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First line/ Refrain: I absolutely and positively refuse (first line of chorus)
Title: Mister Johnson, good night
Composer: Ingraham, Herbert
Publisher: Maurice Shapiro
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: I ain't afraid to fight Jack Dempsey (first line of chorus)
Title: I ain't afraid of nuthin' dat's alive : (character song)
Composer: Benard, Al
Publisher: Triangle Music Pub. Co
Date: c1921

First line/ Refrain: I ain't never done nothin' to nobody (first line of chorus)
Title: Nobody
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Attucks Music Co.
Date: c1905

First line/ Refrain: I am dat fortune telling man (first line of chorus)
Title: Fortune telling man
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: c1901

First line/ Refrain: I am drifting down de hill of life (first line of text)
Title: The old log cabin in the dell : song and chorus
Composer: White, C. A. (Charles Albert)
Publisher: White, Smith & Co.
Date: 1875

First line/ Refrain: I am going far away, far away to leave you now (first line of verse)
Title: The old cabin home
Composer: Paine, T.
Publisher: Henry Tolman
Date: 1857

First line/ Refrain: I am going there (first line of text)
Title: I am going there, or, The death of little Eva
Composer: Adams, John S. (John Stowell)
Publisher: O. Ditson
Date: 1852

First line/ Refrain: I am growing old and weary now (first line of text)
Title: The old log cabin in the lane : song & chorus
Composer: Chamberlain, J. C.
Publisher: D.S. Holmes
Date: 1875

First line/ Refrain: I am his lady, he is my beau (first line of chorus)
Title: I'll do as much for you
Composer: Brown, Harry Leslie
Publisher: Shapiro, Remick and Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I am twice as happy as a millionaire (first line of text)
Title: Please let me sleep
Composer: Brymn, J. Tim
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: I am twice as happy as a millionaire (first line of text)
Title: Please let me sleep
Composer: Brymn, J. Tim
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: I bet that the man who wrote the vampire certn'ly must 'ave known my wife (first line of refrain)
Title: The vampire
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Date: c1914

First line/ Refrain: I came from Alabama wid my banjo on my knee (first line of text)
Title: Oh! Susanna
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: C. Holt Jr.
Date: 1848

First line/ Refrain: I came to town just to take in the sights (first line of text)
Title: At the Mississippi cabaret
Composer: Gumble, Albert
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: I changed my name when I got free (first line of text)
Title: Uncle Rome : the old boatman
Composer: Homer, Sidney
Publisher: G. Schirmer
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: I changed my name when I got free (first line of text)
Title: Uncle Rome : the old boatman
Composer: Homer, Sidney
Publisher: G. Schirmer
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee (first line of text)
Title: Susanna
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: Peters, Field & Co.
Date: 1848

First line/ Refrain: I come up Norf, on a little bender (first line of text)
Title: Year of jubilee, or, Kingdom has come!
Composer: Sambo
Publisher: H.M. Higgins
Date: 1862

First line/ Refrain: I don't like no new mown hay (first line of chorus)
Title: A pork chop is the sweetest flower that grows
Composer: Browne, Raymond A.
Publisher: Sol Bloom
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: I don't like them minstrel folks and I doesn't care for the end men's jokes (first line of chorus)
Title: When Mister Shakespeare comes to town, or, I don't like them minstrel folks
Composer: Schwartz, Jean
Publisher: Howley, Haviland & Dresser
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: I don't mind talking and I don't mind walking with the baker man that's true (first line of chorus)
Title: The undertaker man
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: Harold Rossiter Music Co.
Date: 1911

First line/ Refrain: I don't want to wait beneath the shelt'ring palms (first line of chorus)
Title: I could love you in a steam heat flat
Composer: Mullen, J. B.
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: I got a beau, I love him so (first line of text)
Title: My Sambo
Composer: Witmark, Isidore
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: I got an invitation to see the celebration (first line of text)
Title: Auntie Skinner's chicken dinner : novelty song
Composer: Morse, Theodore F.
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: I had a bud widin my garden growing (first line of text)
Title: I hear dar hoofs upon de hill
Composer: Kneass, Nelson
Publisher: Firth Pond & Co.
Date: 1849

