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First line/ Refrain: 'Tis just one year ago to day, that I remember well (first line of text)
Title: Poor old slave
Composer: Griffin, G. W. H. (George W. H.)
Publisher: G.P. Reed & Co.
Date: 1851

First line/ Refrain: 'Twas in a southern grove I dwelt (first line of text)
Title: Young folks at home
Composer: Livingston, Hattie
Publisher: Gould & Berry
Date: 1852

First line/ Refrain: 'Twas on one dark and stormy night when the wind was blowing cold and fast (first line of text)
Title: If you don't change your living, that's the way you'll die
Composer: Bivins, Nathan
Publisher: Nathan Bivins
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: Talk about a coon a having trouble (first line of text)
Title: All coons look alike to me
Composer: Hogan, Ernest
Publisher: M. Witmark
Date: 1896

First line/ Refrain: Talk about your Arabian nights (first line of text)
Title: When it's night time in Dixie Land
Composer: Berlin, Irving
Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: Talk of yo' looney coons (first line of text)
Title: Wild cherries : (coony, spoony rag)
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: Ted Snyder Co.
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: Talk of yuh cake walk winners dere's none like 'Liza Skinner (first line of chorus)
Title: Liza Skinner : the cake walk winner
Composer: Moray, N. H.
Publisher: Zickel Bros.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: Tell me what you does with all your money, says Phoebe (first line of text)
Title: Phoebe : an Ethiopian lullaby
Composer: Mack, Andrew
Publisher: T.B. Harms & Co.
Date: 1894

First line/ Refrain: Tell me, brother tell me what's this all about (first line of text)
Title: Mammy Jinny's jubilee
Composer: Muir, Lewis F.
Publisher: F. A. Mills
Date: 1913

First line/ Refrain: Tell me, tell me, who is that little girl in blue (first line of text)
Title: Bo-Peep : song
Composer: Cook, Doc
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: Thar is gwine to be a festival this evenin' (first line of text)
Title: My gal is a high born lady : song and chorus
Composer: Fagan, Barney
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1896

First line/ Refrain: That Eve stole first and Adam second (first line of chorus)
Title: Brother Noah gave out checks for rain
Composer: Longbrake, Arthur
Publisher: Jos. Morris
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: That gal of mine she is a perfect lady (first line of text)
Title: You don't stop the world from going round
Composer: Hylands, Fred
Publisher: Hylands, Spencer & Yeager
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: That man Adam was the luckiest man (first line of chorus)
Title: Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man : but Adam had him beat a mile
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: Shapiro
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: That quaint Saint Vitus rag (first line of chorus)
Title: The Saint Vitus rag : song
Composer: Johnson, J. Rosamond (John Rosamond)
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1912

First line/ Refrain: That tragedy was on the wane there's not the slightest doubt (first line of text)
Title: Julie
Composer: Schwartz, Jean
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co.
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: Then cheer up Sally do (first line of chorus)
Title: Good bye Sally dear
Composer: Howard, Frank
Publisher: O. Ditson
Date: 1849

First line/ Refrain: There ain't a goin' to be a bit of fancy dancin' (first line of chorus)
Title: Below the Mason-Dixon line
Composer: Reed, David
Publisher: Maurice Shapiro
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: There are two eyes to which the sun can not new luster lend (first line of text)
Title: Two eyes
Composer: Johnson, J. Rosamond (John Rosamond)
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: There is a yaller gal, she lives up yonder (first line of text)
Title: She certainly looks good to me
Composer: Bivins, Nathan
Publisher: Howley, Haviland & Dresser
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: There is no flag unfurled to the breeze that looks so good to me (first line of text)
Title: We'll stand by our flag and the U.S.A.
Composer: Guy, Harry P.
Publisher: John W. Goodson
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: There lived in a town with a great long name (first line of text)
Title: Four little curly headed coons
Composer: Wheeler, J. W. (James W.)
Publisher: S. W. Blair
Date: 1889

First line/ Refrain: There was a coon named Jackson had an awful disposition (first line of text)
Title: My friend from my home
Composer: Douglas, Fred
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: There was once a soldier boy (first line of text)
Title: Aw Sammie!
Composer: O'Hara, Geoffrey
Publisher: Leo Feist, Inc.
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: There'll be some celebration for Mandy and me (first line of chorus)
Title: Mandy and me : song
Composer: Gumble, Albert
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: There's a charming dark eyed little lassie that I know (first line of text)
Title: The little gypsy maid
Composer: Cook, Will Marion
Publisher: Harry von Tilzer
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: There's a land that is so far away it's near no place at all (first line of text)
Title: On the island of Koo-Koo : (a nutty novelty)
Composer: Breau, Louis
Publisher: Belwin Inc.
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: There's a little cottage standing on the Susquehanna shore (first line of chorus)
Title: The home of the girl I love
Composer: Graham, Howard
Publisher: New York Journal and Advertiser
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: There's a little pickaninny and he lives far away (first line of text)
Title: When mammy's pickaninny's fast asleep : slumber song
Composer: Martin, John
Publisher: Zickel Bros.
Date: 1898

