Composers: Irving Berlin; Cuthbert Clarke
Lyricists: Irving Berlin; Cuthbert Clarke

Opened: February 14, 1912, Empire Theatre, London
Performances: Unknown

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time.  Billing was shared with the ballet NEW YORK and THE WATER NYMPH.

Everybody’s Doing It (Now):

1. CYL/U.S. Everlasting 445 (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan)
2. CYL/Edison 4M 103 (Premier Quartette)
3. 78/HMV 04093 (Ida Crispi and Robert Hale with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on The Ultimate Irving Berlin Volume I, CD/Pearl GEM 0116]
4. 78/Victor 17020 (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan)
5. 78/Victor 17091 (Arthur Pryor’s Band)
6. 78 /Columbia A 1123 (Columbia Quartet with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on In The Good Old Summertime, CD/Living Era CDAJA 5623]
7. 78/Decca 1891 (Paul Gayle with Ben Pollack and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Columbia A 1294 (Guido Deiro, accordion) [also 78/Standard Disc A 1294; reissued on Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2, CD/Archeophone 5014]
9. 78/Victor 25821 (Edythe Wright with Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake Seven) [also 78/Gramophone B 8809; reissued on Music Goes Round And Round, CD/Bluebird RCA 3140-2-RB]
10. 45/Decca 9-29734 (The Laine-Airs with Buddy Laine and His Orchestra)
11. Alexander's Ragtime Band, CD/Screen Archives Entertainment SAE-CSR-0007 (Alice Faye, Dixie Dunbar, and Wallace Vernon with orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman)
12. Easter Parade, CD/Turner Classic Movies 836023-2 (The MGM Studio Orchestra conducted by Johnny Green)
13. Come On And Hear!: Early Songs By Irving Berlin 1909-1915, CD/Oakton ORCD0001 (Benjamin Sears with Bradford Conner, piano)
14. 78/HMV C-2431 (Noel Coward) [reissued on The Master’s Voice: Noel Coward, CD/Angel CDP 7 54919 2]
15. Steve & Eydie And Friends Celebrate Berlin, CD/ESE Music ESED 104 (Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme with the New World Philharmonic Orchestra)
16. On Tour Across America, CD/GBP/Crescendo 525 (Jack Daniels’ Original Silver Cornet Band)
17. And The Band Played On, CD/Decca 4583822 (I Salonisti)
18. The Songwriters Collection: Irving Berlin, CD/Park South Records 90644 (unknown performer)
19. Heartrending Ballads & Raucous Ditties, CBS Records (Julie Andrews) [reissued on Broadway’s Fair Julie/Heartrending Ballads & Raucous Ditties, CD/Polygram 4809982]
20. The Gary Moore Show Presents: A Carol Burnett Christmas, CD/Legendary Entertainment 0041 (Carol Burnett, Julie Andrews, and Gwen Verdon)
21. A Time Remembered, CD/Jazz Planet 4001 (Art Davis)
22. Irving Berlin: America’s Most Successful Composer, CD/BCI Music 4083 (The Metropolitan Music Ensemble)
23. Chanteurs-Chanteuses, CD/Sunnyside 0130362 (June Richmond and Harold Nicholas)
24. Earliest Bing Crosby, Vol. 1: Rhythm King, CD/Naxos Nostalgia 8120696 (Bing Crosby)
25. Hello, Frisco!, CD/Loves Point Jazz (Ann Gibson)
26. Improvisations To Music, CD/Mercury 558455 (unknown orchestra)
27. More Minstrel Magic, CD/Disky 901837 (unknown performer)
28. The Sidewalks Of New York: Tin Pan Alley, CD/Winter & Winter 38 (Uri Caini with the Uri Caine Orchestra)
29. Irving Berlin, Volume 1, CD/Unknown label (Fred Miller)
30. Ann Southern/Dorothy Lamour, CD/Sepia 1127 (Ann Sothern)
31. Lowe Stokes, Vol. 1: 1927-1930, CD/Document DOCD 8045 (Ann Sothern)
32. Ragtime Jazz Times, CD/Reader’s Digest Music (unknown performer)
33. Tokyo Disney: Sea Sail Away, CD/Avex Trax 12299 (unknown performer)
34. Always: The Love Story Of Irving Berlin, CD/No label (KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler)
35. Chip Deffaa’s Irving Berlin: Ragtime Rarities, CD/Garret Mountain Records CDP MJ 0314 (Ryan Muska with musical direction by Richard Danley)

A radio transcription performed by the Music Hall Varieties Orchestra conducted by “Prof” Patrick Ciricillo is also known to exist.