Published Popular Music
- "And the Angels Sing" w. Johnny Mercer m. Ziggy Elman
- "At Long Last Love" w.m. Cole Porter
- "At The Roxy Music Hall" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
- "Back Bay Shuffle" m. Artie Shaw & Teddy McRae
- "Be A Good Scout" w. Harold Adamson m. Jimmy McHugh Introduced by Deanna Durbin in the film That Certain Age
- "Big Noise From Winnetka" w.m. Ray Bauduc, Bob Crosby, Bob Haggart & Gil Rodin
- "The Biggest Aspidistra In The World" w.m. Thomas Connor, W. G. Haines & James S. Hancock
- "Bolero at the Savoy" w.m. Charles Carpenter, Gene Krupa & James Mundy
- "Boom!" w.m. E. Ray Goetz & Charles Trenet
- "Boomps-A-Daisy" w.m. Annette Mills
- "Boum !" w.m. Charles Trenet
- "Change Partners" w.m. Irving Berlin introduced by Fred Astaire in Carefree
- "Cherokee" m. Ray Noble
- "Cinderella, Stay In My Arms" w. Jimmy Kennedy m. Michael Carr
- "Colorado Sunset" Gilbert, Conrad
- "Daydreaming (All Night Long)" w. Johnny Mercer m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Rudy Vallee in the film Gold Diggers in Paris.
- "Dearest Love" w.m. Noël Coward
- "Deep In A Dream" w. Eddie De Lange m. James Van Heusen
- "Do You Wanna Jump Children?" w.m. James Van Heusen, Willie Bryant & Victor Selsman
- "Don't Be That Way" w. Mitchell Parish m. Edgar Sampson & Benny Goodman
- "Don't Let That Moon Get Away" w. Johnny Burke m. James V. Monaco
- "Don't Worry 'Bout Me" w. Ted Koehler m. Rube Bloom
- "Double Trouble" w. Leo Robin m. Ralph Rainger & Richard A. Whiting
- "Exhibition Swing" m. Chalmers Wood
- "F.D.R. Jones" w.m. Harold Rome. Introduced by Rex Ingram in the revue Sing Out the News.
- "Falling In Love With Love" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers. Introduced by Muriel Angelus in the musical The Boys from Syracuse. Performed in the 1940 film by Allan Jones.
- "Ferdinand the Bull" w. Larry Morey m. Albert Hay Malotte. Performed by Sterling Holloway in the animated film of the same name.
- "Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy)" w.m. Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart & Bud Green
- "Get Out of Town" w.m. Cole Porter from the musical Leave It to Me!
- "Hawaiian War Chant" w. (Eng) Ralph Freed m. Johnny Noble & Prince Leleiohaku
- "Heart And Soul" w. Frank Loesser m. Hoagy Carmichael
- "Hi-Yo Silver" Erickson, De Leath
- "Hold Tight – Hold Tight" w.m. Leonard Kent, Edward Robinson, Leonard Ware, Jerry Brandow & Willie Spotswood
- "Hong Kong Blues" w.m. Hoagy Carmichael
- "Hooray for Hollywood" w. Johnny Mercer m. Richard A. Whiting
- "I Can Dream, Can't I?" w. Irving Kahal m. Sammy Fain. Performed by Tamara in the 1938 musical Right This Way
- "I Hadn't Anyone Till You" w.m. Ray Noble
- "I Have Eyes" w. Leo Robin m. Ralph Rainger
- "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart" w. Henry Nemo, John Redmond & Irving Mills m. Duke Ellington
- "I Love To Whistle" Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh
- "I Married An Angel" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
- "I Must See Annie Tonight" w.m. Cliff Friend & Dave Franklin
- "I'll Be Seeing You" w. Irving Kahal m. Sammy Fain
- "I'll Tell the Man in the Street" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers. Introduced by Vivienne Segal and Walter Slezak in the musical I Married an Angel. Performed in the film version by Nelson Eddy.
- "I'm Gonna Lock My Heart" w. Jimmy Eaton m. Terry Shand
- "I'm In Love With Vienna" w. Oscar Hammerstein II m. Johann Strauss II
- "In A Little Toy Sailboat" Mandell, Littau
- "In My Little Red Book" w.m. Ray Bloch, Nat Simon & Al Stillman.
- "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams" w. Johnny Burke m. James V. Monaco
- "Jeepers Creepers" w. Johnny Mercer m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Louis Armstrong in the film Going Places.
- "Joseph! Joseph!" w.(Eng) Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin m. Nellie Casman & Samuel Steinberg
- "Jumpin' At The Woodside" m. Count Basie
- "Just Let Me Look at You" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jerome Kern. Introduced by Irene Dunne in the film Joy of Living
- "Knees Up Mother Brown" w.m. Harris Weston & Bert Lee
- "Love Walked In" w. Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin
- "March Of The Bob Cats" m. The Bob Cats
- "Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer" w. Johnny Mercer m. Ed Gallagher & Al Shean
- "Moments Like This w. Frank Loesser m. Burton Lane. Introduced by Florence George in the film College Swing.
