Clarence Gaskill  (1892-1947)
Last updated: 02.11.17
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 28 works by Clarence Gaskill (1892-1947). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

I'm the Guy (1912) wvicon.gif
Uncle Sammy at the Piano (1923) wvicon.gif
Three Cheers: Base-Ball Is a Grand Old Game (1912)
Words by: Billy Parker
Doo Wacka Doo (1924) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: Will Donaldson Words by: George Horther
All I Want Is a Beautiful Girl (1913)
Words by: Gustav Benkhart, Al Dubin
Nobody's Business (1925) wvicon.gif
Words by: Irving Mills
The Caterpillar Crawl (1913) wvicon.gif
I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me (1926) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: Jimmy McHugh
When I Get Married To-Day (1913) wvicon.gif
I Don't Mind Being All Alone (1926)
Co-Authors: Jimmy McHugh, Irving Mills
Mister Whitney's Little Jitney Bus (1915)
Words by: A. Seymour Brown
I Love to Dunk a Hunk of Sponge Cake (1928) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
Little Colleen (1917) wvicon.gif
Words by: Alfred Dubin
I'm Wild About Horns on Automobiles (1928)
That's a Mother's Liberty Loan (1917)
Words by: Mayo & Tally
Eddie Cantor's Automobile Horn Song (1929) wvicon.gif
Co-Authors: Charles Tobias, Bennett and Carlton.
As You Were (1918) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
Baby Lindy (1930)
Words by: Irving Mills
I Thank You Mr. Hoover (1918)
The Mug Song (1930) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill Words by: Clarence Gaskill
I've Got the Blues For My Kentucky Home (1920) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
Another Perfect Day Has Passed Away (1933) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
Arr. by Haia Kaa & R. H Noeltner
I've Got the Red, White and Blues (1921) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
Shepherd of the Air (1933) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
Kentucky Blues (1921) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Gaskill
President Harry S. Truman March (1945) wvicon.gif
Happy and Go - Lucky in My Old Kentucky Home (1923)
Somewhere in Dixie Land (n.d.)
Words by: Bubin, Shisler