Claude Casey Collection

Series II: Lyrics

A. By Claude Casey

 

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Folder
Contents
7/1 Bryant, Boudleaux, and Claude Casey. If I Had a Girl Like You. Typed. 2 copies. One copy does not have authors’ names.
7/1 Casey, Claude. Cimmaron. Typed. 2 copies. Letterhead indicates “From the Desk of – Claude Casey.”
7/1 _____. Don’t Cry on My Shoulder. Typed.
7/1 _____. Don’t Turn Me Down. Typed. 2 copies. One copy with Claude Casey’s signature.
7/1 _____. Down with Gin. Typed. In the key of G. 3 copies.
7/1 _____. God Bless You Little Darling. Typed. Country Music.
7/1 _____. Hard Hearted Now. Typed with handwritten editorial markings. 2 copies. One copy has additional lyrics. WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead.
7/1 _____. Hold Back the Dawn. Typed. Letterhead indicates “From the Desk of – Claude Casey.”
7/1 _____. I Wish I’d Never Met You. 2 copies. Typed with editorial markings.
7/1 _____. I’ll Always Love You. Typed with handwritten notes. In the key of D.
7/1 _____. I’ll Give You One More Chance. Typed with musical incipit in the key of C minor.
7/1 _____. It Doesn’t Matter. 2 copies. One copy is typed with handwritten notes, other copy is handwritten with music incipit. 12 copies are in booklet. *See Little Soldier.
7/1 _____. Lonesome and Blue. 2 copies. One copy typed with handwritten editorial mark. In the key of C major.
7/1 _____. Long Lonesome Road. Typed. 5 copies. Eleven copies include information that the piece was sung in the motion picture Buster and Billie, filmed in Statesboro, Georgia in 1975.
7/1 _____. My Memory Lane. Handwritten with musical incipit.
7/1 _____. My Riding Day’s Are Done. Typed.
7/1 _____. Pal of the Plains. Typed.
7/1 _____. The Things I Might Have Been. Typed. Letterhead indicates “From the Desk of – Claude Casey.” 3 copies.
7/1 _____. Yodelin’ All the Way. Typed with musical incipit in the key of F.
7/1 _____. Yodeling Blues. Typed. WBT letterhead.
7/1 _____. You Always Call Me Your Honey. Typed. WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead. 2 copies.
7/1 _____. You Can’t Turn Back the Pages of Time. Typed. 3 copies. One copy contains WBT (Charlotte, NC). Another copy does not include author. A third copy includes editorial markings and additional lyrics.
7/1 ____. You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You. Typed. Letterhead indicates “From the Desk of – Claude Casey.”
7/1 Casey, Claude, and O.J. Allen. Dixieland Home. Typed.
7/1 _____. Don’t You Bother Me. Typed.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and Clinton Collins. What’s Wrong with Me Now. Typed.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and Pete (Tonto) Etchison. Huggin’, Kissin’, Squeezin’, Teasin’. Typed.
7/1 _____. Lonesome and Blue. Typed.
7/1 _____. Rock Along Rosie. Typed.
7/1 _____. Savannah River Rag. Typed. 3 copies.
7/1 _____. Wheel Deal Daddy. Typed with handwritten markings. 3 copies. One copy has WBLR (Batesburg-Leesville, SC) letterhead.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and Mel Foree. Journey’s End. Typed.
7/1 _____. Look in the Looking Glass. 3 copies. 2 copies are typed. 1 copy is handwritten.
7/1 _____. Please Send Me the Pillow You Dream On. Typed with handwritten editorial markings and additional lyrics.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and Troy L. Martin. Hillbilly Gal. Typed. “Featured by C.C. in the motion picture ‘SDJ’.” 4 copies. One copy also has I Just Love You to Pieces at bottom of page.
7/1 _____. I Just Love You to Pieces. *See Hillbilly Girl.
7/1 _____. Little Soldier. Booklet with Casey’s picture on the front. Also has It Doesn’t Matter on back. 3 copies.
7/1 _____. Mary and Jimmie. Typed. In G.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and J.W. Pitts. Let Me Hear You Say “I Love You”. Typed. In the key of E-flat.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and Riley Shepard. If I Had a Girl Like You. Typed.
7/1 Casey, Claude, Arthur Smith, Chaw Mank, and Waldo O’Neal. Time Will Erase All Your Tears. Typed.
7/1 Casey, Claude, and Gib Young. “Six years here in prison, My face to the wall . . .” Typed with editorial markings.

 

B. By Other Artists

7/2 Allen, Steve. Let’s Go to Church Next Sunday Morning. Capitol Records. Typed. WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead.
7/2 Allen, Troy? When Jimmie Rodgers Said Good Bye. Typed. In the key of F.
7/2 Anderson, Bill. Prayer for Love. Typed with markings. Address for William A. Burns is on the front and additional writing is on the back.
7/2 Anglin, Jack, Jim Anglin, and Johnnie Wright. I Can’t Tell My Heart. Typed.
7/2 Arnold, Eddy. Wonderin' Eyes. Typed. In the key of D.
7/2 Atcheson, Bobby. Do You Ever Worry. King Record #645. Typed.
7/2 _____. I Wonder. King Record #616. Typed.
7/2 Autry, Gene. Blue Days. M. M. Cole. Musical incipit in C.
7/2 _____. I’ll Be True While You Are Gone. Typed with one handwritten correction. Musical incipit in E-flat.
7/2 _____. My Old Pal of Yesterday. Cole. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in F.
7/2 Autry, Gene, and Johnnie Bond. They Warned Me About You. Columbia. Typed. In the key of B-flat.
7/2 Autry, Gene, and Fred Rose. Tears on My Pillow. Typed. In the key of F.
7/2 Autry, Gene, Fred Rose, and Whitley. “Every time I see her passing by . . .” Okey. Handwritten with musical incipit in C.
