout

F7

you,

E7

28

1.

you.

So

want me back

32

A7

D#0

a - gain,

A7

time

you'refeel ing

B7

An - y time

an - y

A7

time

you'rethink ing

3
I'll bethink ing of

B7

time

you

say

A7

that's the

time

2.

An - y


Thatwill

B7

That'sthe

youfeeldownheart -ed,

me,

24

An - y

your lovefor me is true.

20

time

A7

Gm

An - y

E7

prove

blue,

14

you.

I'll

you

come back home to

April Showers
Louis Silvers & Bud DeSylva
1921

Eb TREBLE

B7

Tho' A- pril Show - ers

B7

may come your way,

C7

that bloom in

May.

They bring the flo - wers

Fm

So if its rain - ing

have no re - grets,

F7
B7

13

Be causeit

18

see

clouds

song,

up- on the hills,

you soon will see

Am

So keep on look ing for a

C7

C7

F7

when ev - er

blue bird,

B7

crowds

dils,

29

Fm

24

is- n't rain ing rainyou know,it's rain ing vi - o - lets. And where you

of daf- fo -

and list 'ning for his

A - pril Sho wers come a - long.

At a Georgia camp Meeting


2 bars unison w/ Clarinet trill

Eb TREBLE

D7
G

G7

G D7

D7
G
G7

11

A7

2 bars unison

17

D7

21

27

B D7

Cdim

33

E7

Fine

D7

D7

A7

D7

Edim

G7

Back to "B" for solos, after last solo play "A" once

At The Devil's Ball


Eb TREBLE

F
E7

I had a

dream last night, - That filledme full

Dev - il

be - low.

In

great

his

A C7

Dev- il was giv-

ing

Ball.

10

gaz- ing

at

the mer-ry crowd

B7

13

must con- fess

to

you,

Irving Berlin - 1913

of fright: - I dreamt that I

big

fier-

hall,


Where the

I checked my

was with the

coat and

hat and

start-ed-


that came to

wit-ness the show.

E7

There were ma-

ny there

knew.

And I

At

the

At The Devil's Ball


Eb TREBLE

B A

17

Dev-il's Ball,

B7

At the Dev-il's Ball,


I saw the

E7 A A E7 A A

21

cute Mrs. Dev-

B7

25

Dressed in a lit-

il, so pret-ty- and fat,

Eph- re-ham,the lead-er man,wha led the band last

29

In

theDev-il's-

E7 A

Fall,

He played the mu-sic at the

Hall.


I saw the

A
A7

33

il that

E7

B7

Dev-il's Ball,

fun-ni-est dev-

tle red fire- man's hat.

E7

I ev-er saw,

Tak-ing the tick- ets from folks at the door,

D
C7
F
B7 B7
E7
B7
E7

37

I caught a glimpse of mymoth-er in- law,

B7
E7
A

41

Danc-ing- at the Dev-il's-

Ball.

Danc-ing with the Dev-il,

At the

Oh! the lit tle Dev - il,

Eb TREBLE

At The Jazz Band Ball


q = 180

Original Dixieland Jazz band - 1918

Em

D7

G
E7
A7
D7

Em

13

A7

D7

A7

17

B E7

23

28

E7

33

E7

A7

D7
G

D7

E7

A7
C Cdim
G
E7

43

A7

A7

38

D7

E7

Cdim

A7

D7
G

Aunt Hagar's Blues

Eb TREBLE

W.C. HANDY 1921

C7
G+ C G+ C




AC

Old dea - con Spliv - in,


F7

Said he "No swing - in',

Dm7

His flock was giv - in'

the way of liv - in' right.

G7
C

Dm

No rag - time sing - in' to - night".

G7

C C7 F Fm C

Up jumped Aunt Ha - gar


a - bout the jazz- in'?

G7

G7

17

F7

F7

Oh my, just lis - ten!"

They play it

C7

My boys have just come home,

With la - test mu - sic,

21

G7

and shout - ed out with all her might:

13 B C

"Why all this razz- in',

on the sax - o- phone".

C F7


the dea - con shout - ed with a

moan.

Eb TREBLE

C C7

Hear Aunt Ha - gar's

29

C G7
C G7

F F

25 C

chil - dren har - mo - niz - ing. Hear that sweet mel

C7

G7

Cm

like a

G7

choir

from on

high

brought it, the good Lawd sent

G7

it right

down

F
F C
G7
C G7

37

- ga - tion

join

while I sing those lov - in' Aunt Ha

41 D

Oh,

- dy,

'taint no use you preach - in', Oh,

It's


If the

to me.

C7

con - gre

broke loose.

Cm

dev - il

C7
G7

33

G7

Letthe

G7

- gar's Blues.

F7
C7

'tain't no use o'teach - in'

Such jazz- a - pa - tion

D7

46

such mod - u - la - tion,

50

G7

A7

When my feet say dance, I just can'tre - fuse,


that mel

E7

- o - dy they call the blues,

G7

When I

Aunt Ha -gar's Child - ren Blues.

hear

Eb TREBLE

Avalon

found

my

love

in

A - va - lon,

A7

side

the

A7

my

love

in

D
sailed

dream

of

her

and

Em

so

29

think

Em7
A

va

from

C7
C7

B7

I'll

trav - el

dawn.

lon.

C7

A7

C7

Gm6

'til

and

A - va - lon

dusk
25

B7

way.

21

A+7

B B7

17

A - va - lon,

1920

Be

bay,

A+7

left
13

A7

AL Jolson

And

on,

to

Back To Storyville

Eb TREBLE

A C7

Go- in' back to

C7

to

be,

F7

why.

Ev-'ry-thing'bout Sto-ry-ville

C
G7

just a part of me,

B C7

where I long

to ask me

Louis Armstrong

C7

Sto- ry-ville, that's

Ain't notime

G7

Since

is

this high.

I was just

G7

G7


Go- in'

C7

back to ol' De- sire,

12

street

a- round,Friends

F7

in'

changes on De-

G7


where

I'll take

I knowwill

shake my hand.

F7


Noth-

15

I know my way

sire,

that street of my home town,

my

stand.

G7

the


There's

Back To Storyville

Eb TREBLE

17

C F

ca-fe-

19 D7

21

23

drop

called

"The

la-

dy

rolls the

up

D7

ol'

pi-

in

some-thin'

G7

so

you

can

C7

choose.

cut

low,

G7
with the "Jel-ly-

you

an- o

shut,

an-y-time

E7

D C7

nev-er-

G7

most

tailored-

Pup" that's

a round
-

A7

E7

There's a

she

Roll

Blues".

Goin'

C7

25

back to Sto-ry- ville,

28

I'm gon- na' take

F7


Oh I

31

my horn,

My

justcan'twait un - til

G7


Sto - ry -

ville,

my

nif-ty suit, my brush andcomb.

I'm back where I was

my

home.

born,

G7

Baby Won't You Please Come Home

Eb TREBLE

Bb



A7

D7

feel so

D7

I've got the blues,

A7

B7 B7b5

lone

Em B+

- ly make you un - der - stand.

Bb

D7

Bb

ly,

I'd give the world

Em7

I could on

A7

Clarence Williams and


CHarles Warfield - 1919

A7

Itsure - ly would be

G7

I'm goin'to tel - e

Em7

13

A7

A G

20

Ba

29

I'm

all for

B7

D7

in

E7

When you left you broke my

heart,

B7

Em

vain,

- ry

E7

you will hear me say,

grand.

"Cause

D7

all day

long.

Em7

'cause your mam - ma's all

A7

Eb9

D7

nev - er no more to call your name.

B7

Be cause I nev - er thought we'd part.

Ev -'ry

G F7b5

A7

A7

Am7


hour in the day,

wor

home,

D#

I have tried

D7

- lorn,

Em7

E7

- by won't you please come

lone.

25

D#

if

As you won't you please come home,

A7

by,

D7

when you're gone

17

- graph you ba

A7

D7

Ba - by won't you please come

home.

Blue (And Broken Hearted)

Eb TREBLE

AG

Blue,

B7

A

G

13

17

21

25

There

was

time

You

know

the

rea-

True,

you're

We made

we're

ken

was

son

I'm

and

oh!

so

want

you

blun- der

part-

ed,

heart-

ed.

and

D7

blue

too.

D7

jol-

A7

E7

bro-

B7

29 C

cause

be-

and

Blue,

Blue,

Lou Handman - 1922

ly,

D7

D&

mel-

an-

chol-

y.

lone-

ly,

E7

on-

ly.

lots

of

time

won- der

if

Ballin' The Jack


Eb TREBLE

Chris Smith - 1913

Folks

in

F7

B7

Geor- gia's

It's being done

A7

'bout to

at

D7

E7

down in Geor- gia came;

I'm

the

on-

ly

now has got the craze,

It's

the best dance

C7

the

par-

ty

in-

is

why

rave

I'm
That

me

tro- duced
a-

to know

A7

C7

try

to

do

it

there,

it

so!

cie

- ty

thing or

mod- ern days,

B7

so!

C7

two,

Give

me

you prance;

will show this


now

When

do you'll

say

that

it's

bear!

Once

a - gain

steps

to

you

I'll

show:

the

new dance

so-

done in

the dance, Join right in

per- son who's to blame,

E7
D7

for spring- ing some- thing new;


all

All

that will make

Since that

B7

cre- dit

12

bout

Play some good Rag

15

F7

Give

in- sane

go

all the ca- bar- ets,

C7

cre- dit

Old folks, young folks,

lit- tle danceto

you,

while you got the chance,

D7

Ballin' The Jack


Eb TREBLE

C E7

17


A7

First you put your two knees close up tight,

20

A7

D7


Twist

a- round and twist

Stretch

31

and

that's

lov - in' armsstraight out in space,

all

grace

Swing your

what

C
call

foot


Then you

way 'round then

D7
"Ball-

in

A7

B7

Jack".

E7

bring it

Solos at "C"
G
the

do the Ea- gle Rock with sty-

your might,

E7

28

le

a- round with

Then you

B7

nice and light,

C7

E7

Step a-round thefloor kind of

B7

D E7

25

sway'em to the right,

23

Then you sway 'em to the left then you

back,

Now

Beale St. Blues


Eb TREBLE

G
D7
G
D7

G
D7
G

You'll

see

pret

see

Hog


- ty

C
tail

Browns

- Nose rest - 'rants

Beale Street

Could

talk,

or

- mades and

that

tell

hand
by

of

men_would have_to pack their

10

skilled,

Now just

sham,


New

- er drink booze,

1.

bod

in

beau

- ti -

ful

and

Chit

- lin

Ca

If

Beale Street

- y
Je

D7
hets

- me - downs.

could

bags

and

- ru - sa - lem.

bus' ness nev


Gold - en

balls

And the

blind man

on

If

You'll see

talk,

Mar - ried

-cept one or

You'll see

You'll

- fe's,

men,

plac - es, once plac

You'll find that

killed.

Ex

You'll see

G7
G

And

walk.

gowns,

You'll meet hon est

- gone days.

Cm

pick- pock - ets


nev

D7
G Am G D A7

Jugs

- er
e

clos

- nough

And

two,

es,
Who


- es 'til
to

pave

some the

the corner who sings these

2.

D7
G
G7

Beale

Street Blues..

Well I'd

Beale St. Blues

Eb TREBLE

12

B C
rath - er be

G7

here,

16

there,

goin' to the river,


rath - er be there,

G7
take
riv

York

22

the

ser

er's

wet

may

be

C7

I said I'm

- y place I know

I said I'd

I'd

Than
an - y place I know.
And there's a rea - son why:
Than
an - y place I know

rath - er be here,

20

- y place I know.
May - be bye and bye.

Than an

Fm

C7

Than an

goin' to the river,


rath - er be

It's gon - na
Be - cause the
New

For

to

make

me

go.

and

Beale

Street's

done

gone

dry.

all right,but

Beale

Street's paved

with

gold.

geant

Fm

E7
F7
f going back to "A"

Well

I'm
I'd

Bluin' The Blues

Eb TREBLE

Henry Ragas 1918

C
D7

q = 120

G7

pp

G7

C7

Eb7

A7

13

17

D7

F7

F7

E7



Eb7

G7

pp
21

C7


A7

25

Eb7

D7

F7 F7


D7

E7

Eb7
G
G7
Solos

2 29

Eb TREBLE

pp
33

C7


A7

37

41

45

G D

C7

G7

D7

F7 F7

D7

Eb7

53

D7

E7

G7

F7 F7

D7
G

49

A7

Eb7

E7


D7

E7
G
D7

GE

pp

Eb TREBLE
h = 100

Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me


B7

Em

Cdim

There are

Blues
Blues
Blues

Fdim Am

17

Em

And there are


And there are
And there are

ly,
ly,
ey,

F7

The Blues
The Blues
And Blues

you can
you can
when she

Em

that you get from long that you get from long that you get when mar -

sort
kind
kind

of
of
of

er ex
er ex
you a

ing
ing
ried

Blues that's
Blues that
Blues that's

blu
some
that

mind,
stabs,
blue,

D7

G
A7
D9

kind,
cabs,
two,

The Blues my naught - y sweet - ie


The Blues my naught - y sweet - ie
The kind of Blues my sweet - ie

gives
gives
gives

to
to
to

For
For
spends



There are
There are
There are

B7

28

mean - est
tax - i
wine for

plain;
plain;
lie;

on
my
al - way
good and

ly
ly
ey

B7

E7

But the
To hold
Wish - ing

Blues
Blues
phones

when you're lone


when you're lone
when your hon

nev
nev
tells

Am

There are
There are
When she

Am

E7
Are the
But the
But the

Blues
Blues
Blues

Cdim

Blues
Blues
Blues

24

on
on
mon

C7
B7

pain,
pain,
guy,

Em

your one and


your one and
all
of your

E7

that you get from wor - ry


that you get when sin gle
that you get from sweet - ie

that you get from


that will give you
to an - th - er

11

Em

1919

me.
me.
me.

est Blues that


one
on your
you could be

be
knee,
free,

A7

They're the
Come from
Comes from

(B7)

ve - ry
hi - ring
hav - ing

There are
There are
There are

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By the Light of the Silvery Moon

Eb TREBLE

Adim

E7

is shin - ing thru

Adim

park

scene

dark,

Sil - v'ry moon

Act

two,

scene

new,

Ros - es bloom - ing all

two,

me,

you,

Sound

of kiss

- es

Cast

three,

you,

me

Preach - er with

Adim

E7

Act

one,

be

Choir

sings,

bell

B7

13

- gun
rings

float
sol

the trees,

Bm7

- ing

on

A E7

the breeze.

- emn look - ing

Am6

a - round the place.

Bm7
E7

Cast

Place

F7 Bmin
E7
Bmin C7

Gus Edwards & Edward Madden


1909
Bmin

face.

Di

- a logue, "where woud you like to spoon?"


Preach - er, "You
are
wed for
e - ver more."

Cm

My

cue,

with

you,

Act

two,

all

through,

Fm

Fm7 B7

Un - der - neath the


Ev

- r'y

E7

sil - v'ry moon.

night the same en

- core.


By

the

By the Light of the Silvery Moon


Eb TREBLE

B A

17

Light

of

E7

21

beams

C7

31

soon,

Keep

a shin

Moon,

croon

A#0

E7

love's

F7

June,

B7

Dm

Fm

will

bring

love's

dreams,

we'll

F7

B7

E7


By

the sil - ve - ry

Ho

be

cud

sil

- v'ry

dl

- ing

Moon.

- ney

F7 Bm

Your

A7

to

Bm

want

tune;

- in' in

moon,

sil - ve - ry

to my ho - ney I'll

29

the

C7

spoon,

25

B7

Careless Love

Eb TREBLE

A D

A

A7

Love,

oh

love


oh

B7

care- less

E7

Gm

ma - ny

gal,

B D

17

If

A7

bad

C D

D7

build

my

nest

A7

40

nev

heart

boys

could

not

both

- er

my a- pron high,

D7

Now

wear

my

A7

er,

nev

- er

pass

fly

- es

from

up

in

tree

the

air

by.

tree.

where the

A7

B7 E7


I wear

E7

to

Gm

me.

A7

mine.

Now

B7

45

way

A7

wear

the

A7

You've broke

I'd

Now

bird,

29

lit - tle

of

D7

broke this heart of

right

A7

ly

fly

were a

I'd

33

24

and you near

A7

You

love.

A7

thru my head like wine.

11

my a - pron high,

Gm

pron

high,

and

A7

he

Chicago

Eb TREBLE

Fred Fisher - 1922

C
A

Chi

- ca - go,

G7
D7
G7
E D7

Chi-

ca-

G7

D7

ca-

go,

Chi-

go,

That tod- dl'-in' town,

ca-

go,

tod dl'- in' town,

G7

I'll

show you a- round,

D7

13 D7

G7

town

that

Bil- ly

State Street,

B7(b5)

21

do

things

25 D

Sun- day

they

ca

G7

go

G7

just want to say,

Chi

D7

just want to say,

A7

don't

do

on

Broad-

way,

Say,

G7

- ca - go

my

G7

G7

D7

The

On

of their life,

go,



They have the time the time

ca-

down!

29 D7

shut

E7

Chi-

D7

go,

C/E C/E D7

could not

that great street,

Chi- ca-

G7

B C

17

D7

in

love it,

Bet your bot-tom dol- lar you lose the blues

Chi-

They

I saw a man, he danced

with his wife, In Chi-

C C

G7

home

town!

D7

Chinatown, My Chinatown
Eb TREBLE

Jean Schwartz & William Jerome - 1906

When

the

town

is

fast

a-

sleep,

And

it's

That's

B7

13

Starts

17

B7

La-

mid- night

the

time

the

E7

in

the

fes- tive

wink

his

oth-

er

eye.

to

wink

zi-

ly

you'll hear him

his dream- y

E7

Chink,

sky,

to

Starts

21

eye,

E7

sigh:

E7 E&7

Chinatown, My Chinatown
Eb TREBLE

A
A

E&7

na

town,

my

25

Chi-

Where

E7

33

Hearts

the

lights

are

that

B7

know

no

low,

to

and

E7

oth-

er

land

E&7

E&7

y,

dream-

y,

Chi-

na- town,

Al-

49

Hearts

B7

53

dream-

A7

mond

fro.

A&7

eyes

E7

town,

ing

Dream-

45

C7

Drift-

41

37

Chi- na

29

of

brown,

F7/C B

D6

seem

light

and

life seems bright,

E7

Chi-

na-

town.

E6/G

F7

In

B7

E7

Eb TREBLE

China Boy

q = 160

na

boy

go

sleep,

A D

A

Chi

Close

your

eyes

E7

Sand


Moon

dha

their

Chi

man

while

29

soon

will

come,

ly

hum.

soft

21

25

Bud

na

While

B7

peep,

D C7 C7

don't

17

man

Gm

13

Winfree/Boutelje - 1922

C7

smiles

on

C7

watch

boy

go

C7

you,

you

too.

So,

A7

they

keep,

loves

C7

A7

sleep.

The Curse of An Aching Heart


Eb TREBLE

Al Piantadosi - 1913

D7

You

A
G

made

13

21

29

33

me

what

you're

D7

am

to-

day,

sat-

me

down

soul

with-

B
G

is-

and

down

in

un-

D7

me

tered

each

and

F7

the

start.

fooled

me

from

til

the

died.

G7

ev-

'ry

dream,

You

B7

B7

G/D

you're not

true

still

love

you,

curse

of

an

D7

ach-

ing

heart.

B7/D

And

A7

You

You

D7

fied.

though

G7

A7

hope

shat-

25

dragged

17

E7


That's the

Cleopatra Had A Jazz Band

Eb TREBLE

Jack Coogan & Jimmy Morgan - 1917

A
E C7 F7

His-

to-

ry

re-

peats it-

B7

self,

So the wise

men

say.

G G F

F7

lieve they're right be-

cause last night

heard pe- cu- liar mus- ic

B7 B B7 B&

C
E C7 F7 B7 C

C6

dream

F7

13

on-

ly

goes

to

it

takes me

C6

prove that

back

F7

two

C6

thou- sand years

F7

E-

gyp- tians were not

B7

play.

In

be -

a-

go.

Which

slow. Cle- o- pa- tra had a

Cleopatra Had A Jazz Band


Eb TREBLE

2 17

B F7
jazz

B7

band,

F7

21

In her cas- tle on the

B7

jazz

Nile.

Ev- 'ry night she gave a

E7

In her queer E -gyp- tian

dance,

style.

