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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.

I Want Someone Who Hasn't Anyone To Love

I Want Someone Who Hasn't Anyone To Love

Year 1912

Words by Harry McGowan
Music by Sammy Holland

Daly Music Publisher
665 Washington Street
Boston, Massachusetts

  First Verse
My girl just shook me, now I'm alone, And lonely as a lonely boy can be, I want some one that I can call my own For I really need some company. I don't want a girl that's handsome any more, She don't love just one, she loves them by the score. I guess you know we've all been there before, That is just the reason why I say:

Second Verse
I'd like to find a certain little girl That looks and acts a awful lot like you You're just the size, say, you've got lonesome eyes, May be you've been feeling lonely too. Now we could cook a lot of dandy little schemes, Tell each other all our lonesome little dreams. And joy would drive the gloom away in teams, That's another reason why I say:

Chorus
I want some one who hasn't any one to love, May be she could fall in love with me. I want some one who loves to kiss, kiss, kiss, I'll make up for loving that she's had to miss, I'll love her more than she was ever loved before, Or even thought she'd be, If you yourself haven't any one to love May be you could fall in love with me.

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Why Did You Make Me Care

Why Did You Make Me Care

Year 1912

Words by Sylvester Maguire
Music by Alfred Solman

Joe Morris Music Co.
130 W. 37th Street
New York

  First Verse
You say that you must leave me, That you and I must part, Why should you want to grieve me, I gave you all my heart; When first you called me "dearie," The whole world seemed so fair, But now you're growing weary, Why did you make me care?

Second Verse
We've always been together, True sweethearts all these years, Thro' bright and stormy weather, Thro' laughter and thro tears; But now you've made me doubt you, It's more than I can bear, I cannot live with you, Why did you make me care?

Chorus
Why did you make me care, Why bring me dreams so rare, You told me that sweathearts should never part, Then why do you leave me and break my heart? Why should we meet no more, Why can't we love as before, The world looked so rosey, and life so fair, Why did you make me care?

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I Don't Want A Doctor All I Want Is A Beautiful Girl

I Don't Want A Doctor All I Want Is A Beautiful Girl

Year 1919

Words by Edward Rose
Music by Jack Mills

Jack Mills Inc.
152 W. 45th Street
New York

  First Verse
I'm so awfully nervous Can't keep still. Every body tells me I look ill. I know what I want and what I need to get well. But what I need and what I get makes me want to yell.

Second Verse
When I'm with the Girlies Watch your step; Still they try to tell me I need pep; Because I feel blue and I complain more or less. They will insist I can't exist till I answer yes.

Chorus
OH! I don't want a Doctor I don't want a Doctor, There's not a thing that he can do for me. I know I have a fever, my pulse is very low, I'm subject to heart failure, Any moment I may go. But I don't want a Doctor, I don't want a Doctor, Their Pills and Bills just set my brain awhirl. Now a Kiss will cure my Fever and a Hug will cure my Pulse. Love will cure Heart Failure and I know I'll get results. But I don't want a Doctor, I don't want a Doctor, All I want is a Beautiful Girl.

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