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To The Land Of My Own Romance (St. Valentine's Day)

From Victor Herbert's 1911 operetta "The Enchantress." Lyrics by Fred de Gresac and Harry B. Smith.

When You Were Sweet 16 (Valentine's Day)

Words and music by composer/vaudevillian James Thornton(1861-1938), published in 1898. An enduring, integral offering from American Popular Song's early days.

Will You Remember (Sweetheart) (Valentine's Day)

The most famous song from the American operetta "Maytime," 1917, lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, music by Sigmund Romberg.

Wonderful One (Valentine's Day)

Music by celebrated bandleader Paul Whiteman(1890-1967) and "Grand Canyon Suite" composer Ferde Grofe(1892-1972), lyrics by Theodora Morse(1883-1953), 1922. Morse also wrote lyrics for "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here" and "Three O'clock In The Morning." A perennial favorite played & recorded by the Whiteman band.

You Made Me Love You (Valentine's Day)

Music by James V. Monaco, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, 1913. One of the early standards making the transition from the "hearts & flowers" of Victorian/Edwardian songwriting to modern, post- WWI American Popular Song. A Jolson perennial, memorably sung on film by a very young Judy Garland to a photo of Clark Gable.