Composer: Moose Charlap
Lyricist: Chuck Sweeney

Televised: August 22, 1955, Producer's Showcase, NBC

What Is The Secret Of Your Success?:

1. 45/Coral 9-61481 (Eydie Gorme with orchestra conducted by George Cates) [reissued on Sincerely Yours, CD/Jasmine 450]
2. 45/RCA Victor 47-6209 (Tony Martin and The Interludes with Henri Rene's Orchestra)

Young Ideas:

1. 45/ "X" 4X-0159 (Stuart Foster with Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra) [reissued on The Complete Manhattan Tower, CD/Sepia 1087]
2. 45/RCA Victor 47-6209 (Tony Martin with Henri Rene and his Orchestra)
3. Once In A Blue Moon, Monument (M) MLP 8036 (Johnny Janis with orchestra conducted by Dick Marx)

Unrecorded Songs:

Brandovian National Anthem
Money Mad (aka "Absolutely Mad")
We Must Fly
You're Lucky For Me

Note: Some authorities credit the song "Turk In The Murkadurk" as being part of the show's score, no doubt because it was recorded by the show's star, Cyril Ritchard, and had lyrics by the show's librettist Sumner Locke Eliott. However, if it was performed in the show (and I have yet to verify that it was), it was an interpolation because it was written and recorded a year or more earlier in time. Nonetheless, I list below the known recordings of that song in an abundance of caution.

Turk In The Murkadurk (C: Susan Reed; L: Sumner Locke Eliott):

1. Cyril Ritchard In Odd Songs And A Poem With Elaine Dunn, Dolphin (M) 1 (Cyril Ritchard with Stuart Ross, piano) [reissued on John Murray Anderson's Alamanc And Other Broadway-London Revues, CD/DRG 19009]
2. Song For The Wee Folk, Elektra (M) EKL 163 (Susan Reed)