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20th century songs

There are 1097 songs beginning with the letter P, click on a title for further details:

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P'ra Que Discutir . W&M: A Oliveira, N Amaral., 
P. C. 1. 2. 3. - The Policeman Song - As performed by Billly Cotton Ralph Butler & Ronnie Munro, 
P.S. I Love You - Recorded by The Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 
P.S. I Love You - Song - Featuring Carole Carr Johnny Mercer & Gordon Jenkins, 
P.S. I Love You, featuring Syd Lipton, Lita Roza Johnny Mercer & Gordon Jenkins, 
Pa-Paya Mama - Recorded on H.M.V. BIO595 by Perry Como George Sandler, Larry Coleman & Norman Gimbel, 
Pablo the Dreamer (Adios Muchachos). Wartime Utility Copy Words and music - Roberto Lopez and julio Sanders, 
Pablo the Dreamer from "Together Again" Words and music - J Sanders, C F Vedani, R Lopez, 
Pack Clouds Away Words and music - A H Willink And T Heywood, 
Pack Clouds Away. Stainer & Bells Modern Songs. No. 14 Words and music - Thomas Heywood & Harold E Darke, 
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag - Song George Asaf and Felix Powell, 
Packing - Humorous song Rosalie Carter & Leedam Stanley, 
Paddle your own Canoe (A Darkey Ditty) - For Piano and Voice Edward Madden and Theodore Morse, 
Paddlin Madelin Home - Featuring Fred Barnes Harry Woods, 
Paddlin Madelin Home - Featuring Layton and Johnstone Harry Woods, 
Paddlin Madelin Home - Song Harry Woods, 
Paddling in the Stream - Song Howard Barnes and Felix King, 
Paddy - Janet Gaynor and Warner Baxter in "Paddy the Next Best Thing" L O'Keefe and L E DeFrancesco, 
Paddy McGinty's Goat - As performed by Val Doonican R P Weston, B Lee, The Two Bobs, 
Paddy Roberts Tries Again - For Voice, Piano or Guitar Paddy Roberts, 
Paddy The next best thing - song founded on the famous film - Featuring Mae Marsh P J OReilly and Raymond Loughborough, 
Padre - Recorded by Toni Arden on Brunswick Records, Recorded by Valerie Carr on Columbia Records and Recorded by Sarah Vaughan on Mercury Records Jacques Larue. Paul Francis Webster & Alain Romans, 
Padre - Song as performed by Valerie Carr, Toni Arden & Sarah Vaughan Alain Romans, Jacques Larue & Paul Francis Webster, 
Pagan Love Song - from "The Pagan" Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown, 
Pagan Love Song - from "The Pagan" - Featuring Esther Williams & Howard Keel Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown, 
Pagan Love Song - from "The Pagan" - Featuring Ramon Novarro Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown, 
Pagan Love Song - from "The Pagan" Featuring Ramon Navarro Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown, 
Pagan Moon - As performed by Debroy Somers Al Bryan, A Dubin and Joe Burke, 
Pagan Moon - As performed by Jack Hylton, Derickson & Brown Al Bryan, A Dubin and Joe Burke, 
Pagan Serenade Words and music - Jack Payne, Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly, 
Paint Your Wagon - Vocal Selection - Song Album from the 22 carat rip-roaring fun musical Frederick Loewe, Alan Jay Lerner, Paddy Chayefsky and Andre Previn, 
Paint Yourself a Rainbow - Donald Peers Carl Sigman and Peter De Rose, 
Painted Mem'ries - Featuring Leslie Uggams - Original Sheet Music Edition Ervin Drake, 
Painted, Tainted Rose - Recorded by Al Martino on Capitol - For Piano and Voice with chord symbols Peter DeAngelis and Jean Sawyer, 
Painter Man - Boney M K Pickett, E Phillips, 
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine - "The Gold Diggers of Broadway" Al Dubin and Joe J Burke, 
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine - From "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine" - Featuring Dennis Morgan, Virginia Mayo and Gene Nelson Al Dubin and Joe J Burke, 
Pal O' Mine - Recorded by Les Allen Les Allen, Moss Green & Fred Grundland, 
Pal O' Mine - Waltz Song - with Tonic Sol-Fa Will Poles, 
Pal O' My Yesterday - Frank Westfield Harold Dixon, 
Pal of Mine . W&M: B C Costello, J S Nathan, 
Pal of Mine - Song - Feldmans 6d Edition No. 72 Bartley C. Costello and J. S. Nathan, 
Pal of my Cradle Days - Song Marshall Montgomery & Al Piantadosi, 
Pal of my dreams - As performed by Jack Hylton, Miss Dorothy Ward Jos. Geo. Gilbert, 
Palace of Love - Featuring Michael Holliday Sid Tepper and Roy C Bennett, 
Pale Hands I Loved - Kashmiri song - Deanna Durbin in "Hers to Hold" L Hope and A Woodforde Finden, 
Pale Hands I Loved - Kashmiri song - Deanna Durbin in "Hers to Hold" - Key of C major for Medium voice L Hope and A Woodforde Finden, 
Pale Hands I Loved - Kashmiri song - Deanna Durbin in "Hers to Hold" - Key of D major for High voice L Hope and A Woodforde Finden, 
Pale Moon - An Indian Love Song - Key of A flat major for medium voice - Concert Edition J G M Glick and F K Logan, 
Pale Moon - An Indian Love Song - Key of B flat major for high voice - Concert Edition J G M Glick, F K Logan, 
Pale Volga Moon - Waltz Song Jack O'Hagan, 
Pally Alley . W&M: Don Pelosi, J Leach, 
Palmadas - Rumba - Creacion de Xavier Cugat - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols - Spanish Lyrics Catalino Rolon, 
Palms of Paradise: from "Typhoon" by F Loesser, F Hollander, 
Palmy Days - Song Fox Trot - Featured with Great Success by Frank Rea and his Broadcasting Band Edwin Greig, Edyth G. Dobinson and Will Love, 
Paloma Blanca - featuring Jonathan King, George Baker Selection J Bouwens, 
Paloma Blanca - featuring George Baker Selection J Bouwens, 
Pals (The 'Pals' song) - As performed by Joe Loss, Jeanette Adie Fred Prisker, David Cameron and Horatio Nicholls, 
Pals (The 'Pals' song) - Featuring Jeanette Adie Fred Prisker, David Cameron and Horatio Nicholls, 
Pals - Billy Cotton Peter Natley and Bill Craig, 
Pals - just pals . W&M: D Dreyer, H Ruby, 
Pals - Song in the key of A flat major for Low Voice F E Weatherly and W H Squire, 
Pals - Song in the key of B flat major for Higher voice F E Weatherly and W H Squire, 
Pals - Song Waltz - Sung and Broadcast by Elsie and Doris Waters - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols - Feldman's 6d edition No. 2362 Elsie and Doris Waters, Ukulele arranged by R. S. Stoddon , 
Pals of the Lonesome Trail - For Piano and Voice with Chord symbols Jimmy Miller and Art Noel, 
Pals of the Lonesome Trail - For Piano and Voice with Chord symbols - Featuring Bill Johnson Jimmy Miller and Art Noel, 
Pals of the Lonesome Trail - For Piano and Voice with Chord symbols - Featuring Jimmy Miller Jimmy Miller and Art Noel, 
Pam Poo Dey Words and music - S Miller, L Gaste, B Michel, 
Pamela Paul Graener, 
Pamela - Featuring Toto David Paich and Joseph Williams , 
Pamela, Pamela - Featuring Wayne Fontana Graham Gouldman, 
Pamelas Second Dance Album Including Little Sunshine, Our Nellies, Sunset, Little Black Coon, Sweet Faces and more, 
Pan In Piccadilly Words and music - Allan Thorpe and Dudley Glass, 
Panama (In Sunny Panama) - Featuring Reg. Wentworth Howard Flynn, 
Panama (In Sunny Panama) - Introduced and Sung by Little Emmie in Mdlle. Pauline Rivers' Revuette "The Rose of Happiness" at the Tower, Blackpool - For Piano and Voice - Osborne's Sixpenny Popular Edition No. 77 Howard Flynn, 
Panama - Spanish-American fox-trot song Eric Valentine & Robert Katscher, 
Panama Rumba - Harry Roy Edward J Lambert & Gerald Dolin, 
Panama Twilight - Song Wilber D'Lea & F Thompson, 
Panamercana. W&M: Victor Herbert,, 
Pancho The Cuban Heel Clive Erard and Frank Trefford, 
Panda Walk (Chin Chin) - The Latest Novelty Dance Craze with dance instructions Clemson and Valerie, 
Pandora's Box - O.M.D - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols O.M.D, 
Panis Angelicus (O Wond'rous Heavenly Bread) - Extrait de la Messe Solennelle - Key of F major Cesar Frank, 
Panis Angelicus (O Wond'rous Heavenly Bread) for Organ Cesar Frank, arranged by Henry Geehl, 
Panis Angelicus (O Wond'rous Heavenly Bread) - Extrait de la Messe Solennelle - For Bass or Contralto with Violin and Cello Obbligato Cesar Frank, 
Panpipes, magazine: Volume II number 5 Editor, Alec Rowley, 
Pansies Words and music - Edgar Leslie and Horatio Nicholls, arranged for banjulele by Albvin D Keech, 
Pansies - Song - Based on Elgar's Salut D'Amour - Key of E flat major for Low Voice Edward Elgar and Percy Pinkerton, 
Pansies - Song - Based on Elgar's Salut D'Amour - Key of F major for High Voice Edward Elgar and Percy Pinkerton, 
Pansies - Song - Based on Elgar's Salut D'Amour - Key of G major for Medium Voice Edward Elgar and Percy Pinkerton, 
Pansy Faces H.B. Smith & W.H. Penn, 
Pantomime Pie - Piano Selection with Ukulele chord symbol accompaniment Various Composers, arranged by Reg Connelly, 
Pantomime Plums - Selection of Popular Successes - Arraanged for Pianoforte - Sixpenny Popular Edition No. 1080 Henry E. Pethaer, 
Pantomime! - Song Tom Harrison and Donald Phillips, 
Papa Bear - Featuring Keith Harling Keith Harling, 
Papa Loves Mama (Papa Aime Maman) - Song - Featuring Joan, Donna & Dusty Regan Robert Chabrier, Jo Moutet & Paddy Roberts, 
Papa Loves Mama: Donald Peers Words and music - R Chabrier, P Roberts, J Moutet, 
Papa Loves Mambo as performed by Perry Como - Featuring Lana Turner and Richardo Montalban Al Hoffman, Dick Manning and Bix Reichner, 
Papa Niccolini (The Happy Cobbler): Jack Payne, Eric Winstone, Henry Hall A J Edwards and D George, 
Papa Won't You Dance With Me - from "High Button Shoes" Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne, S Longstreet, 
Paper Cup Words and music - Jimmy Webb, 
Paper Doll: George Elrick, Joe Loss, Don Estelle and Windsor Davies Words and music - J Black, 
Paper Kisses - featuring Alma Cogan John Jerome, 
Paper Mache - Dionne Warwick Hal David and Burt Bacharach, 
Paper Roses - Featuring Anita Bryant Fred Spielman and Janice Torre, 
Paper Roses - Sung by Marie Osmond and The Kaye Sisters Fred Spielman and Janice Torre, 
Paper Valentine Words and music - Dave Coleman, 
Paperback Writer - The Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 
Papers - From the London Weekend Television Series "Hot Metal" Alan Price, 
Papers - From the T.V. Series "Hot Metal" Alan Price, 
Papers! . W&M: F C Gillespie, 
Parade of Hit Songs No. 2 Various Composers, 
Parade of Hit Songs No. 3 Various Composers, 
Parade of Party Songs Various Composers, 
Parade of Popular Hits - A Reader's Digest Songbook - For Voice & Piano with chords Various composers, arranged by Dan Fox, 
Parade of the Minutes . W&M: Erell Reaves, Sherman Myers, 
Paradiddle Joe - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols Johnny Morris, Jerry Pugsley and Fred Parries, 
Paradise (Island Of Dreams). Milton Sills Words and music - Guy K Austin and Hubert W David, 
Paradise - Featuring John Anderson - Original Sheet Music Edition Bob McDill and Roger Murrah, 
Paradise - from the film 'A Woman Commands' - Pola Negri Nacio Herb Brown & Gordon Clifford , 
Paradise - Recorded by John Anderson - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Bob McDill and Roger Murrah, 
Paradise in Waltz Time: from Champagne Waltz (b/w photo of Fred MacMurray, Gladys Swarthout) . W&M: Sam Coslow, Frederick Hollander, 
Paradise Lost. The Herb Words and music - Howard Blaikley, 
Paradise Street - featuring Max Bygraves Billy "Uke" Scott, 
Paradise Tonight - Featuring Charly McClain and Mickey Gilley Mark Wright and Bill Kenner, 
Paradise Valley . W&M: N Kenny, C Kenny, 
Paradise, in "A Woman Commands" - as performed by Eve Boswell, Frank Ifield Gordon Clifford and Nacio Herb Brown, 
Paramount Pictures Songs and Stars of the Silver Screen - Containing Life Stories, Photographs and candid shots behind the scenes of your favourite stars - Full Words, Music, Tonic Sol-fa, Acc. for Ukulele, Banjo and Piano Accordion Various Composers, 
Paramount Pictures Songs and Stars of the Silver Screen, contains photos of many stars and biographies of Claudette Colbert, Fred Macmurray, Carole Lombard & Bing Crosby
Paranoid Android - Recorded by Radio Head Thomas Yorke, Jonathan Greenwood, Philip Selway, Colin Greenwood and Edward O'Brien, 
Pardon Me Pretty Baby - Betty Warren in "On with the Show" Betty Warren R Klages, J Meskill and Vincent Rose, 
Pardon Me, Gotta Go Mambo Co Starring Janet Blair Words and music - Matty Malneck and Eve Marley, 
Pardon my Asking (La Chanson) - Recorded on Decca by The Farrells Raymond Mamoudy, L White, L Sanderson & Armand Gomez, 
Pardon my Intrusion (Je Tir Ma Reverence), Jean Sablon Words and music - Pascal Bastia (French) and Carl Routledge (English), 
Pardon Us Gracious Lord, Aria for contralto, from Cantata No.144, W&M. J S Bach, Edited by J Michael Diack, , 
Paree Words and music - L Boyer, J-Charles and J Padilla, 
Paree (English Version of "Ca C'est Paris") - From "Moulin Rouge" - Featuring Lyne Clevers English Lyric by Hake P. Jordan, Music by Jose' Padilla, 
Paree (That's the Place for Me) - Song Featuring Whit Cunliffe A J Mills, Bennett Scott, 
Paree featuring Lyne Clevers Jose Padilla, 
Parfums D'Ete . W&M: L De Mauny, 
Paris in my Heart - from film "The Lisbon Story" H Purcell, H Parr Davies, 
Paris In My Heart, from The Lisbon Story. Wartime Utility Copy Words and music - Harold Purcell and Harry Parr Davies, 
Paris Is Paris Again Eric Maschwitz & George Posford, 
Paris Loves Lovers, from the musical comedy "Silk Stockings" Cole Porter, 
Paris was made for lovers Words and music - Michel Legrand and Hal Shaper, 
Paris-Lyon-Mediterranee - De L'Operette "P. L. M." - For Piano and Voice - French Edition RIP and H. Christine, 
Parisian Pierrot Noel Coward, 
Parisiana; graceful dance . W&M: L Gautier, 
Park Yourself Close to Me, sung by Miss Ella Shields. Roland's Pianoforte Tutor No. 2063 Words and music - Howard Flynn and Ralph Butler, 
Parkin' in the Moonlight - Played and Broadcast by Maurice Winnick - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols Charlie Tobias, Charlie O'Flynn and Peter De Rose, 
Parking Meter - For Piano and Voice Alice Dorf and Edythe Lake arranged by Chris Langdon, 
Parle Moi Jean Lenoir, 
Parle-moi fleur d'amour - La Valse creee par Damia dans le tableau des Anemones de la revue nouvelle du Concert Mayol - For Piano and Voice - French Edition Leo Lelievre H. Varna, Fernand Rouvray and Rene Mercier, 
