Alfred Bryan  (1871-1958)
Last updated: 16.03.21
According to the Internet source given below, Alfred Bryan was a Canadian songwriter born in Ontario. A prolific and prominent lyricist of early Tin Pan Alley, he collaborated with some of the best composers including Percy Wenrich and Fred Fisher. His most enduring piece is Peg O' My Heart (1913) which he wrote with Fred Fisher. Some of his other works include Rainbow (1908) and It's A Cute Little Way Of My Own (1917) sung by Anna Held in Follow Me.

This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 18 works by Alfred Bryan (1871-1958). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Lad Who Went to War, A (w&m) 1905  wvicon.gif
Supposing I Make You Wait 'til We Get Married (w&m) 1912 Tempest & Sunshine (sung by)  wvicon.gif
If I Were the Ocean and You Were the Shore 1914 Jack Wells (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Over the Top 1917 Jack Wells (words)
Pete Wendling (words)
American Beauty 1918 Bea Curtis (sung by)  wvicon.gif
If You're Crazy About the Women You're Not Crazy at All (w&m) 1918 Edgar Leslie (co-author)
Harry Ruby (co-author)
When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France 1918 Cliff Hess (co-author)
Edgar Leslie (co-author)
Billie Burke (sung by)
Round on the End and High in the Middle, O-Hi-O (w&m) 1922 Bert Hanlon (co-author)
Frances White (sung by)
Song of India, A (w&m) 1922 by N. Rimsky Korsakow. English Version by Alfred Bryan  wvicon.gif
Blue Bonnet - You Make Me Feel Blue (w&m) 1926 Pete Wendling (co-author)
Harry Richman (co-author)
Mitchell Bros (sung by)
There's a Blue Ridge 'round My Heart, Virginia 1926 ra Shuster (words)  wvicon.gif
Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away (w&m) 1927 James V. Monaco (co-author)
Pete Wendling (words)
Kramer Twins (sung by)
Cogert & Motto (sung by)
I'd Like to Ride Away to a Little Hide-Away 1928 Al Hoffman (words)
Pete Wendling (words)
In the Sweet Bye and Bye 1928 Pete Wendling (co-author)
Francis Wheeler (co-author)
Laughing Water, Stop Your Crying 1928 Pete Wendling (words)
Francis Wheeler (words)
It's an Old Fashioned World After All 1934 George W Meye (co-author)
Pete Wendling (co-author)
Dolly Doolittle 1939 Doris Fisher (co-author)
Fred Fisher (co-author)
We'll Always Have Pearl Harbor (w&m) 1941 William Raskin (co-author)
Gerald Marks (co-author)