WORLD WAR II SHEET MUSIC COLLECTION

SC 1995.7

Ruth T. Watanabe Special Collections
Sibley Music Library

prepared by Mary Rame
Fall 1995

 

CONTENTS

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF COLLECTION

World War II Sheet Music (1941-1945)
1′ 4″ linear

 

Provenance

The collection was purchased as individual items from the dealer, Homeyer, during the years of World War II, 1941-1945. It was not accessioned as a collection, after being bound, until 1948.

 

Scope and Content

The collection contains over 500 items of popular sheet music all published during the years of World War II. In theme all relate specifically to the war or are of a general patriotic nature. The collection thus represents a very detailed overview of patriotic music during the second World War. The material bears upon the subjects of American popular music and music and society. It also possesses value for the study of history of the period.

 

Restrictions and Use

There are no restrictions to the use of the material except those of copyright.

 

Associations

Sibley Library possesses a large collection of popular sheet music from the eighteenth century on through the early twentieth century. Within this collection is a special subject area relating to music from all wars fought by the United States from the revolutionary through World War II. The Charlotte Stafford Collection contains popular sheet music from the first half of the twentieth century, including many songs from World War I, and forms a good companion to the present collection.

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES

The series exclusively includes sheet music from the time of World War II. It is arranged as originally bound, in alphabetical order by title.

 

 

INVENTORY

VOLUME 1 (A)

Abe Lincoln Had Just One Country. Music by Jerome Kern. New York: T. B. Harms, c1941.

After It’s Over. By Paul Brenner, Gilbert Mills and Ted Rolfe. New York: Barton Music Corp., c1942.

The Airmen Are Flying. By Philip James. New York: The H. W. Gray Co., Inc., c1944.

Alaska’s Flag. Music by Elinor Dusenbury. Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1940.

All Hail To Thee, America! By Stanley C. Souster. [S.l]: The Author, c1941.

All Out For America. Music by Mayhew Lake. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1941.

All To-Gether (For Your Country and Mine). By Danny O’Neil. Brookline, Mass.: Danny O’Neil Music Publishing Co., c1940.

America! America! By Harold Webster Cate. Boston, Mass.: The Composer’s Publishing Co., c1940.

America Calling. Music by Meredith Willson. New York: Educational Music Division Irving Berlin, Inc., c1942.

America Calls. By Ada Richter. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., c1942.

America Farewell. Music by Florence Holland Krawczyk. Boston, Mass.: Chas. W. Homeyer & Co., Inc., c1945.

America I Love You. Music by Archie Gottler. New York: Mills Music, 1931.

America! Let’s Go! Music by Fay Foster. Boston, Mass.: Boston Music Company, c1942.

America, My Home. Music by Alfred Wooler. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Company, c1943.

America, My Own, My Native Land. Music by Heinrich Gebhard. Boston, Mass.: Chas. W. Homeyer & Co., Inc., c1942.

America, Thou Blessed Land. Music by Geoffrey O’Hara. New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1939.

America United (Is Rolling Along). By Bernard Hamblen. Pittsburgh, PA.: Volkwein Bros. Inc., c1942.

America Wake Up! Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Ill.: Success Music Co., c1942

American Anthem. By Milton Yeats. New York: Belwin Inc., c1942.

The American Doughboy. Music by George Sallade Howard. New York: Mills Music Inc., c1944.

American Eagles. By Irving Berlin. New York: This Is The Army Inc., c1942.

American Lullaby. By Maurice Sigler, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose. New York: Mutual Music Society, c1942.

American Prayer. Music by Lawrence Stock [&] Vincent Rose. New York: Mutual Music Society, c1942.

The American Way. By Leroy Free. Anderson, Ind.: Leroy Free, c1943.

American Women For Defense. By Mercedes Welcker. New York: A. W. V. S. Inc., c1942.

The American’s Creed. Music by Hugo Frey. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1941.

America’s Call. By Winnetta Lamson. Boston, Mass.: Colonial Music Publishing Co., c1942.

America’s On The March. By Lois Townsley. New York: Harold Flammer Inc., c1942.

And Still The Volga Flows. By Rachmaninoff; adaptation by Meridith Willson. New York: M. Waitmark & Sons, c1942.

Angels Of Mercy. By Irving Berlin. New York: American National Red Cross, c1941.

Any Bonds Today? By Irving Berlin. Washington, D.C.: Henry Morgenthau Jr., c1941.

Arm In Arm. Music by Vernon Duke. New York: Carl Fischer, Inc., c1944.

Arms For The Love Of America. By Irving Berlin. Washington, D.C.: Army Ordnance Association, c1941.

The Army Air Corps. By Robert Crawford. New York: Carl Fischer, Inc., c1939.

Army Hymn (A Prayer For Soldiers). By Fred Waring, Jack Dolph and Roy Ringwald. New York: Words & Music, Inc., c1943. [Two versions: for solo voice; for SATB]

The Army Mule, The Navy Goat and The Kick Of The Kangaroo. By Alfred Eiseman, Buddy Kaye, Al Frisch & Herman Schwarz. N.Y.: Edward B.Marks Music Corporation, c1942.

The Army Service Forces. By Harold Rome. New York, N.Y.: Leeds Music Corporation, c1944.

The Army’s Made A Man Out Of Me. By Irving Berlin. N.Y.C.: This Is The Army Inc., c1942.

At Mail Call Today. By Gene Autry and Fred Rose. Hollywood, Calf.: West’rn Music Publishing Co., c1945.

Au Revoir, But Not Goodbye, Soldier Boy. Music by Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music Corporation, c1917.

 


VOLUME 2 (B-C)

Back Home For Keeps. Music by Carmen Lombardo. New York: Irving Berlin Music Company, c1945.

Back The Red White And Blue With Gold. By Al Hoffman, Mann Curtis and Jerry Livingston. New York: World Music, Inc., c1942.

Be A Good Soldier While Your Daddy’s Away. By Irving Caesar, Al Koppell and Gerald Marks. New York, N.Y.: Irving Caesar, c1942.

Be Brave, Beloved. Music by Arthur Altman. New York, N.Y.: Leeds Music Corporation, c1942.

Be Glad You’re An American. By Catherine Allison Christie. Dayton, Ohio: Lorenz Publishing Co., c1941.

Because We Are Americans. By Emily Robinson Head. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1942.

Better Not Roll Those Blue, Blue Eyes. Music by Al Goodhart. N.Y.C.: Crawford Music Corporation, c1942.

The Bill Of Rights. Music by Jay Gorney. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1940.

Bless’em All. By Jimmy Hughes, Frank Lake and Al Stillman. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1941.

The Blond Sailor. Music by J. Pfeil. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music, Inc., c1945.

The Blue Bugle Call. By Dick Howard. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1942.

The Bombardier Song. Music by Richard Rodgers. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1942.

Bomber Command. Music by Paul Taubman. New York: Carl Fischer, c1942.

Born To The Sky. By Captain Robert Crawford. New York: Carl Fischer, c1945.

A Boy In Khaki – A Girl In Lace. Music by Allie Wrubel. N.Y.C.: ABC Music Corporation, c1942.

Boy, O Boy! Music by Sammy Timberg. New York, N.Y.: Famous Music Corporation, c1941.

Boys Of The U.S.A. By Harold Webster Cate. Boston, Mass.: The Composer’s Publishing Co., c1940.

Brave Britain. Music by Keith Crosby Brown. Boston, Mass.: R.D. Row Music Company, c1941.

Brave Men Of The Infantry. By Allegretto Alexander. Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1943.

British Children’s Prayer. By Jacques Wolfe. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1942.

Buckle Down Buck Private. By Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin. New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1941.

Buddy Boy. Music by Bob Miller. New York City: Bob Miller, Inc., c1942.

Bugles In The Sky. By Ben Forrest, Glenn Burrs, Frank Furlett. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., c1940.

Buy A Bond Today. By Hal Block. New York, N.Y.: Paramount Music Corporation, c1944.

Buy War Bonds. Music by Henry Dellafield. Boston, Mass.: The Bach Music Co., c1943.

Bye, Bye Benito. By Lew Brown. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1942.

Bye, Bye Bessie. By Vick Knight. Hollywood, Calif.: Variety Music, Inc., c1943.

The Call Of America. Music by H. Alexander Matthews. Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Company, c1942.