7/2 Barry, Don Red. Heart Break in Korea. Typed.
7/2 Bateman, J.L., Steve Chase, and Tex Williams. Castle of My Dreams. Typed.
7/2 Blair, Hal. By the Light of Altar Candles. Hill and Range. Typed.
7/2 Bond, Johnnie. I’ll Step Aside. #73813. Typed.
7/2 _____. We Might as Well Forget It. Okeh. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in G.
7/2 Branch and Hill. Some Day You’ll Call My Name. Capitol. Typed.
7/2 Breau-Couture and Alamo Pu. It’s So Long and Goodbye to You. Typed.
7/2 Brown, Ruth?. Oh Yes Takes Another Guess. 2 copies. One copy is typed and one copy is handwritten.
7/2 Campbell, Cecil. Last Night I Cried for You. Typed.
7/2 Campbell and Shelton??? Please Daddy Don’t Drink No More. Hill & Range.
7/2 Carson, Jenny Lou. Shepherd of My Heart. Hill and Range. BMI. Typed.
7/2 Carter Family. Can the Circle be Unbroken. Typed with handwritten corrections.
7/2 Clements, Zeke. Why Should I Cry. Typed. In the key of D. WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead.
7/2 Crawford, Buck, and Hagel Neely. Riding Down the Canyon. Typed with handwritten marks. In the key of F.
7/2 Cumberland Ridge Runners. We Buried Her Beneath the Willow. Cole. Typed.
7/2 Dahle, Al. Neglected. Handwritten.
7/2 _____. They Grow ‘Em Best In the West'. Handwritten.
7/2 Davis, Jimmy. Just an Old Chimney Stack. Peer. Typed.
7/2 _____. Where the Old Red River Flows. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in E-flat.
7/2 Davis, Jimmy, and Ellis. You Won’t Be Satisfied that Way. Decca 46066. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in C.
7/2 Davis, Jimmy, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic. There’s a New Moon Over My Shoulder. Peer. Typed.
7/2 Dexter, Al. Pistol Packing Mama. Edwin H. Morris Co. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in G.
7/2 _____. Too Late to Worry Too Blue to Cry. American. Typed with hand written lyrics at bottom.
7/2 Dilbeck, Tommy. What’s Another Heart to You. Capitol # 40092. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in B-flat.
7/2 Edwards and Garfield. Go West Young Man, Go West. Sonora H7032. Typed.
7/2 Etters, Clarence. Slipping Around. Typed. Signed by Claude Casey.
7/2 Foley, Clyde. Old Shep. Cole. Typed.
7/2 Foree, Mel, and Clarence Sout. Lies in Your Eyes. Nashville: Milene Music, 1947. Milene Music letterhead. Typed.
7/2 Friend, Phillips, and Olsen. Gonna Build a Big Fence Around Texas. OK Record #6728. Typed.
7/2 Griffin, Rex. The Answer to the Last Letter. Typed. Attached to back of Over the River.
7/2 _____. Last Letter. Typed. In the key of C. 2 copies.
7/2 _____. Over the River. Typed. Has short greeting at bottom. *See The Answer to the Last Letter.
7/2 Hall, J. Graydon. The Day Will Come. 2 copies. Typed with one copy containing handwritten musical incipit in C.
7/2 _____. Two Little Girls with Golden Curls. Typed. No name of author on page.
7/2 Hall, Penny. Bloodshot Eyes. King Record #828. Typed.
7/2 Hamblen, Stuart. Texas Plains. Typed. In the key of C. 2 copies.
7/2 Hilliard, and Sigman. Careless Hands. Victor. Handwritten lead sheet underneath typed lyrics.
7/2 Hodges, Jimmie. Someday. Bluebird #33-0521. Typed.
7/2 Hogsed. Take That Slow Train Through Arkansas. Capitol. Typed.
7/2 Howard and Vincent. Mellow Mountain Moon. Cole. Typed.
7/2 Irby, Jerry. Forty-Nine Women. Hill and Range. Typed with handwritten crossed out text.
7/2 Jericho, Jerry. Why Don’t You Haul Off and Love Me. 4 Star #1347. Typed.
7/2 Johnson and Rome Johnson. Look to the Sea. Typed.
7/2 Johnson, Betty. Honey? I’m In Love With You. Typed. In the key of G. Additional lyrics are handwritten on bottom of page.
7/2 _____. The Sinner’s Prayer. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of D.
7/2 Kay and Shand. Ruby Red Lips. Capitol #40087. Typed with ensemble information handwritten next to words.
7/2 Kaye-Gustaf. Open Door Open Arms.
7/2 Kennedy. “South of the Border, Down Mexico Way . . .” Carr, Shap, Bern. Typed. In the key of C.
7/2 King, and Foley. Tennessee Polka. Decca. Typed with handwritten melody and editorial markings.
7/2 Kirk, Eddie. Bright Lights and Blonde Haired Women. Capitol. Typed. In the key of D.
7/2 Kirk, Eddy. How’s the World Treatin' You. Typed. In the key of E-flat. *See this folder: Arnold, Eddy- Wonderin Eyes.
7/2 Latham, Dwight, and Moe Jaffe. I’m My Own Grandpa. Victor 20-2563. Typed.
7/2 Lilley, Joseph, and Loesser. Jingle Jangle Jingle. Paramount.
7/2 Marvin, Frankie. My Manny’s Yodel Song. Southern. Typed. In the key of F.
7/2 Massey, Guy. The Prisoner’s Song. Typed with editorial markings.
7/2 McAlpin, Vic, and Jack Toombs. Almost. Acuff Rose. Handwritten.
7/2 Monroe, Bill. Kentucky Waltz. Columbia Records #36907. Typed.
7/2 Mullican, Moon. Heartless Lover. Typed. In the key of C.
