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I'll not go out with Riley anymore / words and music by Harry S. Miller.
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I'll not go out with Riley anymore / words and music by Harry S. Miller.  [But I'll not go out with Riley any more. [first line of chor...] (c1895)

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Image Title

:  I'll not go out with Riley anymore / words and music by Harry S. Miller.

Alternate Title(s)

: But I'll not go out with Riley any more. [first line of chorus] Title 2.) My old friend Johnnie Riley says "Come Mac, along with me." [first line]

Creator(s)

: Miller, Harry S. -- Lyricist
Miller, Harry S. -- Composer
Banks, H. G. -- Illustrator

Additional Name(s)

: Wehman, Henry J. -- Copyright Holder

Published Date

: c1895

Specific Material Type

: music

Item Physical Description

: 1 score (8 p.) ; 36 cm.

Notes

: Cover lithograph by H. G. Banks, contains 3 drawings illustrating scenes from song: at top, man in prison cell who has apparently been beaten up (includes text of first chorus); at bottom left is a policeman in the act of apprehending a man; at bottom right is a man receiving an electric shock from a worker. Text of chorus after second verse lies between the two illustrations at bottom.

Source

: American popular songs. / Sheet music, 1895

Location

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

Digital ID

: 1255350

Record ID

: 463807

Digital Item Published

: 8-17-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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