Composer: Arthur Schwartz
Lyricist: Frank Eyton

Opened: September 13, 1933, Strand Theatre, London
Performances: 221

Twixt The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea:

1. 78/HMV B6388 (Jack Jackson and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia CB653 (Debroy Somers Band)

What A Young Girl Ought To Know:

1. 78/Parlophone R1624 (Patricia Rossborough, piano)

Whatever You Do:

1. 78/Columbia CB653 (Debroy Somers Band)

With You Here And Me Here:

1. 78/HMV B6388 (Jack Jackson and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Decca F3670 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Columbia CB653 (Debroy Somers Band)
4. 78/Parlophone R1624 (Patricia Rossborough, piano)

You're An Old Smoothie (M: Nacio Herb Brown; Richard A. Whiting; L: B.G. DeSylva) (originally used in TAKE A CHANCE):

1. 78/Decca F3670 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra) [reissued on Cream Of Jack Hylton, CD/Pearl Flapper 9775]
2. 78/Columbia CB658 (Debroy Somers Band)
3. 78/HMV B8008 (Ramona and Her Grand Piano with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) [also 78/Victor 24202]
4. 78/Parlophone R1624 (Patricia Rossborough, piano)
5. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 356 (Chauncey Gray and His El Morocco Orchestra)
6. 78/Coral 60608 (Les Brown and His Band of Renown) [reissued on Blue Skies, Vol. 2, CD/Blue Moon BMCD 3047]
7. 78/Bluebird B 10279 (Babs, Charlie, and Little with The Smoothies)
8. 78/Brunswick 6484 (Billy Hughes and Lee Wiley with Victor Young and His Serenaders) [reissued on American Songbook Series: Richard Whiting, CD/Smithsonian RD 048-22]
9. 45/Capitol F809 (Margaret Whiting with Frank DeVol and His Orchestra) [also found on Love Songs By Margaret Whiting, Capitol (M) T-410; reissued on Love Songs By Margaret Whiting/Margaret Whiting Sings For The Starry-Eyed, CD/EMI 493064]
10. 45/Columbia B-13341 (The Ray Conniff Singers) [reissued on It's The Talk Of The Town, CD/Columbia CK-8143]
11. 7"/Columbia S7 31367 (The Mitch Miller Gang) [reissued on Strolling Down Memory Lane, CD/Reader's Digest Music]
12. Hey…Let Yourself Go!, Capitol (M) T-814 (Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra) [reissued on Hey…Let Yourself Go!/C'mon…Get Happy!, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 145]
13. Goldie's 2 Pianos, Ruby (S) FRS-1736 (Goldie Hawkins & Wayne Sanders, pianos)
14. Provocative Percussion, Vol. 4, Command 834 (Command All-Stars)
15. A Gala Tribute To Joshua Logan, Friends Of The Theatre And Music Collection Of The Museum Of The City Of New York AC (Ethel Merman with music direction by Colin Romoff)
16. Best Beat Forward, Vik (M) LX-1131 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by George Siravo)
17. A Musical Autobiography, Decca (M) DX 153 (Ethel Merman with the Buddy Cole Quartet) [reissued on Memories, CD/Sepia 1131]
18. Merman: Her Greatest!, Reprise 6032 (Ethel Merman with orchestra conducted by Billy May)
19. Merman In Vegas, Reprise (S) R9-6062 [reissued as CD/Collectables 6193]
20. Together On Broadway: Ethel Merman & Mary Martin, Private LP (S) AG-77 (Ethel Merman)
21. The Fleischman Yeast Hour March 16, 1933, CD/Redmond Nostalgia CD-1260 (Rudy Valee and Alice Faye)
22. Manhattan Nights: The Complete Golden Years Studio Sessions, CD/Definitive Records DRCD11157 (Lee Wiley)
23. Jimmy's Happy/Jimmy's Blue, CD/Ace 2042 (Jimmy Clanton)
24. Ella Swings Lightly, CD/Verve 517535 (Ella Fitzgerald)
25. First Lady Of Song, CD/Verve 517898 (Ella Fitzgerald) (alternate take)
26. Mermania!, Vol. 2, CD/Harbinger Records 1806 (Ethel Merman)
27. The Very Thought Of You, CD/Discovery Records 70969 (Frank Strazzeri)
28. NBC Bandstand Live: Feb. 1957, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 32 (The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra)
29. Autumn Serenades, CD/Alanna 5586 (Michael Fortunato)
30. Everything The Traffic Will Allow, CD/Lunch Money Productions (Klea Blackhurst)
31. Great Songs Of 1932, CD/Delta BYD 77035 (unknown performer)
32. Together With Music, CD/DRG CDXP1103 (Mary Martin and Noel Coward with musical direction by Tutti Camarata)
A radio transcription performed by Gloria De Haven is also known to exist.

Unrecorded Material:

I Know The Kind Of Girl (A Girl Like You) (L: Douglas Furber)
The Life-Saver's Song
Nice Goings On
Place In The Sun
Sweet One (L: Arthur Swartz) (sheet music only)
We've Got To Get On