This songbook contains more than 50 of the biggest hits of the 1940s. Each song is sure to spark a memory or create a new one for pianists and vocalists of all ages. For practice, performance, or pleasure, play and sing your way through your favorite decade in pop music history Titles: The Anniversary Waltz (Vera Lynn) * As Time Goes By (Dooley Wilson) * At Last (Glenn Miller) * Ballerina (Vaughn Monroe) * Blues in the Night (Woody Herman) * Chattanooga Choo Choo (Glenn Miller) * Don't Fence Me In (Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters) * Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (The Andrews Sisters) * Elmer's Tune (Glenn Miller) * Enjoy Yourself (Guy Lombardo) * Fools Rush In (Glenn Miller) * A Gal in Calico (Johnny Mercer) * How About You? (Tommy Dorsey) * How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (Buddy Clark) * How High the Moon (Benny Goodman) * I Fall in Love Too Easily (Frank Sinatra) * I'll Walk Alone (Dinah Shore) * I'm in Love (Doris Day) * Imagination (Glenn Miller) * It's Magic (Doris Day) * I've Heard That Song Before (Harry James) * La Vie en Rose (Edith Piaf) * Laura (Woody Herman) * Mam'selle (Art Lund) * The More I See You (Dick Haymes) * Near You (Francis Craig) * New York, New York (Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, & Jules Munshin) * Oh What It Seemed to Be (Frank Sinatra) * The Old Lamp-Lighter (Sammy Kaye) * Only Forever (Bing Crosby) * Paper Doll (The Mills Brothers) * Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Guy Lombardo) * Red Roses for a Blue Lady (Vaughn Monroe) * Serenade in Blue (Glenn Miller) * Speak Low (Guy Lombardo) * Straighten Up and Fly Right (Nat "King" Cole) * Swinging on a Star (Bing Crosby) * Take the "A" Train (Duke Ellington) * Taking a Chance on Love (Benny Goodman) * That Lucky Old Sun (Frankie Laine) * Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) (Bing Crosby) * The Trolley Song (Judy Garland) * You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (Dinah Shore) * You'll Never Know (Dick Haymes) * Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (James Baskett).