Composer: John Green
Lyricist: Edward Heyman

Opened: November 3, 1931, Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 7

Hello, My Lover, Goodbye:

1. 78/Decca 24528 (Johnny Green, piano, with Johnny Green and His Quintet)
2. Day By Day, 45EP Columbia EPA-942 (Doris Day) [reissued on Day By Day/Day By Night, CD/Collectables 6489]
3. The Johnny Ever Greens, ABC-Paramount (M) ABC-147 (Sue Allen with Russell Garcia and his orchestra)
4. Mabel Mercer Sings, Decca (M) DL 4472 (Mabel Mercer with orchestra conducted by Ralph Burns)
5. Camelot/Thinking Of You, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6086 (Andre Previn)
6. This Thing Called Love, CD/TER CDVIR 8309 (Elisabeth Welch with music conducted by Jonathan Cohen)
7. Deep Purple, CD/Mintun Music (Peter Mintun)
8. You Can Depend On Me: The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1, CD/Baldwin Street Music 311 (Bea Wain)
9. Alone With Cole Porter & Others, CD/Bix (Sid Eden)
10. Easy Come, Easy Go: The Music Of Johnny Green, CD/LML Music LML-283 (Linda Kosut with Mike Greensill, piano)

I Love A Parade (M: Harold Arlen; L: Ted Koehler) (sheet music only; cut after opening from RHYTHMANIA and subsequently used in COTTON CLUB REVUE (1931) (19th Edition)):

1. 78/Victor 22892 (Frank Luther with Victor Arden and Phil Ohman, pianos)
2. 78/Columbia 2701-D (Harry Richmond) [also 78/Columbia DB 981; reissued on Puttin' In The Ritz, CD/ASV/Living Era 5405]
3. 78/Decca 139 (Cavalier Quartette with the King's Band)
4. 78/Victor 20-4575 (The Promenade Band with Male Chorus directed by Philip Lang) [also 45/RCA Victor 47-4578; 45EP/Victor EPA 457]
5. 45/Golden 2036 (Captain Kangaroo with the Sandpiper Orchestra conducted by Jimmy Carroll)
6. I Love A Parade, Disneyland 1361 (unknown singer)
7. Song Hits Of 1931, 10"/Decca DL 5175 (Ray Benson Orchestra)
8. Bessie Smith/Louis Armstrong/Cab Calloway, LP Biograph BLPM-3 (Bessie Smith)
9. Oz And Beyond: The Music Of Harold Arlen, CD/Boston Gay Men's Chorus BGMC03 (Boston Gay Men's Chorus with music direction by Reuben M. Reynolds)
10. Songs From The Cotton Club, CD/Mobile Fidelity MFCD-836 (Maxine Sullivan)
11. Manhattan Skyline Barbershop Harmony, CD/Sony Special Products 28603 (The Big Apple Chorus)
12. I Love A Parade, CD/Sony 46747 (John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra)
13. Sounds Of The Circus, Vol. 21, CD/Sounds Of The Circus 221 (South Shore Concert Band)
14. Drew's Famous 4th Of July Party Music, CD/Turn Up The Music 1418 (Hit Crew House Band)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Allen Roth Orchestra and Earl Wrightson and the Gotham Male Quartet with Lyn Murray's Concert Orchestra are also known to exist.

Music In My Fingers (M: Richard Myers) :

1. 78/Victor 22892 (Frank Luther with Victor Arden and Phil Ohman, pianos) [reissued on Aredn And Ohman (Volume 2), JJA Records JJA 1975-2]
2. Roll Up The Carpet, CD/Circle 147 (Don Neely's Royal Society Jazz Orchestra)
3. Radio & Recording Rarities, Vol. 33, CD/Lowlights (Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra)

Shake Well Before Using:

1. An Earful Of Merman, CD/Movie Stars 015 (Ethel Merman)

Unrecorded Material:

The Inside Story
It Means So Little To You (M: Richard Myers)
It's My Nature
My Sweetheart 'Tis Of Thee
Ohhh! Ahhh!
One Second Of Sex
Remarkable People We (M: Richard Myers)
We Know Reno
Well, You See
What's The Difference