7/2 Newberry. My Dream Boat is Drifting. MGM 10235. Musical incipit in E-flat.
7/2 Penny, Hank. I Was Satisfied. King Record. Typed.
7/2 Reinhart, Dick. Mean Old Muddy Water. Columbia. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of B-flat.
7/2 Rey, Wade. Walk Softly. WGAC (Augusta, GA) radio station letterhead. Typed.
7/2 Rice, Al, and Fleming Allen. When It’s Prayer Meeting Time in the Hollow. Typed.
7/2 Robison, Carson J. By the Sleepy Rio Grande. Typed with editorial markings and a musical incipit in Eb.
7/2 _____. The Rail Road Boomer. Southern. Typed with performance notes.
7/2 Rogers. When the Sun Goes Down. Bourne. Typed.
7/2 Rose, Fred. Afraid. Mercury #6192. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in E-flat.
7/2 _____. Don’t Feel Sorry for Me. Milene. Typed with hand written musical incipit.
7/2 _____. Faded Love and Winter Roses. MGM. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in C.
7/2 _____. “I was the one that you fooled yesterday . . .” Milene. Typed.
7/2 _____. You’ll Have to Talk it Over With My Heart. Typed.
7/2 Rose, Fred, and Carson. A Pair of Broken Hearts. Okeh Record. Typed.
7/2 Rose, Fred, and Darling. I Didn’t Have the Heart to Say Good-Bye. King Records. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in B-flat.
7/2 Sizemore, Gillespie, and Davis. Right or Wrong. Typed. 2 copies.
7/2 Smith and Mann. Next Sunday Darling is My Birthday. King #671. Typed. Handwritten lyrics written on other side of paper.
7/2 Stokes. Judy. Capitol #40046. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in B-flat.
7/2 Sulvin, Tenney???. My Mary. Typed with musical incipit in F major.
7/2 Teifer, Gerry. A Full Time Job. Acuff-Rose. BMI. Typed with handwritten notes and underlined text. In the key of G.
7/2 Thompson, Hank. Don’t Flirt with Me. Capitol 40085. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in B-flat.
7/2 _____. Rock in the Ocean. Capitol #40085. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in A.
7/2 Thompson, Jeet. Ride Dixieland Silverliner. Handwritten. In the key of C.
7/2 Tillman, Floyd. Slippin’ Around. Typed.
7/2 Travis. Kentucky Means Paradise. Capitol 40100. Typed.
7/2 Tubb, Ernest. It’s Been So Long Darling. Typed. Decca #6112.
7/2 _____. Soldier’s Last Letter. Typed.
7/2 Wade, Betty, and Red Foley. East to Please. Decca # 46081. Typed.
7/2 Wade, Ray. It’s All Your Fault. Typed. On Same page as The Things I Might Have Been.
7/2 _____. The Things I Might Have Been. *See It’s All Your Fault.
7/2 Wakely, Jimmy. Pot O’ Gold. Capitol. Typed.
7/2 _____. Too Late. Handwritten.
7/2 Wakely, Jimmy, and Mayers. Bouquet of Roses. Capitol #40107. Typed with handwritten notes at bottom of page. Musical incipit in C.
7/2 _____. Night After Night. Capitol #40078. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in A.
7/2 Wakely, and Porter. Give Me Wings Like an Angel. Decca # 6109. 2 copies. Typed with editorial markings. In the key of B-flat or C.
7/2 Wakely, Porter, and Tableporter. You Can’t Break the Chains of Love. Decca #6109. Typed with music incipit in F.
7/2 Williams. The Blues Come Around. MGM # 10212. Typed.
7/2 _____. I Saw the Light. MGM Record #10271. Typed.
7/2 _____. I’m a Long Gone Daddy. MGM #10212. Typed.
7/2 Williams and Hawkins. Some of These Night’s. King Record #742. Typed.
7/2 Wills, Bob. I’ll Have Somebody Else. Typed with chords handwritten over words.
7/2 Wills, Bob, and Brown. Closed for Repairs. MGM 10139. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in B-flat.
7/2 Wooley, Sheb. “I took my gal out dancing . . .” Capitol #40083. Typed.

 

C. By Unknown Authors

7/3 All I Do is Dream of You. Typed. In the key of B-flat. On same page as I’m Drifting Back to Dreamland.
7/3 Am I Blue. Handwritten.
7/3 Amazing Grace. Typed.
7/3 Answer to Blue Eyes. Typed.
7/3 Answer to Nobody’s Darling. Typed.
7/3 Answer to the Last Letter. Typed.
7/3 Any Old Time. 2 copies. Typed. In the key of C.
7/3 Anything that a Part of You. Handwritten with chords written over lyrics.
7/3 Anytime. Typed. *On same page as Trouble in Mind.
7/3 Are You Teasing Me. Handwritten in the key of E.
7/3 Ashes of Love. Typed.
7/3 Baby Were Really in Love. Typed with handwritten performance cues. In the key of C.
7/3 Beautiful Brown Eyes #2. Typed.
7/3 The Blood of Life. Typed.
7/3 Blue Letters. Typed.
7/3 Boogie Woogie Cowboy. Typed with editorial marks.
7/3 Broken Vows. Typed.
7/3 Brown Eyes. Typed.
7/3 Bumming Around. Typed with editorial markings.
7/3 Buttons and Bows. Typed. Handwritten lyrics on back; possibly by Leonard Fields.
7/3 By the Grave of Nobody’s Darling. Typed.
7/3 Careless Hands. Handwritten.
7/3 Carry Me Back to the Mountains. Typed.
7/3 Carry Me Back to the Mountains. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of C. Different from above piece with same title.
7/3 China Doll. Handwritten. In the key of C.
7/3 The Christmas Waltz. Typed. In the key of E-flat.
