Excerpt from Pumpkin Pie Peter
These songs can be used in all manner of entertainments. The music Is easy and both music and words are especially catchy. Children like them. Everybody likes them. Sheet music Price, 35 cents each.
Here's To The Land Of The Stars And The Stripes. (Bugbee-Worrell.) A patriotic song which every child should know and love. The sentiment is elevating. The music is martial and Inspiring May be effectively sung by the entire school. Suitable for any occasion and may be sung by children or grown-ups. Be the first to use this song in your community.
I'll Never Play With You Again. (Guptill-Weaver.) A quarrel between a small boy and girl. The words are defiant and pert. The boy and his dog have been In mischief, and the small maiden poutingly declares that she will never play with him again, but changes her mind in the last verse. A taking little duet for any occasion, with full directions for motions.
Jolly Farmer Lads And Lassies. (Irish-Lyman.) A decidedly humorous action song prepared especially for district schools. It will make a hit wherever produced.
Jolly Pickaninnies. (Worrell.) Introduce this coon song into your next entertainment. If you use the directions for the motions which accompany the music, the pickaninnies will bring down the house. Their black faces and shining eyes will guarantee a hit. The words are great and the music just right.
Lullaby Lane. (Worrell.) This song is one which the children, once having learned, will never forget. The words have the charm of the verses written by Robert Louis Stevenson. The music is equally sweet and Is perfectly suited to the beautiful words. It may be sung as a solo by a little girl with a chorus of other little girls with dolls, or as a closing song by the whole school.
My Own America, I Love But Thee. (Worrell.) Here is a song that will arouse patriotism in the heart of every one who hears it. The music is so catchy that the children and grown-ups, too, Just cant resist it. It makes a capital marching song.
Now, Aren't You Glad You Came? (Guptill-Weaver.) This is a closing song which is quite out of the ordinary. There is humor in every line. The music is lively. Your audience will not soon forget this spicy song for it will get many an unexpected laugh. The motions which accompany this song make it doubly effective. For any occasion and for any number of children.
We Are Creepy Little Scarecrows. (Guptill-Weaver.) A weird, fascinating action song. You cant go wrong with this song. There are four verses and chorus. Complete directions accompany this song so that it may be featured as a song and drill, if desired. For any occasion and for any number of children.
We've Just Arrived From Bashful Town. (Worrell.) This song will bring memories to the listeners of their own bashful school days. They will recall just how scared they were when asked to sing or play or speak. The words are unusually clever. The music is decidedly melodious. It makes a capital welcome song or it may be sung at any time on any program with assured success.
We Hope You've Brought Your Smiles Along. (Worrell.) A welcome song that will at once put the audience in a joyous frame of mind and create a happy impression that will mean half the success of your entire program. Words, bright and inspiring. Music, catchy. A sure hit for your entertainment.
Well Now Have To Say Good-Bye. (Worrell.) This beautiful song has snap and go that will appeal alike to visitors and singers. It is just the song to send your audience home with happy memories of the occasion.
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