Starry Night to Ramble, A
DESCRIPTION: The singer lists the pleasures he enjoys. Noteworthy among them is courting with his sweetheart. But "Of all the games I love the best, that fill me with delight, I love to take a ramble upon a starry night."
EARLIEST DATE: 1927
KEYWORDS: courting rambling
FOUND IN: US Australia
REFERENCES (4 citations):
Meredith/Anderson, pp. 56-57, "A Starry Night to Ramble" (1 text, 1 tune)
Spaeth-WeepMore, pp. 94-95, "Starry Night for a Ramble" (1 text, 1 tune)
Gilbert, pp. 177-178, "A Starry Night for a Ramble" (1 text)
Meredith/Covell/Brown, pp. 52-53, "A Starry Night to Ramble" (1 tune)
NOTES: Gilbert reports that this was popularized by a performer named Dick Gorman, probably in the last years of the nineteenth century -- but offers no details of its authorship (if known), only a catalogue of Gorman's oddities. - RBW
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