Call Out The Marines. Music by Harry Revel. New York, N.Y.: Greene-Revel, Inc., c1942.

Captains Of The Clouds. Music by Harold Arlen. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1942.

Captains On High. By Harold Webster Cate. Boston, Mass.: The Composer’s Publishing Co., c1942.

Carlson’s Raiders. By Vernon C. Akers. New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company Inc., c1943.

Carry Him Back To His Folks And His Home And Mine. By Lewis A. Bedard. Westwood, Mass.: Lewis A. Bedard, c1944.

Chin Up! Cheerio! Carry On! Music by Burton Lane. New York, N.Y.: Leo Feist, Inc., c1941.

Citizens Song. Music by Richard Haggerty. New York: Carl Fischer, c1942.

Civilian. Music by Vernon Duke. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

Clancy’s Gone And Joined The Army. By Wayne Cody & Wm. B. Richter. New York, N.Y.: Whitney Blake Music Publishers, c1942.

Cleanin’ My Rifle (And Dreamin’ Of You). By Allie Wrubel. New York, N.Y.: Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc. c1943.

Coast Guard Victory Song. By John Thompson, Jr. Cincinnati, Ohio: The Willis Music Co., c1943.

Comin’ In On A Wing And A Prayer. Music by Jimmy McHugh. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1943.

Coming Home. Music by Horace Johnson. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

The Conquering Marines. By Celeste Heckscher Troth. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc., c1944.

Conversion “Look God, I Have Never Spoken To You”. Music by John W. Bratton [&] Geoffrey O’Hara. New York, N.Y.: Bourne Inc., c1945.

Corns For My Country. By Leah Worth, Jean Barry, Dick Charles. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1944.

The Cranky Old Yank (In A Clanky Old Tank). By Hoagy Carmichael. Hollywood, Calif.: Carmichael Music Publications, c1942.

 


VOLUME 3 (D-F)

Daddy’s Letter (signed) Your Loving Son. Music by Vee Lawnhurst. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin, Inc., c1942.

“Damn The Torpedoes Full Speed Ahead!” By Grace Warner Gulesian. Boston, Mass.: R.D. Row Music Company, c1943.

A Dash Of The Red, White And Blue. By M. R. Christenson. Boston, Mass.: Music Service Company, c1943.

The Daughter Of Mademoiselle From Armentieres. By Herman Ruby [&] Lew Pollack. Hollywood, Calif.: Pyramid Music Co., c1944.

Dear Arabella. Music by Sidney Lippman. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1941.

Dear Mom. By Maury Coleman Harris. New York: Republic Music Corporation, c1941.

Defend Your Country. Music by Leo Edwards. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1940.

Der Fuehrer’s Face. By Oliver Wallace. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1942.

Dig Down Deep. By Walter Hirsch, Sano Marco and Gerald Marks. New York, N.Y.: Yankee Music Publishing Corporation, c1942.

Dip Your Pen In Sunshine. Kay and Sue Werner and Sammy Mysels. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1942.

Don’t Be Blue, Little Pal, Don’t Be Blue. By Ben Kanter and Will Jurgens. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1941.

Don’t Change Horses. By Al Hoffman, Milton Drake, Jerry Livingston. New York, N.Y.: Drake- Hoffman-Livingston Music Publishers, c1944.

Don’t Cry. By Sunny Skylar. N.Y.C., New York: National Music Corporation, c1942.

Don’t Cry Sweetheart. By Remus Harris, Irving Melsher, Russ Morgan. Chicago, Illinois: Glenmore Music, Inc., c1942.

Don’t Forget Your Buddy. Music by Bert Tannen. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc., c1942.

Do Not Forget Your Soldier Boy. Music by Bob Carleton. Hollywood, Calif.: Nordyke Publishing Company, c1943.

Don’t Let My Spurs Get Rusty. By Carson Robison. New York City: Bob Miller, Inc., c1942.

Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree. By Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias and Sam H. Stept. New York: Tobbins Music Corporation, c1942.

Don’t Steal The Sweetheart Of A Soldier. By Lew Brown and J. Fred Coots. New York: Circle Music Publications Inc., c1942.

Don’t Worry Mom. By Harry Duncan and Paul William. New York, N.Y.: Ford Music Inc., c1944.

Dunkirk. Music by Walter Damrosch. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1943.

Duration Blues. By Johnny Merger. New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., c1944.

The Dying Soldier. Music by Paul White. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1944.

Ee-Nie Mee-Nie A. P. O. (Where Did My G.I. Johnny Go). By Millie Dyer, Maybelle Weil Sample & Ruth Frank. Chicago, Ill.: Radio Music, c1945.

The Ernie Pyle Infantry March. By Ann Ronell. New York, N.Y.: Picture Music, Inc., c1945.

Eventually Comes Love. By Lew Brown and Buck Ram. New York, NY: Brown & Henderson, Inc., c1944.

Every Soldier Has An Angel By His Side. Music by Roscoe Barnhart. Chicago: Country Music, c1942.

Every State Has Answered The Call. By Lawrence Welk, Frances Emmerich, Leonard Hage. Chicago: Chart Music Publishing House, Inc., c1942.

Ev’rybody Ev’ry Payday. Music by Dick Uhl. Washington, D.C., c1942.

Everybody’s Seen Him But His Daddy. By Jack Segal, Bob Hilliard and Billy Hayes. New York,N.Y.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1945.

Ev’ry One’s A Fighting Son Of That Old Gang Of Mine. By Irving Caesar, Willie Raskin and Gerald Marks. New York, N.Y.: Irving Caesar, c1940.

Ev’rything Will Be Like Home In Ireland. By Clitus M. Wickens. Chicago: Universal Music Sales, c1942.

The Farmer’s Son. Music by John Tasker Howard. Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Company, c1944.

A Fellow On A Furlough. By Bobby Worth. Hollywood, Calif.: Martin Block Pub. Co. Inc. House of Melody, c1943.

Fight To Victory. By R. J. Burt. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briegel Inc., c1944.

Fightin’ Doug Mac Arthur. By Buck Ram. New York: T. B. Harms Company, c1942.

The Fighting Quartermaster Corps. By E. W. Tyler Jr., Fred Waring and Pat Ballard. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music, Inc., c1942.

Fighting Sons Of The Navy Blue. By Bill Watters. Hollywood, Calif., Anguard Songs, Inc., c1942.

The Flying Flag. Music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond. Boston, Mass.: Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son, c1940.

Follow The President. Music by Gitz Rice. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1942.

Fighting Amphibians. By Warren J. Ayres. New York: Carl Fischer, c1945.

Fighting Man. By Jacques Wolfe. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1942.

Fighting Men Of Uncle Sam. Music by George E. Worth. New York: Belwin Inc., c1942.

“Fighting On The Home Front Wins.” By Kay Swift. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.

For Peace And Freedom. By Eugene La Barre. New York City: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1940. [The official song of The World’s Fair of 1940 in New York]

For The Flag, For The Home, For The Family. By George M. Cohan. New York: Vogel Music Co., Inc., c1942.

Forever And A Day. By Jerome Kern. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co., Inc., c1941.

Forgive Me, Silent Soldier. By Edward E. Confrey. Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1943.

Forward America. By Henry P. Sutcliffe. Lawrence, Mass.: Henry P. Sutcliffe, c1943.

Forward, Forces Of The Red, White And Blue. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1944.

Four Buddies. Music by Leonard Whitcup. New York: Broadway Music Corporation, c1943.

Free For All. Music by Matt Dennis. New York City: Embassy Music Corporation, c1941.

Freedom For The World. Music by C. Hugo Grimm. Cincinnati, Ohio: The Willis Music Company, 1943.

Freedom Ring. Music by Robert Stolz. Cleveland, Ohio: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1942.

Freedom’s Land. Music by Roy Harris. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music, c1941.

Freedom’s Morning. Music by Jacques Wolfe. New York: Galaxy Music Corporation, c1943.

From Broadway To Tokyo. By Harvey Frohlichstein. St. Louis, MO.: Shattinger, c1943.

From D Day To V Day (My Prayers Are All For You). By Stuart Allen, Anthony Frangipane, Harry Smolin. New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1944.

From The Coast Of Maine To The Rockes. By Benny Davis, Russ Morgan, Ted Murry. New York City: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., c1942.

From The Hills Above Pearl Harbor. By James R. Gillette. Chicago: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., c1942.

