1941 in Music - Published Popular Music

Published Popular Music

  • "All That Meat And No Potatoes" w.m. Fats Waller & Ed Kirkeby
  • "The Anniversary Waltz" w. Al Dubin m. Dave Franklin
  • "Apollo Jump" m. Ernest Puree, Prince Robinson & Lucius "Lucky" Millinder
  • "Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry" w. Johnny Mercer m. Victor Schertzinger
  • "Baby Mine" w. Ned Washington m. Frank Churchill
  • "Be Honest With Me" w.m. Fred Rose & Gene Autry
  • "Blue Champagne" w.m. Jimmy Eaton, Grady Watts & Frank Ryerson
  • "Blues In The Night" w. Johnny Mercer m. Harold Arlen
  • "Boa Noite" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Warren
  • "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" w.m. Don Raye & Hughie Prince
  • "Botch-A-Me" w. (Eng) Eddie Stanley (Ital) R. Morbelli & L. Astore m. R. Morbelli & L. Astore
  • "Casey Junior" w. Ned Washington m. Frank Churchill from the animated feature Dumbo
  • "Chattanooga Choo Choo" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Warren
  • "Cherry" w.m. Charles N. Daniels
  • "Chica Chica Boom Chic" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Warren
  • "Could You Please Oblige Us with a Bren Gun?" w.m. Noël Coward
  • "Daddy" w.m. Bobby Troup
  • "Deep in the Heart of Texas" w. June Hershey m. Don Swander
  • "Down Forget-Me-Not Lane" w.m. Horatio Nicholls, Charlie Chester & Reg Morgan
  • "Elmer's Tune" w.m. Elmer Albrecht, Sammy Gallop & Dick Jurgens
  • "Everything Happens To Me" w. Tom Adair m. Matt Dennis
  • "Five Guys Named Moe" w. Larry Wynn m. Jerry Bresler
  • "God Bless The Child" w.m. Arthur Herzog Jr & Billie Holiday
  • "Goodbye Mama, I'm Off To Yokohama" w.m. J. Fred Coots
  • "He Wears A Pair Of Silver Wings" w. Eric Maschwitz m. Michael Carr
  • "Hey Little Hen" w.m. Ralph Butler & Noel Gay
  • "How About You?" w. Ralph Freed m. Burton Lane
  • "Humpty Dumpty Heart" w. Johnny Burke m. James Van Heusen
  • "The Hut-Sut Song" w.m. Leo V. Killion, Ted McMichael & Jack Owens, The Cruising Crooner
  • "I Could Write a Book" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers. Introduced by Gene Kelly and Leila Ernst in the musical Pal Joey. Performed in the 1953 film version by Frank Sinatra.
  • "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire" w.m. Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjamin & Eddie Durham
  • "I Don't Want To Walk Without You" w. Frank Loesser m. Jule Styne
  • "I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)" w. Paul Francis Webster m. Duke Ellington
  • "I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest" w. Mickey Stoner & Martin Block m. Harold Green
  • "I Know Why (And So Do You)" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Warren
  • "I Remember You" w. Johnny Mercer m. Victor Schertzinger
  • "I Said No!" w. Frank Loesser m. Jule Styne
  • "I See A Million People" w. Robert Sour m. Una Mae Carlisle
  • "I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Warren
  • "I'll Remember April" w. Don Raye & Patricia Johnston m. Gene De Paul
  • "It Happened In Sun Valley" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Warren
  • "It's So Peaceful In The Country" w.m. Alec Wilder
  • "I Understand" w. Kim Gannon m. Mabel Wayne
  • "I've Got Sixpence" w.m. Elton Box & Desmond Cox
  • "Jenny" (aka "The Saga of Jenny") w. Ira Gershwin m. Kurt Weill. Introduced by Gertrude Lawrence in the musical Lady in the Dark. Performed in the 1944 film version by Ginger Rogers
  • "Jersey Bounce" m. Bobby Plater, Tiny Bradshaw, Edward Johnson & Robert B. Wright
