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Halcyon Days Music contains a collection of Early American Music and Vintage Songs from the early 1900s, 1910s and 1920s.

Our archive of vintage music contains a wide assortment of Early American Music and Popular Songs in MIDI music format which you can download and listen to on your computer at home. Each vintage song is accompanied with its vintage sheet music cover and music lyrics.

Neptune's Daughter

Neptune's Daughter

Year 1914

By Grant Clarke and Jean Schwartz

As introduced in Ziegfeld's Follies of 1914

Waterson, Berlin and Snyder
Strand Theatre Building
Broadway at 47th Street

  First Verse
Down by the seaside, where waves were rolling, A boy went strolling Moonlight night, he was watching the fish play. That very evening Beside the water, sat Neptune's daughter When he spied her pretty face he cried.

Second Verse
Once he went fishing, where waves were rolling, He started strolling, Hours went by, Then the shadows began to fall. His heart was lonely He sat there thinking, the sun was sinking From the blue there came a voice he knew.

Chorus
Lovely little Neptune's daughter Living underneath the water, I love you, Yes I do, You seem to me, to be lonely, When the moon begins to glimmer, If I were a deep sea swimmer Then I'd go down below, My little queen of the sea

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I Wonder

I Wonder

Year 1919

By Irving Berlin

Irving Berlin Inc.
Music Publishers
1587 Broadway
New York

  First Verse
We talked it over 'Neath a cloudy sky Love's dream was ended And we said goodbye You decided just as I did That it could not go on But I'm lonely for you only And now that you are gone

Second Verse
I miss the evenings That we spent alone The sweet "good mornings" On the telephone How I yearn to just return to The days beyond recall And the kisses that you gave me I miss them most of all

Chorus
I wonder If you still remember I wonder If you could forget I often wonder If it's really over Or if you love me Just a little bit yet I wonder If you ever miss me I wonder If you're ever blue I wonder when we'll meet again And I wonder if you wonder too.

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Dear Heart

Dear Heart

Year 1919

Words by Jean Lefarve
Music by W. C. Polla and Willard Goldsmith

C. C. Church and Co.
Hartford, Connecticut

  First Verse
I'm dreaming dreams of days gone by, A heart that once was true, Of rosy lips, enchanting smiles, And eyes of fairest blue But mem'ry is all that's left, Another claims the prize, Still in my dreams I feel the love, That once beamed in those eyes.

Second Verse
But dreams come true when faith fails not, As sunshine follows rain, And rosy lips, enchanting smiles, Are mine once more again And mem'ry's now reality, I've fairly won the prize, No cloud can hide the wondrous light, That now beams in those eyes.

Chorus
Dear heart, are you true to me, My heart yearns for only thee, My Soul knows no sunshine Unless you are mine. Faithful I will always be, You're more than the world to me, Come bring back the sunshine, Dear, Dear heart.

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