LOVELAND DAYS Words and Music 'by W R . WILi.IAMS Words and Music By W. R. WILLIAMS l ;1 I l 1 J l =-----l and days o f l ong a -go _____ _ When we Writer of "I'd Love to Live in Loveland" "When the Moon Plays Peek-a-boo" "When I Met You Last Night In Di:eamland" Guess most of you know W. R. Williams and his many songs. He writes the "home" kind of songs-the kind that live. You remem ber his song "I'd Love to Live in Loveland with a Girl Like You" -you remember that dainty little song" When Copyrogh1 MCM}()I by Woll Ro5'>o1er, Cho. c a.go. All righ\S the Moon Plays Peek-a .. ... w _ â€¢4,..._________________________ boo"-his great Indian A SO'NG FOR THE MILLIONS! Dream!and"-and hun dreds of others-and so I know ,voull be glad to welcome his 1915 song hit "Loveland Days"-It's just about the most "catchv" song he s ever written, and in that easy swinging marda tempo that is in style right now. â€¢â€¢Loveland Days" is already a s tage hit with many of the big acts, but by Fall we expect it to be a song "crnze" from Coast to Coast, for it certainly has that v-onderful "something" that we simply can't resist. '"Loveland Days" is an ideal song fN home, because you can all sing and enjoy it, and I know you want every song written by W. R . Williams-because he is one of the few writers who touches the right spot in our hearts. Be sure and get your copy from your local dealer, and if he's "just out"-drop a line to Will Rosssiter-he's alwa ys glad to hear from you and always glad to send you his big Mail-Order catalog of "Special Bargains" and Free Premiums. iiG "STAGE HIT" OF 1915 "YOU'RE THE DAWN OF A PERFECT DAY" Words and Music By W. R. WILLIAMS You're The Dawn Of A Perfect Day A Beautiful Song for Those of Culture and Artistic Taste â€¢ .e Words and Music W R WILLIAMS The Prettiest Little Song in Years. REFRAIN Val se Writer of418reath of The Golde n Pc1.sf ('5ong cy..:1111) About once in every twenty years or so, some N obody knows "how it â€¢ shine to my lif e ? __ Who m a dr t , h e s ki e s so a o n g is written that l startles the w or 1 d-happened or whence it P-'"! came"-but it gets here just the same. Some E songs are "made .. by the Publishers spending thousand s of dollars to boom and push them just like "Patent Medicine" -but o t hers "just happen"-and , Who cru s h e d the nf \'on r . e r strt f P? __ work th eir own way into our hearts without any of us knowing or rea lizing anything about f f the strange phenomena. This new song"You're The Dawn of a Per-fect Day"--is one of ________.. this kind-born of an inspiratio n it b loon1s All Righu Reserved. Copyrii'ht. MCMXV by WiJl Rossiter. and blossoms for us all, creeping silently (as it were) into our hearts, bringing us at all times peace and con s olation . This song appealsstmngly to those of refined taste-the lyric is perfect and t he melody is both 1estful and beautifu l, and no home collection will be complete without this song:-To have a copy in your home means you undersrnnd and appreciate refinement, and we suggest if this song appeals to you as it does to us, that you send a copy to some friend who maybe has not heard from you in a long, long time. By doing that we will all feel better. Life is short and fleeting-so we should do these little th ings as we go along. This song is published in many all instruments, solos, etc., quartettes and bands-() "'\'.-ou're The Dawn of a Perfect Day"' will live till the end of time. for Sale Wham Music is Sold or-Direct from -WILL ROSS IT ER,, , "The Cbicago Publisher)'
You Can' t Mend A Broken Heart Valse (Jon e sp ressi'on e. A b rok Whe n l ove e n l S heart los t , l S the W o rds & Mu sic B y S H ELTON BROOKS_. \ v . ft "Som e Of These D a y s " n t e r o â€¢ " All Ni ght L o n g " etc. like skie s a are t oy , _ On c e gray,_ And brok-e.Q i s n ev e r t h e sam e;----And t h e tear s of r e g r e t will. for Wit h out con s o l a -tion1 the r e1s no h earts a r e mo s t break-fo g wit h fears; ___ _ Copy right M C MXV by WILL R OSSITER. Bri tish Copy r i ght S e c ured. A ll R i ghts Reserved .
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_,.. FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN Francis X Bushman's 66 FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN's BEAUTIFUL' BALLAD 9 . MY SHIP DREAMS' MY SHIP OJ DREAMS Potm by FRAN. CIS X. BUSHMAN REFRAIN CHORUS Music by FRANK,,M, SUTTLE \;./ FOR SALE WHEREVER IS "swing" to the music in the chorus that you ever heard-you simply can't resist its haunting strain , and when it comes to up to the minute dance music the Dance Orchestras declare t h i s "Tipperary" is the biggest hit they have . ever had. JN e want every good American to sing and play this Ame ricao "Tipperary" for their friends to hear and to help us show the world that' we as Americans don't need imported goods-are you with us? These are both wonderful songs. Your Home Colfectlon Is not complete witl\out them. H your lo'tal dealer can't supply 1 you-send your order illrect to wnt ROSSITER 138 W. lake SI. CHICAGO 15 cts. Per Copy