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The Coons Jubilee. March Two-Step.
(Vandersloot Music Co., 2012-06-22)
Dem Good Ole Days Afo de War. Songs of the New Orleans Troubadours.Dem good ole days afo' de war, we shall not see no more [first line]Dem good ole days afo' de war we shall not see no more [first line of chorus]
(F.W. Helmick, No. 50 West Fourth Street, 2012-06-22)
Ethiopian Melodies of White's Serenaders. Commence Ye Darkies All!White folks, I'm goin' to sing A song dat am quite new [first line]Den commence, ye darkies all, As loud as you can bawl! [first line of chorus]
(Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square, 2012-06-22)
I've Got a Feelin' For You. Song and Chorus.Miss Liza loved a bashful coon who'd keep a gazin' at the moon [first line]'Way down in my heart I've got a feelin' for you [first line of chorus]
(F.B. Haviland Publishing Company, New Zealand Bldg., Broadway & 37th St., 2012-06-22)
They Were Irish.The Irish race it beats the world I ever will maintain [first line]They were Irish They were Irish Hibernians who all the world defy [first line of chorus]
(Cohan & Harris Publishing Co., 115 West 42nd St., 2012-06-22)
Miss Cinda's Walk.
(H.L. Morris, 153 N. 8th St., 2012-06-22)
Maple Leaf Rag.
(John Stark & Son, 2012-06-22)
Grand Father and Grand Mother Waltzes. No. 1. Grand Father Waltz.
(Lee & Walker, 188 Chesnut St., 2012-06-22)