Nat Osborne 
Last updated: 03.11.17
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 25 works by Nat Osborne. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

Sing Hallelujah! or, Will the Congregation Please Stand Up (1902)
The Pickaninnies Paradise (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: Sam Ehrlich
I've Got to Go Now, 'cause I Think It's Goin to Rain (1903) wvicon.gif
Words by: E. Rose
Strolling 'round the Camp With Mary (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: Ballard MacDonald
Take Me Back to the Garden of Love (1911) wvicon.gif
Words by: E.R. Goetz
That Broadway Rag (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: William H. Smith
As Long As the Shamrock Grows Green (1912) wvicon.gif
Words by: J. Brockman
You're a Better Man Than I Am, Gunga-Din (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: Sam Ehrlich
When Time Has Tinged Your Golden Hair With Grey (1912) wvicon.gif
Words by: Frank Farren
In Soudan (1919) wvicon.gif
Words by: Ballard MacDonald
I'd Rather Be Kissed 'neath the Mistletoe Bough (1913) wvicon.gif
Words by: E. T. Farran
On a Little Farm in Normandie (1919) wvicon.gif
Words by: Ballard MacDonald
Take Me to Roseland, My Beautiful Rose (1913) wvicon.gif
Words by: Jack Strouse, Ed. Johnson
On the Old Ohio Shore (1919) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: R.A. King Words by: Ballard MacDonald
I'm a Fool Who Believed in You (1914) wvicon.gif
Words by: Grant Clark, Edgar Leslie
That Wonderful Kid From Madrid (1919) wvicon.gif
Words by: Ballard MacDonald
In Love's Garden, Just You and I (1914) wvicon.gif
Words by: Arthur Gillespie
When I Looked in Your Wonderful Eyes (1920) wvicon.gif
Words by: A. Stanley Dunkerley
Some Beautiful Morning (1915) wvicon.gif
Words by: James Brockman
You Tell 'em (1920)
Words by: A. Stanley Dunkerley
That's the Song of Songs For Me (1915) wvicon.gif
Words by: J. Goodwin
Take Me Back, Marguerite (1925) wvicon.gif
Words by: Bernie Grossman
Down on the Gypsy Trail (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: Sam Ehrlich
Beside a Blue Lagoon (1927) wvicon.gif
Words by: Monte Carlo
If They Ever Put a Tax on Love (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: Sam Ehrlich