Composer: Louis A. Hirsch
Lyricist: Gene Buck

Opened: June 12, 1916, New Amsterdam Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 112

Note: An unidentified medley appears on 78/Victor 35571 (Conway’s Band).

Ain’t It Funny What A Difference A Few Drinks Make (M: Jerome Kern; L: Gene Buck) (cut after opening):

1. The Land Where The Good Songs Go, CD/PS Classics PS-1211 (Graham Rowat and Rebecca Luker with music conducted by David Loud)

Goodbye, Dear Old Bachelor Days (Bachelor Days):

1. 78/Victor 18120  (Peerless Quartet with orchestra)

Have A Heart (M: Jerome Kern; L: Gene Buck) (cut after opening; different song than "Have A Heart" in HAVE A HEART)

1. 78/Victor 18014 (Alice Green and Raymond Dixon with orchestra)
2. Lost Broadway And More Volume 6: Jerome Kern, CD/Original Cast OC-1399 (Michael Marcotte with Michael Levine, piano)

I Left Her On The Beach At Honolulu:

1. 78/Victor 18104 (Harry Macdonough and Mixed Chorus with orchestra)
2. 78/Emerson 774 (Moront Harvey with Malvin Franklin, piano)
3. 78/Edison 50378 (Walter Van Brunt and Chorus with orchestra)
4. The Follies Girl, Decca (M) DL-8495  (Bill Snyder Orchestra)

If You Were The Only Girl (In The World) (M: Nat D. Ayer; L: Clifford Grey):

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

In Florida Among The Palms (M/L: Irving Berlin) (added after opening; originally used in STEP THIS WAY):

1. 78/Columbia A-2091 (Irving Kaufman with orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 18138 (Sterling Trio)
3. 78/Victor 18104  (Harry MacDonough)
4. 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)
5. Chip Deffaa’s An Irving Berlin Travelogue, CD/Garrett Mountain CDP AD 0604 (Rayna Hirt with musical direction by Richard Danley)

I’m Gone Before I Go (M: Harry Carroll; L: Ballard Macdonald):

1. 78/Columbia A 2078 (Bert Williams with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on The Middle Years, 1910-1918, CD/Archeophone ARCH 5003]

The Lee Family (M: Will Vodery; L: Alex Rogers):

1. 78/Columbia A 2078 (Bert Williams with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on The Middle Years, 1910-1918, CD/Archeophone ARCH 5003]

The Midnight Frolic Rag (cut after opening):

1. Memphis Stomp, 1927-1930, CD/Frog DGF 24 (Williamson’s Beale Street Frolic Orchestra) (unverified)

When The Lights Are Low (M: Jerome Kern) (cut after opening):

1. Early Kern, CD/Rialto Recordings SLRR-9102 (Gregg Edelman with musical direction by Glenn Mehrbach)

Unrecorded Material:

Beautiful Island Of Girls (music adapted from Lehar’s GYPSY LOVE)
The Blushing Ballet (dance)
The Dying Swan (M: Leo Edwards; L: Blanche Merrill) (not in program)
Finale (Act 2)
The Hat (M: Leo Edwards; L: Blanche Merrill)
I Want That Star (L: George V. Hobart) (cut after opening)
I’ve Said Goodbye To Broadway (M: Dave Stamper)
I’ve Saved All My Lovin’ For You (M: Dave Stamper)
My Lady Of The Nile (not used)
My Lady Of The Nile (M: Jerome Kern)                                                                   
Nijinsky (M: Dave Stamper) (cut after opening)
(There’s) Ragtime Is In The Air (M: Dave Stamper)
The Six Little Wives Of The King
Somnambulistic Melody (Somnambulistic Tune) (M: Dave Stamper)
Stop And Go
Walking The Dog (M: Eubie Blake; L: Noble Sissle) (not used)