Lonesome little me / Word by Leo J. Curley ; Music by James M. Fulton writers of "Tipperary" "Tattle tale" "The girl across the way" "Laddie Buck" etc.
|Main Author:||Fulton, James M., 1873-1940.|
|Corporate Author:||John Arpin Collection - York University.|
|Other Authors:||Fulton, James M., 1873-1940, composer. | Curley, Leo lyricist.|
|Format:||Digitized Score Score|
|Published:||Waterbury, Conn. : Fulton Bros. Pub. Co., 1910|
|Variant Title:||Lonesome little me.|
|Digital Bookplate:||Gift of Dr. Mary Jane Esplen; click here to view the bookplate|
Gift of Dr. Mary Jane Esplen.
Piano and voice [instrumentation]
Seems like all the girls are getting married. [first line]
I'm awful lonesome, lonesome might as well be living in the moon. [first line of chorus]
G major [key]
Popular song [form/genre]
Woman's face in heart, surrounded by flying hearts. [illustration]
E. J. Wilson, Music Store, Hamilton, Ont. [dealer stamp]
Publisher's advertisement on back page. [note]
3 p. of music ; 35 X 27 cm.
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|Classic Catalogue:||View this record in the classic catalogue|