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Andrew B. Sterling
Andrew B. Sterling (American songwriter)
Andrew B. Sterling (Amerikaans liedtekstschrijver (1874-1955))
Sterling, Andrew B.
Sterling, Andy
اندرو بی. استرلینگ
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Creation role: 
Related names: 
Favor, Edward M. (1856-1936)
Gaskin, George J.
Grossman, Bernie (1885-1951)
Ingraham, Herbert (1881-1910))
Lange, Arthur (1889-1956)
Macdonough, Harry (1871-1931)
Quinn, Dan W.
Solman, Alfred (1868-1937)
Von Tilzer, Harry (1872-1946)
Ward, Charles B.
20 all time hit paraders; [for] ukulele, with words and music [simplified arrangements with ukulele diagrams and finger positions by Henry Gass]
After the war is over
Ain't You Coming Out Malinda?
America he's for you
Andrew B. Sterling song hits, 195-:
ASCAP bio. dictionary of composers, etc., 1948:
Cerisier rose et pommier blanc
Down at the Old Bull and Bush
Edison sheet music collection
Gallagher you can't keep the Irish down
"Good-bye," that means you : little mother, may God send you back your boy
Hannah, won't you open that door
Just a letter for a boy over there from a grey-haired mother over here
Let's all do something : (Uncle Sammy wants us now)
Look out for the Irish to-night
Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis
Merrily we'll roll along
Mr. Johnson good night
My old New Hampshire home
On a Sunday afternoon
picture without a frame, A
Raus mit der Kaiser (he's in Dutch)
Strike up the band, here comes a sailor
Take me back to New York town
There'll be a hot time in the U. S. A. : when Yankee doodle marches through Berlin
Three Bars. Lorsque mon amour me sourit, 1955
Tri-chord piano old-time music;
Under the yum yum tree [SR] 1911:
Wait 'Till the Sun Shines, Nellie
We'll keep things going 'till the boys come home : won't we girls?
We're going o-v-e-r the top : and we'll be marching through Berlin in the morning
We're going over
When My Baby Smiles at Me
When the stars are all aglow.
Whoop her up! : (with a whoop, la! la!)
You 21 and you 53 : you both stand for liberty
You'll get all that's coming to you
You'll have to put him to sleep with the Marseillaise and wake him up with oo-la-la
Contributed to or performed: 
1904 St. Louis World's Fair: Meet Me At The Fair
Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis
Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis (Piano Roll)