List of songs written by Irving Berlin

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This article is a list of songs written by Irving Berlin. It is arranged in alphabetical order, but can be rearranged in chronological order by clicking at the top of that column. You may also click twice at the top of the "click to play" column, to bring those items to the top of the list. Furthermore, you can click on the last column to bring to the top those songs that have Wikipedia articles about them.

Sources vary as to the number of songs actually written by Berlin, but a 2001 article in TIME put the figure at around 1,250. Of these, 25 tunes reached #1 on the pop charts.[1] This is not a complete list, given that he wrote hundreds more songs than the ones listed here.[2] [3]

This list gives the year each song was written, or alternatively groups each song into a five-year period. The list is incomplete but gives a sense of Berlin's evolution as a songwriter over a period of decades.

According to the New York Public Library, whose Irving Berlin collection comprises 550 non-commercial recordings radio broadcasts, live performances, and private recordings,[4] he published his first song, "Marie from Sunny Italy", in 1907 and had his first major international hit, "Alexander's Ragtime Band" in 1911.

Many of Berlin's songs were included in the seventeen complete scores he wrote for Broadway musicals and revues, including The Cocoanuts, As Thousands Cheer, Louisiana Purchase, Miss Liberty, Mr. President, Call Me Madam and Annie Get Your Gun.[4]


Name of song with link to article (if available) Year or range when written Click to play (if available) Wikipedia Article? (Y/N)
A Couple of Song and Dance Men 1945 N
A Couple of Swells 1947–1951 N
A Fella with an Umbrella 1947–1951 N
A Guy on Monday 1962–1966 N
A Little Bit of Everything 1912–1916 N
A Little Bungalow 1922–1926 N
A Little Old Church in England 1937–1941 N
A Man Chases a Girl 1947–1951 N
A Man Is Only a Man 1917–1921 N
A Man to Cook For 1962–1966 N
A One-Man Woman 1962–1966 N
A Play without a Bedroom 1917–1921 N
A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody 1919 Y
A Sailor's Not a Sailor 1952–1956 N
A Serenade to an Old-Fashioned Girl 1942–1946 N
A Streak of Blues 1917–1921 N
A True Born Soldier Man 1912–1916 N
Abie Sings an Irish Song 1912–1916 N
Abraham 1942–1946 N
Adoption Dance 1942–1946 N
Aesop, that Able Fable Man 1952–1956 N
After the Honeymoon 1907–1911 N
After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It 1920 N
Alexander and His Clarinet 1907–1911 N
Alexander's Bag-Pipe Band 1912–1916 N
Alexander's Ragtime Band[4] 1911
Alice in Wonderland 1922–1926 N
All Alone 1924 Y
All by Myself[5] 1921 Y
All of My Life 1942–1946 N
Along Came Ruth 1912–1916 N
Always April 1922–1926 N
Always Treat Her Like a Baby 1912–1916 N
Always[1] 1925 Y
American Eagles 1942–1946 N
An Old Fashioned Tune Is Always New 1937–1941 N
An Orange Grove in California 1922–1926 N
And Father Wanted Me to Learn a Trade 1912–1916 N
Angelo 1907–1911 N
Angels of Mercy 1937–1941 N
Angels 1907–1911 N
Anna Liza's Wedding Day 1912–1916 N
Antonio, You'd Better Come Home 1912–1916 N
Any Bonds Today? 1941 Y
Any Love Today? 1927–1931 N
Anybody Can Write 1952–1956 N
Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better)[1] 1942–1946 Y
Araby 1912–1916 N
Arms for the Love of America 1937–1941 N
At Peace with the World 1922–1926 N
At the Court Around the Comer 1917–1921 N
At the Devil's Ball 1912–1916 N
At the Picture Show 1912–1916 N
Back to Back 1937–1941 N
Bandanna Ball 1922–1926 N
Be Careful, It's My Heart 1942–1946 N
Beautiful Faces Need Beautiful Clothes 1917–1921 N
Because I Love You 1926 N
Becky's Got a Job in a Musical Show 1912–1916 N
Before I Go and Marry I Will Have a Talk with You 1907–1911 N
Begging for Love 1927–1931 N
Behind the Fan 1917–1921 N
Bells 1917–1921 N
Better Luck Next Time 1947–1951 N
Better Times with Al 1927–1931 N
Bevo 1917–1921 N
