Composer: Raymond Hubbell
Lyricist: Harry B. Smith

Opened: October 21, 1912, Moulin Rouge Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 88

Borrow From Me (M/L: Bert Williams) (not in programs):

1. 78/Columbia A-1354 (Bert Williams with orchestra) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 2: 1908-1913, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9053-5]

The Broadway Glide (M: Bert Grant; L: A. Seymour Brown):

1. Music Of Old New York, CD/Museum Music MM161 (Richard Dowling, piano)

Daddy Has A Sweetheart And Mother Is Her Name (M: Dave Stamper; L: Gene Buck) (not in programs):

1. 78/Victor 17320 (Edna Brown with orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia A-1320 (Manuel Romain with orchestral accompaniment)

Down In Dear Old New Orleans (M: Con Conrad; Jay Whidden; L: Joe Young) (not in programs):

1. 78/Victor 35305 (Victor Mixed Chorus)
2. 78/Victor 17248 (American Quartet with orchestra)
3. 78/Columbia A 1260 (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan with orchestral accompaniment)

Good Night Nurse (M: W. Raymond Walker; L: Thomas J. Gray) (cut):

1. 78/Victor 17286 (Billy Murray)

(You’re A) Great Big Blue-Eyed Baby (added for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/United Record A 1300 (unidentified vocal quartette)
2. 78/Standard Disc A 1380 (Standard Male Quartette with orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 17375 (Arthur Pryor’s Band)
4. 78/Victor 17440 (Victory Military Band)
5. 78/Victor 17344 (Heidelbert Quintette with orchestra) [reissued on Floating Down The River: Complete Releases 1912-1914, CD/Archeophone 5005]
6. 78/Columbia A 1300 (Peerless Quartette with orchestral accompaniment)

I Should Worry (cut):

1. 78/Victor 17269 (Ada Jones) (unverified)

A Little Bit Of Everything (M/L: Irving Berlin):

1. She’s So Beautiful: Irving Berlin Songs For Florenz Ziegfeld 1910-1927 And Other Songs From 1919-1921, CD/Oakton ORCD0007 (Benjamin Sears with Bradford Conner, piano)

My Landlady (M/L: Bert Williams) (not in programs):

1. 78/Columbia A-1289 (Bert Williams with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 2: 1908-1913, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9053-5]
2. 78/Victor 17279 (Arthur Collins)

(You’re) On The Right Road (not in programs):

1. 78/Columbia A-1354 (Bert Williams with orchestra) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 2: 1908-1913, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9053-5]

Row, Row, Row (M: James V. Monaco; L: William Jerome) (originally used in WHIRL OF SOCIETY and subsequently used in THE NIGHT BOAT):

