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Songs used in the film "Oh, You Beautiful Doll".
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Song title:Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)
Copyright year:1922
Country of origin:United States
Words:Fred Fisher
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:Come, Josephine, In My Flying Machine
Copyright year:1910
Country of origin:United States
Words:Alfred Bryan
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:Daddy, You've Been A Mother To Me
Copyright year:1920
Country of origin:United States
Words:Fred Fisher
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:Dardanella
Copyright year:1919
Country of origin:United States
Words:Fred Fisher
Music:Johnny S. Black/Felix Bernard
Note:Originally a piano rag entitled Turkish Tom Tom by Black. Fisher wrote a lyric with the new title, and Bernard subsequently claimed that it was his melody. A settlement was reached whereby both composers were credited.
Query:Show: Tick-Tack-Toe ?
 
Song title:I Want You To Want Me (To Want You)
Copyright year:1925
Country of origin:United States
Words:Alfred Bryan/Bob Schafer
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:Oh, You Beautiful Doll
Copyright year:1911
Country of origin:United Kingdom
Words:A. Seymour Brown
Music:Nat D. Ayer
 
Song title:Peg O' My Heart
Copyright year:1913
Country of origin:United States
Words:Alfred Bryan
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:There's A Broken Heart For Every Light On Broadway
Copyright year:1915
Country of origin:United States
Words:Howard Johnson
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:When I Get You Alone Tonight
Copyright year:1912
Country of origin:United States
Words:Joseph McCarthy/Joe Goodwin
Music:Fred Fisher
 
Song title:Who Paid The Rent For Mrs. Rip Van Winkle?
Copyright year:1914
Country of origin:United States
Words:Alfred Bryan
Music:Fred Fisher