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An Irving Berlin Songography


Marie From Sunny Italy (12 Oct 1907) [lyric only; music by M. Nicholson]


Best Of Friends Must Part, The (6 Feb 1908)
Queenie (29 Feb 1908) [with Maurice Abrahams]


Dorando (11 Mar 1909)
I Didn't Go Home At All (13 Mar 1909) [Edgar Leslie]
No One Could Do It Like My Father! (2 Apr 1909) [Ted Snyder]
Sadie Salome (Go Home) (2 Apr 1909) [Edgar Leslie]
My Wife's Gone To The Country (Hurrah! Hurrah!) (18 Jun 1909) [George Whiting & Ted Snyder]
Oh, What I Know About You (2 July 1909) ["By Jos. H. McKeon, Harry M. Piano, W. Raymond Walker" with lyrics rewritten by an uncredited Irving Berlin]
Just Like The Rose (2 Jul 1909) [Al Piantadosi]
Someone's Waiting For Me (We'll Wait, Wait, Wait) (2 July 1909) [Edgar Leslie]
Do Your Duty Doctor! (Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Doctor) (6 Aug 1909) [Ted Snyder]
Goodbye, Girlie, And Remember Me (6 Aug 1909) [George W. Meyer]
Wild Cherries (12 Aug 1909) [Ted Snyder]
Oh! Where Is My Wife To-Night? (16 Sep 1909) [George Whiting and Ted Snyder]
She Was A Dear Little Girl (5 Oct 1909) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in The Boys and Betty]
Some Little Something About You (14 Oct 1909) [Ted Snyder]
I Wish That You Was My Gal, Molly (14 Oct 1909) [Ted Snyder]
If I Thought You Wouldn't Tell (14 Oct 1909) [Ted Snyder]
Next To Your Mother, Who Do You Love? (26 Oct 1909) [Ted Snyder]
Stop That Rag (Keep on Playing, Honey) (24 Nov 1909) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in The Jolly Bachelors]
Yiddle, On Your Fiddle, Play Some Ragtime (30 Nov 1909)
Christmas-Time Seems Years And Years Away (2 Dec 1909) [Ted Snyder]
I Just Came Back To Say Good Bye (8 Dec 1909)
That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune (22 Dec 1909)
Someone Just Like You (22 Dec 1909) [Ted Snyder]
Before I Go And Marry, I Will Have a Talk with You (31 Dec 1909)


Goodbye, Becky Cohen [written for and performed by Fannie Brice who never recorded it; Berlin never copyrighted it; it appears to be a lost song]
Telling Lies (14 Jan 1910) [Henrietta Blanke Belcher]
Sweet Marie, Make-A Rag-A-Time Dance Wid Me (18 Jan 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in The Jolly Bachelors]
If The Managers Only Thought The Same As Mother (15 Feb 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in The Jolly Bachelors]
When You Play That Piano, Bill! (16 Mar 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Draggy Rag (13 Apr 1910)
Angelo (13 Apr 1910)
Dear Mayme, I Love You (18 Apr 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Grizzly Bear (19 Apr 1910) [George Botsford; interpolated in Ziegfeld Follies of 1910]
Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (23 Apr 1910)
That Opera Rag (28 Apr 1910) [Ted Snyder]
I'm A Happy Married Man (2 May 1910) [Ted Snyder]
I Love You More Each Day (19 May 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Alexander And His Clarinet (19 May 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Sweet Italian Love (9 Jun 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in Up and Down Broadway]
Try It On Your Piano (7 Jul 1910)
Oh, That Beautiful Rag (7 Jul 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in Up and Down Broadway]
Kiss Me My Honey, Kiss Me (3 Aug 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Is There Anything Else I Can Do For You? (3 Aug 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Thank You, Kind Sir! Said She (31 Aug 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in Jumping Jupiter]
Yiddisha Eyes (8 Sep 1910)
Colored Romeo (14 Sep 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Stop, Stop, Stop (Come Over and Love Me Some More) (17 Sep 1910)
Herman Let's Dance That Beautiful Waltz (24 Sep 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in Two Men and a Girl]
Piano Man (5 Oct 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Innocent Bessie Brown (5 Oct 1910)
Oh How That German Could Love (5 Oct 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in The Girl and the Wizard]
I'm Going On A Long Vacation (12 Oct 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Dreams, Just Dreams (12 Oct 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Bring Back My Lena To Me (20 Oct 1910) [Ted Snyder]
Wishing (17 Dec 1910) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in Two Men and a Girl]
That Kazzatsky Dance (19 Dec 1910)