First line/ Refrain: There's a low green valley on the old Kentucky shore (first line of text)
Title: Darling Nelly Gray
Composer: Hanby, Benjamin Russel
Publisher: Oliver Ditson
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: There's a low green valley on the old Kentucky shore (first line of text)
Title: Darling Nelly Gray : song and chorus
Composer: Hanby, Benjamin Russel
Publisher: O. Ditson
Date: 1856

First line/ Refrain: There's a saying going 'round (first line of text)
Title: I ain't got nobody much and nobody cares for me
Composer: Williams, Spencer
Publisher: McKinley Music Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: There's a saying going 'round (first line of text)
Title: I ain't got nobody much and nobody cares for me
Composer: Williams, Spencer
Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: There's a scandal in the neighborhood (first line of text)
Title: He's a cousin of mine
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: Gotham-Attucks Music Co.
Date: 1906

First line/ Refrain: There's a southern rose (first line of text)
Title: Oh! how I miss you mammy
Composer: Squires, Harry D.
Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
Date: 1920

First line/ Refrain: There's a spot in Alabama, where the birds sing all the day (first line of text)
Title: The darkey's home sweet home
Composer: Baer, Charles E.
Publisher: Jos. Morris
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: There's an old cabin on the Swanee shore (first line of text)
Title: Mandy Lane
Composer: McKenna, William J.
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1908

First line/ Refrain: They built a little garden for the rose (first line of chorus)
Title: They made it twice as nice as paradise : and they called it Dixieland : song
Composer: Whiting, Richard A.
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: They got a fiddler there that always slickens his hair, an' folks he sure do pull some bow (first line of chorus)
Title: The Memphis blues : a Southern rag
Composer: Handy, W. C. (William Christopher)
Publisher: Theron C. Bennett Co.
Date: 1913

First line/ Refrain: They say the course of true love never does run smooth (first line of text)
Title: Goodbye Lou
Composer: Friedlander, William B.
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: They tell me that I am now free (first line of text)
Title: The freedman's lament : song and chorus
Composer: Ladd, M. B.
Publisher: Horace Waters
Date: 1866

First line/ Refrain: This beautiful island of by and by where ev'rything delights the eye (first line of chorus)
Title: The island of by and by
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Gotham Attucks
Date: c1906

First line/ Refrain: This is a world where trouble never dies (first line of text)
Title: Everybody has a trouble of his own
Composer: Talbert, Harry C.
Publisher: W.A. Evans & Bro.
Date: 1885

First line/ Refrain: This world seems nothing but sorrow (first line of text)
Title: Since you went away
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Lew Berk Music Co.
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: Thou art the soul of a summer's day (first line of text)
Title: Who knows? : song
Composer: Ball, Ernest R.
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: Thou art the soul of a summer's day (first line of text)
Title: Who knows? : song
Composer: Ball, Ernest R.
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: Thou art the soul of a summer's day (first line of text)
Title: Who knows? : song
Composer: Ball, Ernest R.
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: Time to sleep and rest (first line of chorus)
Title: Little puff of smoke, good night : a southern croon
Composer: White, G. Harris
Publisher: Victor Kremer Co.
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: Time to sleep and rest (first line of chorus)
Title: Little puff of smoke, good night : a southern croon
Composer: White, G. Harris
Publisher: Victor Kremer Co.
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: Tis just a year ago today that I remember well (first line of text)
Title: Good old Jeff
Composer: Griffin, G. W. H. (George W. H.)
Publisher: G.P. Reed
Date: 1853

First line/ Refrain: Tis many a night since first we met (first line of chorus)
Title: The old pine tree : a favorite Ethiopian song
Composer: White, Charles
Publisher: Firth, Pond & Co.
Date: 1849

First line/ Refrain: Tis many a night since first we met (first line of chorus)
Title: The old pine tree
Composer: White, Charles
Publisher: Firth, Pond & Co.
Date: 1849

First line/ Refrain: Today I meets big Moses Jackson limpin' down de street (first line of text)
Title: I makes mine myself
Composer: Bowers, Robert Hood
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Date: c1921

First line/ Refrain: Tom Beasly worked in a livery barn, very seldom he went out (first line of text) When I'm promenading with my lady friend, don't notice me (first line of chorus)
Title: Don't notice me
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: F.A. Mills
Date: c1906

First line/ Refrain: Trouble :
Title: Trouble
Composer: Meakim, Fletcher
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: Trouble well I guess dat's trouble (first line of chorus)
Title: Trouble
Composer: Meakim, Fletcher
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: Tune that won the ham for that coon band
Title: A coon band contest or The tune that won the ham for that coon band
Composer: Pryor, Arthur
Publisher: Chicago American
Date: 1903, c1899

First line/ Refrain: Twang, twang de banjo rang (first line of chorus)
Title: Rosa Ginger
Composer:
Publisher: Vanderbeek's
Date: 1849

First line/ Refrain: Twas me that shot was chasing and advice I didn't need (first line of chorus)
Title: I certainly was going some
Composer: Vodery, Will H.
Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Date: c1913

First line/ Refrain: Two sweethearts courted happily for quite a while (first line of text)
Title: Some of these days
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: Two sweethearts in a country town, the neighbors say (first line of text)
Title: Some of these days
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1922

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