Originally sung in 1910 by Enrico Caruso, For You Alone written by P. J. O’Reilly and composed by Henry E. Geehl, must have been a popular tune in the early 1900s because there are several versions published on line. It must have been of some popularity.
Here is the 1910 recording as well as a later one performed by Jussi Björling in 1937.
Dad’s sheet music has the name, Chamberlain written in script on the first page, so I’m going to have to ask him about that.
FOR YOU ALONE (P.J. O'Reilly / Henry E. Geehl - 1909) Enrico Caruso - 1911 Also recorded by: Richard Tauber; Mario Lanza; Richard Crooks; Jussi Bjorling; Joe Lovano. Take thou this rose This little tender rose The rarest flower In all God's garden fair And let it be While yet its crimson glows An emblem of the love I proudly bear Take thou this heart The heart that loves thee well And let it flame Before thy shrine, my own Take thou my heart For oh, your dear eyes tell God fashioned it for you For you alone