Composer: James Van Heusen
Lyricist: Joseph McCarthy; Billy Rose

Opened: 1940, New York World's Fair
Performances: Unknown

Eleanor, I Adore You:

1. 78/Bluebird B 10708 (Frank Parrish with Abe Lyman and His Californians)

When The Spirit Moves Me:

1. 78/Bluebird B 10734 (Mary Ann McCall with Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra 1940, CD/Classics 1318]

You Think Of Everything:

1. 78/Vocalion 5608 (Joe Martin, Rose McCarthy, and James Van Heusen with Del Courtney and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Bluebird B 10708 (Frank Parrish with Abe Lyman and His Californians)
3. 78/Decca 3217 (Woody Herman with orchestra conducted by Woody Herman) [reissued on The Chronological Woody Herman And His Orchestra 1940, CD/Classics 1243]
4. 78/Columbia 35489 (Orrin Tucker with orchestra conducted by Orrin Tucker)
5. 78/Victor 26636 (Connie Haines with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra) [reissued on Singin' And Swingin', CD/Collectors' Choice Music CCM-241]
6. That Kind Of Woman, Roulette (S) SR-52039 (Joe Williams)
7. Teddy Stauffer's Original Teddies, CD/Atmos 22002 (Teddy Stauffer)
8. Richard Himber And His Orchestra 1940, CD/Circle 41 (Richard Himber and His Orchestra)
9. Live 1940-1941, CD/Ballad 9 (Dick Haymes with Harry James and His Orchestra)
10. The Magic Window: A Celebration Of Jimmy Van Heusen's Music, CD/Audiophile ACD-222 (Richard Rodney Bennett, piano and voice, with the Gene Bertoncini/Michael Moore Duo)
Unverified radio transcriptions performed by Sonny Skyler and the Vincent Lopez Orchestra and by Gwen Williams with Ted Steele's Novatones are also known to exist.

Unrecorded Material:

Le Can Can
There's A New Gang On The Way