BING ON SHEET MUSIC

Originally published in BINGANG magazine and subsequently updated.

 

This listing is in response to a request on the Bing Crosby Internet Museum bulletin board for a listing of Bing Crosby’s sheet music. Charles Baillie, Mark Scrimger, and Marilee Stankowski graciously agreed to provide lists of their own extensive Bing Crosby sheet music collections. Our thanks go to Mark, Marilee, and Charlie for the many hours they spent going through literally thousands of pieces of sheet music to compile their lists. Our thanks also go to Marq Stankowski and Malcolm Macfarlane for their assistance in coordinating the lists and for proof reading the final drafts.

All the music listed below has Bing’s picture or his name printed on it, or is very closely associated with his career through other people, such as Paul Whiteman. Concerning movies and a couple of TV productions, the title of the film or TV show is listed only when the sheet music mentions or promotes a movie or show. There are a few exceptions, but these are noted in the text. The presence of a piece of music with movie title in this list does not imply that Bing himself sang the song in the movie or TV production.

A standard title has been chosen for each piece of music, using conventional American-English spelling and punctuation. The title actually printed on the music may vary slightly in spelling, punctuation, or word spacing.

There was some question as to whether we should include the professional black and white editions (abbreviated as pro. b&w) that the publishers printed to be distributed for promotional purposes. Since these editions are prized by some collectors, we decided to include them. Many of these have covers with generic artwork (a man playing piano, fancy scrolls, etc.). Some do not have a cover, and the promotional information has been inserted on the first page of the music. Nearly all had warnings that the music was for professional use and was not to be sold. Some sheets are labeled Advance Artist Copy instead of Professional Copy.

Word-by-word (not letter-by-letter) alphabetizing has been used. This is also known as the “nothing before something” rule. That means that a space takes precedence over a letter in filing. This is standard American library procedure. The initial articles a, an, and the have been placed at the end of the title to facilitate use. Punctuation in the title has been ignored as far as alphabetizing is concerned.

The listing consists of the title (in caps), the movie or TV show in which it was featured (in italics), date of publication of the music and/or year a movie was released, and varying issues of the music that have been found.

Bing sang thousands of songs in his time. Not all of them had his name and/or picture on the sheet music, of course, and probably most collectors have a lot of these in their files. We have not attempted to list any of them.

With very few exceptions, only the front covers of the sheet music have been considered as far as variations are concerned. There may also be variations on the back covers or in the printing of the music itself.

     

Wayne Martin

 

 

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS LIST

arr. = arrangement             dk. = dark       diff. = different          ed. = edition                           

lt. = light               pic = picture                pro.= professional copy, black and white

pub. = publisher                var. = variations

Revised August 3, 2012


American Editions

A

ABRAHAM (Holiday Inn, 1942). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

AC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE (Here Come The Waves, 1944).

ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN (Mr. Music, 1950).

AFTER SUNDOWN (Going Hollywood, 1933).

AFTER YOU (Double Or Nothing, 1937). Var.: (1) movie ed; (2) pro. b&w.

AFTER YOU’VE GONE (1931).

AIN’T DOIN’ BAD DOIN’ NOTHIN’ (1948). Var.: (1) blue; (2) purple.

AIN’T GOT A DIME TO MY NAME (Road To Morocco, 1942). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

AIN’T IT A SHAME ABOUT MAME? (Rhythm On The River, 1940).

ALL ASHORE (1938).

ALL BY MYSELF (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

ALL DAY LONG (1932).

ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

ALL SHE’D SAY WAS “UMH-HUM” (1947).

ALL YOU WANT TO DO IS DANCE (Double Or Nothing, 1937).

ALLA EN EL RANCHO GRANDE. See: EL RANCHO GRANDE.

ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL (1945). Var.: (1) blue; (2) purple.

ALWAYS YOURS (1934).

AND YOU’LL BE HOME (Mr. Music, 1950).

ANNABELLE (1955).

ANNIVERSARY WALTZ (1941). Var.: (1) dk. blue; (2) royal blue.

ANTHEM OF THE CLAMS

ANY MAN WHO LOVES HIS MOTHER (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

ANY TOWN IS PARIS WHEN YOU’RE YOUNG (1951).

APALACHICOLA, FLA. (Road To Rio, 1947).

APPLE FOR THE TEACHER, AN (The Star Maker, 1939). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

APRIL PLAYED THE FIDDLE (If I Had My Way, 1940).

A PROPOS DE RIEN (Little Boy Lost, 1953).

AREN’T YOU GLAD YOU’RE YOU? (The Bells of St. Mary’s, 1945). Var.: (1) dk. purple; (2) lt. purple; (3) Hawaiian guitar arr.

AS LONG AS I’M DREAMING (Welcome Stranger, 1947).

AT LAST! AT LAST! (1951).

AT LEAST IT WAS GOOD FOR A LAUGH (1953).

AT THE FLYING “W” (1948).

AT YOUR COMMAND (1931).

AUTUMN LEAVES (1950). Var.: (1) with pic.; (2) with name, no pic., different art.

AXE, AN APPLE AND A BUCKSKIN JACKET, AN (1957).

 

B

BACK IN THE OLD ROUTINE (1951).

BANG, BANG (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

BASIN STREET BLUES (1933). Var.: (1) red ; (2) wine.

BE-BOP SPOKEN HERE (1949).

BE CAREFUL, IT’S MY HEART (Holiday Inn, 1942). Var.: (1) Original ed.; (2) later ed. with white publishers box.

BE HONEST WITH ME (1941). Var.: (1) purple, Western pub.; (2) purple, Robbins & Sons pub.; (3) blue, Robbins & Sons pub.; (4) blue, Western pub.; (5) maroon & white, different art work, no pipe, different tie.

BEAUTIFUL GIRL (1933).

BEAUTIFUL LOVE (1944).

BECAUSE YOU CALLED ME YOUR SWEETHEART (1939).

BELLS OF ST. MARY’S, THE (The Bells of St. Mary’s, 1945). Var.: (1) pink, different art; (2) lt. orange; (3) dk. orange.

BENCH IN THE PARK, A (King Of Jazz, 1930).

BEST THINGS HAPPEN WHEN YOU’RE DANCING, THE. (White Christmas, 1953). Var.: (1) red letter title with price; (2) red letter title without price; (3) green letter title.

BETWEEN A KISS AND A SIGH (1938).

BETWEEN 18TH AND 19TH ON CHESTNUT STREET (1939).

BEYOND COMPARE (1936).

BEYOND THE REEF (1949). Var.: (1) thin white title strip; (2) thick white title strip; (3) name, no pic., different art.

BIRDS OF A FEATHER (Road To Zanzibar, 1941). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) b&w pro.

BIRMINGHAM JAIL (1938).

BIRTH OF THE BLUES, THE (Birth Of The Blues, 1941).

BLACK BALL FERRY LINE (1951).

BLACK MOONLIGHT (Too Much Harmony, 1933). Var.: (1) 1st printing with extra song; (2) later printing; (3) pro. b&w.

BLUE HAWAII (Waikiki Wedding, 1937). Var.: movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w; (3) Hawaiian guitar arr.

BLUE SKIES (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

BLUES FOR PAREE, THE (1955).

BOB WHITE (1937).