Dat's-A My Gal (14 Jan 1911)
That Dying Rag (18 Feb 1911) [Bernie Adler]
Alexander's Ragtime Band (18 Mar 1911)
Virginia Lou (20 Mar 1911) [Earl Taylor]
When I'm Alone I'm Lonesome (25 Mar 1911)
That Monkey Tune (25 Mar 1911)
I Beg Your Pardon, Dear Old Broadway (28 Mar 1911) [Interpolated in Folies Bergere]
Whistling Rag, The (31 Mar 1911)
When You're In Town (11 Apr 1911) [Interpolated in A Real Girl]
Business Is Business (21 Apr 1911)
Down To The Folies Bergere (24 Apr 1911) [Vincent Bryan,Ted Snyder; interpolated in Folies Bergere]
Spanish Love (24 Apr 1911) [Vincent Bryan & Ted Snyder; interpolated in Folies Bergere]
When It Rains, Sweetheart, When It Rains (29 Apr 1911)
Don't Put Out The Light (6 May 1911) [Edgar Leslie]
Molly O! Oh, Molly! (13 May 1911)
When You Kiss An Italian Girl (16 Jun 1911)
Ephraham Played Upon The Piano (20 Jun 1911) [Vincent Bryan]
You've Built A Fire Down In My Heart (20 Jun 1911)
Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree! (27 Jun 1911) [Vincent Bryan]
Run Home And Tell Your Mother (29 Jun 1911)
After The Honeymoon (31 Aug 1911) [Ted Snyder]
That Mysterious Rag (31 Aug 1911) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in A Real Girl]
One O'Clock In The Morning I Get Lonesome (16 Sep 1911) [Ted Snyder; interpolated in A Real Girl]
There's A Girl In Havana (19 Sep 1911) [E. Ray Goetz & Ted Snyder; interpolated in The Newer Homes]
Don't Take Your Beau To The Seashore (22 Sep 1911) [E. Ray Goetz; interpolated in Fascinating Widow ]
Dog Gone That Chilly Man (30 Sep 1911)
Ragtime Violin! (6 Oct 1911)
Yiddisha Nightingale (7 Oct 1911)
My Melody Dream (14 Oct 1911)
Everybody's Doin' It Now (2 Nov 1911)
You've Got Me Hypnotized (2 Nov 1911)
Bring Back My Lovin' Man (16 Nov 1911)
Sombrero Land (17 Nov 1911) [E. Ray Goetz, Ted Snyder; interpolated in Winter Garden show]
Cuddle Up (24 Nov 1911) [Interpolated in A Real Girl]
Bring Me A Ring In The Spring and I'll Know That You Love Me (5 Dec 1911)
He Promised Me (12 Dec 1911)
Meet Me To-Night (12 Dec 1911)
Yankee Love (15 Dec 1911) [E. Ray Goetz]
How Do You Do It, Mabel, On Twenty Dollars A Week? (19 Dec 1911)


