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Norman, Karyl, [aka George Francis Peduzzi] lyric by Kayl Norman and Hyatt Berry, music by Edwin J. Weber

Nobody lied (when they said that I cried over you)

Nobody lied
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Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York. 1922, [6p] 9x12 inches, sheet music, scattered musical notations in pancil, several closed edge tears, with photo of Norman "The Creole Fashion Plate" in drag. Gay female impersonator and singer born in Baltimore in 1897. He billed himself as "The Creole Fashion Plate", and was known for his gowns, mostly made by his mother with whom he traveled. "All my life before me looks so dreary and so black, / I think I'll choose the river and I'll never come back..."

Cat.No: 122143

Price: $25.00

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