Blow Your Horn 1912–1916 N
Blue Skies[1] 1926 Y
Brand New 1912–1916 N
Bring Back My Lena to Me 1907–1911 N
Bring Back My Lovin' Man 1907–1911 N
Bring Me a Ring in the Spring 1907–1911 N
Bring on the Pepper 1922–1926 N
Broker's Ensemble 1927–1931 N
Business for a Good Girl Is Bad 1947–1951 N
Business Is Business, Rosey Cohen 1907–1911 N
But Where Are You? 1932–1936 N
But! She's Just a Little Bit Crazy 1917–1921 N
Butterfingers 1932–1936 N
Call Again 1912–1916 N
Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon 1907–1911 N
Can You Use Any Money Today? 1947–1951 N
Can't You Tell? 1922–1926 N
Change Partners 1938 Y
Chanson Printaniere 1922–1926 N
Chase All Your Cares and Go to Sleep, Baby 1927–1931 N
Chatter, Chatter 1912–1916 N
Cheek to Cheek[6] 1932–1936 Y
Chinese Firecrackers 1917–1921 N
Choreography 1952–1956 N
Christmas Time Seems Years and Years Away 1907–1911 N
Cinderella Lost Her Slipper 1917–1921 N
City Hall 1932–1936 N
Climbing the Scale 1922–1926 N
Cohen Owes Me Ninety-Seven Dollars 1912–1916 N
Colonel Buffalo Bill 1942–1946 N
Colored Rome 1907–1911 N
Come Along Sextette 1917–1921 N
Come Along to Toy Town 1917–1921 N
Come Back to Me, My Melody 1912–1916 N
Come to the Land of the Argentine 1912–1916 N
Coquette 1927–1931 N
Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep) 1954 Y
Crinoline Days 1922–1926 N
I'll see you in C-U-B-A 1920 N
Cuddle Up 1907–1911 N
Daddy, Come Home 1912–1916 Y
Dance and Grow Thin 1917–1921 N
Dance with Me (Tonight at the Mardi Gras) 1937–1941 N
Dance Your Troubles Away 1922–1926 N
Dat Draggy Rag 1907–1911 N
Dat's A My Gal 1907–1911 N
De Tant Amour-De Tant D'Ivresse 1922–1926 N
Dear Mayme, I Love You 1907–1911 N
Debts 1932–1936 N
Diamond Horse-Shoe 1922–1926 N
Ding Dong 1917–1921 N
Do It Again 1912–1916 N
Do You Believe Your Eyes, or Do You Believe Your Baby? 1927–1931 N
Do Your Duty, Doctor 1907–1911 N
Dog Gone That Chilly Man 1907–1911 N
Doin' What Comes Natur'lly[7] 1942–1946 Y
Don't Be Afraid of Romance 1962–1966 N
Don't Leave Your Wife Alone 1912–1916 N
Don't Put Out the Light 1907–1911 N
Don't Send Me Back to Petrograd 1922–1926 N
Don't Take Your Beau to the Seashore 1907–1911 N
Don't Wait too Long 1922–1926 N
Dorando 1907–1911 N
Down in Chattanooga 1912–1916 N
Down in My Heart 1912–1916 N
Down to the Folies Bergere 1907–1911 N
Down Where the Jack O'Lanterns Grow 1917–1921 N
Dream on, Little Soldier Boy 1917–1921 N
Dreams, Just Dreams 1907–1911 N
Drinking Song 1932–1936 N
Drowsy Head 1917–1921 N
Drum Crazy 1947–1951 N
Easter Parade 1933 Y
Eighteenth Amendment Repealed 1932–1936 N
Elevator Man, Going Up! Going Up! Going Up! 1912–1916 N
Empty Pockets Filled with Love 1962–1966 N
England Every Time for Me 1912–1916 N
Ephraham Played Upon the Piano 1907–1911 N
Ever Since I Put on a Uniform 1917–1921 N
Everybody Knew But Me 1942–1946 N
Everybody Step 1921 N
Everybody's Doin' It Now 1907–1911 N
Everyone in the World Is Doing the Charleston 1922–1926 N
Everything in America Is Ragtime 1912–1916 N
Everything Is Rosy Now for Rosie 1917–1921 N
Extra! Extra! 1947–1951 N
Falling Out of Love Can Be Fun 1947–1951 N
Father's Beard 1912–1916 N
Five O'Clock Tea 1922–1926 N
Florida By the Sea 1922–1926 N
Follow Me Around 1912–1916 N
Follow the Crowd 1912–1916
Follow the Fleet 1932–1936 N
Follow the Leader Jig 1947–1951 N
Following the Girl Behind the Smile 1912–1916 N
Fools Fall in Love 1937–1941 N
For the Very First Time 1952–1956 N
For Your Country and My Country[1] 1917 N
Free 1947–1951 N
From Here to Shanghai 1917–1921 N
Funny Feet 1922–1926 N
Furnishing a Home for Two 1912–1916 N
Gee, I Wish I Was Back in the Army 1952–1956 N
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 1922–1926 N
Get Thee Behind Me Satan 1932–1936 Y
Getting Nowhere (Running Around In Circles) 1945 N
Ginger 1912–1916 N
Girl on the Police Gazette 1937–1941 N
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor (Emma Lazarus) 1947–1951 N
Glad to be Home 1962–1966 N
God Bless America[6] 1937–1941 Y