Boo-Hoo(small)BONNE NUIT (Here Comes The Groom, 1951). Var.: (1) reg. ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

BOO-BOO-BOO (Too Much Harmony, 1933). Var.: (1) 1st printing with extra song; (2) later printing; (3) pro. b&w.

BOO-HOO (1937).

BOY NEXT DOOR, THE (That’s Entertainment, 1972).

BRAHMS’ LULLABY (1945).

BROKEN-HEARTED CLOWN (1937).

BROKEN MELODY (1941).

BUCKIN’ THE WIND (1933). Var.: (1) 1st printing with extra song; (2) later printing; (3) pro. b&w.

BUFFALO GALS (P.D.) See: DIXIE-ANA.

BUSY DOING NOTHING (A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, 1948).

BUT BEAUTIFUL (Road To Rio, 1947). Var.: (1) pink; (2) red.

BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON (c. 1932).

 

C

CABIN IN THE CAROLINES (1938).

CALL ME LUCKY (1953). Inspired by the Bing Crosby life story in the Saturday Evening Post. Var. (1) Bing pic.; (2) D. Gary pic.

CALL ME TONIGHT (Just For You, 1952).

CALL OF THE CANYON, THE (1940).

CALYPSO (High Society, 1956).

CAN’T WE BE ALONE? (1932).

CAN’T WE TALK IT OVER? (1931).

CAN’T YOU READ BETWEEN THE LINES? (1945).

CAN’T YOU SEE? (1931).

CAPTAIN CUSTARD (Road To Singapore, 1939).

CAROLINA MOON (1928).

CELA M’EST EGAL (Little Boy Lost, 1953).

CHAPEL IN THE VALLEY (1940).

CHARLOTTE COULDN’T CHARLESTON (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

CHASING SHADOWS (1935).

CHATTANOOGIE SHOE SHINE BOY (1950).

CHECKIN’ MY HEART (Just For You, 1952).

CHICAGO STYLE (Road To Bali, 1952).

CHICO’S CHOO-CHOO (Say One For Me, 1959).

CHOREOGRAPHY (White Christmas, 1953).

CHRISTMAS CANDLES (1962). Name, no pic.

CINDERELLA’S FELLA (Going Hollywood, 1933).

CINDERELLA, STAY IN MY ARMS (1938).

CINGALESE GIRLS (From Broadway musical Lucky, 1927). Pic. of Paul Whiteman.

CIRIBIRIBIN (1939).

CLEMENTINE (1941).

CLOSE TO ME (1933).

CLOUDS (1935).

CONNECTICUT (1946).

CONSTANTLY (Road to Morocco, 1942).

COPACABANA (1944).

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS INSTEAD OF SHEEP (White Christmas, 1952).

COUNTRY STYLE (Welcome Stranger, 1947).

CRAZY PEOPLE (1932).

CROSBY, COLUMBO AND VALLEE (1931). Var.: (1) pictures of three crooners named in title, Bing included; (2) Crosby name, Eddie Cantor pic.; (3) Crosby name, George Olson pic.

CRY, BABY, CRY (1938).

 

D

DANCE, BALLERINA, DANCE (1947).

DANCING THE DEVIL AWAY. (From Broadway musical Lucky, 1927). Paul Whiteman pic.

DARN THAT DREAM (1939).

DAY AFTER FOREVER (Going My Way, 1944). Var.: (1) lt. blue; (2) black and white.

DAY BY DAY (1945). Var.: (1) large portrait; (2) portrait with pipe.

DAY DREAMING (1941).

DAY YOU CAME ALONG, THE (Too Much Harmony, 1933). Var: (1) 1st printing with extra song; (2) later printing.

DEAR HEARTS AND GENTLE PEOPLE (1949).

DEAR OLD DONEGAL (1942). Var.: (1) dk. green; (2) lt. green with box around address.

DEEP IN A DREAM (1938).

DEEP RIVER (1935).

DEVIL MAY CARE (1940).

DINAH (1932). Name, no pic.

DISSERTATION ON THE STATE OF BLISS (The Country Girl, 1954).

DIXIE (P.D.) See: DIXIE-ANA.

DIXIE-ANA (6 all-time hits [public domain] from the Paramount picture Dixie, 1943). Contents: DIXIE; SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT; LAST ROSE OF SUMMER; OLD DAN TUCKER; BUFFALO GALS; TURKEY IN THE STRAW.

DIXIELAND BAND, THE (1935).

DO YOU MISS ME TONIGHT? (1934).

DOCTOR RHYTHM (Doctor Rhythm, 1938). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

DOMINO (1951).

DONOVANS, THE (Top O’ The Morning, 1949).

DON’T BE A DO-BADDER (Robin and the 7 Hoods, 1964­).

DON’T BLAME ME (1933).

DON’T LET THAT MOON GET AWAY (Sing You Sinners, 1938). Var.: (1) with movie working title The Unholy Beebes; (2) with movie title Sing You Sinners; (3) pro. b&w.

DON’T SETTLE FOR LESS (THAN THE BEST). (1969 /70). Name, no pic.

DOUBLE OR NOTHING (Double Or Nothing, 1937).

Down A Carolina LaneDOWN A CAROLINA LANE (1933­).

DOWN BY THE RIVER (Mississippi, 1935).

DOWN THE OLD OX ROAD (College Humor, 1933). Var.: (1) blue and black; (2) gold and brown; (3) pro. b&w.

DUKE THE SPOOK (1943). Name, no pic.

E

EARLY AMERICAN (You Can Change The World, 1950).

EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN (East Side Of Heaven, 1938). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

EL RANCHO GRANDE (1934). Var.: (1) green and gold pic. and bkgnd; (2) black and pink pic. and bkgnd; (3) wine and light blue pic. and bkgnd; (4) blue and red pic. and bkgnd; (5) black, red and black topper; (6) black, red and white topper; (7) green and orange pic. and bkgnd; 8) black and orange pic. and bkgnd; (9) blue and orange pic. and bkgnd; (10) purple and orange pic. and bkgnd; (11) blue and gold pic. and bkgnd; (12) purple and yellow pic. and bkgnd; (13) blue and yellow with 3-men illus.; (14) blue and yellow with 2-men illus.

EMPEROR WALTZ, THE (The Emperor Waltz, 1946). Var.: (1) lt. purple and black let. in topper; (2) dk. purple and black let. in topper; (3) lt. purple and purple let. in topper; (4) movie ed.

EMPTY SADDLES (Rhythm On The Range, 1936).

ENJOY YOURSELF (1947).

EXPERIENCE (Road To Rio, 1947).

 

F

FADED SUMMER LOVE, A. (1931)

FARAWAY PART OF TOWN, THE (Pepe, 1960).

FLIGHT OF FANCY, A (Just For You, 1952).

FORSAKING ALL OTHERS (1951).

FOUR WINDS AND THE SEVEN SEAS, THE (1949). Name, no pic.

FRIEND OF YOURS, A (The Great John L., 1947).

FRIENDLY MOUNTAINS (The Emperor Waltz, 1947).

FROM A.M. TO P.M. (1932).

FROM MONDAY ON (1928). Var.: (1) Rhythm Boys’ name, no Bing pic; (2) later edition with pic.

FROM THE TOP OF YOUR HEAD (Two For Tonight, 1935).

FUNNY OLD HILLS, THE (Paris Honeymoon, 1938). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) Spanish guitar arr.; (3) pro. b&w.