Fun To Be Free. Music by Louis Alter. Hollywood, California: Saunders Publications. c1942.

 


VOLUME 4 (G-H)

G. I. Blues. By Floyd Tillman. New York, N.Y.: Peer International Corporation, c1944.

G. I. Jive. By Johnny Mercer. New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., c1943.

Gee, Isn’t It Great To Be An America. By Dorothy Dolen and Taylor Dolen & Gale Sherwood and Bob Sherwood. New York, N.Y.: Bob Miller, Inc., c1943.

Gentlemen, The Toast Is: Our Land! Music by Montague F. Phillips. New York: Michael Keane, Inc., c1940.

Get Out and Dig, Dig, Dig. By Hunter Reynolds. Chicago, Ill.: Skokie Music Co., c1942.

Get Your Gun And Come Along. By Carson J. Robison. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

The Girl Behind The Boy Behind The Gun. Music by Vic Mizzy. New York: Song Hit Guild, Inc., c1942.

Girl Scouts Are We. By John Rivenburg. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1941.

Girl Scouts Together. By Glayds Cornwall Goff. New York. N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1941.

Girls Of The U.S.A. By Harold Webster Cate. Boston, Mass.: The Composer’s Publishing Co., c1943.

Give Us The Tools. By William Dichmont. Philadelphia: The John Church Company, c1942.

Glide, Glider, Glide. By Cole Porter. N.Y.C.: Chappell, c1943.

Go Back Where You Belong. By Joe F. Weber. Scranton, Pa.: Joe F. Weber, c1940.

Gobs Of Love. By Redd Evans. New York, N.Y.: Paramount Music Corporation, c1942.

God Bless America. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc, c1939.

God Bless My Darling, He’s Somewhere. By Bill Nettles. New York, N.Y.: Peer International Corporation; sole selling agents Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.

God Bless Our Fighting Boys. By Aghavni Anna Dodakian. Boston: Aghavni Dodakian, c1943.

God Bless Our Land. By Richard Kountz. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1940.

God Bless Our President. Music by Alma Sanders. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music, Inc., c1942.

God Is My Co-Pilot. Music by Albert H. Stanley. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1944.

God Must Have Loved America. By Gene Autry and Fred Rose. Hollywood, California: Western Music Publishing Co., c1942.

God Of Battles. Musical setting by Peter De Rose. New York, N.Y.: Robbins Music Corporation, c 1943.

God Save Our Men. By Grace Twyman. Boston, Mass.: Boston Music Co., c1918.

God’s Country. Music by Harold Arlen. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1938.

Goodby Dear, I’ll Be Back In A Year. By Mack Kay. New York, N.Y.: Coast to Coast Music Corp., c1940.

Goodbye Mama (I’m Off To Yokohama). By J. Fred Coots. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1941.

Good-For-Nothing Is Good For Something Now. By Justin Ring. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co. Inc., c1942.

Goodnight Captain Curly-Head. Music by Fred E. Ahlert. New York, N.Y.: Ahlert and Lewis, c1942.

Goodnight Mother. Words and music by Mack David, Al Bryan, Vee Lawnhurst. New York City: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., c1940.

Goodnight Soldier. By Harry Johnson. Hollywood, Calif.: Joe Cascales Publications, c1943.

Good Night, Wherever You Are. By Dick Robertson, Al Hoffman and Frank Weldon. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1944.

Got Any Gum Chum? Music by Tolchard Evans. New York, N.Y.: Sam Fox Publishing Company, c1944.

Great News In The Making. Music by Jimmy McHugh. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1943.

Guardian Of The Colors. Music and lyric by Rusty McMahon and Al Hofer. New York: Belwin, Inc., c1940.

Guns In The Sky. Music by Alexander Steinert. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

Hail To America. By Fred K. Huffer. Chicago: Chart Music Publishing House Inc., 1941.

Hail To The Merchant Seamen. Music by Dazian Brown. Flushing, New York: D. L. Schroeder, c1944.

Hallelu (Judgment Day Is Comin’). By Paul J. Winkopp. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1942.

Hallelujah! Hallelujah! We’ll Pull Together. Music by Anna Case. Philadelphia: The John Church Company, c1943.

Hats Off To MacArthur And Our Boys Down There. Words and music by Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation, c1942.

He Wears A Pair Of Silver Wings. Music by Michael Carr. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1941.

Heave Ho! My Lads, Heave Ho! By Jack Lawrence. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1943.

He’ll Have To Cross The Atlantic (To Get To The Pacific). Music by Jule Styne. New York, N.Y.: Barton Music Corp, c1945.

Hello! Broadway, London Calling. Music by Jane Wills and Clarence E. Wheeler. Hollywood: Cine-Mart Music Publishers, c1941.

“Hello Central: Call Berlin!” Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1944.

Hello Mom. Music by Eddie Dunstedter. Hollywood, California: Saunders Publications, c1942.

Hello Private Doe. Music by Milton Shaw. N.Y.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.

Here Come The Engineers. By Samuel D. Swann and Sidney Neiditch. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briegel, Inc., c1943.

Here Comes The Navy. Adapted to the melody of Beer Barrel Polka. By Lew Brown, W. A. Timm and Jeromir Vejvoda. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1934.

Here We Come Through The Rainbow. Opus 733. Music by Robert Stolz. New York: Belwin Inc., c1942.

Here’s To The Flag! Words and music by Edna Keogh and J. Fred Coots. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1942.

Here’s To You, MacArthur. Music by Walter Kent. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1942.

He’s A Great American. Words and music by R. Magee [&] John C. Wickes. N.Y.C.: Santly-Joy- Select, Inc., c1940.

He’s A Real All-American Now. By Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson, Jimmy Dupre. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1942.

He’s Got A Wave In His Haie (And A Waac On His Hands). Words and music by Hughie Prince and Sonny Burke. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1943.

He’s Home For A Little While. Music by Ted Shapiro. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corp., c1945.

He’s My Uncle. Music by Lew Pollack. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1940.

He’s 1-A In The Army (And He’s A-1 In My Heart). By Redd Evans. New York, N.Y.: Valiant Music Company, c1941.

Hey, Tojo! Count Yo’ Men! By Buck Ram and Clarence Stout. New York, N.Y.: Noble Music Co., Inc., c1944.

Hey! Zeke (Your Country’s Callin’). Words and music by Al Hoffman, Mann Curtis and Jerry Livingston. New York City: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., c1942.

Hip, Hip Hooray. By Henry Nemo, Milt Ebbins. New York, N.Y.: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

Hit The Leather. By Meredith Willson. New York: Carl Fischer, c1943.

Hitler’s Funeral March. By Abner Silver, Nick Kenny & Chas. Kenny. New York City: Lincoln Music Corp., c1943.

Hitler’s Reply To Mussolini. By Carson J. Robison. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

Hi ‘Ya Chum (Where ‘Ya From?). Music by Michael Field. N.Y.C.: Parade Music Company, c1943.

Hold Your Hats On! Music by Richard Addinsell. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1942.

Hollywood Canteen. Music by Ray Heindorf and M. K. Jerome. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1944.

Home To The Arms Of Mother. By Preston Sturges. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corp., c1944.

The House I Live In. Music by Earl Robinson. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1942.

How About A Cheer For The Navy. By Irving Berlin. New York: “This Is The Army” Inc., c1942.

Hut! 2-3-4. By Cliff Friend. New York: Santly-Joy, Inc., c1943.

Hymn To The United States Navy. By Ernest Charles. New York: G Schirmer, Inc., c1943.

 


VOLUME 5 (I-J)

I Am An American. By Marie T. Laing. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corporation, c1940.

I Am An American. By Benjamin Edwards Neal. Boston: Neal Publishing Company, c1938.

I Dreamt The War Was Over. By Al Jacobs. New York, N.Y.: Melrose Music Corp., c1943.

I Feel A Draft Coming On. Music by Fred Coots. New York City: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., c1941.

I Had A Little Talk With The Lord. Music by Vic Mizzy. New York: Santly-Joy, Inc., c1944.

I Hear America Calling. By Benjamin Edwards Neal. Boston, Mass.: Neal Publishing Company, c1941.

I Hear America Singing. Music by Peter De Rose. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1940.

I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen. By Irving Berlin. New York: “This Is The Army” Inc., c1942.

I Lost My Job Again. Music by J. Fred Coots. New York, N.Y.: Peak Publishing Co., Inc., c1945.