Pick, Pick, Pick, Pick On The Mandolin, Antonio (2 Jan 1912)
I Want To Be In Dixie (18 Jan 1912) [alternate title: I'm Going Back to Dixie; Ted Snyder; interpolated in She Knows Better Know; sung by Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Rosina Lawrence in 1937 film Way Out West]
Take A Little Tip From Father (20 Jan 1912) [Ted Snyder]
Ragtime Mocking Bird (25 Jan 1912)
I'm Afraid, Pretty Maid, I'm Afraid (6 Feb 1912)
Alexander's Bag-PipeBand (24 Feb 1912) [E.Ray Goetz & A.Baldwin Sloane; interpolated in Hokey-Pokey]
Spring And Fall (24 Feb 1912)
Opera Burlesque (24 Feb 1912) [based on the Sextette from Lucia di Lammermoor; interpolated in Hanky Panky]
I've Got To Have Some Lovin' Now (4 Mar 1912)
Society Bear (1 Apr 1912) [Interpolated in Winter Garden show]
Lead Me To That Beautiful Band (18 Apr 1912) [E. Ray Goetz]
Million Dollar Ball, The (6 May 1912) [E. Ray Goetz; interpolated in Hanky Panky]
That's How I Love You (13 May 1912)
Antonio (13 May 1912)
True Born Soldier Man, A (15 May 1912)
Fiddle-Dee-Dee (version 1)(27 May 1912) [E. Ray Goetz]
Becky's Got A Job In A Musical Show (6 Jun 1912)
When Johnson's Quartette Harmonize (11 Jun 1912)
Ragtime Jockey Man, The (11 Jun 1912)
Fiddle-Dee-Dee (version 2) (27 May 1912) [E. Ray Goetz]
Call Again! (17 Jun 1912)
Elevator Man, Going Up, Going Up, Going Up, Going Up!, The (5 July 1912)
Ragtime Soldier Man (12 Jul 1912)
Keep Away From The Fellow Who Owns An Automobile (9 Aug 1912)
When I'm Thinking Of You (27 Sep 1912)
Come Back To Me, My Melody (8 Oct 1912) [Ted Snyder]
Do It Again (9 Oct 1912)
Little Bit Of Everything, A (18 Oct 1912)
Hiram's Band (24 Oct 1912) [E. Ray Goetz; interpolated in The Sun Dodgers]
Down In My Heart (30 Oct 1912) [Interpolated in The Little Millionaire]
My Sweet Italian Man (31 Oct 1912)
When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam' (2 Nov 1912)
When I Lost You (8 Nov 1912)
Follow Me Around (13 Nov 1912) [Interpolated in My Best Girl]
If All The Girls I Knew Were Like You (15 Nov 1912)
Don't Leave Your Wife Alone (20 Nov 1912)
Yiddisha Professor (23 Nov 1912)
At The Devil's Ball (version 1)(14 Nov 1912)
Wait Until Your Daddy Comes Home (19 Dec 1912)
Goody, Goody, Goody, Goody, Good (11 Dec 1912)
At The Devil's Ball (version 2)(18 Dec 1912)


Jake! Jake! The Yiddisher Ball Player [Blanche Merrill]
There's a Girl in Arizona [Grant Clarke & Edgar Leslie]
He's So Good To Me (4 Jan 1913)
At The Devil's Ball (version 3)(8 Jan 1913)
Anna Liza's Wedding Day (15 Jan 1913)
At The Picture Show (20 Jan 1913) [E. Ray Goetz; interpolated in The Sun Dodgers]
Welcome Home (23 Jan 1913)
In My Harem (1 Feb 1913)
My Sweet Italian Gal (21 Feb 1913)
Snookey Ookums (21 Feb 1913)
Apple Tree And The Bumble Bee, The (7 Mar 1913)
San Francisco Bound (13 Mar 1913)
Ki-I-Youdleing Dog, The (4 Apr 1913) [Jean Schwartz]
Keep On Walking (14 Apr 1913)
Old Maids Ball, The (16 Apr 1913)
You Picked A Bad Day Out To Say Goodbye (25 Apr 1913)
Pullman Porters On Parade, The (14 May 1913) [Maurice Abrahams]
Somebody's Coming To My House (15 May 1913)
Monkey Doodle Doo, The (15 May 1913) [Interpolated in All Aboard]
Abie Sings An Irish Song (15 May 1913)
I Was Aviating Around (16 May 1913) [Vincent Bryan]
We Have Much To Be Thankful For (21 May 1913)
Happy Little Country Girl (21 May 1913)
Happy Little Chorus Girl (1913)
They've Got Me Doing It Now (17 Jun 1913)
They've Got Me Doing It Now Medley (11 Jul 1913)
International Rag, The (12 Aug 1913)
Kiss Your Sailor Boy Goodbye (15 Aug 1913)
Take Me Back (8 Sep 1913) [Interpolated in All Aboard]
You've Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes! (12 Sep 1913)
Tra-La, La, La! (24 Sep 1913)
If You Don't Want Me (Why Do You Hang Around) (24 Sep 1913)
Down In Chattanooga (21 Nov 1913)
Daddy, Come Home (16 Dec 1913)