Parlez-Vous Francais? - For Piano and Voice Peter Herz, Dion Titheradge and Theodor Wottitz, 
Parson and Me - Key of E Flat Major Herbert J. Brandon & Claude Arundale, 
Part of me from Gustav Wally's "Serenade" L Lajtai and E Maschwitz, 
Part of me, Part of you - Featuring Glenn Frey - Soundtrack from "Thelma and Louise" Jack Tempchin and Glenn Frey, 
Part of the Union - Performed by Strawbs John Ford and Richard Hudson, 
Part Time Love - Elton John Elton John and Garry Osborne, 
Part Time Love - Featuring Gladys Knight and the Pips David Gates, 
Part Time Lover - From the motion picture "Above The Rim" - Piano/vocal/Guitar Devante Swing and Darryl Pearson, 
Part-time lover - Song - Featuring Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder, 
Parted - Song - In the key of F major for higher voice Fred E Weatherly and F Paolo Tosti, 
Parted - Song - With Violin Ad Libitum - In the key of A flat major Fred E Weatherly and F Paolo Tosti, 
Parted - Song - With Violin ad Libitum - In the key of B flat major for low voice Fred E Weatherly and F Paolo Tosti, 
Parted - Song - With Violin ad Libitum - In the Key of F major for high voice Fred E Weatherly and F Paolo Tosti, 
Parted - Song - With Violin ad Libitum - In the key of G major Fred E Weatherly and F Paolo Tosti, 
Parting - Encore song No. 1, in D major Ronald Harvey & P. J. O'Reilly, 
Parting no more Words and music - Harold Simpson and Tito Mattei, 
Parting Time, No2 in C, W&M. E Teschemacher, F Paolo Tosti,, 
Partners - From the United Artists Film "Hello! Beautiful" Kim Gannon and Jule Styne, 
Party Down (from the motion picture "Witness") - Featuring Harrison Ford Scott Shelly and Alan Brackett, 
Party Lights - Featuring Natalie Cole Tennyson Stephens, 
Party Time - The King Brothers J Sheldon & H Lane, 
Party. Elvis Presley in Loving You Words and music - Jessie Mae Robinson, 
Pas De Deux from "Don Quixote" Louis Minkus, 
Pas De Deux from Le Petit Trianon Words and music - H Rigaud, 
Pasadena - An American Love Song - Featuring Dorothy Ward, Florrie Forde, The Temperance seven Grant Clarke, Edgar Leslie and Harry Warren, 
Pasadena - featuring The Temperance Seven Grant Clarke, Edgar Leslie and Harry Warren, 
Pass me by - Song - From the film Father Goose - Cary Grant and Leslie Caron Cy Coleman, C Leigh, 
Pass that Peace Pipe - From the MGM Picture "Good News" - Featuring June Allyson and Peter Lawford Roger Edens, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, 
Pass The Biscuits Mirandy Del Porter & Carl Hoefle, 
Pass the Dutchie - Musical Youth Jackie Mittoo, Lloyd Ferguson & Fitzroy Simpson, 
Pass, Everyman! - Song - In the key of A major for medium voice Edward Lockton and Wilfrid Sanderson, 
Pass, Everyman! - Song - In the key of B flat major for high voice Edward Lockton and Wilfrid Sanderson, 
Pass, Everyman! - Song - In the key of G major for low voice Edward Lockton and Wilfrid Sanderson, 
Passenger - Recorded by Elton John Elton John, Bernie Taupin, Davey Johnstone and Phineas McHize, 
Passers By Words and music - Fred Gibson, 
Passing By - Song - In the key of A flat major for medium voice Herrick & Edward C Purcell, 
Passing By - Song - In the Key of A major Herrick & Edward C Purcell, 
Passing By - Song - In the key of B flat major for high voice Herrick & Edward C Purcell, 
Passing By - Song - In the Key of F major for Low voice Herrick & Edward C Purcell, 
Passing By - Song - In the key of G major Herrick & Edward C Purcell, 
Passing Fancy - Song featuring Vic Lewis Bob Hilliard and Dorothy Mann, 
Passing of Salome - Waltz Archibald Joyce, 
Passing of the Regiments - March Pot Pourri Aubrey Winter, 
Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan, Billy Eckstine Mel Mitchell, Rita Mann, 
Passing. From Four Love Lyrics Words and music - P Wheeler and E Lonsdale, 
Passion - Rod Stewart R Stewart, P Chen, J Cregan, G Grainger, K Savigar, 
Passion and Glory - Lent and Easter Classics for Easy Piano Various composers, arranged by Bill Boyd, 
Passion Flowers - Song Adrian Ross and Nat D Ayer, 
Passion Flowers - Song - Featuring Miss Jose Collins Adrian Ross and Nat D Ayer, 
Passionate Friend: The Teardrop Explodes J Cope, 
Passione - Valse Intermezzo Virgilio Ranzato, 
Passionetta - Sung by Miss Lily Morris - Feldmans 6d edition No. 1413 Mort Dixon and Ernest Breuer, 
Passionnement - Chanson A. Deligny and Naudin - W., 
Pastels, five songs, The wind from the sea, Sing no more, Love in the woods, Love is a sickness & Small white cloud, by Landon Ronald., 
Pastoral Poesia Popular, Op10 No.1, Cinco Cancoes portuguezas para canto e piano Words and music - J V da Motta, 
Patches Words and music - Larry Kolber and Barry Mann, 
Patches & Powder - A Cycle of Four Songs Harold Simpson and Vincent Thomas, 
Patches - Fox-Trot song - Le Grand Succes de Rose Amy - For Piano and Voice with English and French lyrics - French Edition J. Will Callahan and Lee. S. Roberts, French lyrics by Battaille-Henri, 
Patents, Humorous song, Barclay Gammon, W&M.Clifford Grey & Reg Low, , 
Path Across The Hillside Words and music - B Cropper, 
Patience - Famous Numbers from Act 1 - The Immortal Gilbert and Sullivan Operas - Part 15 - Containing the stories of the plays and the words and music of famous numbers in part form Gilbert and Sullivan, 
Patience - Famous Numbers from Act 2 - The Immortal Gilbert and Sullivan Operas - Part 16 - Containing the stories of the plays and the words and music of famous numbers in part form Gilbert and Sullivan, 
Patience and Fortitude - For Piano and Voice with chord symbols - As recorded by the Andrews Sisters - Professional Copy Blackie Warren and Billy Moore Jr., 
Patience and Fortitude - The Andrews Sisters B Warren and B Moore, 
Patiently Smiling - from "The Land of Smiles" H Graham, V Leon, L Herzer, F Lohner, 
Patricia Benny Davis, 
Patricia, It's Patricia - Song - Featuring Perez Prado Bob Marcus and Perez Prado, 
Patsy Fagan - Song - Featuring Martin Crosbie Thomas P Keenan, 
Patsy Fagan, (A Dacent Irish Boy) - Featuring the Four Ramblers Thomas P Keenan, 
Paul Anka - Souvenir Album - Contains words and music of his hit songs also new photographs and life story Paul Anka, 
Paul McCartney Composer/Artist. Including original Line Drawings by Paul Mccartney Paul McCartney, 
Paul Simon Graceland - Album of Songs Paul Simon, transcribed by John Curtin, 
Paul Simon song album Armistice Day, Congratulations, Duncan, Everything put together falls apart, Hobos blues, Me and Julio down by the school yard, Mother and child reunion, Papa Hobo, Paranoia blues, Peace like a river, Run that body down, 
Paul Simon Song Book - No. 2 Paul Simon, 
Paul Simon, New Songs, songs from 3 albums, Paul Simon, There goes rhymin Simon, Still crazy after all these years Mother and child reunion, Everything put together falls apart, Duncan, Kodachrome, Learn how to fall, Loves me like a rock, Gone at last, Have a good time, Night game & many more, 
Paula - Valse Caprice for Piano Solo - Dedicated to Miss Paula Edwardes C. Folsom Salisbury, 
Paulette - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols- Professional Copy Harry S. Pepper, 
Pauline, valse featured in The Tower, Blackpool George Ess, 
Pavements of Paris - (Sur le Pave) from the Gala Cameo Poly film "Henriette" Sydney Arthur, Sonny Miller, Georges Auric, 
Pavola (Fete Russe) . W&M: C.Andre, 
Pay to the Piper - Recorded by The Chairman of the Board on Invictus - For Piano and Voice with Chord symbols Norman Johnson, Greg Perry, Ronal Dunbar and ANgelo Bond, 
Pays de Reve (Dreamland) - Melodie-Shimmy for Piano and Voice - French Edition Jacques Charles, L. Jean Boyer and Maurice Yvain, 
Peace and Rest . W&M: G L Luckie, R Batten, 
Peace Brother Peace - Featuring Bill Medley Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, 
Peace In Our Time Words and music - Murray Browne, 
Peace of Mind - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols James Dyrenforth and Caroll Gibbons, 
Peaceful Valley. W&M: W Robinson., 
Peaceland - No. 1060 - Grand Selection of the most Popular Successes with Tonic Solfa Various Composers, Arranged by R. S. Stoddon, 
Pearl is a singer, Elkie Brooks Words and music - Ralph Dino, John Sembello, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoler, 
Pearl of Malabar - Song in key of C - From ''On With the Show'' Horation Nicholls and Ray Morelle, 
Pearl of Sweet Ceylon - Song In the key of A Major for low voice - From the musical play "The Cingalee" Adrian Ross and Lionel Monckton, 
Pecche? . W&M: G E Pennino, C De Flaviis, 
Pedro The Fisherman - Song from 'The Lisbon Story' Harry Parr-Davies and Harold Purcell, 
Peek a Boo - New Vaudeville Band Geoff Stephens and J Carter, 
Peep O Morn Words and music - Edward Lockton and T C Sterndale Bennett, 
Peeping Tom - from the motion picture "The Last Dragon" Rockwell, Janet Cole and Antoine Greene, 
Peg Away - Song - In the key of E flat major - Dedicated to Thomas George Nicholson Fred E Weatherley and Frederick Bevan, 
Peg Away - Song - In the key of F major - Dedicated to Thomas George Nicholson Fred E Weatherley and Frederick Bevan, 
Peg O My Heart - As performed by Hutch, Geraldo, The Radio Revellers Alfred Bryan and Fred Fischer, 
Peg O My Heart - Featuring Laurette Taylor as "Peg" in "Peg O My Heart" Alfred Bryan and Fred Fischer, 
Peg O' My Heart - Song - Featuring Evie Greene Alfred Bryan and Fred Fischer, 
Peg O' My Heart - Song - Featuring Laurette Taylor Alfred Bryan and Fred Fischer, 
Peg O' my heart, from "Oh you beautiful Doll" with June Haver and Mark Stevens Alfred Bryan and Fred Fischer, 
Peggy Words and music - Alan Ramsay and Alfred Pratt, 
Peggy Lee - Album, with Photographs and Story. Various Composers, 
Peggy Malone Words and music - Clifton Bingham and H Trotere, 
Peggy O'Neil - Featuring Dorothy Ward - For Piano and Voice Harry Pease, Ed G Nelson & Gilbert Dodge, 
Peggy O'Neil - Featuring Jane Ayr - For Piano and Voice Harry Pease, Ed G Nelson & Gilbert Dodge, 
Peggy's Little Way - Song In the Key of D Major for Medium Voice Herbert J. Brandon and Claude Arundale, 
Pele-Mele . W&M: A Napoleao, 
Penelope Jane - Featuring The Tanner Sisters G Parsons, G Rees, 
Penelope; or, The Pierrot on the Portobello Pier Paul Mill & J. Michael Watson, 
Pennies from Heaven - Featuring Bing Crosby John Burke and Arthur Johnston, 
Pennies from Heaven - Featuring Bob Hoskins and Cheryl Campbell - The Best Love Songs and Melodies Featured in the BBC TV Serial Various Composers, 
Pennies from Heaven - Song John Burke and Arthur Johnston, 
Pennies from Heaven - Song - Advanced Artist Copy John Burke and Arthur Johnston, 
Pennies from Heaven - Songs as featured in the BBC TV Series - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Pennsylvania Polka - Song Lester Lee and Zeke Manners, 
Penny Lane - Featuring The Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 
Penny Lane - Featuring The Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad featuring Mantovani Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad featuring Geraldo Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad featuring Geraldo Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad featuring Guy Lombardo Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad featuring Joe Loss Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Penny Serenade - Tango Foxtrot Ballad featuring Monte Rey Hal Hallifax and Melle Weersma, 
Pensant amb tu - For Piano and Voice Emili Vendrell and Frederic Longas, 
Pense a ta Mere (Immer so Weiter) - Marche 6/8 Chantee par Albert Prejean du film "Rivaux de la Piste" - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols - French Edition Marc Hely, P. Colline and H. O. Borgmann, 
Pense a ta mere - Marche 6/8 chantee par Albert Prejean du film "Rivaux de la Piste" - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols - French Edition Marc Hely et P. Colline and H. O. Borgmann, 
Pensee . W&M: H.Dubois, 
Pensee D'Automne Words and music - Armand Silvestrie, J Massenet, 
Pensee DAutomne, an Autumn thought Words and music - Franees Bonner and J Massenet, 
Pensez A Mol . W&M: T.Oesten, 
Pensylvani-ah R P Weston and Bert Lee, 
Pentatonic Song Book Brian Brocklehurst, 
People - Barara Streisand in 'Funny Girl' Julie Styne, B Merrill, 
People in Love - Featuring 10cc Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman, 
People in love, Stewart Granger and Edwige Feuillere Words and music - Lambert Williamson and Harold Purcell, 
People Like You - Theme from the BBC Television Series "People" Simon May, 
People Like You And Me - From "Orchestra Wives" Mack Gordon and Harry Warren, 
People Like You and People Like Me - The Glitter Band Gerry Shephard, J Springate, 
People Moving on Up Words and music - Paul Heard and Mike Pickering, 
People of the South Wind - Recorded by Kansas on Kirshner Records Kerry Livgren, 
People Will Say We're In Love - From Oklahoma Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II, 
Pepita Eric Coates and D Furber, 
Pepita - A Spanish Romance - For Piano and Voice Kenneth North and N. Segurini, 
Peppermint Twist, Celentano e Joe Dee Words and music - J Deem H Glover, M del Prete and Pinchi, 
Perchance to Dream - Ivor Novello Ivor Novello, 
Perdido (Lost) - America's No. 1 Jive Hit - As Created by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra on H.M.V. Record B. 9305 Harry Lenk, Ervin Drake and Juan Tizol, 
Perfect - As Recorded by Fairground Attraction on RCA Records - For Piano and Voice with Guitar Chord symbols Mark E. Nevin, 
Perfect Gentlemen - Humorous Song Nelson Jackson, 
Perfect Moment, Martine McCutcheon, W&M. James Marr & Wendy Page, , 
Perfectly Marvellous from Cabaret Words and music - John Kander and Fred Ebb, 
Perfidia - Song Milton Leeds and Alberto Dominguez, 
Perfidia - Song - Featuring Jack Jackson Milton Leeds and Alberto Dominguez, 
Perfidia - Song - Featuring The Jackie Davies Vocal Instrumental Quartet Milton Leeds and Alberto Dominguez, 
Perfume of the past (Parfum du Passe) - Song version and Waltz - For Piano and Voice Ray Morelle and Edward Mayson, 
Perfume of the Past (parfum du Passe) - Song version and Waltz - For Piano and Voice Ray Morelle and Edward Mayson, 
Perfume of the Past - Featuring Herbert Cave in the Theatre Royal, Birmingham Ray Morelle and Edward Mayson, 
