Composer: Ivan Caryll
Lyricist: Anne Caldwell

Opened: October 5, 1920, Globe Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 246

Baby Sister Blues (not in programs):

1. 78/Victor 19050 (Duncan Sisters with ukelele)

Don’t Bring Me Posies (It’s Shoesies That I Need) (M: Fred Rose; L: Billy McCabe; Clarence Jennings) (not in programs):

1. 78/Path 20806 (Sodero’s Dance Orchestra)
2. 78/Muse 260 (Martin’s Atlantic City Orchestra)
3. 78/Paramount 20150 (Earl Randolph’s Orchestra)
4. 78/Gennett 5007 (Aileen Stanley)
5. 78/Federal 5217 (Gotham Club Orchestra)
6. 78/Brunswick 127 (Fred Elizalde and His Music)
7. 78/Brunswick 2274 (Isham Jones Orchestra)
8. 78/Columbia A 3693 (Frank Westphal and His Rainbo Orchestra) [reissued on Oh! Sister, Ain’t That Hot! 1922-1924, CD/Rivermont 1158]
9. 78/Banner 1089 (Banner Dance Orchestra)
10. 78/Okeh 4680 (Markels Orchestra)
11. 78/King 15032 (Sister Slocum and Her Little Brother)
12. 78/Tempo TR 462 (Robert Lee)
13. 78/Victor 18931 (The Benson Orchestra of Chicago directed by Roy Bargy)
14. 78/Vocalion 14457 (Selvin’s Dance Orchestra)
15. 45/Coral 9-61964 (Georgia Brown)
16. The Complete Recordings, CD/Jump 122  (Rosy McHargue’s Ragtimers)
17. Carousel Breezes, Vol. 2, CD/Dynamic 135 (Wurlitzer Band Organ)

The Girl I[’ve] Never Met (cut after opening):

1. 78/Victor 18714 (Six Brown Brothers, saxophones) [reissued on Those Moaning Saxophones, CD/Archeophone ARCH 6002]

The Girl Who Keeps Me Guessing:

1. 78/Victor 18733 (Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra)

Humming (M: Ray Henderson; L: Louis Breau) (not in programs; subsequently used in FAUST ON TOAST):                                                                                                                                                                                                :

1. 78/HMV B1224 (Nellie Walker with chorus and orchestra conducted by George W. Byng)
2. 78/Path 022498 (Joe Gibson and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Gramophone 216270 (Rega Orchestra) [also 78/Okeh 4234]
4. 78/Emerson 10321 (Lanin’s Roseland Orchestra)
5. 78/Columbia A 3358 (The Happy Six)
6. 78/Columbia A 3399 (Eddy Brown, violin, with Josef Bonine, piano)
7. 78/Victor 18737 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Vocalion 35000 (Selvin’s Dance Orchestra)
9. 78/Edison 50817 (Criterion Quartet)

I Want A Lily:

1. 78/Victor 18733 (Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra)

When Shall We Meet Again (M: Richard A. Whiting; L: Raymond B. Egan) (not in programs; also used in THE PASSING SHOW OF 1921):

1. 78/Gennett 4822 (Charles Hart & Elliott Shaw with orchestral accompaniment) [also 78/Columbia A 3529]
2. 78/Bluebird B 5237 (Eddie Ryan with Barney Rapp and His New Englanders)
3. 78/Edison 50887 (Gladys Rice and Lewis James with orchestra)
4. 78/Victor 18858 (Hackel-Berge Orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 18841 (Edna Brown and Elliott Shaw)

Wonderful Girl-Wonderful Boy:

1. 78/Victor 18714 (Six Brown Brothers, saxophones) [reissued on Those Moaning Saxophones, CD/Archeophone ARCH 6002]

Unrecorded Material:

Beautiful Booby Prize (cut after opening)
Dance Of The School Girls
Dance Of The Valentines
Dance Of The Young Warrior (cut after opening)
Finders Is Keepers (And I Found You) (M/L: Tom Brown; Jack Frost) (not in programs)
Give Me That Letter
I Don’t Belong On A Farm (M: Arthur Swanstrom; L: Clark) (added after opening)
I Want To See My Ida Hoe In Idaho (M: Bert Rule; L: Alex Sullivan) (added after opening)
I’ll Say I Love You (M: Victor Jacobi; L: William Le Baron) (cut)
In The Sea (cut after opening but reinstated for part of the tour)
Indian Ensemble And Finale (Act 1)
Keewa-Tak-E-Yaka-Holo (L: Louis Harrison)
The Lantern Of Love (sheet music only)
Life Is Like A Punch And Judy Show
Little Fairy In The Home
My Hortense (cut)
Opening Chorus
Pussyfoot And Maltese (Cat Dance)
She Knows It (added after opening)
Shoppers’ Dance
Sweet Baby Mine (M/L: Tom Brown; Jack Frost) (not in programs)
Sweet Dreams (added after opening)
Valse Divertissement
Wedding Bells (M/L: Benjamin Hapgood Burt) (not in programs)
What Makes The Wild Waves Wild (cut after opening)
The Wireless Heart (M: Silvio Hein) (added after opening)