7/3 Claude Casey. Typed.
7/3 Close of a Long Long Day. Typed.
7/3 Columbus Stockade Blues. Typed.
7/3 Cool Water. Typed.
7/3 Coosie Coo. 2 copies. One copied typed while other copy is handwritten.
7/3 Cryin' in the Chapel. Typed. *Recorded by Ella Fitzgerald.
7/3 Crying Heart Blues. Typed.
7/3 Daddy and Home. Typed with handwritten corrections.
7/3 Darling Think of What You’ve Done. Typed.
7/3 Deep Blues. Typed.
7/3 Dese Bones. Typed with handwritten performance notes.
7/3 Devil’s Heart. Possible in D major. Typed.
7/3 Disappointed in Love. Typed.
7/3 Do You Ever Think of Me. Typed with handwritten notes. In the key of B-flat.
7/3 Don’t Fence Me In. Typed.
7/3 Don’t Make Me Got to Bed and I’ll Be Good. Typed.
7/3 Don’t Put a Tax On the Beautiful Girls. Typed. In the key of G.
7/3 Don’t Say Good-by if You Love Me. 2 copies. One copy is typed with handwritten musical incipit. Other copy is handwritten.
7/3 Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me. Typed.
7/3 Don’t You Remember the Time. Typed. In the key of C.
7/3 Down Among the Budded Roses. Typed.
7/3 Dreamy Georgiana Moon. Typed. In the key of C.
7/3 Drifting and Dreaming. 2 copies. One copy is typed. Other copy is handwritten and on same page as “Floating down my honey . . .”
7/3 Each Night at Nine. Typed.
7/3 Easter Morning. Typed.
7/3 Easy to Please. Typed.
7/3 Echoes from the Hills. Typed. Possibly in the key of D.
7/3 The End of the Trail. Typed. 2 copies.
7/3 Faded Love. 3 copies. Two copies are typed. One copy is handwritten.
7/3 The Farmers Girl. Typed.
7/3 For the Sake of Days Gone By. Typed.
7/3 The Ford Song. Typed. “Claude Casey learned this song and other comedy and parody songs from black face comedians when he traveled with the medicine shows in the early 1920’s.” “You know little Johnny . . .”
7/3 The Ford Song. Typed. “A boy and girl were seated . . .” Different from above version of The Ford Song.
7/3 Free Home Demonstration. Typed. *On same page as Granteed [sic] to Make You Fall in Love. Typed.
7/3 Gals Don’t Mean a Thing in My Young Life. Typed.
7/3 Give Me Wings Like an Angel. Typed. In the key of C.
7/3 Glory to His Name. Typed. In the key of E-flat. *See Nothing but the Blood of Jesus.
7/3 God’s Little Candles. Typed. In the key of F.
7/3 Goin Back to Texas. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of F.
7/3 A Gold Mine in Your Heart. Handwritten.
7/3 Golden River. Handwritten. In the key of F.
7/3 Good-By Little Darling. Typed. Stamped “CLAUDE CASEY W. B. T. –CHARLOTTE, N. C.
7/3 Got You On My Mind. Typed with handwritten marks and possibly chords.
7/3 Granteed [sic] to Make You Fall in Love. Typed. *On same page as Free Home Demonstration.
7/3 A Happily Married Man. Typed.
7/3 Hey Good Look’in. Typed.
7/3 Hey, Joe. Typed.
7/3 Hillbilly Baby. Handwritten. In the key of C.
7/3 Hold Fast to the Right. Typed. In the key of E-flat.
7/3 Homesick Memories. Typed.
7/3 Honey Babe. Typed.
7/3 The Honey Song. Typed. In the key of F.
7/3 Hottest Little Baby in Town. Handwritten.
7/3 How I’d Like to Wander Down in Wonder Valley. Typed.
7/3 How Much is that Doggie in the Window. Typed with handwritten editorial marks.
7/3 Huggin’ Kissin’ Squeezin’ Teasin’. Typed. 2 copies. One copy contains WGAC (Augusta, GA) letterhead. Other copy does not have title.
7/3 Hummingbird. Typed with a few handwritten marks. WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead.
7/3 The Hymns My Mother Sang. Typed.
7/3 I Almost Lost My Mind. Typed with handwritten crossed out text.
7/3 I Bet My Heart. Handwritten. In the key of E-flat.
7/3 I Don’t Cry Over You Anymore. 2 copies. One copy is typed with WBLR (Batesburg, SC) letterhead. Other copy is handwritten.
7/3 I Gotta Have You. Handwritten.
7/3 I Hope Tomorrow Never Comes. Handwritten.
7/3 I Know What it Means to be Lonesome. Typed with handwritten list of songs.
7/3 I Loved You Once but I Don’t Need You Now. Typed.
7/3 I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart. Typed.
7/3 I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus. Typed.
7/3 I Saw Your Face in the Moon. Typed.
7/3 I Told Them All About You. Typed.
7/3 I Want to Live and Love. Typed. Handwritten musical incipit.
7/3 I Was Just Walking Out the Door. Typed.
7/3 I Was Walking Through the Barnyard. Typed. 2 copies. Second copy doesn’t have title.
7/3 I Went to Your Wedding. Typed.
7/3 I Will Sing the Wondrous Story. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/3 I Would be True. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/3 I’d Have Never Found Somebody New. Handwritten.
7/3 If You Could Be the Same. Handwritten. In the key of E.
7/3 If You’ll Let Me be Your Little Sweetheart. Typed. In the key of F.
7/3 I’ll Always Love You. Handwritten. *See Way Out West in Texas.
7/3 I’ll Be All Smiles Tonight. Typed.
7/3 I’ll Go Riding Down that Texas Trail. Typed.
7/3 I’ll Keep on Loving You. Handwritten. In the key of C.
7/3 I’ll Trade Yours for Mine. Typed.
