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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller
WLS barn dance favorites. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, c1942. 100 p. 100 songs. See: "The Yellow Rose of Texas"
WLW favorite songs of Boone County jamboree deluxe song book. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, c1942. 96 p. 85 songs.
* WWVA world's original radio jamboree famous songs: cowboy songs, home songs, western songs, mountain songs. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1942. 95 p. Ill. 85 songs.
* WWVA world's original radio jamboree famous songs: cowboy songs, home songs, western songs, mountain songs. Book No. 2 Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1948. 63 p. Ill. 50 songs.
* "Wagon wheels." Music by Peter De Rose; lyrics by Billy Hill. Popular and Standard Songs. New York: Sharpiro Bernstein, 1934. 5 p.
* Wakely, Jimmy. Too late. New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1941. 5 p.
"Words and music by Jimmy Wakely."
Waldo O'Neal: star dust of the plains. Clovis, NM: np, 1957.
* Walker, Wiley; Sullivan, Gene. When my blue moon turns to gold again / Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1941. 5 p. Cover: Featured by Roy Rogers.
* Way out yonder songs album: a grand collection of every type of country and western song. New York: Piedmont Music Co., . 32 p. Variant cover: 75 cents. 11 songs.
* Way out yonder songs album: a grand collection of every type of country and western song. New York: Piedmont Music Co., . 32 p. Variant cover: $1.00. 11 songs.
a blue sky way out yonder,
* Wayne, Mabel. In a little Spanish town: 'twas on a night like this / Mabel Wayne; lyrics by Lewis and Young. New York: Leo Feist, 1926. 4 p.
* Wayne, Mabel. Ramona / Mabel Wayne; lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert. New York: Leo Feist, 1926. 5 p. Produced by Inspiration Pictures. Cover: Dolores Del Rio.
Wayne Raney song folio: exclusive King recording artist. Cincinnati: Lois Publishing, c1950.
* Wayne Singleton, America's no. 1 yodeling cowboy. Folio no.1. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1945. 32p. 24 songs.
* " We heard America singing": their favourite hilly-billy songs . Arranged for male voices by W.J. Cotton. London: Leonard, Gould and Boltter; Toronto: Anglo-Canadian Music, 1941. 19 p. 8 songs.
"The Red River Valley,
* Webb Pierce, the Wondering Boy, folio. No.1. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., c1953. 36 p. Ill. 15 songs.
* Webb Pierce, the Wondering Boy, folio. No.2. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1954. 36 p. Ill. 15 songs.
* Weill, Gus. You are my sunshine: the Jimmie Davis story - an affectionate biography / Gus Weill. Gretna, LA: Pelican Pub. Co, 1987, 1977. 187 p. Ill.
* Wenrich, Percy. In tepee land / Percy Wenrich. New York: Frank K. Root, 1911. 5 p.
* Wenrich, Percy. Way out yonder in the golden West / Percy Wenrich. New York: Leo Feist, 1915. 3p. Cover: Al Wohlman.
* Wesley, Ozzie. My pony and I: theme of the rangers / Ozzie Wesley. Chicago: O'Kay Music, 1939. 5 p.
"Words by Louis O'Connell."
* West Virginia mountain ballads and sacred songs. Fairmont, WV: John Bava's Music, 1955. 48 p. Ill. Cover: Hank Stanford. 54 songs.
* Western heart throbs: a select collection of favorite songs. New York: Bob Miller, 1937. 49 p. 27 songs.
"Words and music
* Western jamboree song folio. New York: Mayfair Music, 1955. 64 p. 25 songs.
"Pistol packin' mama,
Western movie hits. New York: Dell. See: v.1, no.2, 1953. Gene Autry cover/article "Pack Train."
* Western style songs, gospel songs in western style. Compiled by Robert J. Hughes. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Music Publishers / Publishing House, 1958. 49 p.
Western style songs, gospel songs in western style. Vol.3. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, nd.
* When the work's all done this fall. Arranged by Nick Manoloff. Chicago: M.M. Cole, 1933. 3 p.
"Freddie Owen and
Frankie More - 'The Log Cabin Boys'."
Wild West songs that you have never heard as sung by Rob Rue Rangers. Los Angeles: Langdon Photoprocesses, ?1936.
