(Play with Songs)

Composer: Sam Morrison
Lyricist: Dolph Singer

Opened: April 13, 1936, Mansfield Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 8

Us On A Bus (M: Vee Lawnhurst; L: Tot Seymour):

1. 78/Gramophone JO. 123 (Fats Waller, piano and voice, with "Fats" Waller and his Rhythm) [also 78/Victor 25295; reissued on Fractious Fingering: The Early Years, Part 3 (1936), CD/RCA 66747]
2. 78/Bluebird B 6418 (Mary Jane Walsh with Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra) [reissued on The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands: Happy Days, CD/Jasmine Records 34]
3. 78/Banner 6-06-08 (Rudy Vallee, vocal, with Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees) [also 78/Perfect 6-06-08]
4. The Panic Is On! A Max Kaminsky Memorial, CD/Viper's Nest Gold 154 (Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake 7)
5. Recordings 1936-1937, CD/SPV 3109 (Teddy Stauffer and the Original Teddies)
6. Look Who's Been Dreaming, CD/LML Music 174 (Justin Hayforth)
Radio transcriptions performed by Kay Thompson and the Rhythm Singers and by the Rhythm Makers Orchestra are also known to exist.

Unrecorded Material:

The Chatterbox
I Wrote A Song For You (L: By [William] Dunham; Dolph Singer)
Lowen-Green Country Club, I Love You
My Love Carries On
Play Me An Old Time Two-Step