Composer: Kurt Weill
Lyricist: Paul Green

Opened: November 19, 1936, 44th Street Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 68

Note: Only numbers not found on the 1997 studio cast album are noted below.

To Love You And To Lose You (L: Edward Heyman) (same music as "Johnny's Song (Listen To My Song)"; new lyric for publication):

1. 78/Victor 25504 (Howard Barrie with Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
2. Kurt Weill Revisited Vol. II, Painted Smiles (S) PS-1376 (Blossom Dearie)
3. September Song: Dick Hyman Plays The Music Of Kurt Weill, CD/Proscenium PRO 01 (Dick Hyman, piano)
A radio transcription performed by the Harry Reser Orchestra is also known to exist.

We Need A Man (unused; same music as "Triffst Du Mich Abends In Der Schenke" from DER KUHHANDEL and "If You Should Meet Me" from A KINGDOM FOR A COW):

1. Der Kuhhandel, CD/Capriccio 60013-1 (Frederic Mayer, Eberhard Buchner, and the Kolner Rundfunkchor with the Kolner Rundfunkorchester conducted by Jan Latham-Konig) (as "Triffst Du Mich Abends In Der Schenke")

Unrecorded Material:

Epitaph (unused; later reused in the posthumous songspiel WAR PLAY)
Minny Belle's Song (unused)