100 Years Of Popular Music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1940s arranged for piano, voice and guitar, providing a fascinating insight into the music of the era. A listing of new inventions first seen during the 1940s is also included.
A Gal In Calico; A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening; A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square; All Of Sudden My Heart Sings; Almost Like Being In Love; The Anniversary Waltz; As Time Goes By; Be My Love; Bewitched; Blueberry Hill; Coming Home; Dance Ballerina Dance; Don't Fence Me In; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Down In The Glen; Dream; Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye; How About You; How Are Things In Glocca Morra?; How Can You Buy Killarney; How High The Moon; I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire; I Don't Want To Walk Without You; I Know Why And So Do You; I Love You For Sentimental Reasons; I Remember You; I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi Like You Very Much; I'll Be Seeing You; I'll Close My Eyes; I'll Make Up For Ev'rything; I'll Walk Alone; In The Mood; It Might As Well Be Spring (State Fair; I've Heard That Song Before; Laura; Let There Be Love; Lilli Marlene; Long Ago (And Far Away); Mam'selle; Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner; Mona Lisa; Moonlight Becomes You; The More I See You; My Foolish Heart; Near You; Now Is The Hour; Our Love Affair; Paper Doll; Pistol Mackin' Mama; Red Roses For A Blue Lady; Room Five-Hundred-And-Four; Sand In My Shoes; Scarlet Ribbons; Sentimental Journey; Taking A Chance On Love; Tangerine; Tenderly; That Lovely Weekend; That Lucky Old Sun; That Old Black Magic; The Gipsy; The Heather On The Hill; The Last Time I Saw Paris; The Nearness Of You; The Sea (La Mer); The Stars Will Remember; The Trolley Song; There Goes That Song Again; Time After Time; We'll Gather Lilacs; We'll Keep A Welcome; When You Wish Upon A Star; Whispering Grass; The White Cliffs Of Dover; Yes My Darling Daughter; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; You'll Never Know; Yours; You've Done Something To My Heart; Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.