Follow The Crowd (30 Jan 1914) [Interpolated in Queen of the Movies]
I Love To Quarrel With You (10 Feb 1914)
It Isn't What He Said, But the Way He Said It! (11 Feb 1914)
This Is The Life (21 Feb 1914)
God Gave You To Me (20 Apr 1914)
If You Don't Want My Peaches (You'd Better Stop Shaking My Tree) (29 Apr 1914)
If I Had You (1 May 1914)
Along Came Ruth (1 May 1914)
They're On Their Way To Mexico (2 May 1914)
He's A Devil In His Own Home Town (14 May 1914) [Grant Clarke]
Haunted House, The (5 May 1914)
If That's Your Idea Of A Wonderful Time (Take Me Home) (22 Jun 1914)
I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm) (30 July 1914)
Always Treat Her Like A Baby (24 Aug 1914)
He's A Rag Picker (28 Sep 1914)
That's My Idea Of Paradise (8 Oct 1914) [Interpolated in The Society Buds]
Furnishing A Home For Two (8 Oct 1914) [Interpolated in The Society Buds]
Stay Down Here Where You Belong (20 Oct 1914)
Revival Day
Hey, Wop

Watch Your Step (1914)

Act 1

Office Hours
What Is Love?
I'm a Dancing Teacher Now
Minstrel Parade, The
Let's Go Around the Town
They Always Follow Me Around
Show Us How To Do The Fox Trot
When I Discovered You [E. Ray Goetz]
Syncopated Walk, The

Act 2

Metropolitan Nights
I Love to Have the Boys Around Me
Settle Down In A One-Horse Town
Chatter, Chatter
Ragtime Opera Medley

Act 3

Homeward Bound
Move Over
Play A Simple Melody [Original title: Simple Melody]
Ann Eliza's Tango Tea
Look at Them Doing It
Come to the Land of the Argentine
When It's Night Time In Dixie Land (5 Dec 1914)
I Hate You
Lock Me in Your Harem and Throw Away the Key
Town Hall Tonight
Lead Me to Love [Ted Snyder]
I've Got-a Go Back to Texas
Watch Your Step (1915)


Cohen Owes Me Ninety-Seven Dollars
I Love to Stay at Home
I'm Going Back to the Farm
My Bird of Paradise
Si's Been Drinking Cider
Voice of Belgium, The
When I Leave the World Behind
When You're Down in Louisville (Call on Me)
While the Band Played an American Rag

Stop! Look! Listen! (1915)

Act 1

These Are the Costumes (Mirror Specialty)
Blow Your Horn
Why Don't They Give Us a Chance?
I Love to Dance
And Father Wanted Me To Learn A Trade
Girl On The Magazine Cover, The
I Love A Piano
I Love to Sit By the Fire

Act 2

Oh, What a Place is Dreamy Honolulu
That Hula Hula
Pair of Ordinary Coons, A
When I'm Out With You
Take Off A Little Bit
Teach Me How To Love
Law Must Be Obeyed, The
Ragtime Melodrama
When I Get Back To The U.S.A.
Stop! Look! Listen!
I'm Coming Home with a Skate On [or: I'll Be Coming Home with a Skate On]
Everything In America Is Ragtime
[Deleted: Sailor Song; Until I Fell In Love With You; Hunting for a Star; Poor Mary]


Friars Parade, The
He's Getting Too Darn Big for a One-Horse Town
Hurry Back to My Bamboo Shack
I'm Down In Honolulu Looking Them Over
I'm Not Prepared
I've Got A Sweet Tooth Bothering Me [Interpolated in Step This Way]
In Florida Among The Palms [Interpolated in Ziegfeld Follies of 1916]
Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone
When the Black Sheep Returns to the Fold

The Century Girl (1916)

Alice in Wonderland
The Chicken Walk
It Takes an Irishman to Make Love [Elsie Janis]
Music Lesson, The
On the Train of a Wedding Gown
You've Got Me Doing It


Dance and Grow Thin [George W. Meyer; interpolated in Dance and Grow Thin]
For Your Country And My Country
From Here to Shanghai
How Can I Forget (When There's So Much to Remember)?
If I Had My Way, I'd Live Among The Gypsies
I'll Take You Back to Italy
Let's All Be Americans Now [Edgar Leslie & George W. Meyer]
Mr. Jazz Himself
My Sweetie
Poor Little Rich Girl's Dog
Road That Leads to Love, The
Smile And Show Your Dimple
There are Two Eyes in Dixie
There's Something Nice About the South
Wasn't It Yesterday
Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now?


