How an old, old song can bring you new, new cash...
In 1855, a Philadelphia music teacher and music store owner named Septimus Winner published a song under a pseudonym, "Alice Hawthorne," called "Listen to the Mocking Bird." Fifty years later, this catchy little ditty had sold over 20 million copies (as sheet music).
The song is about a dearly departed love, Hallie. The mockingbird is "still singing o'er her grave... where the weeping willows wave."
How does this sad love song help you rake in the cash with your copy?