Perfume of the Past: Savoy Orpheans Ray Morelle and Edward Mayson, 
Perfume, Candy and Flowers - Featuring Michael Holliday Bob Merrill, 
Perhaps Words and music - Loren Palmer and H E Van Surdam, 
Perhaps - Sung by Deanna Durbin in the Universal Picture "Nice Girl?" Andreas de Segurola and Aldo Franchetti, 
Perhaps Love - Annie's Song - Featuring Placido Domingo and John Denver John Denver, 
Perhaps you'll think of Me - Song Valse with Ukulele Accompaniment - Featuring Florrie Forde Edgar Leslie and Billy Stone, 
Perhaps you'll think of Me - Song Valse with Ukulele Accompaniment - Featuring Fred Barnes Edgar Leslie and Billy Stone, 
Perhaps you'll think of Me - Song Valse with Ukulele Accompaniment - Featuring Gwladys Stanley in "Alladin" at the Theatre Royal, Leeds Edgar Leslie and Billy Stone, 
Perhaps you'll think of me - Song Valse with Ukulele Accompaniment - Featuring Layton & Johnstone E Leslie and B Stone, 
Perhaps you'll think of me - Song Valse with Ukulele Accompaniment - Featuring Stanley Browne & Stanley Vilven E Leslie and B Stone, 
Perhaps you'll think of me - Song Valse with Ukulele Accompaniment - Featuring Terry Wilson E Leslie and B Stone, 
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Quizas, Quizas, Quizas - Featuring Don Carlos Osvaldo Farres and Joe Davis, 
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Quizas, Quizas, Quizas as performed by - Don Kenito, Sam Browne Osvaldo Farres and Joe Davis, 
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Quizas, Quizas, Quizas as performed by Johnny Kerrison and his Cafe de Paris Samba Band Osvaldo Farres and Joe Davis, 
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Quizas, Quizas, Quizas as performed by Lee Lawrence Osvaldo Farres and Joe Davis, 
Perilous Ways Mordaunt Currie, Martin Shaw, 
Periodicals . W&M: F Cecil, G Squiers, 
Perkins - Two Little Songs - Dedicated to and Sung by Mme. Eva Scorey Eric Perkins and Christabel Wilkinson, 
Perles De Cristal . W&M: G Hamel, M Camia, 
Perry Merry Dixy - 106 Nursery and Infant Songs Old and New Selected, edited and arranged by John Horton, 
Perry Werry Winkle - Pi- Roe Dee Arthur Le Clerq, 
Persian Rosebud - Song Edgar Leslie & Horatio Nicholls, 
Persistent Serenader . W&M: Walter Collins, 
Personal Choice by Ewan MacColl of Scottish Folksongs and Ballads Alan MacLean, Eppie Morrie, Jamie Foyers, Mormond Braes, Scots wha hae, The Brewer Laddie, The Highland Balou, The working chap, Ye Jacobites by name & more, 
Personality (Patsy and Girls) - Song for Piano and Voice - From the Joe Weber musical farcical comedy "The Only Girl" staged by Fred G. Latham Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert, 
Personality (Un P'tit je n'sais quoi) - For Piano and Voice - French Edition Johnny Burke and Jimmy van heusen, adaption francaise de Rene Rouzaud, 
Personality - Song - Featuring Lloyd Price Harold Logan and Lloyd Price, 
Personality series, Donny! Includes photographs Contains Donna, Last of the red hot lovers, Lonely boy, Pretty blue eyes, Puppy love, Run to him, Take good care of my baby, A teenager in love, To run away and Why., 
Personally - Featuring Karla Bonoff Paul Kelly, 
Perversity - Valse Hesitation for Piano - French Edition Em. Doloire, 
Pescador D'Ajaccio . W&M: R Montrefer, M Raineri, 
Pescadore Addio L'Amore - For Piano and Voice - Creee par Tino Rossi - French Edition Jean Rodor and Vincent Scotto, 
Pet Me, Poppa - From the Samuel Goldwyn Motion Picture "Guys and Dolls" - Featuring Marlon Brando - Jean Simmons - Frank Sinatra - Vivian Blaine Frank Loesser , 
Pet of the Crew . W&M: A F Drake, E Carr Hardy, 
Pet Sounds - Featuring The Beach Boys - Piano - Vocal - Chords Various Composers, 
Pete Kellys Blues - Featuring Janet Leigh, Edmond O'Brien Sammy Cahn and Ray Heindorf, 
Peter and Wendy in Kensington Gardens, W&M. Max Kester & Alan Murray, , 
Peter Cornelius - Christmas Songs - For Low Voice - Peters Edition No. 3105bb - In English and German Peter Cornelius and Various Composers, 
Peter Maurice Super Song and Dance Album Contains: Gingham Gown, Tango Lady, Waves, Really Mine, She's a Good Good Girl, I'm Telling the World She's Mine, How Could I Be Lonely, Betch-ya, Don't Pose as a Saint, Panicky Pete the Pirate and Down Beside a Dutch Canal, 
Peter Pan I Love You Robert King and Ray Henderson, 
Peter Pan I Love You - from "Peter Pan" - Featuring Betty Bronson Robert King and Ray Henderson, 
Peter Pan, Theme from Walt Disney's "Peter Pan" Words and music - J Lawrence, V Young, 
Peter Peter Words and music - H Woods, J Campbell and R Connelly, 
Peter Peter - The Unique Fox Trot Melody Success Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly, 
Peter Rabbit - A Story with Music for Piano Ada Richter, 
Peter Snow (You Sin't Coming Home No More) - As sung by The Two Bobs - Francis, Day & Hunter Sixpenny Popular Edition No. 1559 R. P. Weston, Bert Lee and The Two Bobs, 
Peter the Ploughman Words and music - Edward Lockton and Arthur F Tate, 
Peter Warlocks Fancy By Peter Warlock, , 
Peter's wooden leg . W&M: C Murphy, W David, 
Peter, Paul and Mary - In the Wind - Songs for Voice, Piano & Guitar Tab - Featuring Peter, Paul and Mary Various Composers, 
Peter, Paul and Mary A Song Will Rise 8 Great Songs, 
Peter, Paul and Mary In Concert Various Composers, 
Peter, Paul and Mary On Tour Various Composers, 
Peter, Paul and Mary On Tour Various Composers, 
Peters & Lee Song Album. Contains: But I Do, By Your Side, Crying In The Rain, If, Never My LOve, Nevertheless, The Old Fashioned Way, Raining In My Heart, Send In The Clowns, So Sad The Sound Of Peace, Turn To Me, Until Its Time For You To Go, Welcome Home, You Belong To Me, 
Petite amie d'un Jour - 6/8 One-step Chante du film "Le Chant du Marin" - Creation Albert Prejean - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols - French Edition Serge Veber and Georges van Parys, 
Petite Marche. W&M: E.Benbow., 
Petite Suite Moderne: Piano F Rosse, 
Petite Tonkinoise from "My Chin Chin Lu" Scotto et Christine, 
Petites Roses (Kleine Rosen) Op10, with French & German text, by Hans A Cesek., 
Petrushka. W&M: B Rose, F Fisher., 
Petticoats of Portugal (rapariga do Partugal) - Featuring Ray Martin Michael Durso, Mel Mitchell, Murl Kahn, 
Phaedra Words and music - Gilbert Murray and Maurice Besly, 
Phantom Fleets Words and music - H.J.Brandon, A.Murray, 
Phantoms, A dream dance Words and music - Percy Elliott, 
Pharisee, a musical about Nicodemus Words and music - Roger Jones, with other words by Alison Fuggle and Charles Wesley, 
Phil Collins - Face Value - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chords Phil Collins, 
Phil Collins - Serious Hits Live! - For Voice and Piano with Guitar chord symbols Phil Collins and Various Composers, 
Phil Collins, Greatest Hits For All Keyboards, Contains, Against All Odds, All Of My Life, Another Day In Paradise, Colours, Do You Remember, Doesn't Anybody, Stay Together Anymore, Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away, Don't Lose My Number, Easy Lover, Father To Son, Find A Way To My Heart, Hand In Hand, Hang In Long Enough, Heat On The Street, I Don't Care Anymore, I Don't Wanna Know, I Missed Again, and many more,, 
Phil the Fluters Ball - Song W. P. French , 
Phil the Fluters Ball - Song in the key of C major W P French, 
Philadelphia Freedom, The Elton John Band Words and music - Elton John and Bernie Taupin, 
Philip Pfaff Carol Suite, Full Score, 
Phillis Words and music - Dr Arne, 
Philomel - from "Monsieur Beaucaire" - Key of A flat for medium voice Adrian Ross and Andre Messager, 
Philosophy - song David Emmell & Anon, 
Phones are Ringing all over Town - Featuring Martina McBride - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Marc Beeson, Kim Vassy and David Mackechwie, 
Photo and Song Album - 12 Full Size Photographs and 12 Song Hits of Famous Dance Band Leaders Various Composers, 
Phyllida - Song - In the key of A flat major for high voice Howard Fisher, 
Phyllida - Song - In the key of E flat major for low voice Howard Fisher, 
Phyllida - Song - In the key of F major for medium voice Howard Fisher, 
Phyllis, Short Encore Song Words and music - J J Gadwaladr and Charles Sampson, 
Physical Evidence (Theme) - Original Sheet Music Edition Henry Mancini, 
Pi-ann-a Rag - Sid Phillips Jimmy Lally, 
Piacer D Amor Gio Martini, 
Piaf - The Life and Music of Edith Piaf - In English & French with piano accompaniment and chord symbols - Featuring Edith Piaf Various Composers, 
Piana Anna - Featuring Joy Nichols Bobby Worth, Bob Wilkin & Art Czech, 
Pianissimo - Featuring Ken Dodd Jimmy Kennedy, Andre Tabet and Alex Alstone, 
Pianissimo - Featuring Ken Dodd, Ruby Murray Jimmy Kennedy, Alex Alstone, Andre Tabet, Alex Stone, 
Pianissimo - Professional Copy - With English and French lyrics Jimmy Kennedy, Alex Alstone, Andre Tabet, Alex Stone, 
Pianissimo - Ruby Murray Jimmy Kennedy, Andre Tabet and Alex Alstone, 
Piano and Vocal - 20 Smash Hit Waltzes Various Composers , 
Piano Chart Buskers BaIf, I believe in music, Rhinestone cowboy, Snowbird, Matchstalk men and matchstalk cats and dogs, Moody blue, Lucille, Mandy, On a little street in Singapore..., 
Piano Moods Jose Melis 9 Songs including, Daybreak, Invitation, Let Me Love You Tonight, Lilacs In The Rain and many more, 
Piano music The Red Lantern with Peking Opera singing (selected songs), special supplement to China Pictorial No.9 1968 I am filled with courage and strength, My spirit storms the sky, Hatred in my heart sprouts a hundredfold, 
Piano or Organ Book, Fifty Standards, Club Series Irving Berlin, 
Piano Pictures (For Those with Small Hands): Intermediate Grade piano. W&M: Gwenn Knight,, 
Piano Selection - From "Tails Up", Andre Charlot's successful producion at the Comedy Theatre J. Hastings Turner & Philip Braham arranged for piano by Dan Godfrey, 
Piano Selection - From Laddie Cliff and Firth Shephard's musical comedy "Dear Little Billie!" - Sung by Phyllis Monkman and Laddie Cliff Desmond Carter, H. B. Hedley and Jack Strachey, arranged for Piano by Domenico Savino, 
Piano Selection from "She Shall Have Music" - Featuring Jack Hylton Maurice Sigler, Al Goodheart and Al Hoffmann, arranged for piano by Ray Terry, 
Piano selection from the Bing Girls are There Words and music - Clifford Grey and Nat D Ayer, arranged by R S Stoddon, 
Piano Selection from the light Opera production "Tough at the Top" A P Herbert with and Vivian Ellis, 
Piano Selection from Walt Disney's Westward Ho the Wagons! - For Piano and Voice with Chord symbols Tom Blackburn, George Bruns, Fess Parker, Stan Jones, Gil George and Paul Smith arranged by Chris Langdon, 
Piano Selections from E. T. (The Extra-Terrestrial) - For Piano Solo - Music and Pictures from the Film with pictures John Williams, 
Pianoforte and Dance Annual No. 6 Various Composers, 
Pianoforte and Dance Annual No. 7 Various Composers, 
Pianologues No 2 Musical Speeches . W&M: Graham Squiers, Fred Cecil, 
Picador - The new Spanish one step Craze Ray Morelle and H Nicholls, 
Picador - The New Spanish One Step Craze Horatio Nicholls and Ray Morelle, 
Piccaninnies Heaven - Featured by Kate Smith in the Paramount Picture "Hello Everybody!" - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols Sam Coslow and Arthur Johnston, 
Piccaninnies Paradise, sung by Lee White & Clay Smith, W&M. Sam Ehrlich & Nat Osborne, , 
Piccolo Pete, Jack Hylton Words and music - Phil Baxter, 
Pick a Pocket or Two - from "Oliver" Lionel Bart, 
Pick a Pu - A Chinese vocal one-step Stanley J. Damerell, Robert Hargreaves & John Neat, 
Pick me a Rose - For Piano and Voice Stanley Murphy and Henry I. Marshall, 
Pick of the Pops - For all Chord Organs Various Composers/Artists, Arranged by Cecil Bolton and Jack Moore, 
Pick of the Pops ' 74 - For all Chord Organs Various Composers/Artists, 
Pick of the Pops ' 74 - For all Chord Organs Various Composers/Artists, 
Pick Up The Pieces - Featuring Hudson and Ford R Hudson and J Ford, 
Pick Yourself Up - Song Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern, 
Pickaninny Blues - Valse Lullaby - For Piano and Voice Harold G. Frost and F. Henri Klickmann, 
Pickin a Chicken - As performed by Don Smith, Eve Boswell Paddy Roberts, Derek Bernfield & Garfield De Mortimer, 
Pickin a Chicken, featuring Don Smith Paddy Roberts, Derek Bernfield & Garfield De Mortimer, 
Pickin' a Chicken - Featuring Eve Boswell Paddy Roberts, Derek Bernfield and Garfield De Mortimer, 
Picnic - Vocal Version of the Theme from the film - Featuring William Holden, Kim Novak and Rosalind Russell G W Duning, 
Pictures - Recorded by Atlanta on MCA Records Rex Gosdin and Carole Halupke, 
Pictures in Song for Schools and Colleges - Book 1 - 36 Songs Various Composers, edited and Arranged by Robert McLeod, 
Pictures in the Fire Words and music - Paul Boyle and Franz Vienna, 
Pictures in the Sky: Medicine Head Words and music - J Fiddler, 
Pie Jesu, Andrew Lloyd Webber,, 
Piece of the Action - Bucks Fizz Andy Hill, 
Pierrette - Song for Voice and Piano - Sung by Miss Venie Clements Fred W. Leigh and Henry E. Pether, 
Pierrot Land - Humorous Song Arnold Nickson, 
Pierrot's Serenade - Song No. 3 in Key of G for High Voice Gwyn St. Elwyn, 
Pig Foot Pete - From the Universal Picture "Keep 'Em Flying" Don Raye and Gene de Paul, 
Pig Foot pete - From the Universal Picture "Keep 'Em Flying" starring Abbott and Costello, Martha Raye, Dick Foran and Carol Bruce - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols Don Raye and Gene de Paul, 
Pig-Tail Alley - Sung by Betty Chester in the "Co-Optimists" at His Majesty's Theatre Eric Little, 
Pigalle - from 'Follies Bergere' featuring Francoise Flore Georges Ulmer and Geo Koger and Charles Newman, 
Piggesnie - C16th words - Key of E major for Lower Voice (Compass B-E) Peter Warlock, 
Piggesnie - C16th words - Key of G major for Higher Voice (Compass D-G) Peter Warlock, 
Pilgrim Song Words and music - John Bunyan and Herbert Poppie, 
Pilgrims of the Night - Sacred Song - Dedicated to Miss Ruth Evans - Paxton edition No. 148 The Rev. F. Faber D. D., 
