Composer: Harry Ruby; Herbert Stothart
Lyricist: Bert Kalmar

Opened: September 5, 1928, Hammerstein Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 253

Don't Be Like That (M/L: Archie Gottler; Maceo Pinkard; Charles Tobias) (added after opening):

1. 78/Victor 21830 (Helen Kane with orchestra) [reissued on Boop-Boop-A-Doop, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5336]
2. 78/Columbia 1696 D (Tom Stacks with Harry Reser's Syncopators)
3. 78/Perfect 15057 (Chester Hale with the Broadway Broadcasters)
4. 78/Sterno 115 (Lester Conn's Dance Orchestra)
5. 78/Diva 2829 G (Dot Dare) [also 78/Harmony 829 H]
6. 78/Velvet Tone 1760 V (Irving Kaufman with the Golden Gate Orchestra) [also 78/Harmony 760 H]
7. 78/Velvet Tone 1829 V (Patsy Young)
8. 78/Cameo 8348 (Sam Lanin and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Broadway 1242 (Ray Wynn with the Checker Box Boys)
10. 78/Brunswick 4137 (Abe Lyman and His California Orchestra)
11. 78/Brunswick 4197 (Harry Richman and Orchestra)
12. 78/Okeh 41160 (Seger Ellis with Orchestra)
13. 78/Oriole 1420 (Charles Dickson with The Yankee Ten Orchestra)
14. 78/Victor 21805 (Jean Goldkette's Orchestra directed by Harold Stokes) [reissued on Jean Goldkette Bands 1924-29, CD/Timeless CBC 1084]
15. 78/Columbia 1621 D (Lee Morse and Her Blue Grass Boys) [reissued on Echoes Of A Songbird, CD/Jasmine Records JASCD 646]
16. The Complete McKinney's Cotton Pickers, Vol. 1-2, CD/BMG 74321355502 (McKinney's Cotton Pickers)
17. Vol. 5: 1928-1929, CD/Sensation 22 (Annette Hanshaw)
18. Doin' Things, CD/Stomp Off SOSCD 1390 (Andy Stein)
19. Don't Bring Lulu, CD/Stomp Off 1250 (Don Neely's Royal Society Jazz Orchestra)
20. It's Tight Like That, CD/Rivermont 1147 (Lou Gold and His Orchestra)
21. 48 Of The Best 48: 1927-1930, CD/Retrieval Recordings RTR79059 (Rhythmic Eight)
22. Hot Dance On Gennett: The Actual Music Of The Roaring Twenties, CD/Vintage Music Productions 221 (Alvin Roehr's Hotel Alma Orchestra)
23. Brunswick-Vocalion Odds & Bits 1926-1930, CD/Timeless CBC 1055 (Slatz Randall & His Orchestra)

I Wanna Be Loved By You:

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this standard beyond original cast member performances.
1. 78/Victor 21684 (Helen Kane with with orchestra conducted by Leonard Joy) [reissued on The Boop-Boop-A-Doop Girl, CD/CDS Records RPCD-323]
2. 78/Victor 21830 (Helen Kane) [reissued on The Boop-Boop-A-Doop Girl, CD/CDS Records RPCD-323]
3. Club Richman: Harry Richman & Eddie Cantor, Torrington JRS-1019 (Helen Kane)
4. Three Little Words, CD/Turner Classic/Rhino 7779 (Fred Astaire and Helen Kane with the M-G-M Studio Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn)
5. Three Little Words, CD/Turner Classic/Rhino 7779 (Helen Kane with the M-G-M Studio Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn)

Some Sweet Someone:

1. 78/Victor 21682 (Sam Coslow with the High Hatters Orchestra conducted by Nat Shilkret) [reissued on Music Of Broadway: The Twenties Volume 3 (1928-29), JJA (M) 19803]

Unrecorded Material:

Disappointed Suitors (cut)
Down In Arkansas (Opening)
Finale (Act 1)
Finaletto (Act 1, Scene 1)
Good Boy
Good Boy Wedding March
I Have My Moments
Let's Give A Cheer (added after opening)
Manhattan Walk
Oh Promise Me (added during the run)
Oh, What A Man (cut after opening)
Papa Got Hot (cut)
Peacock Alley (cut)
Something To Call Our Own (cut)
This Little Doll (cut)
The Three Bears (cut after opening)
Twinkle Little Stars (cut)
Voice Of The City
What Makes You So Wonderful?
When I Hit Broadway (cut)
You're The One (cut) (M: Arthur Schwartz; L: Otto Harbach)