Composer: Jule Styne
Lyricist: Sammy Cahn

Released: December 20, 1944

Poor Little Rhode Island:

1. 78/V Disc 383 (Stuart Foster and the Lomabardo Trio with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians) [reissued on The V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 6666]
2. 78/Decca 18651 (Stuart Foster and the Lombardo Trio with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians) [also 78/V Disc 383; 45EP/Decca ED 830]
3. Territory Songs, CD/Magic Marker 22 (The Gazetteers)
4. Spotlighting George Olson And His Orchestra, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 1060 (Judith Blair with George Olson and His Orchestra)
5. Suzie Q: The Singles As & Bs 1956-1960, CD/Jasmine JASCD 599 (Dale Hawkins) (unverified)
6. The Great American Composers: Sammy Cahn, CD/Columbia House 2C2 8165 (Kate Smith)
A radio transcription before by the Joseph Lilley Chorus with the Bobby Dolan Orchestra is also known to exist.

There Goes That Song Again:

1. 78/Decca 18625 (Russ Morgan, vocal, with Russ Morgan and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 10196; reissued on The Songs Of Jule Styne, CD/Warner Bros. JS 1/2; also found on I've Heard That Song Before: The Songs Of Jule Styne, CD/Living Era CD AJA 5606]
2. 78/Decca F. 8517 (Adelaide Hall with orchestra conducted by Jack Penn) [reissued on A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720]
3. 78/Columbia 36757 (Georgia Carroll with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra) [reissued on Best Of The Big Bands: Kay Kyser, CD/Columbia CK-45343]
4. 78/Columbia 36759 (Kate Smith with orchestra conducted by Jack Miller) [also 78/Columbia C 739; reissued on The Columbia Years, CD/Collectables 6654 6024]
5. 78/Bluebird 30-0832 (Martha Stewart with orchestra) 78/ Capitol 182 (Margaret Whiting with Billy Butterfield and His Orchestra) [reissued on You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To, CD/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 109]
6. 78/Victor 20-1606 (Nancy Norman with the Sammy Kaye Orchestra) [reissued on While The Music Plays On: The Girls Of The Big Bands, CD/Flare SPEC 1030 ]
7. 78/V Disc 347 (Kitty Kallen with Harry James and His Orchestra) [reissued on The V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 3591]
8. 45/Pye 7N.15404 (Gary Miller with accompaniment directed by Tony Hatch) [reissued on The Story Of My Life, CD/Castle Music 503]
9. Country Carnival Classics, CAS/Country Carnival CM1531 (Country Carnival Classics) (unverified)
10. My Name Is Jule, United Artists (S) UAS 6469 (Jule Styne, piano)
11. Words And Music, RCA (S) LRL1-5079 (Sammy Cahn, Lorna Dallas, Terry Mitchell, and Laurel Ford with musical direction by Richard Leonard)
12. Tell Me Why, Epic LN 24113 (Bobby Vinton) [reissued on Tell Me Why/Sings For Lonely Nights, CD/Collectables 6865]
13. The Shuffle Rhythm Of Henry Busse, CAS/Ranwood Records RC-8222 (Henry Busse & His Orchestra)
14. The Best Of Walter Jackson: Welcome Home - The OKeh Years, CD/Sony 64628 (Walter Jackson)
15. Jule Styne & Frank Loesser: There Goes That Song Again, CD/Reader's Digest 245-0010 (Barbara Dickson with orchestra conducted by Ian Lynn)
16. The Dance Band Years, CD/Castle Pulse 551 (Harry Roy)
17. A Nightingale Sang, CD/Pearl 7048 (Anne Shelton)
18. The Missing Chapters, Vol. 4: The Red Cavalry March, CD/Avid (Glenn Miller)
19. Frank Sinatra Remembers The Movies, CD/Great Movie Themes 60016 (Frank Sinatra with orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl)
20. WWII Radio Broadcasts January 25, 1945 and January 18, 1945, CD/Laserlight 12301 (Bing Crosby)
21. All Star Parade 1943-1949, CD/Jazz Unlimited 2059 (Kitty Kallen with Harry James and His Music Makers)
22. More 1944-1949, CD/Circle 128 (Frankie Carle)
23.Sweetheart Of Song, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 1006 (Frances Langford)
24. Here's That Band Again: The Best Of Dick Jurgens, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 91 (Dick Jurgens)
25. Roll Up The Carpet, CD/Vocalion CDEA 6024 (Victor Silvester)
26. My Heart Sings, CD/Mr. Music 7011 (Andy Russell and The Pied Pipers)
27. The Great American Song Revival, Vol. 1, CD/HT 312786 (The Fintons)
28. Now & Then, CD/Red Balloon Records 0023 (Raymond Froggatt)
29. There Goes That Song Again, CD/Sandy Mason (Sandy Mason)
30. On A Musical Trek, CD/Gary Kuchenbecker (Gary Kuchenbecker)
31. I Love An Old Fashioned Song, CD/Robbins Redux (Carolee)
32. Vol. 4: 1936-44 Please Remember, CD/Dutton/Vocalion 6105 (Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans)
33. Time Will Tell, CD/Orchard 106301 (The Maloy Brothers)
34. Best Of Family Favourties, Vol. 2, CD/Maestro Music CDTS 009 (Malcolm Wilce Duo)
Radio transcriptions performed by Jo Stafford with the Paul Weston Orchestra, and by Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers with the Paul Weston Orchestra are also known to exist.

You Make Me Dream Too Much:

1. Jule Styne In Hollywood, CD/PS Classics PS-9638 (Sara Zahn with Chris Denny, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

Mr. Beebe (L: Dudley Brooks; Sammy Cahn)
Thanks A Lot
Thinkin' About The Wabash (L: Sammy Cohn; Walter Bullock)