Tin Pan Alley

"Why Don't You Practice What You Preach"
(Goodhart / Hoffman / Sigler) 1934
"I Found a Million Dollar Baby"
(Warren / Dixon / Rose) 1931
"Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue"
(Weinrich / Mahoney) 1914
"Shine on, Harvest Moon"
(Bayes / Norworth) circa 1900s
It was one of a series of Moon-related Tin Pan Alley songs of the era.

"My Blue Heaven"
(Walter Donaldson) 1924
"You Are My Sunshine"
(Davis Mitchell) 1939

"Yes Sir, That's My Baby"
(Donaldson / Kahn) 1925

"Ain't Misbehavin'"
(Fats Waller) 1926
"Tip Toe Through The Tulips"
(Dubin / Burke) 1929

"It's Only a Paper Moon"
(Arlen / Harburg / Rose) 1933
"Sentimental Journey"
(Brown / Homer / Green) 1944
"Makin' Whoopee"
(Donaldson / Kahn) 1928

"Tonight You Belong to Me"
(Rose / David) 1926


"Iko Iko"
(Traditional) 1952
A much-covered New Orleans song that tells of a parade collision between two tribes of Mardi Gras Indians. The song first became popular in 1965 by the female group The Dixie Cups.
"Choo Choo Cha-Boogie"
(Horton  / Darling  / Gabler) 1946
"This Land Is Your Land"
(Woody Gutherie) 1940
Possibly the best known American folk song in history.
"I'll Fly Away"
(Albert E. Brumley) 1929
"I'll Fly Away" has been called the most recorded gospel song.



Blue Hawaii 1961
Nominated by the Writers Guild of America in 1962 in the category of Best Written American Musical.
"Island Style"
(John Cruz)
"White Sandy Beaches"
(Unknown author)
Israel Kamakawiwoʻole (Iz) version

"Ukulele Lady"
(Kahn / Whiting) 1925
"Pearly Shells"
(Pupu A `O `Ewa) is an old Hawaiian song. The English lyrics were written by Webley Edwards and Leon Pober.
"Somewhere over the Rainbow"
(Arlen / Harburg) 1939
Made popular in the movie Wizard of Oz, Moonlight Serenade performs the more current version by Hawaiian ukulele player Israel Kamakawiwoʻole (Iz)
"Opihi Man"
As performed by the Ka'au Crater Boys


"I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)"
(Johnny Mercer) 1936
"Buffalo Gals"
(Lubly Fan) 1844
"Happy Trails"
(Dale Evans) 1952

"Across the Alley from the Alamo"
(Joe Green) 1958
A Mills Brothers standard.
"Hey, Good Lookin'"
(Hank Williams) 1942
"Jambalaya (on the Bayou)"
(Hank Williams) 1952


Oldies Rock & Roll

"Bye Bye Love"
(Felice and Boudleaux Bryant) 1957
A well known hit for the Everly Brothers
"Kansas City"
(Leiber and Stoller) 1952
"Wooly Bully"
Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs in 1965
"Soldier Boy"
(Dixon and Greenberg) 1962
The song was released as a single by The Shirelles.
"Burning Love"
(Dennis Linde) 1972
"Get Together"
(Chet Powers) Mid-60's