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Berlin Irving Lyrics

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Berlin Irving Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ki-I-Youdleing Dog, The (4 Apr 1913)
2 He's So Good To Me (4 Jan 1913)
3 Ephraham Played Upon The Piano (20 Jun 1911)
4 At The Devil's Ball (8 Jan 1913)
5 It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow
6 Take Me With You, Soldier Boy (1943)
7 Sisters
8 Outside Of Loving You, I Like You (1963)
9 I'm Playing With Fire (1932)
10 Empty Pockets Filled With Love
11 Where Is The Song Of Songs For Me? (1927)
12 Puttin' On The Ritz.
13 Ragtime Jockey Man, The (11 Jun 1912)
14 How Deep Is The Ocean? (1932)
15 He's A Devil In His Own Home Town (14 May 1914)
16 Hiram's Band (24 Oct 1912)
17 Yam, The
18 Bring Back My Lena To Me (20 Oct 1910)
19 They Say It's Wonderful
20 Ragtime Soldier Man (12 Jul 1912)
21 You Can't Get A Man With A Gun
22 Let Me Sing And I'm Happy
23 If You Believe (1940)
24 With My Head In The Clouds
25 I'm A Bad, Bad Man
26 God Bless America (1938)
27 Anything You Can Do
28 Easter Parade
29 Reaching For The Moon
30 Choreography
31 I'd Rather Lead A Band
32 I Got The Sun In The Morning
33 Grizzly Bear (19 Apr 1910)
34 Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep
35 Drum Crazy
36 Gee, I Wish I Was Back In The Army
37 Happy Little Country Girl (21 May 1913)
38 Let's Keep In Touch While Dancing
39 You Can't Brush Me Off
40 Lazy (1924)
41 I Love A Piano
42 You're Lonely And I'm Lonely
43 What Can You Do With A General?
44 Society Bear (1 Apr 1912)
45 Wait Until You're Married (1966)
46 Antonio (13 May 1912)
47 Let's Have Another Cup O' Coffee
48 Whisper It (1963)
49 I'll Share It All With You
50 Innocent Bessie Brown (5 Oct 1910)
51 When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam' (2
52 You've Built A Fire Down In My Heart (20 Jun 1911)
53 Monkey Doodle Doo, The (15 May 1913)
54 Is There Anything Else I Can Do For You? (3 Aug 19
55 The Piccolino
56 Is He The Only Man In The World?
57 Kiss Your Sailor Boy Goodbye (15 Aug 1913)
58 Wait Until Your Daddy Comes Home (19 Dec 1912)
59 I'll See You In C-U-B-A (1920)
60 Heat Wave
61 Dat's-A My Gal (14 Jan 1911)
62 Next To Your Mother, Who Do You Love? (26 Oct 1909
63 Haunted House, The (27 May 1914)
64 Orange Grove In California, An
65 Outside Of That, I Love You
66 Sisters (Brothers)
67 Little Fish In A Big Pond
68 Don't Leave Your Wife Alone (20 Nov 1912)
69 The Song Of The Metronome
70 Fiddle-Dee-Dee (27 May 1912)
71 If I Thought You Wouldn't Tell (14 Oct 1909)
72 Sweet Italian Love (9 Jun 1910)
73 Herman Let's Dance That Beautiful Waltz (24 Sep 19
74 Most Expensive Statue In The World, The
75 Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much (1933)