First line/ Refrain: I had an old black mammy who used to sing to me (first line of text)
Title: Mammy's song
Composer: Ware, Harriet
Publisher: John Church
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: I had an old black mammy who used to sing to me (first line of text)
Title: Mammy's song
Composer: Ware, Harriet
Publisher: John Church
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: I hate to see de evening sun go down (first line of text)
Title: The St. Louis blues
Composer: Handy, W. C. (William Christopher)
Publisher: Pace & Handy Music Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: I have loved thee, Zula Zong (first line of text)
Title: Zula Zong : song and chorus
Composer: Webster, Joseph Philbrick
Publisher: H. M. Higgins
Date: 1860

First line/ Refrain: I have roamed thro' sunny Italy, and France and England, too (first line of text)
Title: The home of the girl I love
Composer: Graham, Howard
Publisher: New York Journal and Advertiser
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: I hear Mister Henry Tompson (first line of text)
Title: You aint no actor
Composer: O'Brien, Neil
Publisher: Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: I heard a pickaninny crying (first line of text)
Title: Mammy's little coal black rose : song
Composer: Whiting, Richard A.
Publisher: Remick Music Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: I heard a pickaninny crying (first line of text)
Title: Mammy's little coal black rose : song
Composer: Whiting, Richard A.
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: I heard de ol' folks talkin' (first line of text)
Title: Why Adam sinned
Composer: Rogers, Alex
Publisher: Gotham-Attucks Music Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I heard him murm'ring softly on an old plantation lone (first line of text)
Title: Returned : empty and so silent now the old cabin stands
Composer: Cook, Will Marion
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., sole selling agents
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: I humbly beg yo' pardon, Mrs. Johnson (first line of chorus)
Title: What'd yo' do wid de letter, Mr. Johnson
Composer: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.
Publisher: American Music Co.
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: I humbly beg yo' pardon, Mrs. Johnson (first line of chorus)
Title: What'd yo' do wid de letter, Mr. Johnson
Composer: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.
Publisher: American Music Co.
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: I just come out to sing a song (first line of text)
Title: Going ober de mountain
Composer:
Publisher: Geo. P. Reed
Date: 1843

First line/ Refrain: I know a gal (first line of text)
Title: Pliny, come kiss your baby
Composer: Reed, David
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I know sump'n sofer'n satin (first line of text)
Title: Malindy : a Negro love song
Composer: Johns, Clayton
Publisher: O. Ditson Co.
Date: 1905

First line/ Refrain: I know that you are just a great big lonesome baby (first line of chorus)
Title: You're a great big lonesome baby : song
Composer: Cook, Doc
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick Co.
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I know you've heard about the style men (first line of text)
Title: Ragtime caveman of mine
Composer: Bailey, William
Publisher: James H. Howard
Date: 1922

First line/ Refrain: I listen to the south winds gently sighing (first line of text)
Title: Ma lady Lu : a darky love lament
Composer: Brill, Edwin S.
Publisher: Chas. B. Ward Music Publishing Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I love the white girl and the black (first line of text)
Title: Little more cider
Composer: Hart, Austin
Publisher: Sarles & Adey
Date: 1852

First line/ Refrain: I love the white girl and the black and I love all the rest (first line of text)
Title: A little more cider : a favorite song
Composer: Hart, Austin
Publisher: Oliver Ditson
Date: 1853

First line/ Refrain: I loves a girl, real dusky pearl (first line of text)
Title: I aint a-goin' to weep no more
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: I lub a gal, s'pose she lubs me too (first line of text)
Title: Louisiana Lou : song
Composer: Stuart, Leslie
Publisher: T.B. Harms & Co.
Date: 1894

First line/ Refrain: I lub a lubly gal, I do (first line of chorus)
Title: I lub a lubly gal, I do
Composer: Thomas, Brandon
Publisher: The Musical News Co.
Date: 1896

First line/ Refrain: I lub a lubly gal, I do (first line of text)
Title: I lub a lubly gal, I do
Composer: Thomas, Brandon
Publisher: The Musical News Co.
Date: 1896

First line/ Refrain: I miss yo' in de monin' (first line of text)
Title: Can't yo' heah me callin' : Caroline
Composer: Roma, Caro
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: I once did know a pretty gal (first line of text)
Title: Mary Blane : as sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders at the St. James Theatre, London and Palmos Opera House, New York
Composer: Halliday, T.
Publisher: William Hall & Son
Date: 1847

First line/ Refrain: I once did love a yellow gal (first line of text)
Title: Mary Blane
Composer:
Publisher: O. Ditson
Date: 18XX

First line/ Refrain: I once knew a Nigger (first line of text)
Title: Uncle Ned : the popular Negro ballad
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: J. Allen
Date: 18XX

First line/ Refrain: I s'pose you all have heard of Doctor Fojo Bones (first line of text)
Title: You'll never need a doctor no more
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: Skidmore music Co
Date: c1921

First line/ Refrain: I suppose you have heard of the great commander (first line of text)
Title: U.S.G. : national walk 'round
Composer: Emmett, Daniel Decatur
Publisher: Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Date: 1864

First line/ Refrain: I think I hear the angels sing (first line of text)
Title: Shew! fly, don't bother me : comic song and dance, or walk around
Composer: Campbell, Frank
Publisher: White, Smith & Perry
Date: 1869

First line/ Refrain: I used to be a lucky moke (first line of text)
Title: Constantly
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Date: 1922?