Blue Devils of France, The [Interpolated in Ziegfeld Follies of 1918]
Circus Is Coming to Town, The [Interpolated in Everything]
Come Along to Toy Town [Interpolated in Going Up]
Devil Has Bought Up All the Coal, The
Down Where the Jack O'Lanterns Grow [Interpolated in The Cohan Revue of 1918]
Goodbye France
I Have Just One Heart for Just One Boy [Interpolated in The Canary]
I'm Gonna Pin My Medal on the Girl I Left Behind [Interpolated in Ziegfeld Follies of 1918]
It's the Little Bit of Irish [Interpolated in The Canary]
I Wouldn't Give "That" for the Man Who Couldn't Dance [Interpolated in The Canary]
Over The Sea, Boys
Polly, Pretty Polly (Polly with a Past) [George M. Cohan; interpolated in The Cohan Revue of 1918]
They Were All Out Of Step But Jim
When the Curtain Falls (First Act - Second Act - Third Act) [Interpolated in Going Up]

Yip-Yip-Yaphank (1918)

Silver Threads
What a Difference a Uniform Will Make
Sterling Silver Moon, The
Ding Dong
Come Along, Come Along, Come Along
Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning
Kitchen Police (Poor Little Me, I'm on K.P.)
Dream On, Little Soldier Boy [Jean Havez]
I Can Always Find A Little Sunshine In The Y.M.C.A.
Send a Lot of Jazz Bands Over There
We're On Our Way To France
[Other songs: Bevo; Ragtime Razor Brigade, The; an early version of God Bless America was deleted from the show]


Everything Is Rosy Now For Rosie
Eyes Of Youth
Hand That Rocked My Cradle Rules My Heart, The
I Left My Door Open And My Daddy Walked Out
I Lost My Heart In Dixieland
I Never Knew [Elsie Janis]
I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now
I Wonder
New Moon, The
Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems To Care)
Sweeter Than Sugar (Is My Sweetie)
That Revolutionary Rag
Was There Ever A Pal Like You?
When My Baby Smiles
You're So Beautiful [Interpolated in The Canary]

Ziegfeld Follies Of 1919

You'd Be Surprised
Look Out For The Bolsheviki Man
I'd Rather See A Minstrel Show
Follies Minstrels
Harem Life
I'm The Guy Who Guards The Harem
Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, A
You Cannot Make Your Shimmy Shake On Tea [Rennold Woolf]
Near Future, The
Syncopated Cocktail, A
My Tambourine Girl
We Made the Doughnuts Over There


After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It
Beautiful Faces
But! She's Just a Little Bit Crazy
(I'll See You in) C-U-B-A

Ziegfeld Follies Of 1920

Chinese Firecrackers
Come Along Sextette
Girls Of My Dreams, The
Leg Of Nations
Metropolitan Ladies
Syncopated Vamp, The [Harry Ruby & Bert Kalmar]
Tell Me, Little Gypsy


All By Myself
Drowsy Head [Vaughn DeLeath]
Home Again Blues [Harry Akst]
I Like It
Passion Flower, The
There's a Corner Up in Heaven

Music Box Revue Of 1921

At The Court Around The Corner
Behind The Fan
Dancing the Seasons Away
Everybody Step
I'm a Dumb-Bell
In A Cozy Kitchenette Apartment
Legend Of The Pearls
My Ben Ali Haggin Girl
My Little Book Of Poetry
Say It With Music
Schoolhouse Blues, The
They Call It Dancing


Some Sunny Day

Music Box Revue Of 1922

Bring On The Pepper
Crinoline Days
Diamond Horse-Shoe
I'm Looking For A Daddy Long Legs
Lady Of The Evening
Little Red Lacquer Cage, The
Mont Martre
Pack Up Your Sins (And Go To The Devil)
Porcelain Maid
Take a Little Wife
Three Cheers for the Red, White, and Blue
Will She Come From The East? (East-North-West or South)


Tell All the Folks in Kentucky (I'm Comin' Home)
Tell Me With a Melody [written for London Music Box Revue, May 1923]
Too Many Sweethearts
When You Walked Out Someone Else Walked Right In

Music Box Revue Of 1923

Climbing Up The Scales
Learn To Do The Strut
Little Butterfly
Maid Of Mesh
One Girl
Orange Grove In California, An
Tell Me a Bedtime Story
Waltz Of Long Ago, The


All Alone
Happy New Year Blues, The
We'll All Go Voting For Al
What'll I Do

Music Box Revue Of 1924

Alice In Wonderland (Come Along with Alice)
Call Of The South, The
Don't Send Me Back To Petrograd
Don't Wait Too Long
I Want to be a Ballet Dancer
In The Shade Of A Sheltering Tree
Rock-a-Bye Baby
Tell Her in the Springtime
Tokio Blues
Unlucky in Love
Where is My Little Old New York?