76 Snookey Ookums (21 Feb 1913)
77 Hostess With The Mostes' On The Ball, The
78 Take A Little Tip From Father (20 Jan 1912)
79 I Say It's Spinach (And The Hell With It)
80 They've Got Me Doing It Now Medley (11 Jul 1913)
81 Paris Wakes Up And Smiles
82 It's A Lovely Day Today
83 But I Ain't Got A Man (1954)
84 Meet Me To-Night (12 Dec 1911)
85 For Your Country And My Country (1917)
86 You'd Be Surprised (1919)
87 Christmas-Time Seems Years And Years Away (2 Dec 1
88 I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For
89 When Johnson's Quartette Harmonize (11 Jun 1912)
90 Oh! Where Is My Wife To-Night? (16 Sep 1909)
91 Abie Sings An Irish Song (15 May 1913)
92 Apple Tree And The Bumble Bee, The (7 Mar 1913)
93 Sailor's Not A Sailor ('til A Sailor's Been Tattoo
94 Molly O! Oh, Molly! (13 May 1911)
95 Let's Say It With Firecrackers, Song Of Freedom Me
96 Isn't This A Lovely Day (To Be Caught In The Rain)
97 Old-Fashioned Wedding, An (1966)
98 After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It (19
99 But Where Are You?
100 Play A Simple Melody
101 Doin' What Comes Natur'lly
102 You've Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes! (12 Sep 19
103 I Left My Door Open And My Daddy Walked Out (1919)
104 Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, A
105 Someone's Waiting For Me (We'll Wait, Wait, Wait)
106 Goodbye, Girlie, And Remember Me (6 Aug 1909)
107 White Christmas
108 This Is A Great Country
109 Some Sunny Day (1922)
110 My Sweet Italian Man (31 Oct 1912)
111 Choreography (Sheet Music Version)
112 I Love To Quarrel With You (10 Feb 1914)
113 Because I Love You (1926)
114 My Walking Stick (1938)
115 Z... Closing Medley
116 All Alone (1924)
117 I Used To Play It By Ear (1965)
118 Fools Fall In Love
119 Moonshine Lullaby
120 Say It Isn't So (1932)
121 I'm Afraid, Pretty Maid, I'm Afraid (6 Feb 1912)
122 I've Got A Sweet Tooth Bothering Me (1916)
123 Dear Mayme, I Love You (18 Apr 1910)
124 I'm Sorry For Myself
125 Everybody Knew But Me (1945)
126 If I Had My Way, I'd Live Among The Gypsies (1917)
127 Love, You Didn't Do Right By Me
128 My Defenses Are Down
129 I'm A Happy Married Man (2 May 1910)
130 Blue Skies (1927)
131 Pack Up Your Sins (And Go To The Devil)
132 Stay Down Here Where You Belong (20 Oct 1914)
133 Louisiana Purchase (1940)
134 Everybody's Doin' It Now (2 Nov 1911)
135 Louisiana Purchase
136 Along Came Ruth (1 May 1914)
137 The Girl That I Marry
138 Sayonara (1957)
139 There's A Girl In Havana (19 Sep 1911)
140 When I Leave The World Behind (1915)
141 No One Could Do It Like My Father! (2 Apr 1909)
142 Queenie (29 Feb 1908)
143 If I Had You (1 May 1914)
144 I'm Going On A Long Vacation (12 Oct 1910)
145 She Was A Dear Little Girl (5 Oct 1909)
146 I'm On My Way Home (1926)