- "Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love" w.m. Cole Porter. Introduced by Sophie Tucker in the musical Leave It to Me!
- "Music, Maestro, Please" w. Herb Magidson m. Allie Wrubel
- "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" w.m. Cole Porter. Introduced by Mary Martin in the musical Leave It to Me!. Miss Martin also performed it in the 1946 film Night and Day. Marilyn Monroe sang the song in the 1960 film Let's Make Love.
- "My Heart Is Taking Lessons" w. Johnny Burke m. James V. Monaco. Introduced by Bing Crosby in the film Doctor Rhythm
- "My Heaven On Earth" w. Charles Tobias m. Phil Baker & Samuel Pokrass. Introduced by Gertrude Niesen in the film Start Cheering
- "My Own" w. Harold Adamson m. Jimmy McHugh from the film That Certain Age
- "My Reverie" w.m. Larry Clinton
- "Nice People" w.m. Nat Mills & Fred Malcolm
- "Nightmare" m. Artie Shaw
- "Now it Can Be Told" w.m. Irving Berlin
- "Oh! Ma-Ma" w. (Eng) Lew Brown & Rudy Vallee m. Paolo Citorello
- "One Day When We Were Young" w. Oscar Hammerstein II m. Johann Strauss II arr. Tiomkin
- "The One I Love Will Come Along Some Day" w. Gus Kahn m. Bronislaw Kaper & Walter Jurmann. Introduced by Allan Jones in the film Everybody Sing
- "Paradise In The Moonlight" w.m. Gene Autry & Fred Rose from the film Western Jamboree
- "Penny Serenade" w. Hal Halifax m. Melle Weersma
- "Please Be Kind" w.m. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin
- "Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride" w. Johnny Mercer m. Richard A. Whiting
- "Rockin' The Town" w. Ted Koehler m. Johnny Green from the film Start Cheering
- "San Antonio Rose" m. Bob Wills
- "Says My Heart" w. Frank Loesser m. Burton Lane. Introduced by Harriet Hilliard with Harry Owens & his Orchestra in the film Cocoanut Grove
- "Sent For You Yesterday, And Here You Come Today" w.m. Count Basie, Eddie Dunham & Jimmy Rushing
- "September Song" w. Maxwell Anderson m. Kurt Weill
- "Shadows On The Moon" w. Gus Kahn m. Sigmund Romberg from the film The Girl Of The Golden West
- "Sing for Your Supper" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers. Introduced by Marcy Westcott, Muriel Angelus and Wynn Murray in the musical The Boys from Syracuse. Performed in the 1940 film by Martha Raye.
- "Small Fry" w. Frank Loesser m. Hoagy Carmichael. Introduced by Bing Crosby, Fred MacMurray and Donald O'Connor in the film Sing You Sinners.
- "Spring Is Here" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers. Introduced by Dennis King and Vivienne Segal in the musical I Married an Angel
- "Start Cheering" w. Milton Drake m. Ben Oakland. Introduced by Gertrude Niesen in the film Start Cheering.
- "The Stately Homes Of England" w.m. Noël Coward
- "Thanks for the Memory" w. Leo Robin m. Ralph Rainger
- "That Certain Age" w. Harold Adamson m. Jimmy McHugh from the film That Certain Age
- "This Can't Be Love" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
- "This Is My Night To Dream" w. Johnny Burke m. James V. Monaco
- "Ti-Pi-Tin" w.(Eng) Raymond Leveen (Sp) Maria Grever m. Maria Grever
- "Two Sleepy People" w. Frank Loesser m. Hoagy Carmichael
- "The Umbrella Man" w. James Cavanaugh m. Vincent Rose & Larry Stock
- "Undecided" w. Sid Robin m. Charlie Shavers
- "We're Off to See the Wizard" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Harold Arlen
- "When I Strut Away In My Cutaway" w.m. Jimmy Durante from the film Start Cheering
- "Where Are The Songs We Sung?" w.m. Noël Coward
- "Where The Dog Sits On The Tuckerbox" w.m. Jack O'Hagan
- "While A Cigarette Was Burning" w.m. Charles Kenny & Nick Kenny
- "Who Are We To Say? (Obey Your Heart)" w. Gus Kahn m. Sigmund Romberg from the film The Girl Of The Golden West
- "You Couldn't Be Cuter" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jerome Kern
- "You Go To My Head" w. Haven Gillespie m. J. Fred Coots
- "You Leave Me Breathless" w. Ralph Freed m. Friedrich Hollaender. Introduced by Fred MacMurray in the film Cocoanut Grove.
- "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby" w. Johnny Mercer m. Harry Warren
- "You're A Sweet Little Headache" w. Leo Robin m. Ralph Rainger
- "You're As Pretty As A Picture" w. Harold Adamson m. Jimmy McHughfrom the film That Certain Age
- "You're What's The Matter With Me" w.m. Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr. Introduced by Harry Richman and Evelyn Dall in the film Kicking the Moon Around.
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