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1915
open this document and view contents The jelly roll blues : the original jelly roll
open this document and view contents Mammy moon
open this document and view contents Love's eternity
open this document and view contents Loading up the Mandy Lee : song
open this document and view contents When that little yellow fellow plays piano : Hannah plays banjo
open this document and view contents Auntie Skinner's chicken dinner : novelty song
open this document and view contents Smoky mokes : (one step, two step or trot)
open this document and view contents Since you went away
open this document and view contents It's all your fault
open this document and view contents Such is life : rag fox trot
open this document and view contents When Old Bill Bailey plays the ukalele
open this document and view contents I'm so glad my mamma don't know where I'm at
1916
open this document and view contents Pickaninny snuggle song
open this document and view contents Dreamin' in de twilight
open this document and view contents Brown skin : (who're you for?) : the singing one-step
open this document and view contents I ain't got nobody much and nobody cares for me
open this document and view contents The graveyard blues
open this document and view contents I ain't got nobody much and nobody cares for me
open this document and view contents Dixie's land : theme and variations, op. 1250
open this document and view contents Pray for the lights to go out : a Negro shouting song
open this document and view contents Mammy's little coal black rose : song
open this document and view contents Bo-Peep : song
open this document and view contents They made it twice as nice as paradise : and they called it Dixieland : song
open this document and view contents Mammy's little coal black rose : song
open this document and view contents A southern lullaby
open this document and view contents A dusky lullaby
open this document and view contents Paradise blues : oh! pretty papa! oh! pretty papa!

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