7/4 I’m Blazing the Trail to My Home. Typed.
7/4 I’m Branding My Darling with My Heart. Typed.
7/4 I’m Building a Home in Glory Land. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of E-flat.
7/4 I’m Drifting Back to Dreamland. Typed. *See All I Do is Dream of You.
7/4 I’m Going Home this Evening. Typed.
7/4 I’m Going to the Dogs Over You. Typed.
7/4 I’m Gonna Lock My Heart and Throw Away the Key. Typed.
7/4 I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter. Typed.
7/4 I’m Just a Black Sheep. Typed.
7/4 I’m Living in Dreams. Handwritten. In the key of A.
7/4 I’m Lost without You. Typed.
7/4 I’m Sitting on Top of the World. Typed.
7/4 I’m Waitin’ Just for You. Typed with editorial markings.
7/4 In a Heaven Just for Two. Handwritten.
7/4 In My Cabin Tonight. Typed.
7/4 In the Beautiful Hills of Virginia. Typed. In the key of D.
7/4 In the Garden. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/4 In the House at the End of the Lane. Typed.
7/4 In the Valley of Yesterday. Typed. Includes instructions for Sara and Claude to sing. Possible in F.
7/4 Indian Love Call. Typed with handwritten performance notes.
7/4 It is No Secret. 2 copies. Typed. In the key of B-flat.
7/4 It’s All Your Fault. Typed.
7/4 It’s No Sin. Typed with handwritten corrections.
7/4 It’s So Hard to Learn to Love Another. Typed.
7/4 I’ve Found My Cowboy Sweetheart. Typed.
7/4 The Jail House Blues. Typed.
7/4 Jealous Lover. Typed.
7/4 Jesus Loves Even Me. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/4 Jilted. Typed.
7/4 Juke Box Gal. Handwritten.
7/4 Just a Closer Walk With Thee. Typed.
7/4 Just a Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That. Typed.
7/4 Just an Old Chimney Stack. Typed.
7/4 Just Out of Reach. Typed.
7/4 Keep On the Firing Line. Typed. In the key of F.
7/4 Keep it a Secret. Handwritten.
7/4 Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time. Contains: I Would Be True; I Will Sing the Wondrous Story; In the Garden; Jesus Loves Even Me; Leaning On the Everlasting Arms; Sweet Hour Of Prayer; and Let the Lower Lights Be Burning.
7/4 The Last Good-bye. Typed.
7/4 Last Letter. 3 copies. Two copies are typed and one copy has musical incipit in D major. Other copy is handwritten.
7/4 Leaning On the Everlasting Arms. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/4 Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way. Typed.
7/4 Let the Lower Lights Be Burning. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/4 The Letter Edged in Black. Typed.
7/4 The Life of John Dillinger. Typed. In the key of G.
7/4 Little Coquette. 2 copies. Typed.
7/4 Little Man. Typed.
7/4 Lone Star. Typed.
7/4 Lonesome Blues. Typed. In the key of G.
7/4 Lonesome Valley Sally. Typed.
7/4 Looking at the Moon Thru a Teardrop. Handwritten. In the key of E-flat.
7/4 A Love that Ended Too Soon. Typed with handwritten performance notes.
7/4 Love this Uniform for Me. Typed with handwritten title and editorial notes.
7/4 Lovers Farewell. Typed.
7/4 Lovesick BLUES. 2 copies. Typed with editorial markings.
7/4 Lullaby Yodel. Typed.
7/4 Maggie. Typed.
7/4 The Maple on the Hill. 2 copies. Typed. Several words are different in the respective versions. In the key of F.
7/4 Maybe I Was Wrong. Handwritten with chords written over words.
7/4 Memories that Make Me Cry. Typed.
7/4 Mexicali Rose. Typed.
7/4 Mexican Joe. Typed.
7/4 Midnight. Typed. WGAC (Augusta, GA) letterhead.
7/4 My Blue Heaven. Typed. “Claude Casey learned this song and other comedy and parody songs from black face comedians when he traveled with the medicine shows in the early 1930’s.”
7/4 My Cross Eyed Gal. Typed.
7/4 My Dixieland Girl. Handwritten.
7/4 My Happiness. Handwritten.
7/4 My Hearts Desire. Handwritten. In the key of E-flat.
7/4 My Isle of Golden Dreams. Typed.
7/4 My Life’s Been a Please. 3 copies. Typed. Also titled My Life’s Been a Pleasure.
7/4 My Little Sweetheart of the Ozark. Typed.
7/4 My Madonna of the Trail. Typed.
7/4 My Precious Sunny Boy. Typed.
7/4 No Mans Land. Typed.
7/4 No One to Welcome Me Home. Typed.
7/4 No Telephone in Heaven. Typed.
7/4 Nothing by the Blood of Jesus. Typed. In the key of E-flat. *On same page as Glory to His Name.
7/4 Oh Mis’rable Love. Typed.
7/4 Old Buck-A-Roo. Handwritten. Musical incipit in F. WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead.
7/4 Old Cowboy. Typed.
7/4 Old Evening Star. Handwritten. The address for Ralph Miller is on bottom of page.
7/4 The Old Trail. Typed.
7/4 Old Water Mill by the Water Fall. Typed.
7/4 On the Sunny Side of the Rockies. Typed.
7/4 One Little Tear-Drops too Late. Typed.
7/4 Ooh La La. Handwritten in F.
7/4 Open Up Dem Pearly Gates. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in A.
7/4 Others. Typed.
7/4 Out on the Open Range. Typed with editorial mark.
7/4 Partners. 2 copies. One copy is typed with handwritten musical incipit in F. Other copy is handwritten with musical incipit.
7/4 Peace within My Soul. Typed.
7/4 Plaid and Calico. Typed with handwritten notes and crossed out text.
7/4 Poison Love. Typed.
