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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.

Beautiful Girl

Beautiful Girl

Year 1919

Words and Music by
James L. Dempsey

Harry J. Lincoln Music Co.
2209 Fairmount Ave.
Philadelphia, PA.

  First Verse
I don't know why I call you my dear, I don't know why I feel so sincere Why do I want you why am I glad, Why am I happy, why am I sad. Why do I smile when I ought to cry Why do you say good-bye, Why am I yearning, my heart is burning, I know the reason why.

Second Verse
You are the dearest you are the best, You are so different from all the rest I love to gaze in those tender eyes, A world of wealth is no greater prize You have a charm that seems to be new It thrills me thru and thru, Don't leave me lonely, I want you only, Nobody else but you.

Chorus
Beautiful girl, I love you, beautiful girl, I love you I loved you truly for many a day, There's only one thing that my heart seems to say, Beautiful girl, You haunt me, beautiful girl, I want you I love your eyes. Your smile, your sighs, You beautiful, beautiful girl.

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Tomorrow Morning

Tomorrow Morning

Year 1922

Words by Mitchell Parish
Music by Eleanor Young and Harry D. Squires

Joe Morris Music Co.
1599 Broadway
New York, NY.

  First Verse
Won't you take a look at me, I'm as nervous as can be, Can't you see that I'm waiting so impatiently For the morning to appear, Every minute seems a year, till I place the band upon the hand of my little sweetie dear.

Second Verse
How the hours seem to crawl, Haven't slept a wink at all Can't you see that I'm waiting for the rooster's call, In a little while or so, 'Round the corner I will go, where I'll place the band upon the hand of the sweetest girl I know.

Chorus
Tomorrow morning, I'll be wearing a smile, Tomorrow morning, as I march down the aisle I'll have the cutest bunch of charm hanging on my arm, You just wait'll you see my sweetie and me, what a happy pair we'll be, when it's all over, hand in hand we will roam, thru' fields of clover, to Home Sweet Home, I just can't wait until the sunrise begins to rise, tomorrow morning, I'll be in paradise.

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Favorite Melodies From The Grand Chinese Spectacle Of Aladdin Of The Wonderful Lamp

Favorite Melodies From The Grand Chinese Spectacle Of Aladdin Of The Wonderful Lamp

Year 1847

Music by T. Comer

Prentiss and Clark
33 Court Street
Boston, MA.

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