She

E/G
F
F7
C6 C7 B7

29

With her syn- co- pa- ted

ny,

B7

D
F7/C

B7

F7

E7

'Neath the old

mids,

B7

look-ing

on

and

tor-

ic

And while they

said: "There'll be

scan- dal,

gyp- tian

G G7

was

Cle-

jazz

band

lost

Sphinx was

A7

her

G7


But

B7

F6
B7
F6
B7

E-

a wed - ding soon".

45

danced to the strains of the

gyp- tian moon,

C7
F7


his-

D7(b5)

41

real

ny.

37

G/D C7

She knew she had him all the while. In the sha- dow of the

C F7

pyr- a-

Marc

G
G
B7

She swayed.

33

har- mo-

won

F7

played,

C& C7

25

An- to-

the

san-

dal

as

she

tune.

Creole Belles

Eb TREBLE

A7

13

E7

17

D7

A7

22

A7

26

A7
D7

1.

D7

E7

A7

B7


C7

D7

G
G

E7 A.

A#7

D7

A7

31

1900

A7
D7

2.

Creole Belles
Eb TREBLE
Interlude

D7

35

D7


G7
NC

My Cre - ole
When stars

Belle
shine

My

51

D7

cre - ole belle


When stars shine

D7

61

66

I love her
I'll call her


my
my

by
lin'

G
A7

55

My lit - tle dar


my dar - lin' ba

ba
dar

I love her well


I'll call her mine,

46

D7

B C

39

Cre
Cre

- ole
- ole

Belle.
Belle.

D7
G

A.
E7

- lin'
- by

my Cre- ole Belle


my Cre - ole Belle.

well
mine,

my
my

dar - lin'
lit - tle

D7
G

A7

D7
A7

D7

Solos at "C"; Out Chorus use Melody from "A."

Dardanella

Eb TREBLE

Felix Bernard & Johnny Black - 1919

A A A A

AA

Down

be-side the Dar-da- nel- la

sighs,

Soon

And weaves her love spell so si-

She looks a- cross the seas and

the Dar- da-nelles with glow-ing- eyes,

E7

ni - an

By

25

There lives a lone-some maid Ar- me-

13

21

Where Or- i- en- tal breez-es

play,

17

Bay,

E7

will

G7(b5)

re-

C7

ni-an.

shall re - turn to Turk- e- stan.

F7(b5)

B7


ask for her heart

and

hand.

E7 Break



Bass

Dardanella
Eb TREBLE

C A

29

Oh,

I'm

B7

nel-

F7

la,

sweet Dar- da- nel- la,

F7

53

tent

ha-

just

like

Oh,

C7

D7 E

B7

the chil-dren-

sweet Dar- da- nel- la,

of

Pre-parethe wed-ding wine,

There'll

be

C7/E

rem when you're mine.

57

in my

My Or- i- en- tal,

one girl

E7

49

Dar-da-

Break 1 bar

oh hear my sigh,

Oh Al-lah

And he tells you to be true,

Oh,

To cap-ture-such a prize.

E7

45

knows my love for you,

41

a luck- y fel-low

I love your ha-rem eyes.

E7

37

sweet Dar-da- nel- la,

33

E7

We'llbuild

the

Or- i-

ent.

E7

My star of love di- vine.

Darktown Strutter's Ball

Eb TREBLE

Sheldon Brooks - 1917

AG

I've

got

some

We'll meet

D7

Dark town

Ball.

It's

"ba

Dolls",

And each

- by

out

- class

A7

in

- vi - ta - tion to the

An

ex

- hi - bi - tion of the

D7 C7

ver

- y

one

swell

will

af

do

fair,

their

B7

All the

best,

Just to

D7


I'll

all the rest.

An

wear my

high silk hat and a frock tail

coat,

You

And there'll be

danc - ers from ev-'ry for eign

land,

The

D&7

wear your Par - is gown

and your

new silk

shawl,

There

ain't

no

doubt

clas - sic, buck and wing,

and the

wood - en

clog.

We'll

win

that

fif

14

- ey,

D7

there.

hon

D7

B7

high- toned neigh - bors,

D7

good news

our

"high - browns" will be

11

A7

D7

bout it

babe,

We'll be

the

dol - lar

prize

When we step

A7

best dressed

in

out

"Walk the

and

the

D7

hall.
Dog".

- ty


I'll

be

Darktown Strutters' Ball


Eb TREBLE

E7

A7

B
G

17

down to get you in a tax - i hon - ey, You'd bet ter be read -

D7

G/B
G
Am7
D7

21

Now dear - ie

don't be

C G

late

E7

I want to

be there when the

band starts play - ing, Re -

A7

25

y a bout half past eight.

mem - ber when we

get there hon - ey, The two steps I'm goin'to have 'em

C
C
G
F7

29

dance out both my shoes,

When they play the"Jel -

all.

Goin' to

E7

ly Roll Blues"

To

D7
G Gdim Am7
D7

33

A7

mor - row

night

at

the Dar town Strut ter's Ball.

I'll be

Dear Old Southland


Eb TREBLE
Henry Creamer & Turner Layton - 1921

C&


I want

I want

13 D

say-

in the cot- ton and

F/C

to hear

ing

"Go long,

A D

D&

Dear,

Dear,

21

hear
you

you
my

long,
long

to

my

old

land

love

29

Dear
Dear

Old
Old

A7/E

Sputh

ing
is

to
yearn-

how
just

I
to

go long

South-


To feel

My lit- tle home town.

F/C

A7/C

it,

I used to steal

Tuba

A7

to

school".

land,
land,

I
for

E7

B7

A7

me.
ing.

long
see

it.

A7

morn,

callheart

D&

25

go long,

C&

dear old Moth-er- each

go long,

A7/C

F
G7 A7

F/C

My home town,

corn,

F7

17

born,

A7
D

C&

I want

C&

to the town I was

to play

G7

A7/C

to stray

F/C

to
once

Ken-

tuck-

home.

that

Swan-

ee

shore.

And
And

I
I

roam
more

G7

back
the

Eb TREBLE
q = 200

Dixieland Jazz Band one Step

A G

D7

D7

A7
D7



G
G
G

G
G7
D

D7

D7
A7
D7
G
G7
D


G
G
C
Am7
Dm7
16

11

C
C
G

22

G7
C7

D7 D7
33 C F
F A7 A7

28

Am

A7

Dm D#dim

G
C
C
F

G7

D7
C7
Am E7 Am
45


39

49

D F

55

59

F A7 A7
D7 D7

D7

G7

G7

Bb
C

Bdim

Down Among The Sheltering Palms

Eb TREBLE

13

17

21

AG

Down

A7

wait

D7

for

me;

me

Out

where

Oh

G7

E7

How

A9

wait

the

wait

is

A - mong the

for

me;

sun goes down

A7

D7

a- bout eight.

burn- ing, burn- ing,

A9

Oh hon- ey

old Gold- en Gate,

is

my heart

the

hon- ey

my love

down by

How

Meet

Down

29

shel- ter- ing palms,

a- mong the

25

G7 F7 F7 E7

Abe Olman - 1914

burn- ing,

D7

yearn- ing, yearn-ing, yearn- ing

to

be

G7

F7 F7 E7

Shel- ter- ing Palms,

D9

for

me.

Oh

hon- ey

Eb TREBLE

Down By The Riverside

q = 180

Gon - na lay

my sword

and

down

A7 A7

down by

lay

A7

14

riv

the

down

my

riv - er

side,

and shield

sword

er


stu - dy

war no

the riv er - side,

the

riv - er

Ain't

gon - na

stu - dy

A7

more

I ain't gon - na

stu - dy

war no

A7

that

war

A7

by the riv - er side

down

Gon - na

side.

side.

19

Down by

by

A G

down

shield

by

down

the

more I ain't gon - na

D

no

more

24

ain't gon - na

A7

more

you know I'll

stu

28

stu - dy

war no

more

I ain't gon - na

A7

dy

war

no

more.

2. Gonna stick my sword in the golden sand


3. Gonna put on my long white robe
4. Gonna put on my starry crown
5. Gonna shake hands around the world

stu - dy

war

no

Down In Borneo Isle

Eb TREBLE
A

In

ev-

25 A

29 G

way

in

Jun- gle

Jun- gle

land,

Tuba-

Where

they

play

up-

on

the

sand,

G7

Jun- gle,

the

eve-

'ry-

bod-

And

they

say

that

Tum- bles,

ning

D7

Stum- bles,

G7

when the

day

does

the

Boo-

As

mon- key

band,

Tuba- Toms- etc

sand.

Toms

G7

Jun- gle

D7

Tuba- Toms- etc.

land,

E7

Jun- gle,

Jun- gle,

21 C

a-

13 G7

17

Jun- gle,

Far

5 D

Herny Creamer & J. Turner Layton - 1917

they bun- gle

G&

is

cool-

er

la

Boo-

la.

thru the

jun- gle.

Down In Borneo Isle


Eb TREBLE

C
G7

Down

in

Bor- ne-

Down

in

Bor-

ne-

33

37


G7/D

41

G7/B

45 C

And

49 D G7

56

A7

62

67

Down


in

Oh, Oh, Oh,

To

the

danc-

ing

a-

wild

wo-

men

in

want to go,

eve-ning when the

Oh,

Oh,

Oh, Oh, Oh!

D7

Down

in

G7

love

are

How

Bor- ne- o

to

round,

G7

G7

they wear is

lights

o,

A7 A

All

swim- min'!

mus- ic slow,

Where I

Bor- ne-

And ev- 'ry

in

G7/D

Down

Bor- ne- o,

real

men

B7

those

Isle.

wild

those

o,

see

a smile,

low,

Oh,

Oh,

they

Isle.

toad- al-

F7

o,

Eb TREBLE

Down Home Rag


D7

G7

Wilbur C. Sweatman - 1911

D7
C/E
F6/D C
A7
D7 G7

C D7
C/E
F6/D
C
A7
D7 G7 C
9

C6

D7

G7

C6

C
18

D7 G7 C

13

21

C7

E7


F
F7
25
C


F F7
29

33

E7

C7

C7 B6 D E7

C7

G7
C7
F

B B

B B

F7

G7 C7

D F

37

B
F
F
B
G7
C7

F
F B
F F B
G7
C7

Play "A" Once and end

Eb TREBLE

Em

D7

F7

in jun - gle

37

41

pret

town,

ty

mon

ser

- en -

ade,

To

maid,

B7

D7

- zee

up

that chim - pan

Am7

Sings that mel

mon key doo - dle


- doo way Down In

in

I'll

A7

D7

Jun

gle


the

be

true

- o - dy.

D7

A7

- key

is com - ing

D7

C
D7

D7+

A hon - ey - moon

D7

Then you'll hear

51

soon.

When

46

D7

A7
D7

Down

31

A7

F7

Chorus
25
B G

F7F7b5 B7

17

Edward Madden and


Theodore Morse - 1908

Down in Jungle Town

Verse

Town.

tree,


to

my

Eb TREBLE

Down in Honky-Tonk Town Chris Smith & Charles McCarron - 1915

AC

B7

Bill John-son said one day,

To his

B7

"We've been to

near-ly

ev'-

E7

We both will

17 B

place in

go and

E7

do

I got

25

That's

where the

ky Town,

B7(b5)
mu-

sic

B7

who brings the

B7

there is this place I hear,

it straight from Mose,

It's Hon- ky Ton-

29 B7

brown!"

B7

the thing up

His sweet-tie said, "My Dear,

21

nov- el- ty,

F E7

B7

town.

some oth -er

E7

ry

If you sug- gest to me,

13

E - li- za May,

B7

B7

clothes.

down where the gals

E7
grows.

are brown.

Down in Honky-Tonk Town


Eb TREBLE

A

C

33

Come, Hon-ey, let's go down


B7

37

to Hon-ky

Ton-ky Town,

where all the fun is found.

it's un- der-neath the ground,

E7

B7

41

There'l! be sing- ing

45

danc - cin'

to

pi-

a-

no played by

Mis- ter


B7

53

ev-

61

B7

Down

en start

in

a- no queer,

You want to

Hon - key

E7

pa- ters,

Brown.

He on- ly plays by ear,

The mu- sic that you hear, would

mon- key,

E7

stay a year,

syn- co-

He plays pi-

sing- ing

D A

E7

wait- ers,

49

57

danc- ing with

don- key,

Ton - ky

Town.

Down Yonder

Eb TREBLE

A C

D7

Rail- road train,

Put

lit-

tle

Hus-

tle

on,

Bus-

Yearn- ing

for

my

13 D7

17 D

Broth-

er

if

you

21 D7

You'd want

to

hur-

Hur-

ry

steam

on

just

like

tle

on,

I've

D7

Rail- road train,

G7

D7

L. Wolfe Gilbert - 1921

nev-

er

some more.

G7

be- fore.

G7

Swan-

ee

got

the

blues.

G7

shore,

on-

ly

knew,

G7

ry

up

too.

Down Yonder
Eb TREBLE

BC

25

Down

yon-der some- one beck- ons to me,

G7

I seem to

reck-ons on me.

see a race in

G7
C

more

49 C C

and more,

60

Ev- 'ry

G7

G7

D7

day,

my mam-

There's dad-

A7


dy

and

D7


my,

Wait- in' down yon-

C7

Don't

mam-

my,

G7

der

or

sim-

ply grand.

won- der at the Hul- la- ba- loos.

I miss you

BReak
2 Bars

Yon- der when the folks getthe news,

shore

my land, You're

ry,

Swan- ee

C7

Down

56

mem- o-

Be-tween the Natch-ez and the Rob-ert E. Lee.

43

C G7/D

yon-der some- one

37

C7

Down

31

C7

There's Eph- raim

me.

and

Sam-

G7

Easy Rider's Gone

Eb TREBLE

Shelton Brooks

q = 120

G7


won - der

C7

ne

- ver

told

where my

Ea- sy Ri-

der's gone to

me

he

was

D7

he was here he'd win the

race

13

our tick - ets for a

G7


los- ing

C7

win

all

he

race

D7

25

put all

29

my junk in

A7

If

If not first he'd get

place.

Cash

knows just what

D7

- way

I'm

blue.

to

do.

pawn

D7

to bet on

1.

Ea - sy Ri- der's gone.

I'd

an - y horse that Jock ey's

To

B7
Emin

Em


won - der where my

mon - ey that is why I'm

jol - ly joy ride right

B7

my

He

way.

- day

17

D
A7

in

21

goin'

2. G

gone

on,


Oh I

Eh Las Bas

Eb TREBLE

Traditional

A F


Eh la

bas, (band sings echo)

C7

17

la

on

29

la

Eh

sang

la

ly

Ca

that

in

pinch

Ca - jun French

so
in a

jun

would,

can say

like
is Lais

down in

Bah

Eh

la

C7

New

Cre

Or

temps


But

ole way,

it

but the

leans,

rou - lez!.

So


C7

clari - net

burn

and hear

let

the

good

times

roll

friends,

and

my

er

let

them
the

trom bone
mus

ic

gliss

- es

I'd

play,

To-

C7

sing French when I take my turn


nev

Well I

sez les bon

that

mor - row may

fine ol'

hear

to

I don't know what it means.

to

like

bas

love

Eh la bas,

real good, like I knew it

bas,

Sis Boom

C7

sounds

25

C7

Eh la

Solos here after Vocal

Or

Bas,

can't speak French, not

21

Eh la

F
C7

bas,

Tra

13

come to

be,

but that ain't the kinda band that this is

Eh la

so let's

Eh la

love

it

up

to

day

Vocal Back to Top

Eccentric

Eb TREBLE

D
D

J. Russell Robinson - 1921

A G

A7

E7

A7

D7

D7

D7

A7
G

13

17

D7

21 B C

25

G D7
G7

G7

29 E7

33

G7

D7
G
G7

G7

D7

G7

G7

Solos:
D7

Eccentric
Eb TREBLE

Solos Begin Here first time

37

41


A7

C G

D7

D7

A7
G

53

57

61

D7

D G

45

49

G
D7
G
G D7

After last solo play "C" as


written then on to "D"

G
A7
D7
G
G

G


B7

A7 D7

G
A7
D7
G
G G

65

Tag

G
G
69
A7 D7
G G

pp

Fidgety Feet

Eb TREBLE

D7

The Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 1918

G7

D7

5 A

A7
D7

G7

13

1. G
A7
D7

17 G 2 Bar break

E7

G7
C
A7

G7
C


G7

G7

28 D7

Stop time - 4 bars

22

33

2.

A7

E7

G7
C
C7

D7

Fidgety Feet
Eb TREBLE

C7

38

C F

42

C7

46

50

G7

54

58

62

66

C7

F7

D7

A7

D7

1.

F7

B7

C7

G7

C7

2.

Floatin' Down That Old Green River

Eb TREBLE

Cooper - 1915

A D


Concert pitch

I've been

in'

E7

A7

wad

there

D7

17

B7

21

ship

"Rock

and

too

The

ship

got

got

had

to

E7

get

back

Riv

- er

Wish

stuck on

wrecked with

on

- ly

one

drink

that

bar

was

home.

the

cap

- tain

and

crew,

E7

thing

whole

home

to

you!

was

could do;

D7
C7 C7

A7

A7

that

the

- in'

on

But

- lone,

Green

Rye,"

all

old

far,

B7

29

that

And there was

25

down

- ed

13

good

float

D D7
C7 C7

Green

B7

Riv

- er

dry

to

No Repeat First Time - On To Vocal

Solos at "A"

Floatin' Down That Old Green River


Eb TREBLE

Verse Interlude:

33

D#

A7

D#

A7

D#

A7

D#

A7

past

four,

Dan

Mc

Verse - Vocal:

37 B

Half

41

A7

45

E7

He

came

a'

She

had

been

waitin'

up

49

Dan

Dan

57

A7

61

E7

65

this

E7

to

wif

creep - in'

to

come

home

D#

53

A7

his

D D7 C7

half

and

go

to

Graw,

ey's

door.

the

A7

C7

B7

For

night

bed.

D#

A7

ny

smiled,

like

child,

But

then

his

you

been

all

"Where have

wife's eyes

is

what

Dan


- ny

E7

grew

ve

night?"

A7

re - plied:

ry

wild!

she

cried,

B7

And

D.S. to "A"


I've been
Back to "A" for Vocal and Solos

Floatin' Down To Cotton Town


Eb TREBLE

F. Henri Klickman - 1919

A G
A

D7
leave

13 A7/E

to

to-

day,

25

To

came

to

when

A7

way.

shake you

won't

that

just

gal

of

mine:

by

the

hand.

ie

Line,

be

fine?

No

Mis- ter

hur-

ry

and

sail

D&

D7

land,

Dix-

ie-

A7/E

my

Dix-

ny

D7

me,

say,

D&

and

B
D7

cross that

pine,

that

on

min- ute

I'm

Cap- tain, don't fail

29 A7/E

sun-

That's why

more I'll

to

go-

all

D&

back

I'm

you

in'

see

A7

B
D7

D7

just dropped in

The

21

B G

17

A7

me,

Floatin' Down To Cotton Town


Eb TREBLE

C
G

33

Float- in'

37

41

45

D7

Float- in'

on

the

61

ey,

A7/E


D7/F

riv-

er down

Cot- ton

whis-

tle

toot!

toot!

float- in'

to

G
toot-

in'

a-

way,

D7 Break 2 bars

dark-

ies

sing-

in',

ban- jos

D7

I'll

ey

come back

to

fields

of

sug-

ar

A7

Float-

in'

Down

To

my

A7/E

you

lit-

E7

Al-

cane

seem

to

E7
Cot-

ey

E7

And

those

G7

While

wel- come

D7

ton

Town.

day.

bam;

lamb,

a-

hon-


D7/F
and

ring-in''til the break of

A7

tle

Just hear that

E7

lamb,

Town.

A7

down,

A7

Hon-

57

hon-

D
G

my

A7

E7

down,

49

53

me

a-

D7

E7

gain,

Flee As A Bird
Eb TREBLE
Mary S.B. Dana - 1857

A B F7

Flee
He

as

a bird

to your

moun-

F7
B


Go

to

the clear flow- ing foun-

He

will for- sake thee oh

E7 G7 F7

tain,

will pro-tect thee for- ev-

Thou who art wea- ry

er,

Wipe

tain,

nev-

Haste then,The hours are

Shel- tered so

near

thee,

fly-

ing,

Spend not the mo-

his bos- om will bear

Cease from your sor- row and cry-

F7

17

thou who art wea- ry- of

sin.

Sav- iour will wipe- ev- 'ry tear.

iour will hear


ment in

sigh-

F7


thee.
ing.