  • "Jim" w. Nelson Shawn m. Caesar Petrillo & Edward Ross
  • "Kiss The Boys Goodbye" w. Frank Loesser m. Victor Schertzinger
  • "Knock Me A Kiss" w.m. Mike Jackson
  • "Let's All Meet At My House" w. Johnny Burke m. James Van Heusen
  • "Let's Get Away from It All" w. Tom Adair m. Matt Dennis
  • "Let's Not Talk About Love" w.m. Cole Porter
  • "London Pride" w.m. Noël Coward
  • "Ma! I Miss Your Apple Pie" w.m. Carmen Lombardo & John Jacob Loeb
  • "Misirlou" w. (Eng) Milton Leeds, S. K. Russell & Fred Wise m. N. Roubanis
  • "Moonlight Cocktail" w. Kim Gannon m. C. Luckeyth "Lucky" Roberts
  • "My Adobe Hacienda" w.m. Louise Massey & Lee Penny
  • "My Ship" w. Ira Gershwin m. Kurt Weill
  • "My Sister and I" w.m. Hy Zaret, Joan Whitney & Alex Kramer
  • "Oh! Look at Me Now" w. John De Vries m. Joe Bushkin
  • "Please Take A Letter Miss Brown" Paul Cunningham, Ernie Burnett
  • "Racing With The Moon" w. Vaughn Monroe & Pauline Pope m. Johnny Watson
  • "Rancho Pillow" Charles Newman & Allie Wrubel
  • "Remember Pearl Harbor" w.m. Don Reid & Sammy Kaye
  • "Road To Zanzibar" w. Johnny Burke m. Jimmy Van Heusen from the film Road To Zanzibar
  • "Rose O'Day" w.m. Charles Tobias & Al Lewis
  • "Sand In My Shoes" w. Frank Loesser m. Victor Schertzinger
  • "The Shrine Of Saint Cecilia" w. Carroll Loveday m. Nils Perne (Jokern)
  • "A Sinner Kissed An Angel" w. Mack David m. Larry Shayne
  • "Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat" w.m. Leon René, Otis René & Emerson Scott
  • "So Near and Yet So Far" w.m. Cole Porter. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film You'll Never Get Rich.
  • "Starlight Serenade" w.m. Sonny Miller, Frederick Tysh & Hans May
  • "The Story Of A Starry Night" w.m. Jerry Livingston, Al Hoffman & Mann Curtis
  • "A String Of Pearls" w. Eddie De Lange m. Jerry Gray
  • "Sun Valley Jump" m. Jerry Gray from the film Sun Valley Serenade
  • "Take The "A" Train" w.m. Billy Strayhorn
  • "Tangerine" w. Johnny Mercer m. Victor Schertzinger
  • "Tenement Symphony" w. Sid Kuller & Ray Golden m. Hal Borne
  • "That Lovely Weekend" w.m. Ted Heath & Moira Heath
  • "There Goes That Song Again" Allie Wrubel
  • "There, I've Said It Again" w.m. Redd Evans & Dave Mann
  • "This Is New" w. Ira Gershwin m. Kurt Weill
  • "This Time the Dream's on Me" w. Johnny Mercer m. Harold Arlen. Introduced by Priscilla Lane in the film Blues in the Night.
  • "(Lights Out) 'Til Reveille" w. Stanley Cowan m. Stanley Cowan & Bobby Worth
  • "Tonight We Love" w. Bobby Worth m. Freddy Martin & Ray Austin
  • "Tschaikovsky ( And Other Russians)" w. Ira Gershwin m. Kurt Weill. Introduced by Danny Kaye in the musical Lady in the Dark
  • "Two In Love" w.m. Meredith Willson
  • "Violets For Your Furs" w. Tom Adair m. Matt Dennis
  • "The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid" w.m Johnny Mercer
  • "Walking the Floor Over You" w.m. Ernest Tubb
  • "We're The Couple In The Castle" w. Frank Loesser m. Hoagy Carmichael
  • "When I See an Elephant Fly" w. Ned Washington m. Oliver Wallace
  • "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again" w.m. Wiley Walker & Gene Sullivan
  • "When They Sound The Last All Clear" w.m. Hugh Charles, Louis Elton
  • "(There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover" w. Nat Burton m. Walter Kent
  • "Why Don't We Do This More Often?" w. Charles Newman m. Allie Wrubel
  • "Winter Weather" w.m. Ted Shapiro
  • "You And I" w.m. Meredith Willson
  • "You Don't Know What Love Is" w. Don Raye m. Gene De Paul

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