Composer: A. Baldwin Sloane
Lyricist: Harry B. Smith

Opened: October 24, 1918, Broadhurst Theatre, N.Y.C.; transferred on December 30, 1918 to the Nora Bayes Theatre
Performances: 164

Good-bye France (You’ll Never Be Forgotten By The U.S.A.) (M/L: Irving Berlin) (dropped for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Columbia A 2678 (Nora Bayes with orchestral accompaniment)
2. 78/Path 22078 (Turner Roe with orchestra)
3. 78/Emerson 9119 (Arthur Fields with orchestral accompaniment)
4. 78/Victor 18514 (Peerless Quartet with orchestra)

Just Like A Gypsy (M/L: Seymour B. Simons; L: Nora Bays) (added for the subsequent tour):

1.  78/Columbia A 6138 (Nora Bayes with orchestra) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 4: 1917-1920, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9059-61]
2. 78/Victor 18696 (Sterling Trio with orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 35701 (Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra) [reissued on Ziegfeld Follies, Veritas (M) VM 107]
4. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 272 (Emile Petti and His Savoy-Plaza Orchestra)
5. Song Hits Of 1919, Vocalion VL73631 (Ted Straeter Orchestra)
6. Complete Peggy Lee & June Christy Capitol Transcription Sessions, CD/Capitol Jazz/Blue Note 35511 (Peggy Lee with Four Of A Kind)
7. The Chronological Maxine Sullivan 1941-1946, CD/Classics 1020 (Maxine Sullivan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra)
8. The 1950s: “Swinging Miss Loch Lomond 1952-1959,” CD/Baldwin Street Music BJH 314 (Maxine Sullivan with John Kirby and His Orchestra)

Prohibition Blues (M: Nora Bayes; L: Ring Lardner) (added for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Columbia A 2823 (Nora Bayes with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 4: 1917-1920, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9059-61]

The Real American Folk Song Is A Rag (M: George Gershwin; L: Ira Gershwin) (dropped for the subsequent tour)

1. Julie Wilson At Brothers & Sisters, Arden (S) B&S 1 (Julie Wilson with William Roy at the piano)
2. Manne-That’s Gershwin!, Capitol 2313 (Shelly Manne Quintet and Big Band)
3. We Like A Gershwin Tune, CD/Audiophile ACD-54 (Ronny Whyte, piano and voice, with Alan Cary, banjo, Lisle Atkinson, bass, and Al Harewood, drums)
4. American Rhapsody: George Gershwin To The World, CD/Jessisaraly Music JSD-0001 (KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler)
5. The Memory Of All That: Gershwin On Broadway & In Hollywood, CD/Managra MMI-100199-2 (Mary Cleere Haran with Richard Rodney Bennett, piano)
6. Delishious: Lyrics By Ira Gershwin, CD/Oakton ORCD0002 (Benjamin Sears with Bradford Conner, piano)
7. Gershwin, CD/Pickwick PWKM 657 (Marti Webb with orchestra conducted by Ian Hughes)
8. Marni Nixon Sings Gershwin, CD/Reference Recordings RR-19CD (Marni Nixon with Lincoln Mayorga, piano)
9. George Gershwin: The Musical Gala, CD/Timeless CD JC 11027 (Chorus with orchestra conducted by Peter Komorowski)
10. Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George And Ira Gershwin Songbook, CD/Verve 825 024-2 (Ella Fitzgerald with orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle)
11. Simply Gershwin, CD/Towerhill 71990 (John Whitley with Paul Bisaccia, piano)
12. Ragtime Lullabies, CD/Original Cast 974 (Paul Bisaccia, piano)
13. Real American Folk Songs, CD/Solo Art SACD120 (Max Morath, piano and voice)
14. Get Happy!, CD/EMI 007777541902 (George Shearing and The King’s Singers)
15. Fascinating Rhythms, CD/Mastersound 214 (John Arpin, piano)
16. Gershwin Among Friends, CD/Albany 274 (Linn Maxwell Keller)
17. Gershwin: Fascinatin’ Rhythm; Someone To Watch Over Me; Lullaby; Jazzbo Brown Blues, CD/Carlton 70063 (Andrew Davies)
18. Gershwin: Porgy And Bess; Preludes, CD/IMP Classics 6700632 (unknown pianist)
19. Crazy For You, CD/Angel CDC 7 54618-2 (The Manhattan Rhythm Kings and Company)
20. Crazy For You, CD/RCA Victor 09026-61993-2  (The Deadrock Rhythm Kings: Kieran McIllroy, Jon Clairmonte, and Jeremy Harrison)
21. Crazy For You, CD/tfn Lava 2008012 (cast with orchestra conducted by Heiko Lippmann)
22. Crazy For You, CD/Universal Stage Music 986 903-0 (Robbert van den Bergh, William Spaaij, Marnix van den Broeke, Girls & Cowboys with orchestra conducted by Rene Op den Camp)
23. Crazy For You, CD/Pony Canyon PCCH-00068 (Japanese cast)
24. Crazy For You, CD/Tring GRF 264 (studio cast)
25. Crazy For You, CD/Stratford Festival (Marcus Nance, Stephen Patterson, Steve Ross, and Company with musical direction by Shelley Hanson)
A recording by the Toronto Ragtime Ensemble is also known to exist.

Some Wonderful Sort Of Someone (M: George Gershwin; L: Schuyler Greene) (not in programs):

1. The Gershwin Years, Decca (M) DXZ 160 (Richard Hayes with orchestra conducted by George Bassman)
2. Nice Work If You Can Get It, CD/Atlantic 82833-2 (Michael Feinstein, piano and voice, with orchestra conducted by Don Sebesky)

Without You (M: Irving Fisher; L: Nora Bayes) (dropped for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Columbia A 2921 (Nora Bayes with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 4: 1917-1920, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9059-61]

Unrecorded Material:

All My Life (M/L: Harry Akst; Nora Bayes; Irving Fisher) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
(When I) Build A Home (M: Harry Akst; Irving Fisher; L: Nora Bayes) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Caroline (added for the subsequent tour)
(I’m Always Happy With A) Crowd Of Girls (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Drink Out The Old Drink (in out of town program only)
Goodbye America (M/L: James O’Keefe) (not in programs)
Happy Days (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Here Comes The Bride (in out of town program only)
I Cannot Drink The Cold Drinks (added for the subsequent tour; originally used in ROLY POLY)
I’ll Tell The World (M/L: Seymour B. Simons; L: Nora Bayes) (in out of town program only)
Just The Two Of Us (M/L: Seymour B. Simons) (in out of town program only)
M-A-Y-B-E (Maybe) (M: Harry Ruby; L: Edgar Leslie) (added for the subsequent tour)
Me And You (M: Harry Akst; Irving Fisher; L: Nora Bayes) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
The Older They Get (Are) The Harder They Fall (dropped for the subsequent tour)
On To Victory
Spanish (M/L: Harry Clarke) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
The Tea Party
Tell Me (in out of town program only)
Waiting For This (M: Harry Akst; Nora Bayes; L: Irving Fisher) (not in programs)
(Just) What A Girl Can Do (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar)
What A Man Can Do (Just What A Girl Can Do)
What Could Be Sweeter Than You? (added for the subsequent tour)
What Could Be Fairer Than That? (added for the subsequent tour)
What Will We Do On A Saturday Night When The Town Goes Dry? (added for the subsequent tour)
Zing Boom Bah (added for the subsequent tour)