F7 B E

Thou who art wea- ry

ing,

ten- der- ly there.

thee,

B
F7

be clean.

E6

Call and the Sav-

C
B F7


on

tear.

13

He

fall- ing

Where you may wash and

er.

A7
B D

for the aven - ger is

sin.

B F7 B

Fly

ev- 'ry

of

The Sav- iour will wipe

F7 B

of

sin.

ev- 'ry tear,

F7

Oh
The

Frankie And Johnnie

Eb TREBLE

Traditional

A7

A7

Frank-ie and John- nie were lov- ers.


Frank-ie went down to the cor-ner,

swore to be true

to each

said to the fat

bar-

D E7

G7

A7

D D7

Oh, Lord-y how they could love!

They

Just for a buck- et

of beer.

She

oth- er,

Just as true

as the stars

ten- der,

"Has my

in- est man been here?

A7

lov-

G7

He was her

man,

But he done her

wrong.

He was my

man,

Buthe'sdone me

wrong".

a- bove.

A7

Floatin' Down To Cotton Town


Eb TREBLE

F. Henri Klickman - 1919

A G
A

D7
leave

13 A7/E

to

to-

day,

25

To

came

to

when

A7

way.

shake you

won't

that

just

gal

of

mine:

by

the

hand.

ie

Line,

be

fine?

No

Mis- ter

hur-

ry

and

sail

D&

D7

land,

Dix-

ie-

A7/E

my

Dix-

ny

D7

me,

say,

D&

and

B
D7

cross that

pine,

that

on

min- ute

I'm

Cap- tain, don't fail

29 A7/E

sun-

That's why

more I'll

to

go-

all

D&

back

I'm

you

in'

see

A7

B
D7

D7

just dropped in

The

21

B G

17

A7

me,

Floatin' Down To Cotton Town


Eb TREBLE

C
G

33

Float- in'

37

41

45

D7

Float- in'

on

the

61

ey,

A7/E


D7/F

riv-

er down

Cot- ton

whis-

tle

toot!

toot!

float- in'

to

G
toot-

in'

a-

way,

D7 Break 2 bars

dark-

ies

sing-

in',

ban- jos

D7

I'll

ey

come back

to

fields

of

sug-

ar

A7

Float-

in'

Down

To

my

A7/E

you

lit-

E7

Al-

cane

seem

to

E7
Cot-

ey

E7

And

those

G7

While

wel- come

D7

ton

Town.

day.

bam;

lamb,

a-

hon-


D7/F
and

ring-in''til the break of

A7

tle

Just hear that

E7

lamb,

Town.

A7

down,

A7

Hon-

57

hon-

D
G

my

A7

E7

down,

49

53

me

a-

D7

E7

gain,

Foolish Questions
q = 152

Eb TREBLE

D
B7

E7 A7 D

Now

1915

you've

Now
Now

let's

A
5

D

all heard fool
then

one

will

he

watch

al- ways

per

son

who's

ele - vator

per

son

should for - get

ask you

ques - tion

fool - ish

es you take your shav


hap

pen

to tumble

ing

but

you

as
when

you

17

first thing she'll do


know

that

fool will

is

fool will
stick his stick

hit

doubt

won

hanging

'around the

place

And

the

door,

And

der

close

se

his

you

down the shaft and

And

The

ar

wave

You

ert

Some

in

you're lying there in

and

floors.

tea

B7 E7 A7
to

ven

ter

up

And

prelim

her nose and

face.

af

its

wrin - kle up

your

ra - zor

tom and

up

Like

just

bot

sen - si- ble re - ply

ex pect a

Say

come


Some-

to

can - dy

the

why

let's say for - ty

down

give your

brush and start to lath - er

13

when you take your girl some

E A7

you should

no

you

and

ques - tions

ish

there's that

say the

ask "Is

it

for

me?"

ask "Are you gonna shave?


ask,

"Are

you

hurt?"

Foolish Questions
Eb TREBLE

D B

21

Foo

lish ques - tion

doubt

you re - ply

No it's for

your

your

reply

is

No I'm not

pre

I hope

that

you re - ply

No, he just

though

26

or

your

Pa

or

it's

pared

for

shav - ing

just love

he'd
an

have the fu ne
aw

ful

hurry

30

see

it

ing brush
gi

of

nal

the

take it

And

and

paint

my - self up this

just

re

47

Ned

he

on.

Ned

was

al - ways so

slow.

It

down

this


asks you


as you're

too

way.

usual - ly

no - ther fool - ish

saves a

lot

ques - tion

You'll

way.
way.

fu

E

there's this

low

who meets you on your

F7

all dressed up

fel

ner

and

ral

of

this is what you

dear

old

F7

ring - ing

ori -

way.

why you're

from the

la - ter

take my shav -

3.

Then

turn - ing

And

to

it that

like

to

G D B7

hear them ev' ry day.

way,

die

you

I'll

1.2.

44

soap.

now

40

in

taste of

ele vator's just

E7 A7 D

35

was

just want - ed

and

com - ing

then

And

time

No,

guy

and

have want - ed

moan

some oth - er

he would

hope

A7 D

for

this

utter your dy - ing

ral - now

no

You

Ma

out your hank - ie

he'll ask

"Is

Ned

say.

You're

bro

ther

dead?"

Back To "B"

Grizzly Bear Rag

Eb TREBLE

B7

E7

A7

George Botsford - 1910

Bass

5 A

D
A7 D

A
B7
E7 A7 Break

D A7 D

13

B7

E7

A7

17

B A7

21

A7

25

A7

29

33

A7

Fine

Grizzly Bear Rag


Eb TREBLE

A7 D

37

41

A
B7
E7 A7

D A7 D

45

B7

E7

A7

49

D G

53

57

G7

D7
D

G

61

E7

G7

D7

A7

G Break

E7

A7

E7

Stop time as Marked


G G

1.
2. G
G C G A7 D7 G D7


Break

65

Back to "B" - Play to Fine

Eb TREBLE

He May Be Your Man


(But HE Comes To See Me Sometimes)
Lemuel Fowler - 1922

D7

G7

F7

G7
C

Miss
Miss

CA

Min - nie
Lu

from Ten- nes

Green

- y - time

When her

man

and

an - y

went

out at

- where
night

17

ball,

at Moon - shine

D7
- til Min - nie
Was Miss Min - nie,
Un

could

beau
Hall,

-a -

C
she loved him night
where ev

Poor Sa die
Lu - dy was

mad

- 'ry - bod-

go,

G7

drink - in' plen - ty

and hug - gin' Lu - dy's

G7

- way.

ly sighed, then I heard her


will tell

y'd

and stole his heart a

as well, Min - nie said"I

Down

day.

shook a shim - my

near - ly dies, but Min - nie on -

Now

and


D7

C7

G7

be.

G7

G7

21

as

gree.

at the

and jeal- ous

They would al ways dis

quite rough.

stuff.

she had

be

She would al - ways strut her

G7

Snow,

was known to

Sa- die

D7

13

queen,

A7

C7

- see

was some l'il

An

Lee

- dy

G7

beau.

G7

say:

He

you now so you'll know"

He May Be Your Man


Eb TREBLE

25

D7

may

G7

be your man

but he comes to see me

And when he's with you he's

33

E7
ain't no

vam - pire

G7

that is

My wick - ed smile,

C
41 C

45

no


need of cry

ture,

But

I don't mean,

Ain't no need

53

C
may

be your man

his mind.

I can cert' nly take you

man from you.

G7
C
C

My wick - ed walk, I've got the kind of eyes that

D7

G7

- in' and it's no use to weep and

I love you man and I'm gon - na take him for my

F7

al ways got me on

A7

49

Am


37

C7

some - times.

F7
G7

29



to be so

bold,

of get tin' rough,

D7

C7

E7

own,

my

own.

I just want,

some - times.

G+

'cause I'm just right

G7

It's

mourn.


but he comes to see me

D7

but

seem to talk,

F7

to get you told, He


to do my stuff

G7

Eb TREBLE

Hesitating Blues
A D

Hel

- lo
Sun - day
If

Cen

- tral what's the

night

my

was

whis

beau

pro

- key,

and

mat

- ter

with

this

line?

- posed

me.

to

you

were

D D
D/A
A#
Bm

want to talk

Said she'd be hap dive

to

that

py

if his

Tell

me

how

long

Said

he, "How

long

Oh, How

long

to the bot - tom

to

wait?

will

have

to

wait?

Come

be

do

have

to

wait?

Can

wife my
get it

have

- 9 - 8

B G

13

wif

will

A7

mine.

- ie I'd be
and nev - er come up,

High Brown

cup,I'd

W.C. Handy - 1915

What you

A7


Why do you hes
Why do you hes

Kate,
now,

E7

Please give me

or

say can't

de - clined him

had

wo

- man,

do

I have to hes -

talk

to my

just for
She

D7

i - tate?
i - tate?
i - tate?

Brown?

storm

stall,

He

left

was tall.

G7

my

She

make

last night

blowed the

that

night

on

the

me

think

'bout

my

Hesitating Blues

D/A A#

16

wires

all

down.

Can - non Ball.


par

Eb TREBLE

Bm

how long

Hon - ey
Oh,

Tell me

- a - sol.

will

I have to wait?

Oh, won't you

how long

will

I have to wait?

WIll

he

How long

do

I have to wait?

Can

E7
A7
D G7
A7

21

tell

me

Why do you hes -

now,

or will he

get

it

C G

now,

25

na - tion is

D7

put

off,

D G

37

I'd

be his,

42

D7

left

me

"one stitch in time

- day.

And if you


Some - bod - y's bound to

He'd be mine,

The Hes - i

- ta - ting

Blues.

Left

G7

My best friend's gone a

And I'dbe feel - ing gay.

D7

lose.

G7

Pro - cras - ti -

G7

To - mor - row's not to

to grieve and pine,

45

D7

So all the wise owls say,

may save nine",

Pick-up to Chorus

the thief of time,

hes

30

33

i- tate?

- i- tate?
i- tate?
do I have to hes -

come back now,

C7

way,

a - lone

He's gone and

High Society

Eb TREBLE

D7

G
A D7


G
B7 Em

11

16

Em

B7

Em

Em

A7

D7

G
A7
D7

21

29

B D7

35

41

C C

G7

49

58

65

G7

B7

Fdim

G7

Solos Here

D7

A7

D7

F
G7

F
G7

G7

D7

G+7

C7

Cdim
G
A7

B7

D7

1901

High Society
Eb TREBLE

73 D Am

80

94

102

110

115

Dm

G7
3

G7

Am

G7

G+7

C7

D7

B7

F7

G7

Fdim

G7

A7

E C

E7

Am


Tuba

E7
87

E7

D7

High Society
Eb TREBLE

Bb Clarinet Solo as played By Alphonse Picou

A7

121

CD

G
D

125

A7

129

E7

133

138

A7

A7

142

A7 D

G

G
D

B7
146

E7

149

D
A7

Eb TREBLE

Hindustan
Oliver Wallace & Harold Weeks 1918

q = 185

Hin

stopped to

13

17

21

25

29

rest

our

tir

paint

- ed

pea

- cock

pur

- ple

sun

- bird

A9

met

her

- ly spreads his

fan

flahsed

stan,

du

- cross

the

D7

and

the

world

be

Cm

where

the

D7

where

the

stan

we

sand,

Cm

where

A9

D7

G7

van,

D+7

D7

stan,

du

- a -

D+

A7

proud

G7

Hin

D7

D7

D7

Hin

car

du

stan,

- ed

Ddim

D7

Hin

du

D7

D7

D+

gan.

where

Hot Lips

Eb TREBLE
q = 180

1922

Bb7



There's a

boy that's

A7

Fin - est since you're

Bb7

They all

call him

bo - dy

17


C7


steps,

And

Hot lips

when

how

he blows that

When he starts you're

born,

for

on the floor just

lips,

21

band,

He

E7

ev' ry

in our

13

he plays

horn,

gone.

A

And

C7
C+7

C7

say:He's got hot

jazz,

C+7

like

no

has.

one

notes,

blows real red hot

floats that's what they

He

draws out

C+7

You're

on your

Hot Lips
Eb TREBLE

25

Fm6

toes

G+

and shakes your

C7

shoes,

Boy

how he

Solo Break

G7

29

goes,

33

G+7

WHen he plays

crowd,

un

C7

37

proud,

Blues .

C7

til he's

C+7

D F

THey're cu - ckoo

too.

A7

you

must

rare

45

C7

boy

is there,

A7
Dm

de - clare

with

two hot

He

F7

lips.

can

be

C+7

his

mus - ic's

watch the

Time:
Dm B

Stop Time
41

through,

C+7

C7

you know the

Solos at "B"
C+7

I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll


Eb TREBLE

Clarence Williams & Spencer Williams - 1919

Lit

tle

His sister

D7
A
D7
G
G

Wil ly

Green

from New Or leans, a greed y

boy

was he.

Til ly

Green

was real ly mean, and

stin

gy, too.

D
B

He al - ways
She al - ways

want ed lots of
want

day

his mom bought him a

When the kids

Toot

21


A G

bod y

ain't gon na' give no

bod y

D7

jel ly

would - n't give you a

round,

bite,

none

One

to you.

sie Roll, the best can - dy that was made.


to hide it she would try.

roll,

A7(b5)/D
D7

lit

tle Wil ly

said:

you'd hear Til ly

cry:

A7/E

A7
E7

ain't gon na' give no

com pan - y.

A
D7

gan to hang

When the kids would ask her for

17

B D

be

A7
just to keep him

kids

When her mom bought her a

13

-y

ed some of what you had but gave she noth - ing

D7

ver

of my

none of my

Toot sie

Roll,

ly

roll.

jel

piece of my sweet, not to save your soul!


I
I

(Toot sic
(jel

ly

Rol!)

roll)

(save your soul!)

I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll


Eb TREBLE

E7

25

29

A7

Dad dy told me to

day,

Just be fore he went a

way,

Mom ma told me to

day,

Just be fore she went a

way;

A7

33

37

41

be

toy;

good lit tle girl,

put

in your just hang- in' a- round,

D7

know

you

want it,

but

I'm- a

gon- na' turn

ly roll

you

and joy!

my hair

You

in curls!

You

(hang- -in'- a- round)

B7

down.

My

G
E7

And you know it

can't

be beat!

is sweet!

G/D

E7

Interlude to Second Verse


B
A7
G

A7

know you want it, but you can't have it!

might

know there ain't no need

jel

49

She

my Dad - dy's pride

E7 A7

Toot sic Roll is sweet!

45

And I'm


If I'd

Break
D7 Two Bar

be a good boy, He'd bring me a


If I'd

D7

D7

Back TO "A"

I ain't a gon -na' give you none!

A7

D7

I Can't Let 'Em Suffer

Eb TREBLE

A C

Henry Creamer & Turner Layton - 1918

D7

love

to

see

G7

the

G7

Love

13 E

to

love

It's cru- el,

see

B7

all

G&
the

while.

G7/D

'ry- thing.

That shows they're jol- ly and ev-

G7

D7
to

hap- py

see them smile.

fel - lows

the

cru- el,

fel- lows

So

hap- py

all

To

let them

G&
the

G/D

plead.

C
while.

G7


Oh, I

I Can't Let 'Em Suffer

1 1

Eb TREBLE

C

G7 C

B G7

17

can't let'em suf-fer

for the want of love.

shan't let'em suf-fer

for the want of love,

C7

C7

25

no

use tryin'to

29 D7

stall,

just got to take'em

just got to make'em

fall.

Then I've

can't let 'em suf- fer,

I'll

E/G

pro- vide,

G7

For the want of

Got to keep'em out of harm.

My hon-ey

G7/F


Un-

love.

C/E

A7

til they're sat- is- fied.

love!

Then I've

be my tur-tle dove,

Lov- in' kiss- es

45 D7

I'mbound to

C7

G7

A7/E

But when they

B7 G7/B
D/A

in my lov - in' arms,

just can't save them all!

G7

Now there's

C

G7
C

41 F

"Oh, Come and kiss me, Sweet- ie",

33 G7

C 37

No I

When I know just what theyneed.

cry:

It's a shame to let'em plead.

C

G7 C

21 G7

'Cause I

I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody

h = 84

Eb TREBLE

F7

F7

13

17

21

25

B7

E7

E+

B7

D7

C7

Am

E7

Am

D6


B7

E6

C7

B7

1920

E7

F7

D6

E6

Am

D E

F7

E7

E+

29

C7

Eb TREBLE
q = 164

A B7

E
E7
A7



Miss

Sa - die Hall

A7

in the

hall

went

to a

ball

one

balm - y

played a

rag

time

tune.

E7

15

E7

A7

B D

25

B7

Cat Dance.

thought she'd take a

21

do the Bear

to

chance.

A7

I want to do it

bear, its' a bear, but

So she

E7

all

the

B7

Bm

E7

while

A7

then she be- gan to

I want to do it

E7

want to

do

it

an

D7

33

B7

You feel you want to

or keep it up, keep it

up, keep it up, 'cause I

It's a

A7

how.

dance!

E7
A7

fess

It makes you hap py

now!

roar,

That tune is snap py

then

A7

A7 D
A7 D
A7 D7

29

tered

D/A

Sa die watched them for

care

as she en

I want to do it

I don't

Bb

walked out on the floor,

Bm

Miss

Just

They were teach - ing

E7

June.

B7


schol ars how

night in

they

B7

10

1
Shelton Brooks (1913)

I Want To Do the Bear Cat Dance

want to do the Bear Cat

dance.

Oh

pro-

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

Eb TREBLE

A.J. PIRON - 1919

A5

F
C/G
A7
D7
G7


G7

Went to a dance with my

sis-ter Kate,

ev- 'ry- one there said she danced so great.

D7
E7
E

I re- al -ized-

G7

G&7
C

thing or two,

then I got wise to

D7(4)
G7

13

A7

All the boys are

21 B

G7

D7

wish I could shim my like my sis -ter

25

G7

some- thing new,

and then I knew it was in her dance.

G7

G7

go -ing wild

Looked at Kate, she was in a trance,

17

o- ver Ka- tie's

danc-ing- style.

Kate, she shiv -ers like the jel- ly

Two bar break:


C

My mam -ma want -ed to know last night,

why all the boys treat sis-ter

on a plate.

Kate so nice.

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

Eb TREBLE

29 G7


Ev

-'ry boy

in our

C7

32

neigh -bor

G7

hood,

knows that she can shim -my and it's

un- der- stood.

35

D7

shim -my like my sis- -ter-

F
C/G
A7


I know I'm late,

A7

Kate, I mean,

but I'll

be up

G7

to date,

when I can

G7

Shim -my like my sis - ter Kate.

solos here: Play as Written for out-chorus


39

43

G7

G7

Trombone 2 bar break

C All

sfz sfz sfz

47 G7

C7

F
C/G
A7
D7
G7
C
A7

51

55 D7

G7

1.

2.
C

Eb TREBLE

Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider

Eddie Munson & Eddie Leonard - 1903

A C

In

the

5 D7

Breath- ing

up-

on

the

know my

long

to

call

my

D7

love

for

her

will

Then

'ry

maid

that

Ev-

in

G7

in'

in

Red Breast gone

sneak down

ev'n- ing

sink-

Rob-

is

tle

nev-

G7

G7

own,

er

die;

G7

G7

seek their nests.

G7

that place

love

the best,

G7

there

a-

lone

sigh:

D7

gold- en West,

to

to

al- ways bloom,

sun

Lit-

air their sweet per- fume,

G7

G7

ros- es

29 A7

out

D7

ky

dus-

21 G7

25

When the

Lives

17 B

G7

For

re- gion where the

13 A7

G&7

Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider


Eb TREBLE

C C

I-

da,

33

Sweet-

er

37 G7

A7

Come

out,

41

45 D7

whis-

per,

57

61

Lis-

ten

A7

love

than

all

so

I-

can't live

da,

you

I-

D7

moon-

light,

G7

with-

out

Oh,

Hon-

ey

do!

i-

dol-

D7

G7

da,

'deed

love we'll

ize

ya,

do.

E7

D7

you,

of

low.

