Composer: Jimmy McHugh
Lyricist: Dorothy Fields

Opened: 1933
Performances: Closed out of town

Don't Blame Me:

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this standard.

Hey, Young Fella, Close Your Old Umbrella:

1. 78/Columbia CB 601 (Joe Venuti with Eddie Lang's Blue Five) [also 78/Columbia DF 1229; reissued on Wildcats, CD/ASV/Living Era 5386]
2. 78/Victor 24222 (Walter Hunt with Glen Gray and His Orchestra)
3. Encores From The 30's Volume 1 1930-1935, Epic (M) LN 24441 (Frances Williams)
4. Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?, CD/Pro-Arte Records 486 (Casa Loma Orchestra)
5. The Two Syds, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6027 (Nat Gonella)
6. Nat Gonella Tribute, CD/President 571 (unknown performer)
7. Remember Me, CD/Jasmine 2584 (Hal Kemp and His Orchestra)
8. America's Great Songstress Of The 20's And 30s, CD/Claremont Recordings 785074 (Ruth Etting)

I'm Full Of The Devil:

1. The Ben Pollack Orchestras: 1928-1938, CD/Jazz Band 2157 (The Ben Pollack Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

At Sea
Clowns In Clover
Make Up Your Mind (originally used in THE INTERNATIONAL REVUE)
Margineers (originally used in THE INTERNATIONAL REVUE)
My Favorite Person
A Night In Paris (M/L: Eddie Lambert)
Play A Half A Chorus
Positively Love You