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Songwriters Guild documents
titleNumber of documents
A Face in the crowd. From the Newtown production A Face in the crowd. w & m Tom Glazer, w Budd Schulberg30
Ages ago. From the prod., Time remembered. w & m Vernon Duke, Is it you?, I may seem shy27
All of my tomorrows (for just three months of the past), Surprise, Born in the ghetto & 46 other titles30
A Woman in love. Words & music: Frank Loesser, Midnight moonlight, Break my heart again30
Baby me30
Black coffee & 12 other titles30
Blacke's magic (Misc. Paruo) Composed by Frederic C.M. Paroutaud & David A. Bell30
Dear Santa, have you had the measles? By Sal Messina (pseud.: Al Arland) & Frank Kells30
Disneyland birthday. From TV Mouseketeers. By Walt Disney Productions, as employer for hire of Jimmie Dodd (music), Bob Amsberry (lyrics) & Jack Speirs (lyrics)30
Down home part 226
Fa-la-link-a-di-do. w Inez James (Inez James Walden) a.k.a. Hilda Russell, m Edward J. Kay a.k.a. Earl Rose30
Falling in love again & 1 other title part 230
Falling star & other plays part 230
Fancy meeting you here. Authors of words and music: Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller26
Fifty years of duck hunting (a lifetime of adventure in the marshes of South Louisiana)30
For you part 1430
Get a little sand between your toes29
Good morning, Miss America! Kellogg's, the best to you each morning30
Here comes the sunshine, there goes the rain30
Hippy-happy-Henny. From The Jayhawkers. w & m Paramount Pictures Corporation, employer for hire of Phil Boutelje30
Home cookin' & 1 other title, Kin folk, People's choice30
How could you love somebody else? and 11 other titles30
I didn't mean it (first love) & 5 other titles. Composed by Sylvester Jordany, with co-composers as noted30
I didn't mean what I said. w & m Sid Flick, Doyle Williams & Al Trace30
I don't know whether to rock and roll or sing the blues part 330
I'd rather stay home with Mickey Mouse than go out with a rat like you & 6 other titles27
I haven't been home in three, whole nights. Words by Jack Elliott (John M. Elliott), music by Lew Quadling30
I'll get along somehow. EP 28226 (1932) Termination effective 8Jun0828
I'll never smile again & 3 other titles; notification (under 17 USC 508) of filing (docket no. 78 Civ. 3446 CBM filed 28Jul78 in Southern District of New York)30
I'll take romance; jazz waltz. w Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, 1895-1960, m Ben Oakland, arr. Will Schaefer30
I'm saving my kisses for you. Words & music: Maurice Meril, pseud. of Maurie Hartmann, L. Schroeder , pseud. of Leonard Rosen, & George C. Brooks, pseud. of J. George Johnson part 230
Interlude part 630
In the valley, where the evenin' sun goes down & 4 other titles30
I saw the light with some help from my friends part 230
It's been so long & 6 other titles part 227
It's raining cats and dogs in San Diego30
It's so easy (to keep on lovin' you) Written by Mullis & Geiger part 330
I want a man to treat me right30
I want the world to know & 3 other titles30
Let's begin with the Letter People read-along tapes, Let's begin30
Little Sir Echo; easy-to-play violin solo for the early grades. w & m Laura R. Smith & J. S. Fearis, verse & rev. arr. Adele Girard & Joe Marsala, new m notation & arr. Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., employer for hire of Emery Deutsch part 330
Love from a heart of gold. From the Broadway musical, How to succeed in business without really trying. Dance arr. & vocal backgrounds: Frank Loesser, employer for hire of Johnny Warrington part 230
Lullaby of the leaves. Music: Summy Publishing Company, employer for hire of Lillian Anne Miller29
Mama don't allow (no guitar playin' here) Arr. & adaptation with additional lyrics: Erik Darling, Willard Svanoe & Lynne Taylor28
Me and my shadow. w Billy Rose, m Al Jolson & Dave Dreyer, SSA arr. Bourne, Inc., employer for hire of Hawley Ades30
Merrily we roll along (Old MacDonald's sing ...) By Andy Heyward, Janice Gassman & Eleanor Burian-Mohr30
Mood indigo for string quartet, Mood indigo30
Music in my heart. w & adaptation by Don Meyer, Elise Bretton & Sherman Edwards30
Music makes me love you. Co-composer, Blu Sanders, Carioca, Orchids in the moonlight26
Oh, my beloved; a musical dramatization in two acts, based on the books of Genesis, Exodus & the Maccabees. By Bob Russell (Robert R. Russell)30
One more kiss & 3 other titles26
Our love part 1230
Pennsylvania 6-5000 & 2 other titles25
Right or wrong (I'll be with you) By Wanda Jackson part 229
Riverboat, carry me home. From Riverboat. By Revue Studios, employer for hire of Irvin Graham (words) & Elmer Bernstein (music)29
Rockin' the bass; orchestration. m Frank Signorelli, Deane Kincaide, new arr. & new musical notations: Bregman, Vocco, and Conn, Inc., employer for hire of Deane Kincaide28
Somewhere part 630
So rare; simplified piano solo. w Jack Sharpe, m Jerry Herst, arr. (with big notes): Robbins Music Corporation, employer for hire of John Lane, pseud. of Joe Levin30
Stand up and cheer (1934) By Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation24
Sweet melody. Music: N. Romano, pseud. of Michael V. DiBella, arr. O. DiBella, employer for hire of A. Libardo29
Teacher morale and its relationship to age, experience, gender, and .., FrontPage Web site development22
Tell me tonight. Portuguese w & m Carlos Lyra, English w Michael Vaughn a.k.a. Sunny Skylar30
Tempting. Music: Ernesto Lecuona, words: Stanley Adams, arr. for piano acc.: Remick Music Corporation, employer for hire of Heimy Kressa30
There's a lamp that's burning in the window; or, Where are you? w & m John B. Loell, pseud. of John B. Soell30
The thank you song. Introd. & piano acc.: George David Weiss, & Hugo, pseud. of Hugo Peretti & Luigi, pseud. of Luigi Creatore30
They're building houses down in Lover's Lane. w Richard W. Pascoe, m H. O'Reilly Clint30
Today and tomorrow. By Gertrude Hildreth, Allie Lou Felton (Gilbreath), Alice Meighen, and two others30
Too beautiful for you (sub-titles) PA 464-34030
Voices of spring: favorite Strauss waltzes, v. 2: Jascha Horenstein, The Vienna State Opera & The Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Cover art by Gemma Rossini Cullen. VA 54-750 (1979)26
We're together again23
What do I have to do? Written by Scott Cook, Joseph Faulkner, Jesse Palmer, & Jaren Johnson26
Yes, I love you, baby. w & m Paul Peek, Gene Craddock a.k.a. Gene Vincent, Max Lipscomb & Eugene Facenda30
Young man who wouldn't hoe corn, Clementine30
You're never completely successful unless you're successful in love. w Mac Maurada, m Dick Bailey & Ted Shapiro30
You're the one (the real one) By Joseph Jefferson, Richard Roebuck & Charles Simmons part 930
Your eyes shine in my own. From the concert duets in the light opera, The Gypsy baron. For 3-part chorus of women's voices with piano acc. Adapted by Ann Ronell from the works of Johann Strauss, musical adaptation & lyrics by Ann Ronell, arr. Carl Deis30
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