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Be a Clown

from The Pirate

Words and Music by Cole Porter
©Loew's, 1946
p. Chappell, 1948

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

The Boy Next Door

from Meet Me in St. Louis

Words and Music by
Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane
©J. Albert & Son, 1944

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

A Couple of Swells

from Easter Parade

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
© Irving Berlin Ltd., 1947

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Don't Bite the Hand
That's Feeding You

cut from For Me and My Gal

Words by Thomas Hoier,
Music by Jimmie Morgan
© Leo Feist, 1915

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Embraceable You

from Girl Crazy

Words by Ira Gershwin,
Music by George Gershwin
© New World Music, 1930

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

A Fella with an Umbrella

from Easter Parade

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
©Irving Berlin, 1947
p. Leo Feist, 1947

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

For Me and My Gal

from For Me and My Gal

Words by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz,
Music by George W. Meyer
Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1915;
Mills Music, 1932

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Good Morning

from Babes in Arms

Words by Johnny Mercer,
Music by Harry Warren
Chappell, 1939

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Have Yourself a
Merry Little Christmas

from Meet Me in St. Louis

Words and Music by
Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane
© J. Albert & Son, 1944

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

How About You?

from Babes on Broadway

Words by Ralph Freed,
Music by Burton Lane
© Leo Feist, 1941;
p. The Sun Music (London)

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

How About You?

from Babes on Broadway

Words by Ralph Freed,
Music by Burton Lane
© Leo Feist, 1941;

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

I Cried for You

from Babes in Arms

Words and Music by
Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim
and Abe Lyman
Miller Music, 1923

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

I Got the Sun in the Morning

from Annie Get Your Gun
(this sheet from stage version)

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
© Irving Berlin Music, 1946

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

I'm Feelin' Like a Million

from Broadway Melody of 1938

Words by Arthur Freed,
Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Robbins Music, 1937

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

I'm Nobody's Baby

from
Andy Hardy Meets Debutante

Words and Music by
Benny Davis, Milton Ager
and Lester Santly
Leo Feist, 1921

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

In-Between

from Love Finds Andy Hardy

Words and Music by Roger Edens
Leo Feist, 1938

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

It Only Happens
When I Dance with You

from Easter Parade

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
© Irving Berlin, 1947
p. Irving Berlin Music Corp.

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

It's a Great Day for the Irish

from Little Nellie Kelly

Words and Music by Roger Edens
© Leo Feist, 1940

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

It's Love I'm After

from Pigskin Parade

Words by Sidney D. Mitchell,
Music by Lew Pollack
© Movietone Music, 1936
p. Sam Fox Publishing

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

The Joint Is Really Jumpin'
in Carnegie Hall

from Thousands Cheer

Words and Music by
Roger Edens, Ralph Blaine
and Hugh Martin
Leo Feist, 1943

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

The Last Time I Saw Paris

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II,
Music by Jerome Kern
© T.B. Harms, 1940

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Look for the Silver Lining

from Till the Clouds Roll By

Words by Bud De Sylva,
Music by Jerome Kern
© T.B. Harms, 1920

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis

from Meet Me in St. Louis

Words by Andrew B. Sterling,
Music by Kerry Mills
Kerry Mills, 1931
Jerry Vogel Music, 1935

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Meet Me To-Night in Dreamland

from In the Good Old Summertime

Words by Andrew B. Sterling,
Music by Kerry Mills
Kerry Mills, 1931
Jerry Vogel Music, 1935

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Meet the Beat of My Heart

from Love Finds Andy Hardy

Words and Music by
Mack Gordon and Harry Revel
Leo Feist, 1938

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Melody Farm

from Everybody Sing

Words by Gus Kahn
Music by Bronislaw Kaper
and Walter Jurmann
© Leo Feist, 1937

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Nellie Kelly I Love You

from Little Nellie Kelly
(this sheet from stage musical)

Words and Music by
George M. Cohan
© M. Witmark & Sons, 1922

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

On the Atchison, Topeka
and the Santa Fe

from The Harvey Girls

Words by Johnny Mercer
Music by Harry Warren
Leo Feist, 1945

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

On the Bumpy Road to Love

from Listen, Darling

Words and Music by Al Hoffman,
Al Lewis and Murray Mencher
© Leo Feist, 1938

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

On the Bumpy Road to Love

from Listen, Darling

(this sheet is Linda Lee version)

Words and Music by Al Hoffman,
Al Lewis and Murray Mencher
© Leo Feist, 1938

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Our Love Affair

from Strike Up the Band

Words and music by
Arthur Freed and Roger Edens
Leo Feist, 1940

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Over the Rainbow

from The Wizard of Oz

Words by E.Y. Harburg
Music by Harold Arlen
Leo Feist, 1939

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Over the Rainbow

from The Wizard of Oz

Words by E.Y. Harburg
Music by Harold Arlen
© Leo Feist, 1939

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Over the Rainbow

from The Wizard of Oz

Words by E.Y. Harburg
Music by Harold Arlen
© MGM, Leo Feist, 1938, 1939, 1966, 1967
p. CPP/Belwin

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

There Is No Breeze
(To Cool the Flame of Love)

Recorded by Judy for
Decca Records

Words by Dorothy Dick
Music by Alstone
© Robbins Music

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

The Trolley Song

from Meet Me in St. Louis

Words and music by
Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane
Leo Feist, 1944

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Waiting for the Robert E. Lee

sung by Judy Garland and Principals
in Babes on Broadway

Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert
Music by Lewis F. Muir
© Alfred Music, 1912

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Who?

sung by Judy in Till the Clouds Roll By
(this sheet is original stage version
as performed by Marilyn Miller)
Words by Otto Harbach
and Oscar Hammerstein II,
Music by Jerome Kern
© T.B. Harms, 1925

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta
(Talk, Talk, Talk)

recorded by Judy with Bing Crosby
for Decca Records, 1945
Words and Music by
Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen
© Burke and Van Heusen, Inc., 1945

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

You Wonderful You

from Summer Stock

Words by Jack Brooks and Saul Chaplin,
Music by Harry Warren
© Harry Warren Music, 1950
p. Miller Music

from the collection of
Jim Johnson

Yours and Mine

from Broadway Melody of 1938

Words by Arthur Freed,
Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Leo Feist, 1937

from the collection of
Jim Johnson





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