God Gave You to Me 1912–1916 N
Goodbye, France 1917–1921 N
Goodbye, Girlie, And Remember Me 1907–1911 N
Goody, Goody, Goody, Goody, Good 1912–1916 N
Happy Easter 1947–1951 N
Happy Holiday 1942–1946 Y
Happy Little Country Girl 1912–1916 N
Harem Life 1917–1921 N
Harlem On My Mind 1932–1936 N
He Ain't Got Rhythm 1937–1941 N
He Doesn't Know What It's All About 1922–1926 N
He Played It on his Fid, Fid, Fiddle-De-Dee 1912–1916 N
He Promised Me 1907–1911 N
Heat Wave 1933 Y
Heaven Watch the Philippines 1942–1946 Y
Help Me to Help My Neighbor 1947–1951 N
Herman, Let's Dance That Beautiful Waltz 1907–1911 N
He's a Devil in His Own Home Town 1912–1916 N
He's a Rag Picker 1912–1916 N
He's Getting Too Darn Big for a One-Horse Town 1912–1916 N
He's So Good to Me 1912–1916 N
Hiram's Band 1912–1916 N
Holiday Inn 1942–1946 N
Home Again Blues 1917–1921 N
Homesick 1922–1926 N
Homeward Bound 1912–1916 N
Homework 1947–1951 N
How About a Cheer for the Navy 1942–1946 N
How About Me? 1927–1931 Y
How Can I Change My Luck? 1927–1931 N
How Can I Forget 1917–1921 N
How Deep is the Ocean? 1932–1936 Y
How Do You Do It, Mabel, On Twenty Dollars a Week? 1907–1911 N
How Dry I am 1919 Y
How Many Times? 1922–1926 N
How Much I Love You 1927–1931 N
How's Chances? 1932–1936 Y
Hurry Back to My Bamboo Shack 1912–1916 N
I Beg Your Pardon, Dear Old Broadway 1907–1911 N
I Can Always Find a Little Sunshine in the Y.M.C.A. 1917–1921 N
I Can't Do Without You 1927–1931 N
I Can't Remember 1932–1936 N
I Can't Tell a Lie 1942–1946 N
I Didn't Go Home at All 1907–1911 N
I Don't Want to Be Married 1927–1931 N
I Get Along with the Aussies 1942–1946 N
I Got Lost in His Arms 1942–1946 Y
I Got the Sun in the Mornin' (and the Moon at Night) 1942–1946 Y
I Hate You 1912–1916 N
I Have Just One Heart for Just One Boy 1917–1921 N
I Just Came Back to Say Goodbye 1907–1911 N
I Keep Running Away from You 1957–1961 N
I Left My Door Open and My Daddy Walked Out 1917–1921 N
I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen 1942–1946 N
I Like Ike 1952–1956 N
I Like It 1917–1921 N
I Lost My Heart In Dixieland[5] 1919 N
I Love a Piano 1915 N
I Love My Neighbor 1927–1931 N
I Love to Dance 1912–1916 N
I Love to Have the Boys Around Me 1912–1916 N
I Love to Quarrel with You 1912–1916 N
I Love to Stay at Home 1912–1916 N
I Love You More Each Day 1907–1911 N
I Never Had A Chance 1932–1936 N
I Never Knew 1917–1921 N
I Never Want to See You Again 1952–1956 N
I Never Would Do in Society 1912–1916 N
I Paid My Income Tax Today 1942–1946 N
I Poured My Heart into a Song 1937–1941 N
I Say It's Spinach (And The Hell With It) 1932–1936 N
I Still Like Ike 1952–1956 N
I Threw a Kiss in the Ocean 1942–1946 N
I Used to Be Color Blind 1938 Y
I Used to Play by Ear 1962–1966 N
I Want to Be a Ballet Dancer 1922–1926 N
I Want to Be in Dixie 1912–1916 N
I Want to Go Back to Michigan 1914
I Want You for Myself 1927–1931 N
I Was Aviating Around 1912–1916 N
I Wish You Was My Gal, Molly 1907–1911 N
I Wonder 1917–1921 N
I Wouldn't Give That for the Man Who Couldn't Dance 1917–1921 N
I'd Like My Picture Took 1947–1951 N
I'd Love to Be Shot from a Cannon with You 1937–1941 N
I'd Rather Lead A Band 1932–1936 N
I'd Rather See a Minstrel Show 1917–1921 N
If All the Girls I Knew Were Like You 1912–1916 N
If I Had My Way, I'd Live among the Gypsies 1917–1921 N
If I Had You 1912–1916 N
If I Thought You Wouldn't Tell 1907–1911 N
If That's Your Idea of a Wonderful Time (Take Me Home) 1912–1916 N
If the Managers Only Thought the Same As Mother 1907–1911 N
If You Believe 1937–1941 N
If You Don't Want Me (Why Do You Hang Around) 1912–1916 N
If You Don't Want My Peaches (You'd Better Stop Shaking My Tree) 1912–1916 N
Ike for Four More Years 1952–1956 N
I'll Capture Your Heart Singing 1942–1946 N
I'll Dance Rings around You 1942–1946 N
I'll Know Better the Next Time 1957–1961 N
I'll Miss You in the Evening 1932–1936 N
I'll Share It All with You 1942–1946 N
I'll Take You Back to Italy 1917–1921 N
I'm a Bad, Bad Man 1942–1946 N