He Doesn't Know What It's All About
It's a Walk-In with Walker
(You Forgot to) Remember
Venetian Isles

Cocoanuts, The (1925)

Act 1

The Guests (So This is Florida)
The Bellhops
The Family Reputation
Lucky Boy
Why Am I a Hit With the Ladies?
Little Bungalow, A
Florida By The Sea
Monkey Doodle Doo!, The

Act 2

Five O'Clock Tea
They're Blaming the Charleston
We Should Care
Minstrel Days
To a Tango Melody
Tale of a Shirt, A [lyric by Berlin, melody is Bizet's "Toreador Song" from the opera Carmen]
When We're Running a Little Hotel of Our Own
What's There About Me?

Songs written for 1926 summer edition of The Cocoanuts:
Everyone In The World Is Doing The Charleston
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Ting-a-Ling (The Bells'll Ring)
Why Do You Want To Know Why?


At Peace With The World
Because I Love You
How Many Times?
I'm On My Way Home
Just A Little Longer
That's a Good Girl
We'll Never Know


Blue Skies [Interpolated in Betsy, December 1926]
Russian Lullaby
Song Is Ended, The
Together, We Two
What Does It Matter?

Ziegfeld Follies Of 1927

It All Belongs To Me
It's Up To The Band
I Want to be Glorified
Jungle Jingle
Learn To Sing A Love Song
My New York
Ooh! Maybe It's You
Rainbow of Girls
Ribbons and Bows
Shaking The Blues Away
Ticklin' the Ivories
You Gotta Have IT


Coquette [written for film Coquette]
Good Times With Hoover, Better Times With Al
How About Me?
I Can't Do Without You
Marie [written for film The Awakening]
Roses Of Yesterday
To Be Forgotten
Where Is The Song Of Songs For Me? [written for film Lady of the Pavements]
Yascha Michaeloffsky's Melody

Hallelujah (1929 film)

Waiting At The End Of The Road
Swanee Shuffle


In The Morning
My Little Feller [written for 1928 film The Singing Fool but not used]
When My Dreams Come True [written for the 1929 film version of The Cocoanuts]


Just a Little While
Little Things In Life, The

Mammy (1930 film)

Let Me Sing And I'm Happy
Looking At You (Across The Breakfast Table)
To My Mammy
Here We Are

Puttin' On The Ritz (1930 film)

Puttin' on the Ritz
With You


Beggin' For Love
I Want You for Myself

Reaching For The Moon (1931 film)

Reaching For The Moon
When The Folks High-Up Do That Mean Low Down
[Deleted: Do You Believe Your Eyes, Or, Do You Believe Your Baby?]


How Deep Is The Ocean?
I'm Playing With Fire
Say It Isn't So

Face The Music (1932)

Act 1

Lunching at the Automat
Let's Have Another Cup O' Coffee
Reisman's Doing a Show
Torch Song
You Must Be Born with It
On a Roof in Manhattan (Castles in Spain)
My Beautiful Rhinestone Girl
"Soft Lights And Sweet Music"

Act 2

Well, Of All the Rotten Shows
I Say It's Spinach (And The Hell With It)
Drinking Song
Dear Old Crinoline Days
I Don't Wanna Be Married, I Just Wanna Be Friends
Manhattan Madness
[Deleted or not used: (Chase All Your Cares and Go to) Sleep, Baby; How Can I Change My Luck?; I'll Miss You in the Evening; Two Cheers Instead Of Three; Police of New York.]


I Can't Remember
Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much

As Thousands Cheer (1933)

Act 1

Man Bites Dog
How's Chances?
Heat Wave
Lonely Heart
Funnies, The
Easter Parade

Act 2

Supper Time
Metropolitan Opening
Revolt in Cuba (instrumental)
Our Wedding Day
Harlem On My Mind
Finale: Not For All The Rice In China
[Deleted: Through a Keyhole]


I Never Had A Chance
Moon Over Napoli
So Help Me


Top Hat (1935 film)

No Strings (I'm Fancy Free)
Isn't This A Lovely Day (To Be Caught In The Rain)?
Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
Cheek To Cheek
Piccolino, The
[Deleted: You're the Cause]


Follow The Fleet (1936 film)

