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First line/ Refrain: 'Cause my hair is curly (first line of chorus)
Title: That's why they call me Shine
Composer: Dabney, Ford T.
Publisher: Gotham-Attuck Music Co.
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: Cabin stands upon the stream (first line of chorus)
Title: Juney at the gate : a popular Ethiopian ballad
Composer: Bull, Ole
Publisher: Lee & Walker
Date: 1850

First line/ Refrain: Can't you see the night am falling? (first line of chorus)
Title: Down among the sugar cane
Composer: Mack, Cecil
Publisher: Gotham-Attucks
Date: 1908

First line/ Refrain: Can't you see the rain and hail am fastly falling, Alexander (first line of chorus)
Title: Alexander, don't you love your baby no more?
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: Castle valse classique, hesitation
Title: Castle valse classique : humoreske
Composer: Dvo└r?ak, Anton?in
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: Castle's Lame Duck Waltz
Title: Congratulations
Composer: Europe, James Reese
Publisher: G. Ricordi & Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: Cause I makes mine myself, yes I makes mine myself (first line of chorus)
Title: I makes mine myself
Composer: Bowers, Robert Hood
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Date: c1921

First line/ Refrain: Childless, desolate this heart (first line of text)
Title: St. Clare to little Eva in heaven
Composer: Howard, G. C. (George Cunnibell)
Publisher: Horace Waters
Date: 1854

First line/ Refrain: Cinderella Jackson from a town in Minnesota (first line of text)
Title: The undertaker man
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: Harold Rossiter Music Co.
Date: 1911

First line/ Refrain: Circus came to a country town and gave a grand parade (first line of text)
Title: If you're such a great star, why don't you shine
Composer: Jones, Irving
Publisher: Leo Feist
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: Close yoh dreamy eyes an' lay yoh head on Mammy's breast (first line of text)
Title: Mammy's lullaby
Composer: Roberts, Lee S.
Publisher: Forster Music Pub. Inc.
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: Come 'long you darkies, yes come eb'ry one (first line of text)
Title: March black America : (a Negro oddity)
Composer: Zickel, Harry H.
Publisher: W.C. Broadwell
Date: 1895

First line/ Refrain: Come 'long you darkies, yes eb'ry one (first line of text)
Title: Black America : march and two-step : for piano
Composer: Zickel, Harry H.
Publisher: Whitney-Marvin Music
Date: 1895

First line/ Refrain: Come along get you ready wear your bran bran new gown (first line of text)
Title: A hot time in the old town
Composer: Metz, Theodore A.
Publisher: Willis Woodward & Co.
Date: 1896

First line/ Refrain: Come along to Auntie Skinner's chicken dinner (first line of chorus)
Title: Auntie Skinner's chicken dinner : novelty song
Composer: Morse, Theodore F.
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: Come and be my Lindy Jane (first line of chorus)
Title: Big brown booloo eyes
Composer: Leonard, Eddie
Publisher: Cohan & Harris Pub. Co.
Date: 1908

First line/ Refrain: Come and lay your kinkey head on mammy's shoulder (first line of chorus)
Title: Mammy's chocolate soldier
Composer: Gottler, Archie
Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: Come dear and don't let our faith weaken (first line of text)
Title: Love will find a way
Composer: Blake, Eubie
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: Come here quick, I'm getting sick (first line of text)
Title: The Saint Vitus rag : song
Composer: Johnson, J. Rosamond (John Rosamond)
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1912

First line/ Refrain: Come here, Mister Johnson, for I want to have a talk with you (first line of text)
Title: What'd yo' do wid de letter, Mr. Johnson
Composer: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.
Publisher: American Music Co.
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: Come here, Mister Johnson, for I want to have a talk with you (first line of text)
Title: What'd yo' do wid de letter, Mr. Johnson
Composer: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.
Publisher: American Music Co.
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: Come listen all you galls and boys I's jist from Tuckyhoe (first line of text)
Title: Jim Crow
Composer:
Publisher: E. Riley
Date: 1829

First line/ Refrain: Come listen to my story (first line of text)
Title: Lucy Neal : song & chorus
Composer: Sanford, James
Publisher: Firth & Hall
Date: 1844

First line/ Refrain: Come love come, de boat lies low (first line of chorus)
Title: Nancy Till
Composer: I. D. K.
Publisher: Greenshields Brothers
Date: 185X

First line/ Refrain: Come on a seven, and where are you 'leven (first line of chorus)
Title: Shootin' craps
Composer: Newman, Joseph
Publisher: Meyer & Brother
Date: 1893

First line/ Refrain: Come on and shake your feet (first line of chorus)
Title: Mammy Jinny's jubilee
Composer: Muir, Lewis F.
Publisher: F. A. Mills
Date: 1913

First line/ Refrain: Come on down, come on down (first line of chorus)
Title: Loading up the Mandy Lee : song
Composer: Marshall, Henry I.
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: Come Sue, lub me do (first line of chorus)
Title: Susquehanna Sue : a southern serenade
Composer: Walsh, J. Frank
Publisher: G. W. Setchell
Date: 1897

First line/ Refrain: Come to me ma lady Lu come (first line of chorus)
Title: Ma lady Lu : a darky love lament
Composer: Brill, Edwin S.
Publisher: Chas. B. Ward Music Publishing Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: Come, come to me dear little girl you with the eyes of blue (first line of text)
Title: You with the eyes of blue
Composer: Shook, Benjamin
Publisher: Grinnell Bros.
Date: 1908

First line/ Refrain: Come, my little piccaninny (first line of text)
Title: A dusky lullaby
Composer: Gilbert?e, Hallett
Publisher: Huntzinger & Dilworth
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: Commence advancing, commence advancing (first line of chorus)
Title: At the ball, that's all
Composer: Hill, J. Leubrie (John Leubrie)
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1913

First line/ Refrain: Coon he loved his yeller girl on her his dough he spent (first line of text)
Title: You needn't come around knocking me
Composer:
Publisher: G.T. Lyon
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: Coon he's sorry he ain't white (first line of text)
Title: Mandy loves me
Composer: Royle, Martha
Publisher: Edwin Milton Royle
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: Coon who once was stranded on the shores of sunny Spain (first line of text)
Title: The Spanish coon
Composer: Beam, Mark
Publisher: Sunday American
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: Coon's very sad (first line of text)
Title: I'm feelin' fine
Composer: Hamilton, Wesley
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1905

First line/ Refrain: Coontown brigade are on review today (first line of chorus)
Title: De coontown review : patrol
Composer: Jennings, J. H.
Publisher: J.H. Jennings
Date: 1897

First line/ Refrain: Coony spoony rag
Title: Wild cherries : (coony, spoony rag)
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: Ted Snyder Co.
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: Cotton fields remind me of a story I once heard (first line of text)
Title: Cotton (Cotton was a little Dixie rose) : pickaninny fox trot ballad
Composer: Rose, Fred
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1920

First line/ Refrain: Cotton, folks all hugged and kissed him (first line of chorus)
Title: Cotton (Cotton was a little Dixie rose) : pickaninny fox trot ballad
Composer: Rose, Fred
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1920

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