I Love Coffee (I Love Tea). By Vick Knight. New York: Carmichael Music Publications, c1943.

I Pledge Allegiance. By F. E. Holly. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc., c1942.

I Sent A Letter To Santa. By Jack Meskill, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1942.

I Threw A Kiss In The Ocean. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1942.

I Was Here When You Left Me. By Sam H. Stept. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Music Company, c1945.

I Wish, I Wish, I Wish. Music by George Rosner. New York, N.Y.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.

I Wish That I Could Hide Inside This Letter. Music by Nat Simon. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1943.

I’d Like To Give My Dog To Uncle Sam. By Dave McEnery. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1944.

I’ll Be Back. Music by Rex Preis and Bill Bryan. Hollywood, California: West’rn Music Publishing Co., c1944.

I’ll Be Back In A Year, Little Darlin’. Words and music by Ben Shelhamer Jr., Claude Heritier and Russ Hull. New York: Bell Music Co., c1941.

I’ll Be Home For Christmas. Words and music by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent and Buck Ram. New York: Melrose Music Corp., c1943.

I’ll Be Marching To A Love Song. Music by Ralph Rainger. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

I’ll Pray For You. Music by Arthur Altman. New York: Harms, c1942.

I’m Getting Tired So I Can Sleep. By Irving Berlin. New York: “This Is The Army” Inc., c1942.

I’m All That’s Left Of That Old Quartette. By Fred Meadows, Geo. B. McConnell and Charles J. McCarthy. New York, N.Y.: Triangle Music Corporation, c1945.

I’m A Convict With Old Glory In My Heart. Music by Bob Miller. New York, N.Y.: Bob Miller, Inc., c1944.

I’m A Son Of A Son Of A Yankee Doodle Dandy. Lyrics and music by Gilbert Mills and Ted Rolfe. New York: Independent Music Publishers, c1941.

I’m In The Army Now. By Frank Luther. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1941.

I’m Living Now In Ireland. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1945.

I’m Proud To Be An American. Music by Robert W. Gibb. Boston, Massachusetts: The B. F. Wood Music Co., c1942.

I’m Wearing My Heart On My Sleeve For You. By Fleeta Grace Pettet Holcombe. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1945.

In God’s Name And For Liberty. Music by Donald Phillips. New York: Carl Fischer, c1942.

In London Town At Night. By Helen Thomas. Boston, Mass.: Boston Music Co., c1943.

In My Arms. By Frank Loesser and Ted Grouya. Hollywood, Calif., c1943.

The Infantry. By R. J. Burt, arranged by George F. Briegel. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briegel, Inc., c1943.

The Infantry-Kings Of The Highway. By R. J. Burt, Sr., arranged by S. A. Dapp. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briegel, Inc., c1942.

It’s Great To Be An American. Music by Jimmie Crane. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1941.

I’ve Been Drafted Now I’m Drafting You. Words and music by Lyle Moraine and Chuck Foster. Hollywood, California: Vanguard Songs Inc.,1941.

I Wanna Dance With A Sailor. Words and music by Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup. New York: Paull-Pioneer, c1942.

Jerry, My Soldier Boy. By Cole Porter. N.Y.C.: Chappell, c1942.

Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose In Ireland. Words and music by Kay Twomey and Al Goodhart. New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1942.

Johnny The One. By John Sacco. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1944.

Johnny Zero. Music by Vee Lawnhurst. New York: Santly-Joy, Inc., c1943.

Johnny’s Got A Date With A Gal In New York. Music by Sam Medoff. New York, N.Y.: Triangle Music Corporation, c1945.

Jumpin’ With A G.I. Gal! Words and music by Nelson Cogane, Edgar Battle, Ira Schuster. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation, c1943.

Junk Ain’t Junk No More. Words and music by Austen Croom-Johnson and Allan Kent. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1942.

Just A Blue Serge Suit. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Music Company, c1945.

Just A Prayer. Words and music by Morty Berk, Billy Hays, Joe Frasetto. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1943.

 


VOLUME 6 (K-L)

The K-9 Corps. By Arthur Roland; arranged by Vaughn Monroe. Boston, Mass.: Dogs For Defense, Inc., c1943.

The K.P. Serenade. By Kay Twomey and Al Goodhart. New York, N.Y.: Gordon, Kaufman & Real, Inc., c1942d.

Keep A Star In The Window And A Prayer In Your Heart. By Erna Baxter. Roxbury, Mass.: Baxter Music Company, c1943.

Keep ‘Em Flying. By Bill Coleman. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1941.

Keep ‘Em Smiling. Music by Milton Ager. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., c1942.

Keep Ole’ Glory Flying. Music by “Gil” Gilbert. Eliot, Maine: Gilbert & Slavin, c1942.

Keep The Flag A’Flying America. Words and music by Mary Schaeffer and Jules Loman. New York, N.Y.: Red Star Songs, Inc., c1942.

Keep The Star Spangled Banner Unfurled. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1944.

Keep The Stars And Stripes Together. Music by Hampton Durand “Smiling” Eddie Dorr. New York, N.Y.: Greater New York Music Corp., c1941.

Keep Your Powder Dry. Music by Jule Styne. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corportaion, c1943.

Ke-Toky-i-o. By Meredith Willson and Homer Parsons. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music, Inc., c1943.

The King Is Still In London. By Roma Campbell Hunter and Hughie Charles. New York, N.Y.: Dash, Connelly, Inc., c1941.

Knit One Purl Two. Words and music by Flossy Frills and Ben Lorre. Edited by Glenn Miller. New York City: MPI Music Products, Inc., c1942.

Lalapaluza Lu. By Milton Drake, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston. New York: World Music, Inc., c1942.

Land Of The Free. Music by Noël Marchant. Berkeley, California: Melody Moderne Inc., c1941.

The Last Time I Saw Paris. Music by Jerome Kern. N.Y.C.: Chappell, c1940.

Left-Right. Music by Jule Styne. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corp., c1942.

Let Freedom Ring. By Jack Covais. New York, N.Y.: Tin Pan Alley, c1943.

Let Freedom Ring. Words and music by Linda Morini, Herbert R. Ostrow, R.H.J. Simon. New York, N.Y.: Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1941.

Let Our White House Be Our Lighthouse. Music by J. Chas. McNeil. N.Y.: Joe McDaniel Music Co., c1942.

Let Us All Sing Auld Lang Syne. By Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. New York, N.Y.: Brown & Henderson, Inc., c1945.

Let Your Mother Be Your Sweetheart. By Perley G. Hawkes. Norfolk Downs, Mass.: Perley G. Hawkes, c1940.

Let’s All Say A Prayer Tonight. By Steve Nelson. New York, N.Y.: Rainbow Music Publishers, c1943.

Let’s Be True To The U.S.A. By Nunzio Alba. Providence, Rhode Island: Alba Music Publishing Company, c1941.

Let’s Bring New Glory To Old Glory. Music by Harry Warren. New York City: Mayfair Music Corp., c1942.

Let’s Get Goin’. By Glen Hurley. New York City: Bomart Music Corp., c1942.

Let’s Get Off. By Annie Laurie Trousdale. N.Y.: McDonald Music Co., c1943.

Let’s Get Together. Music by Geoffrey O’Hara. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1941.

Let’s Go! U.S.A. Music by Clarence Lauer and Will Hays. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1941.

Let’s Keep A “V” In Ev’ry Heart. Music and lyrics by Al Lewis, Larry Stock & Vincent Rose. N.Y.C.: Chappell, c1941.

Let’s Put The Axe To the Axis. Music by Paul Mann and Stephan Weiss. New York, N.Y.: Paramount Music Corporation, c1941.

Let’s Say A Prayer. Music by Charles Farrow. Boston, Mass.: Bay State Music Co., c1942.

Let’s Sing A Song Of America. By Renee Wright. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1942.

Let’s Sing A Victory Song. By LaVerne Donley. Aurora, Illinois: Sucess Music Co., c1945.

Liberty Under God. By John Sacco. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1942

Lili Marlene. By Phil Park. American version by Mack David. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.

Little Bo-Peep Has Lost Her Jeep. By Jerry Bowne and Frank DeVol. New York, N.Y.: Peer International Corp., c1942.

The Little Brown Suit My Uncle Bought Me. By Harold Rome. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1943.

A Little Old Church In England. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1941.

