Composer: Burton Lane
Lyricist: Burton Lane

Opened: December 23, 1944, Winter Garden Theatre, NYC
Performances: 233

Feudin' And Fightin' (aka "Fussin', Feudin' & Fightin'") (L: Burton Lane and Al Dubin, although sometimes erroneously co-credited to Frank Loesser):

1. 78/Mercury 6049 (Rex Allen and His Arizona Wranglers)
2. 78/Capitol B 443 (Jo Stafford and the Starlighters with Paul Weston and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Best Of Jo Stafford, CD/EMI-Capitol Special Markets 39690]
3. 78/MGM 10041 (Kate Smith and Four Chicks & Chuck with Jack Miller and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Songbird Of The South, CD/ASV/Living Era 5465
4. 78/Victor 20-2313 (Tex Beneke and the Moonlight Serenaders with the Glenn Miller Orchestra) [reissued on Prom Date, CD/Dutton Vocalion 1950]
5. 78/Decca 23975 (Bing Crosby and the Jesters with Bob Haggart and his Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Bing Crosby, CD/Jonzo]
6. 78/Columbia 37189 (Dorothy Shay with orchestra conducted by Mischa Russell) [reissued on Here's Dorothy Shay, Sepia 1078]
7. 45/Imperial X5472 (Dorothy Shay and Chorus with the Jimmie Haskell Orchestra)
8. Park Avenue Hillbillies And West End Cowboys, CD/Collector's Choice Music 219 (Dorothy Shay)
9. Close Together As You And Me, Musicor (S) MS-3109 (George Jones and Melba Montgomery)
10. Feudin' And Fightin', CD/Goofin 6702 (Marti Brom with the Cornell Hurd Band)
11. Patron Of The Arts, CD/Viper's Nest Gold 151 (Jimmy Durante)
12. The Voice Of America, CD/Vintage Jazz Band 1950 (Kate Smith)
13. Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul/Have A Smile With Me, CD/Rhino 72843 (Ray Charles and the Raelettes)
14. Start Off Each Day With A Song, CD/JSP 701 (Bing Crosby with John Trotter's Orchestra)
15. Freddie Gambrell With Ben Tucker, Bass, CD/Toshiba EMI 6385 (Freddie Gambrell with Ben Tucker, bass)
16. Her Nibs, Rondolette (M) 876 (Georgia Gibbs) [reissued on Like A Song, CD/Simitar 5605]
17. Play It Again Ted, CD/Memoir 524 (Paul Carpenter and Jack Parnell with Ted Heath and His Orchestra)
18. The Park Avenue Hillbilly!, Capitol (M) PB-2512 (Dorothy Shay with orchestra directed by Buddy Freed)
19. The Tiffany Transcriptions, CD/Rhino 71478 (The McKinney Sisters with Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys)

Unrecorded Material:

An Apartment In 1980 (sketch)
The Doolittle Hop (cut out of town)
The Ghost Train (A Night On A Union Pacific Pullman) (sketch)
Go Down To Boston Harbor
Got That Good Time Feelin' (Mississippi)
Gotta Get Joy (L: Al Dubin)
The Hellzapoppin Polka
Hooray For Anywhere
In The Radio Station (sketch)
Moments Musicales
Mother Mississippi
The Piano Movers (sketch)
Pocatello, Idaho (sketch)
The Russian Arts Players (sketch)
The Steps Of The Capitol
Stop That Dancing
Sunny California
The White House (sketch)
This Is As Far As I Go
Two On An Island
You Excite Me (cut out of town)