Dimensions: approx. 9 x 12 inches
Edwin H. Morris & Company published this sheet music with words by Bob Hilliard and music by Phillip Springer. The cover features Frankie Laine. In 1951, he was signed by the biggest label of the time, Columbia Records, where he immediately scored a double-sided hit with the single “Jezebel”/”Rose, Rose, I Love You,” confirming his reputation as the premiere hit maker of the early 50s. Other Laine hits from this period include, “High Noon,” “Jealousy (Jalousie),” “The Girl in the Woods,” “When You’re in Love,” “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Granada,” “Hey Joe!,” “The Kid’s Last Fight,” “Cool Water,” “Someday,” and “Moonlight Gambler.” Music, for piano, vocals, ukulele and guitar, covers three inside pages. A small half-inch tear has been repaired with archival document tape on the right edge.