I'm a Dancing Teacher Now 1912–1916 N
I'm a Dumbbell 1917–1921 N
I'm a Happy Married Man 1907–1911 N
I'm a Vamp from East Broadway, 1917–1921 N
I'm Afraid, Pretty Maid, I'm Afraid 1912–1916 N
I'm an Indian, Too 1942–1946 Y
I'm Beginning to Miss You 1947–1951 N
I'm Down in Honolulu Looking Them Over 1912–1916 N
I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep 1942–1946 N
I'm Going Back to Dixie 1912–1916 N
I'm Going Back to the Farm 1912–1916 N
I'm Going on a Long Vacation 1907–1911 N
I'm Gonna Do It If I Like It 1917–1921 N
I'm Gonna Get Him 1962–1966 N
I'm Gonna Pin My Medal on the Girl I Left Behind[1] 1917 Y
I'm Looking for a Daddy Long Legs 1922–1926 N
I'm Not Afraid 1952–1956 N
I'm Not Prepared 1912–1916 N
I'm on My Way Home 1922–1926 N
I'm Playing with Fire 1932–1936 N
I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket 1932–1936 Y
I'm Sorry for Myself 1937–1941 N
I'm the Guy Who Guards the Harem 1917–1921 N
I'm the Head Man 1927–1931 N
In a Cozy Kitchenette Apartment 1917–1921 N
In Acapulco 1947–1951 N
In Florida Among the Palms 1912–1916 N
In My Harem 1912–1916 N
In Our Hide-Away 1962–1966 N
In the Morning 1927–1931 N
In the Shade of a Sheltering Tree 1922–1926 N
In Those Good Old Bowery Days 1927–1931 N
Innocent Bessie Brown 1907–1911 N
Irving Berlin Barrett 1957–1961 N
Irving Berlin Si's Been Drinking Cider 1912–1916 N
Is He the Only Man in the World? 1962–1966 N
Is That Nice 1927–1931 N
Is There Anything Else that I Can Do For You? 1907–1911 N
Isn't This a Lovely Day? 1932–1936 Y
Israel 1957–1961 N
It All Belongs to Me 1927–1931 N
It Gets Lonely in the White House 1962–1966 N
It Isn't What He Said, But the Way He Said It 1912–1916 N
It Only Happens When I Dance With You 1947–1951 N
It Takes an Irishman to Make Love 1917–1921 N
It Takes More than Love to Keep a Lady Warm 1952–1956 N
It'll Come to You 1937–1941 N
It's a Lovely Day Today 1950 Y
It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow 1937–1941 N
It's a Walk-in with Walker 1922–1926 N
It's Always the Same 1962–1966 N
It's the Little Bit of Irish 1917–1921 N
It's Up to the Band 1927–1931 N
It's Yours 1927–1931 N
I've Got a Sweet Tooth Bothering Me 1912–1916 N
I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now 1920
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm 1937 Y
I've Got to Be Around 1962–1966 N
I've Got to Go Back to Texas 1912–1916 N
I've Got to Have Some Lovin' Now 1912–1916 N
Jake! Jake! The Yiddisher Ball Player 1912–1916 N
Jap-German Sextette 1942–1946 N
Jimmy 1927–1931 N
Jungle Jingle 1927–1931 N
Just a Blue Serge Suit 1942–1946 N
Just a Little Longer 1922–1926 N
Just A Little While 1927–1931 N
Just Another Kill 1917–1921 N
Just Like the Rose 1907–1911 N
(Just One Way to Say) I Love You 1947–1951 N
Kate 1947–1951 N
Keep Away From the Fellow Who Owns an Automobile 1912–1916 N
Keep on Walking 1912–1916 N
King of Broadway 1917–1921 N
Kiss Me, My Honey, Kiss Me 1907–1911 N
Kiss Your Sailor Boy Goodbye 1912–1916 N
Kitchen Police 1917–1921 N
Klondike Kate 1952–1956 N
Knights of the Road 1927–1931 N
Ladies of the Chorus 1942–1946 N
Lady of the Evening 1922–1926 N
Latins Know How 1937–1941 N
Laugh It Up 1962–1966 N
Lazy 1922–1926 Y
Lead Me to Love 1912–1916 N
Lead Me to that Beautiful Band 1912–1916 N
Learn to Do the Strut 1922–1926 N
Learn to Sing a Love Song 1927–1931 N
Let Me Sing and I'm Happy 1927–1931 N
Let Yourself Go 1932–1936 Y
Let's All Be Americans Now[1] 1917 N
Let's Face the Music and Dance[6] 1932–1936 Y
Let's Go Around the Town 1912–1916 N
Let's Go Back to the Waltz 1962–1966 N
Let's Go West Again 1942–1946 N
Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee 1932–1936 Y
Let's Say It with Firecrackers 1942–1946 N
Let's Start the New Year Right 1942–1946 N
Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk 1947–1951 Y
Letter Boxes 1917–1921 N
Lichtenburg 1947–1951 N
Lindy 1917–1921 N
Listening 1922–1926 N
Little Butterfly 1922–1926 N
Little Fish in a Big Pond 1947–1951 N