G7

E7

and

der,

soft

know.

ci-

tho',

53 G7

ple

Seems

Sweet as ap-

in the silv- 'ry

49 D

G7

G7

Solos at "C"

Indiana

q = 200

Eb TREBLE

A D

A

have

al

ver

Yet

E7

Em

17

gain

and

wand

on

the

wa

spell

o'er

D#

ion

fair

seem

to

ter

Gm6

A7

me

Em

be,

A7

see

Em7

'rer

sea

D7

land

E7

Casts

21

moon - beam

13

ways been

vis

Gm

A7

Back home

Indiana

Eb TREBLE

25

D C7

C7

B7

gain

A7

29

seems

that

can

- dle

33

in

in

- di

can

E7

light

still

shin

- ing

fields

dream

- bout the

sends

all

its

fra

used

to

moon- light

A7

for

my

In

53

long

- ing

thru

the

new - mown

E7

grance

Bm

roam.

Bm7

on

the

Wa

When

B7

bash,

then

(A7)

home.

From the

Bm

- di - an - a

it

gleam

The

E7

F7

me.

F7

49

F7

And

the

bright

A7

A7

B7

for

B7

45

see

C7 C7

D7

- a - mores

na

E7

hay

E7

syc

41

A7

E7

37

11

If You Were The Only Girl In The World


Eb TREBLE

Clifford & Nat Ayer - 1916

A
A F7 B7


If

you were the

A C

on-

B7 E7

E7

We could go

gar- den of

E7 F
B7

D&/A
would

B

you

B7

37

on

And

such

E7/B E&7/C
A/C

be

were

the

were

the

in

such

D
on-

won-

old

With

der- ful

der -ful

things to you,

F7

ly

girl

in

the

world,

boy.

things to do,

F&

ly

on-

our joy.

E7

way.

C
A

day.

A C

ly

to-

noth- ing to mar

E6

on-

the world

E7

won-

were the

E7

would say

in the same

B7

lov- ing

33

- den just made for two,

24

There

in the world,

E&7 A

B
A F7 B7

Noth- ing else would mat- ter

17

29

girl

boy,

12

ly

E7

B7

F7

If

and

E7

111

Eb TREBLE

Ja Da
Bob Carlton - 1918

q = 132

D
C7 C7 B7


Ja - da

Ja - da

C7 C7 B7
D

That's a

fun - ny

It's

so

11

13

Jing,

Oh

16

Jing.

bit

of

mel - o -

A7

A7

ap - peal - ling

Ja - da

yeah!

Ja - da Ja - da Jing,Jing,

lit - tle

B7

dy,

to

me,

It

goes

A7

E7

Ja - da

A7

E7

Ja - da

C7 C7

B7

Jing.

and

Ja - da

Ja - da Ja - da Jing,Jing

sooth - ing

E7

Ja - da

Ja - da

A7

E7

Ja - da Jing, Jing,

Ja - da Jing, Jing,

Jing!

Jazz Baby
Eb TREBLE

11

M.K. Jerome & Blanche Merrill - 1918

E7
A A

A
E7
A

My dad- dy was a rag- time trom- bone play-er,

My mam- my was a rag- time cab- a- ret- er.

C7C F

They met one day at a

Folks

tan- go tea, There was a

B7
D D7

A7

13

B7

think the way I walk is a fad,

But it's a hirth-

Ba- by,

E7

in the tone of

Jazz

sax- o- phone,

Ba- by,

25

"Walkthe

E7
day pres- ent from my mam- my and dad.

want to be jazz-

21

syn- co- pa- ted wed- ding and then came me.

A E7
A

Jazz

17

E7

Dog" and "Ball


theJack" that

that

ing all the time.

I'm a

There's

some- thing

B7 E7 E&

makes me do a lit- tle wig- gle

all my own. Cause I'm a

Full of jazz- bo har- mo-

ny.

A7

That

B7
A
A

caused all the talk,

is

just a cop- y

of the way I

A
E7
E&
A
B7
E7
A

28

nat- 'ral- ly walk! 'Cause I'm a Jazz

Ba- by,

Lit- tle Jazz Ba-

by that's me!

Jazz Baby

11

Eb TREBLE

33

Rocked to sleep while the cra- dle went to

and fro,

F7

To and fro to the tune of the "Tic-

kle Toe".

B7
B7 E7 A A

37

Ev- er since I start- ed in

41

Jazz, jazz, jazz, that's

B7

45

Jazz, jazz, jazz, That's

49

Dog" and "Ball

all

ev-

er knew,

All

day long

all

Play me

I want


theJack" that

E7 E&

nat- 'ral- ly walk! 'Cause I'm a Jazz

F7

nev- er would

E7
A
A

E7

Ba- by,

53

56

D
A

to do,

Jazz

"Walkthe

to grow, I'd love to hear the mu-sic play- in', See my dear old mam- my sway- in'.

lit- tle

E&

E7

jazz!

Full of jazz- bo har- mo-

ny.

A7

get thru.

'Cause I'm a

That

B7
A
A

caused all the talk,


Ba- by,

is

B7

just a

cop-y of the way I

Solos at "D"

E7 A

Lit- tle Jazz Ba-

by that's me!

After last solo


play "C" to end

11

The Jazz Me Blues

Eb TREBLE

Tom Delaney
1921

Down in Louis - i

- an - a

D7
G7

in that sun - ny

su - per

fine

clime

- They

play a class of mu- sic that is

- And it makes no dif - fer - ence if

its

rain or

shine


- You can

Break 1 Bar

hear

that


jazz

band

mu

- sic

play

- ing

G7

all

the

sounds so pe - cu - liar 'cause the

D7

12

fill

the

air

14



be

mu- sic's

in

rhyme

queer

C

Then

Break 1 Bar
C

to

time

it


How its sweet vi - bra - tion seems to

you

the whole world seems

G7

You want noth - ing else but jazz - band mu - sic

all the

time

to

11

The Jazz Me Blues

Eb TREBLE

G7
G
G7
G
G7

17 B

Ev -'ry

one that's nigh

A7

25

don't feel

35

37

D7

jazz

- time

(Jazz

dog - gone real - gone

rag

night

cry:

it

play

it

G7

jazz - band

"Jazz

(Jazz - man!) You

Break 1 Bar

Please Sir will you play it

E7

Don't want it fast

man

time

Time)

Oh!

and if you don't blow it hot then I

Take your time don't rush

D7

day and

Now if it's

Amin

both

Jazz

B7 Bb7
A7

right

Hear them loud - ly

Don't stop the mu - sic it's

know I want to hear it

C7

31

man

G7

28

to sigh

D7

21

Jazz

nev - er seems

E7

A7

Me"

blues.

low

F7

Don't want it slow,

sweet and

in

I've


got those

B7 Bb7

Solos at "C"

11

Jelly Roll Blues

Eb TREBLE

D7
D7

G E
3

Ensemble

D7

A7

13

Cornet solo
3 beats

Ensemble

Stop Time Banjo Solo - 7 beats


5 A

Jelly Roll Morton - 1905

D7

Trombone Solo
3 Beats

G7

G G7

D7

Stop time 3 bars - ad lib breaks


17

21


D7

25

B7

B7

G7

C
G


A7

D7

G G7

D7

Jelly Roll Blues


Eb TREBLE

11

Stop time 3 bars - ad lib breaks


29

33

C G

D7

G7

C
G


37

G G7

D7 C C G D7

A7

4 bar interlude - clarinet trill, drum roll


G7
G7

G7

G7

G7

41

E7
C
C7

45

F
C

49

G7

D7

53 G7

G7

Back to "D" for Solos

11

Japanese Sandman
Eb TREBLE

Raymond Egan & Richard Whiting - 1920

AC

Here's the Jap- an-ese

D7

hand

man,

sor-

row

mor

row

13 B7

17 B C

21

old-

er

He'll buy your old day from

of the day that is

through,


Just to startlife a

C7

In the dawn when you

Sand

man,

hand

man,


trad ing new days for

G7

bit


And you'll be

bit


Here's the Jap- an- ese

Trade him sil- ver for

G7

Then you'll be

wake,

29 D7

G7


And he'll give you to-

new.

make.

with the new day you

He will take ev- 'ry

you.


Just an old sec- ond

er

bold-

G7

Sneak- ing in with the dew.

Sand man,

A7

25


Just an old sec- ond

old.

F7

G7

11

Just a Little While to Stay Here


Eb TREBLE

F F

Just

lit

12

here,

be

Just

ver,

la

ly

jour

lit

- tle

while

end.

Soon we'll take

our

hev'n

bor,

in

the

ney,

Be

at

F
a

path that's

nar

home

F
lit

Then

we'll

all

go

G7

march - ing
the

C7

thru

the

Pearl

- ies

there

beaut

straight,

F Bb F
In

pen,

C+7

friends.

ble

Some sweet day we'll

there.

All

Bb

C7

and

trou

with

- ing

- row

- gain

Bb

- tle more hard

F7

will

to

to

Just

lit

Bbm

wait

G7

Bb

C7

- tle while
And our trav - els here

state.

29

stay

Heav - en's gates are stand

to

Bb

F Bb F

Just

23

Dm7

17 B

all

F7

- tle while

Soon this life will

Bb

this low and

Wait - ing for our

march
all

Gate.

to

share.

Bbm

go

sin

- ful

en - trance

D7

- ing

C7

ver
ver,

King Chanticleer

Eb TREBLE

Nat D Ayer & Seymour Brown, 1910

G+

A/G

A/F

A/E

Play cues 1x for Repeat:

F7/Eb

A/E

B7

9 B E

15

19


B7

25 C A

28 F7/Eb

A/G

A/F


E7

E7

B75

E7

B7

B7

B7

G+

A/E

B7

B7

E7

A/E

1 1

King Chanticleer
Eb TREBLE

Trombone Solo - 16 Bars

33 D D

B7

39

44

49

C
E

CHORUS:

60

65 F

71

75

C
F

B75

E7

D7

G7

G7

G7

G7

D7

D7

D7

55

G7

C7

F7

Solos at "E":

Eb TREBLE

A F

C7

D7

C7

G7

17

B F

D7

21

C7

29

G7

C7

C7

C7

Nick LaRocca - 1919


C7

25

13

Lasses Candy

E7

E7 D7

G7

C7

Lassus Trombone

Eb TREBLE

A D

A7

Henry Filmore - 1915

Trombone Solo

A7

B7 A7

B7
D
A7
D
D
15
Fine


B
20
A7 D
E7
E7

1.
2.
25

A7
D
D

11

mp

34

D7
G

30

C G Solos
Here

38

G7

G D7 G C7 G

42

After Solos Play "A" once

Lazy Daddy

Eb TREBLE

AG

G7

G7

G7



13

17

23

B G

1 ODJB, 1918

E7

D7

A7

D7

G/D

A7

A7

A7

D7

D7

Clarinet Break - 2 Bars

Clarinet Break - 2 Bars:

D7

E7
A7
D D7/A
D7



28

Lazy Daddy
Eb TREBLE

33

39

Clarinet Break - 2 Bars

E7

49

D C

Clarinet Break - 2 Bars

D7

A7

D7

G7

58

D7

63

Trombone Break

66 C/G


A+

D7


fine

G7

G7

C
Trombone Break G7

Cm6 G

53 E C

44

Trombone Break

Trombone Break

G7

D7

Back to "B" al fine

Eb TREBLE

Limehouse Blues
q = 184

A D

Oh

Fm

Lime
Dear

In

B D7

And

they

And

Those

C7

Right here in

Fm

Fm

- house,
wear - y

- ange blos - som land,

C7

Fm

'Cause no one seems to

weird Chi - na blues,

Nev

- er

go

Bm

Bb

- way.

sob

sound,

Oh, Hon - ey lamb they seem to say:

Sad,

mad

blues,

For all the while they seem to say:

- stand.

long, long sigh.

Queer

un - der


Like

day,

F7

a - round,

A7

play,

Where you can hear those blues all

seem all

or

to

25

Dear,

Where yel - low Chin - kies love

Lime

I'm

17

- house

Oh

In

Gm7 C7 F7

Limehouse Blues
Eb TREBLE

33

C Bb7

Oh! Lime - house

G7

37

Go - ing the way

A7

43

That

Dm7

49

Bb7

Oh!

G7

53

Lime - house

blues

59

D7

tears for your crown,

Gm

I've

the

real

Poor bro - ken blos

- som

C7

C7

ry

Lime - house

Bb7


of

old

F7

Oh!

A7 G7

blues,

Rings on your fin -

and

Oh!

F
D7

That is the sto

kid.

those sad Chin - a blues,

Gm7(b5)

- ing you're just kind o' wild.

A7 G7

Bb7


- ies

Oh! Lime - house

Haunt - ing and taunt

Learned from the chink

Gm

Oh!

the rest of them did

no - bod - y's child,

Oh!

G7

kid

gers and

Ab9 for repeat


Chin - a

town.

Livery Stable Blues (Vocal)


Eb TREBLE

A C

Way down in



D7

sta- ble

Al-

a- bam,

brush

on one string,

was

in

Bir-

G&7

ming- ham,

There was

fel- low named Lee,-

G7

D7

It

C7

la- zy color-ed-

he

play,

G7

In-stead of

to

the

work- ing all day,

up- on the

A7

hor- ses he'd sing,

this sad and lone-some- mel- o-

dy,

F7

and play up-

Livery Stable Blues (Vocal)

Eb TREBLE

2 13

16

Oh hon-ey,- lis-ten- here,


C7

sta-

19

ble

C7

25 C

29

32

Oh how

ey

D7

ba- by

you

know

why

G7

was- n't born for

this,

got

those

blues,

F7

blues.

G7

me,

C7

I've lost my pep com- plete,

C
E

back to my

have

Al- a- bam- a

me some- day,

35

I've got those liv- 'ry sta- ble

I'se g'wine

I miss your kiss,

A7

I've got those mean old liv-'ry

G7

Oh, law-dy-

A7

mine,

Oh hon - ey lis ten here

blues.

hon-

21

they're

the

blu

G7

est

ba- by,

kinfd

of

G7
G7

G7

way

she prom - ised that she'd mar-ry-

she'll drive a-

Those liv - 'ry

blues!

sta - ble

blues

Livery Stable Blues,

a la Muggsy Spanier

(Barnyard Blues)

Eb TREBLE

G7
C C7
F F
C

G7

G&7

C7

Break - 1 Bar

Bass Drum

10

Lopez & Nues, 1917

A7
D7

14

17

G7

B C

21

G7

1st time Only

Bass, Trombone, & Bass Drum

C7

A7



Last Time: To Coda

G7
C
C G7
C

25

D7

Trombone Gliss to "C"

Coda:

29

Bass Drum
G+7

Fine

1 1

Eb TREBLE

Break! 3 Bars

Clarinet Break Cornet "Horse Whinny"

31

CC

Harmonize

Trombone

37

40

G7

Solos

G7
C

43

D7

C7

1 X Only - Trombone

F7

49

A7

D7

G7

C G


Break: 3 Bars:

Clarinet Break Cornet "Horse Whinny"


F

55 D C

Harmonize

Trombone

C
A7

61

64

G7

D7

G7

Back to "B" - Take CODA:

Long Gone
Eb TREBLE

1
W.C. Handy & Chris Smith - 1920

F7/A

F
C7/B

F C7

Did you

5 A F

C7

ev-er hear the sto- ry


Long

bold bank rob-ber from Bowl -ing Green,

of Long John Dean?

John stood on the rail- road

Waitin' for

tie,

freight train

B
C7/B
F
D7

sent

F7/A

to the jail- house

Freight train

came just

yes- ter- day,

puffin' and flyin',

Late

Long

by.

G7 C7 F

last night he made

Ought'a seen

to come

Was

his

John grabbin'

get- a- way.

He was

that blind.

B
13

17

F
Long

Long

D7

G7

Gone

F7/A

gone,

from

C7
Ken- tuck- y,

C7/B

and

what I

mean,

F
Long

D7

G7

Gone,

ain't

C7


he

luck- y?

F
C7

Long Gone John from

Bowl- ing

Green.

Interlude

21

G7
C7
F D7

G7
C7
F D7

Long Gone

Eb TREBLE

25

They

C7 F

of- fered a re-ward

to bring him back,

E-ven put blood- hounds

They caught him in Fris- co, and to seal his fate,

F7/A

30

C7/B

on the o-

Quen- tin

jailed one

D7

Dog- gone blood- hounds lost his scent,


out

San

cean

John es- caped,

on

his track.

ev-'ning- late.

C7

G7

But

no- bod- y knows where Long- John went. He was

Now

The guard for- got to close

the

Gol-

den

gate.

John's

D
34

F D7

38

G7

C7

D7

Long

Gone

from

Ken-

tuck- y,

Long

Gone,

Long

Gone

from

San Quen-tin,-

Long

Gone

F7/A

C7/B

Long

gone,

and

Long

Gone

I'm

what I
tell- ing

and

G7

C7

Ain't

he

luck- y.

still

a'

sprint- in'.

F
C7

mean,

Long Gone John from

Bowl- ing Green.

you,

Shut your mouth and

shut mine

too.

Lovin' Sam
(The Sheik of Alabam')

Eb TREBLE

Lis - ten sis Ev -'ry hus

ters and bro - thers


band and lov - er,

A A7

B7

B A

13

He's thegreat est of


Keep your gal
un - der

17

B7

To be the bride of
And in the morn - in'

There ain't a wo man


But if your gal you

a - bout a man I
and you can pass it

lov
cov

- ers
- er,

A A7

There ain't a high brown gal in town


If Lov - in' Sam gives her the grin,

21

A7

E7

But let me tell you


Then here's my warn - in'

1922

I sup pose you've heard of the Sheik.


Bet- ter take
a
bit of ad - vice.

They say that he's the lov - in' champ,


Of course they say ad - vice is cheap,

he can't vamp,
aim to keep,

know:
on:

A7

Ev - er kissed a girl on the cheek.


Sure as there's a deuce on the dice,

Who would - n't throw her dad- dy down


Then you is out and Sam is in!

this col ored Ro - me


your lov - in' ma- ma's

- o.

E7

gone!

A7


Peo- ple
Peo- ple

Eb TREBLE

Lovin' Sam (The Sheik of Alabam')

25

C D

call

A7

him

29

mean love

33

gals

Lov - in'

Sam,

go

stroll- in'

by,

Boy! He

A7

Does he

D D

strut?

love like Lov - in'

Sam,

You could

F7

down in Al - a

51

ba - bies

54

B7

- bam'.

cry

for Cas

The

Em7

Sheik of

man!

eye!

Break for 2 bars

have your eggs and

ham,

noth- in'else but! Could you

A7

In the fin- est kit chens

D7

You'd make the high brown ba

Gm

for

ia!

They

all

love

Lov - in'

bies cry

A7

Al

wick - ed

- tor

rolls

He's a

And when the

E7

bam'.

-a -

That's what he does- n't do

46

Al

Fm

step?

a heart break- in'

Does he

41

E7

He's the Sheik of

mak - in'

37

E7

bam'.


you like

Sam,


Peo - ple

The Love Nest

Louis A. Hirsch & Otto Harbach - 1920

Eb TREBLE

Just

F
dove

9 G7

an-

13 D

da

29

with some

small

sort

of

ros-

es

G7

D7

ram- bler

cling- ing

room,

C7

than

pal-

ace

with

gild-

ed

dome,

love

nest,


You can call

E7

ver-

Then

E7(b5)

Then

C7

Best

of

Bet- ter

A7

home.

blue.

G7

E7/B A7

two.

Like

twine.

room,

dream room for

G7

all

warm.

vine,

C7

farm.

tea set of

kit- chen where some

G7
25

down on

C7

co- zy and

nest,

21 F

nest,

17 B

love

G7

is

Ma He's Making Eyes At Me

Eb TREBLE

Con Conrad - 1921

A C
G7
C

Lit- tle Lil- ly was

bill

and

coo.

11

"MA,

A G7

al

C
33

MA,

he wants to

mar-

'ry

min-

ute

Me,

I'm

meet-

ing

on

my

should-er,-

for

as

sis- tance!

D7

Ma,

I'm

be-

side

him,

If

you

peek

in,

Be

my

hon-

ey

gets

bold-

with

re

G7

sis

he's

kiss

MA he's

to me!

Can't you see I'm goin'

he

Mer- cy! Let his con - science guide him

fel- low would

cry:

G7

G7

G7 G G7

he's aw- ful nice

to

weak - en?

E7 A7 D7 G7

bee.

er,

Now

he's

lean-

ing

tance

shall

hol-

ler

- ing

She would- n't

some smart

G&7 C

MA,

ry me,

Ev-

night

But she would

- 'ry sin-gle-

G7

G7

her,

G7

G7

G7

to

at me!

fel- lows knew,

D7

up

D7

41

44

cud - dle

- most break- ing my heart,

D7

he's mak- ing eyes

26

And all the

Ev

to

B C

shy,

G7

D7

try,

17

oh! So sil- ly and

G7

me!"