Pillar of Fire Praises, 134 Bible songs A charge to keep, Am I a soldier, Praise O Praise his name, He touched me, Fathers Letter, Bound for heaven, If you want pardon, Im glad I came home, Living in the sunshine, Nearer My God to Thee, O for a faith, Tell the sweet story & more, 
Pillicock Hill . W&M: Herbert Asquith, Alec Rowley, 
Pin Striped Pants (and cut away coat) - Paul Adam Ray Gilbert and Bob Russell, 
Pinball - Recorded by Brian Protheroe on Chrysalis CHS 2043 Brian Protheroe, 
Pinball Wizard/See Me, Feel Me - from the Rock Opera "Tommy" - Featuring The Who Pete Townsend, 
Pine Tree Pine over me - featuring Joan Regan and Dickie Valentine Roy Jordan, Sid Bass and Jimmy Brewster, 
Piney Ridge - For Piano and Voice Ballard MacDonald and Halsey K. Mohr, 
Piney Ridge, The Two Rascals and Jacobson, by Ballard Macdonald & Halsey K Mohr., 
Pink Champagne - Featuring Pearl Carr Robert Wright and George Forrest, 
Pink Champagne: Stanley Black Words and music - R Wright and G Forrest, 
Pink Elephants Mort Dixon and Harry Woods, 
Pink Floyd The Wall, with illustrations and Photos, Contains, In The Flesh, The Thin Ice, Another Brick In The Wall Part 1, The Happiest Day Of Our Lives, Another Brick In The Wall Part 2, Mother, Goodbye Blue Sky, Empty Spaces, Young Lust, One Of My Turns, Don't Leave Me Now, Another Brick In The Wall Part 3, Goodbye Cruel World, Hey You, Is There Anybody Out There, Nobody Home, Vera, Bring The Boys Back Home, Comfortably Numb and many more,, 
Pink Floyd, Animals, plus photos, The Event, The Music, Pigs On The Wing One Dogs, Pigs (Three Different Ones), Sheep, Pigs On The Wing Two, The Rehearsal,, 
Pink Shoe Laces - Featuring Dodie Stevens Mickie Grant, 
Pink Sunshine - We've got a Fizzbox and we're gonna use it! - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols Jo Dunne, Maggie Dunne, Vickie Perks and Liam Sternberg, 
Pink Sweater Angel - Song - Featuring Johnny Ray Aaron Schroeder and Guy Wood, 
Pinocchio - For Piano and Voice with chord symbols Chandler, Huia and Littin, 
Pins and Needles - Recorded on MCA Records by The Whites Rick Carnes, Janis Carnes & Chip Hardy, 
Pioave Words and music - Modugno Verde and D Modugno, 
Pipes of Peace - Paul McCartney Paul McCartney, 
Pipes of Peace - Paul McCartney - For Piano and Voice with Guitar Chord boxes Paul McCartney, 
Piquante - Mazurka de salon . W&M: Willem Vandervell, 
Pirate Dreams Words and music - Charles Huerter and Louise Ayres Garnett, 
Pistol Packin Mama - Wartime Utility Copy Al Dexter, 
Pitie (Pity me), W&M. N R Bakaleinikow, A Danerty,, 
Pixies Ballet . W&M: A L Brown, 
Pizzicati Words and music - Delibes. Arranged by Victor Ambroise, 
Pizzicato Polka . W&M: J & J Strauss, 
Places that Belong to You - From the Film 'The Prince of Tides' James Newton Howard, 
Plain Country Rose - Song Eugene West and Irvine & Jack Kaufman, 
Plain Country Rose - Song featuring Irvine & Jack Kaufman Eugene West and Irvine & Jack Kaufman, 
Plain We Live from: "Plain and Fancy". W&M: A Horwitt, A Hague,, 
Plaisir d'amour (Fleeting love) - French song in the key of F Major for piano and voice with guitar symbols Florian, G. P. Martini with English words by Helen Taylor and revised by Henry Geehl, 
Plaisir d'amour (Piacer d'amor / Der Liebe Freund) - Song Jean Martini, 
Plaisir D'Amour (sweet joys of love) - For Piano and Voice King Palmer and G. Martini, 
Plaisir D'Amour (The Joys of Love) - Song G Martini, arrangement and Lyric by Frank Walsh, 
Plaisir D'Amour (The Joys of Love) - Song - Introduced in the RKO Radio Picture 'Love Affair' starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer G Martini, arrangement and Lyric by Florian, 
Plaisir d'Amour (The Joys Of Love) Song with piano accompaniment G B Martini, 
Plaisir d'Amour - Songs of Love - French and English Lyrics Various Composers, 
Plantation Blues - Slow fox-trot song - Professional copy Lawrence Salmon, 
Plantation Songs, First selection, arranged for baritone solo with chorus of mens voices, Arranged by Stanford Robinson, , 
Planting Rice Words and music - Frank and Madeleine Smith and Ian Ross, 
Play a Simple Melody as performed by The Felix King Orchestra Irving Berlin, 
Play fiddle play, vocal waltz featured by Henry Hall Jack Lawrence, Emery Deutsch and Arthur Altman, 
Play Gershwin - Clarinet, Trumpet or Saxophone - Solos for B flat/ E flat Instruments with Piano accompaniment George Gershwin, 
Play Gipsy Play! - From the Operette "Maritza" J. Brammer and Alfred Grunwald, Emmerich Kalman, 
Play Gypsies Dance Gypsies, from Countess Maritza Harry B Smith & Emmerich Kalman, ukelele arrangement by May Singh Breen., 
Play Hurdy Gurdy Play, Cyril Stapleton Words and music - Al Harvey and Freddy Grant, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - A Must for Buskers - 38 songs Various Composers, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - No. 1. - A Must for Buskers - 80 pages of Songs containing Melody, Lyrics and Chords Various Composers, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - No. 3. - A Must for Buskers - 80 pages of songs Various Composers, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - No. 4. - A Must for Buskers - 80 pages of songs Various Composers, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - No. 5. - A Must for Buskers - 80 pages of songs Various Composers, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - No. 6. - A Must for Buskers - 80 pages of songs Various Composers, 
Play It Again and Again And Again - No. 7. - A Must for Buskers - 80 pages of songs Various Composers, 
Play it again and again and again, a must for buskers The Blue Room, Dancing in the Dark, How high the moon, A Kiss in the Dark, The Lady is a Tramp, The Man I Love, Route 66, Tea for Two, You do something to me and more, 
Play it again Waltz Words and music - Alan Macey, 
Play it again, Sam Words and music - Hal Hackady and Larry Grossman, 
Play It. Mai Bacon Words and music - Graham John and Max Darewski, 
Play me a Hurtin' Tune - Featured and Broadcast by Margery Manners Sylvia Dee and Sid Lippman, 
Play Me a Jazz Band Tune Clay Smith, R P Weston Bert Lee, 
Play Me A Tune Words and music - Rupert Hall , 
Play me hearts and flowers (I wanna cry) - Johnny Desmond Mann Curtis and Sanford Green, 
Play me Like You Play Your Guitar - Featuring Duane Eddy Keith Potger & Tony Macaulay, 
Play me Slow Milt Hagen and Charles O'Flynn, 
Play me some music for crying - Recorded and Broadcast by Maxine Daniels with Denny Boyce and his Orchestra - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs, 
Play piano with The Beatles, book and CD, 8 full tracks & 8 backing tracks All you need is love, Hello Goodbye, Penny Lane, The Fool on the Hill & more, 
Play Romantic Germany - The Faber Easy-Play Keyboard Series Various Composers, 
Play Room Ditties, inc Tommy Tucker, Black and White,Miss Mousie, The Postman, I had an elephant & One Two What shall we do?, W&M. Reginald Rigby & Maurice Winlaw,, 
Play songs for Little Folk, Book I; Dollys Party, Fairies, Rocking Horse, Mother, The Wind, Baby, W&M. Harold Parsons, , 
Play songs for Little Folk, Book II: Dolly, Tramcar, Noahs Ark, Teddy Bear, Playing at Shop, School, W&M. Harold Parsons, , 
Play that "Song of India" again Leo Wood, Irving Bibo and Paul Whitemarn, music adapted from N Rimsky Korsakoffs theme, 
Play that Barber Shop Chord - Song from 'In the Good Old Summertime' - Featuring Judy Garland and Van Johnson William Tracey, Ballard MacDonald and Lewis F. Muir, 
Play That Funky Music - Featuring Wild Cherry R. Parissi, 
Play That Old Sweet Melody Again (We Were Partners in the Minuet) Percy Edgar and Ed Cuthbertson, 
Play the Game: Queen W&M: Freddie Mercury, 
Play To Me That Melody - Waltz Song Cameron Douglas and Stanley Dew, 
Play to me, Gipsy (The Song I love) - Featuring Henry Hall Karel Vacek & Jimmy Kennedy, 
Play With Fire W&M: Nanker Phelge, 
Play Your Game Of Soldiers Words and music - Leonard Cooke and Henry E Pether , 
Play, play, play . W&M: R Sonin, 
Playful Moments - Piano Stuart Young, 
Playground in the sky - from 'Will O the Whispers', sung by Jack Smith (The Whispering baritone), Donovan Parsons & Vivian Ellis, 
Playground, Anita Harris Words and music - A Harris, M Margolis and A tew, 
Playin Games, Connie Francis Words and music - H Hunter and M Barkan, 
Playin' the Game - Featuring Lil Bow Wow - Original Sheet Music Edition Justin Smith and Jermaine Dupri, 
Playing at Love. Theme from Cobra. Rudolph Valentino Words and music - W Helmore, 
Playing Keyboards - Songs & Music Book 2 Various Composers arranged by Roger Evans, 
Playmates, Harry Roy Saxie Dowell, 
Playthings - Song Horatio Nicholls & Worton David, 
Playtime Edwin Braden, 
Playtime - Sung by Will Dillon - For Piano and Voice Will Dillon, 
Playtime Tunes for the Nursery School - Book 1 - For Piano and Voice Marion Anderson, 
Playtime Tunes for the Under Sevens - Book 2 - For Piano and Voice Marion Anderson, 
Plaza De Toros. W&M: T Osborne., 
Pleading - Key of F major Arthur L Salmon & Edward Elgar, 
Pleading - Song - In the key of F major for Low Voice Arthur L Salmon & Edward Elgar, 
Pleading - Song - In the key of F major for High Voice Arthur L Salmon & Edward Elgar, 
Pleading - Song in the key of A flat major for Low voice Arthur L Salmon & Edward Elgar (Op. 48, No. 1), 
Pleading -Song - In the key of G major for Medium Voice Arthur L Salmon & Edward Elgar, 
Pleading for You - Song Waltz Albert E. Holden, 
Please - Featuring The Kinleys Tony Haselden, 
Please - from "The Big Broadcast" Bing Crosby Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger, 
Please be Kind - Featuring Hal Berdun Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, 
Please be Kind - Featuring Jack Jackson Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, 
Please Believe Me Larry Yoell and Al Jacobs, 
Please Believe Me Larry Yoell and Al Jacobs, 
Please Believe Me Larry Yoell and Al Jacobs, 
Please Believe Me - featuring Teddy Brown Larry Yoell and Al Jacobs, 
Please believe me - Song featuring Perry Como Bob Merril and Bee Walker, 
Please Believe Me, Geraldo: Mantovani, Bram Martin, Peter Bernard Larry Yoell and Al Jacobs, 
Please come and Play in My Yard Words and music - E Madden, T F Morse, 
Please Come Home Dear Daddy - A Beautiful Waltz - The Theme of this Song is Based on a True Story from Life - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele accompaniment Jos. Geo. Gilbert, 
Please Come to Boston - Recorded by Dave Loggins - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Dave Loggins, 
Please Come to Boston - Song - Recorded by Dave Loggins Dave Loggins, 
Please Don't Forget Me - Waltz Ballard Percival Baden Panning and Eddie Payne, 
Please Don't Forget to Remember - featured in Len Childs' pantomime production 'Aladdin' at The Regent Theatre, Chelmsford Len Childs, 
Please Don't Forget to Remember - featured in Len Childs' pantomime production 'Aladdin' at The Regent Theatre, Chelmsford with Nena Musker Len Childs, 
Please Don't Go - Based on "Barcarolle" by Offenbach performed by Donald Peers Les Reed, Jackie Rae and Offenbach, 
Please Don't go - Featuring No Mercy - Piano - Vocal - Guitar F. Reuter, Peter Bischof-Fallenstein, M. Cintron and M. Applegate, 
Please Don't Go - KC and the Sunshine Band H W Casey, R Finch, 
Please Don't go - Recorded by K.W.S. Harry Casey and Richard Finch, 
Please don't go so soon . W&M: H Gietz, C Sigman, 
Please don't monkey with Broadway - from "Broadway Melody of 1940" Cole Porter, 
Please Don't Say "No" - From 'Thrill of a Romance' Esther Williams and 'Van' Johnson Ralph Freed, Sammy Fain, 
Please Don't Say Goodnight - Featuring Marion Ryan Earl Schuman and Mort Garson, 
Please don't talk about me when I'm gone - Song Sidney Clare and Sam H Stept, 
Please Don't Touch: Motorhead/Girlschool H Robinson, 
Please Don't Wake My Wife! - Humorous song John P. Long, 
Please Dont Blame Me, Marty Robbins Words and music - Marty Robbins, 
Please dont go, W&M. H McGahey, B Baskette,, 
Please dont Tease - featuring Cliff Richard Bruce Welch and Pete Chester, 
Please Don`t Mention It ( Its Been No Trouble At All ) Words and music - P. Wyse & Harry S. Pepper, 
Please Give Me a Penny - as performed by The Christy Minstrels J E Webster, 
Please Give Me a Penny: Christy Minstrels . W&M: A Dobigny, W Siebert, 
Please Help Me, I'm Falling, Hank Locklin Words and music - D Robertson, H Blair, 
Please Hold Me Tightly - Recorded by Ruby Murray on Columbia Records Doreen Morris, 
Please Hurry Home: Edna Savage Words and music - B Raleigh and M Gaze, 
Please Let me Dreams in Your Arms, fox trot song Words and music - Al Sherman, Al lewis and Carmen Lombardo, 
Please Love Me Forever - Song - Featuring Bobby Vinton Johnny Malone and Ollie Blanchard, 
Please Mister Postman - Featuring Carpenters B Holland, F C Gorman, 
Please no Squeeza da Banana - Recorded by Tony Pastor on H.M.V. BD 5937 - Featured by Jimmy Savo in NBC Chesterfield Supper club show and at cafe society uptown Louis Prima, Jack Zero and Ban Jaffe, 
Please No Squeeze da Banana - Recorded by Tony Pastor on H.M.V BD 5937 Louis Prima, Jack Zero and Ben Jaffe, 
Please Percy (Dont do it now) - Featuring Randolph Sutton Maurice Beresford and Arthur le Clerq, ukulele arranged by Harry J Stafford, 
Please please me - The Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 
Please Remember Jack Denby and Muriel Watson, 
Please Remember - Song featuring Clarence Wright, Victor Silvester, Michael Flome, Tommy Farr, Three in Harmony Jack Denby and Muriel Watson, 
Please Remember - Song featuring Lance Fairfax Jack Denby and Muriel Watson, 
Please Remember - Song featuring The Three in Harmony Jack Denby and Muriel Watson, 
Please Remember - Song featuring Tommy Farr Jack Denby and Muriel Watson, 
Please Take Me Down to the Fairground: Oscar Rabin, Billy Milton Sonny Miller and Bernard Grun, 
Please Tell Him That I Said Hello - Featuring Dana Mike Shepstone, Peter Dibbens, 
Please Think of Me - Song - Sam Browne, Eddie Oliver Benny Davis, R Morgan and T Murry, 
Please Understand - Recorded by Maureen Evans on Oriole - For Piano and Voice with chord symbols Clive Westlake, 
Please! - Featuring The Cast from "The Big Broadcast" Words by Leo Robin, Music by Ralph Rainger, 
Please, Mr. Sun - As Featured and Broadcast by Pearl Carr - Chappell and Co. Edition No. 5902 Sid Frank and Ray Getzov, 