G

GALWAY BAY (1948). Var.: (1) red, one composer; (2) green, two composers.

GEE, I WISH I WAS BACK IN THE ARMY (White Christmas, 1954).

GENTLEMAN IN THE NEXT APARTMENT, THE (1955)

GEORGIA MAY (1934). (Not seen by us, but on an EBay auction list).

GET RID OF MONDAY (1955).

GETTING NOWHERE (Blue Skies, 1946).

GHOST OF A CHANCE, A (1932). Var.: (1) profile portrait, Lawrence Pub.; (2) Bing at mike, Keit-Engel Pub., different art; (3) ¾ portrait, Keit-Engel, Pub.; (4) later (193­6) ed., Exclusive Pub., different art.

GIOIA MIA (1953).

GIRL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED, THE (Say One For Me, 1959).

GIVE A BROKEN HEART A BREAK (1935).

GIVE PRAISE! GIVE PRAISE! GIVE PRAISE! (Robin and the 7 Hoods, 1964).

GLORY OF LOVE (1936).

GO FLY A KITE (The Star Maker, 1939). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

GO WEST, YOUNG MAN (1947).

GOING HOLLYWOOD (Going Hollywood, 1933).

GOING MY WAY (Going My Way, 1944). Var.: (1) lt. blue; (2) dk. blue; (3) blue-gray ; (4) black and white; (5) pro. b&w.

GONE FISHIN’ (1950).

GOOD TIME CHARLIE (Road To Utopia, 1945).

GOODNIGHT, LITTLE GIRL OF MY DREAMS (1933).

GOODNIGHT, LOVELY LITTLE LADY (We’re Not Dressing, 1934). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

GOODNIGHT, MY LOVE (1932).

GOODNIGHT, SWEET DREAMS, GOODNIGHT (1938­).

GREENSLEEVES (1957).

 

H

HANG YOUR HEART ON A HICKORY LIMB (East Side of Heaven, 1939). Var.: (1) lt. pink; (2) dk. pink; (3) pro. b&w; (4) orch. arr. (multi-part)

HAPPY FEET (King of Jazz, 1930). Var.: (1) brown; (2) black.

HAPPY-GO-LUCKY-YOU AND BROKEN-HEARTED ME (1932).

HAPPY HOLIDAY (Holiday Inn, 1942).

HARBOR OF HOME SWEET HOME, THE (1933).

HARD WAY, THE (Duffy’s Tavern, 1945).

HARMONY (Variety Girl, 1947).

HASTA MAÑANA (1945).

HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU? (1946). Var.: (1) topper has one white stripe; (2) topper has two white stripes).

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN LONELY? (1933). Var.: (1) large pic.; (2) small pic.

HE CAN WALTZ (Variety Girl, 1947).

HE’S JUST CRAZY FOR ME (Just For You, 1952)

HE WAS A PERFECT GENTLEMAN (The Great John L., 1947).

HE WEARS A PAIR OF SILVER WINGS (1941).

HEADLESS HORSEMAN, THE (Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, 1949).

HEAT WAVE (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no picture.

HELLO BEAUTIFUL (1931). Rhythm Boys pic.

HELLO MR. KRINGLE (1939).

HELLO MOM (1942).

HELPLESS (1950).

HERE COME THE WAVES (Here Come The Waves, 1944). Var.: (1) lg. letter title; (2) sm. letter title.

HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS (1947). Var.: (1) Name, no pic., dk. green; (2) name, no pic., lt. green, publisher’s address gone.

HERE ENDS THE RAINBOW (1951).

HERE LIES LOVE (The Big Broadcast, 1932).

HE’S JUST CRAZY FOR ME (Just For You, 1952).

HIGH ON THE LIST (Mr. Music, 1950).

HIGH TIME (High Time, 1961).

HIT THE ROAD TO DREAMLAND (Star-Spangled Rhythm, 1942).

HOLD ME (1933).

HOLDING MY HONEY’S HAND (1932).

HONESTLY (1933).

HOOP-DEE-DOO (1950).

HOOT MON (Road To Bali, 1952).

HORSE THAT KNOWS THE WAY, A (Dixie, 1943). See also: SONGS FROM THE PICTURE DIXIE.

HORSE TOLD ME, THE (Riding High, 1950).

HOT TIME IN THE TOWN OF BERLIN (1943). Var.: (1) red; (2) wine.

HOUSE JACK BUILT FOR JILL, THE (Rhythm On The Range, 1936).

HOW CAN I BE SURE OF YOU? (1934).

HOW CAN YOU BUY KILLARNEY? (1948).

HOW IT LIES, HOW IT LIES, HOW IT LIES (1949). Var.: (1) 2-line title; (2) 1-line title..

HOW LOVELY IS CHRISTMAS (1957).

HOW SOON? (1947). Var.: (1) early Bing pic. alone; (2) older Bing pic. with Carmen Cavallaro.

HUMAN RACE, THE (Goldilocks, 1969).

HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES, A (1948).

HUNDRED YEARS FROM TODAY, A (1933).

HUSTLIN’ AND BUSTLIN’ FOR BABY (1933).

I

I AIN’T GOT NOBODY (Paris Honeymoon, 1931).

I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES (1934).

I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S TRUE (1932).

I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH ME (1945). Var.: (1) green and wine; (2) lt. orange and blue; (3) dk. orange and blue.

I CAN’T ESCAPE FROM YOU (Rhythm On The Range, 1936).

I CAN’T TELL WHY I LOVE YOU, BUT I DO (The Star Maker, 1939).

I COULDN’T CARE LESS (Say One For Me, 1959).

I CRIED FOR YOU (1923). Var.: (1) Sherman, Clay and Co. ed.; (2) Miller Music, Inc., ed.

I DON’T KNOW WHY (1931).

I DON’T WANT TO CRY ANY MORE (Rhythm On The River, 1940). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

I DOUBLE DARE YOU (1937).

I DREAM OF INDIANA (1933).

I FOUND A MILLION-DOLLAR BABY (1931).

I FOUND YOU (1931).

I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU (Anything Goes, 1936, music 81934­).

I GUESS IT HAD TO BE THAT WAY (Too Much Harmony, 1933). Var.: (1) green, movie ed.; (2) blue and rust standard ed.; (3) blue and brown standard ed.

I HAVE EYES (Paris Honeymoon, 1938).

I HAVEN’T TIME TO BE A MILLIONAIRE (If I Had My Way, 1940.) Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY (1956). Name, no pic. Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) children’s ed. with large notes.

I KISS YOUR HAND, MADAME (The Emperor Waltz, 1947). Var.: (1) pink; (2) red.

I KNEW YOU WHEN (1934).

I KNOW WHERE I’M GOIN’ (1958).

I LET A SONG GO OUT OF MY HEART (1939).

I LIKE TO DO THINGS FOR YOU (King of Jazz, 1930).

I LIKE TO LEAD WHEN I DANCE (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

I LOVE YOU, SAMANTHA (High Society, 1956).

I LOVE YOU, WHOEVER YOU ARE (1957).

I MUST SEE ANNIE TONIGHT (1938). Var.: (1) brown pic.; (2) pink pic.

I ONLY WANT A BUDDY, NOT A SWEETHEART Var.: (1) young pic (2) older pic.

I PROMISE YOU (Here Come The Waves, 1944).