We Saw The Sea
Let Yourself Go
Get Thee Behind Me, Satan
I'd Rather Lead A Band
But Where Are You?
I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
Let's Face The Music And Dance
[Deleted: Moonlight Maneuvers; With a Smile on My Face]


On The Avenue (1937 film)

He Ain't Got Rhythm
Girl On The Police Gazette, The
You're Laughing At Me
This Year's Kisses
I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Slumming On Park Avenue
[Deleted: On the Avenue; On the Steps of Grant's Tomb; Swing Sister]


Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938 film)

My Walking Stick
Now It Can Be Told
[Deleted: Marching Along With Time]

Carefree (1938 film)

Change Partners
I Used To Be Color-Blind
Yam, The
Since They Turned Loch Lomond Into Swing
Night is Filled with Music, The


God Bless America

Second Fiddle (1939 film)

Old-Fashioned Tune Always Is New, An
Song Of The Metronome, The
Back To Back
When Winter Comes
I Poured My Heart Into A Song
I'm Sorry For Myself


Louisiana Purchase (1940)

Act 1

Apologia (Opening Letter, Opening Chorus)
Sex Marches On
It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow (1939)
Louisiana Purchase
Outside Of That, I Love You
You're Lonely And I'm Lonely
Dance with Me (Tonight at the Mardi Gras)
Finale: What's This We Hear?

Act 2

Latins Know How
What Chance Have I With Love?
Lord Done Fixed Up My Soul, The
Fools Fall In Love
Old Man's Darling; Young Man's Slave (dance instrumental)
You Can't Brush Me Off
Finale Ultimo: Somebody Handed Us a Ticket to Picket
[Deleted: I'd Love to be Shot From a Cannon with You; It'll Come to You; Wild About You]


Angels Of Mercy
Any Bonds Today?
Arms For the Love of America
Little Old Church in England, A
When This Crazy World is Sane Again
When That Man is Dead and Gone


I Paid My Income Tax Today
I Threw A Kiss in the Ocean
Me and My Melinda
President's Birthday Ball, The

This Is The Army (1942)

Act 1

Opening Chorus (Some Dough For The Army Relief)
This Is The Army, Mister Jones
I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep
My Sergeant and I Are Buddies
I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen
Army's Made a Man Out of Me, The
Ladies Of The Chorus
That Russian Winter
That's What The Well-Dressed Man In Harlem Will Wear
How About A Cheer For The Navy?

Act 2

American Eagles
With My Head In The Clouds
Aryans Under the Skin (Jap-German Sextette)
Soldier's Dream, A
This Time / Dressed Up to Win

Holiday Inn (1942 film)

I'll Capture Your Heart Singing
You're Easy To Dance With
White Christmas
Happy Holiday
Come To Holiday Inn
Let's Start The New Year Right
Be Careful, It's My Heart
I Can't Tell A Lie
Let's Say It With Firecrackers
Song Of Freedom
I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For
Finale Ultimo
[Deleted: It's a Great Country]


[written for This is the Army:]
Kick in the Pants, The
My British Buddy
Ve Don't Like It
What Does He Look Like? [written for film version]
Take Me With You, Soldier Boy [written for film version; not used]


All Of My Life
Fifth Army's Where My Heart Is, The
There Are No Wings On a Fox-Hole
What Are We Going to Do with All the Jeeps?


Everybody Knew But Me
Just a Blue Serge Suit

[written for This is the Army tour:]
Heaven Watch the Philippines
I Get Along with the Aussies
Oh, To Be Home Again


Blue Skies (1946 film)

You Keep Coming Back Like A Song
Couple Of Song And Dance Men, A
Serenade To An Old-Fashioned Girl, A
Getting Nowhere (Running Around In Circles)
[Deleted or not used: Have You Ever Tried Drinking Water?; I Want You to Meet My Girl; I'll Dance Rings Around You; It's A Lovely Day For A Walk; My Old Pal; Race Horse and the Flea, The; Wilhelmina]

Annie Get Your Gun (1946)

Act 1

Colonel Buffalo Bill
I'm a Bad, Bad Man
Doin' What Comes Natur'lly
Girl That I Marry, The
You Can't Get A Man With A Gun
There's No Business Like Show Business
They Say It's Wonderful
Moonshine Lullaby
I'll Share It All With You
My Defenses Are Down
Ceremonial Chant
I'm An Indian Too

