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When it's moonlight on the Alamo.
(New York : Leo. Feist Inc., 1914, 1914)
Love me like I love you.
(New York : Theodore Morse Music Co., 1913, 1913)
Bottles of time
(Springfield, Mass. : Burp Shawl Music Publisher, 1927., 1927)
After all I adore you.
(New York : Joe Morris Music Co., 1924., 1924)
What do you say?
(New York : Ager. Yellen & Bornstein Inc., 1928, 1928)
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914, 1914)
Honey can't you hear me callin'.
(New York : H. C. Weasner & Co., 1913, 1913)
Gee, but I'd like to furnish a flat for you, dear.
(Chas. K. Harris, 1910, 1910)
Rose of the Rio Grande.
(New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., 1922., 1922)
When that somebody comes.
(New York : M. Witmark & Sons, 1920., 1920)
When you came into my heart.
(Boston : Swan Music Publisher, 1920., 1920)
Nice to "Meet" You
This paper accompanies the key manifestation of my research at York University: the solo thesis exhibition entitled, Nice to ‘Meet’ You, installed at Gales Gallery from March 30th to April 3rd, 2015. My research explores ...
I'll return to you my sweetheart. And the dear old Georgia pines.
(New York : Church, Pacson and Company, 1910, 1910)
When the autumn leaves begin to fall.
(New York : Broadway Music Corporation, 1920., 1920)
Top o' the mornin' : "Bridget McCue".
(New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1907, 1907)
The Lonesome blues
(Philadelphia, PA : Standard Theatre, 1916, 1916)
Dearest, darest I.
(New York : Famous Music Corporation, 1940, 1940)
Captain Swagger all the girls adore you
(New York : Bibo, Bloedon & Lang Inc., 1928., 1928)
(London : Howard & Co., [n.d.])
When my baby smiles at me.
(New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., 1920., 1920)