New York: 1953.
4 pages (with the inclusion of a rider), 16.25 x 8.5 inches -- a songwriter-publisher agreement from October 13, 1953, whereby Leon Carr and Hal David agree to allow Hometown Village Music to publish their composition "My Heart Goes" for 50 percent of all revenues collected. Additionally signed by Sidney Prosen, best remembered for discovering and recording Hank Williams and later Simon & Garfunkel. Horizontal folds; near fine condition.
Carr and David were two of the most successful and prolific composers from the 1940s to the 1960s. Both had tremendous success separately as well as working with such collaborators as Burt Bacharach and Sidney Prosen.