Lock Me in Your Harem and Throw Away the Key 1912–1916 N
Lonely Heart 1932–1936 N
Lonely Moon 1912–1916 N
Long As I Can Take You Home 1962–1966 N
Look at Them Doing It 1912–1916 N
Look Out for That Bolsheviki Man 1917–1921 N
Across the Breakfast Table 1930 N
Louisiana Purchase 1937–1941 N
Love And The Weather 1947–1951 N
Love Leads to Marriage 1952–1956 N
Love, You Didn't Do Right by Me 1952–1956 N
Lucky Boy 1922–1926 N
Lunching at the Automat 1932–1936 N
Maid of Mesh 1922–1926 N
Majestic Sails at Midnight 1932–1936 N
Man Bites Dog 1932–1936 N
Mandy[1] 1919 Y
Manhattan Madness 1932–1936 N
Marching Along with Time[1] 1938 N
Marie[1] (AKA "Marie (The Dawn Is Breaking)") 1929 Y
Marie from Sunny Italy[4] 1907 N
Marrying for Love 1947–1951 N
Mary Brown 1917–1921 N
Maybe I Love You Too Much 1932–1936 N
Maybe It's Because I Love You 1933 N
Me 1927–1931 N
Me An' My Bundle 1947–1951 N
Me and My Melinda 1942–1946 N
Meat and Potatoes 1962–1966 N
Meet Me Tonight 1907–1911 N
Memory That's Soon Forgotten 1927–1931 N
Metropolitan Nights 1912–1916 N
Metropolitan Opening 1932–1936 N
Minstrel Days 1922–1926 N
Miss Liberty 1947–1951 N
Molly, Oh! Molly 1907–1911 N
Montmartre 1922–1926 N
Moon Over Napoli 1932–1936 N
Moonlight Maneuvers 1932–1936 N
Moonshine Lullaby 1942–1946 N
Morning Exercise 1912–1916 N
Move Over 1912–1916 N
Mr. Jazz Himself 1917–1921 N
Mr. Monotony 1947–1951 N
Mr. President 1962–1966 N
Mrs. Sally Adams 1947–1951 N
My Baby's Come Back to Me 1922–1926 N
My Ben Ali Haggin Girl 1917–1921 N
My Bird of Paradise 1912–1916 N
My British Buddy 1943 N
My Castle 1927–1931 N
My Defenses Are Down 1942–1946 Y
My Heather Belle 1912–1916 N
My Little Book of Poetry 1917–1921 N
My Little Feller 1927–1931 N
My Melody Dream 1907–1911 N
My New York 1927–1931 N
My Rhinestone Girl 1927–1931 N
My Sergeant and I Are Buddies 1942–1946 N
My Sweet Italian Man 1912–1916 N
My Sweetie 1917–1921 N
My Tamborine Girl 1917–1921 N
My Walking Stick 1937–1941 N
My Wife's Gone to the Country (Hurrah! Hurrah!) 1907–1911 N
Next To Your Mother Who Do You Love? 1907–1911 N
No One Could Do It Like My Father 1907–1911 N
No Strings (I'm Fancy Free) 1932–1936 Y
Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems to Care) 1917–1921 N
Nora 1927–1931 N
Not for All the Rice in China 1933 N
Now It Can Be Told 1937–1941 Y
Nudist Colony 1932–1936 N
Office Hours 1912–1916 N
Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning[1] (music by Ted Snyder) 1910
Oh! To Be Home Again 1942–1946 N
Oh! Where Is My Wife Tonight? 1907–1911 N
Oh, How That German Could Love 1910
Oh, That Beautiful Rag 1907–1911 N
Old Fashioned Wedding[7] 1966 Y
On a Roof in Manhattan 1932–1936 N
On the Steps of Grant's Tomb 1937–1941 N
Once Every Four Years 1962–1966 N
Once Upon a Time Today 1947–1951 N
One Girl 1922–1926 N
One O'Clock in the Morning I Get Lonesome 1907–1911 N
Only for Americans 1947–1951 N
Ooh, Maybe It's You 1927–1931 N
Opening the Mizner Story 1952–1956 N
Opera Burlesque on the Sextette 1912–1916 N
Our Day of Independence 1947–1951 N
Our Wedding Day 1932–1936 N
Out of the This World, Into My Arms 1952–1956 N
Outside of Loving You, I Like You 1962–1966 N
Outside of That I Love You 1937–1941 N
Over the Sea, Boys 1917–1921 N
Pack up Your Sins and Go to the Devil" 1922–1926 N
Paris Wakes up and Smiles 1947–1951 N
Piano Man 1907–1911 N
Pick, Pick, Pick on the Mandolin, Antonio 1912–1916 N
Pickaninny — Mose 1917–1921 N
Pigtails and Freckles 1962–1966 N
Play a Simple Melody[1] (aka "Simple Melody/Musical Demon") 1914 Y
Please Let Me Come Back to You 1952–1956 N
Plenty to Be Thankful For 1942–1946 N
Polka 1912–1916 N
Polly, Pretty Polly 1917–1921 N
Poor Joe 1962–1966 N
Poor Little Rich Girl's Dog 1917–1921 N
Porcelain Maid 1922–1926 N
Pretty Birdie 1917–1921 N
Pullman Porters Parade 1912–1916 N
Puttin' on the Ritz[1] 1930 Y
Queenie 1907–1911 N
Ragtime Finale 1912–1916 N
Ragtime Mocking Bird 1912–1916 N
Ragtime Opera Melody 1912–1916 N
Ragtime Razor Brigade 1917–1921 N
