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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller
* Samuels, Walter G; Whitcup, Leonard; Powell, Teddy. Take me back to my boots and saddle. New York: Schuster and Miller, 1935. 5 p. Cover: Fred Waring.
* Samuels, Walter G; Whitcup, Leonard; Powell, Teddy. Take me back to my boots and saddle. New York: Schuster and Miller, 1935. 5 p. Cover: Featured by Jimmy Farrell.
Samuels, Walter G; Whitcup, Leonard; Powell, Teddy. Take me back to my boots and saddle. New York: Schuster and Miller, 1935. 5 p. Cover: Featured by Josephine Larkin and Dick Hotcha Gardner.
* Samuels, Walter G; Whitcup, Leonard; Powell, Teddy. Take me back to my boots and saddle. New York: Schuster and Miller, 1935. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell."
* Samuels, Walter G; Whitcup, Leonard; Powell, Teddy. Take me back to my boots and saddle. New York: Schuster and Miller; Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1935. 5 p. Cover: Successfully introduced over radio by John Charles Thomas.
* The Santa Fe Rangers western songs. New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1946. 48 p. 19 songs.
the Navajo trail,
* Schaeffer, Mary. Little old shack in the mountains. New York: Bibo-Lang, 1933. 3 p. Cover: "Featured by Jack Davis."
* Schuh, Albert. Yosemite. Piano composition written at Yosemite Valley, July 14, 1926. Oakland, CA: William L. Belrose, Wiley B. Allen Co., 1926. 5 p. No lyrics
* Schwartz, Arthur. A gal in calico. Music by A. Schwartz; lyrics by Leo Robin. New York: Remick Music, 1946. 3 p. Cover: From the Warner Bros. picture "The time, the place and the girl," starring Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson, Martha Vickers, Janis Paige, with Carmen Cavallaro and his orchestra.
* Screens songs . New York: Charlton Publishing. c1946 monthly
* Sgt. Gene Autry presents his favorite patriotic and hillbilly songs. Hollywood, CA: West'rn Music Publishing, 1943. 47 p. Ill. 19 songs.
* Shaw, Lloyd. Cowboy dances: a collection of western square dances. With a foreword by Sherwood Anderson, appendix "Cowboy dance tunes" arranged by Frederick Knorr, p.373-394. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1950. 417 p.
* Shelhamer, Ben, Jr.; Heritier, Claude; Hull, Russ. I'll be back in a year, little darlin'. Chicago: Bell (Broadcast) Music, 1941. 3 p.
"Words and music
by Ben Shelhamer, Jr., Claude Heritier, and Russ Hull."
* Shepard, Riley; Nelson, Steve; Nelson, Ed. G. I can't give you back you heart. New York: Leeds Music, 1944. 3 p. Cover: Featured by Riley Shepard, the cowboy philosopher.
* Sheriff Tom Owen's cowboys, a collection of favorite songs. Book no.1. Chicago: Country Music Publishers, 1947. 48 p. 25 songs.
* Sherwin, Sterling. Singin' in the saddle: a new collection of original and standard cowboy songs. Boston: Boston Music, 1944. 59 p. Ill. 21 songs.
"Cover by Beniamino Bufano."
* Sherwin, Sterling. American cowboy songs, old and new. Toronto: Canadian Music Sales; London, England: Francis, Day and Hunter, 1939. 32 p. 17 songs. "Composer of 'Songs of the roundup'."
* Short Brothers radio song folio. No.1. Nashville: Short Brothers Publications, 1947. 40 p. Ill. 18 songs.
Decca Record hits:
* Shorty Long song folio. New York: Tannen Music Inc., 1951. 28 p. 13 songs.
* Simplified popular song hits with words and music. No. 9. New York: Chas. H. Hansen Music Co., 1951. 15 p. See: "On top of Old Smoky."
* Sing along the way . Delaware, OH: Cooperative Recreation Service, 194-. 80 p.
* Sing 'em cowboy sing 'em!: songs of the trail and range. New York: Amsco Music Sales; Toronto: Canadian Music Sales Corp., 1933. 96 p. 61 songs.
* Sing 'em cowboy sing 'em!: songs of the trail and range. New York: Amsco Music Sales, 1934. 96 p. 61 songs.
for the following instruments:
* Sing magazine. New York: Affiliated Lyric Publishing. c1946-49 monthly
* Sing magazine: latest popular songs . New York: KWK Publications. c1942-?43 monthly
v.1, no.4, May 1942.
32 p. See "Whistling cowboy" p.5
* Sing songs: latest popular radio, stage and screen songs. New York: DS Publishing. c1943-49 monthly
Sizemore, Asher. Hearth and home songs: songs that will live forever / by Asher Sizemore, and Little Jimmie Louisville, Kentucky: Asher Sizemore, 1934 (1935 Edition).
* Sizemore, Asher. How beautiful Heaven must be; I miss my dear sweet mother; I dreamed I searched heaven for you. Nashville, TN: Asher Sizemore, 1933. 3 songs; 2 by A.S. Bridgewater and A.P. Bland and James D. Vaughn.
Sleepy Hollow Cowboys and Cowgirls. Folio no.1. Hollywood, CA: American Music Inc., 1937 (?1940).
* Sleepy Hollow Cowboys and Cowgirls' song folio. Folio no.1. Portland, OR: American Music, 1940. 51 p. 20 songs.
"Twenty new songs,
* Sleepy Hollow Ranch Cowboys and Cowgirls song folio. Folio no.1. New York: Bourne Inc., 1946. 47 p. Ill. 15 songs.
Slim Pickens Wilson and his Prairie Playboys. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1937.
* Smeck, Roy. Roy Smeck's ukulele fun book: a pocketful of unrivaled song hits. New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1950. 63 p. See: Ramos/Costello's "El rancho grande" p.57; Espinosa/Tuvim'Luban's "A gay rachero" p. 62.
* Smiley Burnette cowboy and western songs. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing, . 64 p. Ill. 52 songs.
"52 sensational songs,
* Smiley Burnette cowboy song book: a fine collection of original cowboy, hillbilly, comedy and home songs. Compiled and edited by Betty Ann Fisher. New York: Stasny Music, . Ill. 64 p. 27 songs.
* Smilin' Bill Waters home-folk-songs. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1943. 32 p. 14 songs.
* Smilin' Bill Waters home-folk-songs. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1943. 32 p. Ill. 13 songs.
Smilin' Bill Waters, home folk songs. Nashville: Wallace Fowler Publications, 1947.
Smilin' Bill Waters original home folk songs. Book No.2. np: Willie B . Waters, 1940.
* Smith, Hubbard; Hubbard, J.M. A home in the west / Words by Dr. Hubbard Smith; music by J.M. Hubbard. Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1936. 5 p. Cover: Freddy Martin and his orchestra.
* Smith, Clay. Maid of the West. Words by Roscoe Gilmore Stott, music by Clay Smith. Cleveland; New York: Sam Fox Publishing Co., 1923. 8 p.
* Smith's collection of mountain ballads and cowboy songs. New York: Wm J. Smith, 1932. 59 p. 30 songs.
See: "Bury me out
on the prairie,"
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