7/4 Precious Sonny Boy. Typed. Musical incipit in E-flat.
7/4 Put Me in Your Pocket. 2 copies. Typed.
7/4 Put Your Arms Around Me Honey. Typed. WGAC letterhead.
7/4 Ragtime Cowboy Joe. Typed.
7/4 The Ranch Boss. Typed.
7/4 Red River Valley. Typed.
7/4 Remember. Typed with handwritten notes at top of page.
7/4 Renfro Valley. Typed.
7/4 Riding Down that Old Texas Trail. Typed.
7/4 Riding Down the Canyon. Handwritten with musical incipit in F.
7/4 Right Thinking. Typed. WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead.
7/4 The Road of Love. Handwritten.
7/4 Rock Along Rosie. Typed.
7/4 Roll Along Kentucky Moon. Typed.
7/4 Roundup in the Sky. Typed with handwritten corrections. In the key of A.
7/4 Rusty, the Rocking Horse. Typed. WGAC (Augusta, GA) Letterhead.
7/4 Sage Dusters. Typed.
7/4 Saving Up Coupons. Typed.
7/4 Seven Years with the Wrong Woman. Typed.
7/4 She’s Way Up Thar. Typed.
7/4 Silver Moon on the Golden Gate. Typed.
7/4 Sioux City Sue. Typed.
7/4 Sitting on Top of the World. Typed with handwritten editorial marks. In the key of E-flat.
7/4 Slave of a Hopeless Love Affair. Typed with some text underlined by hand.
7/4 Sleepy Rio Grande. Typed.
7/4 Smile Darn You Smile. Typed.
7/4 So Used to Loving You. 2 copies. Typed.
7/4 A Soldier’s Last Letter. 2 copies. Typed.
7/4 Somebody Been Beat’n My Time. Typed.
7/4 Somebody Loves You. Handwritten.
7/4 Somebody’s Crying. Handwritten.
7/4 Someday. Typed.
7/4 Someday, Sweetheart. Typed.
7/4 Sparkling Blue Eyes. 2 copies. Typed.
7/4 Square Dance Jubilee. 2 copies. Typed. One copy with handwritten notes.
7/4 Starlit Trail. Typed.
7/4 Stolen Love. Typed.
7/4 Story of the Seven Roses. Typed.
7/4 Sweet Hour of Prayer. Typed. *See Kitchen Kapers Hymn Time.
7/4 Sweet Little Girl. Typed and handwritten.
7/4 Sweet Little Miss Blue Eyes. Typed with handwritten corrections. In the key of F.
7/4 Swingtime in the Valley. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of E-flat.
7/4 Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me. Typed. In the key of C.
7/4 Take these Chains from My Heart. Typed.
7/4 Talking Blues. As sung by the Carolina hobo. Typed.
7/4 Ten Little Bluebirds in My Lapel. Typed. In the key of E-flat.
7/4 Ten Tiny Toes. Handwritten. On yellow lined paper.
7/4 That Good Old Utah Trail. Typed. In the key of F.
8/5 That Heart Belong to Me. Typed.
8/5 That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine. Typed.
8/5 That’s How I Got My Start. Typed.
8/5 That’s Why I’m Nobody’s Darling. Typed.
8/5 There Stands the Glass. Handwritten. In the key of D.
8/5 There’ll Never be Another Pal Like You. Handwritten with musical incipit in E-flat.
8/5 They Locked God Outside the Iron Curtain. Typed. In the key of C.
8/5 They Took the Stars Out of Heaven. Handwritten.
8/5 Those Things I Can’t Forget. Musical incipit in E-flat. Typed.
8/5 Three Coins in the Fountain. Typed.
8/5 Tie Me to Your Apron Strings Again. Typed.
8/5 Tis Sweet to Be Remembered. Typed. In the key of E-flat.
8/5 Too Old to Cut the Mustard. Typed with handwritten cues for singers. In the key of G.
8/5 Trouble in Mind. 2 copies. Typed. One copy is on same page as Anytime.
8/5 Truck Driver’s Coffee Stop. Handwritten.
8/5 True Blue Bill. Handwritten.
8/5 Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues. Typed.
8/5 Tweedle O Twill. Typed.
8/5 Two Little Girls with Golden Curls. Typed.
8/5 Two Little Orphans. Typed.
8/5 Uncle Noah’s Ark’s a Madhouse Now. Typed.
8/5 Waiting in the Lobby of Your Heart. Handwritten.
8/5 Walking the Last Mile. Typed.
8/5 Wanted. 2 copies. Typed.
8/5 Water Lou (Drip Drip Drip). Typed.
8/5 Way Out West in Texas. 2 copies. Typed. One copy has I’ll Always Love You on same page.
8/5 Way Out There. Typed. Possibly in C.
8/5 We Live in Two Different Worlds. Handwritten.
8/5 Were You Sincere. Typed. Yellow lined paper.
8/5 What a Friend We Have in Mother. Typed.
8/5 What Did You Do Today. Typed.
8/5 What I Want for Christmas. Typed. In the key of C.
8/5 What Reason I’m Not Pleasin’. Handwritten in the key of C.
8/5 What’s Going to Happen to Me. Typed with musical incipit in the key of C. WSPA (Spartanburg, SC) letterhead.
8/5 Wheelin’ and Dealin’. Typed with handwritten editorial markings. On back is a Carolina Giant Cement letterhead with person’s address.
8/5 When I Kneel to Pray. Typed. In the key of E-flat.
8/5 When It’s Harvest Time Sweet Angeline. Typed.
8/5 When It’s Round-Up Time in Heaven. Typed.
8/5 When It’s Time for the Whippoorwill to Sing. Typed.
8/5 When the Sun of Your Life Has Gone Down. Typed.
8/5 Where is My Boy Tonight. Typed. Possibly in D.