First line/ Refrain: I used to be a lucky moke (first line of text)
Title: Constantly
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: c1910

First line/ Refrain: I used to have a dear old Mammy (first line of text)
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: I want the whole wide world to know (first line of refrain)
Title: I love the land of old black Joe
Composer: Donaldson, Walter
Publisher: Irving Berlin
Date: 1920

First line/ Refrain: I want to go back to my baby days (first line of text)
Title: Rock me in the cradle of love
Composer: Hill, J. Leubrie (John Leubrie)
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: I want to go where flowers grow (first line of chorus)
Title: Daisy days : song
Composer: Blaufuss, Walter
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: I wants a man who can play ping pong (first line of chorus)
Title: I wants a ping pong man
Composer: Whitney, Howard
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: I was so cute when I was young (first line of text)
Title: Not lately : character song
Composer: Prince, Chas. A.
Publisher: Triangle Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1922

First line/ Refrain: I went down to Sandy hook, toder arter noon (first line of text)
Title: Zip Coon : a popular Negro song
Composer:
Publisher: Firth & Hall
Date: 1834

First line/ Refrain: I will love you
Title: As long as there is love : I will love you
Composer: Guy, Harry P.
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: I wonder is mah love in de sky wid de moon (first line of text)
Title: Wid de moon, moon, moon : Negro love-song
Composer: Cook, Will Marion
Publisher: G. Schirmer
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: I wonder what's the matter with the mail (first line of chorus)
Title: What's the matter with the mail?
Composer: Wenrich, Percy
Publisher: Fred J. Hamill
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I wonder where my easy rider's gone today (first line of chorus)
Title: I wonder where my easy rider's gone
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1913

First line/ Refrain: I'd frow down any coon fur her (first line of text)
Title: Ma tiger lily
Composer: Sloane, A. Baldwin (Alfred Baldwin)
Publisher: M. Witmark
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: I'd leave ma happy home for you (first line of chorus)
Title: I'd leave ma happy home for you
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I'll be down to get you in a taxi honey (first line of chorus)
Title: The darktown strutters' ball
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'll be down to get you in a taxi honey (first line of chorus)
Title: The darktown strutters' ball
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Leo Feist
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'll be down to get you in a taxi honey (first line of chorus)
Title: The darktown strutters' ball
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Leo. Feist
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'll be down to get you in a taxi, honey (first line of chorus)
Title: The darktown strutter's ball
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'll be down to get you in a taxi, honey (first line of chorus)
Title: The darktown strutters' ball : fox trot song
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: L. Feist
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'll be fourteen years old pretty soon (first line of text)
Title: I'm so glad my mamma don't know where I'm at
Composer: Toosweet, Willie
Publisher: Leo. Feist Inc.
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: I'll be fourteen years old pretty soon (first line of text)
Title: I'm so glad my mamma don't know where I'm at
Composer: Toosweet, Willie
Publisher: Syndicate Music Co.
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: I'm a comin' (first line of chorus)
Title: They'll be mighty proud in dixie of their old black Joe
Composer: Carroll, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: I'm a willin' to wait (first line of chorus)
Title: I'm willin' to wait : (but not too long)
Composer: Lowitz, John B.
Publisher: M. Witmark
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: I'm bery sad no joy for me (first line of chorus)
Title: Young folks at home
Composer: Livingston, Hattie
Publisher: Gould & Berry
Date: 1852

