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First line/ Refrain: Yam will grow, de cotton blow (first line of chorus)
Title: The Negro boatman's song
Composer: Emerson, L. O. (Luther Orlando)
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co.
Date: 1862

First line/ Refrain: Yer kin talk about yer babies (first line of text)
Title: Ma rainbow coon
Composer: Sloane, A. Baldwin (Alfred Baldwin)
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: Yonder near the other shore (first line of text)
Title: Niggah loves his possum : deed he do, do, do
Composer: Dresser, Paul
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1905

First line/ Refrain: You are the belle of Philippines (first line of text)
Title: Belle of the Philippines : march-two step
Composer: Stone, Fred S.
Publisher: Whitney Warner Pub. Co.
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: You ask what makes this darkie weep (first line of text)
Title: Kittie Wells : the only correct and authorized edition
Composer: Bishop, T. Brigham (Thomas Brigham)
Publisher: S.T. Gordon
Date: 1861

First line/ Refrain: You better dry your eyes, my little coal black rose (first line of chorus)
Title: Mammy's little coal black rose : song
Composer: Whiting, Richard A.
Publisher: Remick Music Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: You better dry your eyes, my little coal black rose (first line of chorus)
Title: Mammy's little coal black rose : song
Composer: Whiting, Richard A.
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: You des take a lil' of de bluest of de skies (first line of text)
Title: Sweet Miss Mary
Composer: Neidlinger, W. H. (William Harold)
Publisher: Theodore Presser Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: You have heard of culled girls who can set your heart awhirl (first line of text)
Title: She's the real thing, my baby
Composer: Northrop, Theo. A.
Publisher: Howley, Haviland & Co.
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: You know dat Darktown was out at dat barbecue (first line of chorus)
Title: Darktown barbecue : Darktown was out at dat barbecue
Composer: Cook, Will Marion
Publisher: New York American
Date: 1905

First line/ Refrain: You lay your black kinky head in a bed on a pillow of white (first line of chorus)
Title: The pickaninnies paradise
Composer: Osborne, Nat
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: You really ought to know Miss Ambolena Snow (first line of text)
Title: Ambolena Snow : an Afro-American military ballad : song ...
Composer: Maywood, Geo. (George)
Publisher: Wickens & Co.
Date: 1896

First line/ Refrain: You remember how the Robert E. Lee used to be the ship that sailed the Mississippi (first line of text)
Title: When the Robert E. Lee : arrives in old Tennessee, all the way from gay paree
Composer: Cunningham, Paul
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: You said you loved me (first line of text)
Title: Why did you make me love you : then break my heart
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: You walk like nothin' and you talk like nothin' (first line of chorus)
Title: Nothin' from nothin' leaves you
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: F.A. Mills
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: You will miss me darling Chloe (first line of text)
Title: You'll miss me darling Chloe
Composer: Mullaly, William S.
Publisher: Frederick Blume
Date: 1881

First line/ Refrain: You'll see them dancing to banjo's ringing (first line of chorus)
Title: At the Mississippi cabaret
Composer: Gumble, Albert
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: You're an idol in my mind (first line of text)
Title: You and I : waltz song
Composer: Guy, Harry P.
Publisher: Johnny Piggott Music Pub.
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: You're so pretty (first line of chorus)
Title: You're some pretty doll
Composer: Williams, Clarence
Publisher: Shapiro & Bernstein
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: You're the sunshine of old Virginia (first line of chorus)
Title: My black Bess
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: E.T. Paull Music Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: You's ma little black baby wid a turned up nose (first line of text)
Title: A little bit o' honey
Composer: Jacobs-Bond, Carrie
Publisher: Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: You's ma sweet, sweet pertater, you's ma ripe, ripe termater (first line of chorus)
Title: A little bit o' honey
Composer: Jacobs-Bond, Carrie
Publisher: Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: You've heard of men who were "would be" sports (first line of text)
Title: Give me shelter, grub and spending change : then I'll be satisfied
Composer: Henderson, Adolph
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: You, Garfield Lee, listen to me (first line of text)
Title: Nothin' from nothin' leaves you
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: F.A. Mills
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: Your attention I ask for a while (first line of text)
Title: The yaller gal that winked at me
Composer: Hernandez, A. M.
Publisher: O. Ditson & Co.
Date: 1867

First line/ Refrain: Your presence tire me, indeed you do (first line of chorus)
Title: You aint no actor
Composer: O'Brien, Neil
Publisher: Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.
Date: 1902

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