Act 2

I Got Lost In His Arms
Who Do You Love I Hope?
I Got The Sun In The Morning
Anything You Can Do
[Added to 1966 revival: Old-Fashioned Wedding, An]
[Deleted: Let's Go West Again; With Music; Take It In Your Stride]


Freedom Train, The
Help Me to Help my Neighbor
Kate (Have I Come Too Early, Too Late)
Love And The Weather


(I Gave Her My Heart) In Acapulco
Beautiful Day In Brooklyn, A
Nothing More To Say

Easter Parade (1948 film)

Happy Easter
Drum Crazy
It Only Happens When I Dance With You
Fella With An Umbrella, A
Steppin' Out With My Baby
Couple Of Swells, A
Better Luck Next Time
[Deleted: Mr. Monotony]


I'm Beginning To Miss You

Miss Liberty (1949)

Act 1

Extra! Extra!
I'd Like My Picture Took
Most Expensive Statue In The World, The
Little Fish In A Big Pond, A
Let's Take An Old-Fashioned Walk
Paris Wakes Up And Smiles
Only For Americans
Just One Way To Say I Love You

Act 2

Miss Liberty
You Can Have Him
Policeman's Ball, The
Me An' My Bundle
Falling Out Of Love Can Be Fun
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor [Emma Lazarus]
[Deleted: The Hon'rable Profession of the Fourth Estate; The Next Time I Fall in Love; What Do I Have to Do to Get My Picture in the Paper?; Finding Work in Paris; The Pulitzer Prize; Entrance of the Reporters; Sing a Song of Sing Sing; The Story of Nell and the Police Gazette]



Call Me Madam (1950)

Act 1

Mrs. Sally Adams
Hostess With The Mostes' On The Ball, The
Washington Square Dance, The
Can You Use Any Money Today?
Marrying For Love
Ocarina, The
It's A Lovely Day Today
Best Thing For You Would Be Me, The

Act 2

Something To Dance About
Once Upon A Time Today
They Like Ike
(I Wonder Why) You're Just In Love


For The Very First Time
I Like Ike
Our Day of Independence [temporarily replaced "I Like Ike" in tour of "Call Me Madam"]


Sittin' In The Sun
What Does a Soldier Want For Christmas? [unpublished]


I'm Not Afraid (I Believe in America)
I Still Like Ike

White Christmas (1954 film)

Best Things Happen While You're Dancing, The
Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep
Gee, I Wish I Was Back In The Army
Love, You Didn't Do Right By Me
Old Man, The
Sisters (Brothers)
What Can You Do With A General?

There's No Business Like Show Business (1954 film)

If You Believe
Man Chases A Girl (Until She Catches Him), A
Sailor's Not A Sailor ('til A Sailor's Been Tattooed), A
[Deleted: But I Ain't Got A Man; I Can Make You Laugh]


Aesop (That Able Fable Man)
Please Let Me Come Back to You


Ike For Four More Years
Anybody Can Write
Love Leads To Marriage
You're A Sentimental Guy
You're A Sucker For A Dame


I Keep Running Away From You
(You Can't Lose the Blues with) Colors
Go Home And Tell It To Your Wife
You're Fun To Be With
Let's Keep in Touch While Dancing [1957?]

[The following appear to have been copyrighted in 1957 but unpublished:]
I'll Know Better the Next Time
Irving Berlin Barrett
Silver Platter
Song for Elizabeth Esther Barrett
When Love Was All


Sam, Sam (The Man What I Am)


If You Haven't Got An Ear For Music

Mr. President (1962)

Don't Be Afraid Of Romance
Empty Pockets Filled With Love
First Lady, The
Glad to be Home
I'm Gonna Get Him
In Our Hide-Away
Is He The Only Man In The World?
It Gets Lonely in the White House
I've Got to be Around
Laugh It Up
Let's Go Back to the Waltz
Meat and Potatoes
Only Dance I Know, The (Song for Belly Dancer)
Pigtails and Freckles
Secret Service, The
They Love Me
This Is A Great Country
Washington Twist, The
You Need a Hobby


[The following were written for the unproduced MGM film "Say It With Music":]
(It's) Always the Same
Guy on Monday, A
Man to Cook For, A
One Man Woman
Outside of Loving You, I Like You
P.X., The
Ten Best Undressed Women, The
Whisper It


I Used To Play It By Ear


Wait Until You're Married
Long As I Can Take You Home


[written for unproduced TV version of Call Me Madam:]
You've Got to be Way Out to be In