First line/ Refrain: I'm coming, I'm coming (first line of chorus)
Title: Old black Joe
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: Chicago Music Co.
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: I'm coming, I'm coming (first line of chorus)
Title: Old black Joe
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: De Luxe Music Co.
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: I'm goin' away, far, far away (first line of chorus)
Title: I'm goin' away
Composer: Orth, Frank
Publisher: M.D. Swisher
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: I'm goin' to tell you 'bout a masquerade (first line of text)
Title: You got to play rag time
Composer: Sloane, A. Baldwin (Alfred Baldwin)
Publisher: M. Witmark
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I'm goin' to Tishomingo because I'm sad today (first line of chorus)
Title: Tishomingo blues
Composer: Williams, Spencer
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'm going back, back, back to Baltimore (first line of chorus)
Title: Back, back, back to Baltimore
Composer: Van Alstyne, Egbert
Publisher: Shapiro, Remick & Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I'm going back, back, back to Baltimore (first line of chorus)
Title: Back, back, back to Baltimore
Composer: Van Alstyne, Egbert
Publisher: Shapiro, Remick & Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I'm going to go (first line of chorus)
Title: I've said my last farewell : toot, toot, good bye
Composer: Fisher, Fred
Publisher: Helf & Hager Co.
Date: 1906

First line/ Refrain: I'm gonna quit Saturday! Take that straight from me (first line of chorus)
Title: I'm gonna quit - Saturday!
Composer: Archer, Harry
Publisher: Leo. Feist Inc.
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: I'm having trouble with my gal I find (first line of text)
Title: Everybody has a whistle like me
Composer: Rogers, Ed.
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: I'm really worried about you dearie (first line of text)
Title: You're a great big lonesome baby : song
Composer: Cook, Doc
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick Co.
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: I'm satisfied, I'm satisfied (first line of chorus)
Title: Satisfied : an emotional drag
Composer: Bennett, Theron C.
Publisher: Victor Kremer Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I'm sighin' I'm cryin' (first line of text)
Title: It's all your fault
Composer: Blake, Eubie
Publisher: Maryland Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: I'm so lonely, I'm so blue (first line of text)
Title: Ev'ry day, or, I want you every day
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: I'm up against the real thing now (first line of chorus)
Title: He's up against the real thing now
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern
Date: c1898

First line/ Refrain: I'm weary of my troubles and I'm tired of my woes (first line of text)
Title: Moses Andrew Jackson, good-bye
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: F.A. Mills
Date: 1906

First line/ Refrain: I's a little Alabama coon (first line of text)
Title: Little Alabama coon
Composer: Starr, Hattie
Publisher: Willis Woodward & Co.
Date: 1893

First line/ Refrain: I's in lub wid a gal (first line of text)
Title: Susquehanna Sue : a southern serenade
Composer: Walsh, J. Frank
Publisher: G. W. Setchell
Date: 1897

First line/ Refrain: I'se a goin' ober Jordan (first line of chorus)
Title: I'll meet you at de cross roads in de mornin' : song and chorus
Composer: Rutledge, John T.
Publisher: H.T. Martin
Date: 1877

First line/ Refrain: I'se a gwine to go away (first line of text)
Title: I'll meet you at de cross roads in de mornin' : song and chorus
Composer: Rutledge, John T.
Publisher: H.T. Martin
Date: 1877

First line/ Refrain: I'se acquainted wid a yaller gal (first line of text)
Title: Rosa Ginger
Composer:
Publisher: Vanderbeek's
Date: 1849

First line/ Refrain: I'se done shook my Alabama gal (first line of text)
Title: My Honolulu lady
Composer: Johnson, Lee
Publisher: Zeno Mauvais Music Co.
Date: 1898

First line/ Refrain: I'se going, going back to de home I love so well (first line of chorus)
Title: The old log cabin in the dell : song and chorus
Composer: White, C. A. (Charles Albert)
Publisher: White, Smith & Co.
Date: 1875

First line/ Refrain: I'se got a little baby (first line of text)
Title: Hello! ma baby
Composer: Howard, Joseph E. (Joseph Edgar)
Publisher: T.B. Harms & Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I'se got a little baby (first line of text)
Title: Hello! ma baby
Composer: Howard, Joseph E. (Joseph Edgar)
Publisher: T. B. Harms & Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I'se got a little yallah gal (first line of text)
Title: My Manda belle : coon song & chorus
Composer: Goldsmith, S. R.
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: I'se got de swellest gal (first line of text)
Title: Liza Skinner : the cake walk winner
Composer: Moray, N. H.
Publisher: Zickel Bros.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I'se watchin' by to see you shut dem eyes and go to sleep (first line of text)
Title: You is ma coal black rose
Composer: Berliner, Leo E.
Publisher: Leo. E. Berliner & Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: I've been lonesome all day long (first line of text)
Title: There'll come a time : when you'll feel lonely
Composer: Brooks, Shelton
Publisher: Harold Rossiter Music Co.
Date: 1911

