Composer: Jean Schwartz
Lyricist: Alfred Bryan

Opened: July 12, 1920, Century Promenade Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 150

Hiawatha’s Melody Of Love (previously interpolated into HELLO, ALEXANDER and CINDERELLA ON BROADWAY and subsequently used in RED PEPPER):

1. 78/Columbia A 6150 (Prince’s Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia A 2914 (Lewis James with orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 18660 (Sterling Trio with orchestra)
4. 78/Okeh 4131 (Hart and Shaw with orchestra)
5. 78/Edison 50686 (Betsy Lane Shepherd and Elizabeth Lennox with orchestra)

(Wild) Romantic Blues (not in programs; also used in THE MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS OF 1920 and CINDERELLA ON BROADWAY):

1. 78/Pathe 020480 (Jane Green) [reissued on Wild Romantic Blues, Superbatone 732]
2. Boardwalk Empire, CD/Elektra 88259 (Nellie McKay with Vince Giorando & The Nighthawks)

Unrecorded Material:

Black And White Ballet
Bolsheviki Glide (M: Harry Tierney; L: Carl Randall) (not in programs)
Bottle Up A Pretty Girl
Campanile (not in programs)
Fig Leaf Number
Hold Me
Inebriated Acrobation (scene?) (added after opening)
Keep Your Weight Down
The Lamp Of Love (Dance Novelty)
Let Me Whisper In Your Ear (M/L: Unknown) (possibly not in show)
Love Me In The Candlelight (not in programs)
Millions Of Tunes
My Lady Of The Cameo (M/L: Unknown) (possibly not in show; also used in THE MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS OF 1920)
Shimmy Nods (M/L: Unknown) (possibly not in show; also used in THE MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS OF 1920)
Shimmy Valentine
Shine On, Little Son
The Sphinx
Symphony In Dress (dance)
Wouldn’t You Like To Have Me Tell Your Fortune (not in programs)
You Don’t Know What I Know About You (not in programs)