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All that I had is gone
Brooks, Shelton
Williams, W.R.
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Will Rossiter
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Songs with piano -- 1911-1920 ( lcsh )
Popular 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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028641574 ( ALEPH )
190787217 ( OCLC )
A65-00002 ( USFLDC DOI )
a65.2 ( USFLDC Handle )

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PROFESSIONAL COPY! w 1tlRDSSITf R liable to a fir:ie if selling it, as it's against the la.w. T.his "TH( [Hl[UO P"OUC'HFR .. is one of Will Ross1ter's "Coodluck" songs and will bring . AU U J L "Cood•luck" to all who sing or play it. Orchestrations published in this .cey. 136 w. LAKE ST., CHICAGO, iLL. ALL THAT I HAD IS GONE l\loderato r-.. I .I " .---..._ ------v ,_ ..... ,_ I ', r I r I on-ly pal , has out a -word, a Ii I I\ II • .... -. -v -.; " . -.. .. .. ... --.. -4 ..... • • ---I'• .. " ' I I.. -v --6 _._ c .... Britii-h copyr1Jz:ht secure d -....--... ..... ---r r I gone a -way last good-bye I\ ---. . ---• ... • 111 .____ I_.... -..... --6-... -......___ By SHELTON BROOKS and \V R . \VILLIA:\IS \\'nters of "Some of these Days'' aud "Id L ove to liv e 111 Lo\daml''Ptc. v to -Oh _,, .,i ... .... #4 1 So 2 Now L l " " l _, -' .. -' u ---_, -.-----------• day __ Maybe to stay, and that IS my'--I won-der , why, He d treat me _, -.. ,_ ---_, • .. -.,. , r #r -• ...... i. --..,,_ ---v ---• -c ... c Copyright, MCMXIII, by Will Rossiter, Chicago, Ill AJJ rights reserved


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l Another Million Copy "Hit" for the "Good Luck" Song Family "WHEN I MET YOU LAST NIGHT IN DREAMLAND" Words by Beth Slater Whitson; author of ''MEET ME TONIGHT IN DREAMLAND" Musiclby W . R. Williams, writer of ' ' l ' D LOVE TO LIVE IN LOVELAND" This new waltz song was lately "tried out" by Maud Lambert, and she immediately wired Will Rossiter "WHEN I MET YOU," e t c., is the biggest hit I've ever had. " When you stop to think how many big "hits" Maud Lambert has "put over" (in her time) you know this new one must be a "pippin." It's a singer's melody, and just "rolls out" with a nice showy climax. We call this the successor to "I'D LOVE TO LIVE IN LOVELAND"-though "LOVELAND" in spite of its many imitations is still the biggest seller on the market. It's passed the million mark and still a-going-the audience can't seem to get enough of it. "WHEN YOU TELL THE SWEETEST STORY w. R. WILLIAMS TO THE SWEETEST GIRL YOU KNOW" This is one of those sweet little numbers that has made W. R. Williams' name such a favorite. It's very much on the order of his "LOVELAND" song and if anything is easier for harmony singing. The alto can be sung all on two notes-it's a "peach of a song." ''I MISS YOU MOST AT TWILIGHT'' Words by Beth Slater Whitson-Music by Al. B. Coney This is a new waltz ballad, about the same relative weight of our "When l _ Met You Last Night in Dreamland"-ANY ONE who has made a success with "That's How I Need You" will find this new one a worthy successor. "ROSES LIKE DREAMS FADE AWAY" Words by Arthur A. Penn-Music by Frank A. Thaler Here's a new "12-8" ballad-one of the best published in many years. If you can put over "Garden of My Heart." "Sands of the Desert" you'll like this new one. AT LAST! HERE'S THE SUCCESSOR TO "SILVER THREADS" ''JUST AS WE USED TO DO" Words by LOUIS ROBINSON-Music by HAR.RY I , ROBINSON If you really want a new ballad "hit" in place of "Silver Threads" this is the song, but if you intend to "BU.TCHER" it for just one performance, and then blame the song, the audience, or orchestra because it was not a "RIOT"-don't send for it. YOU or ANYONE need many weeks to "BREAK IN" a new song-so don't "RUSH IT" and then BLAME EVERYBODY-FOR YOUR POOR JUDGMENT. ''l'D GIVE THE WORLD IF I COULD HAVE YOU" By JACK STROUSS and HUBEY COWAN Another "12-8" ballad that's entirely new and works up to a "grand stand" finish. It's a "great" song for a rea l singer-of such songs as "Garden of My Heart," etc. ''MY ROSE FROM THE GARDEN OF GIRLS'' Words by Beth Slat&r Whitson-Music by W. R . Williams Here's still another "sure fire" waltz ballad by the two most successful .writers in America. It's about the sam e relativ e w ei ght a s "When I Met You Last Night in Dreamland." ''ROSES OF LOVE" A Beautiful Waltz -Ballad by W. R. WILLIAMS,. writer of "Hits" This is a wonderful little favorite "encore" number with lots of the best sopranos in the business. Sing your "Big" number first and "Roses of Love" as your encore and you are "It." "' I Address . All Mail to WILL ROSSITER, The Chicago Publisher, 136 W. Lake St., Chicago, Ill.


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