Composer: Muriel Pollock
Lyricist: Harold Atteridge; Max Lief; Nathaniel Lief

Opened: February 18, 1929, Majestic Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 136

Just Suppose (M: Phil Baker; Maurice Rubens; L: Moe Jaffe; Sid Silvers):

1. 78/Brunswick 4357 (Pleasure Bound Orchestra conducted by Harold Stern)
2. Radio Broadcast Follies Of 1935 Vol. Two, Louver (M) RADCO 3500 (Bette Davis)

(You Can't Take Away) The Things That Were Made For Love (M: Peter DeRose; L: Irving Kahal; Charles Tobias) (not in programs):

1. 78/Columbia 1764 D (Irving Kaufman with Fred Rich and His Orchestra) [also 78/Regal 8760; 78/Domino 4315]
2. 78/Diva 2877 G (Jim Andrews with Ted Bartell and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Diva 2904 G (Sammy Fain) [also 78/Velvet Tone 1904 V; 78/Harmony 904 H]
4. 78/Romeo 958 (Broadway Broadcasters)
5. 78/Velvet Tone 1877 V (Marvin Young with the Golden Gate Orchestra) [also 78/Harmony 877 H]
6. 78/Brunswick 4307 (Skinny Ennis with Hal Kemp and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 21943 (Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra)
8. Ain't That A Grand And Glorious Feeling, CD/Stomp Off 1208 (Don Neely's Royal Society Jazz Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Cross Word Puzzles
Doll Dance
Finale (Act 2)
Glory Of Spring
(Sweet Little) Mannikin Dolls (M: Phil Baker; Maurice Rubens)
My Melody Man (M: Peter DeRose; L: Henry Clare; Charles Tobias) (not in program)
Park Avenue Strut (M: Phil Baker; Maurice Rubens; L: Harold Atteridge; Moe Jaffe)
Sand Paper Number
Spanish Dance
Spanish Fado
We Love To Go To Work (Opening)
We'll Get Along
Why Do You Tease Me?