Please, Mr. Sun - Song - Featuring Carole Carr Sid Frank & Ray Getzov, 
Please, Mr. Sun - Song - Featuring Eve Boswell Sid Frank & Ray Getzov, 
Please, Mr. Sun - Song - Featuring Vera Lynn Sid Frank & Ray Getzov, 
Please, Mr. Sun - Song - Featuring Wilfrid Thomas Sid Frank & Ray Getzov, 
Pleasing Tales In Dear Romances. From Thomas Arnes The Guardian Outwitted) Words and music - Geoffrey Bush and Thomas Arne, 
Pleasure Land, Rag-time Selection Alexanders Ragtime Band, Everybodys Doing It Now, Oh You Beautiful Doll, Im Going Back to Dixie, Rag-time Violin, Who Were You With Last Night?, Theres a Girl in Havana, That Mysterious Rag, Rum Tum Tiddle, I Wish You Belonged to Me, and more, 
Pledging my Love - Professional Copy Don D. Robey and F. Washington, 
Plenty Good Lovin, Connie Francis Words and music - Connie Francis, 
Plenty of Room in the Park - For Piano and Voice with Gutiar chord symbols Bob Musel and Bob Godfrey, 
Pleurer pour vous - I'd Rather Cry Over You Phil Ponce and Dan Dougherty, 
Plors! - For Piano and Voice Emili Vendrell and Frederic Longas, 
Pluck Me A Rose Words and music - Theodore Curzon and Richard Maxwell, 
Pluck this Little Flower - From song offerings By R Tagore, Landon Ronald, 
Plucky Old Ginger Nut! R. Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell, 
Plum or plain and other small songs Alec Rowley, 
Plumstones - Song Harford Worlock, 
Po Kee O Kee Oh! Howard Flynn and Ralph Butler, 
Pocket Book for Buskers No. 4 - 50 Hit Songs - Melody with Chord symbols and Guitar chord symbols Various Composers, 
Pocket Book of Buskers - For Piano or Organ Glenn Miller, 
Pocket Full O Pennies from 'Crazy House' featuring Cass Daley, Martha O Driscoll, Patric Knowles, Thomas Gomez and Count Basie. Wartime Utility Copy Eddie Cherkose and Franz Steininger, 
Pocketful of Miracles, Frank Sinatra Words and music - S Cahn and J Van Heusen, 
Poem Fibich, arranged for piano by Lynn Palmer, 
Poem (In your eyes) - Vocal Waltz for Piano with violin and cello obligato Zdenko Fibich, arranged by Henry Geehl with words by Arthur Anderson, 
Poet & Peasant - overture for pianoforte - Banks Sixpenny Edition Franz von Suppe - arranged by Paul Santon, 
Poet & Peasant - Selection from. (Suppe's Opera) . W&M: O Verne, 
Poet and Peasant, operatic selection for the piano, composed by von Suppe, arranged by Haydon Augarde., 
Poetry - Featuring Freddy Martin - with extra verses Moe Jaffe, Dick Hardt and Dwight Latham, 
Poetry in Motion - As Recorded by Johnny Tillotson on London Records Paul Kaufman and Mike Anthony, 
Poetry in Motion - Featuring Johnny Tillotson Paul Kaufman and Mike Anthony, 
Poinciana (Song of the Tree) Buddy Bernier & Nat Simon, 
Poinciana (Song of the Tree) - Featuring Steve Lawrence Buddy Bernier & Nat Simon, 
Point of Light - Featuring Randy Travis - Original Sheet Music Edition Thom Schuyler and Don Schlitz, 
Point of Light - Featuring Randy Travis - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Thom Schuyler and Don Schlitz, 
Point of No Return - Dorothy Squires (b/w photo) Words and music - Dorothy Squires, 
Poison Ivy, The Coasters, The Lambrettas Words and music - Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller, 
Pojd', hochu muj! - Valse Hesitation - Op. 132 R. A. Dvorsky & Fr. Hvizdalek, 
Police Complete - 63 songs, this unique book contain dozens of songs never before available in print Police, 
Polish Dance Polish Dance, 
Politics, Religion and Her - Featuring Sammy Kershaw Byron Hill and Tony Martin, 
Polka . W&M: C.Franck, 
Polka Dots and Moonbeams - Song Johnny Burke, J Van Heusen, 
Polly Ann R.P. Weston, Bert Lee and R. Harris-Weston, 
Polly Put the Kettle On - Sung in The New Ziegfeld production "Kid Boots" - Featuring Leslie Henson and June - For Piano and Voice Joseph McCarthy and Harry Tierney, 
Pollyanna, inspired by the Mary Pickford film production "pollyanna" J Balloch Glen, Tom Lovell and Joe Tunbridge, 
Pomone Waltz - Known as the 'Request Waltz' Emile Waldteufel, 
Pompeii Words and music - The Checkmates, 
Ponies on Parade . W&M: Clarence Gaskill, 
Poodle Skirts & Ducktails - 56 Real Gone Songs from the Birth of Rock 'N' Roll - For Voice, Piano and Guitar Various Composers, 
Poor Butterfly John L Golden and Raymond Hubbell, 
Poor Butterfly - Song for Piano and Voice - From "The Big Show" at the New York Hippodrome John L. Golden and Raymond Hubbell, 
Poor contrary Mary. Harry Leader Words and music - Ken Douglas, George Walter and Billy Bath, 
Poor Dinah - Song Morton Morrow, 
Poor Little "Midnight Sun" Words and music - G.Rich, W.Clifford, 
Poor Little Angeline - Featuring Florence Oldham W Grosz, J Kennedy, 
Poor Little Angeline - Featuring Gracie Fields W Grosz, J Kennedy, 
Poor Little Angeline - Featuring Mantovani W Grosz, J Kennedy, 
Poor little broken blossom, Christine Roy Words and music - J P Long and Maurice Scott, 
Poor Little Rhode Island - Professional Copy Words by Sammy Cahn, Music by Jule Styne, 
Poor Little Rich Girl - from "On with the Dance" , Delysia Noel Coward, 
Poor little Robin - Walkin' to Missouri - Gordon Langhorn Bob Merrill, 
Poor little Robin Walkin' to Missouri - Song - Featuring George Mitchell Bob Merrill, 
Poor little Robin Walkin' to Missouri - Song - Featuring Tony Brent Bob Merrill, 
Poor little Robin Walkin' to Missouri - The Song Pedlars Bob Merrill, 
Poor Man's Garden - Song - Key of C major for Low Voice Royden Barrie & Kennedy Russell, 
Poor Man's Garden - Song - Key of D flat major for Medium Voice Royden Barrie & Kennedy Russell, 
Poor Man's Garden - Song - Key of D flat major for Medium Voice Royden Barrie & Kennedy Russell, 
Poor Man's Garden - Song - Key of E flat major for High Voice Royden Barrie & Kennedy Russell, 
Poor Man's Son - The Rockin' Berries Joanne Jackson, Bob Hamilton, Ronnie Savoy and Steve Venet, 
Poor Man's Son - Featuring Survivor Jim Peterik and Frank Sullivan, 
Poor Me! - Featuring Adam Faith Les Vandyke, 
Poor Old Dad's in New York for the Summer - Song for Piano and Voice Harry Williams and Egbert van Alstyne, 
Poor Old Man. Charles Lilburn Words and music - F Murray and G Everard, 
Poor Pantaloon, from The Harlequinade, a fantastic operette song cycle Words and music - Claude Arundale, 
Poor Papa (He's got Nothin' at all) - Song Billy Rose and Harry Woods, 
Poor Papa (He's got Nothin' at all) - Song featuring Jack Smith The Whispering Baritone Billy Rose and Harry Woods, 
Poor Robinson Crusoe, Evelyn Dall Alex Hyde, Basil G Adlam and Al Stillman, 
Pop a Top - Recorded by Alan Jackson - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Nat Stuckey, 
Pop chord song book Four, play all these hits on guitar with just a few easy chords Angels, Doctor Jones, How deep is your love, I am blessed, just the two of us, Last thing on my mind, Life is a flower, no matter what, Road rage, Rotterdam, Searchin my soul, Smoke, That the way I like it, To you I belong, Uninvited, Wannabe, , 
Pop chord song book Three, play all these hits on guitar with just a few easy chords All that I need, Because we want to, Cruel summer, Dreams, Each time, Got the feelin, Immortality, Killing me softly, Let me entertain you, Miame, One for sorrow, Stop, Thank U, This is hardcore, Torn, Until the time is through, You dont care about , 
Pop Goes Piano - No. 1 - Collection of Popular Songs with piano accompaniment and chords Various Composers, 
Pop Goes the Weasel - Recorded by 3rd Bass -Original Sheet Music Edition M. Berrin, P. Nash, J. Dajani, J. Gamble, D. Ross, S. Wonder and P. Gabriel, 
Pop Goes The Weasle, Anthony Newley Words and music - George Hackney, 
Pop Hits - For All Keyboards Various Composers, 
Pop Muzik - Robin Scott Robin Scott, 
Pop Organ 1, a collection of some of the best pop songs, especially selected and arranged for all organists. Dont stay away too long, Never Never Never, She, When you smile,You are the sunshine of my life, Solitaire, Y viva espana, For the good times, I want to give, Say has anybody seen my sweet gypsy rose, Go (Before you break my heart), You wont find ano, 
Pop Score - Six pop classics for small groups - Arranged as performed by the artists themselves complete with lyrics Various Composers, 
Pop Stars Album, pictures and songs with guitar symbols Twist and Shout, Kansas City, Thats how it goes, Ginny come lately, Cattle call, Now is the hour, Boom, Oh my lover, Bless em all, Lonely boy, 
Pop! Goes Your Heart - from "Happiness Ahead" - Featuring Dick Powell and Josephine Hutchinson Mort Dixon & Allie Wrubel, 
Pope-Orgel Hit Album - Super 20 weltberuhmte Filmschlager Various Composers, 
Popinette (Intermezzo), Monatgue Ewing,, 
Popocatapetl: Irene Shamrock in "Seeing Life" . W&M: G Arthurs, M Darewski, 
Popocatepetl. W&M: A Strauss, S Miller., 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Bob Harvey - Key of C major Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Eve Boswell Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Johnnie Gray Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Lina Petrou Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Pat Kirkwood Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Petula Clark Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere) featuring Tessa Smallpage Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppa Piccolino (Papaveri e papere), Ronnie Aldritch, The Beverley Sisters, Joan Regan, Joe Loss, Lester Ferguson, Diana Decker, Leslie Howard, Maria Perilli, Tessa Smallpage, Teddy Foster Rastelli & Panzeri, B Musel and Mascheroni, 
Poppies (Mohnblumen) - A Japanese Romance Neil Moret, 
Poppies - Song in D Major from "A Series of Little Encore Songs" Godfrey Nutting and Edward Teschemacher, 
Poppies and Cornflowers . W&M: E Waldteufel, 
Poppies for forgetting, New series Miniatures Words and music - Robert Coningsby Clarke, 
Poppies for forgetting, New series miniatures, No.1 of a series of little songs by Robert Coningsby Clarke., 
Poppies in the Cornfield - Song Wilfred Tizard, 
Popping the Question: comic song . W&M: J Caulfield, 
Poppy Land Intermezzo . W&M: E.Landon, 
Pops A Gogo, Vol 2, with Photographes, Contains, I've Been Hurt, Goin' Home, Oh No Not My Baby, Rubber Bullets, Oh Babe What Would You Say, Eye Level and If,, 
Pops of the 70's - 'The Most Fabulous Song Book Ever Published' - For Piano, Voice and Guitar Various Composers, 
Popular Chorus Book - Community Songs for all Festive occasions - Lyrics only Various Composers, 
Popular Marches. Words and music - J Sousa., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 43, Vol. IV - November 15th 1924 - Six Complete Song & Dance Hits Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - May 25th, 1935 - No. 33, Vol. 2 - Featuring Glen Gray, Gus Arnheim, Isham Jones, Grace Moore, Bobby Howes, Binnie Hale, Geoge Barclay, Hildegarde, Bud Flanagan, Ches Allen and Helen Jacobs Edited by Jack Payne, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - 6 complete song & dance hits, Feb 2nd 1924, No.2 Vol.1, with a special article contributed by Miss Hilda Glyder
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - April 6th, 1935 - No. 26, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Peter Yorke, Harry Roy, John Watt, Alberta Hunter, Jack Jackson, Fred LathamCole Porter, Joe Loss, Mathea Merryfield, Garland Wilson and Ken Harvey Edited by Jack Payne, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - December 22nd, 1934 - No. 11, Vol. 1) - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Mr and Mrs Jack Payne, Billy Merrin and Reginald Dixon Various composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - December 1st, 1934 - No. 8, Vol. 2 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Alberta Hunter, Peggy Cochrane, R. Bannister, Phil Richardson and Harold Patrick Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - December 29th 1934 - No. 12, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Charlie Kunz, Buddy Rogers, Burns and Allen, Gracie Fields, Bert Ambrose, Al Berlin and his boys, Frederique, Helen Raymond and Eve Becke Varioius Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - February 23rd, 1935 - No. 20, Vol. 1 0 Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Dick Powell, Al Jolson, Rudy Vallee, Len Bermon and Florence Desmond Edited by Jack Payne, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - Febuary 16th 1935 - (No. 19, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Mr Richard Carlton, Mr Herbert Lynton, John Boles, Jane Carr. Joe Crossman, George Raft, Carole Lombard and Jimmy Kennedy Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - Febuary 9th 1935 - No. 18, Volume 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Vivian Ellis, Richard Dobson, Victor Silvester on the Slow Foxtrot and Anna Neagle Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - January 19th 1935 - No. 15, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Brian Lawrence, Carl Brisson, Kitty Carlisle and Marlon Harris Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - January 2nd, 1926- No. 102, Vol. VIII - Featuring Miss Jennie Hartley Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - January 5th 1935 - No. 13, Volume 1- Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Victor Silvester, Peter Fielding, Yola de Fraine, Victor Kennedy, Irving Berlin, Bing Crosby and Billy Cotton Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - July 4th, 1925 - No. 76, Vol. VI - Featuring Miss Lily Long Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - June 1st 1935 -No. 34, Vol. 2 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Arthur Askey, Noel Gay, Tessa Deane, Lew Stone and his band, Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin Various composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - June 8th 1935 - No. 35, Vol. 2- Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Eddie Pola, Franz Vienna, Brian Lawrence, Percy Kahn, Lawrence Wright, Maurice Winnick and Layton and Johnstone Various composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - March 30th 1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - No. 25, Volume 1 - Featuring Reginald Forsythe,Joe Kunz, The Hellier Brothers, Denny Dennis and Harry Gold, Kate Smith,Grace Bradley, Mack Gordon and Harry Revel Various composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - March 7th 1925 - No. 59, Vol. V - Featuring Miss Odette Myrtil Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - May 11th,1935 - No. 31, Vol. 2 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Mr W. H. Heath, Harry Roy, Johnny and Carol Green, Emilio Colombo, Jack Payne, Harry Leader, George Burns and Marion Harris Edited by Jack Payne, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - May 18th 1935 - No. 32, Vol. 2 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Sophie Tucker, Stanley Holloway, Ivor Moreton, Dave Kaye, Harry Roy, Bill Currie, Bertha Willmott, John Olivere and Morey Wicks Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 10, December 15th,1934 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 14, January 12th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 16, January 26th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 17, February 2nd,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 21, March 2nd,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 22, March 9th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 23, March 16th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 27, April 13th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 28, April 20th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 29, April 27th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 30, May 4th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 36, Vol. 2 - June 15th, 1935 - Featuring Mantovani, Maurice Chavalier, Dawn Davis, Lew Stone, Frank Gomez, Randolph Sutton and The Rhythm Sisters Edited by Jack Payne, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 38, June 29th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 39, July 6th 1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Bill Merrin, Len Bermon, Mrs Jack Hilton and George Hurley and Bertini and his boys at the Tower Ballroon, Blackpool Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 41, July 20th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 42, July 27th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 44, August 10th,1935 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - No. 9, December 8th,1934 - Edited by Jack Payne - Arrangements for Piano and voice with Ukulele chord symbols Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - November 10th, 1934 - No.5 Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Mdlle. Veronica, Ginger Rogers, Caroll Gibbons, Joe Loss, Peggy Cochrane and Horatio Nicholls Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - November 17th, 1934 - No. 6, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Ann Southern, The Mills Brothers, The Western Brothers, John Watt and Larry Brennan Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - November 24th, 1934 - No. 7, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Duke Ellington, Geraldo , Kitty Carlisle, The Radio Rogues, Eve Becke, ALex. Freer, Jimmy Craig, J. R. Gillespie and F. C. Bannister Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - November 29th 1924 - No. 45, Vol. IV - Featuring Miss Isobel Elsom Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - November 3rd 1934 - No. 4, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Phyllis Robins, Hal Swain, James Cagney, Montague Ewing, Harry Roy, Ivor Moreton, Carson Robison and his Pioneers and Bill Currie Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - November April 11th, 1925 - No. 64, Vol. V - Featuring Miss Kathleen Barbor Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - October 13th, 1934 - No. 1, Vol. 1- Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Santos Casani, Tolchard Evans, Roy Fox, Teddy Joyce, Conchita Montenegro, Horatio Nicholls and the Carlyle Cousins Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - October 20th 1934 - No. 2, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Elsie Carlisle, Stanelli and hig Hornchestra, Henry and Betty Hall, Lanny Rose, Victor Silvester, The Carlyle Cousins and Billy Mayerl Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - October 27th 1934 - No. 3, Vol. 1 - Edited by Jack Payne - Featuring Paula Green, Josephine Bradley, Annette Mills, Peter Maurice, John Boles, La Jana, Les Tracy, Eddie Peabody, Leslie Holmes,Leslie Sarony and Helen Mack Various Artists, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - October 31st, 1925 - No. 93, Vol. VIII - Featuring Santos Casani and his Dance partner Miss Jose Lennard Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - October 4th 1924 - Featuring Miss Lorna and Toots Pounds - No. 37, Vol. III Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - September 20th, 1924 - No. 35, Vol. III - Featuring Miss Ida Barr Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly - September 26th, 1925 - No. 83, Vol. VII - Featuring Miss Annie Croft Various Composers , 
Popular music and dancing weekly No.1 Vol.1 Jan 28th 1924 - Featuring Dorothy Ward who contributes a striking article to this issue.
Popular music and dancing weekly No.46 Vol.4 Dec 6th 1924 - Featuring Malvina the famous violinist whose article "Perfect Music" appears within. Various, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, 15th March 1924 No.8 Vol.1, Miss Maidie Scott Just a mothers song at twilight, Old King Tut, I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate, After every party, I found you, The signal march, 
Popular Music and Dancing weekly, 2nd Feb 1924 No. 2, Vol. 1 - Featuring Miss Hilda Glyder Various composers, 
Popular music and dancing weekly, 5 complete song and dance hits, February 27th 1926, No. 110 Vol.9 Polacca from Mignon, Big silver moon, Wonderful girl of my dreams, Why do you try to stop me dancing? and You'll be my love in the springtime., 
Popular music and dancing weekly, 5 complete song and dance hits, March 28th 1925, No. 62 Vol. 5 I'm nobody's gal, Your own pierrot, Shiela, Hawaiian maid and What would we do without wimmin'?, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, 6 complete song & dance hits, April 5th 1924, No.11 Vol. 1, including a special article by Miss Teddie Gerard Various Composers , 
Popular music and dancing weekly, 6 complete song and dance hit, February 7th 1925, No. 55 Vol. 5 I'm getting better every day, The hen house blues, Happy, Kentucky babe, God gave me wonderful dreams and Another children's melody, 
Popular music and dancing weekly, 6 complete song and dance hit, January 10th 1925, No. 51 Vol. 4 Sally, Sudan, Ill Tell The World (You Love Me), Salmon And Shrimps, I Want Somebody To Care For Me, Jack And Jill, 
Popular Music and Dancing weekly, 8th March 1924 No7 Vol 1, Featuring Norah Blaney & Gwen Farrar Wana, Maggie Blues, In the little red school house, I want some money, Carolina rolling stone, Helen of Troy, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, 9th Feb 1924 No.3 Vol.1 - Featuring Miss BInnie Hale The waltz of love, I wish I knew, Ill stand beneath your window tonight and whistle, The west a nest and you, After a while, Pink carnations, 
Popular Music and Dancing weekly, April 12th - 1924 No12 Vol 1 - Featuring Lily Morris whio contributes to this issue Various composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, April 19th 1924 (No. 13, Vol. 1), including an article by Miss Jennie Benson Contains: Omaha, You and I and Love, Whoops-a-Daisy, Haunting, When I Met You and Melodue du Reve, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, April 26th 1924 (No. 14, Vol. II), including an article by Miss Nora Delany Contains: The Blues Trot, Wonderful, Our is a Nice House Ours is, Indianola, Babby o' Mine and Pale Pansies, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, April 3rd 1926, with a photo of Miss Rosie Lloyd on the front cover. John peel, Blimenlined, Mondays child, Dont you want me now and If i were king., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Aug 23rd 1924 (No. 31, Vol. III). Includes an article by Dainty Doris Contains: Louisiana Lullaby, Onions Bring Mem'ries of You, In Monte Carlo, My Jersey Lily, Kissing and Brownies in the Moonlight, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Aug 2nd 1924 (No. 28, Vol. III). Includes an article by Miss Nancy Price Contains: Masarah, Rock Me in My Swanee Cradle, The Lily and the Rose, Changing Harmony, Some Want Love Some Want Money and Old Watteau, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Aug 30th 1924 (No. 32, Vol. III). Includes an article by Miss Nora Bayes Contains: Fo-tu-san, When You Came My Way, My Dear, Oh! I'm Longing, Nancy and Up and Down, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Aug 9th 1924 (No. 29, Vol. III). Includes an article by Miss Doris Ashton Contains: Old Fashioned Home Sweet Home, I've Got the Seaside Bues, Down Upon the Wangaloo, Just Because I Love You, Answer and The Mechanical Train, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, August 21st 1926, with a photo of Miss Norah Baynes on the front cover Thema, Scherzo, Bluey carolina, How beautiful you are and When Daisies pied., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Dec 4th 1937, edited by Henry Hall Cowboy, Poor Little Angeline, Just Dance (And Leave the Music to Me), Sleep Tight Ol' Ranger and Easy on the Eyes, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, December 26th 1925, with a photo of Miss Peggt O Neil on the front cover. Melodie, The love waltz, The mumbo jumbo man, Im in love at last and My fiddle is my wife, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Feb 16th 1924 (No. 4, Vol. 1) - including an article by The Trix Sisters Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Feb 23rd 1924 (No. 5, Vol. 1) - Featuring and including an article by Miss Clarice Mayne Contains: Why Robinson Crusoe Got the Blues, Kiss Mama Kiss Papa, You Know You Belong to Somebody Else, Sleepy Little curly Headed Baby, Cats Whiskers and If You Could Care, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, February 27th 1926, with a photo of Miss Nora Delany on the front cover Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Jan 28th 1924 (No. 1, Vol. 1), including an article by Miss Dorothy Ward Contains: Romany Rose Waltz, Just Like a Thief, He Used to Sing in His Sleep, Calling, Tomahawk Blues and Golden Dreamboat, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, January 16th 1926, with Miss Winnie Melville contributing to this issue. Night of Egypt, The 31st of April, Waiting, That old angora cat and Starve (and save your money)., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, January 9th 1926, with June the famous star of revue conrtibuting to this issue. Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, July 12th 1924. Featuring and including an article by Miss Winfred Ward Wont you Come Back to New Old Hampshire?, Crying for the Moon, Oriental Love Dreams, I Love Her and She Loves Me, Oh! Do Come Round To-morrow and Ive Been Waiting for Someone Like You, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, July 16th 1924 (No. 27, Vol. III). Includes an article by Miss Daisy James Contains: Ozark Blues, Thinking of You, My A Be, Where Can I Find a Pal like Mother?, Without You and Silks and Satins, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, July 19th 1924 (No. 26, Vol. II). Includes an article by Fred and Adele Astaire Contains: Strut Miss Lizzie, Aloha Oe, The Land Beyond the Sunset, Holding Hands, How Can You Love Somebody Else? and Airco, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, July 5th 1924, featuring and including an article by Miss Nellie Wigley Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, June 14th 1924 (No. 21, Vol. II). Includes an article by Miss Victoria Monks Contains: Sunshine, One Golden Hour of Dreams, The Wembley Wibbly Wobbly Dance, So Now You Know, I Dream of the Roses and Have You Forgotten?, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, June 19th 1926, with a photo of Miss Adele Astaire on the front cover. Adante, Mazurka, Will you marry me Marie, Sigh no more ladies and Im looking for someone., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, June 21st 1924 (No. 22, Vol. III). Includes an article by Miss Ella Retford Contains: Love is Just a Flower, Star of the Desert, Have You Paid the Rent?, The Dawning of Love, Longing for You and Navara, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, June 26th 1926, with a photo of Malvina on the front cover Mazurka, Scherzo brilliant, Comin thro the rye, Snuggling and Hello London town., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, June 28th 1924, including Miss Violet Essex who writes on The Ideal Holiday within this issue In yama, Like a child with a toy, Good old gee gee, Playthings, Mamys baby boy and Pip, Squeak and Wilfred., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, March 1st 1924 - Featuring an article including Miss Phyllis Monkman. In the eyes of the world youre mine, Homesick, Lovin Sam, Id like to live to ninety nine, Think of me and Smoke clouds., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, March 20th 1926, with a photo of Phyllis Dare on the front cover Minuet from sonata, Drink to me only, Keep a little odd spot for me, Honey home and Palm tree isle (a tahitian memory)., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, March 22nd 1924 (No. 9, Vol. 1) Including an article by Miss Daisy Dormer Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, March 29th 1924, featuring Miss Gracie Fields No. 10. Vol 1. Iowa, There you are then, You didnt want me when you had me, She gives it all to me, Swanee blues and Blue bird., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 10th 1924 (No. 16, Vol. II) Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 16th 1925, including an article written by Mdlle. Alice Delysia. Sammy (come back to mammy), Lagoon, Ruth, Some time in May and Swanee (land of my childhood dreams), 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 17th 1924 (No. 17, Vol. II), including an article by Miss Daisy Wood Contains: Wistful Eyes, Waiting and Watching, Won't that be a Wonderful Day, Wikki Wikki Wonkki Woo, Can You Let Me Go? and Golden Laburnum, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 