Alice blue gown

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Title

Alice blue gown

I once had a gown that was almost new, Oh, the daintiest thing, it was sweet Alice Blue; With little forget-me-nots placed here and there, When I had it on, I walked on air,

In my sweet little Alice Blue Gown, When I first wandered down into town, I was both proud and shy, As I felt ev'ry eye, But in ev'ry shop window I'd primp, passing by; Then in manner of fashion I'd frown. And the world seem'd to smile all around, Till it wilted I wore it, I'll always adore it, My sweet little Alice Blue Gown.

Subject

Sheet music; Songs with piano

1910-1920

Creator

Tierney, Harry, 1890-1965

Publisher

New York : Leo. Feist, Inc.

University of Iowa Libraries. Rita Benton Music Library

Date

1919

Contributor

McCarthy, Joseph, 1885-1943

Rights

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