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Academy Award nominations and winners

Winners
  • “Lullaby of Broadway” (1935) w. Al Dubin for Gold Diggers of 1935
  • “You’ll Never Know” (1943) w. Mack Gordon for Hello, Frisco, Hello
  • “On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” (1945) w. Johnny Mercer for The Harvey Girls
Nominations
  • “Remember Me?” (1937) w. Al Dubin for Mr. Dodd Takes The Air
  • “Jeepers Creepers” (1938) w. Johnny Mercer for Going Places
  • “Down Argentina Way” (1940) w. Mack Gordon for Down Argentine Way
  • “Chattanooga Choo Choo” (1941) w. Mack Gordon for Sun Valley Serenade
  • “I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo” (1942) w. Mack Gordon (1942) for Orchestra Wives
  • “Zing A Little Song” (1952) w. Leo Robin for Just For You
  • “That’s Amore” (1953) w. Jack Brooks for The Caddy
  • “An Affair To Remember” (1956) w. Harold Adamson and Leo McCarey for An Affair To Remember

Broadway

  • “Cheerful Little Earful” (1930) w. Ira Gershwin and Billy Rose for Sweet & Low
  • “Would You Like to Take a Walk?” (1930) w. Mort Dixon and Billy Rose for Sweet & Low
  • “I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store)” (1931) w. Billy Rose and Mort Dixon for Crazy Quilt
  • “Ooh That Kiss” (1931) w. Mort Dixon and Joe Young for The Laugh Parade
  • “The Torch Song” (1931), w. Dixon and Young for The Laugh Parade
  • “You’re My Everything” (1931) w. Dixon and Young for The Laugh Parade

 #1 hits

“Chattanooga Choo Choo”, released as a 78 by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra as RCA Bluebird B-11230-B, was no. 1 for 9 weeks on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1941-1942, selling 1.2 million copies.

  • “By the River Sainte Marie” (1931) w. Edgar Leslie
  • “Too Many Tears” (1932) w. Al Dubin
  • “I Found a Million Dollar Baby” (1932) w. Mort Dixon
  • “You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me” (1933) w. Al Dubin
  • “Forty-Second Street” (1933) w. Al Dubin
  • “Shadow Waltz” (1933) w. Al Dubin
  • “I’ll String Along With You” (1934) w. Al Dubin
  • “Lullaby of Broadway” (1935) w. Al Dubin
  • “She’s a Latin from Manhattan” (1935) w. Al Dubin
  • “I’ll Sing You a Thousand Love Songs” (1936) w. Al Dubin
  • “September in the Rain” (1937) w. Al Dubin
  • “With Plenty of Money and You” (1937) w. Al Dubin
  • “Remember Me?” (1937) w. Al Dubin
  • “Jeepers Creepers” (1938) w. Johnny Mercer
  • “You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby” (1938) w. Johnny Mercer
  • “Chattanooga Choo Choo” (1941) w. Mack Gordon
  • “My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?)” (1943) w. Mack Gordon
  • “I Had the Craziest Dream” (1943) w. Mack Gordon
  • “You’ll Never Know” (1943) w. Mack Gordon
  • “The More I See You” (1945) w. Mack Gordon
  • “On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” (1945) w. Johnny Mercer

[edit] Other songs from films

  • “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
  • “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

American songbook songs

Main article: Great American Songbook

In his book American Popular Song, Alec Wilder notes that Warren “wasn’t in the category as the best theater writers, but he certainly was among the foremost pop song writers.” He discusses songs he likes: “Would You Like To Take A Walk” (1930), “I Found A Million Dollar Baby” (1931), “You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me” (1932), “Summer Night” (1936), “There Will Never Be Another You” (1942), “Serenade in Blue” (1942), “At Last” (1942), “Jeepers Creepers” (1938), and “The More I See You” (1945).

Other popular songs
  • “Rose of the Rio Grande” (1922) w. Edgar Leslie m. with Ross Gorman
  • “(Home in) Pasadena” (1923) w.m. Harry Warren, Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie
  • “I Love My Baby” (1925) w. Bud Green (1925 version; 1956 version:
  • “I’m Lonely Without You” (1926) w. Bud Green
  • “Where Do You Work-a, John?” (1926) w. Mortimer Weinberg and Charley Marks
  • “Ya Gotta Know How to Love” (1926) w. Bud Green
  • “Away Down South in Heaven” (1927), W. Bud Green
  • “Nagasaki” (1928) w. Mort Dixon
  • “Where the Shy Little Violets Grow” (1928), w. Gus Kahn
  • “Absence Makes the heart Grow Fonder for Somebody Else” (1929), w. Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • “Telling It to the Daisies” (1930) w. Joe Young
  • “By the River Sainte Marie” (1931) w. Edgar Leslie
  • “Devil May Care” (1940) w. Johnny Burke

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