Little War Child. By Harold Webster Cate. Boston, Mass.: The Composer’s Publishing Co., c1940.

London Pride. By Noel Coward. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co.,Inc., c1941.

Long Live America. By Willie Smith and Nick Kenny. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1942.

Long Live America. By Lewis A. Bedard. Westwood, Mass.: Lewis A. Bedard, c1943.

Look Homeward, America. By Richard Malaby. New York: G. Schirmer, c1940.

Look Out Below. By Fred Waring and Jack Dolph. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music, Inc., c1942.

Lords Of The Air. Words and music by Michael North & Davy Burnaby. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1939.

 


VOLUME 7 (M-O)

Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie. By Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb. New York City: Loeb- Lissauer, Inc., c1941.

The Major And The Minor. Words and music By Redd Evans and Earl Bostic. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corp., c1942.

Making Hay For The U.S. A. By Charles W. Lombard. Boston, Mass.: Lombard Music Co., c1943.

March For The New Infantry. Music by Dick Uhl. New York City: Embassy Music Corporation, c1943.

Make With The Bullets, Benny. Words and music by Frank Davis, Win Brookhouse, Sam Braverman, Chas. Cody. New York, N.Y.: Cherio Music Publishers Inc., c1942.

March Of The Volunteers. Music by Nieh-Erh. Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1943.

March On, America. Music by Majorie Elliott. Chicago: The Raymond A. Hoffman Co., c1944.

Marching Song Of Freedom. Music by Carroll Hollister. New York: Carl Fischer, c1942.

Marching To Berlin And To Tokyo. [By] F. A. Russo. Melrose, Mass.: The Eolian Music Service: c1945.

May The Angels Be With You. By Marty Symes, Sunny Skylar and Al Kaufman. New York, N.Y.: Barton Music Corp., c1944.

Me And My Uncle Sam. By William A. Dillon. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1941.

Mechs Of The Air Corps. By Bob Crawford. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

The Mem’ry Of This Dance. Words and music by Bob Effros and Ben Selvin. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1942.

Men, Come Along. By Frank La Forge. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1943.

The Men Of The Merchant Marine. By Fred Waring and Jack Dolph. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music, Inc., c1942.

Men Of The Open Sea. By Harold Webster Cate. Boston, Mass.: The Composer’s Publishing Co., c1942.

Merchantmen. Music by Frederick Coles. Boston, Mass.: R. D. Row Music Co., c1942.

A Merry American Christmas. Music by Ruth Cleary. New York, N.Y.: Mercer & Morris, Inc., c1941.

The Military Polka. By Bob Hamilton [&] Andy Amor. New York, N.Y.: Jewel Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.

Modern Cannon Ball. By A. P. Carter, Bill Boyd and Earl Nunn. New York, N.Y.: Peer International Corporation, c1942.

Move It Over. By Sunny Skylar. New York City: Santly-Joy Inc., c1942.

Mow The Japs Down! Arranged by John Royce. Chicago: Hall & McCreary Company, c1942.

Mud In His Ears. By Mac Weaver and Joseph C. Banahan. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., 1942.

Mussolini’s Letter To Hitler. By Carson J. Robison. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

My Beloved Is Rugged. By Seger Ellis. N.Y.C.: ABC Music Corporation, c1942.

My Boy’s Prayer. By Albert W. Haberstro. Boston, Mass.: The Victory Publishing Company, c1942.

My British Buddy. By Irving Berlin. New York: This Is The Army Inc., c1943.

My Daddy. By Harold Potter and Rrod Eddie. New York: Edwards Music Co., c1945.

My Great, Great, Grandfather. By Edna Fischer and Al Garman. Hollywood, Calif.: Tele Mus, c1942.

My Guy’s Come Back. Music by Mel Powell. New York: Peter Maurice Inc., c1945.

My Heart Belongs To A Sailor. Music by Del Beeman and Jay Johnson. New York, N.Y.: Peer International Corporation, c1944.

My Heart’s In America. Words and music by Olsen and Johnson, Jay Levison, Ray Evans. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.

My Kind Of People. Music by Jesse Greer. N.Y.C.: Rytvoc Inc., c1943.

My Old American Home. By Dan Shapiro, Jerry Seelen, Lester Lee. New York City: Cameron Music Co., c1941.

My Own America. By Allie Wrubel. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1941.

My Pledge Of Allegiance. Music by Bernard Berquist. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music Inc., c1940.

My Sargeant And I Are Buddies. By Irving Berlin. New York: This Is The Army Inc., c1942.

My Soldier Boy So Far Away. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Ill.: c1944.

Navy Airmen. by Carl Frangkiser. New York: Belwin Inc., c1943.

The Navy Hymn. Music by J.B. Dykes. Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1943.

Navy Wings. Words and music by Ranny Weeks and Bernie Fazioli. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

Nimitz and Halsey and Me! Music by Ralph Barnhart. New York, N.Y.: Robbins Music Corporation, c1945.

1942 Turkey In The Straw. By Carson J. Robison. New York Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

No Love, No Nothin’. Music by Harry Warren. New York, N.Y.: Triangle Music Corporation, c1943,

No More Toujours L’Amour. Music by Hoagy Carmichael. New York: Burke & Van Heusen Inc., c1945.

Ode To A Marine. Music by Josef Myrow. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1943.

Ode To The Statue Of Liberty. Music by Walter Aschenbrenner and Frances Harley. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

Oh! My Achin’ Back. Words and music by Willie Shore, Fred Astaire, Morey Amsterdam. New York: Leo Feist Inc., c1945.

Oh, Pray For Peace. Music by May H. Brahe. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., c1939.

O Sailor Boy, By Fraser Gange. New York: Harold Flammer, c1942.

Oh! They’re Makin’ Me All Over In The Army. By Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup. New York, N.Y.: Mercer & Morris, Inc., c1940.

Off The Shores Of Somewhere. Music by Sigmund Romberg. New York, N.Y.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.

Old Father Neptune. By Catherine R. Dunn. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briggel Inc., c1944.

Old Glory I Saulute You. By Vaughn De Leath. New York: Carl Fischer Inc., c1929.

Old Glory You’re The Grandest Flag. Music by Arthur Allen. Boston, Mass.: Hub Publishing Company, c1941.

On Freedom’s Wings. Music by Walter Golde. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1943.

On, On, To Victory. By Martha Wellington. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briegel Inc., c1944.

On The Old Assembly Line. Music by Ray Henderson. New York, N.Y.: Green Bros. & Knight Inc., c1942.

One For All-All For One. Music by Maxwell Rich. New York, N.Y.: Educational Music Division Irving Berlin Inc., c1941.

Our Country. [By] Jacques Wolfe. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1942.

Our Faith Shall Live. Music by Leo A. Kempinski. New York: Carl Fischer, c1943.

Our Glorious America. By Kenneth S. Clark. New York: Paull-Pioneer, c1939.

Our Soldiers. By Verdun F. Tritch. Philadelphia, Pa.: E. B. Swisher, c1942.

Over There. Music by Chick Floyd. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1939.

 


VOLUME 8 (P-S)

Paris Will Be Paris Once Again. Words and music by Jack Rosenberg, Paul Cunningham, Ira Schuster. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation, c1944.

Patriotic Rhythm. By Abel Baer and Lou Handman. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc., c1942.

Please Touch My Daddy’s Star Again And Change It Back To Blue. Music by Clarence Brandon. New York: Vogel Music Co., Inc., c1944.

The Pledge. Music by Joseph Wagner. Boston: C.C. Birchard and Company, c1940.

Pledge Of Allegiance. By Arthur Bergh. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1941.

Pledge To The Flag. By Albert Hay Malotte. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1940.

Pony Boy Is In The Army Now. Lyric and music by Gene & Clenn and Gloomy. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation, c1942.

Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition!! By Frank Loesser. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corp., c1942.

Prayer For The Men Who Fly. By Russell Wragg. New York, N.Y.: Galaxy Music Corporation, c1939.

Private Buckaroo. Music by Allie Wrubel. New York, N.Y.: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., c1942.

The Private’s Song. By Frank D. Gage. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co., Inc., c1943.

Put Another Chair At The Table. By Richard Nelson [&] Cecil Gant. New York: Leeds Music, c1945.

Put Another Nail In Hitler’s Coffin! Music by Ted Mossman. New York City: Fanfare Music Co., c1942.