Ragtime Soldier Man 1912–1916 N
Rainbow of Girls 1927–1931 N
Rainy Day Sue 1922–1926 N
Reaching for the Moon 1930 Y
Real Girl 1907–1911 N
Relatives 1917–1921 N
Remember 1925 Y
Revolt in Cuba 1932–1936 N
Ribbons and Bows 1927–1931 N
Rock-A-Bye Baby 1922–1926 N
Roses of Yesterday 1927–1931 N
Rum Tum Tiddle 1912–1916 N
Run Home and Tell Your Mother 1907–1911 N
Russian Lullaby 1927 N
Sadie Salome (Go Home) 1907–1911 N
Sailor Song 1912–1916 N
Sam, Sam, the Man What Am 1957–1961 N
San Francisco Bound 1912–1916 Y
Say it Isn't so 1932–1936 Y
Say It With Music 1917–1921 N
Sayonara 1957–1961 N
Send a Lot of Jazz Bands Over There 1917–1921 N
Settle Down in a One-Horse Town 1912–1916 N
Sex Marches On 1937–1941 N
Shakin' the Blues Away 1927–1931 N
She Was a Dear Little Girl 1907–1911 N
Show Me the Way 1917–1921 N
Show Us How to Do the Fox Trot 1912–1916 N
Silver Platter 1957–1961 N
Sing a Song of Sing Sing 1947–1951 N
Sisters[5] 1953 Y
Sittin’ In The Sun (Countin’ My Money) 1952–1956 N
Sixteen, Sweet Sixteen 1922–1926 N
Skate with Me 1932–1936 N
Skating Song 1912–1916 N
Slumming on Park Avenue 1937–1941 Y
Smile and Show Your Dimple 1917–1921 N
Smiling Geisha 1952–1956 N
Snookey Ookums 1912–1916 N
Snow 1952–1956 N
So Help Me 1932–1936 N
Society Wedding 1932–1936 N
Soft Lights and Sweet Music 1927–1931 N
Sombrero Land 1907–1911 N
Some Little Something About You 1907–1911 N
Some Sunny Day 1922–1926 N
Somebody's Coming to My House 1912–1916 N
Someone Else May Be There 1917–1921 N
Someone Just Like You, Dear 1907–1911 N
Someone's Waiting for Me 1907–1911 N
Something to Dance About 1947–1951 N
Song for Belly Dancer 1962–1966 N
Song for Elizabeth Esther Barrett 1957–1961 N
Song of Freedom 1942–1946 N
Spanish Love 1907–1911 N
Spring and Fall 1912–1916 N
Stay Down Here Where You Belong 1912–1916 Y
Steppin' Out with My Baby 1947–1951 Y
Stop Press 1932–1936 N
Stop That Rag (Keep on Playing) 1907–1911 N
Stop! Look! Listen! 1912–1916 N
Stop! Stop! Stop! Come Over and Love Me Some More 1907–1911 N
Sunshine 1927–1931 N
Supper Time 1932–1936 Y
Swanee Shuffle 1927–1931 N
Sweet Baby 1927–1931 N
Sweet Italian Love 1907–1911 N
Sweet Marie, Make a Rag-a-Time-a-Dance with Me 1907–1911 N
Sweeter Than Sugar (is My Sweetie) 1917–1921 N
Swing Sister 1937–1941 N
Syncopated Cocktail 1917–1921 N
Take a Little Tip from Father 1912–1916 N
Take a Little Wife 1922–1926 N
Take 'im Away, He's Breaking My Heart 1922–1926 N
Take It in Your Stride 1942–1946 N
Take Me Back 1912–1916 N
Take Off A Little Bit 1912–1916 N
Tango Melody 1922–1926 N
Teach Me How to Love 1912–1916 N
Tell All the Folks in Kentucky (I'm Coming Home) 1922–1926 N
Tell Her in the Springtime 1922–1926 N
Tell Me a Bedtime Story 1922–1926 N
Tell Me with a Melody 1922–1926 N
Tell Me, Little Gypsy 1917–1921 N
Telling Lies 1907–1911 N
Thank You, Kind Sir, Said She 1907–1911 N
That Dying Rag 1907–1911 N
That Goody Melody 1917–1921 N
That Hula Hula 1912–1916 N
That International Rag 1913
That Kazzatsky Dance 1907–1911 N
That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune 1907–1911 N
That Monkey Tune 1907–1911 N
That Mysterious Rag (written with Ted Snyder) 1911
That Opera Rag 1907–1911 N
That Russian Winter 1942–1946 N
That Society Bear 1912–1916 N
That's a Good Girl 1922–1926 N
That's How I Love You 1912–1916 N
That's My Idea of Paradise 1917–1921 N
That's My Idea of Paradise 1912–1916 N
That's What the Well-Dressed Man in Harlem Will Wear 1942–1946 N
The Apple Tree and the Bumble Bee 1912–1916 N
The Army's Made a Man of Me 1942–1946 N
The Belle of the Barber's Ball 1912–1916 N
The Bellhops 1922–1926 N
The Best of Friends Must Part 1907–1911 N
The Best Thing for You (Would Be Me) 1947–1951 Y
The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing 1952–1956 N
The Blue Devils of France 1917–1921 N
The Call of the South 1922–1926 N
The Chicken Walk 1912–1916 N
The Circus Is Coming to Town 1917–1921 N
The Devil Has Brought Up All the Coal 1917–1921 N
The Eyes of Youth See the Truth 1917–1921 N
