Whirl of the town. Any night on old Broadway
Schwartz, Jean, 1878-1956. “Whirl of the town. Any night on old Broadway.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 23 May 2022, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/32936. Accessed 1 Mar. 2024.
|Whirl of the town. Any night on old Broadway
|Any night on old Broadway : song / lyric by Harold Atteridge music by Jean Schwartz
|Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano
|From the musical The whirl of the town
|For voice and piano
|Cover illustrated by Starmer
|Back cover: Excerpts from The whirl of the town: How'd you like to put your head upon my pillow, You tickle me, C-h-i-c-a-g-o, and Any night on old Broadway
|Schwartz, Jean, 1878-1956
|New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co.
|Atteridge, Harold, 1886-1938. Lyricist.
|First line of text: There's a street of hip hurray and jingle
|Whirl of the town (Musical)
|Is Part Of
|Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University
VERSE: There’s a street of hip hurray and jingle./Where the cosmopolitans all mingle/There’s a street that mixes tears and laughter/For the world all comes to play/On the street they call Broadway
CHORUS: Any night any night on old Broadway/’Neath the light of the white boulevard/It’s just like a wonderful play/Sad for some for others so gay/Any night what a sight is old Broadway/As the throng goes along on its way/There are crooks and thieves and gamblers/Millionaires and midnight ramblers/Any night on old Broadway
|1 score (5 pages) 31 cm