Composer: Milton Ager
Lyricists: John Murray Anderson; Anna Wynne O’Ryan; Jack Yellen

Opened: March 19, 1920, Maxine Elliott’s Theatre, N.Y.C.; transferred on April 19, 1920 to the Lyric Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 115

A Young Man’s Fancy (Music Box Song):

1. 78/Columbia A 2970 (Art Hickman’s Orchestra) [reissued on The San Francisco Sound, Vol. 2, CD/Archeophone ARCH 6005]
2. 78/Victor 18678 (Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra)
3. 78/Emerson 10211 (Van Eps Specialty Four)
4. 78/Columbia A 3345 (The Happy Six)
5. 78/Decca 2403 (Nat Brandwynne and His Orchestra with vocal chorus)
6. 78/Victor 45215 (Olive Kline with orchestra)
7. 78/Edison 50679 (Lenzberg’s Riverside Orchestra)
8. Margaret Whiting Sings For The Starry Eyed, Capitol T-685 (Margaret Whiting with orchestra conducted by Frank DeVol) [reissued on Love Songs By Margaret Whiting/Margaret Whiting Sings For The Starry-Eyed, CD/EMI 4930642]
9. Gershwin . . . From Tin Pan Alley To Broadway, Mark 56 Records (M) 680 (George Gershwin, piano)
10. Spring Is Here, MGM (M) E-3162 (The Ray Charles Singers) [also 45/MGM 1131; 45/MGM K12201]
11. Fascinating Nights, Vol. 1, CD/Operetta Archives OA 1012 (Robin De Leon with Victoria Kirsch, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

The Bridal Veil (My Bridal Veil)
The Chelsea Reach
The Dance Of The Silver Bubble (added after the opening)
Danse Planchette
The Evolution Of The Finale
In Fair Japan
In The Year Fifty-Fifty (sheet music only)
The Jewels Of Pandora
Rap-Tap-A-Tap (Rap Tap, A Tap)
That Reminiscent Melody
The Theatrical Blues
The Valley Of Dreams
What’s In A Name (Love Is Always Love)
Without Kissing Love Isn’t Love