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Sons of the Pioneers song folio. No.1. Hollywood, CA: American Music Inc., 1936 (?1937). ?18 songs
Sons of the Pioneers original song folio. Folio no.2. Hollywood, CA: American Music Inc., 1936 (?1937). ?18 songs
* Sons of the Pioneers original songs of the prairie. Folio no.3. Hollywood, CA: American Music Inc., 1937. 50 p. Ill. 18 songs.
* Spade Cooley's western swing song folio, for voice, piano and guitar. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1945. 34 p. 15 songs.
On cover: "Containing
15 western songs hits,
* St. Luke, John. Willie's farewell ballad. Written and composed by St. Luke. New York: Firth, Pond and Co., 1851. California gold rush. 5 p.
* Stand by. np c1934-36.
* Steiner, Max. As long as I live. Lyrics by Charlie Tobias. New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1944. 3 p. From the Warner Bros. picture "Saratoga trunk". Starring Ingrid Bergman and Gary Cooper.
* Stone, Helen. Mexicali Rose waltz ballad. Words by Helen Stone; music by Jack B. Tenney. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1935, c.1923. 5 p. Cover: featured by Bing Crosby.
* Stone, Jesse. Idaho. London, England: Chappell and Co., 1942. 4 p.
"Words and music
by Jesse Stone."
* Stone, Jesse. Idaho. Words and music by Jesse Stone. Successfully featured by Alvino Rey and his orchestra. New York: American Academy of Music, 1942. 5 p.
Stop! Look! Read! See: Latest song hits.
Strawberry roan. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, c1935.
Stu' Davis' song corral. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, nd.
Stu' Davis' saddle bag of songs. No.2. Vancouver: Empire Music Publishers, .
Stuart Hamblen and His Lucky Stars: most popular western radio star deluxe song book. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, c1932. 96 p. 81 songs.
* Stuart Hamblen and his Lucky Stars: deluxe edition, cowboy songs, western songs, home songs, mountain songs. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1942. 96 p. 81 songs.
See: "I'm in love
cowboy, with you,"
* Styne, Jule. Ev'ry day I love you (just a little bit more). Music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Sammy Cahn. New York: HARMS, 1948. 3 p. From the Warner Brothers Picture "Two Guys from Texas" starring Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson.
Styne, Jule. I wanna be a cowboy in the movies. Music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Sammy Cahn. New York: HARMS, 1948. 3 p. From the Warner Brothers Picture "Two Guys from Texas" starring Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson.
* Suesse, Dana. The night is young and you're so beautiful. New York: Words and Music; Toronto: Canadian Music Sales, 1936. 5 p.
"Fort Worth Frontier
Centennial presents Billy Rose's 'Casa Mana'."
* Sullivan, Jeri; Carroll, Bob. The Lord's ridin' with me tonight. New York: Ivy Music Corp., 1951. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Jeri Sullivan, and Bob Carroll."
* Sunny Skylar's radio song favorites. New York: Mills Music, 194-. 32 p. 14 songs.
* Swander, Don. Deep in the heart of Texas. Words by June Hershey. Hollywood, CA: Melody Lane Publications, 1941. 2 p.
* Swander, Don. Deep in the heart of Texas. Music by Don Swander, words by June Hershey. Hollywood, CA: Melody Lane Publications, 1941. 5 p. "Deep in the heart of Texas," p. . Cover: "Featured by The Escorts and Betty."
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