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* Pack, L. D. Cowboy Loye presents 20 famous heart songs. [S.l.: Cowboy Loye, 193-]. 20 p. See: "Yellow rose of Texas", "Oh bury me out on the prairie".
* Pack, L.D. Where the rhododendrons grow. S.l.: L.D. Pack, 1936. 3 p.
"Cowboy Loye, L.D.
* Pages from Sammy Kaye's dusty old manuscripts of songs and poems. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson; New York: World Music Inc., 1945. 24 p. 14 song and poems.
* Palmer, "Bob". The Utah trail. Words and music by Bob Palmer. (second edition). Los Angeles: Palmer Publishing, 1928. 5 p.
* Palmer-Hughes accordian hootenanny. New York: Alfred Music, 1964. 44 p. See: "Jesse James", p.13-15; "Blood on the cactus" p.37
* Palmer-Hughes cowboy book . New York: Alfred Music, 1960. 24 p.
* Pals of the golden west. Folio no.1. Portland, OR: American Music Inc., 1942. 48 p. Ill.
"20 new songs."
* 'Pappy' Cheshire and his hill billy champions: mountain songs, home songs, western songs, cowboy songs. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1940. 96 p. 60 songs.
* Paramount Pictures song folio with words and music. Fifth. New York: Famous Music Corp., 1940. 48 p. See: "Scenes from ‘Buck Benny rides again' a Paramount Picture," p.25; "Scenes from ‘North-West Mounted Police' a Paramount Picture," p.33; "Little band of gold," words and music by Gene Autry, Chas. Newman and Fred. Glickman, p.46-48.
* Patsy Montana deluxe edition of famous original cowboy songs and mountain ballads. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1941. 95 p. Ill. 84 songs.
"America's no.1 cowgirl."
Patsy Montana's new song book. Nashville: Hilliard-Currie, c1945.
* Paul Grove's roundup of song hits (radio and recording). New York: Dixie Music Pub. Co., 1943. 32 p. 32 songs. See: "New Jesse James," p.9.
* Paul Howard's cotton pickin' songs. Nashville: Acuff-Rose, . 47 p. Ill. 20 songs. See: "Home in San Antone," p.12-13.
Pee Wee King's folio of waltzes, square dances and polkas. Hollywood, CA: Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1951.
* Pee Wee King's music box folio. Nashville: Acuff-Rose, . 48 p. Ill. 20 songs.
* Perkins, Ray. Under a Texas moon. New York: Remick Music Corp., 1929. 5 p.
"Lyrics and music
by Ray Perkins."
* The Peter Maurice popular song album. No.4. London: Peter Maurice Music, 1936. 47 p. See: "Saddle your blues to a wild mustang".
* The Peter Maurice popular album of twenty song hits: containing full words and music with tonic solfa of the most popular songs everybody sings. London: Peter Maurice Music, 1937. c1937. 47 p. 20 songs. See: "Cowboy", "Roll along covered wagon", "The sunset trail".
* Philleo, Estelle. Out where the west begins: a song. Chicago: M. St. Vrain Sanford, 1917. 5 p.
"Words by Arthur
* Philleo, Estelle. Out where the west begins. Words by Arthur Chapman; illustrated by Harold Bell Wright. Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, 1917. 5 p. SS Series.
Philleo, Estelle. Roundup lullaby. Words by Charles Badger Clark. Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, 1917.
* Pie Plant Pete and Bashful Harmonica Joe's favorite old time songs. Song Book No. 1. Chicago: M.M. Cole, 1937. 32 p. Ill.
See: "The dying cowboy,"
* Pie Plant Pete's and Bashful Harmonica Joe's favorite old time songs. Song Book No. 2. Chicago: M.M. Cole, 1937. 34 p. Ill. See: "I only want a buddy - not a sweetheart."
* Pie Plant Pete and Bashful Joe's favorite old time songs. De Luxe Edition. Song Book No.3. New York: Peer International, 1941. 32 p. Ill.
* Pie Plant Pete and Bashful Joe's favorite old time songs. De Luxe Edition Song Book No.4. Franklin, PA: Kelly Music Publications, 1945. 32 p. Ill.
See: "In sunny Santa
* Pine Mountain Merry Makers favourite melodies, songs and tunes. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, . 16 p. 14 songs.
