All night long


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All night long

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Title:
All night long
Creator:
Brooks, Shelton
Place of Publication:
Chicago
Publisher:
Will Rossiter
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English

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Love songs -- 1911-1920 ( lcsh )
Songs with piano ( lcsh )
Sheet music ( lcsh )
African American sheet music ( local )

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University of South Florida
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University of South Florida
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The University of South Florida Libraries believes that the Item is in the Public Domain under the laws of the United States, but a determination was not made as to its copyright status under the copyright laws of other countries. The Item may not be in the Public Domain under the laws of other countries.
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028640328 ( ALEPH )
09917849 ( OCLC )
A65-00001 ( USFLDC DOI )
a65.1 ( USFLDC Handle )

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BETH SLATER WHITSON,S LATEST HHITU "WHEN I MET YOU LAST NIGHT IN ""near as we can frgure Will Rossiter"S' famous seven-thousand dollar song "MEET ME TO-NIGHT IN DREAMLAND" bas already reached ten million of American people, and is still one of the bigges& sellers on the market. Just as it was left for Beth Slate r Whitson to create that song, so it has been left for her to write the answer When_LMet You Last Night In D _reamlandl 1 song-"WHEN I MET YOU LAST NIGHT IN DREAMLAND". 1 am sure this Lym b y title appeals to you as it does to me, and everyone of her millions BETH WlUTSON p. --== /Mus i c by.-... .wR of friends will be anxious to get a copy of this "Answer" songas I am sur e we are all interested to know just what happened "WHEN I MET YOU LAST NIGHT IN DREAMLAND" . In this new one I think "The Dreamland Girl", Beth Slater Whitson bas written one of the bes t lyrics of her career and you'll enjoy every word, e very line. The music is by our favorite composer of "songs that sell" W R. Williams, who is already so well known to you that it's { noi. necessary to dwe ll on his success; ex cept to say tha t his "LOVELAND" song is one of the big "hits" of this year. As the pub lisher of "WHEN I MET YOU LAST NISHT IN DREAMLAND" I can say the first fortytl)ousand copies of this song were in less than t: thirty days , which is a new record for. Hnew'1 ,,,gs -when you sto p to realize that .forty-tJ:iousand c opies were sold even . this song was sung m public-you may know the song must rem the "wonder" class a.'ld i s going to be another "PHENOMENAL SELLER" With these facts we're printing a thematic of the choous and just as a favor to all concerned, we want you to play and sing this chorus ove r fonr or five times-maybe morc:!-and you' ll then be jus t as enthusiastic as all our other friends and m ake it your I business to a complete copy at once. :rne. title par e contains a late portrait of Reine Davies and It's prmteii in colors If you pride yourself on being up-_to-date in poou1ar songs, tne_n y ou'll add this one to your collectio n to-day. Don' c forget the title. :: "When I Met You Last Night In Dreamland" and don't forg e t it's by Beth Slater 'Whitson "The Dreamland Girl" and W.R. Williams, ''write r of songs that sell". FOR SALE I wh1sptred,. I " Er -In where &he & old Sham. rock _,,-cro----There MJ --. • ---(--:---1 This is one of thQ fir s t Q.ig stage bits of .the new year. It i s 'One of t ho s e catchy little songs with the words that tell a nice 1itt1 e story and the music i s exceptionally g ood. It is being sung on the stage b y hnndreds of the best known profes sionals in Vaudeville and in eftry case is a tremendous hit. nMIMlllT'S SHUFfllR' DIRCE" Is also published as a two-step for orchestra and is one of the present big "hits" a t all the Popular Dances and Society Hops. If you like to be up-to-date and I think you do, 1ee that JOU cet a cop7 of '"MAMMY'S SHUFFLIN' DANCE" the world over. It's these facts and conditions that are the backbone of the Irish race to-day. When y o u sing them a song that carries 'em back to childhood days such as this little song "WHERE THE RIVE.I KENMARE FLOWS" you know you touch the soft spot in their hearts and you know they won't rest until thei have that song in their homes so they can al get around the piano and sing it. This song is written by one of our most successful popular song writers and right at this very moment is making a big bit on the American Vaudeville stage. The story is true and the music is Irish and just as sweet and pretty as it could possibly be. J.f you or any of your family attend the Vaudeville Theatres, you'll hear it and then know for yourself the song is "allright" even if (some times) sung poorly, and tpere are lots of 10 called professionals who are "poor singers". But we don't want to interest you in any singer but in one of the very best little ever written "IN OLD IRELAND WHERE tha RIVER KENMARE FLOWS" You better get a copy to-da7,