F7

Mama Don't Allow

Eb TREBLE

Ma-ma- don't 'low

12

no

cor- net play'n 'round


Ma-ma- don't 'low


We don't

no

care

an- y how.

cor- net play'n 'round

what

G7

Ma-ma-

here!

D7
here!

No

She Don't

No

gon-na'-

She Don't

don't 'low,he's

playthat

D7

Ma - ma don't 'low no

cor net play'n 'round here!

cor-

net


No

She Don't

Mandy

Eb TREBLE

AG



I was

hear some

while

G
C

just some- bod - y

C


Man

21

A7

han

25

17

er

Not a

word

A7

A7

ser - e - na - ding


there's a min - is - ter

D7

ding - er?

some - thing like

this.

han

If we'd let him make a

fee.

fing

er

Oh

now

and it sure would be


G7

It was

E7

dy,

miss.

D7

So

tune.

want -ed to

here's the ring for your

D7

I could

fa - mil - iar

moon.

29

A7

ling

dy,

'neath the silv' - ry

D7

lis - ten,

ing

dy,

D7

ing

to

sing

D7

stopped a

even

bo - dy

13

stroll - ing out one

Irving Berlin - 1918

So

don't you

E7


is - n't it

a hum -

E A7
D7 G

Come a long and let the wed -ding chimes bring hap -py times far Man -dy

and me.

Eb TREBLE

Margie
Con Conrad & J. Russel Robinson

q = 160

A D

You

can

talk

A

5

Here's

one

must

tell

All

night

E7

13

B7

gie,

Don't

for

E7

have

A7

to

you;

Em

C7

EB7

get

your

E7

bought

up -

on the

A7


My

D7

al - ways

I'll

tell

the

think - ing

world

to

Break 2 bars

lit - tle

of

you

prom - ise

D+7

B7

B7

coo:

A7

C7

stairs,

I'm

A7

love af - fairs,

close and starts to

gie,

29

Mar

long they sit

He holds her

Mar

Em7

a - bout your

Em

25

A7

21

17

love

you,

me,

home and ring and

ev - 'ry - thing, For

1 1

Margie
Eb TREBLE

33

Mar

37

Days

all

is

41

45

Em7

Mar

are

gie,

You've been

nev

done,

A7

blue.

There is

Mar - gie

my

it's

you."

D+7

B7

on - ly

one,

A7

"My

D7
C7 C7

real - ly

in - spir - a - tion,

er

D7

F7

said and

gie,

Af - ter

lit - tle

Oh!

Memphis Blues

Eb TREBLE

W.C Handy - 1912

C C7 F7 F6
G7
D7 G7

G7

G7

10

C7 B7 B7

C

14 A7

18 G7

22

D7

D7

G7

C7

F7
B7

27




C7

C7
G7

30

F F7 B7 B F

Eb TREBLE

Midnight in Moscow

q = 160

Am

Dm E7

Am E7

Am

Bm7 E7

14

E7

Am

F G7
C

Dm

Am

Bm7 E7


20

Am

Am

Am

Dm

E7

Am

Am

Stop time- first beat of bar only

Dm6
Am
Am
C

25 A

Am

Time

30

35

Dm

41

Am

Dm

Am

Am
E7

E7

Am

Am

Bm7

E7

Am
E7
Am
Dm


Eb TREBLE

D


5

A7

A7

your head

- on

my breast while mom

sigh

is

call

in

days

long gone

D0

Bm

Strum,

41

Hum,

- my hums

strum,

hum,

tune;

The


fall

by.

Way

- in' while the soft bree - zes

down in Miss

- our - i where I

I was a tin

- y child up - on

soon;

my mom - my's knee; The

E7

old folks were hum - min',their ban - jos were

33

- in'

E7

A7

When

com

heard this mel - o - dy.

25

is

A7

as

- ber time

- in' where shad - ows are

19

by, slum

sand - man

E7

up

ba

- bye, my

Rest

14

Hush

1
John Eppel & J.R. Shannon
1914 F

Missouri Waltz

strum - min' so - o sweet

A7

and

low.

Am

Bm

F7

strum, strum, strum, seems I hear those ban -jo's play - in' once a- gain.

Bm

F7

hum, hum, hum, Tha - t same

Bm

old plaint - ive strain.

Bm

49

F7

Hear

that mourn

57

- ful

F7

song.

F7
Bm

dy,

- ney back to Dix

ie - land

seems like your mom - my was there once a

same

92

by,

old re

in

Way

dreams

- gain,

down in Miss

thestars were blink

Bm

hear Mom - myChloe, as

time

- gain with

me;

in days long a

It

and the old folks were strum - min. that

- our -

- in' and the moon

E7

- go, sing - in'"Hush

i, where I learned this lull

A7
D

when

E7

97

A7
D

- frain.

A7

it seems when you hear that old

A7

long,

- a - bye my ba - by, go to sleep on mom - my'sknee.

A7

E7

Hush

Jour

87

It just haunts you the wh - ole day

81

77

Bm

Bm

F7

and you wan - der in dreams back to Dix - ie

71

64

Bm

mel - o

Missouri Waltz
Eb TREBLE
TREBLE

was climb - in' high,

A7

bye."

- a-


and I

My Daddy Rocks Me

Eb TREBLE

J. Berni Barbour - 1922

q = 100

Dm

Gm

I've got

a great big

A7

rocks

knee,while

Dm Dm/C

rock ing

me

Dm

Am/E


F

I'mglad to say

chair, and

Am/F

he rocks

me

Dm/Bb

so sweetto me.

Am

py.

to a rock- y

with onestead y

ev - 'ry night you'll find us

he's al ways gay. I've

G7

E7/B

Dm/c

no one could be

on his

17

hap -

G7

13

me

Bb6

E7

got

Sweet - ie,

He makes

Dm

Dm

roll.

Gm/Bb

there.

Gm

Dm

I'm

Dm/A

mel - o - dy.

My ba- by

Gm

Dm


My ba by

1
My Daddy Rocks Me

Dm

21

Dm7/C

Dm

rocks

25

Bb7

me

with all hisheart and

A7

Dm/A

Most ev' - ry eve - ning at half past

A7



time to

Em7/B

go.

his

arms.

world is

mine.

in

A7/C

My ba - by

Dm

Gm/Bb

Dm7/C

Dm

He hatesto

leave me when it's

low.
charns,

I'm sit tingpret

ty when I'm

nine,

We get to geth

er and the

You need a

Talk a - bout row - boats and birch can - oes,

28

A7

soul.

Em7
A7

We'll al ways spoon while the lights are


Wrap'd in a blank et of love and

Dm/c

A7

Dm/C

rocks

me

Dm

Dm/Bb

chair to rock a -

A7

with

onestead - y

way your blues.

31

Dm

roll.

E
A7

roll.

A7

Dm

My Honey's Lovin' Arms

Herman Ruby/Joseph Meyer - 1922

Eb TREBLE

You've heard lov-ers,

A7

A7

pet;

I'm

They

so

diff- 'rent,

G7

Love- sick

lov- ers

fret

al- ways

get

ro-

man- tic,

A&7

G7
Oh,

so diff-'rent-

E7

Drive

now;

bout their

A&7

you fran-tic.

F7

While I'm in

B
F
E9
E
A&7

13

love I

know

simp- ly

go

and

whis- per

low

to

Hon- ey

Ba- by:

My Honey's Lovin' Arms

Eb TREBLE

D
A

21

love your

E7

25

place

to

nes- tle


com- fy

37

love you

E7

G7

You'll

find

my

love be-

E9

45

A7

Oh, what

Right

in

my

Hon- ey's

ly.

hap- py

lit- tle

A6

B7

you

on-

to

D7

A7

Lov- in'

ey.

way

hon-

When years have passed a-

longs

pair!

A7

Seems to bless my

world seems wrong,

E7

world of charms,

lone-

more each day,

'Cause when the

am

chair,

41

Hap- pi- ness,

33

when

B7

A6

A7

29

One ca- ress,

They hold

co- zy

E7

G7

lov- in' arms,

17

know that

G7

ly;

be- long

Eb TREBLE

My Bucket's Got a Hole In It

q = 174

D7

A7

G7

D7

A7

G7

10

13

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.

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.

CHORUS

D7

1 1

Oh, Didn't He Ramble


Eb TREBLE

A G

G
D7

Traditional

G D7 G

G
D7

TO Dixieland 2-beat swing feel

12

16

Drums
G

D7

Well his

was

in

the

mar-

ket,

his

came

run-

ning

by

said:

head

24

G
girls

C G

28

ram

35

40

ram

ble, Didn't he

D7

town.

20

Didn't he

ram-

-bled

'til

the

"Look at that

wo - men

the

mar-

ket

He ram-bled all

ble,

D7

in

street.

All

the

D7

Didn't he

cut

him

down.

a- round,

ram-

ble?

he

All a-round the

meat!" Oh didn't

G
D7

ble?

were

D7

ram-

feet


He

D7

Didn't

he

Eb TREBLE

Oh By Jingo

q = 180

A+7
D
A+7
D

Oh, by Gee! by Gosh, by

E7

Gum By

We will build for you

A+7

A+7

Oh, by Jin go said, by Gosh,

by

F7 Gm F#7/A#

Bm

23

me."

So they

28

Juv, by

Jin - go,

hear our

B7


You will be

A7

We'll have a lot of lit tle Oh! by Gol - lies,

Then we'll put them

our fav'rite nut,

in the Fol-

lies,

D7

Edim

hut.

E7

E7

Oh! by Jin go, won't you

Edim

Juv,

13

17

E7

A7

love?

1
Albert von Tizler
1919

"By Jim - in - y, Please don't both- er

Gee.

all went a way sing ing Oh! By Gee, By

Gosh by Gum, by

D#dim

By Gee, you're the

A7/E

A7

on

- ly girl for

me.

G7

Eb TREBLE

Oh!

Byron Gay/Arnold Johnson - 1919

D7

G
D7

10

D7

A7

Break: 2 Bars

14

B
17

G
D7

D7
G7

22

27

31

D7

G G& G6 G&

1. G

2.

Eb TREBLE

Ole Miss

A A7

A7


A7

A7

13

21

F7

25

E
A7

29

D
D7

17

W.C. Handy - 1916

C7

D7

B7

G6

Ole Miss
Eb TREBLE

A7

33

A7

37


A7

41

A7

A7
D

45

49

DD

A7

53

57

D7

B7

D7

G G

61

E7
G

A7

F7

A7
D
B7 E7

Back to "D" for Solos


Then Play "C" and "D out.

The Old Rugged Cross


Eb TREBLE

A A

E7

C E7

B7

36

D D

D D A

A
A A7
D
D D

31

25

Ritard

14

19

A&

George Bernard - 1913

A
A

A7

A D7 A

D6 E7
A D A D D&

E7

E7

E7

F7

G7

A D D A

On The AlamoIsham Jones & Gus Kahn - 1922


Eb TREBLE

B7 A
B7 F7D
B7
A7


Where the moon swings

B7

E7

fair

A7

On the Al- a-

where

ros-

es

B7

B7

wan-

der

to

and

the ten-

F7

der

F7

night,

B7

E7

fro.

can hear

her

Break

For she said

I'll

wait

B7

21


In

of the sum- mer

A7 B7 A

17

E7

C7

In a gar-den

B7

grow,

C7

G7

light

13

C7

mo,

said

25

dreams

B7

29

low,

B7

by the gar-

den

gate,

E7

"I

love

you

it

seems

B7

On

E7
the

C7

B7

so".

On the night

C7


in

all

my

Where the moon swings

D7


Al-

B7

And

go

C7

F7

a- mo.

Break

Eb TREBLE

Trombone solo

E7 A7

12

E7

28

34

A7

A7

B7

A7

2.
A7 1. B7

E7

A7

D A7 D

E7

B7 E7

A7

A7

Edward "Kid" Ory - 1921


E7

A7 D

17

22

Ory's Creole Trombone

Ory's Creole Trombone


Eb TREBLE


A7
C G

D7

39

44

55

D B7

A
A

73

79

D7

TAG

D7

A7

After last solo play "D" to end and then tag

Trombone

83


A7

D7

D7

Solos

A7

67

A7

Trombone
solo

60

Trombone Solo

D7

D7

A7

49

A7 D7

Eb TREBLE

Ostrich Walk

Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 1918

A7
E7
A7

E7 A7
E B7

A7
E B7

E7

AD

D E7 A7

A7
E7

13

Stop Time 4 bars

D Trombone

17

D7 Cornet

B7

21

Break

26

A7

32

37

A7

E7

G
Trombone

Clarinet

A7

1.



2.

D G

A7

Break
Break

D
D Break
A7
D

Break

D Break
D
A7
D

A7
E7
A7

42

Ostrich Walk

1 1

Eb TREBLE

Stop Time 4 bars


Trombone

D7 Cornet

B7

58

E7

62

D D

B7

66

A7

70

E7

50

54

D E7 A7
D

C D

2 46

Clarinet

E7

Trombone
G

D
A7

A7

A7 A&7
D

sfz

74

A7

A7
D

Unison

78

D A&7

Eb TREBLE
q = 120

Over The Waves


G



D7

10

19

26

33

41

G7

G7

57

D7

49

D7

G7

Eb TREBLE
q = 120

Poor Butterfly

C9

F C7 Gm7 A

Poor But - ter

fly

A+7

13

G7

in - to

17

hours,

C9
B

21

A+7

come

25

Gm7


he don't come

29

C9


die.

She

mur - murs

be

faith

A7

D9

by

and

by.


Poor

- er

And

But

- ter -

fly.

as

she

C7 Gm7

The moon and

ful,

I'm

sure

he

But

sigh

Bbm6

Then I nev

years,

mo - ments

low,

know that he

back

Fmaj7

me

- to

Dm

to

The

C9

tears,

D7


in

Poor But - ter -

so.

The hours pass

ing

him

D9

smiles thru her

Fmaj7

C8

pass

for she loved

G7

Golden/Hubbel - 1916

'neath the blos soms wait

fly

or

if

Gdim

cry,

just must

Panama

Eb TREBLE

William H Tyres - 1913

C
G7
A

10 G7


15

A7

D7

G7

F F C

43

F&7

2.

C7

A7

G7
D7

A7

38 C

G7
C
D7

33

G7

C7

G7

1. C

22 B

28

G7

C7
C

18 C

C7


C7

C7
F F

Panama
Eb TREBLE

A
E7
C7

48
2

54

D F

59

64

EF

70

76

pp
ff

84

90

C7

C7


1.

F7 B

C7

C7 F

C7

2.
C7 F

F7

C7

C7

C7 F

C7

C7

The Pearls
Eb TREBLE

1
Jelly Roll Morton - 1919

A E
B7

E
C7 F C7 F
C

E
F7 B7

11


F
C C7 FC7
C F7 B7 E

16

B E7

21

C7

25

29

E7

F7

B7

A7

E B7 E

- 2 bars
E Break

33

G7

A7

E
E7
E
E7

37

The Pearls

Eb TREBLE

All
E7
A7

41

Tuba Only

45

53

A7

Tuba only

E7

61

B7
E G7 C B
A B C E7
C7 F7

57

E7

B7
E7

B7

49

C7

All

F7

D A F7

65

B7

69

73

E7

E7
A

E7

Tuba Only

A9

Pretty Baby
Eb TREBLE

Egbert Van Alstyne & Gus Kahn - 1916

G7

Ev-

like

to

be

your

Ba-

come and

21 A7

25

Ba-

dad

and

G&

Pret- ty

Ba-

rock you

in

my

all

lov-

in'

ba-

by

and

it

Pret-

ty

G7

cra-

Ba-

by

of

Pret- ty


Won't

dle of

you

B7

love,

G7

And we'll

Oh!

might as

mine.

moth-er too,

time.

I'd

G&

the

by.

D7

And

Pret- ty

by.

sis- ter, broth- er,

D7

I'm in love with you,

dle

G7

29 D7/A

rne

cud-

want

let

Pret- ty

by,

17 C7

G&

G&

ba- by that's why

by,

13 C

bod- y loves a

Ba-

9 G7

'ry-

well be

G G

you,

Eb TREBLE

Riverside Blues

E7

A C

13

G7

D7

F7

D7

30 C C

38

F
G

G&7

break
C 2 bar unison

2. C

G7

G7

everybody plays this figure behind clarinet lead


C
G7 C

26 G7

34

C C7 C F 1. C

G&7

E7

22

Thomas A. Dorsey & Richard M. Jones

E7

F7

18

G7

2 bar clarinet break

C7

C F

G7

C7

Play 2 bar unison on out-chorus

D7

G7

C7

C F

Solos at "C"
C

Rock a Bye Your Baby

Eb TREBLE

Jean Schwartz - 1918

A
A E7/B
E7
A

Mam-my mine,

Your lit-tle roll- in'stone that rolled a- way,

Mam- my mine,

G7

G7

Your roll- in'stone is roll - in' home to- day,

A
C
E7/B
E7

13

to

see your

smil- in' face,

C
G7

When I'm

in

your

fond em- brace,

Smile

strolled a- way.

E7

Just

E&7

wel- come

B7

Lis- ten

Mam- my

there to stay.

E7

sign.

E7

mine:

1 1

Rock a Bye Your Baby


Eb TREBLE

17

Rock- A

- Bye Your

E7

21

when you croon,

A
E7

Ba- by With

dy,

E7

Mel- o-

B7
E7

tune

from the heart

25

Just hang my cra- dle,

ie

croon a

Dix-

of

Dix-

ie.

F7

Mam- my mine,

Right on that Mas- on-

Dix- on Line,

B7 E7

29

And swing it from Vir- gin-

33

Weep no


more my

E7

37

Old Black Joe,

ia,

To Ten- nes-see with all the love that's in

A
E7

la- dy, sing

that

E7 D7

just as though

song

C7

you


a-

gain for

me,

And

had

A million ba-by kiss-es I'll de-liv- er, The min- utethat you sing the

Rock- a- bye your

F7
B7
E7

rock- a- bye ba-

by with a

Dix- ie

me on your knee.

F7
B7

ya'

41

45

mel- o-

Swan- ee Riv- er,

dy.

Rose of Picardy

Eb TREBLE

1
Haydn Wood - 1916

D7

Ro-

hush

13

17

21

25

29

ses are shin-

D(4)
E7
Ro-

A7

nev-

D7
ro-

D7

of

sil-

er

E7

one

A7

rose

like


ses

will die

with the

D7

may

be

far

that

I keep

rosethat dies

not

in

D7

in

the

B7

but there's

D7

you!

And

the

And our roads

B7



But

A7

Pi- car- dy!

my heart!

sum- mer time,

a- part,

Pi- car-dy,

rose

in

dew.

in

Pi- car- dy,

ing

in

ses are flow'r-

ver

D(4)

ing

the

there's

'Tis

C6

the

Eb TREBLE

Rose Room

q = 140

A G7



In sun - ny

Rose

F7

Where

There

B G7

May

sway

is more than ev

Pin

G7


Rose

ev

- er then I

to be sweet - ly

re

de

- sign

am

pin

- clin

- ful rose.

ing

ing,

D7

C7

Be - side a beau - ti


The moon when

- ing

- land,

ing,

Bb

'tis

D7

C7

- er

ing,

ing".

For

- es are

C7

ing,

the ros

Bbm

29

"A

- ey bees are

while the mead - ow brook flows.

F7

21

25

ing

shin

Bb

all

Danc

Where sum - mer breez- es are play

G7

13

- land,

Harry Wiliams and Art Hickman - 1917

C7

the hon

Bbm

17

ing, Some - where in

Rose of Washington Square


Eb TREBLE

James F. Halnley - 1919

A
F B C7 F

Agar-denthat nev-er-knows sun-shine

F7

Onceshel-tered a beau- ti - ful rose.

C
G7
C7

sha- dows it grew with-out sun-light- or dew, as a child of the cit-

F
B

but-ter- fly flew to the

gar- den,

C7

from out of the blue sky a-

won-der-ful tale

B7
E7
B7

17

told her of birds and of bees,

of

the

love,

E7

bove,

C7
F B7 E
A A E

with a

Inthe

y grows.

