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First line/ Refrain: "Good time coming" is almost her (first line of chorus)
Title: Wake Nicodemus : song and chorus
Composer: Work, Henry C. (Henry Clay)
Publisher: Wm. B. Bradbury
Date: 1864

First line/ Refrain: Gal I knew (first line of text)
Title: I'd leave ma happy home for you
Composer: Von Tilzer, Harry
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: Gather roun ye darkies all (first line of text)
Title: The Negro emancipation song
Composer: Webster, Joseph Philbrick
Publisher: H.M. Higgins
Date: 1862

First line/ Refrain: George Washington so his'try says would never tell a lie (first line of text)
Title: Somebody lied
Composer: Branen, Jeff T.
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: c1907

First line/ Refrain: Get your money's worth (first line of chorus)
Title: Get your money's worth : instructions from the boss
Composer: Jones, Irving
Publisher: F.A. Mills
Date: 1897

First line/ Refrain: Give me just one loving smile (first line of chorus)
Title: Ev'ry little bit helps
Composer: Fisher, Fred
Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Date: 1904

First line/ Refrain: Give me shelter, grub and my spending change (first line of chorus)
Title: Give me shelter, grub and spending change : then I'll be satisfied
Composer: Henderson, Adolph
Publisher: Will Rossiter
Date: 1907

First line/ Refrain: Glory! Glory! How the freedmen sang! (first line of chorus)
Title: Glory! Glory! or, The little octoroon : song & chorus
Composer: Root, George F. (George Frederick)
Publisher: Root & Cady
Date: 1866

First line/ Refrain: Go to sleep (first line of chorus)
Title: Mammy's little pumpkin colored coons : plantation slumber song
Composer: Perrin, Sidney
Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Date: 1897

First line/ Refrain: Go to sleep ma Carolina twins (first line of chorus)
Title: Mammy's Carolina twins : Southern lullaby
Composer: Johnson, Lee
Publisher: Lee Johnson & Co.
Date: 1899

First line/ Refrain: Go to sleep my darlin' cause it's nightie night (first line of chorus)
Title: Nightie night : (kiss yo' mammy nightie night)
Composer: Elliott, Eddie
Publisher: Pace & Handy Music Co. Inc.
Date: 1917

First line/ Refrain: Go to sleep my little drowsy baby close yo' eyes (first line of chorus)
Title: My drowsy babe
Composer: Nichols, George A.
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: Go to sleep my little picaninny (first line of chorus)
Title: Little Alabama coon
Composer: Starr, Hattie
Publisher: Willis Woodward & Co.
Date: 1893

First line/ Refrain: Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay (first line of text)
Title: Old black Joe
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: Chicago Music Co.
Date: 1900

First line/ Refrain: Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay (first line of text)
Title: Old black Joe
Composer: Foster, Stephen Collins
Publisher: De Luxe Music Co.
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: Good bye old massa I'se a dying (first line of text)
Title: Uncle Tom's farewell
Composer: Benson, E. A.
Publisher: E.A. Benson
Date: 1878

First line/ Refrain: Good ev'ning Mister Johnson, I received your note (first line of text)
Title: Mister Johnson, good night
Composer: Ingraham, Herbert
Publisher: Maurice Shapiro
Date: 1910

First line/ Refrain: Good luck wans me, dorns me, scorns me, constantly (first line of chorus)
Title: Constantly
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Date: 1922?

First line/ Refrain: Good luck wans me, dorns me, scorns me, constantly (first line of chorus)
Title: Constantly
Composer: Williams, Bert
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Date: c1910

First line/ Refrain: Good-bye you good for nothing Andy (first line of chorus)
Title: Moses Andrew Jackson, good-bye
Composer: Snyder, Ted
Publisher: F.A. Mills
Date: 1906

First line/ Refrain: Got de St Louis blues jes blue as ah can be (first line of chorus)
Title: The St. Louis blues
Composer: Handy, W. C. (William Christopher)
Publisher: Pace & Handy Music Co.
Date: 1914

First line/ Refrain: Great big tree grows near our house (first line of text)
Title: Woodman, woodman, spare that tree!
Composer: Berlin, Irving
Publisher: ABC Music Corp.
Date: [1939?], c1911

First line/ Refrain: Great scott, I think I see my brother coming home right now! (first line of chorus)
Title: I think I see my brother coming now
Composer: Helf, J. Fred
Publisher: Helf & Hager
Date: 1908

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