* Play and sing: America's greatest collection of old time songs and mountain ballads! Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1930. 42 p.
"25 most harmonious
Polly Jenkins and her Musical Pals, songs of the mountains and prairies. New York: Dixie Music Publishing, nd.
Popular and standard songs . New York: Sharpiro Bernstein, c1934-36. Series titles vary; see "Empty saddles," "Moonlight on the Colorado," "The trail of the lonesome pine," "Wagon wheels," etc.
* Popular and standard songs: wagon wheels . New York: Sharpiro Bernstein, c1934. Music by Peter De Rose; lyrics by Billy Hill. 5 p.
Popular cowboy songs: home spun songs, mountain songs, mother songs, love songs / by Bob Miller, et al. Passaic, NJ: Home Service, 1939. 22 p. 19 songs
* Popular cowboy songs: songs of the range and western says. S.l.: s.n, 194-, quarterly.
Running title: Cowboy songs
Spring, 194-. 16pp
Popular cowboy songs: lyrics of love and loneliness, whoopee and lament on the wide prairie and dogie trails. New York: Bob Miller, 1940.
* Popular cowboy songs of ranch and range: the most wonderful collection ever written. New York: The Roaming Dreamer, 194-. [15 p.] See ad for Bi-sexual love, 7-Homosexual neuroses, [p.6].
* Popular music and dancing weekly. Edited by Jack Payne. London: Amalgamated Press.
v.1, no. 3, Oct.
27, 1934. 20 p. "In San Antonio" p.17- 19
* Popular music and film song weekly. London: Southern Music.
* Popular song hits. (Toronto: Song Hit Publishing).
* Popular song sheet: popular songs, western songs, jive songs. New York: Movie Songs Inc., 1944.
* Popular songs. New York, NY: Charlton Publishing Corp.; Dunellen, NJ: Dell Publishing, c1934-?, monthly
v.1, no.1, Oct. 1934.
33 p. See: "Frankie and Johnnie," p.18-19, "There's a yellow moon on the
purple sage," p.20.
* Popular songs. Derby, CT: Charlton Publishing Corp. c1946-52, monthly
v.4, no.4, Apr. 1949. 18 p. "Formerly Screen songs.
v.4, no.5, May 1949. 18 p.
v.4, no.7, Jul. 1949. 18 p.
v.4, no.8, Aug. 1949. 18 p.
v.5, no.7, Jul. 1950. 18 p.
v.6, no.2, Feb. 1951. 18 p.
v.6, no.4, Apr. 1951. 18 p.
v.6, no.6, Jun. 1951. 18 p.
v.6, no.8, Aug. 1951. 18 p.
v.7, no.4, Apr. 1952. 18 p. See: "Old paint," p.5
v.7, no.5, May 1952. 18 p. See: "Old paint"
v.7, no.6, Jun. 1952. 18 p.
* Porter, Cole. Don't fence me in. New York: HARMS, 1944. 3 p.
presents 'Hollywood Canteen',
* Porter, Cole. Rosalie. New York: Chappell; Toronto: Canadian Music Sales, 1936. 5 p. From the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture "Rosalie." Cover: Nelson Eddy and Eleanor Powell.
* Porter Wagoner country music favorites. New York: Hill and Range Songs, 1957. 41 p. Ill. 15 songs.
* Potter, Harold. Home on the range: cowboy song. Philadelphia: Morris Music, 1932. 3 p.
Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee's song book. ?: McKee Printing, 1934.
* Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee's songs of the range. Chicago: Chart Music Publishing House, 1937. 50 p. Ill. 30 songs.
"For voice and piano,
* Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee's songs of the range: cowboys wails of cattle trails. Chicago: Chart Music Publishing House, 1937. 50 p. 30 songs.
* The Prairie Ramblers and Patsy Montana's collection of songs. New York: Bob Miller, 1937. 66 p. 30 songs. As sung and played on Radio Station WLS, Chicago, Illinois.
* Prairie Ramblers barn dance favorites. Chicago: Chart Music Publishing House, 1941. 58 p. 34 songs.
"For voice and piano,
* The Prairie Ramblers songs of the trail. New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1946. 48 p. 15 songs.
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