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Let me down easy, or, The machinery man
Composer: Farrel, Tom
Alternate title:Machinery man
Lyrics:Sam Johnson was a machinery man with ideas of his own (first line of text)
Le-let me dow-ha down easy, you'll never see me here no more (first line of chorus)
Contributors:
Starmer
Publisher:Will Rossiter Publisher
Publication Date:1906
Description:Let me down easy, or, The machinery man / words and music by Tom Farrel.
For voice and piano.
Cover title.
First line of text: Sam Johnson was a machinery man with ideas of his own.
First line of chorus: Le-let me dow-ha down easy, you'll never see me here no more.
"Sung by the stars of Vaudeville"--Cover.
Cover ill.: African American man falling from the sky / Starmer.
Price: 5.
Publisher's advertisements on p. [7] and [8].
Format:1 score ([8] p.) : ill. ; 35 cm.
Subjects:Popular music--United States--1901-1910
African Americans--Songs and music
Copyright:Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music
Digital ID:dpl-hac-11775.dc
OCLC Record ID:50288617
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