13

heart of therose set a-flut-ter,-

He

ofthe brooks and of mea- dows and trees.He whis- pered,

Rose of Washington Square


Eb TREBLE

A B

21

Rose,

E7

Fair

Rose,

for

CA

blush un- seen

37

but

Rose,

E7

heart,

B7

45

be

I'll nev-

41

er

love

B7

Rose

sun

shines,

the

de-

not mean

you should

queen

of

some fair gar- den,

E7

part,

to

that

but dwell

care,

I'll

in your


bring

the

D6 A F7

sun- beams fromthe Hea-vens to you,

49

the

E7


your

where

did

B7

33

Na- ture

so

flow-er

should blos- som

C7

Square

E&7

E7

of Wash- ing- ton

25

29

E7

and give you kis-ses thatspar-kle with dew

of Wash- ing- ton

Square.

my

Rufe Johnson's Harmony Band

Eb TREBLE

Shleton Brooks & Maurice Abraham - 1914

D7 C

Rufe

B D

17

leads

he comes

D7 C G7

band,

down the street,

G7

E
D6

He's

one grand

The

peo-

Down

in

Sa-

van-

nah,

Down

They

all

keep

sway-

ing,

While Rufe

A7

He

real-

can't be

beat,

Plays

Old

Rufe can't

read a

note,

but

ly

A7

D7

Down

in

Sa-

van-

nah-

When

he

plays

'Man-

ci-

they par-

horse and

ade
mules

pa-

G7

each

hol-

i-

they

act like

day,
fools,

lead-

er

man,

shake their feet,

G7

D6

Sa-

van-

nah.

is

play-

ing.

rag- time

mu- -sic- sweet,

he

get your

will

goat,

A A G/B

G.

A.

When

tion

Day.

The

in

ple

A7

13 D7

John- son

When

G7

G F

You'll

hear

the

You

al

most

G7

peo-

ple

say:

hear them

say:

Rufe Johnson's Harmony Band


Eb TREBLE

21

E7

Here they come,

Just

E7

25

beat- in'

D 29

He's

Lis-

to

that

dog- gone

toot- te-toot.

C7

Say

played

F 45

49 D7

rump,

rump,

flute,

ain't

that

ain't

he

rump.

D7

E7

rump,

Root -te-toot,

toot-

te-toot,

G7 D7 G7

trom- bone

moan- ing, hear it groan- ing,

to

that

old

cor-

A7

net,

It's

by

that

lead-

er

a world

Old

Ruf-

wide

us

rep-

u-

G7

John- son's

ta-

man.

tion

Har-

A7

F F
got

Boy

A7

41

to that drum,

Hon,

ten

Lis

ten

ing

D7

toot-te- toot

E 37

go-

32 A7

lis-

some,

ten

mon -y

He's

A7

For

C
Band

play-

ing

syn-

co-

pa-

tion;

Solos at "C"

Runnin' Wild

Eb TREBLE

gal and
I first

13

17

Bb7

Em7

A7

D7

Verse

A G

Gdim

My

G7

we

had a

that

gal of

met

guess she

thinks

when she

thought she

now

fight

thatshe's

gone

I'll

had me

right

she

G7

she's all

Ma - ry

led

her

lit - tle

til

the worm

Bb7

all

had

to

- lone
turn,

all

by

D7

the

shelf.

I'm

- in'

mean.

Like

lay right on

act

lone - some stuff for

lamb

she

led

A7

me

all

I
But

A7

start - ed

When

dream.

no

the

D7

She'll soon find that

I'm

rea - son

I'm

that's the

- self.

my

wrong

Em7

seemed just like

Em

her

won't sit home

it

I'm

B7

show

and

mine

gon - na

Gdim

me

time,

Un

Runn in'
Runn - in'

wild,
wild

[Patter, sung/spoken after chorus]


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.

1
Eb TREBLE

Chorus

Runnin' Wild

B G

21

G7

lost con - trol,

27

37

Am6

D7

B7

all the

time,

Reck less

nev - er

CG

B7

E7
Don't love

D7

48

All a

- lone

no

too,

Care free mind,

- bo

Run

nin'

It's not worth

Wild.

Al - ways

goin',

Idon't care,

D7

dy

Al - ways showin'

A7

bold.

blue.

don't know where,

43

Gm6

G7

might - y

Em

A7

Run - nin' wild,

Feel - in' gay,

33

- while,

Royal Garden Blues

1
Clarence & Spencer WIlliams - 1919

Eb TREBLE

A D

G D&7

A7

13

17

D&7

D7

A7

G7

B7 A7

A7

G7

D
G


C
37 C7

41

D&7
G

Trombone - ad lib 2 bars


Clarinet
D7 D7

A7

33

D7
Cornet

25

Stop time - Play downbeats 4 bars

29

D7

B7 A7

21

F A7

D7


D7

G7

A7

E7

C7

C7

G C7 G

Back to "D" for Solos

Satanic Blues

Eb TREBLE
q = 154

D7

Ddim

D7

1 1

G7

A G

C7
Cdim
G
E7

D7
G Fine

D7

13

17 B G

G
C

G7
C

E7
A7

22

27

32

Cdim

D7
G

C C

A7

D7

D7

E7

A7

From "A" to Fine

A7

D7

38

D7 G7
C D

Eb TREBLE

Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay


Verse

A G7

Havez - Batsford - 1913

Come on

Nan-

17 B G7

Come on

23

30

All

a- board for

Bal- ti- more,

we can't float.

Ban- jos

moon,

40

Ches- a- peake,

G7

Sail-

in' down Ches-

Sail- in' down Ches-


all

be sore.

Mis-ter,

G7

good old tune,

a- peake

Bay.

Up on

deck

'neath the

a- peake,

on the Ches- a-peake Bay,

Set-tle down close

G7

to spoon.

cy'fore the

'Cause we can't swim,

Nan-

If we're late we'll

ring- in'

place

love- ly

'n let us catch that boat,

there's a

36

Ev- 'ry-thing is

Come on

G7

Cap-

cy put your best dress on,

steam- boat's gone.

12

sil-

v'ry

All

a- board for

No Repeat 1st time

Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay


Eb TREBLE

45 C C

'Round the bend

49 G7

Head- in'

53

57

we

65

Old

Dom-

Head-

in'

69


D7

73 A7

Queen of

it

look

think

see

G7

if

we

hur-

ry,

pad- dles

the

to

this

pier.

in-

ion

Line.

pret- ty

as

she

turn- in',

D7

hugs the

ti-

Hear

my heart

a'

a- peake Bay!

It's

the

more.


G7

shore,

Ches-

fear,

Bal-

And

G7

Nev- er

Dear,

steam- er,

for

hear the

Say, don't she

E7

D7

61 D
G7

here,

can make

G7

Just

yearn- in', She's the

Solos on Verse

San

Eb TREBLE



Bass Intro

5 A

F7

King
One

San
day

13

Senqueen

ecame

the
in

shore
sad

may,
shore,

B B

17

Sing
Told

F7

21

To
On

25

way.
dore.

ing
him

BuOn

lathe

sad

re-

frain

she'd

no

more

This
Then

his
ly

gal
home,

G7

F7

F7

F7

of
the

on
San

Sat
Saw

McPhail/Michels - 1920

dear
her

queen
San

at
ness

Buon

lathe

F7

may,
shore.

roam.

who'd gone
she would

F7

was
came

his
his

lay:
lore:

G7

F7

aa

A7

San
Eb TREBLE

D
C

29

B7

D

D

37

E7

41

B
Have

you

come

back

to

B7

You

said

you

Why
I

did
knew

me,

you
you'd

act
come

this
some

What

you

have

E7

loved

ev-

D7

er

been

un-

be

the

my heart aches,
now you're mine

If you don't come


And you're for - giv

But
But

dear,
dear,

A7
back
en

Lo

G7

na,

A7

B7

if
you
But
I knew you

me
me,

loved
loved

way?day.

B7

dar- ling

A7

done would

way?
stay?

had

D7

My

B7

If

57

a-

A7

gone

E7

you

na,

have

D D

53

Lo-

Why

45

49

Oh, sweet-heart

33

to

And
For

it
all

will
the

G7

B7

to

home a - gain
by your lov

you

thing

true

B7

to
ing

do.

B7

break
time

San.
San.

dear,
dear.

A7

Second Hand Rose


Eb TREBLE

James F. Hanley & Grant Clarke - 1921

E7
A7

D
A7 D
A7


Fath-er has a bus-'ness, Strict- ly sec-ond hand,

Ev- 'ry- thing from tooth- picks,

To a ba-by grand.

A7
D
A7
E7
F
B7
E
A

E - ven things I'm wear- ing, Some-one wore be- fore.

Stuff in our a- part- ment,came from fath-er's store,

B7

It's no won-der that I feel a- bused,

13

A D D A7

E7

hats,

Sec-

ond

hand

clothes,

Sec-

ond

hand

shoes,

Sec-

ond

hand

hose,

That's

why

they

call

me

All

the

girls

hand

me

nev-er- have a thing that ain't been used:

hand

A&7

ond

A7

Sectheir


ond

sec - ond

D E7

Hand

Rose.

hand beauxs.

A7

ven

our

pi-

an-

in

the

par-

lor,

ven

my

pa-

ja-

mas

when

don

'em,

cents

Fath-

er

bought

for

ten

Have

some-

bod-

else's

A7

A&7

I'm wear-ing

25

A7

Sec-

17

21

E7

on

the

dol-

lar.

'ni-

tials

on

'em.

Second Hand Rose

Eb TREBLE

29 B

D D A7

Sec-

ond

hand pearls,

I'm

wear-

ing

sec-

ond

hand

curls,

Sec-

ond

hand

rings,

I'm

sick

of

sec-

ond

hand things

D7

33

D&7

nev-

er

get

sin-

gle

thing

that's

new.

nev-

er

get

what

oth-

er

girl-

ies

do.

37

E
A
ven

Jake

Once while stroll-

41

the

plumb-

er,

he's

the

man

a-

dore,

He

ing

thru

the

Ritz

girl

got

my

goat,

She

E7

he's

mar-

ried

be-

fore!

my

old

fur

coat!"

the

nerve

to

tell

me

nudged her

friend

and

said

"Oh

D A7

had

D&

E
A

45

E7

been

look! There's

E7

A&7

Ev-

'ry-

one

knows,

that

I'm

just

Sec-

ond

Hand

Rose,

From

Ev-

'ry-

one

knows,

that

I'm

just

Sec-

ond

Hand

Rose,

From

49 E7

A7

Sec-

ond

Av-

e-

nue.

Sec-

ond

Av-

e-

nue.

A7

I'm

wear-

ing

Shake It & Break It

Eb TREBLE

Artie Matthews - 1915

A D

D7 Clarinet Break: 2 bars

A7

BD

13

A7

G7

A7

17

21

25

D D7 G G

D7

D7

Break: 2 bars

G7

29

A7

33

D D7G G D

D7

Shake It & Break It


Eb TREBLE

Play "D" AS AWritten - Repeat for Solos


37
DG
D7

41

45

49

G
D7

G D7 G
E7

After Last Solo


play "D" once as written then go on

G D7 G

53 E

Break: 2 bars

G7

57

A7

61

D D7 G G D

Fine

Eb TREBLE

Singin' The Blues

Con Conrod 1920

q = 120

Cmaj7


A Dm7

Em

D7

21 C Dm7

27

32

Dm

G7

G7

17

G7

E7

13

Dm

Am7

A7

D7

G7

G7
C


2 - Bar Break

Cdim

A7

Dm7 Adim

Ebdim

A7

D7

G7

Eb TREBLE

1 1

Sensation

q = 180

Em

Am

D7

E7

1917

1.

A7

2.

D7



11

B C

Am

A7

D7

G7

G7

D7

Dm7

G7

16

A7

D7
G7
C7
C

21

27 C

Bb

F Bb

G7

C7
F

C7
F

33

38

G7

Ddim

Bb

Bb

F Bb

Bb

C7

1.

G7

F C7

2.

C7

Back to B

Eb TREBLE

The Sheik of Araby

q = 180

Gm

Eb7

Gm

Rides

the

Cm

His

17

Fol -

Gm

Un

21

He

of

the

sings

to

Gm

band

At

his

Am7

Am7

Gm

Am7

Cm

by

Cm

Gm

Ar - a

Gm

free

love's

and

Am7

Cm

low his

der

D7

Sheik

A7

bold


Eb7

wild

Gm

des - ert

ar - ab

D7

13

the

Eb7

ver

A7

com - mand

car - a - van.

A7

D7

A7

shad - ow

Gm

of

the

call

her

to

his

Am7

Gm

Am7

palms,

D7

arms.

D7


I'm the

The Sheik of Araby


Eb TREBLE

A G

25

33

37

41

45

49

53

D7


love

of

to

your

night

D7

stars

that

D&

bove

B&

our

way

to

love

A7

this

land

with

D7

Sheik

of

Ar

D7

Em

A7

Am

B7

by

B&

D7

D7

B7

A7

me

At

The

In -

Am

light

D7

sleep

rule

creep

Your

Am

D7

D7

me

shine

Gdim

Am

by

I'll

D7

D7

tent

to

Bbdim

Am

when you're


D7

Ar

be - longs

Bm

Am

Gdim

Sheik

29

will

you'll

the

D7

Skeleton Jangle
Eb TREBLE q = 182

Bass

Nick LaRocca - 1918

A F

C7

C7

C7

C7

C7

D7

Gm

C7

14

G7

21 B

A7

C7

30

A7

G7

D7

C7

33

Bb D7
Gm

26

C7

F7

17

G7

C7


G7


A7


D7


BReak

C7

Skeleton Jangle

Eb TREBLE

C A7

37

G7

41

A7

45

A7

53

G7

61

A7

65

G7

C7

Unison for 2 bars

D7

Unison 2 Bars

D7

C7
F

57

C7

G7

49

D7


C7/G

D7

C7
F

C7



F C7 F

Eb TREBLE

Sobbin' Blues

Kassel and Berton - 1922

q = 164

D
A+
D
A+
D
A+
D
A+


5

mf

pp

mf

D7

mf

13

Gm

E7

A7

Rhythm sec. plays straight 8ths as written, horns harmonize meoldy - 8 bars

21
A7
BD

26

31

A7

E7

A7

Swing

G7F7F7

G7

D Am6 B7

17

pp

D7

Sobbin' Blues
Eb TREBLE

Rhythm sec. plays straight 8ths as written, horns harmonize meoldy - 8 bars

37
D
A7

42


Swing

47

A7

G7 F7 F7 E7

A7

D7

Repeat only for Solos

D
A+
D
A+
D
A+
D
A+

53

mf

pp

mf

G7

pp

A7

57

G7
D
A7
D
G7
D

62

G7

67

G7

70

A7

Solos on "B" & "C" Section:


After last solo play to bottom.

Some of These Days


Eb TREBLE
q = 180

E7

E7

Some of these days

your gon - na

Am

E7

11

D7

so lone

you'll miss me

hon

17

C7

just for me

23

D7

ey

on

me

hon

And when

you

leave

me

hon

Fdim

Some of these days

hug - gin'

G7

E7

A7

you'll

miss your

way.

You'll be so

lone

ly

Dm

in'

C7

A7

ey

you al - ways got your way,

ba - by

kiss

know you'll

A7

you know

my

G7

grieve

me

D7
G7

27

D7

you'll miss

A7

cuz you know

ey.

ly,

Dm

my

when you're a

Dm

you'll miss

D7

miss

ly,

Am


you'll feel

Am

oh

some

of these days.

Eb TREBLE
1

Some Sweet Day

Tony Jackson - Ed Rose - Abe Olman - 1917

q = 146

- though it's

Am

not the


win - ter

E/B

sum- mer's near

17

B7

long

B A

for

21

cold

25

29

33

E7

friends

E7

dis - ap -

me

some

- day,

But

A7

wind does

blow

soon will

melt

turn a

A7

For

- ev - er

mine

Fm
ev

- en

I'll

be

B7/F

with its

ice

way.

by

side,

But when

my

Some Sweet Day.

way.

B7

E7/B

Then your

And when your

B7

E7

(Yes, Some Sweet

heart

Now's your

say.

E7

felt.

A A7 A

'Cause when the

snow,

I have

what I

You're goin' to

B7/F

E7


row

In

and its

sor

far

E&

say good bye.

A7/G

E7

It's

E7
E&

B7

B7

- day.

Don't

A7/G

for each

B7

Bm

time will prove

way,

I'll have

kind,

pear,

to

has been in pain this

heart

E7

good and

me

C7

you

E7 E&
A
A E7

Fm

E/B

Bm

You're leav - ing

A#

sing

C7

E7/B

you're

Am

birds don't

my poor

time

the

time

A#

first

A/C

13

spring

E7/B

Al

A/C

Day.)

time,

Someday Sweetheart

Eb TREBLE

Spike Brothers & Carter - 1919

A
D B7
D



You told me that you loved me true,

B7
E

broke your vow

A7

be- lieved

When you'refar

itseems I'm al- ways blue.


a- way.

D6

in you.

E7
E

and now some-how-

and

You

Butthere'll come a day

You'll sit


a- lone

C7
F
E7
A7

13

and cry

for me you'll sigh

and thedaysthathave gone by.

Some-day Sweet-

Someday Sweetheart
Eb TREBLE

17

A&7

heart,

E7

A7

done

25

A&7

C7

things you

did

C D9

that

now,

E9

37

sor-

my

poor

heart.

vows you've

made

us

drift

and

can't

see

A&7

sow

45

reap will make you

so

shall

you

A7

for

A7/E

You

may

what you've

A7

part,

G6

how,

the

A7

you.

C7 C7 B7

G7

weep some - day, sweet - heart.

You're hap-

reap,

re-

The

a-

ken,

ry

bro-

will ev- er come to

41

blues

E7

to

C7 C7 B7
D

33

be

the

29

may

gret

you

21

dear,

py


wear-

But

as

and

what

A7

you

you

Some - day Sweet -

Somebody Stole My Gal


Eb TREBLE

AC

G7Bass Pickups

A7

13

D7


B C

17

21

G7

25

29

33

37

Some-

Some-

bod-

stole

bod-

stole

Some-

bod-

came

She

did-

n't

ev-

en,

Iove

F7

He's

get-

tin'

now

know

that

me,

if

bro-

ken

D7
Some

heart-

bod-

G7
stole

she

could

A/E

ed,

my

her

a-

she

way.

was

G7/D

leav-

in'.

G7

so,

E7

say

C7 B7 B7

2 bar
break

G7

ses

pal.

took

kis-

and

D7

The

gal.

G7

my

my

G7/D

G&7

Gee!

Leo Wood - 1918

know.

C7

she,

would

see,

D7

gal!

lone-

F7

G7
But

come

her

some

pal.

to

Eb TREBLE

St. James Infirmary


Bmi

G7

B7

My

ba - by went and

Bmi

G7

F7

feel so blue and heart

Emi

My

Bmi

go,

let her

Bmi

F7

go

out

for?

F7

more.

G7
F7

Bmi

Bmi

My

ba

- by there she lay,


by's
chan ces" - I asked old Doc - torSharp,
God
bless her - Wher ev - er she may be.
- firm -'ry

Bmi

D7

G7

ta

F7

- wide - world o - ver

But she'll ne

I went


La

- id

She can

Bmi

- ble - Well, I looked and I turned


"Boy, by six o' clock this eve' - nin, - She'll be play - in' her gol
hunt this

- ing

Ne - ver to come back no

me

on a cold mar - ble

liv

left

21

while.

Bmi

What am

G7 F7

G7

F7

ba

long

smile?

F7

She'll be gone a long

Bmi

- er

- bro - ken

down to the Saint James In


"What is my

ev

ba - by went and

Bmi

Emi Bmi

17

me,

G7

Bmi F7

G7 F7

When will

left

13

moan - in'?

Emi

Bmi

ev - er stop

Emi

Bmi F7

When will

F7

- ver find

a - way.

den harp. Let her

a man like me.

Eb TREBLE

Stock Yard Strut

q = 195

A F

F G7
G7
C7

C7

F7

E7

C7

11

C7

15

G7

F7

C7

19

G7

C7
C7
C7
C7



24

C7

C7

C7

C7

29

F Break

F
F
F
F

34

39

F7

F7

Bb

Bb

Bdim

Stock Yard Strut


Eb TREBLE

44

Bdim

G7
C7

D7

F
F

49

55

Dm

C7 C7
C7


F Fdim C7

C7
C7
F
C7

61

C7

66

71

F7

F F
F
F

F7

Bdim

76

G7

79

Bb

Bb

Bdim





D7

C7

C7

Stock Yard Strut


Eb TREBLE

83

Dm

F Fdim


C7

89


C7

94

99

D F

F7

C7

C7


C7

F7


C7

C7

Bb

C7

Bb


Bdim

103

F
D7
G7
C7


108

Bdim

F7 Fdim
F7 Fdim Bbm7
F
Bbm7 F

113

St. Louis Blues


Eb TREBLE

W.C. Handy 1914

q = 100

B7
F7 F7b5 B7

St. Lou - is Wo - man

B7
Em D

hair.

the eve - nin' sun


like I
feel

26

he done
make my

B E

B7

left
get

go
to

this
a

Bb7

can

O - h,

I hate to
see
feel to - mor - row,

B7


- 'cause

my
I'll pack my

ba - by
trunk

Feel
Got
the

E A E A E A E7

- where.

town.
way.

