Composer: Harry Ruby
Lyricist: Bert Kalmar

Opened: October 31, 1941, Broadhurst Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 171

My Sweetheart Mamie:

1. 45/Victor 47-5265 (Dennis Day with the Martin Men and the Freddy Martin Orchestra)

Panic In Panama:

1. 78/Decca 4079 (Paul Harmon with Johnny Young & His Orchestra)

Some Of These Days (C/L: Shelton Brooks; previously sung by Sophie Tucker in the film HONKY TONK (1929):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this standard.

(The) Time To Sing:

1. 78/Decca 4078 (Helen Young with Johnny Long and His Orchestra)
2. Nevertheless… The Kalmar And Ruby Songbook, CD/Audiophile ACD-344 (Ronny Whyte , piano and voice, with Boots Maleson, bass, David Silliman, drums)

You're On My Mind:

1. 78/Decca 4079 (Bob Houston with Johnny Young & His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Army and Navy Song (C/L: by Jack Yellen as specialty for Sophie Tucker)
Bits Of What You've Heard (Finale)
Din't Cha Mother Tell You Nothin'? (aka "Didn't Your Mother Tell You Nothing?")
The Girls
I Got Somethin' (aka "I've Got Something")
Opening Chorus (George M. Krause's High Kickers)
Waltzing In The Moonlight