Alfred Solman  (1868-1937)
Last updated: 07.04.21
This list is arranged by title and contains 3 lyrics written by Alfred Solman. The lyrics/monologues and *.pdf files have been kindly compiled by
     Title Attribution Remarks
url15.gif Bird on Nellie's Hat, The Alfred Solman (music)
Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Madie Scott (sung by)
Ada Reeve (sung by)
url15.gif School Strike, The Alfred Solman (words & music)
Madie Scott (sung by)
url15.gif You Splash Me and I'll Splash You Alfred Solman (music)
Arthur J Lamb (words)
Alice Lloyd (sung by)
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 77 works by Alfred Solman (1868-1937). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Under the Mistletoe-Bough 1898 Oliver Collins (words)  wvicon.gif
If I Thought You Loved Another 1899 Arthur Gillespie (words)
Lenore, My Own Lenore 1901 James O'Dea (words)
In the Valley Where the Bluebirds Sing 1902 Monroe H. Rosenfeld (words)  wvicon.gif
Land of Rest, The 1902 Mark Meredith (words)
Nellie Dunbar (sung by)
Girl With the Changeable Eyes, The 1903 Estella M. Acres (words)
Clean Hands Tainted Gold (w&m) 1904
In Sweet Loveland 1904 Joan Haden (words)  wvicon.gif
Lily or the Rose?, The 1904 Monroe H. Rosenfeld (words)
Lora Rogers (sung by)
Little Girl You'll Do 1905 Benjamin Hapgood Burt (words)
Harry Fairleigh (sung by)
Milo (w&m) 1905 Benj. H. Burt (co-author)
Julie McKree (co-author)
Social in the Parlor, A 1905 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Alexandria 1906 John B. Lowitz (words)
Sophie Brandt (sung by)
Bird on Nellie's Hat, The 1906 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Madie Scott (sung by)
Ada Reeve (sung by)
Thomas Q. Seabrooke (sung by)
Linger Longer Girl, The 1906 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Lonesome Little Maid 1906 Benjamin Hapgood Burt (words)
Sophie Brandt (sung by)
Ontario 1906
When the Snow Birds Cross the Valley 1906 Monroe H. Rosenfeld (words)  wvicon.gif
All She Gets From the Iceman Is Ice 1907 Arthur J Lamb (words)
Connie Ediss (sung by)
Flowers Outside the Café, The 1907 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Heart You Lost in Maryland, You'll Find in Tennessee 1907 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Hymns of the Old Church Choir 1907 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
When the Harbor Lights Are Burning 1907 Alfred Bryan (words)
You Splash Me and I'll Splash You 1907 Arthur J Lamb (words)
Alice Lloyd (sung by)
Central! Give Me New York Town 1908 Wm. Mahoney (words)
Golden Stairs, The 1908 alfred solman1 (words)
If I Had a Thousand Lives to Live 1908 Sylvester Maguire (words)
It Always Comes With the Summer 1908 Arthur J Lamb (words)
Only an Old Fashioned Cottage 1908 J HaydenClarendon (words)
Darling Make Me Dreamy 1909 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Bessie Wynn (sung by)
Oh! Say! Doctor! 1909 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Lucy Weston (sung by)
Follow the Car Tracks 1910 Ballard MacDonald (words)  wvicon.gif
You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine 1910 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
By the Old Cathedral Door 1912 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
In Old Ireland, Meet Me There 1912 WM. H Clifford (words)
Mary Was My Mother's Name 1912 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Tom McKenna (sung by)
Mine 1912 James W. McGee (words)
Paul Benedek (words)
William Wade Hinshaw (sung by)
Ocean Never Sleeps, The 1912 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Howard Hall (sung by)
There's a Girl in Old Missouri Who Is Waiting to Be Shown 1912 Will D. Cobb (words)
We're Ready For Teddy Again 1912 Harry D Kerr (words)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
When the Old Folks Were Young Folks 1912 Arthur J Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Why Did You Make Me Care? 1912 Sylvester Maguire (words)  wvicon.gif
If I Could Live to Love You 1913 Paul Benedek (words)
Ship of My Dreams 1913 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
That's the Reason I Want You 1913 Alfred Bryan (words)
Bessie Knowles (sung by)
Would You Take Me Back Again? 1913 Arthur J. Lamb (words)
Dorothy Stone (sung by)
Faust &. Williams (sung by)
All on Account of You 1914 David Berg (words)
It May Be Far to Tipperary 1914 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Mother Is the Bravest Hero of Them All 1914 Schuyler Greene (words)  wvicon.gif
You May Be the World to a World of Friends But You're 1914 Jeff Branen (words)  wvicon.gif
You're More Than the World to Me 1914 Jeff Branen (words)
Nonette (sung by)
My Own Home Town in Ireland 1915 Bartley Costello (words)  wvicon.gif
School Strike, The (w&m) 1915 Madie Scott (sung by)
World Was Not Built in a Day, The 1915 Schuyler Greene (words)
I'm on the Road to Happiness 1916 Sidney Malcolm (words)  wvicon.gif
There's a Quaker Down in Quaker Town 1916 David Berg (words)  wvicon.gif
Come Back Home 1917 Andrew B. Sterling (words)  wvicon.gif
If This Should Be Our Last Good Bye 1917 Bernie Grossmann (words)  wvicon.gif
Just a Little Cottage in the Country Calling: Come Back Home 1917 Andrew B. Sterling (words)
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My Yankee Boy 1917 Bernie Grossman (words)
Billy Frisch (words)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
You'd Close the Gates of Heaven f You Closed Your 1917 David Berg (words)  wvicon.gif
Under the Blue Skies of France 1918 Arthur J Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
House at the End of the Lane, The 1919 Bernard Grossman (words)
That's Why I Can't Forget 1919 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Gibraltar 1920 Arthur J Lamb (words)
In the Glow of the Harvest Moon 1920 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
Bells of the Sea 1922 Lamb (words)
Arthur J. (words)
Little Lost Rolling Stone 1923 Leslie Moore (words)
Joseph Martell (sung by)
Waltz in the Moonlight and You, A 1924 Mitchell Parish (words)  wvicon.gif
World Is Such a Lonesome Place, The 1925 Harold Christy (words)  wvicon.gif
You Can't Be a Good Little Fellow and Still Be a Good Little Girl 1925 Jack Stanley (words)
Carl Perillo (words)
Blame It on the Waltz 1926 Gus Kahn (words)  wvicon.gif
That's What I Call Heaven (w&m) 1929 George Brown (co-author)
Dale Wimbrow (co-author)
Little Sweetheart of the Prairie 1931 George Brown (co-author)  wvicon.gif
When the Bell in the Lighthouse Rings Ding, Dong 1932 Arthur J. Lamb (words)  wvicon.gif
I Will Love Thee More and More ? Arthur Gillespie (words)
With the ''Last Rose of Summer'' I'll Come Back to You ? Bob Morris (words)