I SAW STARS (1934).

I SURRENDER, DEAR (1931 & 1932). Var.: (1) 1931 Richard J. Powers, Ltd., pic. has pink bkgnd. and title type differs; (2) 1931 Richard J. Powers, Ltd., pic. has white bkgnd; (3) 1931 Freed & Powers, Ltd., pic. has pink bkgnd.; (4) 1932 Mills Music, different pic. and art.

I THANK YOU, MR. MOON (1931).

I WAS INTRODUCED TO HEAVEN (1932)

I WAS TAKEN BY STORM (1932).

I WISH I WERE A GYPSY (1962)

I WISH I WERE ALADDIN (Two For Tonight, 1935). Var.: (1) lt. blue; (2) dk. blue; (3) pro. b&w.

I WISHED ON THE MOON (The Big Broadcast of 1936, 1935). Var.: (1) blue topper, The Big Broadcast of 1935; (2) purple topper, The Big Broadcast of 1936; (3) blue topper, The Big Broadcast of 1936.

I WONDER WHAT’S BECOME OF SALLY ­(1924­).

I WONDER WHO’S KISSING HER NOW (The Star Maker, 1939, music 81936). Var.: (1) blue pic.; (2) purple pic.; (3) black and white pic.

I Wouldn't Do It For The WorldI WOULD IF I COULD, BUT I CAN’T (1933). Var.: (1) pic. of Bing; (2) pic. of Guy Lombardo, Bing’s name on cover.

I WOULDN’T DO IT FOR THE WORLD (1931).

ICHABOD (Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, 1949).

I’D LIKE TO HITCH A RIDE WITH SANTA CLAUS (1950).

I’D LOVE TO LIVE IN LOVELAND (1937). Var.: (1) Will Rossiter Pub. black; (2) Will Rossiter Pub.  royal blue; (3) Will Rossiter Pub. dark blue; (4) BVC Pub. blue and pink , different pic.; (5) BVC Pub. all blue print, different art and pic.

I’D RATHER BE ME (Out Of This World, 1945).

IF I HAD MY WAY (If I Had My Way, 1939, 1940 & 1952). Var.: (1) 1939, Paull-Pioneer, blue, waltz ballad with swing chorus; (2) 1939, Paull-Pioneer, blue, waltz ballad with rhythm chorus; (3) 1940, Paull-Pioneer, blue, great ballad favorite; (4) 1940, Paull-Pioneer, blue, great ballad favorite, different art; (5) 1939, Paull-Pioneer, brown, movie edition; (6) 1952, Shawnee Press, lg. letter title; (7) 1952, Shawnee Press, sm. letter title.

IF I ONLY HAD A BRAIN (That’s Entertainment, 1967).

IF I WAS A MILLIONAIRE (The Star Maker, 1936).

IF I WERE ONLY SURE OF YOU (1932)

IF IT AIN’T LOVE (1932).

IF THERE’S ANYBODY HERE (1953).

IF YOU LOVE ME (1953).

IF YOU PLEASE (Dixie, 1943). Var.: (1) reg. ed.; (2) pro. b&w. See also: SONGS FROM THE PICTURE DIXIE.

IF YOU STUB YOUR TOE ON THE MOON (A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, 1948). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro b&w.

I’LL BE FAITHFUL (1933).

I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS (1943). Var.: (1) Warren-Melrose, purple; (2) Warren-Melrose, blue; (3) Warren-Melrose, green; (4) Melrose, green;. (5) Criterion Music, med. green; (6) Sammy Cahn Music, different art and pic.

I’LL CAPTURE HER HEART (Holiday Inn, 1942). Note: Sheet music is titled I’LL CAPTURE YOUR HEART SINGING.

I’LL FOLLOW YOU (1932).

I’LL NEVER BE THE SAME (1932).

I’LL SEE YOU IN CUBA (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

I’LL SI-SI YA IN BAHIA (Just For You, 1952)

I’M AN OLD COWHAND (Rhythm On The Range, 1936). Var.: (1) yellow; (2) orange; (3) orch. arr. (multi-part).

I’M BUILDING A SAILBOAT OF DREAMS (1939).

I’M DOIN’ IT FOR DEFENSE (Star-Spangled Rhythm, 1943).

I’M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU (1933).

I’M HUMMIN’ I’M WHISTLIN’ I’M SINGIN’ (She Loves Me Not, 1934). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

I’M LIVING AGAIN (1946).

I’M ONLY GUESSIN’ (1931) Var.: (1) yellow; (2) creme; (3) pro. b&w.

I’M ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE RIGHT GIRL RIGHT NOW (1931)

I’M THREADING MY NEEDLE WITH TWILIGHT (1942).

I’M WAITING FOR SHIPS THAT NEVER COME IN (1944 & 1947). Var.: (1) 1944 pink—small pic. (2) 1947 brown—large pic., different art.

I’M YOURS FOR THE ASKING (1937).

IN A LITTLE HULA HEAVEN (Waikiki Wedding, 1937). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

IN A LITTLE SPANISH TOWN (1954).

IN A LITTLE TOWN ACROSS THE BORDER (1934).

IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD (1934 & 1945). Var.: (1) 1934 brown lettering and pic.; (2) 1934 black lettering and pic.; (3) 1945 blue, different pic. and art.

IN MY MERRY OLDSMOBILE (The Star Maker, 1939, music © 1905). Name, no pic.

IN THE CHAPEL IN THE MOONLIGHT (1936).

IN THE COOL, COOL COOL OF THE EVENING (Here Comes the Groom, 1951). Var.: (1) blue; (2) red; (3) pro. b&w.

IN THE GLOAMING BY THE FIRESIDE (1931).

IN THE LAND OF BEGINNING AGAIN (The Bells of St. Mary’s, 1945). Var.: (1) orange; (2) red; (3) pro. b&w.

IN THE MISSION BY THE SEA (1937). Var.: (1) dk. blue, brown pic.; (2) light blue, blue pic.

IN THE TWILIGHT RAYS (1954).

IN THE VALLEY OF THE MOON (1933).

INCURABLY ROMANTIC (Let’s Make Love, 1960). No Bing pic. or name.

INFATUATION (1934).

IOWA (1944). Var.: (1) blue, small pic.; (2) green, larger pic. and different art.

IOWA INDIAN SONG, THE (1949).

IRENE (1950). Var.: (1) blue; (2) purple; (3) magenta.

ISLE OF INNISFREE (1950).

IT HAPPENED IN MONTEREY (King Of Jazz, 1930).

IT IS CROSBY — WHO ELSE COULD IT BE? (Official theme song of Australian Bing Crosby Club).

IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE NOW (1939). Name, no pic.

IT MUST BE IN THE CARDS (1934).

IT MUST BE TRUE (1930). Var.: (1) G. Waggner Songs, white pic.; (2) G. Waggner Songs, blue pic.; (3) G. Waggner Songs, slightly larger blue pic.; (4) Freed and Powers, Ltd., white pic.; (5) Mills Music, brown, small pic., different art; (6) Mills Music, blue, large pic. different art.

IT’S A GOOD DAY (1946).

IT’S A LONELY TRAIL (1938).

IT’S ALWAYS YOU (Road To Zanzibar, 1941). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

IT’S ANYBODY’S SPRING (Road To Utopia, 1945).

