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Daddy Won't You Please Come Home
(New York : Spier and Coslow Inc., 1929., 1929)
If I can't have you
(New York : Leo Feist Inc., 1927., 1927)
(New York : Hitland Music Publishers, 1907, 1907)
(Boston : Ted Garton Music Co., 1920., 1920)
I'm goin' south.
(New York : M. Witmark & Sons, 1923., 1923)
(Toronto : Leo Feist Inc, 1924., 1924)
I'll keep on waiting for you.
(San Francisco : Morrison Music Co., 1923., 1923)
I'll take you home again pal o' mine.
(New York : Joe Mittenthal Inc., 1923., 1923)
When Cupid flies away.
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1920., 1920)
You wanted someone to play with, I wanted someone to love
(New York : Mayfair Music Corp., 1967, 1967)
When the autumn leaves begin to fall.
(New York : Broadway Music Corporation, 1920., 1920)
When you're gone I won't forget.
(New York : F. B. Haviland Pub. Co., 1920., 1920)
Where are you
(Sedalia MO : A. W. Perry's Sons Music Publishers, 1920., 1920)
Way down on Tampa Bay.
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914, 1914)
Maybe I'll come back.
(Chicago : Harold Rossiter, 1910, 1910)
Through the years.
(Chicago : Carrie Jacob-Bond and Son Inc.,, [n.d.])
I get the blues when it rains
(Chicago : Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1928., 1928)
My gal my pal.
(New York : The Bishop Music Publishing House, 1924., 1924)
Embodying the Canadian University Dance Transition Experience: A Collective Case Study
This collective case study explores the social, psychosocial and cognitive dimensions of dance majors transition from multiple pre-university learning environments into their current Canadian university dance program. Three ...
(New York : De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1929., 1929)