8/5 White Xmas. Typed.
8/5 Why My Darling Why. Handwritten.
8/5 Why Should I Be Lonely. Musical incipit in F.
8/5 Wondering. Typed.
8/5 Worry Worry. 2 copies. One copy typed with handwritten corrections while other copy is partially typed.
8/5 Write a Letter to Mother. Typed. On lined paper.
8/5 Yesterdays Girl. Handwritten.
8/5 Yesterdays Mail. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in the key of E-flat. General Oglethorpe letterhead.
8/5 Yo Yo Song. Handwritten.
8/5 The Yodeling Hobo. Typed with one editorial mark in blue and “worried mind” written in at bottom.
8/5 You are My Sunshine. Typed.
8/5 You Can’t Put that Monkey on My Back. Typed. In the key of C.
8/5 You Don’t. Handwritten.
8/5 You Nearly Loose Your Mind. Typed.
8/5 You Tied a String Around My Heart. Handwritten.
8/5 Your Kisses Are Not Kisses Anymore. Typed.
8/5 You’re as Welcome as the Flowers In May. Typed.
8/5 You’re from Texas. Typed.
8/5 You’re Going to Leave the Old Home Jim. Typed with handwritten musical incipit in Eb. Claude Casey W.B.T stamp.
8/5 You’re Just in Time to be Too Late. Typed with handwritten editorial markings.
8/5 You’re Still My Sweetheart. Handwritten.
8/5 You’re the Only Star in My Blue Heaven. Typed.

 

D. By Unknown Authors without Titles

8/6 “All I do is dream of you, the whole night threw . . .” Handwritten. Possibly in C?
8/6 “All [sic] threw this world I’ve wonder, Roamed from town to town . . .” Handwritten. Appears to be on back of a script. 2 copies.
8/6 “Alone in a tavern . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “As far as I’m concerned…” Typed.
8/6 “As I stroll down memory lane, with my sweetheart hand and hand . . .” Handwritten with musical incipit in F.
8/6 “Baby baby I miss you so very much it hurts me…” Handwritten. Top four lines are in all caps, the rest of the song is in cursive.
8/6 “Baby face . . . you’ve got the cutest little baby face, there’s not another one can take your place . . .” Typed with handwritten editorial marks.
8/6 “Be my life's companion and you’ll…” Handwritten.
8/6 “A boy and girl were seated, In a little ole ‘Henry Ford’. . .”
8/6 “Call Lu your sweetheart when ever she feels Blue…” Handwritten.
8/6 “Casey Jones was on a spot…” Typed on the same page as “A holland watch for me…” To the tune of Little Brown Jug.
8/6 “Christ is a path, if any be mislead…” Typed. On WFBC letterhead.
8/6 “Come sit by my side little darling…” Handwritten and stapled to another sheet of paper.
8/6 “Does the day woods still smell sweet . . .”
8/6 “Don’t you try to get it yet your mind of it cause . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “Every day I found he [sic] waiting by the mail box . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “Every man must have a woman…” Typed with handwritten corrections, on the back of WBT letterhead.
8/6 “The fat [sic] mans got’em…” Handwritten in all caps.
8/6 “Fairy tales can come true…” Typed.
8/6 “Eoating [floating?] down my honey floating down, Floating down the river to a cotton town . . .” Typed. *On same paper as Drifting and Dreaming.
8/6 “The flower of love came to wither and die . . .” Typed. WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead.
8/6 “Got a gal in every port…” Typed, with handwritten underlines, corrections, and notes on WFBC letterhead.
8/6 “The hap-pi-est mo-ment in life, my dear, was when I first met you…” Typed. On sheet music.
8/6 “He’s a chubby little fellow with a long white beard…” Typed.
8/6 “He’s a chubby little fellow with a long white beard and a laugh that rings with cheer…” Typed.
8/6 “Hey what are you cotton pickers doin?...” Typed with handwritten corrections.
8/6 “A Holland watch for me…” Typed on the same page as “Casey Jones was on a spot…” To the tune of Farmer in the Dell.
8/6 “A hundred years from now I won’t be crying . . .” Handwritten. 2 pages.
8/6 “I called my sweetheart to make a date . . .” Typed. *On same page as “I’m sending you one little flower . . .”
8/6 “I can wheel and deal most any old time…” Handwritten on a Carolina Giant Cement note.
8/6 “I don’t cry over you anymore . . .” Typed. “Claude Casey’s Capri Park” letterhead.
8/6 “I feel the blues coming on…” Typed.
8/6 “I looked out my window at the school kids below . . .” Handwritten. On the back of paper with WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead.
8/6 “I never felt more like singin' the blues, Cause I never thought that I’d ever loose your love . . .” Typed with handwritten editorial marks.
8/6 “I told the whip poor wills…” Typed.
8/6 “I wanna go where you go, do what you do . . .” Typed with some text underlined by hand. WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead.
8/6 “I work all the week and save all my pennies . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “I wouldn’t trade the silver in my mother’s hair . . .” Typed. 2 copies. One copy has handwritten guitar chords and includes a musical incipit in G on staff paper.
8/6 “If I sent a rose to you, For every time you’ve made me blue . . .” Typed with markings. In the key of E-flat.
8/6 “If I walk in the pathway of duty, If I walk ‘til the close of the day . . .” Handwritten. WGAC (Augusta, GA) letterhead.
8/6 “If you can’t give me love so true…” Handwritten on the back of “My life has been lived, no used to deny…”
8/6 “If you only believed in me…” Handwritten, with music at the bottom of the page.
8/6 “I’ll wait for you dear, though we’re apart…” Typed with handwritten corrections.
8/6 “I’m a wheel Deal Daddy…” Handwritten on a small note.
8/6 “I’m dress up in Style…” Handwritten.
8/6 “I’m gonna ride away from here . . .” WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead. Typed.
