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The Radio City comic song album : a laugh provoking collection of some of the funniest songs of all times.

Author: Arthur J LambAlfred SolmanR Alex AndersonAl StillmanWilliam L Russell, Lieut.All authors
Publisher: New York : Edward B. Marks, [©1943?].
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Songs : English
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur J Lamb; Alfred Solman; R Alex Anderson; Al Stillman; William L Russell, Lieut.; Paul Reif; Lyn Udall; James Weldon Johnson; Bob Cole; J Rosamond Johnson; Alex Rogers; Bert Williams; Edith Meiser; Richard Rodgers; Al Silverman; Kay Swift; Marion Sunshine; Arthur Swanstrom; Carey Morgan; Nelson Jackson; Edward B. Marks Music Co.
OCLC Number: 18514663
Description: 1 score (47 p.) ; 31 cm.
Contents: Bird on Nellie's hat (written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by Alfred Solman) --
Cockeyed mayor of Kaunakakai (words by R. Alex. Anderson and Al Stillman, music by R. Alex. Anderson) --
Come after breakfast (Bring 'long your lunch and leave 'fore supper time) (by Brymn (sic), Smith and Burris) --
Flirty Gertie from Bizerte (Tune from Tunis) (words by Lt. William L. Russell, music by Sgt. Paul Reif) --
I love to see my poor old mother work (words and music by J.H. Keating) --
My castle on the Nile (words by J.W. Johnson and Bob Cole, music by Rosamond Johnson) --
Nobody (Bert Williams song hit) (written by Alex Rogers, music by Bert Williams) --
Oh! Say! Doctor! (He falls for the ladies every time) (lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music Alfred Solman) --
Old fashioned girl (lyric by Edith Meiser, music by Richard Rodgers) --
Sawing a woman in half (lyric by Al Silverman, music by Kay Swift) --
She was alright at night (by the beautiful electric light) (words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred Solman) --
Tattooed lady (lyric by Al Stillman, music by Marion Sunshine) --
The Argentines, the Portuguese and the Greeks (by Arthur M. Swanstrom and Carey Morgan) --
When father laid the carpet on the stairs. A mock ballad. (by Nelson Jackson).
Other Titles: Bird on Nellie's hat
Cockeyed mayor of Kaunakakai.
Come after breakfast (bring 'long your lunch and leave 'fore supper time).
Flirty Gertie from Bizerte (Tune from Tunis).
I love to see my poor old mother work.
My castle on the Nile.
Nobody.
Oh! Say! Doctor! (He falls for the ladies every time).
Old fashioned girl.
Sawing a woman in half.
She was alright at night (By the beautiful electric light).
Tattooed lady.
Argenines, the Portuguese and the Greeks.
When father laid the carpet on the stairs.

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