Composer: Jay Gorney
Lyricists: Edward Eliscu; Edward Morey

Opened: January 22, 1943
Performances: Closed out of town

The Four Rivers:

1. Robeson Sings, 10"/Othello L-101 (Paul Robeson with orchestra and chorus) [reissued on Ballad For Americans And Other Great Songs Of Faith, Love, and Patriotism, CD/Vanguard 117]
2. The Peace Arch Concerts, CD/Folk Era Records FERCD 1442 (Paul Robeson)

Love In A Changing World (previously used in THEY CAN'T LET YOU DOWN):

1. Make Mine Manhattan & Gret Revues Revisted, Painted Smiles PS-1369 (Arthur Siegel and Christine Ranck) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-119]

You And Your Broken Heart (also used in HEY, ROOKIE!

1. Hot Moonlight!: Karen Lynn Gorney Sings The Music Of Jay Gorney, CD/Gorney Music (Karen Lynn Gorney)
2. Lost Broadway And More Volume 3, CD/Original Cast Records (Jillian Louis)

Unrecorded Material:

Crispus Attucks (M: Phil Moore; L: Edward Eliscu; Robert Meltzer)
Damn The Torpedoes (Full Speed Ahead) (ASCAP/Library Of Congress only)
Early Monday Morning
The Four Freedoms (ASCAP/Library Of Congress only)
He Was All Right Here (aka "He'll Be All Right There") (ASCAP/Library Of Congress only)
Let's Go Out And Ring Doorbells
Lincoln And Juarez (aka "Juarez And Lincoln")
Mamma, It's Saturday Night
Marching With Johnny
Mr. Roosevelt And Mr. Churchill
That Mittle-Europa Europe Man (previously used in THEY CAN'T LET YOU DOWN and LET FREEDOM SING and subsequently used in MEET THE PEOPLE OF 1955)
You're Good For My Morale (ASCAP/Library Of Congress only)