8/6 “I’m in love I’m in love with…” Handwritten.
8/6 “I’m in love with a married man, And life is not the same . . .” Typed.
8/6 “I’m sending you one little flower . . .” Typed. *See “I called my sweetheart to make a date . . .”
8/6 “I’m walking behind you on your wedding day…” Typed.
8/6 “I’m wheelin' & dealin' with my baby to-night…” Handwritten on a Carolina Giant Cement note.
8/6 “I’ve got the G. I. blues, I’m just as blue as can be…” Typed.
8/6 “In You Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it , You’ll be the grandest lady at the Easter Prade . . .” Typed.
8/6 “It may be too late to say I’m sorry…” Typed.
8/6 “It only hurts for a little while, That’s what they tell, that’s what they say . . .” 2 copies. Typed. One copy on WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead. Other copy has handwritten editorial markings.
8/6 “Just an old chimmney [sic] stack, by the side of the road . . .” Typed.
8/6 “Last night as we dance the tag waltz…” Handwritten. In the key of G.
8/6 “A letter just received from somewhere ‘over there’. . .” Typed.
8/6 “Little soldier your Daddy is going away…” Typed. With handwritten chord notations.
8/6 “The lord had a job for me…” Typed.
8/6 “Many years have come and gone since…” Handwritten.
8/6 “Me, myself, & I fell so down . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “My life has been lived, no use to deny…” Handwritten with lyrics on the bottom of the page, upside down and on the back of “If you can’t give me love so true…”
8/6 “My papa scolded me and my mama set and cried! . . .” Typed.
8/6 “No letter today I have [sic] wated since dawn, I’ve wated each day since you have been gone . . .” Typed. Handwritten list of songs.
8/6 “Now dear – this is my desire…” Handwritten.
8/6 “Now if you want to get to Heaven – let me tell you how to do it, just…” Typed. On yellow paper.
8/6 “Now that all love turned me down…” Handwritten.
8/6 “Oh I wish I had someone to love me . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “An old slouch hat up on my head…” Handwritten with a song list on the back. In the key of D.
8/6 “Pardon me if I’m [sic] sentilmental when we say [sic] goodby . . .” Handwritten corrections and chords. In B-flat.
8/6 “Please don’t leave me anymore darling…” Handwritten on the back of a Music Clearance Sheet.
8/6 “Put your little arms around my waste . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “Remember little darling it was only last spring, when the mountain laurels were in bloom . . .” Typed with handwritten editorial marks. Musical incipit included.
8/6 “Search me Oh God and know my heart today, Try me Oh Savior . . .” Typed with handwritten brackets by text. Possibly in the key of F. WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead.
8/6 “So I’ll Keep on smiling when you pass Me by…” Handwritten with notes on the side of the page.
8/6 “So you met someone who set you back on y our heels Goody goody…” Typed with red marks through some of the text. In the key of F.
8/6 “The Sun is gone the Moon is here . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “Sweet ma ma tree top tall . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “There are times when we are always happy…” Typed. In the key of C.
8/6 “There must be ninety nine ways of loosin' the blues…” Typed, with two lines of lyrics handwritten.
8/6 “There’ll be a hillbilly wedding in June for me the bells can’t be ringing too soon . . .” Typed with a few handwritten notes. In the key of F.
8/6 “They tell me of a place and they tell me of a day . . .” Typed.
8/6 “They took a bundle of bright southern…” Handwritten.
8/6 “Tho we’re apart you’re always in my heart…” Typed.
8/6 “Til the stars in the sky cease to shine…” Typed.
8/6 “A Tiney Turned Up nose two Cheeks just like A rose . . .” Typed. In the key of C.
8/6 “Two little boys had two little toys…” Typed.
8/6 “Wanted, someone who kissed me, and held me closely…” Typed.
8/6 “We drifted far far from each other . . .” Handwritten in E-flat.
8/6 “What a [sic] wonderfull [sic] buitiful pitcher I have…” Typed.
8/6 “What does a cowboy do when all of his work is through . . .” Handwritten.
8/6 “When all day long things go…” Handwritten. On back of the page with “When life seems full of Claude…” on it.
8/6 “When I take my vacation in heaven…” Handwritten on a “If You Were All My Own” score. In the key of G.
8/6 “When it’s Round up time in Texas…” Handwritten. On the back of paper with WBT (Charlotte, NC) letterhead. In the key of F.
8/6 “When I was young I had lots of pep…” Typed.
8/6 “When life [sic] seem’s full of Claude…” Handwritten. On back of a WRMC letterhead with “When all day long things go…” on it.
8/6 “When the pumpkin’s turning yellow…” Typed.
8/6 “When the Round up time is over…” Handwritten.
8/6 “When The saints go maeching (marching) in…” Typed, with handwritten notes and corrections. In the key of E flat.
8/6 “When whippoorwills are singing, And church bells are ringing, That’s when I miss you most . . .” Typed. Stamped “CLAUDE CASEY W. B. T. – Charlotte, N. C.”
8/6 “Where is your heart Tonite…” Handwritten in red, with arrows all over the page.
8/6 “Why did you teach me to love you…” Handwritten.
8/6 “You came down out of HEAVEN…” Handwritten.
8/6 “You keep me waitin' 'til it’s…” Handwritten.
8/6 “You know Little Johnny…” Handwritten on notebook paper.
8/6 “You little so and so, Look what you’ve done . . .” WFBC (Greenville, SC) letterhead. Typed.
8/6 “You promised me love…” Handwritten.
8/6 “You’ve got a bundle of charms, Wrapped in your arms…” Typed on WBT letterhead.
8/6 “You won’t write, you won’t call, you just won’t let me hear from you at all . . .” Typed with handwritten editorial marks and underlined text.
8/6 *1 unknown page of lyrics.

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