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open this document and view contents Mandy and me : song
open this document and view contents Lassus trombone : de cullud valet to Teddy Trombone
open this document and view contents I'se gwine back to Dixie : song with chorus of mixed voices ad lib
open this document and view contents The pickaninnies paradise
open this document and view contents Cotton Hollow harmony : song
open this document and view contents When Aunt Dinah's daughter Hannah bangs on that piano : and Sambo sings those Southern blues
open this document and view contents At the coffee cooler's tea : novelty jazz song
open this document and view contents I'm waiting for you Liza Jane
open this document and view contents When you sang hush-a-bye baby to me
open this document and view contents I'm so glad my mamma don't know where I'm at
open this document and view contents In 1960 you'll find Dixie looking just the same
open this document and view contents Yankee Doodle's in the fight to stay
open this document and view contents Ev'rybody's crazy 'bout the doggone blues : but I'm happy
open this document and view contents Jazzing the blues away
open this document and view contents They'll be mighty proud in dixie of their old black Joe
open this document and view contents Aw Sammie!
open this document and view contents Lovin' blues : song and fox-trot
open this document and view contents Mammy's chocolate soldier
open this document and view contents Mammy's lullaby
open this document and view contents Lil' ole brown cabin
open this document and view contents Ringtail blues : (a vocal adaptation of the famous instrumental)
open this document and view contents When the Robert E. Lee : arrives in old Tennessee, all the way from gay paree
open this document and view contents Ev'ry day, or, I want you every day

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