IT’S BEEN A LONG, LONG TIME (1945). Var.: (1) purple with purple pic.; (2) royal blue with purple pic.; (3) blue with black pic.; (4) blue with blue pic.

IT’S BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE CHRISTMAS (1954).

IT’S DE-LOVELY (1936).

IT’S EASY TO REMEMBER (Mississippi, 1935). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

IT’S JUST A NEW SPANISH CUSTOM (We’re Not Dressing, 1934).

IT’S ON, IT’S OFF (Double Or Nothing, 1937). Name, Martha Raye pic. Var.: (1) movie ed. (2) pro. b&w.

IT’S THE ANIMAL IN ME (We’re Not Dressing, 1934). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

IT’S THE NATURAL THING TO DO (Double Or Nothing, 1937). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

IT’S THE SAME OLD SHILLELAGH (1940). Var.: (1) brown and green; (2) all green.

IT’S THE TALK OF THE TOWN (1942).

IT’S UNBELIEVABLE (1935).

IT’S WINTER AGAIN (1932).

I’VE GOT A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS (Sing You Sinners, 1938). Var.: (1) with film’s working title, The Unholy Beebes; (2) with title Sing You Sinners—dk. green; (3) same, lt. green; (4) pro. b&w; (5) Hawaiian guitar arr.; (6) orch. arr. (multi-part).

I’VE GOT A ROOF OVER MY HEAD (1933).

I’VE GOT MY CAPTAIN WORKING FOR ME NOW (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

I’VE GOT PLENTY TO BE THANKFUL FOR. See: PLENTY TO BE THANKFUL FOR.

I’VE GOT THE GIRL (1926). No Crosby name or pic. on cover, but this was Bing’s first recording.

I’VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING (1932). Var.: (1) reg. ed.; (2) 1-sheet pro. ed. with dark red cover, 1 page of music.

I’VE GOT TO FALL IN LOVE AGAIN (1951).

J

JAMBOREE JONES (1936).

JIM, JOHNNY AND JONAS (1955).

JINGLE BELLS (1943 & 1972). Var.: (1) 1943, Leeds Music, Bing and Andrews Sisters; (2) 1972, Chas. Hansen Music, older Bing pic. with red bkgnd; (3) 1972, Chas. Hansen Music, older Bing pic. with orange bkgnd.

JOHN BARLEYCORN (High Tor, 1956).

JOOBALAI (Paris Honeymoon, 1938). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

JUNE COMES AROUND EVERY YEAR (Out Of This World, 1945).

JUNE IN JANUARY (Here Is My Heart, 1934).

JUNK AIN’T JUNK NO MORE (1942).

JUST A HOLE IN THE WALL (1931).

JUST A KID NAMED JOE (1938).

JUST A PRAYER AWAY (1945). Var.: (1) pic. with ukelele; (2) portrait pic.

JUST AN ECHO IN THE VALLEY (1932). Var.: (1) lt. pink; (2) dk. pink.

JUST ANOTHER DREAM OF YOU (1932). Var.: (1) lt. orange pic.; (2) dk. orange pic.

JUST FOR TONIGHT (1943).

JUST FOR YOU (Just For You, 1952).

JUST MY LUCK (1945). Var.: (1) red; (2) pink, different art.

JUST ONCE TOO OFTEN (1934).

JUST ONE MORE CHANCE (1931­).

JUST SO (c. 1931)

K

KAIGOON (Road To Singapore, 1940).

KATRINA (Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, 1947).

KIND’A PECULIAR BROWN (Dixie, 1943). Var.: (1) movie ed. (2) pro. b&w. See also: SONGS FROM THE PICTURE DIXIE.

KISS IN YOUR EYES, THE (The Emperor Waltz, 1947).

L

LADY I LOVE, THE (1932).

LAMPLIGHTER’S SERENADE, THE (1942).

LAST MILE HOME, THE (1949). Var.: (1) red; (2) purple.

LAST ROSE OF SUMMER, THE (P.D.) See DIXIE-ANA. LAUGH AND CALL IT LOVE (Sing You Sinners, 1938). With movie working title The Unholy Beebes.

LAUGHING TONY (Dixie, 1943).

LAWD, YOU MADE THE NIGHT TOO LONG (1932).

LAZY DAY (1932).

LEARN TO CROON (College Humor, 1933).

LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW! (1945). Var.: (1) pic. of Bing; (2) pic. of Bing and family.

LET ME LOVE YOU TONIGHT (1940).

LET YOUR HEART MAKE UP YOUR MIND (1935).

LET’S CALL A HEART A HEART (Pennies From Heaven, 1936). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) orch. arr. (multi-part).

LET’S MAKE UP (1933).

LET’S NOT BE SENSIBLE (The Road To Hong Kong, 1962).

LET’S SPEND AN EVENING AT HOME (1934). Var.: (1) dk. purple; (2) lt. purple.

LET’S START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT (Holiday Inn, 1942).

LET’S TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME (Here Come The Waves, 1944).

LET’S WALTZ FOR OLD TIMES SAKE (1937).

LIES (1931). Var.: (1) & (2) different pics.

LIFE IS SO PECULIAR (Mr. Music, 1950). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

LIGHTS OUT (Close Your Eyes & Dream of Me) (1935).

LILY OF LAGUNA (1942).

LINGER A LITTLE LONGER IN THE TWILIGHT (1932).

LISTEN MY CHILDREN AND YOU SHALL HEAR (Double or Nothing, 1937). Bing’s name, Martha Raye’s pic.

LITTLE DUTCH MILL (1934).

LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE WHILE, A (High Tor, 1956).

LITTLE DRUMMER BOY / PEACE ON EARTH (TV Special, Bing Crosby’s Merrie Olde Christmas, 1977). Bing and David Bowie. (Not seen by us, but on an Ebay auction list).

LITTLE ONE (High Society, 1956).

LITTLE SKIPPER (1939).

LITTLE STREET WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET, A (1932).

LIVE OAK TREE, THE (Just For You, 1952).

LIVING ONE DAY AT A TIME (High Tor, 1956).

LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL (1950).

LOLLY LOLLY LOO (1950).

LONE STAR TRAIL (1940).

LONESOME IN THE MOONLIGHT (1928) Paul Whiteman.

LONESOME ROAD, THE (1928).

LOOKS LIKE A COLD, COLD WINTER (1950).

LOST IN A FOG (1934).

LOVE GOES ON JUST THE SAME (1931).

LOVE IN BLOOM (She Loves Me Not, 1934). Var.: (1) red topper; (2) purple topper; (3) pro. b&w.

LOVE IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER (Here Is My Heart, 1934). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

LOVE ME TONIGHT (1932). Var.: (1) Lawrence Music Publ. - pic. at mike; (2) Robbins Music Corp. - different pic. and art, blue and orange; (3) Robbins Music Corp. - different pic. and art, purple and orange.

LOVE THY NEIGHBOR (We’re Not Dressing, 1934). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

LOVE, YOU DIDN’T DO RIGHT BY ME (White Christmas, 1952). Var.: (1) pub. location & price; (2) different pub. location and different price.

LOVE, YOU FUNNY THING (1932).

LOVELY IS THE WORD FOR YOU (1938).

M

MACNAMARA’S BAND (1942). Var.: (1) name, no pic.; (2) pic. of Bing at CBS microphone; (3) different pic. of Bing.