Wilf Carter Montana Slim 36 favorite songs. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1944.
Wilf Carter Montana Slim songs of the plains and Rockies. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1938. 35 songs.
* Wilf Carter's, the yodeling cowboy, cowboy songs. No.1. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1935. 50 p. 14 songs.
Columbia Network as Montana Slim."
* Wilf Carter's new cowboy songs. No.5. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1944. 33 p. 13 songs
as Montana Slim."
* Williams and Van Alstyne. Santa Fe song. New York; Detroit: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1910. 5 p.
* Williams, Aston "Deacon." Where the mountains meet the sky (I'm headin' for the blue horizon) / Aston Williams. New York: Republic Music, 1942. 3 p.
"Words and music by Aston "Deacon" Williams."
* Williams, Gene. Wyoming lullaby (go to sleep, my baby): founded on the popular waltz "Wyoming." Lyrics and music by Gene Williams. New York: M. Witmaker and Sons, 1920. 4 p. Copyright by Lawrence Wright Music Co., London, England.
* Williams, Hank. Cold, cold heart / Hank Williams. Nashville: Acuff-Rose, 1951. 3 p. Recorded for Columbia Records by Tony Bennett.
* Williams, Hank. Hey, good lookin' / Hank Williams. Nashville: Acuff-Rose, 1951. 3 p. Recorded for Columbia Records by Frankie Laine and Jo Stafford.
* Williams, Ted. Way out west: romantic musical comedy. Book by Carleton S. Hadley; music by Ted Williams. St. Louis, MO: Shattinger Piano and Music, 1934. 94 p. 14 songs.
"Broadcasting over Columbia Network as Montana Slim."
"With yodels; arranged for violin, piano and guitar."
"Victor Bluebird records."
"The story of Montana Slim (Wilf Carter)."
* Willing; Foy; Shepard, Riley; Creighton, Johnny. I trusted you; Hayes, Billy; Leeds, Milton; Carver, Zeb I wish you could love me (like I love you). New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1946. Special advance copy. 2 p. 2 songs.
* Wills, Bob. The new and original San Antonio Rose / Bob Wills. New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1940. 5 p.
"By Bob Wills."
* Wills, Bob; Walker, Cindy. Little cowboy lullaby / Bob Wills and Cindy Walker. Hollywood, CA: Bob Wills Music (Hill and Range Songs), 1948. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Bob Wills and Cindy Walker."
Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper song folio. Nashville: Acuff-Rose, c1949 Ill. 20 songs.
* Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper song folio. No.2 Nashville: Acuff-Rose, 1959. 47 p. Ill. 18 songs.
* Witmark's peaceful valley songs: containing original copyrighted hill-billy, cow boy, home, fireside, comedy, bum and other songs by Geo. B. McConnell, Dick Sanford and Frank Luther. New York: W. Witmark and Sons, 1934. 45 p. 20 songs.
Witt, Max S. My heart's tonight in Texas (by the silver Rio Grande) / Max S. Witt; lyrics by Robert F. Roden. np, 1900.
Wood, Will. Whoop 'er up / Will Wood. np, 1911.
Wood, Will. Let'er go / Will Wood. np, 1907.
Woody Wooddell and his Ridin' Rangers. np, nd.
* Woolsey, Mary; Sauer; Robert; Taggart, Milt. When it's springtime in the Rockies. Words by Mary Hale Woolsey; music by Robert Sauer and Milt Taggart. Special edition. San Francisco: Villa Moret Inc., 1929. 5 p.
"As featured by Rudy
Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees."
* Woolsey, Mary; Sauer; Robert; Taggart, Milt. When it's springtime in the Rockies: charming waltz song. San Francisco: Villa Moret Inc., 1929. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Mary Hale Woolsey, Robert Sauer, Milt Taggart."
* World's best cowboy songs. New York: Amsco Music Publishing, 1934. 96 p. 57 songs.
* World's best songs. Toronto: Song Hit Publishing, 194- 12 p.
* Wright, Don. Youthful voices: book two / Don Wright. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1949. 43 p. See: N.E. Pearson's "Red River Valley" p. 26; "Whoo-pee Ti-yi-yo" (Git Along Little Dogies) p.37.
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