1931 Songs: I Found a Million Dollar Baby, I Don't Know Why, Dream a Little Dream of Me, as Time Goes By, Blue Yodel, That's My Desire, Brother

 
9781155689982: 1931 Songs: I Found a Million Dollar Baby, I Don't Know Why, Dream a Little Dream of Me, as Time Goes By, Blue Yodel, That's My Desire, Brother
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 129. Not illustrated. Chapters: I Found a Million Dollar Baby, I Don't Know Why, Dream a Little Dream of Me, as Time Goes By, Blue Yodel, That's My Desire, Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?, Plaisir D'amour, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, Heartaches, Prisoner of Love, Yours, Guilty, Lies, Dancing in the Dark, Underneath the Arches, Nevertheless, Goodnight, Sweetheart, Which Side Are You On?, My Girl's Pussy, All of Me, I Surrender Dear, Love Letters in the Sand, When Your Lover Has Gone, Lady of Spain, When It's Sleepy Time Down South, Where the Blue of the Night, Out of Nowhere, Under the Bridges of Paris, Beautiful Love, Just Friends, You're Blasé, I Apologize, Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams, Who Cares?, One More Time, When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain, I've Got Five Dollars, Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries, Hello, My Lover, Goodbye, Somebody From Somewhere, of Thee I Sing, Love Is Sweeping the Country, Paradise, She Didn't Say Yes, Close Your Eyes. Excerpt: "I Found a Million Dollar Baby (in a Five and Ten Cent Store)" is a popular song. The music was written by Harry Warren, the lyrics by Mort Dixon and Billy Rose. The song was published in 1931, though the same lyric with different music had been published five years earlier. It was introduced in the Broadway musical Billy Rose's Crazy Quilt, which opened in May, 1931, where it was sung by Fanny Brice. Many versions of the song were recorded in 1931. The biggest hit was by Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians, with a vocal by Clare Hanlon, released by Victor Records as catalog number 22107 . The next-most-popular version was by Bing Crosby, released by Brunswick Records as catalog number 6128 and a version recorded by the Boswell Sisters and Victor Young's Orchestra also had some popularity. The song has since become a pop standard, recorded by m...

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