MAGGIE BLUES. See: WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE BLUES.

MAGIC WINDOW, THE (Little Boy Lost, 1953).

MAIDEN OF GUADALUPE, THE (Just For You, 1952).

MAIRZY DOATS (1943).

MAKE BELIEVE (1948). Var.: (1) purple; (2) pro. b&w.

MAN AND HIS DREAM, A (The Star Maker, 1939). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

MAN ON FIRE (Man On Fire, 1957). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

MARCHETA (1939, 1940, 1947). Var.: (1) 1939, Leeds Music Corp., different pic. and art; (2) M.M. Cole Pub., red; (3) M.M. Cole Pub., rust; (4) Leeds Music Corp. tri-fold.

MARIA BONITA (1951).

MARY (1927) Paul Whiteman.

MAY I? (We’re Not Dressing, 1934). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

MAY THE GOOD LORD BLESS AND KEEP YOU (1950­). Var.: (1) white pub. box; (2) red pub. box; (3) Hawaiian guitar arr.

MAYBE I’M WRONG AGAIN (1934).

MEADOWS OF HEAVEN, THE (1949).

MEET ME TONIGHT IN DREAMLAND (1909). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w; (3) Hawaiian steel guitar arr.

MEET THE SUN HALFWAY (If I Had My Way, 1940). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

MELANCHOLY ME (1935)

MELE KALIKIMAKA (1949). Var.: (1) Pickwick Music Corp.; (2) Leeds Music Corp., same cover.

MEMPHIS BLUES (Birth Of The Blues, 1940). Var.: (1) Jack Teagarden, blue; (2) Jack Teagarden, orange. Mentions movie title, no Bing mention.

MERRY-GO-RUNAROUND, THE (Road To Bali, 1952).

MEXICALI ROSE (1935). Var.: (1) red; (2) orange.

MILADY (Mr. Music, 1950).

MILLION DREAMS, A (1932).

MIMI (Pepe, 1932).

MIND IF I MAKE LOVE TO YOU? (High Society, 1956). Var.: (1) lt. pink bkgnd.; (2) dk. pink bkgnd.; (3) same artwork and picture as (1) and (2), but title of movie and Crosby-Kelly-Sinatra names omitted (printer’s error?).

MISS JEMIMA WALKS BY (Dixie, 1943).

MISSISSIPPI MUD (1927) Var.: (1) Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys name, lt. orange; (2) same, with dk. orange; (3) pro. b&w.

MISSOURI WALTZ (1943). 3 variations in presentation of composer’s credits.

MR. AND MRS. NOBODY (1951).

MISTER BOOZE (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

MISTER MEADOWLARK (1940). Var.: (1) yellow; (2) gold.

MISTER MUSIC (Mr. Music, 1950).

MISTO CRISTOFO COLUMBO (Here Comes The Groom, 1951).

MOON AND THE WILLOW TREE (Road To Singapore, 1940).

MOON GOT IN MY EYES, THE (Double Or Nothing, 1937). Var.: (1) red; (2) orange.

MOONBURN (Anything Goes, 1936, music 8 1935).

MOONFLOWERS (Road To Bali, 1952). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

MOONLIGHT BECOMES YOU (Road To Morocco, 1942). Var: (1) regular ed.; (2) Hawaiian guitar arr.

MOONLIGHT WALTZ, THE (1934).

MOONSTRUCK (College Humor, 1933). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) movie ed., different cover; (3) pro. b&w.

MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN EVER (1932). Var.: (1) orange tone pic.; (2) brown tone, diff. pic.

MORE THAN ANYBODY (1927). Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys name.

MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT (1931).

MOTHER DARLIN’ (1952).

MUSIC HAS CHARMS (King of Jazz, 1930).

MY ANGELINE (1929). Paul Whiteman.

MY BABY SAID YES (1945). Var.: (1) name, no pic., red; (2) name, no pic., orange.

MY BLUE HEAVEN (1927). Paul Whiteman.

MY BRIDAL VEIL (King of Jazz, 1930).

MY CONSOLATION (1931).

MY DESIGN FOR LOVING YOU (1937).

MY GIRL’S AN IRISH GIRL (1947).

MY HEART AND I (Anything Goes, 1936, music 8 1935).

MY HEART IS A HOBO (Welcome Stranger, 1947). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

MY HEART IS TAKING LESSONS (Dr. Rhythm, 1938).

MY HEART’S AT EASE (1932).

MY HONEY’S LOVIN’ ARMS (1947).

MY KIND OF TOWN (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964­). Var.: (1) orange stripe at bottom; (2) all white at bottom.

MY LAGAN LOVE (Top O’ The Morning, 1949; music 81905).

MY LOVER (King of Jazz, 1930).

MY MELANCHOLY BABY (1932). Var.: (1) Joe Morris Music “with ukulele arrangement”; (2) Joe Morris Music, “Hear Bing Crosby’s Decca record”; (3) Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., movie ed., different pic. and art; (4) Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., name, no pic.; (5) Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., orchestra fox-trot, reduced size; (6) orch. arr. (multi-part).

MY MOM (1932).

MY MOTHER-IN-LAW (1944).

MY MOTHER’S WALTZ (1945).

MY OWN INDIVIDUAL STAR (1957).

MY WOMAN (1932).

MYSTERY IN YOUR EYES (1934). No pic. or mention of Bing on cover, but song is dedicated to Bing.

N

NEVER BE AFRAID (1957). Var.: (1) pink; (2) gold.

NEW STAR SHINES IN HEAVEN, A (1938). Dedicated to the memory of Jean Harlow.

NIGHT THAT ROCK AND ROLL DIED, THE (Say One For Me, 1959­).

NIGHT WHEN LOVE WAS BORN, THE (1932).

NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY SQUARE, A (1940).

NOBODY’S DARLIN’ BUT MINE (1935). Var.: (1) orange stripe in topper, small letters; (2) topper all white, large letters; (3) Hawaiian guitar arr.

NOW IS THE HOUR (1946). Var.: (1) dk. blue; (2) lt. blue.

NOW YOU HAS JAZZ (High Society, 1956). Var.: (1) dk. pink bkgnd.; (2) red bkgnd. .

NUMBER 3 (The Old Gold Song, 1929). Paul White-man.

O

OH, TELL ME WHY (1954).

OH, ‘TIS SWEET TO THINK (Top O’ The Morning, 1949).

Oh, What A ThrillOH, WHAT A THRILL (1931).

OKOLEHAO (Waikiki Wedding, 1937). Bing’s name, Martha Raye pic. Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

OL’ SPRING FEVER, THE (Just For You, 1952).

OLD CHAPERONE, THE (1947). Var.: (1) young pic.; (2) older pic.

OLD DAN TUCKER (P.D.) See: DIXIE-ANA.

OLD FERRIS WHEEL, THE (1947). Var.: (1) blue; (2) orange.

OLD GLORY (Star-Spangled Rhythm, 1942).

OLD KITCHEN KETTLE, THE (1932).

OLD MAN, THE (White Christmas, 1952).

OLD SPINNING WHEEL, THE (1933).

OLE FAITHFUL (1934) Var.: (1) young pic.; (2) older pic.

OLHA ELLA! (Road To Rio, 1947; music © 1939).

ON A MOUNTAIN HONEYMOON (1934).

ON REVIVAL DAY (1930).

