Composer: Sigmund Romberg
Lyricists: Harold Atteridge; Irving Caesar

Opened: January 24, 1923, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 142

That American Boy Of Mine (M: George Gershwin; L: Irving Caesar) (same music as “No One Else But That Girl Of Mine” in THE PERFECT FOOL):

1. 78/Victor 19024 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) [reissued on Paul Whiteman’s Gershwin, CD/North American Classics NAC 4002]

Why? (L: Harold Atteridge) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Edison 51166 (Stevens’ Trio)

The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise (M: Ernest Seitz; L: Eugene Lockhart) (added for the subsequent tour):

I have not attempted to compile discographical information for this number.

Unrecorded Material:

Any Little Girl Will Fall
The Bowery Of Today
Cuddle Me As We Dance (L: Harold Atteridge) (sheet music only)
Cuddle Up (M: George Gershwin) (sheet music only)
Hail U.S.A.
I’m A Devil With The Ladies
I’ve Been Waiting For You (M: Jay Gorney; L: Harold Atteridge) (not in programs)
I’ve Been Wanting You (M: A.J. Carey; Al Goodman; L: Harold Atteridge)
Innocent Eyes (added for the subsequent tour)
Lucky In Love
Mattinata (added for the subsequent tour)
My Love Bouquet
On The Boulevard (cut)
Pango Pango (M: George Gershwin)
Play Me A Tune (M/L: Cole Porter) (cut after opening; also used in HITCHY-KOO OF 1922) and ONE DAMN THING AFTER ANOTHER)
Romance (L: Harold Atteridge)
Spanish Dance (mentioned in Romberg biography only)
The Story Of The Butterfly (cut)
Story Of Fung Toy (cut)
The Strutter (added for the subsequent tour)
That Romance Of Mine
There Was The Punch (M/L: Cole Porter) (cut after opening; originally used in HITCHY-KOO OF 1922 as “The American Punch”)
Trini (mentioned in Romberg biography only)
Venetian (cut after opening)
Way Down In Pago Pago (L: Harold Atteridge; Carley Mills)
What Have You To Declare?
Why Am I (So) Sad? (M: George Gershwin)