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Songs with ** after the title are in the Sweet Adelines Song Assessment Database and approved for use in Sweet Adelines performance.

For SMP Press titles, quartet pricing includes a set of 4 copies – quartets should purchase a quantity of 1. Choruses should purchase the number of copies needed for their group.

After You, Who? – ballad** (listen)
By Cole Porter.
Purchase from SMP Press — quartet | chorus
Tracks: Kim Newcomb (NewVoice Studio)

Aint Misbehavin’ – uptune** (listen)
By Fats Waller.
Purchase from SMP Press – quartet | chorus
Tracks: Kim Newcomb (NewVoice Studio)

Do the New York / I Got Rhythm Medley – uptune (listen)
Available for custom licensing through the Barbershop Harmony Society
Tracks: Jen Cooke

Everybody Step – uptune** (listen)
Song is public domain in the US (published 1921), but still under copyright in the rest of the world because of Irving Berlin’s death date (1989).
US customers: Contact me to purchase. Price is $3.00 per copy. I’ll invoice you via PayPal for the number of copies you need. Once I receive your payment I’ll send the music.
Customers from outside the US need to secure clearance from the copyright authorities in their home country.
Tracks: Donya Metzger

Nobody Knows How I Miss You, Dear Old Pals – ballad (listen)
World War I-era ballad about “my mother and dad, the best pals that I had”.
Song is public domain in the US (published 1919). The last composer died in 1953; in 2023 it will be public domain in countries with a copyright term of life + 70 years.
US customers: Contact me to purchase. Price is $3.00 per copy. I’ll invoice you via PayPal for the number of copies you need. Once I receive your payment I’ll send the music.
Customers from outside the US need to secure clearance from the copyright authorities in their home country.
Tracks: Jen Cooke

We Just Couldn’t Say Good-Bye – ballad
Written in the 1930s; later performed by Patti Page and others
Purchase from SMP Press quartet | chorus
Tracks: Melissa VanHousen (MelVan Tracks)

When My Baby Smiles At Me – uptune** (listen)
Song is from the 1920s; the arrangement was inspired by the version sung by BHS champions Michigan Jake.
Purchase from SMP Press quartet | chorus
Tracks: Kim Newcomb (NewVoice Studio)