Composer: Maury Rubens; Sam Timberg; Lee David
Lyricist: Moe Jaffe

Opened: July 15, 1929, 44th Street Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 40

I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (M: Ralph Erwin; L: Sam M. Lewis; Joe Young) (previously used in LADY FINGERS; also used in the film THE EMPEROR WALTZ):

1. 78/Columbia D 1851 (Bing Crosby) [also 78/Columbia DB 2036; reissued on Lost Columbia Sides 1928-1933, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 216]
2. 78/Decca 24170 (Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra) [reissued on Bing Crosby Sings Again, CD/MCA 5764]
3. 78/Regal Zonophone G 25209 (Buddy Clark with orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres) [also 78/Columbia 37592]
4. 78/Broadway 1275 (Jimmy Green with the Jimmy Green Californians)
5. 78/Decca 2467 (Paul Whiteman's Sax Sockette) [reissued on Hooray For Spinach!, CD/Hep HEPCD 1082]
6. 78/Decca 2058 (Donald Novis with Victor Young and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Decca 4058 (Carmen Cavallaro, piano, with guitar, bass, and drums) [also 45/Decca 91323-91324; reissued on Night & Day, CD/Memoir Classics 561]
8. 78/Romeo 928 (Broadway Broadcasters)
9. 78/Velvet Tone 1889 V (Irving Kaufman with Perley Stevens and His Orchestra) [also 78/Harmony 889 H]
10. 78/Decca F 3098 (Carl Brisson with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on A Little White Gardenia, CD/ASV/Living Era 5451]
11. 78/Brunswick 4315 (Scrappy Lambert with Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra)
12. 78/Banner 6378 (Jack Blue with Jack Blue's Texans) [also 78/Conqueror 7353]
13. 78/Okeh 41226 (Smith Ballew and His Orchestra with vocal refrain)
14. 78/Tops R 1010 (Al Sack and orchestra)
15. 78/Capitol 15135 (Andy Russell with the Paul Weston Orchestra)
16. 78/Victor V 14 (Marek Weber and His Orchestra)
17. 78/Victor 20-2949 (Judson & The Ben Ghost Singers with Spike Jones and His City Slickers) [reissued on Strictly For Music Lovers, Vol. 4, CD/Proper P 1120]
18. 78/Victor 21920 (Ran Weeks with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra) [also 78/Victor 46230]
19. 78/Victor 21973 (Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone) with orchestra) [reissued on Me And My Shadow, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5372]
20. 78/Victor 20-2316 (The Moon Maids with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra)
21. 45/MGM 59-XY-357/467 (Charlie Shavers) [reissued on Complete Recordings, Vol. 1, CD/Lone Hill Jazz LHJ 10182]
22. 45/Verve KF 5007 (Fritz Wunderlich)
23. Smoke Dreams, Era Records 20002 (Ronnie Deauville with the Lloyd Shaffer Orchestra)
24. Come To The Ball, CAS/Maestro RTS 3928 (John Bowdler)
25. Saxophone Soctette, CD/Basta 9089 (The Beau Hunks)
26. The Capitol Recordings, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 15776 (Louis Prima)
27. Live, CD/Brevan BREN 102 (Dave Whitfield)
28. King Crooners, CD/Air (unknown performer)
29. Long Ago And Far Away, CD/ Legacy 106 (Perry Como)
30. The Perry Como Shows 1943, CD/On the Air OTA101907 (Perry Como with the Raymond Scott Orchestra)
31. The Chronological Red Norvo And His Orchestra 1937-1938, CD/Classics 1157 (Red Norvo and His Orchestra)
32. Omnibust/60 Years Of Music America Hates Best, CD/Taragon Records 1095 (I.S. Harper and The Four 5ths with Spike Jones and His Orchestra)
33. Corn's A-Poppin, CD/Harlequin Records 30 (Spike Jones)
34. Closer Than A Kiss/This Game Of Love, CD/Columbia 487190 (Vic Damone)
35. McKinley Time, CD/Viper's Nest Gold VN 1001 (Ray McKinley and His Orchestra)
36. The Best Of Tony Martin: The Mercury Years, CD/Mercury 532875 (Tony Martin and the Jeff Alexander Singers with Al Sacks & His Orchestra)
37. Glowing Embers: Cabaret Songs Of Post-War Vienna, CD/Vanguard Classics 6037 (Liane & The Boheme Bar Trio)
38. Lance Gambit Presents Danceperience, Vol. 2, CD/Music Factory (Lance Gambit)
39. The Complete Columbia Recordings, CD/Collectables 7533 (Merv Griffin with Percy Faith and His Orchestra)
40. Wake Up And Dream, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5449 (Georges Metaxa with Carroll Gibbons and the New Mayfair Orchestra)
41. All That Meet And No Potatoes, CD/Storyville 5541 (Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband)
42. Malcolm And Mark's Happy Music, CD/Maestro CDTS 108 (The Malcolm Wilce Duo)
43. Keep On Dancing, CD/Maestro CDTS 003 (Tommy Sanderson Orchestra)
44. Sentimental Journey, CD/Os Records OS 214 (Nigel Ogden)
45. Modern Compilation For Teaching And Practice, CD/Maestro CDTS 013 (Unknown Performer)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Selinsky String Quartet, Richard Liebert, organ, the Jimmy Carroll Orchestra, the John Gart Trio, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and Eddy Duchin, piano.

Unrecorded Material:

Arabian Nights
Baby's Doll (Baby Doll Dance) (M: Maury Rubens; Phil Svigals; L: J. Keirn Brennan; Moe Jaffe)
Bracelot Number
Broadway Nights From The Roof Garden
Come Hit Your Baby
Heart Of A Rose (M: J. Fred Coots; Maury Rubens; L: Harold Atteridge) (also used in GAY PAREE (1925))
Hotsy Totsy Hats
Johann Strauss, Who Made The World Dance (The Strauss Fantasy)
Lobster Crawl
Mile's End Road
Opening Chorus
The Orchid
The Right Man (M: Maury Rubens; Sammy Timberg)
Stranded in A One-Horse Town
White Lights Were Coming
Why Don't We? (M: Maury Rubens; Sammy Timberg)
Your Broadway And Mine (M: Maury Rubens; Sammy Timberg; L: Maury Rubens) (not in program)