The Fifth Army's Where My Heart Is 1942–1946 N
The First Lady 1962–1966 N
The Freedom Train 1947–1951 N
The Friars Parade 1912–1916 N
The Funnies 1932–1936 N
The Funny Little Melody 1912–1916 N
The Garden of Yesterday 1912–1916 N
The Girl on the Magazine Cover 1912–1916 N
The Girl That I Marry 1942–1946 Y
The Girls of My Dreams 1917–1921 N
The Grizzly Bear 1907–1911 N
The Hand That Rocked My Cradle Rules My Heart 1917–1921 N
The Happy New Year Blues 1922–1926 N
The Haunted House 1912–1916 N
The Honorable Profession of the Fourth Estate 1947–1951 N
The Hostess with the Mostes' 1947–1951 N
The Kick in the Pants 1942–1946 N
The Ki-I-Youdling Dog 1912–1916 N
The Law Must Be Obeyed 1912–1916 N
The Leg of Nations 1917–1921 N
The Legend of the Pearls 1917–1921 N
The Little Girl Who Couldn't Care 1912–1916 N
The Little Red Lacquer Cage 1922–1926 N
The Little Things In Life 1930 N
The Lord Done Fixed up My Soul 1937–1941 N
The Million Dollar Ball 1912–1916 N
The Minstrel Parade 1912–1916 N
The Monkey Doodle Doo 1912–1916 N
The Most Expensive Statue in the World 1947–1951 N
The Most 1952–1956 N
The New Moon 1919
The Night Is Filled with Music 1937–1941 N
The Ocarina 1947–1951 N
The Old Maid's Ball 1912–1916 N
The Old Man 1952–1956 N
The P.X. 1962–1966 N
The Passion Flower 1917–1921 N
The Piccolino 1932–1936 N
The Police of New York 1927–1931 N
The Policemen's Ball 1947–1951 N
The President's Birthday Ball 1942–1946 N
The Pulitzer Prize 1947–1951 N
The Race Horse and the Flea 1942–1946 N
The Ragtime Jockey Man 1912–1916 N
The Ragtime Violin 1907–1911 N
The Road that Leads to Love 1917–1921 N
The Schoolhouse Blues 1917–1921 N
The Secret Service 1962–1966 N
The Song Is Ended (but the Melody Lingers On) 1927–1931 Y
The Song of the Metronome 1937–1941 N
The Sterling Silver Moon 1917–1921 N
The Sun Dollars 1912–1916 N
The Syncopated Vamp 1917–1921 N
The Syncopated Walk 1912–1916 N
The Ten Best Undressed Women in the World 1962–1966 N
The Train 1947–1951 N
The Voice of Belgium 1912–1916 N
The Waltz of Long Ago 1922–1926 N
The Washington Twist 1962–1966 N
The Wedding of Words and Music 1917–1921 N
The Yam 1937–1941 N
The Yiddisha Professor 1912–1916 N
There Are No Wings on a Foxhole 1942–1946 N
There are Two Eyes in Dixie 1917–1921 N
There's a Corner Up in Heaven 1917–1921 N
There's a Girl in Arizona 1912–1916 N
There's a Girl in Havana 1907–1911 N
There's No Business Like Show Business[6] 1946 Y
There's Something Nice about the South 1917–1921 N
They Always Follow Me Around 1912–1916 N
They Call It Dancing 1917–1941 N
They Like Ike 1947–1951 N
They Love Me[5] 1962 N
They Say It's Wonderful 1942–1946 Y
They're Blaming the Charleston 1922–1926 N
They're on Their Way to Mexico 1912–1916 N
They've Got Me Doin' It Now 1912–1916 N
They Were All Out of Step But Jim[1] 1917 Y
This Is a Great Country 1962–1966 N
This Is the Army, Mister Jones 1942 N
This Is the Life 1912–1916 N
This Time 1942–1946 N
This Year’s Kisses 1937–1941 N
Tickling the Ivories 1927–1931 N
Ting-a-Ling, the Bells'll Ring 1922–1926 N
To Be Forgotten 1927–1931 N
To Be Or Not To Be 1932–1936 N
To My Mammy 1927–1931 N
Toast to Prohibition 1927–1931 N
Together We Two 1927–1931 N
Tokio Blues 1922–1926 N
Too Many Sweethearts 1922–1926 N
Top Hat, White Tie and Tails 1932–1936 Y
Torch Song 1927–1931 N
Tra-La, La, La! 1912–1916 N
Try It On Your Piano 1907–1911 N
Two Cheers Instead of Three 1927–1931 N
Unlucky in Love 1922–1926 N
Until I Fell in Love with You 1915 N
Ve Don't Like It 1942–1946 N
Venetian Isles 1922–1926 N
Virginia Lou 1907–1911 N
Wait Until Your Daddy Comes Home 1912–1916 N
Wait Until You're Married 1962–1966 N
Waiting At The End Of The Road 1929 N
Was There Ever a Pal Like You? 1917–1921 N
Washington Square Dance 1947–1951 N
Wasn't It Yesterday? 1917–1921 N
Watch Your Step 1912–1916 N
We Have Much to Be Thankful For 1912–1916 N
We Saw the Sea 1932–1936 N
We Should Care 1922–1926 N
Welcome Home 1912–1916 N
We'll All Be in Heaven When the Dollar Goes to Hell 1932–1936 N
