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Songs of the mountains and plains.

Author: Rialto Music Pub. Corp.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Rialto Music Pub. Corp.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Rialto Music Pub. Corp.
OCLC Number: 47891889
Notes: For voice and piano, with chord symbols.
Description: 1 score (volumes) ; 26 cm
Contents: no 1. Cactus blossoms ; Carolina dream man ; Drifting down the prairie trail ; I just don't care anymore ; I wish it wasn't so ; If you see a still, keep still ; I'm blue for the Red River valley ; In the old county jail ; In the southern hills 'mid the daffodils ; No one moans for old BIll Jones ; Roamin' in Wyomin' ; Sweetheart of my Sunday school days ; Take me back to that tall corn country ; The convict and the child ; When it's harvest time in Kansas ; Will you meet me in the Rockies? --
no. 3. Corn-bread and 'lasses ; I love you as before ; I want to lead a cowboy band ; In my shanty boat home ; Living in hell ; Montana melody ; Pullin' taffy at the taffy pull ; Somebody stole my little darlin' ; Sweet mamma, tree top tall ; Tell me with your blue eyes ; The fields are greener over yonder ; The hills are white with laurel to-night ; Walkin' home from an old country school ; When I spread my blanket for the night ; When the red roses bloom in the Blue Ridge --
no. 5. Courtin' in the West Virginia hills ; Down at Dinty Moore's ; Flag that train! ; Heaven is waiting for someone ; I can see that I've made a mistake ; I'm not coming home to-night ; Lonesome ; Nobody cries when the tailor dies ; Ridin' down the sunset trail ; The girl I can't forget ; The Lone Ranger ; They had to carry Carrie ; When I play my Gretsch guitar ; You better come back --
no. 6. Alabama moon ; Back, back, back to Carolina ; Bull doggin' Joe ; Don't let your sweet love die ; The girl I left back home ; Honey, I'll do anything for you ; The honky tonks, they ruined my life ; I won't care (a hundred years from now) ; Is there anything new in the old hometown? ; I've got to hand it to you, Dad ; Now I know somebody doesn't care ; She's the sweetest girl in Cheyenne ; Swing low, bronco ; When the curtains 'round me fall ; Whistlin' woman --
no. 7. Don't be ashamed to walk beside your mother ; The farmer goes to town ; Father, don't you bother ; A husband's lament ; I love a bearded lady ; I want to live like Daddy ; I will soon be out of this world ; I'd love to be a cowboy (but I'm afraid of cows) ; I'm building me a home, sweet home ; My mother is my pal ; Prairie pals ; Precious thoughts of mother ; Shattered love ; Sparkling blue eyes, no. 2 ; Tennessee ; There ain't a cow in Texas ; There's an old rocking chair by the window ; Trailing arbutus ; Weary wandering one ; What a change one day can make ; Will you think of me? ; You can be a millionaire with me --
no. 8. Don't spoil your pretty eyes with tears ; Don't you know, or don't you care? ; Down where the cuckoos nest ; Drift along, pretty moon ; Filipino baby ; Fisherman's daughter ; He's falling away (to a ton) ; I never knew I loved you (till I lost you) ; The last goodbye ; The lonesome dove ; The old hitching post ; Old pinto and me ; The old village lane ; Ole pardner ; Sally, let your bangs hang down ; San Antonio Schottische ; Sweet Kalua ; The unkind word ; When it's moonlight on the trail in old Montana ; When there's tears in the eyes of a potato ; Where the bonny, bonny blue bells grow ; Will you always love me, darling? ; You fry your ham too easy in the north.

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