1st 1926, with a photo of Miss Kitty Reidy on the front cover It was a lover and his lass, Andante in G, Dear little girl, Her secret and Youll never miss the old home, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 22nd 1925, with a photo of Miss Renee Kelly on the front cover. Impromptu in G, Juggling, Hark hark the lark, Two glancing eyes and Flowers of the frost., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 24th 1924. Featuring Dollie and Billie Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 3rd 1924 (No. 15, Vol. II). Includes an article by Miss Nellie Wallace Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, May 9th 1925 with Miss Gertie Gitiana. Tell me in the moonlight, The dog trot, Swanee river rose, Jografy and Thats where you want to be., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Nov 27th 1937, edited by Henry Hall Love Marches On, The Daughter of Mother Macharee, Swing is in the Air, Little Cowboy, Swingin on the Moon and Watching the Stars, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Nov 6th 1937, edited by Henry Hall Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, November 14th 1925, with Miss Sophie Tucker Contributing to this issue. Various Composers, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, November 1st 1924, with Miss Marie Blanche appearing within Various Composers , 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, November 21st 1925, with a photo of Miss F5rankie Hunt and Scott Atkinson on the front cover Serenata, Pearl of ispahan, Where adams apple grew, Waiting on the doorstep and Angel of my heart., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Ocober 2nd 1926, with a photo of Miss Margaret Campbell on the front cover. The William Tell overture, Dyer know her, When youre all alone, The reapers and Schuberts cradle song., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Oct 18th 1924 (No. 39, Vol. III). Includes an article by "Vesta" of "Frank and Vesta" Contains: Dreamy Paradise, Somehow Know, Youll Never Need a Doctor No More, Who'll be the Next One, I Want a Girl and Sapphire, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Oct 20th 1934 (No. 2, Vol. 1), edited by Jack Payne Contains: Unless, The Beat o' My Heart, In Other Words-We're Through, Melody in Spring, True, Ladies in Spain and Hospitality, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Oct 30th 1937, edited by Henry Hall Broken-Hearted Clown, I Need You, Through the Courtesy of Love, I Saw a Ship a-Sailing, Fifty Million Robins Cant be Wrong, Little Old Lady of Poverty Street, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, October 10th 1925, with a photo of Joan Pickering and Danny Fer on the front cover. Gavotte, Oh dear, oh my, Tom, tom, the pipers son, There are no flies on auntie and The blue nile waters., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, October 17th 1925, including a special article on Miss Imogene Wilson. March from the Casse Noisette Suite, Facinating, Eve cost adam just one bone, Things are not so dusty after all and Percy and Ferdie, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, October 3rd 1925, with a photo of Miss Annette Mills on the front cover Trepak, Stamboul, I wonder where my old gal is tonight, My sunshine came on a rainy day and A clocks got hands (but it aint got feet)., 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, Sept 13th 1924, including an article by Miss Dorothy McBlain Believe me, Monkey Doodle Harem, I Cant Get Over It, Waiting (for you), Dear Old Songs and The French Dolls Dance the Minuet, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, September 11th 1926, with a photo of Miss Vera Clarke on the front cover I know that my redeemer liveth, Le prophete, Catchy melody, Pussy meeow and Early one morning, 
Popular Music and Dancing Weekly, September 6th 1924 (No. 33, Vol. III). Includes an article by Miss Marjorie Fulton Various Composers , 
Popular music and dancing weekly,6 complete song and dancing hits, June 20th 1925, No. 74 Vol. 6 Little honey bee, Puss puss, Blessings, I used to sigh for a smile, I'm going and Wait a moment, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - Oct 30th 1937 (No. 1 - Vol. 1) Edited by Henry Hall Various Composers with interesting editorial about Henry Hall, Elizabeth Francis and Leonard Henry , 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - Dec 18th 1937 (No. 8 - Vol.1) Edited by Henry Hall Including interesting editorial about Carroll Levis, Archie Galbraith, Kenneth Wheeler, Bernard Wetherall, Claude Hulbert and Jeanne de Casalis, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - December 11th 1937 (No. 7 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - December 25th 1937 (No. 9 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - December 4th 1937 (No. 6 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - February 19th 1938 (No. 17 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - February 5th 1938 (No. 15 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - Jan 29th 1938 (No. 14 - Vol.1) - Edited by Henry Hall Including interesting editorial about Ivor Dennis, Jeanette MacDonald, Harry Hemsley, Ian Stewart, Jerome Kern, Jimmy Duficy and Billy Thorburn, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - January 15th 1938 (No. 12 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - January 1st 1938 (No. 10 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - January 22nd 1938 (No. 13 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - January 29th 1938 (No. 14 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - January 8th 1938 (No. 11 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - March 5th 1938 (No. 19 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - November 13th 1937 (No. 3 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - November 20th 1937 (No. 4 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - November 27th 1937 (No. 5 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Music and Film Song Weekly - Novemeber 6th 1937 (No. 2 - Vol.1) Various contributors Edited by Henry Hall, 
Popular Plantation songs, with harmonised choruses and piano or ukelele accompaniment, Various composers, 
Popular Song Classics - Arranged for Voice, Solo Guitar and Guitar and Ukulele accompaniment Various Composers arranged by Dudley E. Bayford, 
Popular Song Hits Folio Variosu Composers, 
Popular Songs, selection . W&M: , Montague and Phillips, 
Por Que: tango, W&M: O Fresedo, E Fresedo,, 
Por Unos Ojos . W&M: J del Maral,, 
Porgy and Bess Song Album George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward & Ira Gershwin, 
Porgy and Bess, Easy to play piano arrangements George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward & Ira Gershwin, arranged by Mischa Portnoff., 
Porquoi suis-je donc aimee? (Oh! Why), featuring Grace Moore Words and music - Rene Nazelles (French words), Arthur Freed (English words), Herbert Stothart and Harry Woods, 
Porter on Broadway - For Voice & Piano with chords Cole Porter, foreword by Jeff Sultanof, 
Portobello Road Words and music - Monty Norman and David Heneker, 
Portrait d' un Soldat de Plomb (Portrait of a toy soldier) - French Edition Montague Ewing, 
Portrait of Frank Sinatra Fly me to the moon, It was a very good year, In the wee small hours (of the morning), Nancy (with the laughing face), The lady is a tramp, Call me irresponsible, Witchcraft, Loves been good to me, Thats life, A foggy day, Youre sensational, My funny , 
Portrait of Jennie - from 'Portrait of Jennie' Gordon Burge and J Russell Robinson, 
Portrait of Jennie - from 'Portrait of Jennie' featuring Jennifer Jones Gordon Burge and J Russell Robinson, 
Portrait of My Love - Matt Munro David West and Cyril Ornadel, 
Posledni Polibek - Pisen pro stredni hlas Na slova Ruda Friml, 
Possibly - Song Fox Trot - Sung by Jack Smith and Josephine Trix in "Blue Skies" - Professional Copy Carroll Gibbons, J Dyrenforth, 
Possibly, sung by Jack Smith and Josephine Trix in "Blue Skies" Carroll Gibbons, J Dyrenforth, 
Possum Song (Six Tall Slim Slick Sycamore Saplin), Reg Lewis Words and music - By Dunham and Terry Shand, 
Pot Luck - Featured and Broadcast by Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra Al Hoffman and Dick Manning, 
Potatoes are cheaper, Tomatoes are cheaper, now's the Time to Fall in Love - Eddie Cantor's Smashing Hit Al Sherman and Al Lewis, 
Pottering Along Scott Sanders, 
Pottering Along Scott Sanders, 
Poundcake - Featuring Van Halen - Guitar - Vocal with Tablature Edward Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and Sammy Hagar, 
Pour bercer Manon . W&M: L Dauphin, 
Pour Me - Recorded by Trick Pony - Original Sheet Music Edition Heidi Kay Newfield, Ira Lee Dean, Bryan Keith Burns, Sammy Harp and Rory Waters Beighley, 
Pour N'Avoir pas Compris - Song A. Deligny and Naudin - W., 
Pour out thy heart, tenor aria from the oratorio Abraham by Bernhard Molique., 
Pour t'avoir au clair de lune - Valse chantee par Tino Rossi dans le film "Marinella" - For Piano and Voice - French Edition Geo Koger, Vincent Scotto and George Sellers, 
Pour Toi Words and music - Charles Gordon, 
Poverty Knock: a picture of industrial life in the nineteenth century through songs, ballads and contemporary accounts. 32 songs Selected and edited by Roy Palmer, 
Poverty Row: Miss Dot Stephens . W&M: A Haynes, M Scott, 
Powder your Face with Sunshine - Featuring Donald Peers Carmen Lombardo, Stanley Rochinski, 
Powder your Face with Sunshine - Featuring Guy Lombardo Carmen Lombardo, Stanley Rochinski, 
Power of Love/Love Power - Featuring Luther Vandross - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Luther Vandross and Marcus Miller, 
Power to all Our Friends - Cliff Richard Guy Fletcher and D Flett, 
Powerful Thing - Recorded by Trisha Yearwood - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Sharon Vaughn and Al Anderson, 
Prairie Schooner - Song - Featuring Lou Preager Percy Edgar and Dave Comer, 
Praise Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Edward St Quentin, 
Praise - Song - In the key of A major for high voice Walter E Grogan and Haydn Wood, 
Praise - Song - In the key of F major for low voice Walter E Grogan and Haydn Wood, 
Praise - Song - In the key of G major for medium voice Walter E Grogan and Haydn Wood, 
Praise Of Tears Words and music - Schubert and Richard Capell, 
Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition - This Phrase was used y Chaplain Howell Forgy to encourage men passing ammunition during the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbour Frank Loesser, 
Praise Ye The Lord Granville Bantock, 
Praise Ye The Lord - Key of A flat major with Organ accompaniment Granville Bantock, 
Praise Ye The Lord - Key of B flat major with Organ accompaniment Granville Bantock, 
Praps - Humourous Song, sung by Dorothy Varick Valentine and Charles Cory, 
Pray - Featuring MC Hammer - Rap Lyric Sheet with photos M. C. Hammer and Prince, 
Pray - M. C. Hammer - Rap Lyric Sheet - Featuring M. C. Hammer M. C. Hammer and Prince, 
Pray Googy please to moderate, sung by Mr Sinclair in the Burletta Midas at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, with guitar accompaniment, W&M. unknown, , 
Prayer in the Desert, The: from "Chu Chin Chow" . W&M: O Asche, F Norton, 
Precious and Few - Featuring Sonny Geraci Walter D. Nims, 
Precious and Honoured. 21 Psalm, Hymns and Songs Roger Jones with other songs by Andrew Moss and Ann Routley, 
Precious Love - Featuring Bob Welch Bob Welch, 
Prelude . W&M: M.Ravel, 
Prelude and Fugue in D Minor . W&M: J G Cooper, 
Prelude No.4, Impromptu . W&M: Alan Paul, 
Prelude Solennel . W&M: C.Harris, 
Prelude To Love. W&M: C Shelley, A Kay., 
Prelude, Fugue and Fantasy on Busoni's "Faust" - Op. 51 - Virtuoso a modern Piano series No. 4 Ronald Stevgenson edited by John Ogdon, 
Prelude-Caprice . W&M: S.Palmgren, 
Premiere Film Music Vol.2. April in Paris, Cherry pink and apple blossom white, Cry me a river, Living together growing together, The look of love, The man that got away, Mona Lisa, Moon River, On a clear day (You can see forever), People, September song, Somewhere, Speak soft, 
Premiere Merci (The First Mercy) - Song in the key of F major Bruce Blunt and Peter Warlock, Version Francais de Lillian Fearn, 
Premiere Merci (The First Mercy) - Song in the key of G minor Bruce Blunt and Peter Warlock, Version Francais de Lillian Fearn, 
Prends Moi Words and music - M A Valderez and M Lebre, 
Pretend - Featuring Alvin Stardust Lew Douglas, Cliff Parman and Frank Lavere, 
Pretend - Featuring Johnny Walker in his Springbok Radio Programme "Mr. Walker Wants to Play" Lew Douglas, Cliff Parman and Frank Lavere, 
Pretend: Alvin Stardust, Dickie Valentine, Nat King Cole, Eric Winstone, Monty Norman, Franklyn Boyd, Tommy Kinsman, Jan Rosol, Lew Douglas, Cliff Parman and Frank Lavere, 
Pretending . W&M: H Wimpson, H Wood, 
Pretending Percy Edgar & Allan Gray, 
Pretending - Song M Symes, and A Sherman, 
Pretending. Wartime Utility Copy Words and music - Marty Symes and Al Sherman, 
Pretending: Jack Hylton . W&M: B Baker, G Deagon, 
Pretoria March, W&M. Fabian Scott, , 
Pretty as a Picture - as performed by Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy Bob Wright, C Forrest, V Herbert, H Stothart, 
Pretty Baby - As performed by Robert Young, Maureen O'Hara, Clifton Webb in "Sitting Pretty" Gus Kahn, T Jackson, E Van Alstyne, 
Pretty Baby - Song - Featuring George Murphy and Ginny Simms from 'Broadway Rhythm' Gus Kahn, Tony Jackson and Egbert Van Alstyne, 
Pretty Belinda - Recorded by Chris Andrews on PYE - For Piano and Voice - English and German Lyrics Ralf Dahmen and Chris Andrews, 
Pretty Betty . W&M: Alec Rowley, 
Pretty Birdie . W&M: W Mason, 
Pretty Black Eyed Susie Words and music - Kay Twomey, Fred Wise, Ben Weisman, 
Pretty Blue Bells: Drill March (Introducing The Blue Bellls of Scotland) . W&M: Ezra Read, 
Pretty Blue Eyes - Featuring Craig Douglas Randazzo and Weinstein, 
Pretty Brown Eyes - Recorded by Jim Reeves on RCA Victor - For Piano and Voice with chord symbols Carl Belew, Tommy Blake and W. S. Stevenson, 
Pretty Flamingo - Song - Featuring Manfred Mann Mark Barkan, 
