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The  girls of the U.S.A

The girls of the U.S.A

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description

Summary

the words by Robert E. Haigh ; the music by George Graff, Jr. (statement of responsibility)
For voice and piano.
Staff notation. (language)
D77 World Music Publishing Corporation (music plate)

date_range

Date

01/01/1920
person

Contributors

Graff, George -- 1886-1973
Haigh, Robert E. (lyricist)
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Source

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