ON THE SENTIMENTAL SIDE (Dr. Rhythm, 1938). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

ON THE SWING SHIFT (Star-Spangled Rhythm, 1942).

ON THE 10:10 FROM TEN-TEN-TENNESSEE (Just For You, 1952).

ONCE AND FOR ALWAYS (A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, 1948).

ONCE IN A BLUE MOON (We’re Not Dressing, 1934). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

ONCE IN A LOVETIME (1940).

ONCE MORE THE BLUE AND WHITE (Mr. Music, 1950).

ONCE UPON A LONG AGO (High Tor, 1956).

ONE LITTLE DATE WITH YOU (1938).

ONE MINUTE TO ONE (1933).

ONE ROSE, THE (1936). Var.: (1) lt. pink; (2) dk. pink; (3) lt. rose; (4) dk. rose; (5) red souvenir ed.

ONE, TWO, BUTTON YOUR SHOE (Pennies From Heaven, 1936). Var.: (1) orange and purple; (2) peach and blue.

ONLY FOREVER (Rhythm On The River, 1940). Var.: (1) Regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

OPEN UP YOUR HEART (1952).

OUR BIG LOVE SCENE (Going Hollywood, 1933).

OUT OF THIS WORLD (Out Of This World, 1945).

OVER THE RAINBOW (That’s Entertainment, 1974; music © 1967).

P

PAKISTAN (1954).

PAPER DOLL (1943). Var.: (1) close-up portrait with box with box indicating song, piano accordion, orchestra & band arrangements; (2) close-up portrait, no box; (3) waist-up portrait with box as above.

PENNIES FROM HEAVEN (Pennies From Heaven, 1936).

PEPE (Pepe, 1960). Bing name, no pic.

PERSONALITY (Road To Utopia, 1945). Var.: (1) blue lettering on title; (2) gray lettering on title.

PESSIMISTIC CHARACTER, THE (If I Had My Way, 1940).

PLEASE (The Big Broadcast, 1932).

PLENTY TO BE THANKFUL FOR (Holiday Inn, 1942). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

POINCIANA (1943). Var.: (1) 3-character illus.; (2) 2-character illus.

POPPA SANTA CLAUS (1950).

POSSIBILITY’S THERE, THE (1955).

PRAIRIELAND LULLABY (1941). Name, no pic. Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

PRETENDING (1946). Var.: (1) all blue, large pic.; (2) yellow and purple, different pic. and art.

PRETTY BABY (1916).

PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY, A (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

PUT IT THERE, PAL (Road To Utopia, 1945).

PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

Q

QUICKSILVER (1949). Var.: (1) red, young pic.; (2) red, older pic.; (3) purple, older pic.; (4) Hawaiian guitar arr.

R

RAGAMUFFIN ROMEO (King of Jazz, 1930).

REACHING FOR THE MOON (Reaching For The Moon, 1930). Has stars of the film, Douglas Fairbanks and Bebe Daniels on the cover, no Bing pic.

RED SAILS IN THE SUNSET (1935).

RHYTHM ON THE RANGE (Rhythm On The Range, 1936).

RHYTHM ON THE RIVER (Rhythm On The River, 1940).

RIDERS IN THE SKY (1949).

RIDIN’ DOWN THE CANYON (1936).

RIDIN’ HERD ON A CLOUD (1943).

RIVER, STAY ’WAY FROM MY DOOR (1931)

ROAD TO BALI, THE (Road To Bali, 1952).

ROAD TO HONG KONG, THE (The Road To Hong Kong, 1962).

ROAD TO MOROCCO, THE (Road To Morocco, 1942). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

ROBINS AND ROSES (1936).

ROUNDUP LULLABY, A (Rhythm On The Range, 1936, music © 1922).

RUSSIAN LULLABY (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

S

SAD IS THE LIFE OF A SAILOR’S WIFE (High Tor, 1956). Note: The Stankowski collection also includes a hand-written proof document used for printing setup, 5 pages.

SAIL ALONG, SILV’RY MOON (1937). Var.: (1) standard ed.; (2) arranged for Oahu Orchestra.

SAILOR, BEWARE (Anything Goes, 1936, music 1935).

ST. LOUIS BLUES (Birth Of The Blues, 1941, music © 1914). Movie ed.

SAME OLD MOON, THE (From Broadway musical Lucky, 1927). Paul Whiteman pic.

SAM’S SONG (1950). Var.: (1) young pic.; (2) older pic.; (3) pic. of Bing and Gary.

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY (1943). Var.: (1) yellow; (2) gold; (3) orange.

SAN FRANCISCO (That’s Entertainment, 1974, music © 1966).

SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME (1931).

SAY ONE FOR ME (Say One For Me, 1959). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w; (3) 20th Cent. Fox Music Dept. original recording sheets.

SAY THAT YOU WERE TEASING ME (1932).

SCHOOL DAYS (The Star Maker, 1939, music © 1936). Var.: (1) pink and blue; (2) brown and blue.

SEARCH IS THROUGH, THE (The Country Girl, 1954).

SECOND TIME AROUND, THE (High Time, 1960).

SECRET OF CHRISTMAS, THE (Say One For Me, 1959).

SERENADE TO AN OLD-FASHIONED GIRL, A (Blue Skies, 1946).

SEVEN NIGHTS A WEEK (1957).

SHARP AS A TACK (Star-Spangled Rhythm, 1942).

SHE REMINDS ME OF YOU (We’re Not Dressing, 1934). Var.: (1) blue topper; (2) white topper, later ed.

SHE’S FROM MISSOURI (Dixie, 1943). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w. See also: SONGS FROM THE PICTURE DIXIE.

SHE’S JUST A BLACK SHEEP OF ANGELS (1933).

SHE’S MY SOUTHBURY SWEETHEART (1992).

SHINE (1924). Name, no pic.

SIERRA SUE (1940).

SILENT NIGHT (1945). Var.: (1) black and blue; (2) all blue; (3) all blue with different pic.

SILVER BELLS (1950). Var.: (1) pic. with family; (2) pic. alone, different art.

SILVER MOON (1927).

SING A SONG OF SUNBEAMS (East Side Of Heaven, 1939). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w (2 versions); (3) orch. arr. (multi-part).

SING YOU SINNERS (Sing You Sinners, 1938; music © 1930).

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (That’s Entertainment, 1974; music © 1957).

SINGING SANDS OF ALAMOSA, THE (1942).

SIOUX CITY SUE (1945). Var.: (1) lt. green; (2) dk. green; (3) dk. green, different art.

SISTERS (White Christmas, 1953).

SKELETON IN THE CLOSET, THE (Pennies From Heaven, 1936).

SKYLARK (1942).

SLEIGH BELL SERENADE (1952).

SMALL FRY (Sing You Sinners, 1938). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

SMARTY (Double Or Nothing, 1937). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

SMILE RIGHT BACK AT THE SUN (Welcome Stranger, 1947).

SMOKE FROM A CHIMNEY (1938).

SNOW (White Christmas, 1952).

SNOWMAN, THE (1950).

SO AT LAST IT’S COME TO THIS (1932).

SO DO I (Pennies From Heaven, 1936). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

SO MANY MEMORIES (1937).

SO MUCH IN LOVE (1950).

SO TALL A TREE (1950).

