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  • “Cryin’ For the Carolines” (1929), w. Lewis and Young
  • “Have a Little Faith in Me” (1929), lyric by Lewis and Young
  • “Three’s a Crowd” (1932) w. Al Dubin and Irving Kahal for Crooner
  • “Too Many Tears” (1932) w. Al Dubin for Blessed Event
  • “You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me” (1932) w. Al Dubin for 42nd Street
  • “Forty-Second Street” (1933) w. Al Dubin for 42nd Street
  • “Shuffle Off to Buffalo” (1933) w. Al Dubin for 42nd Street
  • “Young and Healthy” (1933) w. Al Dubin for 42nd Street
  • “The Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Moulin Rouge
  • “Coffee in the Morning, Kisses in the Night” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Moulin Rouge
  • “Song of Surrender” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Moulin Rouge
  • “Build a Little Home” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Roman Scandals
  • “Keep Young and Beautiful” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Roman Scandals
  • “I’ve Got to Sing a Torch Song” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1933
  • “Pettin’ in the Park” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1933
  • “Remember My Forgotten Man” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1933
  • “Shadow Waltz” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1933
  • “We’re in the Money” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1933
  • “Honeymoon Hotel” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Footlight Parade
  • “Shanghai Lil” (1933) w. Al Dubin for Footlight Parade
  • “Dames” (1934) w. Al Dubin for Dames
  • “I Only Have Eyes for You” (1934) w. Al Dubin for Dames (1934 version:; Art Garfunkel 1975 version:
  • “Fair and Warmer” (1934) w. Al Dubin for Twenty Million Sweethearts
  • “I’ll String Along with You” (1934) w. Al Dubin for Twenty Million Sweethearts
  • “Wonder Bar” (1934) w. Al Dubin for Wonder Bar
  • “About a Quarter to Nine” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Go Into Your Dance
  • “Go Into Your Dance” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Go Into Your Dance
  • “She’s a Latin from Manhattan” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Go Into Your Dance
  • “Don’t Give Up the Ship” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Shipmates Forever
  • “I’d Love to Take Orders from You” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Shipmates Forever
  • “Lullaby of Broadway” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935 version; 1951 version:
  • “Lulu’s Back in Town” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Broadway Gondolier
  • “The Rose in Her Hair” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Broadway Gondolier
  • “September in the Rain” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Stars Over Broadway
  • “I’ll Sing You a Thousand Love Songs” (1936) w. Al Dubin for Cain and Mabel
  • “With Plenty of Money And You” (1936) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1937
  • “Am I in Love?” (1937) w. Al Dubin for Mr. Dodd Takes the Air (early edition:  published edition:
  • “Remember Me?” (1937) w. Al Dubin for Mr. Dodd Takes the Air
  • “Cause My Baby Says It’s So” (1937) w. Al Dubin for The Singing Marine
  • “I Know Now” (1937) w. Al Dubin for The Singing Marine [64]
  • “You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby” (1938) w. Johnny Mercer for Hard to Get
  • “Two Dreams Met” (1940) w. Mack Gordon for Down Argentine Way
  • “Boa Noite” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for That Night in Rio
  • “They Met in Rio (A Midnight Serenade)” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for That Night in Rio
  • “Chica Chica Boom Chic” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for That Night in Rio
  • “I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for That Night in Rio
  • “Chattanooga Choo Choo” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for Sun Valley Serenade
  • “I Know Why (and So Do You)” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for Sun Valley Serenade
  • “It Happened in Sun Valley” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for Sun Valley Serenade
  • “At Last” (1942) w. Mack Gordon for Sun Valley Serenade
  • “I Had the Craziest Dream” (1942) w. Mack Gordon for Springtime in the Rockies
  • “People Like You and Me” (1942) w. Mack Gordon for Orchestra Wives
  • “Serenade In Blue” (1942) w. Mack Gordon for Orchestra Wives
  • “That’s Sabotage” (1942) w. Mack Gordon for Orchestra Wives
  • “There Will Never Be Another You” (1942) w. Mack Gordon for Iceland (1942 version:  1966 version:
  • “A Journey to a Star” (1943) w. Leo Robin for The Gang’s All Here
  • “No Love, No Nothin’” (1943) w. Leo Robin for The Gang’s All Here
  • “My Heart Tells Me” (1943) w. Mack Gordon for Sweet Rosie O’Grady
  • “You’ll Never Know” (1943) w. Mack Gordon for Hello, Frisco, Hello
  • “I Wish I Knew” with lyrics by Mack Gordon (1945) for Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe
  • “On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” (1945) w. Johnny Mercer for The Harvey Girls (sheet music version:; Judy’s entrance:
  • “The More I See You” (1945) w. Mack Gordon for Diamond Horseshoe
  • “This Heart of Mine” (1946) w. Arthur Freed for Ziegfeld Follies
  • “Shoes With Wings On” (1948) w. Ira Gershwin for The Barkleys of Broadway
  • “My One and Only Highland Fling” (1949) w. Ira Gershwin for The Barkleys of Broadway
  • “(The Same Thing Happens with) The Birds and the Bees” (1956) Mack David for The Birds and the Bees
  • “I’ve Come to California” (1957) w. Harold Adamson for The Californians television series on NBC

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