1. 78/Varsity 8185 (Peggy Nolan with Lang Thompson and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia A 5472 (Prince’s Band)
3. 78/M-G-M 30282 (Carleton Carpenter and Debbie Reynolds) [also found on Two Weeks with Love/I Love Melvin, CD/Sony 48609]
4. 78/Columbia 37280 (Pearl Bailey with orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres) [reissued on The Chronological Pearl Bailey 1944-1947, CD/Classics 1213]
5. 78/Decca 5181 (Dick Robertson, vocal, with Dick Robertson and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 3031]
6. 78/Decca 27667 (Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra) [reissued on Memories, CD/MCA 80440]
7. 78/Bluebird B 10541 (Mary Ann Mercer with Mitchell Ayres and His Fashions In Music)
8. 78/Columbia A 1244 (Arthur Collins with orchestra)
9 . 78/Victor 17205 (Ada Jones with orchestra) [reissued on 1913: Come And See The Big Parade, CD/Archeophone ARCH 9005]
10. 78/Victor 20-3571 (Phil Harris, vocal, with Phil Harris and His Orchestra)
11. 45/Coral 65538 (Jerry Burke)
12. Seven Little Foys, 45EP/Victor EPB 3275 (Bob Hope)
13. Here Comes The Mississippi Showboat, Capitol (S) 1684 (Tennessee Ernie Ford)
14. Vaud-Villities ’65, No label (S) O26-41 (The Men’s Glee Club featuring Dick Wilson)
15. Broadway’s All Time Hits, Mercury Wing (M) MGW 12166 (Vivian Blaine with orchestra conducted by Glenn Osser)
16. Now, Mainstream (S) 56042 (Clea Bradford with orchestra conducted by Jim Tyler)
17. Minstrel Scandals, Continental (M) ZB 8147 (unknown performer)
18. Two Of A Kind, Atco (S) 90484-1-Y (Bobby Darin & Johnny Mercer with Billy May and his Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Atco 90484-2]
19. Oh! You Beautiful Doll, CD/Arabesque Z6675 (Robert DeCormier Singers and Ensemble directed by Robert DeCormier)
20. The Complete Eddie Cantor Story, CD/Original Cast (Eddie Cantor)
21. Pals, CD/Original Cast 9918 (Eddie Cantor and George Jessel)
22. A Very Well Traveled Man, CD/Omni Records OMN 101CD (Henson Cargill)
23. Not Y our Standard Spike Jones Collection, CD/Collectors’ Choice Music CCM 3292 (Spike Jones)
24. The Rare Monro, CD/EMI 37255 (Matt Monro)
25. Drifting And Dreaming With Jo Stafford, CD/Vintage Jazz Classics 1040 (Jo Stafford)
26. Seven Little Foys, CD/Original Cast 5637975285 (Company)
27. Swingn Me An Old Song, CD/EMI TOCJ9669 (Julie London)
28. Beauty And The Beard, CD/RCA 57732 (Ann-Margret with Al Hirt)
29. Happy Jazz, CD/Magic DAWE 84 (Red Nichols)
30. Over The Hills And Far Away, CD/Universal 5349302 (The Springfields)
31. Memories, Decca DL9028 (Ethel Merman) [reissued as CD/Sepia 1131]
32. Oh! You Beautiful Doll, CD/Arabesque 6675 (Robert DeCormier)
33. Southern Gentlemen Of Song, CD/Collectors’ Choice Music CCM 10082 (Phil Harris)
34 . Blonde Bombshell/In Hollywood, CD/Jasmine JASCD139/50 (Betty Hutton)
35. Rounds Galore And More, Vol. 3, CD/Astoria Productions (Rounds Galore & More Singers)
36. 100 Years Ago Hits From The Turn Of The Century, CD/Cinematic Creations (Cinematic Creations)
37. Get Happy, CD/Disky CB901169 (Big Ben Banjo Band)
38. Pirates, Bubbles, And Llamas, CD/Aaron Vande Wege 52128 (Aaron Vande Wege)
39. More Songs My Daddy Taught Me, CD/Bob Blake (Bob Blake)
40. Hello, Frisco!, CD/Lovers Point Jazz (Ann Gibson)
41. Patron Of The Arts, CD/Viper’s Nest Gold 151 (Jimmy Durante and Eddie Cantor)
42. Lowe Stokes, Vol. 1: 1927-1930, CD/Document DOCD 8045 (Lowe Stokes)
43. Presenting That Celebrated Maestro/Oh, Play That Thing!, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6804 (Max Morath)

Some Boy (M: Dave Stamper; L: Gene Buck) (not in programs):

1. 78/Victor 17313 (Ada Jones with orchestra)

That Shakespearian Rag (M: Dave Stamper; L: Gene Buck; Herman Ruby) (cut):

1. The Shakespeare Revue, CD/That’s Entertainment Records 1237 (Susie Blake, Martin Conor, Janie Dee, Christopher Luscombe, and Malcolm Mckee)

There’s One In A Million Like You (M: Jean Schwartz; L: Grant Clarke) (added after opening):

1. 78/Columbia A 1346 (Manuel Romain and the Peerless Quartette with orchestra)

Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (M: Lewis Muir; L: L. Wolfe Gilbert) (added for the subsequent tour):

I have not attempted to compile discographical information for this standard.

Unrecorded Material:

Beautiful, Beautiful Girl (L: John E. Hazzrd)
Blackberryin’ To-day (M/L: Bert Williams) (not in programs)
The Boardwalk Parade
The Coffee Mother Used To Make (cut)
Dingle, Dingle, Dingle (M: Con Conrad; Jay Whidden; L: Joe Young) (cut)
Dip, Dip, Dip (added after opening)
Good Old Circus Band
Hurry, Little Children
I Ain’t No Fool (cut)
In A Pretty Little Cottage (added after opening)
In A Pretty Little White House Of Our Own (M: Leo Edwards; L: Blanche Merrill)
Louisiana (added after opening)
The Million (added after opening)
Mother Doesn’t Know (dropped for the subsequent tour)
My Little Lady Bug (cut)
Pierrot And Pierette Dance
Romantic Girl
Society Circus Parade (inst.) (not in programs)
Stage Door Number
That Wonderful Tune (M: Jean Schwartz; L: Grant Clarke) (sheet music only)
When You Meet Them On Broadway (cut)
Yodel Song
You Got To Keep A’ Moving And Dance (You Gotta Keep A’ Going)
You Might As Well Stay On Broadway
You Should Have Most Everything (cut)