147 Bring Me A Ring In The Spring (5 Dec 1911)
148 When I'm Alone I'm Lonesome (25 Mar 1911)
149 Ragtime Mocking Bird (25 Jan 1912)
150 Angels Of Mercy (1941)
151 Business Is Business (21 Apr 1911)
152 Best Thing For You Would Be Me, The
153 Girl On The Police Gazette, The
154 Sweet Marie, Make-A Rag-A-Time Dance Wid Me (18 Ja
155 I Wish That You Was My Gal, Molly (14 Oct 1909)
156 Don't Take Your Beau To The Seashore (22 Sep 1911)
157 I Don't Wanna Be Married, I Just Wanna Be Friends
158 They've Got Me Doing It Now (17 Jun 1913)
159 Follow The Crowd (30 Jan 1914)
160 Happy Holiday
161 What Does He Look Like?
162 When I'm Thinking Of You (27 Sep 1912)
163 Oh How That German Could Love (5 Oct 1910)
164 Yiddisha Professor (23 Nov 1912)
165 If The Managers Only Thought The Same As Mother (1
166 Anna Liza's Wedding Day (15 Jan 1913)
167 Only For Americans
168 Call Again! (17 Jun 1912)
169 He Ain't Got Rhythm
170 Just Like The Rose (2 Jul 1909)
171 Don't Wait Too Long (1925)
172 The Girl On The Magazine Cover
173 Me (1931)
174 For The Very First Time (1952)
175 I Can't Tell A Lie
176 What The Well-Dressed Man In Harlem Will Wear
177 When It Rains, Sweetheart, When It Rains (29 Apr 1
178 Oh, That Beautiful Rag (7 Jul 1910)
179 He's A Rag Picker (28 Sep 1914)
180 Yiddle, On Your Fiddle, Play Some Ragtime (30 Nov
181 Ragtime Violin! (6 Oct 1911)
182 Dog Gone That Chilly Man (30 Sep 1911)
183 Colonel Buffalo Bill
184 So Help Me (1934)
185 I Never Had A Chance (1934)
186 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (23 Apr 1910)
187 I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
188 Take Me Back (8 Sep 1913)
189 Kate (Have I Come Too Early, Too Late) (1947)
190 Dorando (11 Mar 1909)
191 This Is The Life (21 Feb 1914)
192 I'll Capture Her Heart
193 When It's Night Time In Dixie Land (5 Dec 1914)
194 Oh, What I Know About You (2 July 1909)
195 Looking At You (Across The Breakfast Table)
196 Remember (1925)
197 If You Don't Want Me (24 Sep 1913)
198 Any Bonds Today? (1941)
199 Policemen's Ball, The
200 Sombrero Land (17 Nov 1911)
201 In My Harem (1 Feb 1913)
202 (I Wonder Why) You're Just In Love
203 Slumming On Park Avenue
204 Telling Lies (14 Jan 1910)
205 Keep Away From The Fellow Who Owns An Automobile (
206 Down In Chattanooga (21 Nov 1913)
207 Manhattan Madness
208 Man Chases A Girl (Until She Catches Him), A (1949
209 Tra-La, La, La! (24 Sep 1913)
210 Million Dollar Ball, The (6 May 1912)
211 Freedom Train, The (1947)
212 Cheek To Cheek
213 Hey, Wop (1914)
214 You're A Sentimental Guy (1956)
215 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (1946)
216 Revival Day (1914)
217 If You Don't Want My Peaches (You'd Better Stop Sh
218 Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree! (27 Jun 1911)
