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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.

Melody Girl

Melody Girl

Year 1922

By Ormond T. Greenland

Compliments of The Baldwin Piano Co. of Indiana
119 E. Charles Street
Muncie, Indiana

  First Verse
Some boys like girlies that dance well, With clothes, silken hose, soft and fine; Some look for money, but I've got a honey, Who plays a piano divine. Oh,

Second Verse
All of us dream about someone, Of someone we cannot forget; I like to dream of some beautiful theme, That reminds me of my little pet. Oh,

Chorus
Melody Girl, I love you, I'm always thinking of you; When I'm sad and lonely, I want you to stay and play that lovin' way, For melodies seem to haunt you. Melody Girl, I want you, I can't forget your smile and love light that beams, For you're the Melody Girl of my dreams.

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Memories Of Shadowland

Memories Of Shadowland

Year 1920

Words by Arthur J. Lamb
Arrangement by R. Cotterill Haring and J. Messina

The Morris Music Pub. Co.
Philadelphia, PA.

  Verse
Mem'ries of Shadow Land Come back at love's command When sunset died from view, we'd meet, we two. Now while the shadows fall, Come to me at love's call Kiss as we used to do, For I can love no one else but you. Souvenirs of our dear love the woodlands hold, When the sunset builds a palace red and gold, Souvenirs of our dear love, the bright stars keep. When the pretty vi'lets sleep Come be my love again, Don't say I hope in vain, Love always will remain, Where we love's Kingdom planned, Come back to Shadow Land.

Memries of Shadow Land, Come back at love's command, When the sunset died from view, we'd meet, we too. Now while the shadows fall, Come to me at love's call, Kiss as we used to do, For I can love no one else but you. Now love you understand Mem'ries of shadow land Mem'ries of shadow land.

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Dreaming Alone In The Twilight

Dreaming Alone In The Twilight

Year 1919

Words by Carl Clemson
Music by Hartley Moore

Oliver Diston Company - Boston
Chas. H. Diston and Co. - New York
Lyon and Healy - Chicago

  First Verse
The night is gently falling O'er skies of gold and blue; A bird far off is calling His song is all of you! In each star faintly glowing I see your dear face showing, Once more in mem'ry waken Those happy days with you.

Second Verse
I know the day will brighten To end my night of pain, And life's dark shadow lighten Like sunshine after rain. And as a swallow winging My thoughts to you go singing; There they will dwell beside you Till we shall meet again.

Chorus
I'm dreaming alone in the twilight, Dreaming, my dear, of you; The long empty years Brought sorrow and tears, But tho' I am lonely I love you only! Come to me now in my dreaming, Bid every grief depart; Love's song will arise With the morning skies, Singing within my heart.

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