Composer: Harry Warren
Lyricists: Mort Dixon; Joe Young

Opened: November 2, 1931, Imperial Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 243

Got To Go To Town (reused with new lyric as "Getting' Out Of Town" in 42ND STREET):

1. 78/Brunswick 20103 N (Dick Robertson with Abe Lyman's Californians) [reissued on Musical Comedy Medleys 1928-1934, JJA (M) 1977-6]
2. 42nd Street, RCA Red Seal CBL1 3891 (James Congdon, Joseph Bova, Carole Cook, Karen Prunczik, Tammy Grimes and Ensemble with musical direction by John Lesko) [reissued as CD/RCA Victor RCD1-3891]
3. 42nd Street, CD/RCA Victor VRCD 0812 (Waldemar Gorecki, Noel Mitchell, Toni Lamond, Caroline Kaspar, Nancye Hayes & Ensemble with musical direction by David King) [reissued as CD/RCA Victor VRCD 0812]
4. 42nd Street, CD/Polydor 549 477-2 (Entire cast with musical direction by Ruud Bos)
5. 42nd Street, CD/Q Records Atlantic 92953-2 (Full Company with musical direction by Todd Ellison)

Ooh! That Kiss:

1. 78/Columbia 2581 D (Dorsey Brothers and Their Orchestra with vocal refrain) [reissued on Jazz In The Charts 12/100: 1932, CD/Membran 223711]
2. 78/Brunswick 20103 N (Dick Robertson with Abe Lyman's Californians) [reissued on Musical Comedy Medleys 1928-1934, JJA (M) 1977-6]
3. 78/Perfect 11329 (The Eton Boys with The Piano Twins)
4. 78/Victor 22818 (Sylvia Froose and Frank Luther with Arden-Ohman and Their Orchestra) [reissued on Memories Of Old Broadway, CD/Take Two TT510CD]
5. At Separate Tables, 45EP/Jubilee EP-1092 (Lu Ann Simms)
6. Let Me Entertain You, Columbia (S) CS 8253 (Sandra Church with Luther Henderson and his Orchestra) [reissued on Gypsy Meets Gypsy, CD/Sepia 1164]
7. The Song Is… Harry Warren, CD/ASV Living Era CD AJA 5139 (Frances Day with the New Mayfair Dance Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)
8. Wakey! Wakey!, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5557 (Billy Cotton and His Band)
9. Radio & Recording Rarities, Vol. 31, CD/ Lowlights Publishing (The Three Ambassadors with Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra)
10. Carroll Gibbons With The Savoy Hotel Orpheans, CD/Lowlights Publishing (Carroll Gibbons and His Savoy Hotel Orpheans)
11. Here Come The Boys: 1925-1932, CD/Retrieval Recordings RTR7906 (Smith Ballew with Ben Selvin and His Orchestra)
12. Great Songs Of 1931, CD/Bygone Days BYD 77015 (Tony Starr)
13. Say It With Music, CD/ASV/Living Era 5487 (Jack Payne)
14. Bits And Pieces/Free And Easy, CD/Fresh Sound FSRCD 510 (Jackie Cain and Roy Kral with the Roy Kral & Bill Holman Orchestras)
15. The Best Of Al Bowlly, CD/PolyGram 844944 (Al Bowlly)
16. Moonlight Cocktail/Sophisticat In Cuba, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4225 (Stanley Black, His Piano and Orchestra)
17. Jeepers Creepers, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4225 (Alex Hassan)
18. The Two Syds, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6027 (Sydney Kyte and Sydney Lipton)
19. Echoes From The Cocoanut Grove, CD/Take Two TT 421 (Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra)
20. Cornet Chop Suey, CD/Concord Jazz 4606 (Ruby Braff)
21. Classics & Collectables, CD/Concord Jazz 4606 (Peggy Lee)
22. Supreme & Sensational, CD/Repertoire REP 4673 (The Equals) (unverified)
23. Paramount Hot Dance Obscurities, CD/Jazz Oracle 8049 (Doc Wilson and His Orchestra)
24. Swing Song, CD/Zest 921 (Hot Mustard Jazz Band)
25. London Pride, CD/Jazzology 244 (Laurie Chescoe) (unverified)
Radio transcriptions performed by The Jumpin'Jacks, the Nathaniel Shilkret Orchestra, Louise Carlyle and Willard Young with the Music Of Manhattan conducted by Norman Cloutier, Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes with the Carmen Dragon Orchestra, and Peggy Anne Ellis with the Leroy Holmes Orchestra are also known to exist.

The Torch Song:

1. 78/Brunswick 20103 N (Helen Rowland with Abe Lyman's Californians) [reissued on Musical Comedy Medleys 1928-1934, JJA (M) 1977-6]

You're My Everything:

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

Unrecorded Material:

Excuse For Song And Dance
I Wish I Could Laugh At Love
The Laugh Parade
Love Me Forever
Punch And Judy Man