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AFTER THE BALL 


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FAMOUS HEART STORY BALLAD HITS 

BY 

CHARLES K. HARRIS 


After the Ball 

Always in the Way 

Break the News to Mother 

Better Than Gold 

Cast Aside 

For Old Times Sake 

Fallen by the Wayside 

For Sale, a Baby 

Hello Central Give Me Heaven 

I’m Trying so Hard to Forget You 

I’m Wearing My Heart Away for You 

I’ve a Longing in My Heart lor You, Louise 

In the City Where Nobody Cares 

Don’t Y'ou Wish You Were Back Home Again? 

'Mid the Greenfields of Virginia 

Just Behind the Times 

Nobody Knows, Nobody Cares 

Just a Gleam of Heaven in Her Eyes 

One Night in June 

No Flag Like the Bed, White and Blue 
All for the Love of a Girl 

There’s Another Picture in My Mamma’s Frame 
Waiting for Footsteps That Never Came 
’Way Down Deep in My Heart 
What Does the Flower Say? 

Y’ou Never Spoke to Me Like That Before 

Dear College Chums 

Don’t Blame Me for Lovin’ You 

Tell Me a Beautiful Story 

Take Me in Your Arms Again 

Love O’ Mine 

Just a Bit of Driftwood on the Sea of Life 
Thou Shalt Not Steal a Heart Away 
You Came, You Saw, Y’ou Conquered 
You Kissed Me and Said Good-Bye 
Will You Be True? 

YVhen the Cherry Trees Are Blooming in Japan 
Kathleen, My Rose 

Let Him Miss You Just a Little Bit 
Mississippi Twilight 
Baby’s Eyes 

I Miss the Old Folks Now 
I Long for You Tonight 
Fairy Moon 

I’m Coming Back to You 

Won’t You Come to Dolly’s Party 

When the Golden Leaves Are Falling 

All I YVant Is a Cottage, Some Boses and You 

School Bells 

He Was a Friend of Mine 

Honey Boy, My Heart Is Calling for You 

The Story of a Soul 

Give Back My Sweetheart to Me 

Fifty Times a Day 

Come Back, Let’s Be Sweethearts Once Mors 
Suppose I Met Y’ou Face to l ace 
No One Else Can Take Your Place 
Climb a Tree With Me 

Not ’Till Then Will I Cease to Love You 
On a Little Side Street 


I’ve Just Come Back to Say Good-Bye 

I’ve Been Faithful to Y’ou 

I Love Her Just the Same 

Is Life Worth Living? 

i Used to Know' Her Years Ago 

In Dear Old Fairyland 

In the Good Old Fashioned Way 

Just One Kiss 

Just Next Door 

Just Because I Loved Her So 

Mud Pie Days 

On the Sands at Night 

Sitting by the Kitchen Door 

Sweet Maid Divine 

Then Comes the Sad Awakening 

Please, Miss Central, Find My Mamma 

Can Y’ou Pay for a Broken Heart? 

I Want to Buy a Little Bit of Love 
'Scuse Me Today 
Baby Hands 

YVhen Did You Write to Mother Last? 
I YV'onder W’ho’s Next in Your Heart? 
And a Little Child Shall Lead Them 
Will I Find My Mamma There? 
Dreaming Love of You 
Always Me 

A Man, a Maid, a Moon, a Boat 
After ’YY’hile 

’Mid the Blue Grass of Kentucky 
Down in the Y'ale of Shenandoah 
In the Hills of Old Carolina 
I Love Her Just the Same 
It Might Have Been 
I Love You in Spite of All 
Was I a Fool? 

Kiss and Let’s Make Up 

Last Night as the Moon Was Shining 

The Girl of My Dreams 

My Virginia 

The Best Thing in Life 

The Tie That Binds 

YVithout Your Love, Ah, Let Me Die 

YVhat Is a Home Without Love? 

YY’h.v Don’t They Play With Me? 

A Rabbi’s Daughter 

Belle of the Ball 

Can Hearts So Soon Forget? 

Fifty Years Ago 
Farewell! Sweetheart May 
Hello, Central, Hello! 

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Adeline Patti’s “The Last Farewell 
There’ll Come a Time 
Would You Care? 

While the Dance Goes On 

Will the Roses Bloom in Heaven? 

You’ll Never Know 

Creep, Baby, Creep 

When It Strikese Home 

My Mama Livese Up in the Sky 





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