219 You Can Have Him
220 Somebody's Coming To My House (15 May 1913)
221 Cohen Owes Me Ninety-Seven Dollars (1915)
222 Change Partners
223 This Year's Kisses
224 Thank You, Kind Sir! Said She (31 Aug 1910)
225 Keep On Walking (14 Apr 1913)
226 Down In My Heart (30 Oct 1912)
227 Soft Lights And Sweet Music
228 True Born Soldier Man, A (15 May 1912)
229 Furnishing A Home For Two (8 Oct 1914)
230 Old Maids Ball, The (16 Apr 1913)
231 After The Honeymoon (23 Aug 1911)
232 You're A Sucker For A Dame (1956)
233 You Picked A Bad Day Out To Say Goodbye (25 Apr 19
234 Roses Of Yesterday (1928)
235 I Just Came Back To Say Good Bye (8 Dec 1909)
236 Araby (1915)
237 Don't Be Afraid Of Romance
238 Some Little Something About You (14 Oct 1909)
239 International Rag, The (12 Aug 1913)
240 Colored Romeo (14 Sep 1910)
241 I Used To Be Color-Blind
242 You're Laughing At Me
243 That Dying Rag (18 Feb 1911)
244 Down To The Folies Bergere (24 Apr 1911)
245 Two Cheers Instead Of Three
246 American Eagles
247 Try It On Your Piano (7 Jul 1910)
248 Let's Start The New Year Right
249 No Strings
250 When You Kiss An Italian Girl (16 Jun 1911)
251 One O'clock In The Morning I Get Lonesome (16 Sep
252 How About Me? (1928)
253 You're Fun To Be With (1957)
254 You've Got Me Hypnotized (2 Nov 1911)
255 Run Home And Tell Your Mother (29 Jun 1911)
256 I Keep Running Away From You (1957)
257 At Peace With The World (1926)
258 Mandy
259 Funnies, The
260 If You Haven't Got An Ear For Music
261 Someone Just Like You (22 Dec 1909)
262 Come Back To Me, My Melody (27 Sep 1912)
263 With You
264 That Kazzatsky Dance (19 Dec 1910)
265 Kiss Me My Honey, Kiss Me (3 Aug 1910)
266 Do Your Duty Doctor! (6 Aug 1909)
267 Hostesses Of The Stage Door Canteen
268 Virginia Lou (20 Mar 1911)
269 My Melody Dream (14 Oct 1911)
270 God Gave You To Me (20 Apr 1914)
271 Song Of Freedom
272 When You Play That Piano, Bill! (16 Mar 1910)
273 Opera Burlesque (24 Feb 1912)
274 Alexander And His Clarinet (19 May 1910)
275 Russian Lullaby (1927)
276 Harlem On My Mind
277 It All Belongs To Me (1927)
278 Coquette (1928)
279 When My Dreams Come True (1929)
280 That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune (22 Dec 1909)
281 Draggy Rag (13 Apr 1910)
282 Get Thee Behind Me, Satan
283 How About A Cheer For The Navy?
284 My Sweet Italian Gal (21 Feb 1913)
285 Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
286 When You're In Town (11 Apr 1911)
287 Piano Man (5 Oct 1910)
288 How Do You Do It, Mabel, On Twenty Dollars A Week?
289 Alexander's Bag-Pipe Band (10 Feb 1912)
290 I Got Lost In His Arms
291 Falling Out Of Love Can Be Fun
292 Sadie Salome (Go Home) (2 Apr 1909)
293 At The Picture Show (20 Jan 1913)
294 You'd Be Surprised
295 It All Belongs To Me
296 I Threw A Kiss Into The Ocean (1942)
297 Cuddle Up (24 Nov 1911)
298 Better Luck Next Time
299 When The Folks High Up Do That Mean Lowdown
300 That Monkey Tune (25 Mar 1911)
301 Lead Me To That Beautiful Band (18 Apr 1912)
302 Dreams, Just Dreams (12 Oct 1910)
303 I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen
304 We Have Much To Be Thankful For (21 May 1913)
305 Goody, Goody, Goody, Goody, Good (11 Dec 1912)
306 You're Easy To Dance With
307 Beautiful Day In Brooklyn, A (1948)
308 Pick, Pick, Pick, Pick On The Mandolin, Antonio (2
309 How Many Times? (1926)
310 Alexander's Ragtime Band (18 May 1911)
311 Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor
312 Sailor's Not A Sailor, A (1954)
313 Shaking The Blues Away
314 How's Chances?
315 Washington Twist
316 The Yam
317 It Isn't What He Said (11 Feb 1914)
318 Daddy, Come Home (16 Dec 1913)
319 Couple Of Swells, A
320 An Old-Fashioned Tune Always Is New
321 That Mysterious Rag (31 Aug 1911)
322 Let Me Sing And I'm Happy (1930 Version)
323 Easter Parade (1933)
324 I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
325 I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep
326 Welcome Home (23 Jan 1913)
327 Do You Believe Your Eyes, Or, Do You Believe Your
328 Whistling Rag, The (31 Mar 1911)
329 Please Let Me Come Back To You (1955)
330 I Beg Your Pardon, Dear Old Broadway (28 Mar 1911)
331 I'm An Indian Too
332 Homework
333 San Francisco Bound (13 Mar 1913)
334 I Love You More Each Day (19 May 1910)
335 Becky's Got A Job In A Musical Show (6 Jun 1912)
336 Before I Go And Marry (8 Dec 1909)
337 Supper Time
338 Crinoline Days
339 Spanish Love (24 Apr 1911)
340 Back To Back
341 That Opera Rag (28 Apr 1910)
342 Little Bit Of Everything, A (18 Oct 1912)
343 Elevator Man, Going Up, Going Up, Going Up, Going
344 Let's Face The Music And Dance