First line/ Refrain: I've been through Carolina (first line of text)
Title: Belle ob Baltimore
Composer: Evans, J. G.
Publisher: E.H. Wade
Date: 1848

First line/ Refrain: I've come to town to see you all (first line of text)
Title: Long tail blue
Composer:
Publisher: G. Willig Jr.
Date: 1840

First line/ Refrain: I've got a Monday gal by the name of Sal (first line of chorus)
Title: I've got a gal for ev'ry day in the week
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: I've got the blues my head is bowed in misery (first line of text)
Title: The graveyard blues
Composer: Woods, Clarence
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1916

First line/ Refrain: I've got the sugar blues (first line of chorus)
Title: Sugar blues
Composer: Williams, Clarence
Publisher: Williams & Piron Music Pub.
Date: 1919

First line/ Refrain: I've had a mighty busy day (first line of text)
Title: When that midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam'
Composer: Berlin, Irving
Publisher: T. Snyder
Date: 1912

First line/ Refrain: I've heard about an island, where it is I cannot say (first line of text)
Title: The island of by and by
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Gotham Attucks
Date: c1906

First line/ Refrain: I've heard many beautiful songs in my time (first line of text)
Title: Days of a short while ago
Composer: Womack, E. P.
Publisher: Veterans of Foreign Wars
Date: 1920

First line/ Refrain: I've just dropt in to see you and sing a little song (first line of text)
Title: The universal medley
Composer:
Publisher: Published by Oliver Ditson [and 5 others]
Date: 1853

First line/ Refrain: I've liv'd in Alabama where de coler'd race am plenty (first line of text)
Title: Alabama Joe : the original, as sung by the Guinea Minstrels
Composer:
Publisher: C. H. Keith
Date: 1834

First line/ Refrain: I've never had exactly what I'd like to have in life (first line of text)
Title: Gimme de leavins
Composer: Cole, Bob
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: I've wandered from my home and friends I loved so dear (first line of text)
Title: De old church-yard in de lane, or Darling Minnie Gray
Composer: Rutledge, John T.
Publisher: F.W. Helmick
Date: 1875

First line/ Refrain: Ice is floating in the stream (first line of text)
Title: Eliza's flight : a scene from Uncle Tom's cabin
Composer: Loder, E. J. (Edwin James)
Publisher: Oliver Ditson
Date: 1852

First line/ Refrain: If evah I should start in to cry, I'd cert'ny drown (first line of chorus)
Title: The Spanish coon
Composer: Beam, Mark
Publisher: Sunday American
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: If there's such things as Jonahs, I must be one for fair (first line of text)
Title: No, no, positively no
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: P.J. Howley Inc.
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: If what you say is the positive truth, O death where is thy sting (first line of chorus)
Title: O death where is thy sting
Composer: Stout, Clarence A.
Publisher: Pace & Handy Music Co.
Date: c1920

First line/ Refrain: If you are going to love me, love me at all (first line of chorus)
Title: You've got to love me a lot
Composer: Brockman, James
Publisher: Seminary Music Co.
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: If you don't like your job, well you'd better quit (first line of chorus)
Title: If you don't like your job, quit!
Composer: Hamilton, Wesley
Publisher: Victor Kremer Co.
Date: 1905

First line/ Refrain: If you ever chance to journey down Hindu way (first line of text)
Title: Down in Hindu town
Composer: Taylor, Tell
Publisher: Tell Taylor Music Corp.
Date: 1919

First line/ Refrain: If you lak-a-me lak I lak-a-you (first line of chorus)
Title: Under the bamboo tree
Composer: Cole, Bob
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: If you love yo' babe, play that tune for me (first line of chorus)
Title: Wild cherries : (coony, spoony rag)
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: Ted Snyder Co.
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: If you saw a lion right in front of you (first line of chorus)
Title: Daniel in the lion's den
Composer: Fisher, Fred
Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher
Date: c1917

First line/ Refrain: If you want to get religion (first line of text)
Title: Hush your business, oh go on
Composer: Levi, Maurice
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1895

First line/ Refrain: If you want to pick a fuss, wait till the sun shines (first line of chorus)
Title: If you want to pick a fuss wait till the sun shines : (I ain't a goin' to leave home in the rain)
Composer: Hargreaves, William
Publisher: Shapiro Music Publisher
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: If you're such a great star, well-a why don't you shine (first line of chorus)
Title: If you're such a great star, why don't you shine
Composer: Jones, Irving
Publisher: Leo Feist
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: If you've got a little empty corner in your heart (first line of chorus)
Title: Save it for me
Composer: Cole, Bob
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: In Africa there lives a queen (first line of text)
Title: My lady hottentot
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: In an old big house, jes' as quiet as a mouse (first line of text)
Title: Fortune telling man
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: c1901