The Ramparts We Watch. Music by W. Gordon Beecher. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1940.

A Real American. Music by Frederick V. Bowers. Chicago, Ill.: Will Rossiter, c1940.

Red, White And Blue. By Russ Magnus. New York: Edwards Music Co., c1944.

The Regimental Polka. By George E. Banbury. New York, N.Y.: George F. Briegel, Inc., c1943.

Remember Hawaii. By Meredith Willson. New York City: Mayfair Music Corp., c1942.

Remember Pearl Harbor. Music by Don Reid and Sammy Kaye. New York: Republic Music Corporation, c1941.

The Rhythm Is Red An’ White An’ Blue. Music by Al Moss. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1940.

Ridin’ Hero On A Cloud. By Perry Botkin, Bernie Schwartz, Jon Bushallow, Jr. Hollywood, Calif.: Sauders Publications, c1942.

Ring Out Big Ben. Music by Jack Shilkret & Marilyn Barry. New York: Michael Keane, Inc., c1943.

The Road To Victory. By Frank Loesser. Hollywood, Calif.: Saunders Publications, c1943.

Rodger Young. By Frank Loesser. New York, N.Y.: Bob Miller, Inc., c1945.

Roll Tanks Roll. By Fred Waring and Jack Dolph. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music, Inc., c1942.

A Rookie And His Rhythm. Music by James V. Monaco. New York, N.Y.: Edwin H. Morris & Compnay, c1943.

Rose Ann Of Charing Cross. Music by Mabel Wayne. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., c1942.

Rosie The Riveter. Words and music by Redd Evans & John Jacob Loeb. New York, N.Y.: Paramount Music Corporation, c1942.

The Sailor With The Navy Blue Eyes. By Irving Taylor, Vic Mizzy, Al Hoffman. Holloywood, Calif., c1940.

Sailors Of The Sky. By Cole Porter. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.

Savin’ Myself For Bill. By Vick Knight. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1942.

Say A Pray’r For The Boys Over There. Music by Jimmy McHugh. New York, N.Y.: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1943.

Seeds For Victory And Peace. Music by Frederic Fay Swift. New York: Belwin Inc., c1944.

Semper Paratus. By Francis S. Van Boskerck. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1938.

The Sentry’s Prayer. Music by Anton Bilotti. New York: Carl Fischer, c1943.

Shake Hands With Your Air-Raid Warden. Words and music by Irving Caesar & Gerald Marks. New York City, N.Y.: Irving Caesar, c1942. [Bound with: When You Hear The Sirens Blow.]

She’ll Always Remember. Words and music by Eddie Pola and Johnny Marks. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1942.

Shelter Lullaby. By Helen Thomas. Boston: Boston Music Co., c1943.

She’s My Commanding General. Music by William Friml. Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1943.

Shhh!!! It’s A Military Secret. By Alan Courtney, Earl Allvine & Walter Bishop. New York, N.Y.: Alan Courtney Music Co., c1942.

Shootin’ The Works For Uncle Sam. By Cole Porter. Clelveland: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1941.

Shout! Wherever You May Be I Am An American. Words and music by Paul Cunningham, Ira Schuster and Leonard Whitcup. New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1940.

Show Your Medals, Mother Malone. By Nat Burton, Irving Gordon, Arthur Altman. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1943.

Shut My Mouth (I Ain’t Talkin’). By Frances Faye, Ruthe Bryer, Roslyn Hershenson. N.Y.: Edward B. Marks, c1942.

Silver Wings In The Moonlight. Words and music by Hugh Charles, Leo Towers, Sonny Miller. New York, N.Y.: Miller Music Corporation, c1943.

Sing! Sing! Sing! Music by John Sacco. Boston, Mass.: Boston Music Co., c1942.

Six Jerks In A Jeep. By Sid Robin. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1942.

Sky Anchors. By Fred Waring. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music Publishers, c1942.

A Slip Of The Lip Can Sink A Ship. By Luther Henderson Jr. and Mercer Ellington. New York, N.Y., c1942.

Smoke On The Water. By Earl Nunn and Zeke Clements. Chicago: Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc., c1943.

A Soldier Dreams (Of You Tonight). Music by Cliff Friend. New York: M. Witmark & Sons., c1942.

Soldier Let Me Read Your Letter. Words and music by Pat Fallon, Tim Pasma, Sidney Lippman. New York: N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1942.

A Soldier Speaks. Music by Peter De Rose. New York, N.Y.: Robins Music Corporation, c1944.

Soldier, What Did You See? Music by Norman Söreng Wright. New York: R. L. Huntzinger, Inc., c1943.

A Soldier’s Leave. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1944.

A Soldier’s Prayer. By Victor P. Frangipane. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co. Inc., c1942.

Soldiers Of God. Music by Ben Machan. New York: Remick Music Corporation, c1944.

Some Chicken. By E. Lillian Severance. [S.l]: E. Lillian Severance, c1942.

Something For The Boys. By Cole Porter. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co., c1942.

Son O’Mine. Words and music by William Post and Pierre Norman. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society, Inc., c1943.

The Son Of A Gun Who Picks On Uncle Sam. Music by Burton Lane. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co., c1942.

Song Of America. By Bob Bertram. New York, N.Y.: Whitney Blake Music Publishers, c1942.

Song Of Freedom. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1942.

The Song Of Liberation. Music by Shostakovich; adaptation by D. J. Grunes. New York, N.Y.: Russian-American Music Publishers, Inc., c1944.

Song Of The A.A.A. Music by W.O. Henry Johnson. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., c1933.

Song Of The Army Nurse Corps. Music by Lou Singer. New York: Leeds Music, c1944.

Song Of The Army Transporatation Corps. By Herman Huppfeld. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.

Song Of The Bombardiers. Music by M. K. Jerome. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1943.

Song Of The Devil Dogs. Music by Vic Mizzy. New York: Santly-Joy, Inc., c1942.

The Song Of The Fighting Marines. Music by Ernie Burnett and Clarke Van Ness. New York, N.Y.: Standard Music Publications, Inc., c1936.

The Song Of The Free. Music by Kurt Weill. New York City: Chappell & Co., Inc., c1942.

Song Of The G S O. Music by Ethel Grevert. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

Song Of The Infantry. By Hal Walker. Philadelphia, Pa.: J. W. Pepper & Son, Inc., c1942.

Song Of The Refugee. Music by Belle Fenstock. New York: Carl Fischer, c1942.

The Song Of The Seabees. Music by Peter De Rose. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1942.

Song Of The Signal Corps. By Bess Heath Olmstead. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1943.

The Song Of Victory. By Albert W. Haberstro. Boston, Mass.: The Victory Publishing Company, c1942. [Bound with: My Boy’s Prayer.]

The Spirit Of Aberdeen. Music by Arthur Allen. Boston, Mass.: Evans Music Co., c1942.

Spread Your Wings. By Albert Hay Malotte. New York: G Schirmer, Inc., c1943.

Stalin Wasn’t Stallin’. By Willie Johnson. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1943.

Stand By America. By Wilfred H. Baetz. Arranged by Del Rodriquez. Boston, Mass.: Barod Publication, c1943.

Stand by the Navy. Music by Daniel Wolf. New York: Harold Flammer, Inc., c1943.

The Stars And Stripes Of Liberty. By Daniel Reed and Avelyn M. Kerr. Chicago, Ill.: Harmony Music Publishers, c1942.

Stars And Stripes On Iwo Jima. Words and music by Bob Wills and Cliff Johnsen. Hollywood, Calif.: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., c1945.

Straighten Up And Fly Right. Words and music by Nat (King) Cole and Irving Mills. New York City: American Academy of Music Inc., c1944.

The Sweetheart’s Manual Of Arms. By Eli Dawson, Ian Donez and Bernie Bierman. New York City: Top Hat Music Co., c1942.

 


VOLUME 9 (T)

Tank Destroyer Men. By Thomas Denny. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

Taps. Music by Jacob Weinberg. New York, N.Y.: Transcontinental Music Corporation, c1945.

Tell It To The Marines. Music by George Dunning. N.Y.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.

Ten Days With Baby. Music by James Monaco. New York, N.Y.: Begman, Vocco and Conn. Inc., c1944.

Ten Little Gremlins. Music by Alice Wilcox. New York City, N.Y.: Wilcox Music Publishing Company, c1944.