345 Ladies Of The Chorus
346 We'll Never Know (1926)
347 My Wife's Gone To The Country (Hurrah! Hurrah!) (1
348 Happy Little Chorus Girl (1913)
349 Go Home And Tell It To Your Wife (1957)
350 White Christmas (1942)
351 Pullman Porters On Parade, The (14 May 1913)
352 I Can't Remember (1933)
353 All By Myself (1921)
354 I'd Like My Picture Took
355 Best Of Friends Must Part, The (6 Feb 1908)
356 Couple Of Song And Dance Men, A
357 Lady Of The Evening
358 Spring And Fall (24 Feb 1912)
359 Fella With An Umbrella, A
360 That's How I Love You (13 May 1912)
361 Little Things In Life, The (1930)
362 Let Yourself Go
363 Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning (1918)
364 What Does It Matter? (1927)
365 Wild Cherries (12 Aug 1909)
366 I Didn't Go Home At All (13 Mar 1909)
367 All Of My Life (1944)
368 Just One Way To Say I Love You
369 Say It With Music (1921)
370 Getting Nowhere (Running Around In Circles)
371 I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now (1919)
372 Devil Has Bought Up All The Coal, The (1918)
373 It Only Happens When I Dance With You
374 I Poured My Heart Into A Song
375 That's My Idea Of Paradise (8 Oct 1914)
376 We Saw The Sea
377 What'll I Do (1924)
378 Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems To Care) (1919)
379 Wishing (17 Dec 1910)
380 Puttin' On The Ritz (1929 Version)
381 If All The Girls I Knew Were Like You (15 Nov 1912
382 Let's Take An Old-Fashioned Walk
383 I'm Beginning To Miss You (1949)
384 It's A Lovely Day For A Walk
385 Stop, Stop, Stop (17 Sep 1910)
386 I've Got To Have Some Lovin' Now (4 Mar 1912)
387 Do It Again (9 Oct 1912)
388 Mr. Monotony
389 Old-Fashioned Tune Always Is New, An
390 Love And The Weather (1947)
391 Everybody Step (1921)
392 Waiting At The End Of The Road
393 This Is The Army
394 Heat Wave (1933 Version)
395 Long As I Can Take You Home (1966)
396 Yankee Love (15 Dec 1911)
397 Always (1925)
398 There's No Business Like Show Business
399 Shaking The Blues Away (1927 Version)
400 I'm Marching Along With Time (1938)
401 Bring Back My Lovin' Man (16 Nov 1911)
402 Serenade To An Old-Fashioned Girl, A
403 Waltz Of Long Ago, The
404 Stop That Rag (24 Nov 1909)
405 I Want To Be In Dixie (18 Jan 1912)
406 Steppin' Out With My Baby
407 The Song Is Ended (1927)
408 Marie (1928)
409 Abraham
410 This Is The Army, Mister Jones
411 When I Lost You (8 Nov 1912)
412 Not For All The Rice In China (1933 Version)
413 He Promised Me (12 Dec 1911)
414 What Chance Have I With Love?
415 Love Leads To Marriage (1956)
416 Yiddisha Eyes (8 Sep 1910)
417 Always Treat Her Like A Baby (24 Aug 1914)
418 Snow
419 Miss Liberty
420 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song
421 When You Walked Out Someone Else Walked Right In
422 I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm) (
423 Don't Put Out The Light (6 May 1911)
424 How Can I Change My Luck?
425 When Winter Comes
426 They're On Their Way To Mexico (2 May 1914)
427 Marie From Sunny Italy (12 Oct 1907)
428 Follow Me Around (13 Nov 1912)
429 Be Careful, It's My Heart
430 This Time
431 Now It Can Be Told (1938)
432 Nothing More To Say (1948)
433 Yiddisha Nightingale (7 Oct 1911)
434 If That's Your Idea Of A Wonderful Time (22 Jun 19
435 The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing
436 Who Do You Love I Hope?
437 Sittin' In The Sun (1953)

Berlin Irving Bio

Irving Berlin (born Israel Isidore Beilin, May 11, 1888 – September 22, 1989) was an American composer and lyricist of Belarusian Jewish origin (born near Mogilev, Russian Empire, present-day Belarus), widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history. He published his first song, "Marie from Sunny Italy", in 1907 and had his first major international hit, "Alexander's Ragtime Band" in 1911.

"Alexander's Ragtime Band" sparked an international dance craze in places as far away as Berlin's native Russia, which also "flung itself into the ragtime beat with an abandon bordering on mania." Over the years he was known for writing music and lyrics in the American vernacular: uncomplicated, simple and direct, with his aim being to "reach the heart of the average American" whom he saw as the "real soul of the country."

He wrote hundreds of songs, many becoming major hits, which made him "a legend" before he turned thirty. During his 60-year career he wrote an estimated 1,500 songs, including the scores for 19 Broadway shows and 18 Hollywood films, with his songs nominated eight times for Academy Awards.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Berlin