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THE ''BIGGEST" SELLING ''HITS'' of the YEAR • "l'D LOVE TO LIVE.IN LOVELAND" a LOVE TO UV IN LOVELANO WITH A filRL UKt0]!1 Words and w Music by 1 Cho r u s . R. WILLIAMS p f Author of "When the Moon Plays Peek-a-bo o.' ' "Gee! Bui There's Class lo a Girl Like You.' ' "Roses_ ol Love.'' " I Never Knew a Happy Day ' Iii I Met You." Copyright, MCMX, by Will Rossiter lo v e to li v e m l o ve-l a n d with a girl like you And ' IN;THIS SONC we have one of those that will pass the "Million copy" mark. W.R. Williams has been writing song "hits" for over twenty years. He knows what the people want and he has the ability to give it to them. "I'd Love to Live in Loveland With a Girl Like You," is a beautiful song and so simple, sweet and pretty that a child can sing it. Within the year it will be hummed, sung and whistled from Coast to Coast, making millions of hearts beat lighter-the greatest boon to humanitr. Have you ever known that indescribable joy-making others happy? If not, you have not lived. A song like this "I'd Love to Live In Loveland With a Gir Like You," is positively part of the world's sunshine that does so much good in the world. RICHT A T THIS MOMENT thereare more real big theatrical stars singing thissongthananyothersonginAmerica. They are all taking countless being cheered to the echo. "I'd Love to Live in Loveland With a Girl Like You," will reach a million and maybe more. You love and appreciate good songs, and your copy that you buy and play and sing from will help to make this grand total. No matter what kind of a theatre you go to to-day, this year, 1912, you'll almost be sure to hear "I'd L ove to Live in Loveland With a Cirl Like You," as n o show is complete without it, no home Is complete without a copy. Be a "'Good Song Booster" and get a copy to-day and you will be just as enthusiastic about this song as we are. Get a copy for yourself and tell you friends a!>out It . You simply can't resist it! It's wonderful ! It's haunting! It's Heavenly! Inspiring! Remember! the one big song for 1912 is "I'd Love to Live in Loveland With Cirl Like You." . I!_ your local dealer can't supply you, send 25 cents in stamps to Will Rossiter,136 W. Lake St., and receive a complete.copy by return mall; also new catalogue. , THE GREAT " SONG R I OT '' OF 1912 "0-U CIRCUS DAY" CHORUS P-f Copyright MCMXI, by Will Rossiter day just see that mule __ _ dressed up in You've all heard of Weber & Field's? You know their reputation for Big successful Shows-Well! at this moment the biggest success is a Show called '"Hanky Panky" playing to packed hou.ses at th e Broadway Theatre. New York. • The biggest "'hit" of the Show Is this song "0-U-CIRCUS DAY" -sung and danced by "Those Royal Favorites" Montiromery and Moore-one of the greatest comedy teams In the Show business. This Billy Montgomery and Florence E. Moore, are on the stage over half an hour singing and dancing '"0-U-CIRCUS DAY"-They take so many encores that they simply have to quit from absolute exhaustion-and bow and bow to the audience before they' ll let them get away. This song "0-U-CIRCUS DAY" is also bei n g sung wonderfully by many o ther big Stars in Vaudeville; the bi

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