Ten Little Soldiers. Music by Abner Silver. New York City: Lincoln Music Corp., c1942.

Tess’s Torch Song. Music by Harold Arlen. New York: Harms Inc., c1943.

Thank You America. Music by Walter Jurmann. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1941.

Thank Your Lucky Stars And Stripes. Music by Jimmy Van Heusen. New York, N.Y.: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1941.

Thanks To The Yanks. Words and music by Bob Howk, Jack Meakin, Robert Sour. New York City: Remick Music Corporation, c1945.

That Old Glory May Keep Flying. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1944.

That Russian Winter. By Irving Berlin. New York: This Is The Army Inc., c1942.

That Soldier Of Mine. Music by Matt Dennis. New York City, N.Y.: National Music Corporation, c1942.

That Star-Spangled Baby Of Mine. Music Renee Dietrich Wright. N.Y.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1941.

That’s The Infantry. Music by Dorothy Godfrey. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1943.

Then-Now-Forever. Music by Leo Edwards. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1940.

There Are No Wings On A Fox-Hole. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Edwin H. Morris & Company Inc., c1944.

There Is A Fellow Worth Waiting For. By Lester Docking. Detroit, Mich.: Echoes of Victory Music Pub’g Co., c1943.

There Won’t Be A Shortage Of Love. By Carmen Lombardo [&] John Jacob Loeb. New York: Leo Feist Inc., c1942.

There’ll Always Be A U.S.A. Music by Irving Epstein. New York City: Embassy Music Corporation, c1942.

There’ll Be A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin. By Joe Bushkin and John De Vries. New York, N.Y.: Barton Music Corp., c1943.

There’ll Be A Jubilee. By Phil Moore. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1943.

There’ll Be A Yankee Christmas. By Louis Alter and Paul Francis Webster. New York, N.Y.: Chas. K. Harris Music Pub. Co. Inc., c1944.

There’ll Never Be A Black-Out In My Heart For You. By Don Ramsay. Boston, Mass. Blue Bird Music, c1944.

There’s a Blue Star Shining Bright. By Jack Foy, John Ravencroft, Ira Bastow, George Howard. New York: ABC Music Corporation, c1943.

There’s A Cowboy Ridin’ Thru The Sky. Music by Michael Carr. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1942.

There’s A Fella Waitin’ In Poughkeepsie. Music by Harold Arlen. New York, N.Y.: Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1944.

There’s A Flag That I Love. By Einar C. K. Arnild. New York: Harold Flammer Publisher, c1941.

There’s A New Flag On Iwo Jima. Music by Jimmy McHugh. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1945.

There’s A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere. By Paul Roberts and Shelby Darnell. New York City: Bob Miller Inc., c1942.

There’s An `FDR’ In Freedom. By Clarence Kelley, Frank H. Stanton and Bob Matthews. New York: Nationwide Songs Inc., c1942.

There’s No Ceiling On Love. Words and music by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb. New York: Melrose Music Corp., c1943.

There’s No Yellow In The Red White And Blue. Words and music by Bert Salter, Lou, Shelly & Bette Cannon. N.Y.C., N.Y.: Maurray Singer Music Publishing Co., c1942.

There’s Somebody Waiting For Me. By Carrie Jacobs-Bond. Boston, Mass.: The Boston Music Co., c1942.

They Live Forever. Music by Jacques Wolfe. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., c1942.

They Looked So Pretty On The Envelope. Music by Jay Gorney. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music, c1944.

They Started Somethin’. Music and lyrics by Ernest Gold, Robert Sour, Don McCray. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music Inc., c1942.

They’re Either Too Young Or Too Old. Music by Arthur Schwartz. New York City: M. Witmark & Sons, c1943.

The Things That Make A Soldier Great. Music by Ruth Prosser. New York: Prosser Music Publishing Co., c1943.

The Things That Mean So Much To Me. Music by Bernie Wayne. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music Inc., c1943.

Think Of The Joy When The Boys Come Home. By H. Roe Goulding. Boston, Mass.: H. Roe Goulding, c1918.

This Is God’s War. Music by Baldwin Bergersen. New York: Associated Music Publishers, c1942.

This Is My Country. By Don Raye and Al Jacobs. New York, N.Y.: Words Music, c1940.

This Is Our Side Of The Ocean. By Geo. M. Cohan. New York: Vogel Music Co. Inc., c1940.

This Is The Army, Mr. Jones. By Irving Berlin. New York: This Is The Army Inc., c1942.

This Is Worth Fighting For. Words and music by Edgar De Lange and Sam H. Stept. N.Y.: Harms Inc., c1942.

This Time. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1942.

Three Cheers For Our President. Music by Joe Davis. New York: Joe Davis, c1942.

Three Little Sisters. Music by Vic Mizzy. New York City: Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1942.

‘Til Reveille. Words and music by Stanley Cowan and Bobby Worth. Hollywood, Calif.: Melody Lane Publications Inc., c1941.

Till The Lights Of London Shine Again. By Tommy Connor and Eddie Pola. New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1939.

Till The Sun Shines Thru Again. Words and music by Charles Farrow Jr. and Charlie Friedman. Boston, Mass.: Bay State Music Co., c1942.

Till Then. Words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Guy Wood. New York City: Sun Music Co. Inc., c1944.

The Time Is Now. By Fred Waring. New York, N.Y.: Words and Music Inc., c1943.

Time’s A-Wastin’. Words and music by Olsen & Johnson, Jay Levison & Ray Evans. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music Inc., c1941.

A Tiny Little Voice. Words and music by Kay Twomey, Allan Roberts, Fred Spielman. New York City: Sun Music Co. Inc., c1944.

To Mother. Music by Asta Váska and Emile Floris. New York City: Asta Váska, c1944.

Treat ‘Em Rough, Soldier Boy! By Albert Hay Malotte. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1942.

The Trek Song. By Harry Parr-Davies. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1938.

$21 A Day-Once A Month. Music by Felix Bernard. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1941.

 


VOLUME 10 (U-V-W)

The U.S. Engineers. By Ralph Matesky. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1942.

The U.S. Engineers “Fight” Song. Music by Dorothy Godfrey. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1942.

Uncle Sam Gets Around. Music by Ralph Rainger. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1941.

Uncle Sam Goes To Town. By George L. Cobb. Boston, Mass.: Walter Jacobs Inc., c1942.

Uncle Sammy Here I Am. Words & music by F. E. Miller, James P. Johnson, Clarence Williams. New York City: Clarence Williams Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1941.

Uncle Sam’s Lullaby. Music and lyrics by Lew Brown, Chas. Tobias, Sam H. Stept. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1939.

The United Nations. By D. Shostakovitch. New York, N.Y.: Am-Rus Music Corporation, c1942.

The Unknown Soldier’s Song. [By] Handel. Arrangement by Paul Kerby. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

“V” Calls For Victory. Music by Wm. Ortmann; based on Beethoven’s main theme of the V. Symphony. N.Y.: Braun Music Co., c1941.

V For Victory. By Robert Elmore and Robert B. Reed. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., c1942.

The “V” Song. By Saxie Dowell and Bill Livingston. New York, N.Y.: Dash, Connelly Inc., c1941.

“V” To Victory. Music by Henry W. Geiger. New York: Michael Keane Inc., c1941.

Victory Cavalcade. Words and music by T. Reg. Sloan. Hamilton, Canada: Primogram Publishers, c1940.

Vict’ry Polka. Music by Jule Styne. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943.

Viva Roosevelt! Music by Xavier Cugat. N.Y.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, c1942.

The Voice Of America. Music by David W. Guion. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1942.

The WAC Hymn. By Frank Loesser. New York City: Famous Music Corporation, c1944.

Wait For Me Mary. By Charlie Tobias, Nat Simon, Harry Tobias. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1942.

Wake Up America. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. Aurora, Illinois: Success Music Co., c1944.

Waltzing Matilda. Music by Marie Cowan. New York: Carl Fischer, c1941.

Watch Your Uncle March. Music by Leo and Hector Richard. [S.l.]: N.W. Howard, c1943.

Wave The Flag. By Al Sherman. Arr. by Henry Lasker. [S.l.]: Al Sherman, c1940.

We Are Americans Too. Words and music by Andy Razaf, Eubie Blake and Chas. L. Cooke. New York, N.Y.: Handy Brothers Music Co. Inc., c1941.

