Baritone Solo / Quartette - In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise / In Grandma's Day flac album
Title: In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise / In Grandma's Day
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Written-By – Armstrong, Gerard. B. In The Evening By The Moonlight. Companies, etc. Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co. Of Canada Limited.
ight/ To have a little fun Then my daddy used to take his fiddle down That hung upon the wall While the silvery moon was shining clear and bright How the folks would enjoy it They would sit all night and listen As we used to sing in the evening by the moonlight. In the evening by the moonlight You could hear banjos ringing You could hear them by the moonlight You could hear my folks all singing How my mother she would enjoy it She would sit all night and listen As we sang in the evening by the moolight oh yeah.
Valentine's Day Songs. Traditional Words and Music By: James A. Bland. In the evening by the moonlight, You could hear the people singing, In the evening by the moonlight, You could hear those banjos ringing. How the old folks would enjoy it, They would sit all night and listen, As we sang in the evening by the moonlight.
Present-day English 1800-present. Victorians 1833-1903. 1In de ebening by de moonlight when dis darkie's work was over, 2We would gather round de fire, 'till hoecake it was done. 17In de ebening by de moonlight when de watchdog would be sleeping, 18In de corner near de fireplace, beside de ole armchair, 19What Aunt Chloe used to sit and tell de Piccaninnies stories, 20And de cabin would be fill'd wid merry coons from near and far
In the evening When the day is done I'm looking for a woman But the girl don't come So don't let her Play you for a fool She don't show no pity baby She don't make no rules. Oh, oh, I need your love I need your love Oh, I need your love I just got to have. So don't you let her Oh, get under your skin It's only bad luck and trouble From the day that you begin I hear you crying in the darkness Don't ask nobody's help Ain't no pockets full of mercy baby Because you can only blame yourself.
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The skirts of my mother. That brush by the door, The crick in the boards, And the creek of the chairs, The fluttering murmurs. At one of his jests, The clashing of dishes. As dinner goes in, The babble of voices. That distance makes thin, The mewing of cats. That seem just by my ear, The hooting of owls. That can never seem near
National Grandparents Day is a secular holiday celebrated in various countries, with official recognition in some, and occurring on various days of the year, either as one holiday or sometimes as a separate Grandmothers' Day and Grandfathers' Day (see below for dates by country).
|A||–Unknown Artist||In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise|
|B||–Unknown Artist||In Grandma's Day|
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Columbia Quartette (tracks: B), Frank C. Stanley (tracks: A)
NotesA side recorded New York, NY, between 1906 and 1910.
B side recorded New York, NY, ca. 1908.
Same as Columbia A622 and Standard A622.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): 3521
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 3964
|3521||Frank C. Stanley||In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise (Shellac, 10", S/Sided, RE)||Silvertone||3521||US||1916|