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Pretty Baby (Valentine's Day)

Originally credited in 1912 to New Orleans jazz musician Tony Jackson, then "expanded upon" in 1916 by Tin Pan Alley pros Egbert Van Alstyne and Gus Kahn, the year after their first hit "Memories."

Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey (Valentine's Day)

Music by Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Junie McCree, sheet music hit interpolated into "Madame Sherry" (1910). Von Tilzer also wrote the music for "Take Me Out To The Ballgame."

Roses Of Picardy (Valentine's Day)

Music by Haydn Wood, lyrics by Fred Weatherly, 1916. Hugely popular ballad during WWI. Weatherly also penned "Danny Boy" and "The Holy City."

Say It With Music (Valentine's Day)

"Say It With Music," 1921, the theme song of Irving Berlin's "Music Box Revues" that brightened the Broadway scene for years during the 1920s. Berlin's Music Box Theatre still stands today on 45th Street in Manhattan's celebrated Theatre District, a charming souvenir of Broadway's glamorous past.

School Days/Sidewalks Of New York (Valentine's Day)

"School Days": music by Gus Edwards, lyrics by Will Cobb, 1907. Edwards was famous for his children's theatre troupe. "Sidewalks of NY": words & music by Charles B. Lawlor and James W. Blake, 1894.

Smilin' Through (Valentine's Day)

Words & Music by Arthur A. Penn, 1919. Gained widespread popularity in tandem with a stage play of the same name. Inspired and used in 3 film versions: 1922 (a silent with Norma Talmadge), 1932(with Norma Shearer) and 1941 (with Jeanette MacDonald). Recorded by both operatic and pop stars for decades.