We Did It Before And We Do It Again. By Cliff Friend [&] Charlie Tobias. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1941.

We Fight For Peace. By Bruno Huhn. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1944.

We Hate To Leave. Music by Jule Styne. New York, N.Y.: Leo Feist Inc., c1944.

We Like It Over Here. Music by Arthur Schwartz. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1940.

We Must Be Vigilant. Music adapted by Joseph A. Burke. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn Inc., c1942.

We Mustn’t Say Goodbye. Music by James V. Monaco. New York, N.Y.: Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1943.

We Oughta Have The Girls. Music by Bob Byron. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., c1941.

Weep No More, My Darlin’. Words and music by Elton Britt and Irmgard Erik Baker. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation, c1944.

Welcome Home. Words and music by Tommy Tucker, Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1944.

We’ll Always Remember Pearl harbor. Words and music by Alfred Bryan, Willie Raskin and Gerald Marks. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music, c1941.

We’ll Be Singing Halelujah Marching Thru Berlin. Music by Harry Miller. New York City: MPI Music Products, Inc., c1942.

We’ll Meet Again. Words and music by Ross Parker [&] Hughie Charles. New York: World Music Inc., c1943.

We’ll Win Through-We Always Do. Music by Vic Mizzy. N.Y.C.: Santly-Joy-Select Inc., c1942.

We’re All Americans. By James T. Mangan. Chicago, Ill.: Bell Music Company, c1940.

We’re All In It. By Harold G. Hoffman, Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup. New York: Broadway Music Corporation, c1942.

We’re All Together Now. Words and music by Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corporation, c1939.

We’re Gonna Have To Slap, The Dirty Little Jap. By Bob Miller. New York, N.Y.: Bob Miller Inc., c1941.

We’re In The Navy. Words and music by Don Raye [&] Gene de Paul. New York City: Leeds Music Corp., c1941.

We’re In To Win. By Morris Orenstein. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1942.

We’re On Our Way. Music by Richard Rodgers. New York: Williamson Music Inc., c1944.

We’re The Girls Of Uncle Sam. By C. Paul Herfurth. New York: Carl Fischer, c1944.

We’re The Guys Who Shoot Supplies. Words and music by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn Inc., c1943.

 


VOLUME 11 (W cont’d-Z)

We’ve Gor A Job To Do. By Vick Knight. [S.l.]: Nathaniel Shilkret Music Co. Inc., 1942.

We’ve Got The Lord On Our Side. Music by Jimmy McHugh. New York, N.Y.: Robbins Music Corporation, c1943.

We’ve Got To Do A Job On The Japs, Baby. Words and music by Edgar Leslie, Abel Baer and George W. Meyer. New York, N.Y.: Bregman, Vocco and Conn Inc., c1942.

We’ve Just Begun To Fight. Words & music by Don Reid & Henry Tobias. New York, N.Y.: Mutual Music Society Inc., c1942.

Whaddaya Say We’re On Our Way. By Mark H. Hindsley. New York: Carl Fischer, c1943.

What A Day. Music by Burton Lane. New York, N.Y.: Paramount Music Corporation, c1944.

What Does A Soldier Dream Of? By Dave Franklin. New York, N.Y.: Edwin H. Morris & Company, c1942.

When My Boy Comes Home. Music by Albert Hay Malotte. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1944.

When That Man Is Dead And Gone. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1941.

When The Boys Come Home. Music by Harold Arlen. New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1944.

When The Boys And Girls Come Marching Home. By C. W. Vinson. Toronto, Can.: Canadian Music Sales Corp. Ltd., c1945.

When The Empire Gets Together. Music by Geoffrey O’Hara. New York: Boosey & Hawkes Inc., c1940.

When The Lights Go On Again. By Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjemen. New York: Campbell, Loft & Porgie Inc., c1942.

When The Roses Bloom Again. Music by Walter Kent. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., c1942.

When The Yanks Come Sailing Home. By Joe Hughes. Cambridge, Mass.: University Music Publishers. Boston, Mass.: H. N. Homeyer & Co., c1942.

When The Yanks Go Marching In. From an old Spiritual by Woody Guthrie [&] Earl Robinson. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1943.

When They Sound The Last All Clear. Words and music by Hugh Charles and Lewis Elton. New York, N.Y.: Dash, Connelly Inc., c1941.

When This Crazy World Is Sane Again. By Irving Berlin. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1941.

When You Hear The Sirens Blow. By Irving Caesar and Gerald Marks. New York: Irving Caesar, c1942.

When You Put On That Old Blue Suit Again. By Robert Sour, Floria West and Gordon Andrews. New York, N.Y.: Broadcast Music Inc., c1944.

The White Cliffs Of Dover. Music by Walter Kent. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., c1941.

Who Wants War. Music by R. Martino. Boston, Mass.: Eastern Music Company, [c194-].

Why Do They Call A Private A Private. By Frank Loesser and Peter Lind Hayes. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corporation, c1944.

Winged Victory. By Lillian Hamilton Thornquist. New York: G. Schirmer Inc., c1942.

Wings Of Gold. Words and music by Guy E. Wyatt and Joseph F. Hewitt. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1942.

Wings Over America. Music by Leo Edwards. New York: Belwin Inc., c1939.

Wings To Victory. Music by Rod Lehigh. New York City, N.Y.: Famous Music Corporation, c1941.

With A Pack On His Back. By Duke Leonard, Jimmy Dupre and Curley Mahr. New York, N.Y.: Harry Tenney Inc., c1942.

With My Head In The Clouds. By Irving Berlin. New York: This Is The Army Inc., c1942.

The Woman Of The Year. By Ann Ronell. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1943. [Title page incorrectly reads: The Women Of The Year].

Wonder When My Baby’s Coming Home. Words and music by Kermit Goell and Arthur Kent. New York: Crawford Music Corporation, c1942.

Wrap Your Dreams In The Red White And Blue. Music by J. Fred Coots. N.Y.C.: ABC Music Corporation, c1940.

A Yank And A Tank. By Everett Bentley. New York: Carl Fischer, c1943.

Yankee Doodle Ain’t Doodlin’ Now. By Pearl Fein. New York, N.Y.: Irving Berlin Inc., c1942.

The Yankee Doodle Polka. Music by Vernon Duke. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, c1940.

The Yankee Doodle Spirit. By Oliver Wallace and Cliff Edwards. N.Y.C.: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., c1942.

A Yankee Doodle Tan. Music by J. C. Johnson. New York: Broadway Music Corporation, c1942.

A Yankee Mother’s Prayer. Music by Murray Mencher. New York, N.Y.: Harry Tenney Inc., c1942.

The Yankees Are Coming. Music by Eddie Keenan. Bridgeport, Conn.: Keenan’s Music Service, c1942.

The Yanks Are Comin’ Again. By Al Frazzini. Boston, Mass.: Boston Music Co., c1942.

The Yanks Are Coming. By Harry Seymour. N.Y.C.: Chappell & Co. Inc., c1942.

You Buy ‘Em We’ll Fly ‘Em. By Wilfred H. Baetz. Arranged by Del Rodriquez. Boston, Mass.: Barod, c1943.

You Can Always Tell A Yank. Music by Burton Lane. New York, N.Y.: Remick Music Corporation, c1944.

You Can’t Get That No More. By Louis Jordan [&] Sam Theard. New York: Leeds Music Corp., c1944.

You Can’t Say No To A Soldier. Music by Harry Warren. New York City: Mayfair Music Corp., c1943.

You’ll Be Sorr-ee! By Ellis P. Taylor. Philadelphia, Pa.: Elkan-Vogel Co. Inc., c1943.

You’ll Never Be Blue In A Blue Uniform. By John Redmond. New York City: Bob Miller Inc., c1943.

Your Flag And Mine. By Benny Davis, Harry Akst, Larry Spier. New York, N.Y.: Larry Spier Inc., c1940.

Your’re A Lucky Fellow Mr. Smith. By Don Raye, Sonny Burke, Hughie Prince. New York City: Leeds Music Corp., c1941.

You’re A Sap, Mister Jap. Words and music by James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Nat Simon. New York, N.Y.: Mills Music Inc., c1941.

You’re On The Right Side Of The Ocean. By Charles McCarthy, John Redmond, Bob Miller. New York: Bob Miller Inc., c1938.

Youth On Parade. Music by Geoffrey O’Hara. Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co., c1939.