Composer: Victor Herbert
Lyricist: Robert B. Smith

Opened: July 12, 1920, Knickerbocker Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 56

Catch ‘Em Young, Treat ‘Em Rough, Tell ‘Em Nothing:

1. A Treasury Of Early Musical Comedy: Volume One, AEI Records 1170  (Eddie Dowling and Chorus) [reissued on CD/AEI AEI-CD 14]
2. The OKeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957, CD/Legacy 48912 (Wild Bill Davis)
3. King Of Hillbilly Bebop, CD/Proper Pairs PVCD 134 (Hank Penny)
4. The Chronological Mabel Scott 1951-1955, CD/Classics 5107 (Mabel Scott)
5 . Fine Brown Sugar, CD/Chanson 222623 (unknown performer)
6. Mad For It, CD/Raucsou RAUCD 169 (The Deltas) (unverified)

I Cannot Sleep Without Dreaming Of You:

1. 78/Victor 45199 (Lambert Murphy with orchestra conducted by Rosario Bourdon) [reissued on The Operetta World Of Victor Herbert, JJA (M) 1980-5]
2. A Treasury Of Early Musical Comedy, CD/AEI AEI-CD 014 (unidentified performer) [reissued on CD/AEI AEI-CD 14]


1. A Treasury Of Early Musical Comedy, CD/AEI AEI-CD 014 (unidentified orchestra) [reissued on CD/AEI AEI-CD 14]

Unrecorded Material:

Come Across
Everything Has Stung Me But A Bee (cut)
Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
Girl In The Spotlight (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
I Have Waited For You (cut)
I Knew Him When (cut after opening)
I Know I Shall Meet Her Someday (cut)
I Learned About Women (From Her)
I Love The Ground You Walk On (dropped during the subsequent tour)
I’ll Be There (dropped during the subsequent tour)
In My Looking Glass
It Would Happen Anyway
Let’s Pretend (added for the subsequent tour)
Marry Me And See (sheet music only)
The Night Time (added for the subsequent tour)
Only You (sheet music only)
Oo La La
Opening Ensemble (Act 2)
A Savage I Remain (dropped during the subsequent tour)
Somewhere I Know There’s A Girl For Me
Springtime Dance (cut)
Stage Life (added for the subsequent tour)
 (There’s A) Tender Look In Your Eyes
Twas In The Month Of June
Where Were You? (added for the subsequent tour)