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The Parlor Songs Collection
January Edition, Gallery

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Adelai
(1921)
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Let Me Call You Sweetheart
(1910)
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Crooning Lullabys
(1921)
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Hawaiian Dreams
(1916)
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Kentucky Days
(1912)
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Lost, A Wonderful Girl
(1922)
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Sweet Varsity Sue
(1937)
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High Up On A Hilltop
(1928)
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Ocean Breezes
(1899)

Prior Month Features:

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Oh! You Circus Day
1912
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Little Puff of Smoke, Goodnight
1910
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Girl of Mine
1918



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