Pretty flowers may wither - Song - Sung by Marie Blythe - For Piano and Voice - marks and Son edition No. 39 Dave Hall, 
Pretty Flowers: Quadrille Words and music - W Smallwood, 
Pretty Girl - Featuring Jon B. Babyface, 
Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes, Jack Payne Orchestra Words and music - M Curtis and V Mizzy, 
Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes. Alec Pleon, Gaye and Nevard, Jack Payne, Harry Lester, Max and Harry Nesbitt, Donald Peers, George Moon. Wartime Utility Copy Words and music - Mann Curtis and Vic Mizzy, 
Pretty Kitty Kelly Words and music - H Pease and Ed Nelson, 
Pretty Kitty Kelly Harry Pease and Ed Nelson, 
Pretty Kitty Kelly - Valse Song as performed by Jack Payne Jos Geo Gilbert and Nat Johns, 
Pretty Little Angel Eyes - Featuring Showaddywaddy T Boyce and C Lee, 
Pretty little baby, Sydney Nesbitt Words and music - Sid Silvers, Phil Baker and Ben Bernie, 
Pretty Little Black Eyed Susie - Featuring Morecambe and Wise Kay Twomey, Fred Wise and Ben Weisman, 
Pretty Little Black Eyed Susie - Ken Platt Kay Twomey, Fred Wise and Ben Weisman, 
Pretty Little Black Eyed Susie, Gordon Langhorn, Morecambe & Wise, Cyril Stapleton, Ken Platt, Ronnie Aldrich,George Michell, Billy Ternent, the keynotes Kay Twomey, Fred Wise and Ben Weisman, 
Pretty Little Busybody - Featuring Gracie Fields Al Lewis, Larry Stock and Vincent Rose, 
Pretty Little Busybody - Song Al Lewis, Larry Stock and Vincent Rose, 
Pretty Little Dirty Face Algy More and Everett Lynton, 
Pretty little thing Words and music - Billy Rose, Al Dubin and Henry H Tobias, arranged for banjulele by Alvin D Keech, 
Pretty Paper - featuring Roy Orbison Willie Nelson, 
Pretty Paper - featuring Roy Orbison Willie Nelson, 
Pride (In the Name of Love) - Recorded by Clivilles and Cole - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Bono, U2, 
Pride and Prejudice - Theme from the TV Series Carl Davis, 
Pride of the Nancy Lee - Sonny Player Paddy Roberts, 
Priere . W&M: Andre Escourrou, Octave Cremieux, 
Priere Heroique pour le Roi Albert, Novembre 1915 - For Piano and Voice - French Edition P. Nothome and H. Woollett, 
Primal Scream , Vanishing Point Burning wheel , Get Duffy, Kowalski, Star, If they move Kill em, Out of the void, Stuka, Medication, Motorhead, Trainspotting, Long life, 
Prime Time - The Tubes B Spooner, R Steen, P Prince, V Welnick, M Cotten, R Anderson, F Waygill, R Styles, 
Primrose Hill - As performed by Charlie Chester Charlie Chester, K Morris, E Lynton, 
Prince - Sign 'O' the Times - For Voice and Piano with Guitar Tablature Prince, 
Prince Charles' Wedding Day W&M: A May, Wing Cmmdr H Whiteman, 
Prince O My Heart: from "The Follies of 1920" Words and music - C Harris and J W Tate, 
Princesita - Illustrated Cover Jose Padilla, F. Palomero, Emilio Vanner, L. Boyer and Jacques Charles, 
Princess Elizabeth Winifred May & Richard Crean, 
Princess Ida - Famous Numbers from Act 3 - The Immortal Gilbert and Sullivan Operas - Part 24 - Containing the stories of the plays and the words and music of famous numbers in part form Gilbert and Sullivan, 
Princess Ida - Famous Numbers from Acts 1 and 2 - The Immortal Gilbert and Sullivan Operas - Part 23 - Containing the stories of the plays and the words and music of famous numbers in part form Gilbert and Sullivan, 
Princess In Rags - Gene Pitney H Miller and R Atkins, 
Princess Margaret Waltz Words and music - A Conray, R Nestor, 
Princess, from "The Duke Wore Jeans" Lionel Bart and Michael Pratt, 
Princess, from "The Duke Wore Jeans" featuring Tommy Steele Lionel Bart and Michael Pratt, 
Printemps Dernier - Song with French words Philippe Gille and J Massenet, 
Priscilla, Frankie Vaughan Words and music - Eddie Cooley, 
Prisioner Of Love. Wartime Utility Copy Words and music - Leo Robin and Russ Columbo, 
Prisoner of Love - Suscribers copy Leo Robin and Russ Columbo, 
Prisoner of Love - Wartime Utility Copy Leo Robin and Russ Columbo, 
Prisoner of Love as performed by The Vogues Leo Robin, Russ Columbo & Clarence Gaskill, 
Prisoners Of War . W&M: M.Hodgkinson,N.King, E.Longstaffe, 
Private Eyes - Recorded by Daryl Hall & John Oates on RCA Records Daryl Hall, Warren Pash, Sara Allen & Janna Allen, 
Private Life - Grace Jones, Pretenders Chrissie Hynde, 
Private Number - Song - Featuring Judy Clay and William Bell Booker T. Jones and William Bell, 
Prize of Gold - Song from the film "Prize of Gold" from Film - featuring Richard Widmark Ned Washington & Lester Lee, 
Problems - Song Bouleaux Bryant and Felice Bryant, 
Probuzeni dve pisne pro zensky hlas A Klavir, Op17, Erwachen zwei lieder mit klavier Words and music - Ladislav Vycpalek, 
Prodigy - The Fat of the Land Album - Melody - Chord - Lyrics - with Photos Liam Howlett and various, 
Prologue from the opera "Pagliacci" - In the Key of B flat major for low voice R. Leoncavallo, 
Promenade, Marche de Salon. W&M: F.Beaumont., 
Promise Words and music - Jeffrey Lang and Maurice Besly, 
Promise Me - Beverley Craven - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols Beverley Craven, 
Promise Me, Jerry Wayne Words and music - Jerry Wayne, 
Promise to Remember . W&M: Edward Oxenford, Val Marriott, 
Promise Youll Tell Her, The Swinging Blue Jeans Words and music - R Ennis, R Ellis, W Braid and N Kuhlke, 
Promised, from the musical "The Love Doctor" Words and music - R Wright, G Forrest, 
Promises - As performed by Ken Dodd Norman Newell and Tom Springfield, 
Promises - Featuring Ken Dodd Norman Newell & Tom Springfield, 
Promises - Song as performed by Geraldo A Hoffman, Milton Drake and J Livingston, 
Promises - Song featuring Ramon St. Clair A Hoffman, Milton Drake and J Livingston, 
Promises Broken - Guitar - Tab - Vocal - Featuring Soul Asylum Daniel Murphy, Mark Pearlman, 
Promises Broken - Recorded by Soul Asylum - Original Sheet Music Edition Daniel Murphy and Mark Pearlman, 
Promises, Promises - Vocal Selection Burt Bacharach and Hal David, 
Prompton Turnpike. Charlie Barnet. Wartime Utility Copy Words and music - Will Osborne and Dick Rogers, 
Props . W&M: G Ellis, H Townsend, 
Proud Mary - Credence Clearwater Revival John Fogerty, 
Proud Of You. Gracie Fields Words and music - Peter David, 
Proud of You: Gracie Fields: Issy Bonn Words and music - Peter David, 
Proud, I Am!. W&M: J Judge., 
Prove Your Love - Featuring Taylor Dayne - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Seth Swirsky and Arnie Roman, 
Provencal Carols, from 200 Folk Carols Part V You that make a toil of pleasure, This is a tedious road were in, Shepherd of the mountain, Old Nicholas our shepherd, I woke from my couch upspringing & more, 
Provence Words and music - Edward Lockton and Gerald Carne, 
Psalms for Today. Contains psalms 8, 23, 41, 46, 47, 67, 96, 100, 115, 121 and 137 Compiled by Herbert Chappell, 
Pu leeze! mister Hemingway! - Featuring Miss Elsie Carlise Milton Drake and Abner Silver, 
Pub Favourites No. 5 Various Composers, 
Pub Singalong Collection for Keyboard - The Easy Keyboard Library Various Artists, 
Puccini Melodies for pianoforte (with words) Movements from: Madame Butterfly, Tosca, La Boheme, Manon Lescaut and Gianni Schicchi, 
Pucker Up And Whistle (Till The Clouds Roll By) - song - Yvette Rugel, Florrie Forde Blanche Franklyn and Nat Vincent, 
Pucker Up Your Lips Miss Lindy! Eli Dawson, Albert Von Tilzer, 
Puedes Llegar - Recorded by Gloria Estefan - Original Sheet Music Edition Gloria Estefan and Diane Warren, 
Puff (the Magic Dragon) - Song - Featuring Peter Paul and Mary Peter Yarrow, Leonard Lipton, 
Puff (Up In Smoke) - Featuring Kenny Lynch Bill Giant, Bernie Baum and Florence Kaye, 
Pull The Cork Out Of The Bottle - Song - Featuring Bertha Willmott F Davis and E Nelson, 
Pull The Cork Out Of The Bottle - Song - Featuring George Elrick F Davis and E Nelson, 
Pulling Chanteys: Haul on the bowline Paddy Doyle, Knock a man down Johnny Bowker, General Taylor Tom is gone to Hilo, Poor old Reuben Ranzo the dead horse & 5 more Arr. Cecil J Sharp, 
Pulse - A Book of Songs dedicated to the Boys of Simon Stock High and the Christ Builders Club Lawrence Cross and Stephen Robinson, 
Pum-Pa-Lum (The Bad Donkey) - Recorded by Steve Lawrence on Coral Records - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord symbols Al Wood, 
Punch and Bobby - Two Tunes for Tony Words and music - O Lloyd, 
Puppet on a String, featuring Sandie Shaw: Eurovision Winner 1967 Bill Martin & Phil Coulter, 
Puppet on a string, Sandie Shaw, British Eurovision song contest entry 1967 Words and music - Bill Martin and Phil Coulter, 
Puppet Serenade . W&M: Eddie Payne, 
Puppy Love - Featuring Donny Osmond Paul Anka, 
Pur Dicesti (Thy Lovely Lips Have Spoken) Antonio Lotti, edited by Edgardo Levi, 
Pur Dicesti (Thy Lovely Lips Have Spoken) - Key of E major for high voice Antonio Lotti, edited by Edgardo Levi, 
Pur Dicestl (Thy Lovely Lips Have Spoken) . W&M: E Levl, A Lottl, 
Purcell - Selected Songs - For Voice and Piano Henry Purcell, edited by Bothwell Thomson, foreword by Joseph Lewis, 
Pure - Recorded by The Lightning Seeds on Ghetto Records - For Piano and Voice with Guitar chord symbols Ian Broudie, 
Purely By Coincidence - Song - Featuring Sweet Sensation Des Parton, 
Purple Heather . W&M: K Stainer, 
Purple Pansies Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Noel Johnson, 
Purple Rain - Prince - For Guitar, Keyboards, Bass and Drums Prince, 
Puss! Puss! Puss! - Comedy Song Waltz - For Piano and Voice with Ukulele Chord Boxes Tolchard Evans, 
Pussy Cat, The Ames Bros Words and music - Sunny Skylar and Tom Glazer, 
Put a Light in the Window - featuring The Four Lads Ruth Roberts and K Jacobson, 
Put A Little . W&M: D Furber, S Jones, 
Put a Little Bit away for a Rainy Day - Featuring Lord Mackintosh of Halifax and Wilfred Pickles at the National Savings "Have a Go" Broadcast C W Murphy and Dan Lipton, 
Put a little springtime (in the winter of their lives) - Flanagan and Allen Bud Flanagan & Teddy Knox, 
Put a Penny Underneath Your Pillow - From the Butcher's Empire Production "It's in the bag" Harry Ralton, Elsie and Doris Waters, 
Put another chair at the table - Featuring Charlie Chester Richard Nelson and Cecil Gant, 
Put Another Chair At The Table - Featuring The Mills Brothers Richard Nelson and Cecil Gant, 
Put Another Nickel In Music! Music! Music! S Weiss, B Baum, 
Put away a little ray of Golden Sunshine for a Rainy day - Featuring Brooks and Ross Fred E. Ahlert, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, 
Put em in a Box - Featuring Doris Day from "It's Magic" Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, 
Put me amongst the Girls - Song sung by Chas. R. Whittle - New Edition including extra verses - Feldmans 6d Edition No. 190 C. W. Murphy and Dan Lipton, 
Put on a Happy Face - from "Bye Bye Birdie" Lee Adams and Charles Strouse, 
Put on Your Best Bib and Tucker: from "Fancy Free" with Tommy Trinder Words and music - M Carr, J Leach, 
Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet - from "Wilson" Stanley Murphy & Percy Wenrich, 
Put on your slipper and Fill up your Pipe (You're not going bye-bye tonight) - Song for Piano and Voice Ed. P. Moran,Will A. Heelan and Albert Von Tilzer, 
Put that down in writing . W&M: A Dubin, H Warren, 
Put that kiss back where you found it by Carl Sigman & Peter de Rose., 
Put the Blame on Mame - from the Columbia picture "Gilda" - Featuring Rita Hayworth Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher, 
Put Your Arms Around me Honey - Featuring Betty Grable "Coney Island" Junie McCree and Albert von Tilzer, 
Put Your Arms Around me Honey and Tell me you Love me (The Tap Dance Song) - Featuring Dick Bentley Al MacNamara, 
Put Your Best Foot Forward - Will Fyffe in the musical Harry Bright, 
Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day) - Song Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann and Stephan Weiss, 
Put Your Hand in Mine - Featuring Tracy Byrd - Piano - Vocal - Guitar Skip Ewing and Jimmy Wayne Barber, 
Put Your Hand in the Hand - Featuring Anne Murray Gene MacLellan, 
Put Your Hand in the Hand - Featuring Nana Mouskouri Gene MacLellan, 
Put Your Hand in the Hand - Nana Mouskouri Gene MacLellan, 
Put Your Head On My Shoulder - Paul Anka Paul Anka, 
Put your head on my shoulder, Donald Peters, W&M. Barry Mason & Les Reed, , 
Put Your Little Foot Right Out - From the Warner Bros. Picture "San Antonio" Larry Spier, 
Put Your Love In Me: Hot Chocolate Words and music - Errol Brown, 
Put Your Loving Arms Around Me - Featuring Camille Gillard Jos. G Gilbert and Horatio Nicholls, 
Put Your Loving Arms Around Me - Featuring Sylvia Cecil Jos. G Gilbert and Horatio Nicholls, 
Put Your Loving Arms Around Me - Professional Copy Jos. G Gilbert and Horatio Nicholls, 
Put Your Mouth On Me - Featuring Eddie Murphy - Original Sheet Music Edition Eddie Murphy, Narada Michael Walden and Jeff Cohen, 
Put Your Shoes On Lucy - As performed by Anne Shelton Hank Fort, 
Put Your Shoes On Lucy - As performed by Gracie Fields, Billy Cotton Hank Fort, 
Put Your Shoes On Lucy - As performed by Joy Nichols Hank Fort, 
Put Your Worries Thro' The Mangle - Featuring Tommy Lorne Ralph Butler and Raymond Wallace, 
Put Your Worries Thro' The Mangle, as performed by Henry Hearty Ralph Butler and Raymond Wallace, 
Put Yourself in my Shoes - Featuring Clint Black - Original Sheet Music Edition Clint Black, Shake Russell and Hayden Nicholas, 
Putt Putt Putt A Blue Canoe For Two - Song Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand, 
Puttin on the Ritz - As performed by Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire in "Blue Skies" Irving Berlin, 
Puttin on the Style - As performed by Lonnie Donegan, Norman Cazden, Dickie Valentine Norman Cazden, 
Putting the Clock Back (The Evergreen Melodies of Britain) - Played, Broadcast and Recorded on Columbia Records by the famous J. H. Squire Celeste Octet Phillippe Willoughby and J. H. Squire, 
Putty in your Hands - Song John Patton and Kay Rogers, 
Pyjama Blues - Sung by Miss Ethel Rosevere - Played by The Savoy Havana Band - From Jean Bedini's Jazzaganza "You'd be Suprised" at the Royal Opera House, London Wm. K. Wells and Melville Morris, 
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