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The cat came back / words and music by Harry S. Miller.
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Image ID: 1157323

The cat came back / words and music by Harry S. Miller.  [But the cat came back, couldn't stay no longer. [first line ...] (c1893)

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Image Title

:  The cat came back / words and music by Harry S. Miller.

Alternate Title(s)

: But the cat came back, couldn't stay no longer. [first line of chorus] Title 2.) Dar was ole Mister Johnson, he had trouble of his own. [first line]

Creator(s)

: Miller, Harry S. -- Composer
Bonnell, Otto -- Arranger
Miller, Harry S. -- Lyricist

Additional Name(s)

: Rossiter, Will, 1867-1954 -- Copyright Holder
Mocs, Joseph -- Owner

Published Date

: c1893

Specific Material Type

: music

Item Physical Description

: 1 score (6 p.) ; 34 cm.

Notes

: Cover contains drawing of a cat in sitting position, grinning with a tongue sticking through its teeth, its left arm in a sling, and its left eye bandaged. Note 2.) On cover: The song that beats "McGinty." Note 3.) Page [5] contains texts of 9 additional verses and 1 additional chorus.

Provenance

: Cover contains stamp of former owner: Joseph Mocs, 338 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Source

: American popular songs. / Sheet music, 1893

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Digital ID

: 1157323

Record ID

: 449136

Digital Item Published

: 12-21-2010; updated 3-25-2011

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