First line/ Refrain: In Matabula's foreign shade (first line of text)
Title: Show the white of yo' eyes
Composer: Crawford, Stanley
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Date: 1903

First line/ Refrain: In me you see the product of the latest female fad (first line of text)
Title: Parthenia Johnsing
Composer: Cook, Will Marion
Publisher: New York American and Journal
Date: 1902

First line/ Refrain: In my dreams I seem to hear a whistle shrill (first line of text)
Title: On the Mississippi
Composer: Carroll, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1912

First line/ Refrain: In my little bungalo built for two (first line of chorus)
Title: Zulu love song
Composer: Hofmann, Louis J.
Publisher: A. Hospe Co.
Date: 1909

First line/ Refrain: In nineteen sixty, you'll find Dixie, looking just the same (first line of chorus)
Title: In 1960 you'll find Dixie looking just the same
Composer: Gottler, Archie
Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: In southern Alabama lived a girl whose name was Hanna (first line of text)
Title: When that little yellow fellow plays piano : Hannah plays banjo
Composer: Lindeman, David
Publisher: Tell Taylor
Date: 1915

First line/ Refrain: In sunny South Car'lina lives an old aunt Dinah (first line of text)
Title: Good morning Carrie!
Composer: Smith, Chris
Publisher: Windsor Music Co.
Date: 1901

First line/ Refrain: In the cool of de evenin' when de lovin' am good (first line of chorus)
Title: In the cool of the evening : when de lovin' am good : song
Composer: Stamper, Dave
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1912

First line/ Refrain: In the days of the sweet long ago (first line of text)
Title: I want my mammy : (ballad fox-trot)
Composer: Breau, Louis
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: In the dixie section where the cotton grows (first line of text)
Title: Mandy and me : song
Composer: Gumble, Albert
Publisher: Remick
Date: 1918

First line/ Refrain: In the middle of his sermon, Parson Johnson 'rose and started sniffin' the air (first line of text) Oh! Bretheren, if you wants more preachin'
Title: Save a little dram for me
Composer: Skidmore, Will E.
Publisher: Skidmore Music Co.
Date: c1920

First line/ Refrain: In this rosy land you know (first line of chorus)
Title: You and I : waltz song
Composer: Guy, Harry P.
Publisher: Johnny Piggott Music Pub.
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: In those dear old bandana days (first line of refrain)
Title: Bandana days : novelty fox trot song
Composer: Blake, Eubie
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1921

First line/ Refrain: Indian two step
Title: The Indian : two step
Composer: Stone, Fred S.
Publisher: Central Music Publishing Co.
Date: 1895

First line/ Refrain: Ireland has her harp and shamrock (first line of chorus)
Title: Every race has a flag but the coon
Composer: Heelan, Will A.
Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: Irene, Irene blue eyes and golden hair (first line of chorus)
Title: Irene : waltz song & chorus
Composer: Shook, Benjamin
Publisher: Grinnell Bros.
Date: 1906

First line/ Refrain: Irene, Irene blue eyes and golden hair (first line of chorus)
Title: Irene : waltz song
Composer: Shook, Benjamin
Publisher: Grinnell Bros.
Date: 1906

First line/ Refrain: Irvinnatus Jones of the hambone pigs feet pork chop corterie (first line of text)
Title: I think I see my brother coming now
Composer: Helf, J. Fred
Publisher: Helf & Hager
Date: 1908

First line/ Refrain: Is there a letter in your bag (first line of text)
Title: What's the matter with the mail?
Composer: Wenrich, Percy
Publisher: Fred J. Hamill
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: It was down in South Car'lina (first line of text)
Title: Mammy's Carolina twins : Southern lullaby
Composer: Johnson, Lee
Publisher: Lee Johnson & Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: It's a holiday, ev'rything is gay (first line of text)
Title: Melinda's wedding day
Composer: Piantadosi, Al
Publisher: Leo Feist
Date: 1913

First line/ Refrain: It's mighty strange! (first line of chorus)
Title: Much obliged to you
Composer: Burt, Benjamin Hapgood
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain:
Title: I've got some good news, honey (first line of text)
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