A7
Fm

be.

That man got a heart like a

Fm

A7
E A E A E A E7
B7

rock

cast

in

the sea,

B7

Or

38

no

B7

down.
day.

E7

Be

down.
day.

St. Lou - is Blues, just as blue as

34

and for store bought

would not have gone no - where,

the eve - nin' sun go


like
I feel to

Em F7

- round,

Am Em

Ex -cept for pow - der

I hate to see,
to
mor - row

29

You know the man I love,

A E7

C7

strings.

17

22

B7
Em
B7

B7

11

Pulls that man a

There with her dia - mond rings,

by her a - pron

Am C7

Am

Em
B7

1.

so

far

from

me.

else

2.
E

Got the

me.

he

wouldn't have gone

Strut Miss Lizzie


Turner Layton & Henry Creamer - 1921

Eb TREBLE

A Em

B7

Em

D7

B7

Am

A7

Em

C7

Em

D+

G7

Won't you

B C

Cm

strut Miss Liz - zie

A7

Get

bu - sy

I want to see you

folks all state

the way you syn - co- pate

Is the whole town

C
Cm
G
B7

It'sa pi - ty,

Em

Am

meet

like

the

way

22

26

A7

D7

Strut Miss Liz- zie

Em

The oth - er girl - ies

B7

Em

you shake your

G7

feet,

D7

Cm

Brown.( I'll bet you've got the cut - est

G7

When you

Em

frown.

B7

But the men

you

Oh, you knock 'em

diz - zy,

for the

talk.

17

move so pret - ty,

walk,

D7

13

E7

Vocal to "C"

lit - tle strut in town!) Go

Strut Miss Lizzie


Eb TREBLE

down the

33

Strut your

37

street,

school,

G
A7
D7

By the

stuff,

G
G

Thru the

41

29 C

al - ley,

G7/F

Pat your feet you

use your

"Kerch",

E7

Trot your toot - sies

step - pin' fool.

A7 D7

by the

church.

G
G
G
A7
D7

Dodge the

C/E

cans,

Eb7

Cool your dogs we're com - in'

thru,

Get

Shake Miss Sal - ly's

set for len - ox

pots and

pans.

D7 G G7

A7

Av - en - ue.

Won't you

Back to "B: for Solos

Eb TREBLE

The Storyville Blues


q = 132

F
A

C7

C7

16

21

F7
Bb

Bb
D7

F F7

F F7 Bb Bbm F

Trad.

F7 Bb
F C7
F

G7

11

G7

C7

Bb
Bbm
F
C7 F

C7
F F7 Bb Bbm F C7

27

G7

33

37

C7

F7 Bb Bm
F
F

CF

Drum Roll - Piano Roll - Sustained Bass

F F7 Bb Bbm F

51

F F7 Bb Bbm F

Time

45

F7

Bb

F
Bbm

Back to "B" for Solos

Tag

C7

D7 G7
C7

C7
F

C7

F F7 Bb Bbm F
F Bb

rit.

11

Stumbling

Eb TREBLE

Zez Confrey - 1922

E E7 C7

Stum- bling all a- round, Stum- bling all a- round, Stum- bling all a- round

so

F7

fun-

ny,

Stumb- ling here and there, Stum- bling ev- 'ry- where, And I must de-

B7

on her

toes,

when I

bumped my

And when she

F7

13

rose,

A E

17

a-

felt

That's the la- test step, That's the

B7

A6

And

E E7

bling,

all the pep, No- tice all the

tho'

you are

shamed.

F7

No- tice all the pep, No- tice

la- test step, That's the la- test step,

fell

told

C7

My

hon-

pep.

her:

ey,

She said: Stop mum-

stum-

bling,

F7 B7 E

lit- tle bit, just a

and

like

29

just a

I stepped right

nose,

21

25

clare:

lit- tle bit, quite a

lit- tle

bit.

it

Suez

Eb TREBLE

Ferdie Grofe/Peter DeRose - 1922

B7
E B7

Rhythm Vamp 4 bars


E

B7

13

B7

17

B7

21

B7

25

B7

29

B7

33

B7

B7

9 A

Rhythm Vamp

B7

Rhythm Vamp:

Suez

Eb TREBLE

37

Solos Here
G

41

45

G7

49

53

A7

B7

A7
E7

D7

A7

E7

D7

D7

E7

F&

A7

D7

F&

61

67

E7

D G7

57

B7

F&

Swanee

Eb TREBLE

D&

Swan

- ee

A7

folks

in

D&
G

19

see me no

Trio:

more,

Swan -ee,

Swan -ee,

A7

Swan

45

Swan - ee.

A7

- my's

The folks up north

When I get to that Swan - ee

G7 A7

A7

40

a mong
the

Mam

the

Swan

- ee,

- ee,

E7

A7

love

the

old

folks

at

home.

B7 A7

shore.

I am com ing back

will

33

by

A7

old

- e -ven know my

dear

be

E7 A7

Wait- in' for me Pray - in' for me Down

A7

My

A7

A7

to

-i -x -i

E7

A9

I'd give the world

13

26

How I love you How I love you

Swan - ee.

Gorge Gershwin - 1919

to

D
Swan - ee.

Taint Nothin Else But Jazz

Eb TREBLE
A

C F7

I'm blue,

C F7

'Cause they're gon-

G7

it's wrong

to con-demn

a song. Jazz has sim-ply got to

B C

High-brow mu- sic real- ly

21

D7

C
In

so-

G&7

lit- tle bit

C/E

of wob- blin',

jazz,

G7/D
D7

Ev-'ry lit- tle move-ment

G&7

Lit- tle bit

of tod- dlin'.

Babe!

D7

G7

'Tain't noth- in'else but

an- y

jazz.

Babe!


has

just a

Waltz-in'- round is might-y

time?

jazz,

G&7

D C/E
C
A7

A7

Now!

op-'ra house it can't be beat.

'Tain't noth- in' else but

Gli-din' sure-ly is de- vine. Still what makes you shiv-er

an

C7

stay,

In

ci- e- ty of style and grace,

32

treat,

25

But what makes you wan- na shake yo' feet?

C/G

28

is

say:

B7 G7 G&7

13

G7

jazz a- way.

Just to pay at- ten-tion to me while I

I'm ask-ing you please,

17

na take

D7
G
C C G

On my knees,

Can't you see

F7 A7 D7 G&7

Maceo Pinkard - 1921

Thru and thru,

E7

D7

fine,

G7

'Tain't noth- in'else but

Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do

Eb TREBLE

Porter Grainger & Everett Robbins - 1922

A G

There

ain't

noth-

in'

Aft-

er

all,

the

E7

21

can

way

to

That

folks

don't

crit-

Re-

gard-

less

of

do,

nor

noth-

in'

can

say,

do

is

do

just

as

you

please,

E7

E7

E7

cize

me

their

talk-

in'.

E7

want

to

an-

y-

way,

will

get

down

on

their

knees,

But

I'm

gon-

na'

do

just

as

Of-

ten

times

the

ones

that

talk

And

don't

care

if

they

all

And

beg

your

par-

don

for

B G G

B7

If

should

take

If

dis-

like

'Tain't

No-

bod- y's

no- tion

Biz- ness

E7

D7

de-

spise

me.

their

squawk-

in'.

G7

my lov -er

D7

B7

B7

A7

13

17

B7

D&7

To

jump

in

And

leave

him

B7

If

Do.

E7

to

the

o- cean,

for an -oth-

er,

D&7

Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do

Eb TREBLE

25

33

37

I go

Tain't

B7

Rath- er
If

29

than

per-

to

church

no

on

G7

me,

Sun -day,

if

B7

would

shoot

me,

Then

cab-

a-

ret

on

Mon-

day,

should

get

the

feel- in'

To

If

my friend

ain't

got

no

mon- ey

And

'Tain't

No-

bod -y's

A7

Biz- ness

If

dance

up-

on

say

"Take

B7

do.

D&7

G/B

G7

If

you

D7

that

choose

biz - ness

D&7

bod - y's

se- cute

D7

E7

the
all

ceil-

mine, Hon

in',
-ey",

D&7

A7

If

Do.

If

41 G

45

let

give

'Tain't

No-

B7

my

best

com-

pan- ion

Drive

me

right

in- to

him

my

last

nick- el

And

it

leaves

me

bod -y's

G7

D7

Biz- ness

D&7

If

G
Do.

in

A7

the can -yon,


a

pick

D&7

-le,

Take Me To the Land of Jazz


Eb TREBLE

Bert Kalmer, Edgar Leslie, Pete Wendling - 1919

A7
D7
G


There's mu- sic

A7

in'

A7

ev-'ry

13

long

in the breeze,

E7

and

groan-

moan-

A7

D7

to

hear it,

A7

and

it's the

E7

E7(b5)

tune- ful

You hear

D7

har- mo- nies.

A7 D7 G

ca- bar- et,

and trom-bones grow on trees.

in'

D7

must be

near it,

on- ly

thing they play!

A7

E7(b5)
D7

andthat's why

I say:

In


Well, I

Take Me To the Land of Jazz

Eb TREBLE

Chorus:
G

17

21

Take me to the

land of jazz,

Play the kind-a' blues like

Mem- phis has,

Take me to the

land of Jazz,

Let me hear the music New

Or- leans has,

D7

wan' na step,

like it

hot,

to

up

tune that's full

of

and you know that'swhat that

Pickin''em

A7 D7

A7

25

A7

and

layin''em down,

Come and take the

lat- est dare,

gen -u- ine pep!


ci-

ty's got!

B7

Teach them how all


Learn

to

do

o- ver town,

the "Griz-zly- Bear".

A7
D7

29

E7

I'll give you fair warn- in',

I won't be home-

love that syn- co- pa- tion,

33

dan - cin' 'til

the

run - nin' wild and

At my des-

D7

'til morntin-

a-

In the lov - in'land of jazz.

livin' it

In the lov - in'land of jazz.

I'll be

tion!

sun comes up,


up,

in'.

Just

That Dixie Jazz


Eb TREBLE
James P. Maguire & Warren DeWitt - 1919

A C

G7

Have you heard the la-test strain?

5 G7

rag-gy new mel-

o- dy,

So full of har-

Oh,

a brand new South-ern drag,

G&

babe,

It will

in your brain.

lin-ger

G7

For it's a

A7
D7
G7

G7

13 G7

It's

A7

What do you say?

mo- ny, You'll want to hear

it a-

G7

It's a

dan- dy

Dix-

gain.

ie

rag.

D7
G7

Come let us hear

the band

play.

That Dixie Jazz

Eb TREBLE

17

B C

That

21 D7

Dix- ie

That

Dix- ie

G7
C

A7

From left to

right,

Hold

to me

tight.

29 D7

want to do the shuf-fle and the tick-le

33 C C7

ten can't you hear that man just

37 D7

41

45 D7

E7

Oh, Hon- ey! Come,

It makes me

G7

let's

go!


from his trom- bone.

G7

ten to that syn- co- pa- tion

That

Dix- ie

coax a

It's the

jazz!

That

G7

My how I love to hear that dear old Dix-

best

A7

ie

ing.

moan

Lis-

toe.

Lis-

jazz!

Oh, just see'em sway-ing when they're play-

D7

jazz!

My how I loveto hear that Dix-ie jazz!

25

A7

I've ev- er known.

Dix- ie

jazz!

G7

jazz.

That Dix- ie Jazz!

That's A Plenty

Eb TREBLE

Bmi

F7

Bmi

F7

13

A A7

17

21

A7

26

A7

30

B7

Bmi

F7




Bmi

Lew Pollack / Ray Gilbert 1914

D#

D 2 bar break

A7

D7

E7

A7

F7

That's A Plenty
Eb TREBLE

F7

Bmi

33

F7

Bmi

38

F7

46

F7

43

bass

Bass

60

E7

70

D7

A7

D7

Trombone, Bass, etc

Bmi

D7

A7

65 D

F7 F7
E7

Ami7
G
D7

Bass

55

F7

F7 F7
E7

49

Bass

Bmi

D7

Cornet, Clarinet, etc.



Segue to Solos:

That's A Plenty
Eb TREBLE

77

F7 F7

Solos - adlib:

A7

D7

81

F7 F7 E7
F

D7
G C7

Continue after last solo

92

Ami
D7
G

A7

86

G D7

E7

FINE

98

105

D7



mp

109

G G

E7

Soft "Shuffle Chorus"

A7

D7

Ami7

After "shuffle chorus" Play "E"


(16 bars) Once as out chorus:

D7

Eb TREBLE

That Da Da Strain

q = 152

Smith and Medina - 1922

B7

A Em

B7

Em

D
A7
D7

13

B G

17

21

25

A7

E7

A7

B7

D7

29

B7

Am7
D7

E7

D


C7

Solos on "B"

Eb TREBLE

Tiger Rag
G

10

22


CC

30

A7

G7
G

2.

A7

D7


D7

G7

37

26

33

D7

A7

14

18

B
A7 Cues are Trombone/Tuba D

1.

The Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 1917

D7

Solo Break

G7

Solo Break

Solo Break

Tiger Rag
Eb TREBLE

42

46

A7

50 E

G7 C

C7

54

C7

58

C7

C7

62

C7

66

77

D7

G7

Solo Break

F F7 B

F F

73

Solos at "E"

C7

There'll Be Some Changes Made


Eb TREBLE

Higgins/Overstreet - 1921

E7

Forthere's a

13

A7

so

walk

A7

21

25

29

will

be

in

the weath- er there's a

on there'll be

my

talk

D7

me

is

change

E7

be

in

me,

name,

same,

change my

way

of

liv-

in',

way

that

strut

my

stuff,

you

when you're

A7

Then I'll change the

B7

no-

A7

A7

bod-

wants

There'll

if

that

ain't

e-

nough,

E7

old

and

gray,

D7

Be

Some

Chan-

ges

Made

to-

day,

D7

There'll Be

Some

Chan-

ges

Made.

C7

I'm goin' to

My

and my

the

sea,

the

in

goin' to

change

dif- 'rent,

a- bout

BE7


33

Noth- in'

17

change

from now

B7

'cause

E7

G7

F7

F7

'Til we Meet Again


Eb TREBLE

C7

you

kiss

Smile

the

while

by

I'll come


to

you.

Then

the

skies

C7

land

my

dear

seem

more

blue,

down

in

lov

Wed

23

F
be

ding

bells

C7

will

ring

-o -

D7

G7

me,

'Til

ers

C7

so mer - ri

Ev

F7

a mem

the clouds

Bb

When

ry.

we

ly,

Bb

So

wait

and

pray

C7

meet

gain.

G7

F7

D7

17 B

me sad a - dieu

C7

11

28

will

C+7

'ry

tear

each

roll

Bbm

Bbm

1918

ie

will

night

for

Tishomingo Blues

Eb TREBLE
q = 132

C7

G7

C7

Oh Mis - si - sip - pi,


To night I'm Pray - in'

Oh Mis - si - sip - pi,


To night I'm say- in'

Bb
Bbm

C7

13

I want to be where,
To Tish - o min - go

Down where the South- ern


Where South- ern folks are

C7

way down old Dix - ie

G7

moon swings low, That'swhere I want to


al - ways gay, That's why you hear me

F
F F7 Bb

22

be cause I'm sad to

way.

the win - try winds don't blow.


way down old Dix - ie
way,

17 B

goin'to Tish - o min - go

My heart cries out for


Oh Lord please bless the

you in sad ness


train that takes me,

F7

C7

Spencer Williams - 1917

F7

go.
say,

I'm
I'm



Bb7

- day.

C7

I wish to lin - ger,

C7

Oh my wea - ry heart cries

Tishomingo Blues
Eb TREBLE

26

out in

pain,

G7

Oh

in

place,

30

how I wish that I

They get you dip- py,

ta

Dm

tion,

just can't re

C7

wish to

lin - ger,

C7

G7

time.

Way

F7

trees.

A7

with their stange mel - o

46

A mong the cy press

race,

C7

Bb

G7

Bb

down in Mis - si - sip - pi,

A7

with a

gain,

where they make you wel come all the

F F7

42

back a -

Opt. Break on Solos


C7

33 C

37

was

F C7

fuse

To re - sist

temp

- dies.

In Tish - o - min - go

C7

Where they play the wea - ry

blues.

Toot, Toot, Tootsie


A C

Eb TREBLE

Toot, Toot,

G7


12

Toot, Toot,

Toot - sie

Watch

for

the

D7

you

mail,

you

don't

let-


G7

Tut,

Tut,

Toot,

toot,

then

Toot

sie,

C9

Do it

o- ver

a-

nev-

er

know

Good

it makes me

gain.

fail,

If

in

jail,

G7

cry.

C
-

that

don't

I'm

D7

sie

you

Toot-

sad

I'll

G7

train

G&7

E D7

words can tell how

and then,

ter

Bye!

C C

no


get

D7
G&7

34 C

38

The choo choo

a- way from

D7

Good -

cry,

me,

26 F7

don't

sie,

G7

Kiss me,

sie,

Toot-

Toot-

G7

takes

18 B C

30

D7

Gus Kahn, Ted Fiorito - 1922

bye.

G7

Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old 'Tucky Home


Eb TREBLE

George W. Meyer - 1921

A D

Tuck

A7

cov-

D7

me

to

sleep

in

my

er

me

with

Just

Dix- ie

D7

let

the

sun

kiss

my

kiss-

in'

I've been miss-

E7

21


can

bit of

in'

rest the best

D7

Tuck

me

to

sleep

in

my

lay there stay there

like the

ev- 'ry dawn,

since

A7

from my mam- my since I'm gone.

29

lone.

D/A

cheeks

rest,

al- ways

leave me there a-

25

ain't had

A7

E7
A7

B D7

home,

'Tuck- y

E7

D/A

old

and

skies

13

17


nev- er no more

left my

in

her

lov-

old

'Tuck- y


to roam.

mam- my's nest.

A7
in' arms.

D/A

home,

let me

E7

A7

Eb TREBLE

Under The Bamboo Tree


Bob Cole - 1902

q = 164

A F

Gm

C7

Down in the jun gles lived a

maid,

G7

C7

Dm


Gm

And ev ry morn - ing

he would be

13

a wait- ing there his

you like

21

C7

- a me

I like

- a say,

25

I love

C7

One live

like

I like

as two,

this ve

down un - der neath a

- ry day,

love - a

two live

as one,

bam- boo

we like

I like

if you

a love

un - der

sing:

If

- a both the

- a chnage your

the bam - boo

tree,

C7

and then to her he'd

C7 Bb

you true and

Gm

G7

- a you and

from Ma - ta boo- loo

to see.

- a you and

29

love

up - on a Zu - lu

Dm

A7

17 B F

C7

shade.

a marked im- pres sion once she made ,

C7 Bb

of roy - al blood thoughdusk - y

A7

Gm

same,

C7


name.

'Cause

me,

tree.

Eb TREBLE

Walkin' the Dog

q = 164

Shelton Brooks - 1917

D7

Now lis - ten hon - ey 'bout a


new dance
You all were craz - y 'bout the "Bunn - ny

days,
bug!"

craze,
Hug",

D D#

A7

It's these, It's


a
bear!,
But now,
and some- how,

Been 'rig - i - na - ted for


Most ev - 'ry bod - y was

And it's a new step


The fun - ny Dog walk

D7

In
In

ev - 'ry cab - a - ret and danc - ing


ev - 'ry pri- vate home this dance is

You see them do - ing it, yes,


I called a friend of mine up

hall,
known.

D7
D7
B7

17 A

all,
phone,

E7

If you'll just give me


a chance,
Hear - ing
on his Gram - o- phone:

Get 'way


Grab your

gal,

Do that

29


slow,

step,

G7

the "Tex - as Tom -

C C

that will

G
D7

show,

the

Get o- ver Sal - ly,

Do that

my",

Drop!