We'll All Go Voting for Al 1922–1926 N
We'll Never Know 1922–1926 N
We'll Wait, Wait, Wait, Wait 1907–1911 N
We're on Our Way to France 1917–1921 N
What a Lucky Break for Me 1927–1931 N
What Am I Gonna Do? 1907–1911 N
What Are We Gonna Do with All the Jeeps? 1942–1946 N
What Can You Do with a General? 1947–1951 N
What Chance Have I With Love? 1937–1941 N
What Chance Have I With Love? 1952–1956 N
What Do I Have to Do to Get My Picture in the Paper? 1947–1951 N
What Does He Look Like? 1942–1946 N
What Does It Matter? 1927–1931 N
What Is Love? 1912–1916 N
What Makes Me Love You? 1927–1931 N
What'll I Do?[1] 1924 Y
What's There about Me? 1922–1926 N
When a One-Star General's Daughter Meets a Four-Star General's Son 1952–1956 N
When I Discovered You 1912–1916 N
When I Get Back to the U.S.A. 1912–1916 N
When I Hear You Play That Piano, Bill 1907–1911 N
When I Leave the World Behind 1912–1916 N
When I Lost You 1912
When I'm Alone I'm Lonesome 1907–1911 N
When I'm Out with You 1912–1916 N
When I'm Thinking of You, I'm Thinking of a Wonderful Love 1912–1916 N
When It Rains, Sweetheart, When It Rains 1912–1916 N
When It's Night Time in Dixie Land 1912–1916 N
When It's Peach Blossom Time in Lichtenburg 1952–1956 N
When Johnson's Quartet Harmonize 1912–1916 N
When Love Was All 1957–1961 N
When My Baby Smiles 1917–1921 N
When My Dreams Come True 1927–1931 N
When That Man Is Dead and Gone 1937–1941 N
When the Black Sheep Returns to the Fold 1912–1916 N
When the Curtain Falls 1917–1921 N
When the Folks High-Up Do the Mean Low Down 1927–1931 N
When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam[8] 1912 N
When This Crazy World Is Sane Again 1937–1941 N
When We're Running a Little Hotel of Our Own 1922–1926 N
When Winter Comes 1937–1941 N
When You Kiss an Italian Girl 1907–1911 N
When You Walked Out, Someone Else Walked Right In 1922–1926 N
When You're Down in Louisville (Call on Me) 1912–1916 N
When You're in Town (In My Home Town) 1907–1911 N
Where is My Little Old New York? 1922–1926 N
Where Is the Song of Songs for Me? 1927–1931 N
While the Band Played an American Rag 1912–1916 N
Whisper It 1962–1966 N
Whistling Rag 1907–1911 N
White Christmas[6] 1942 Y
Who Do You Love, I Hope?[7] 1942–1946 Y
Who Needs the Birds and the Bees? 1962–1966 N
Who 1922–1926 N
Why Do You Want to Know Why? 1922–1926 N
Will She Come from the East? 1922–1926 N
Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now? 1917–1921 N
Why Don't They Give Us a Chance? 1912–1916 N
Why I Love My Baby 1927–1931 N
Why Should He Fly at So Much a Week? 1927–1931 N
Wild about You 1937–1941 N
Wild Cherries Rag 1907–1911 N
Wishing 1907–1911 N
With a Family Reputation 1922–1926 N
With My Head in the Clouds 1942–1946 N
With You 1927–1931 N
Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree 1907–1911 N
Yankee Love 1907–1911 N
Yascha Michaeloffsky's Melody 1927–1931 N
Yiddisha Eyes 1907–1911 N
Yiddisha Nightingale 1907–1911 N
Yiddle on Your Fiddle Play Some Ragtime 1907–1911 N
You Better Come Home 1912–1916 N
You Can Have Him 1947–1951 Y
You Cannot Make Your Shimmy Shake on Tea 1917–1921 N
You Can't Brush Me Off 1937–1941 N
You Can't Get a Man with a Gun[7] 1942–1946 Y
You Can't Lose the Blues with Colors 1957–1961 N
You Forgot to Remember 1922–1926 N
You Got to Have It in Hollywood 1927–1931 N
You Keep Coming Back Like a Song 1943 Y
You Must Be Born with It 1927–1931 N
You Need a Hobby 1962–1966 N
You Picked a Bad Day to Say Goodbye 1912–1916 N
You'd Be Surprised 1919 Y
You're a Sentimental Guy 1952–1956 N
You're a Sucker for a Dame 1952–1956 N
You're Easy to Dance With 1942–1946 N
You're Just in Love 1947–1951 Y
You're Laughing at Me 1937–1941 Y
You're Lonely and I'm Lonely 1937–1941 N
You're So Beautiful 1917–1921 N
You've Built a Fire Down in My Heart 1907–1911 N
You've Got Me Hypnotized 1907–1911 N
You've Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes 1912–1916 N


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