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1925 Best Known Public Domain Songs List of 43

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IMPORTANT: This list is based on USA Copyright Law and is intended only as a help in researching public domain music. This list is NOT sufficient documentation that music is in the Public Domain. To prove PD status in the USA, you MUST find a published copy of the song with a copyright date of 1925 or earlier. Our PD Sheet Music Reprints are exact reprints of books and sheet music published in 1925 or earlier and include music, lyrics, and complete original copyright information. Some of these songs may not be PD in countries other than the USA.

 TitleV=Verse   C=Chorus   N=Note   P=Production
w=Words   m=Music
1 - 3  $5 ea
4 up  $4 ea
Alabamy Bound
Popular Song
1925 - w. Buddy DeSylva, Bud Green, m. Ray Henderson V - Goodbye, blues. Birdies are singin' ev'ry thing in tune. C - I'm Alabamy bound. There'll be no 'Heebie Jeebies' hangin' round. PD Reprint
Always
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Irving Berlin V - Ev'ry thing went wrong, and the whole day long I'd feel so blue C - I'll be loving you, Always. With a love that's true, Always. PD Reprint
Angry
Popular Song
1925 - w. Dudley Mecum, m. Henry Brunies, Merritt Brunies PD Reprint
Brown Eyes Why Are You Blue?
Popular Song
1925 - w. Alfred Bryan, m. George W. Meyer PD Reprint
By The Light Of The Stars
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. George A. Little, Arthur Sizemore, Larry Shay PD Reprint
Cecilia
Popular Song
1925 - w. Herman Ruby, m. Dave Dreyer V - Little Miss Cecilia Green, Little over sweet sixteen, But the cutest flapper that you've every seen. C - Does your Mother know you're out Cecilia! Does she know that I'm about to steal you. PD Reprint
Cheatin' On Me
Popular Song
1925 - w. Jack Yellen, m. Lew Pollack PD Reprint
Close Your Eyes
Popular Song
1925 - w. Larry Yoell, m. Charles Vincent PD Reprint
Collegiate
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Moe Jaffe, Nat Bonx PD Reprint
Dinah
Popular Song
1925 - w. Same Lewis, Joe Young, m. Harry Akst V - Carolina, Gave me Dinah, I'm the proudest one beneath the Dixie sun. C - Dinah, is there anyone finer in the state of Carolina, If there is and you know 'er, show 'er to me? PD Reprint
Don't Bring Lulu
Popular Song
1925 - w. Billy Rose, Lew Brown, m. Ray Henderson V - Your presence is requested wrote little Johnny White. But with this invitation there is a stipulation. C - You can bring Pearl, she's a darn nice girl, but don't bring Lulu. You can bring Rose with the turned up nose, but don't bring Lulu. PD Reprint
Everything Is Hotsy-Totsy Now
Popular Song
1925 - w. Irving Mills, m. Jimmy McHugh PD Reprint
Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue
Popular Song
1925 - w. Lewis & Young, m. Ray Henderson V - I just saw a maniac, maniac, maniac, Wild, and tearing his hair C - Five foot two, eyes of blue, But oh! what those five foot could do, Has anybody seen my girl? PD Reprint
I Miss My Swiss
Popular Song
1925 - w. L. Wolfe Gilbert, m. Abel Baer PD Reprint
I'm Gonna Charleston Back to Charleston
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Roy Turk, Lou Handman PD Reprint
I'm In Love Again
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Cole Porter PD Reprint
If You Knew Susie
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. B.G. De Sylva V - I have got a sweetie known as Susie. In the words of Shakespeare she's a 'wow' C - If you knew Susie like I know Susie Oh! Oh! Oh! What a girl. PD Reprint
Jimtown Blues
Popular Song
1925 - w. Fred Rose, m. Charlie Davis PD Reprint
Just A Little Drink
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Byron Gay PD Reprint
Let It Rain! Let It Pour! (I'll Be In Virginia In The Morning)
Popular Song
1925 - w. Cliff Friend, m. Walter Donaldson PD Reprint
Manhattan
Popular Song
1925 - Rogers & Hart PD Reprint
Midnight Waltz
Popular Song
1925 - w. Gus Kahn, m. Walter Donaldson PD Reprint
Milenberg Joys
Popular Song
1925 - m. Jelly Roll Morton PD Reprint
Montmartre Rose
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Tommy Lyman PD Reprint
Moonlight and Roses
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Edwin H. Lemare, Ben Black, Neil Moret V - When vesper bells are ringing, I hear sweet voices singing, As evening shadows fall. C - Moonlight and roses Bring wonderful mem'ries of you. My heart reposes In beautiful thoughts so true. PD Reprint
My Sweetie Turned Me Down
Popular Song
1925 - w. Gus Kahn, m. Walter Donaldson PD Reprint
New Orleans Blues
Popular Song
1925 - m. Ferd 'Jelly Roll' Morton PD Reprint
Pal of My Cradle Days
Popular Song
1925 - w. Marshall Montgomery, m. Al Piantadosi PD Reprint
Remember
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Irving Berlin PD Reprint
Riverboat Shuffle
Popular Song
1925 - m. Hoagy Carmichael & Irving Mills PD Reprint
Save Your Sorrow For Tomorrow
Popular Song
1925 - w. B.G.; De Sylva, m. Al Sherman PD Reprint
Sentimental Me (And Romantic You)
Popular Song
1925 - Rogers & Hart PD Reprint
Show Me The Way To Go Home
Popular Song
1925 - Irving King V - When I'm happy singing all the while. I don't need nobody then to show me how to smile. C - Show me the way to go home. I'm tired and I want to go to bed. I had a drink about an hour ago, And it's gone right to my head. PD Reprint
Shreveport Stomp
Popular Song
1925 - Jelly Roll Morton PD Reprint
So Am I
Popular Song
1925 - w. Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin PD Reprint
Sometime
Popular Song
1925 - w. Gus Kahn, m. Ted Fiorito PD Reprint
Swanee Butterfly
Popular Song
1925 - w. Bily Rose, m. Walter Donaldson PD Reprint
Sweet Georgia Brown
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard, Kenneth Casey V - She just got here yesterday. Things are hot here now they say. There's a big change in town. C - No gal made has got a shade On Sweet Georgia Brown. Two left feet but oh so neat has Sweet Georgia Brown. PD Reprint
Ukelele Lady
Popular Song
1925 - w. Gus Kahn, m. Richard A. Whiting PD Reprint
Who Takes Care of the Caretaker's Daughter
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Chick Endor PD Reprint
Why Do I Love You?
Popular Song
1925 - w. Ira Gershwin, Bud DeSylva, m. George Gershwin PD Reprint
Yearning (Just For You)
Popular Song
1925 - w.m. Benny Davis, Joe Burke PD Reprint
Yes Sir! That's My Baby
Popular Song
1925 - w. Gus Kahn, m. Walter Donaldson V - Who's that coming down the street? Who's that looking so petite? C - Yes, Sir, That's my Baby. No, Sir, Don't mean Maybe. Yes, Sir, That's my Baby now. PD Reprint
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