I'll
in - tro- duce this dance:
This "Dog - gone" rag - gy
tone:

one and

all,

A7

and don't you lin - ger

25

D7

21

D7


A7

and snap your fin- gers,

back,

12

one and
on the

a fun - ny two step.


is all the town talk.

a
a

D7

D7
D# A7

bout ten
"Tan - go

slow

drag 'round the

hall.

D7

Like you're sit ting on a log, Rise

D7

dance called "Walk

in' the

Dog".

Eb TREBLE

Wabash Blues
q = 120

Near - ly

10

13

A7

Wa

23

bro - ken heart - ed since the

D7

bash

home,

Now ev
Solos at B

G7

Oh,

dues.

- 'ry

day I'm so lone

to

roam,

G7

those Wa bash

Blues

lone

My old home- stead

D#7

as

sweet as could be,

D7

mis

C Em F F

D#dim C7

some it's

from my

- di - an - na's sweet and it's

girl was

once start - ed

B7

D7

had

G7

G7

now can see,

day that

G7

In

place that'shard to beat but then I longed

G
A7

Em

17 B

Em

some soul am

er

G7

know

I,

y.

G7

G7

got my

Wabash Blues

Eb TREBLE

G7

29

G7

feel

G7

33

Can

G7

37

me

in my

the

syc

'Xpect

to

see

D#

D#dim C7

those Wa bash

the

moon - shine

light

on

the

Wa

- 'ry brings the scent of new- mown


Seems that such
a
pic - ture's bound to

53

Ma

55

am

- king

I'll

be

But

un

start
up

leav

- til

- ing
my

- ing
that

Blues.

D#

is

- dle

my walk - in'

Em

can

pack

lose

shin

- ing bright,
an - y
night,

- bash

Bb7

hay

to

me

each night,

A7

me

to

the

right,

when,

turn

for

that

spot

no

need

to

ask

me

mind

to

see

that

home

so

far

G7

G7

Mem

A7

I'll

gleams.

Bb7

C Em

G7

dreams,

- a - more
the

G7

die.

light that

To

Thru

51

could

G7

shoes

49

that

dle

G7

Haunts

43

G7

G7

G7

hoof prints t'ward the


hap - pens here's the

old

home road

best that

- way,

- gain.

can

say:

Back to B

Waitin' For The Robert E Lee


Lewis F. Muir & L. Wolfe Gilbert - 1912

Eb TREBLE

A A


Way

down

on

The

whis- tles

Dad-

dy

ropes they

the

lev-

are

blow-

and

Mam-

are

throw-

ee

in

in',

the

A&

C7

old

Al-

a-

bam-

smoke-stacks are show-

and

Eph- riam

and

Sam-

in',

ex-

cuse

I'm

go-

me,

y,

There's

in',

The

my,

A7

my,

On

in'

to

the

moon

light

night

you

can

find

them

all,

place

where

all

is

har-

mo-

ni-

ous,

B7

13

While they
Even

are waitthe preach-

B
A

17

ev-

25

keep

play-

er

go

ship

dog-

gone,

B7

car-

ry

the

good

old

banis

cotRob-

E7

arc
the

syndance-

copatin'.
ing teach- er.

A7

What's that they're sayWere you


a- round

hum-

min'

and

sway-

al-

ways

be

found

you'll

Rob-

ert

Here

comes

ton

a-

way.

ert

E.

Lee.

my

ba-

If


in',

U's

the

there, Why,

Lee

in'?
there?

in',
there

jos

A&

C7

good

the
He

in'?
there?

you

E7

E&

21

While they

in'
er,

What's that they're sayHave


you
been down

29

E&

that's

come

to

by

on

the

E7/B

A7/C

Waitin' For The Robert E Lee


Eb TREBLE

C
D

33

Watch

A7

37

See

shuf-

them

shuf-

flin'

a-

a-

long.

best

gal

real

pal,

down

to

lev-

the

D D

join

A7

53

Hear

that

ee,

that

great,

said

ic

to

lev-

and

song.

mate,

Wait-

in'

on

the

Rob - ert

E.

Lee.

Go

A7

ee,

And

your

throng.

the

take

A7

for

flin'

mus-

A7

shuf-

Wait - in'

49

A&

Go

long.

61

flin'

45

57

A7

41

them

It's

sim-

the

lev-

ee,

D7

E7

For Repeat:

ply

Eb TREBLE

Way Down Yonder in New Orleans


Henry Creamer & J. Turner Layton - 1922

A D D

Gucss!

Where do you

Guess!

What do you

A7

think I'm go

Guess!

in' when the winds start blow in' strong?

think I'm think in' when you think I'm think in' wrong?

F7
B

Guess!

Where do you think I'm go

in' when the nights start grow in'

What do you think I'm think in' when I'm think

in'

long?

all night long?

D
E7(b5)
A7
D
G

ain't go

in' East,

ain't think in' this,

13

I ain't go

in' West, I ain't go in' o

I ain't think in' that,

ver the cuck oo'snest.

can not be think in' a - bout your hat.

G
B7 B7(b5) E7

bound for the town

that

heart does not start

to

I Iove best,
pit a

pat

Where life
un

less

I'm
My

A7

is

one sweet song;

hear this

song;

Way Down Yonder in New Orleans


Eb TREBLE

B A7

17

A7
E7

Way down you

21

der in

New Or

there'sa gar den of

in the land

E7

A7 E7
A7

soft ly whis - per with

la - dy

There

you bet your life you'll lin - ger

fair,

is

They've got

41

way down

hea
an

yon -

der

in

New

lit - tle while.

B7

with those beau

- gels right here on earth,

lit tle smile.

ven right here on earth,

E7

ten der sighs,

D7

A7

there,

D7

G F7F7

E7
A7(4)

D&7

33

37

mean.

D7
G6

D7(4)

Stop!

scenes,

D&7

29

Oh won't you give your

of dream - y

that's what I

- bies with flash- ing eyes,

Stop!

A&7

den,

25

Cre- ole ba

leans,

A7

D&7

wear - ing

A7

D6

Or

leans.

lit

ti - ful

queens,

- tle blue jeans,

Washington and Lee Swing

Eb TREBLE

T. Allen and M. Sheafe - 1910

AG

10

14

18

22

26

30

q = 240

D7

A7

G7

D7

E7

D7

When The Saints


Eb TREBLE

D7

I am just
Well I pray
Want to join

E7

sin;
win,
band,

When the
When the
When the

A D

saints

Em7

saints
saints
saints

come
come
come

go march- ing

in

10

num

- ber

Gm7


When

y
in
the

in

Oh

lord

the saints

for
that
trum

that
pro
pets

want

to

go

march

A7

- ing

in.

ci - ty,
cess - ion,
blow - ing,

Oh when the

in.
in.
in.

Em7

Bm7

Oh when the saints

ing
ing
ing

D7

march
march
march

A7

A7

read
be
hear

G
dim

Plod - ding thru


this land
of
For thestrength to help me
Want to play in the ang - el

pil - grim
heav - en,
band,

Gett - ing
I want to
Want to

Gdim

12

a wea - ry
each day
to
the heav'nly

A7

go

D D#dim

march

- ing

D7

be

in

that

When Ragtime Rosie Ragged The Rosary


Lewis Muir & Edgar Leslie - 1911

Eb TREBLE

D7

F7

F7

Lee

in

D7

F7

F7

D7

D7

Verse:
5

A G

Par- son

aw-

ful

G7

Ten- nes- see

C
"Folks I'm

in


sor-

ry

but

our

ac- cents loud and clear,

17

21

to stand

gal named Rag- time

par- son seemed de-

sie stood up


light- ed

and

he

to help us


said "Just step this

sat down to

out".

When a

and said that she could play,

D7

con- gre- ga- tion all

Now I'd

G7

25

here.

up and vol- un- teer

Ro-

or- gan man ain't

D7
G

said

13

like some- one

pray,

The

way",

D7

And the


Then

came a

shout!

D&

When

When Ragtime Rosie Ragged The Rosary


Eb TREBLE

C
G

D7 Break for Spoken Vocal

29

Rag- time Ro- sie ragged the Ros- a- ry,

Then he turned a- round on- ly

37

A7

to see:

It was

danc-

53

57

List- nin'

G

want

to

that

you folks

G7

Rag- time

a treat,

to know

Ro-

sie

ragged the

ros-

cin'

to the


no


a-

ry.

he

said

min- strel

C7

D&

D7

Then

D7

pran-

o- dy.

that this ain't

and

Why, he forgot the sermon and began to speak in German

A7

low- down mel-

in'

G7

such

for Spoken Vocal


D7 Break

Rag-time two-step 'til that Par- son Lee,

D7

so sweet,

49

It charmed their feet and set'em

45 D

Break for Spoken Vocal

That instead of prayin' Rosie got the folks to swayin''

G7

To that tune

41

Deacon Alexander Started in to reprimand her

D7

33

show"

"I

When

When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam'


Eb TREBLE

Irving Berlin - 1912

A C G& C

day,

I've had a might- y bu-syThe minute

C
up
kiss

13 D7

I'm goin'to

good meal since the

day

his

my drear-y-

flat,

my

Ma,

the

folks down

o-

ver

Al-

a-

17 G7

Where

home

who

ba-

ma's

new mown

D7

think of

why you'll hear

me

sing-

ing

mer- ri-

e-

to

throw

my-

self

glad

nough

key,

a-

That opened

ev- 'ry

I'm

ma- ny wear- y nights I

I went a- way.

a doz- en times for

Now I'H

face, 'Cause I


The ver- y

way.

ov- er- feed my

G&

Pa and

rust- y

of

place,

key,

G&

I've had to pack mythings a-

give the land-lord back


have - n't had

that I reach the

C
G&

sat,

Think- ing

star,

Shin- ing

That is

me.

I'll

hay.

G7

ly;
way.

goin' to

G7

be

When that

When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam'


Eb TREBLE

B C

21

mid- night choo- choo

25 G7

G7

see

that

dust-

haired con-

by

the col-lar

stop this train,

I'll

re-

45

49 G7

board!

will

be right there with bells,

man,

All a- board!

be right

When

Back home where

my hon-

ey-

lamb

G7

E7


con-

All a- board for

him

That's where you

gain.

When that old

grab

home a-

I'll

I'll

"Al- a- bam! Al- a-bam!"-

Where

duc- tor-

fare.

That's takin' me

main,

And I'll hol - ler,

C C7

A7

bam',

G7

37

my

41

got

Al- a-

I've

leaves for

D7

33

there,

29

G7

Al- a-

am.

duc-tor yells,

C
bam'.

"All a-

G7

When that

When You Wore A Tulip

Eb TREBLE

Percy Wenrich & Jack Mahoney - 1914

A
G

When

13

17

21

25

29

C
I

you wore

tul- ip,

sweet yel-

wore

big

red

When you

ca - ressed me,

bless - ing

B G
B

You made

down where

E7

life

'twas

no

one

and

G7

rose,

then Heav

E7

en blessed me, what

knows.

when

you called

the

blue

grass

grows,

G7

me

dear- ie,

'twas

than

jul-

ep,

when

wore

big

red

A7

Your

lips

were

B7

tul- ip,

cheer- y,

low

D7

sweet- er

D7

A7

G7

you wore

G
rose.

that

tul-

ip

and

When You're A Millioin Miles From Nowhere


Eb TREBLE
Walter Donaldson - 1919

A E7

You're a

A7/E

one

A7

mil-

lion

A7

lit-

tle

mile

miles

from

from

no-

song

of

moth-

er's

tears,

G/D

F/A

ing

in

your

ears.

13

ring-

E7

17

leave

A7

21

leave

25

B7

A7

the

gates

Moth- er's

mil-

lion

D/F

29

one

A7

arms

tle

A7/E

mile

C7

to

from

A7

from

where,

A7

heav-

when you're

E7

D7

of

miles

lit-

home.

E7

D7

en,

It's

the

That

keeps

You

just

When

you

F7 G7 AF7/A

roam.

You're

E7

no- where,

home.

When you're

G7

Eb TREBLE

Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go?

Verse

Thous ands of

on

an

out

B7

Rob - in - son

no

Cru

land

on

rent

to

south - ern

soe land - ed

pay

and

no

on

fine

Fri

wife

shore,

day was

his

day,

to

o -

bey,

A7

on - ly

friend,

bor - row

lit

or

B7

They built a

tle hut,

lend,

livedthere'til

E7

A7

E7

they didn - 't

29

more,

D7

25

A7

A7

His good man

21

may - be

A D

17

or

a - go

E7

13

years

is

Young/Lewis/ Meyer - 1916

B7

Fri -

day, but

A7

Sat - ru - day

night

it

was

shut.

And

1
Where Did Robinson Creusoe Go?
Eb TREBLE

B D

33

Where did

E7

37

A7

41

Rob

Fri - day

on

Sat

E7

in - son


ur

Sat - ru - day night

45

B7

Cru - soe

B7
C

is - land lived wild

E7

53

wherethere are

night?

would start in

to

roam,

men

wild

in

Where

E7

did

Fri - day

on

Rob

Sat

A7

can - ni - bal

in - son

ur - day

home.

On this

trim

min'

and

men,

so

A7

there must be wild

A7

E7
men

E7

Ev - 'ry

57

61

With

Then on Sun - day morn ingthey'dcome stag - ger - ing

49

go

day

they

B7

wom -

Cru - soe

go

With

Solos at "B"

night?

The Whiffenpoof Song


Eb TREBLE

Tod B. Galloway - 1909

A
C

We're poor

lit-tle lambs

5 D7

Baa!

17

Baa!

Doomed

A7

Lord

29

G7

Baa!

way.

G7

We're

G7

gone

a-

stray,

Baa.

- tle-men

our

G7

Baa!

21 G7

who have

Gen

25

lit- tleblacksheep

Baa!

13 D7

G7

Baa!

who have lost

G7

song - sters

G&7

Off

from

here

have

mer-

cy

on

Baa!

to

e-

Baa!

on a spree,

C7

ter-

ni-

ty.

D7
such

as

F6

B7

we,

B7

G7

Whispering

Eb TREBLE

Schonberger - Coburn - V. Rose - 1920

Whis-

per- ing

B7

near

me,

while you

cud- dle

A&7

Whis

- per-

ing

so

no

one

can

hear

me,

G7

to

cheer

me,

D7

Each

lit-

tle

whis- per seems

13

17

21

know it's

whis-

Whis-

25

D7

Whis-

there's no

one

why you'll nev-

G&7

you,

You're

B7

er

leave

me,

A&7

A7

er

grieve

me,

per

and

say

love

you.

ing

Whis- per- ing that

why you'll nev-

dear, but

per-

29 D7

true,

per- ing

G7

A7

G7

that

you

be-

lieve

me,

Eb TREBLE

Wild Cherries Rag

Ted Snyder - 1909

C7
F
C
B
F7
D


A A

E7

F7
A C7
F
C
B
D

E7

13

17

B F7

E7

21

25


F7


F7 B
A


F7 B

D
A
E7

29

A
E7

Wild Cherries Rag


Eb TREBLE

@CD

33

A/C

F7

A7

A7

53

B7

57

A7

D E7

B7(b5)

F7

F7

B7

Bass Solo - Stop Time

A7

A7

B7

F7

D B

61

49

A/C

A7

A7

45

A7

D
A7

37

41

B7

E7

65

E7 A7

Coda D.S Back to "C" al Coda

Eb TREBLE

The World Is Waiting For the Sunrise


Eugene Lockhart & Ernest Seity - 1919

D&

Dear

wait-

the

world

one,

D&

A G

ing

for

the

Ev

'ry

heav-

17 B G

thrush

sleep

29

D&

with

dew.

The

on

high,

B7

mate

is

call-

And

my

C6

D7
-

His

call

is

E7

D&

25

D7

rise,

rose

13 A7

21

sun-

is

B7

ing,

E7

heart

is

ing

you.

The Yama Yama Man


Eb TREBLE

Collin Davis & Karl Hoschna - 1908

F/A
G
G
G/B
D7
D7
G

Ev

'ry

lit tle tot at night is

Great

big

sca ry eyes you see so you cov

F/A

Some

big

But

that

13


Ya-

er up

up your head,


Ya rna man they see,

when

Ya ma man

off

to bed they go.

is there,stand ing right be side your bed!

D7

D7 G G7

ma, Ya-

ma, the

Ya- ma man,

C
G

C

If

a fraid of the dark, you know.

D
A7
D7

G/B

you don't

Ter- ri-ble eyes

A7

a doubt, If

he

E7

watch out he'll get you with-out-

and a long bo- ney hand.

D7

can!

G D7 D7 G G7

17

May-be- he's hid-

in' be- hind the chair,

Read-y- to spring

G E7 A7

21

Run to your Ma-

ma cuz' herecomes the Ya-

ma

Ya-

out at you un- a- ware!

D7

ma

man!

D7

Eb TREBLE

Yellow Dog Blues


W.C Handy 1914

AA

E'er since Miss Su - san John son lost her Jock ey Lee, There has beenmuch ex - cite ment,
Yel - low Dog
Dis- trict like a book, In - deed I know the route that

A7

more to be;
Ri - der took.

D7

You can hear her moan - ing night and


Ev - 'ry cross- tie
ba - you, burg and

E7

Won - der where


Way down where

my
the

13

Ca - ble grams come of


Mon - ey don't 'xact - ly

17

D7

Ea - sy Ri South- ern cross

E7

Has
Down

e - ven a
where the

sym - pa - thy
grow on trees, On

D7

Let - ters come from down in "Bam"


racce horse, race track no grand stand

21

D7

And
Is

der's
the

morn.
bog.

E7

gone?
Dog.

A7

Te - le grams go of
in- qui - ry
cot ton stalks it growns with ease,

No

ev - 'ry where that Un - cle Sam


like Old Back an' Buck - shot land.

ru - ral de - lie - ver


South ern
cross the

y.
Dog.

E7

All day the


Ev - e - ry

Yellow Dog Blues

Eb TREBLE

C
A

B7

34

D D

37

Ea

Fill our hearts with


While the far - mers

glee,
play.

from
the

Ten
live

- nes - long

- sy

Ri

struck this burg

side door Pull

A7

Ea

G7

53

A7

57

vamp

it

Dear

Sue

your

south bound'ratt - ler

Seen him here,

and he was on the

F7

G Gdim

sy

Ri

- der's


but the hike

Blues

ain't

gone where the South- ern

cross the Yel - low

On a

A7

hog.

E7

A7

had to

to - day,

man car.

D7
G7

G7
D

- der

This mes - sage comes,


Dog
This Yel - low

see.
day.

42

47

G Gdim

B7

D7

At
last
good ti - dings,
Down where the boll wev'l works

But it's not for me,


a cab
a - ret,
is

phone rings
kit chen there

30

A7

25

D7

got a stay

a - way,

Dog.

Solos at "D"

far.

so he

A7

He's

A7

You've Got TO See Your Mama Everynight


Billy Rose & Con Conrad - 1923

Gdim

Gdim

Dadd - y

dear

list - en

here

D7

you,

Gdim

Gdim

Once a

week

A7

I'm not show -

17

BG

see

21

kiss

25

29

in'

Mam-ma

Mam- ma,

G7


If

you want my

see

ver

Gdim

you

the door

A7

Mam-rna

but I must lay down the law.

Or you can't see Mam - ma at all.


You've got to

A
D7

Treat her right,

C7

You can't fif- ty

fif- ty

Or you can't see Mam-ma at all.

me.You've

got to

ev-'ry night,

Or she won't be home when you call.

com- pan- y,

You've got to

D7
G

ev-'ry- night,

G7

two.

D7

Needs a kiss or

do.

Ma -ma's cheek

13


and that will ne

your mam - ma's feel - in' blue.

I don't see much of

You've Got TO See Your Mama Everynight

D#
D7
CG

D#
D7

33

Mon - day night

37

sat a

- lone.

Tues - day night

G
D#m7 D7 G
D7

did not call

and thurs - day night it was the same old

D#
D7

Fri - day night

Sun - day night youcalled on me

but you

stall

D#
D7

you dodged my path

Am7 D#m7
D7

45

did not phone

Am7

Wednes - day night you

41

you

Sat - ur - day

you

took your bath

D7

broughtthreegirls for some com - pan - y you've got to

D7

49

see your ma - ma

ev - er - y night

or youcan't see your ma - ma at all

G
A

You've go to

D7

53

Kiss your ma -ma and treat her right

or she won't be

at home when you call


Now

G
C
C7

57

I don't want the

61

see your ma - ma

kind of man

who gives his love

onthe in - stal - ment plan you've got to

D7

ev - er - y night

or you can't see your ma - ma at all