Composer: Ray Henderson
Lyricist: Jack Yellen

Opened: April 1, 1943, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 553

The Advertising Song (M/L: Harold Rome) (added after opening):

1. 78/Keynote K-502 (Harold Rome, piano and voice) [reissued on Pins And Needles, JJA Records (M) 19783]
2. Rome-Antics, Heritage (M) H-0063 (Harold Rome, piano and voice, with accompaniment)

Hold That Smile:

1. The Broadway Musicals Of 1943, CD/Bayview RNBW015 (Jason Graae with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)

The Pennsylvania Polka (M/L: Lester Lee; Zeke Manners):

This recording, 78/Decca 18398 (The Andrews Sisters with Vic Shoen and His Orchestra), was used in the production. I have not otherwise attempted to compile discological information for this polka standard.

Unrecorded Material:

Back to The Farm (M: Dan White; L: Bud Burtson)
Butler Sketch (sketch)
Come Up And Have A Cup Of Coffee
Hep, Hot And Solid Sweet (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
Hindoo Serenade (Hindu Serenade)
Love Songs Are Made In The Night
Lunch Counter Sketch (sketch)
The Micromaniac (M/L: Harold Rome)
(There Are) New Roses Every Summer
Private Lives (sketch)
The Saga Of Carmen (aka "Carman Was" and "Carmen In Zoot")
Sue Ryan (M: Dan White; L: Bud Burtson)
Swing Your Lady Mister Hemingway
Thirty-Five Summers Ago
This Is It
Under My Umbrella (M: Vernon Duke; L: Howard Dietz) (not used; also not used in DANCING IN THE STREETS)
The Wedding Of A Solid Sender (dance) (M: Baldwin Bergerson)
You're Dreamlike (M: Vernon Duke; L: Howard Dietz) (not used; also not used in SADIE THOMPSON)