SO THE BLUEBIRDS AND THE BLACKBIRDS GOT TOGETHER (King of Jazz, 1929). Var.: (1) Rhythm Boys; (2) movie ed.

SOFT LIGHTS AND SWEET MUSIC (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

SOLITUDE (1934).

SOME NIGHT IN ALASKA (1955).

SOME OF THESE DAYS (1938).

SOMEBODY ELSE IS TAKING MY PLACE (1937).

SOMEBODY LOVES YOU (1932).

SOMEONE IS LONESOME FOR YOU (1932).

SOMEONE STOLE GABRIEL’S HORN (1933).

SOMEPLACE ON ANYWHERE ROAD (Riding High, 1950).

SONG OF FREEDOM (Holiday Inn, 1942). Var.: (1) no pub. box, “Buy War Bonds” imprint; (2) with pub. box, no “Buy War Bonds” imprint.

SONG OF OLD HAWAII (1938). Var.: (1) gold, 1st style of art; (2) yellow, 2nd style of art, same pic.; (3) yellow, different pic.; (4) green, 2nd style of art, different art and pic.

SONG OF THE DAWN (King of Jazz, 1930).

SONG WITHOUT AN ENDING, A (1932).

SONGS FROM THE PICTURE (Dixie, 1943). Contents: SUNDAY, MONDAY OR ALWAYS; IF YOU PLEASE; SHE’S FROM MISSOURI; HORSE THAT KNOWS THE WAY HOME; KINDA PECULIAR BROWN.

SOON (Mississippi, 1935). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

SOUTH OF THE BORDER (1939). Var.: (1) lt. orange; (2) dk. orange.

SOUTH RAMPART STREET PARADE (1952).

STAGECOACH TO CHEYENNE (Stagecoach, 1966). Var.: (1) yellow, name, no pic.; (2) orange, name, no pic.

STAR DUST (1929).

STARS FELL ON ALABAMA (1934).

STAY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD (1933). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

STILL THE BLUEBIRD SINGS (The Star Maker, 1939). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

STINGY (1939).

STOLEN LOVE (1958).

STORY OF SORRENTO, THE (1947).

STRAIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE (1957).

STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER (She Loves Me Not, 1934). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

STREET OF DREAMS (1932).

STYLE (Robin And The 7 Hoods, 1964).

SUMMER SOUVENIRS (1938). Var.: (1) lt. purple, young pic.; (2) lt. purple, older pic.; (3) dk. purple, older pic.

SUNBONNET SUE (The Star Maker, 1939, music 81908/35/36).

SUNDAY, MONDAY OR ALWAYS (Dixie, 1943). See also: SONGS FROM THE PICTURE DIXIE.

SUN’S IN MY HEART, THE (1932).

SUNSHINE CAKE (Riding High, 1950). Var.: (1) all green; (2) green and white.

SWANEE RIVER (Mississippi, 1935).

SWEET ELOISE (1942).

SWEET IS THE WORD FOR YOU (Waikiki Wedding, 1937). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

SWEET LEILANI (Waikiki Wedding, 1937). Var.: (1) lt. blue; (2) dk. blue; (3) aqua; (4) pro. b&w; (5) Hawaiian guitar arr., lt. blue; (6) Hawaiian guitar arr., dk blue. Note: The original 1936 printing of this song was titled LEILANI with no references to Bing. The cover was reproduced in the Winter 2000/01 issue of BINGANG.

SWEET L’IL (1937). Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys name.

SWEET LORRAINE (1928). Var.: (1) blue and pink; (2) all blue; (3) all purple.

SWEET MISERY OF LOVE (1936).

SWEET POTATO PIPER (Road To Singapore, 1939). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT (P.D.) See: DIXIE-ANA.

SWINGING ON A STAR (Going My Way, 1944). Var.: (1) lt. blue; (2) dk. blue; (3) black and white; (4) orch. arr. (multi-part).

T

TAKE A LONGER LOOK (Goldilocks, 1970).

TAKE COMMAND OF MY HEART (1944).

TAKE SOMEONE TO CHURCH (1953).

TAKES TWO TO MAKE A BARGAIN (Two For Tonight, 1935).

TALLAHASSEE (Variety Girl, 1947).

TEAM WORK (The Road To Hong Kong, 1962).

TEMPTATION (Going Hollywood, 1933). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

TENDERFOOT (1953).

THANKS (Too Much Harmony, 1933). Var.: (1) 1st printing with extra song; (2) later printing; (3) pro. b&w.

THAT CHRISTMAS FEELING (1950).

THAT KINDA LOVE IS NOT FOR ME (1953).

THAT LITTLE SOMETHING (From Broadway Musical Lucky, 1927). Paul Whiteman pic.

THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC (Star-Spangled Rhythm, 1942).

THAT SAXOPHONE WALTZ (1925). Paul Whiteman.

THAT SLY OLD GENTLEMAN (East Side Of Heaven, 1939). Var.: (1) lt. pink; (2) dk. pink.

THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT (That’s Entertainment, 1974; music © 1953).

THAT’S FOR ME (Rhythm On The River, 1940). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

THAT’S GRANDMA (1928). No pic. of Bing. By Barris, Cavanaugh and Crosby; - “featured with great success by Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys.” - on cover. Var.: (1) Charlie Davis on cover; (2) “The Dictators of Harmony” on cover.

THAT’S HOW IT WENT ALL RIGHT (Pepe, 1960).

THAT’S HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU (1946).

THAT’S LIFE, I GUESS (1936).

THAT’S WHAT LIFE IS ALL ABOUT (1973).

THAT’S WHAT MAKES THE WORLD GO ‘ROUND (1934).

THEME FROM “STAGECOACH” (Stagecoach, 1966). Name, no pic.

THEN I MET YOU (1947)

THERE’LL ALWAYS BE A LADY FAIR (Anything Goes, 1936).

THERE’S A FELLA WAITIN’ IN POUGHKEEPSIE. (Here Come The Waves, 1944).

THERE’S A GOLD MINE IN THE SKY (1937). Var.: (1) yellow; (2) orange; (3) gold; (4) Hawaiian guitar arr., yellow with blue pic.; (5) Hawaiian guitar arr., gold with purple pic.; (6) Hawaiian guitar arr., red with blue pic.

THERE’S NOTHING LEFT TO DO BUT SAY GOODBYE (1933)

THERE'S NOTHING THE MATTER WITH ME (1946)

THING, THE (1950).

THINGS WE DID LAST SUMMER, THE (1946). Var.: (1) blue; (2) yellow; (3) yellow, arranged for Hawaiian, electric & plectrum guitar.

THIS IS MY LOVE SONG (1931).

THIS IS MY NIGHT TO DREAM (Dr. Rhythm, 1938). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

THIS TIME IT’S LOVE (1933).

THOUSAND GOOD NIGHTS, A (1934).

THOU SHALT NOT! (1932).

THREE LITTLE WORDS (Check And Double Check, 1930). Var.: (1) large letter title; (2) small letter title.

THROW ANOTHER LOG ON THE FIRE (1933).

TILL TOMORROW (1932).

TIME TO BE JOLLY, A (1971).

TIMELESS (1950).

TINY LITTLE FINGERPRINTS (1935).

TIRED (Variety Girl, 1945).

TO SEE YOU (Road To Bali, 1952).

TO THINK YOU’VE CHOSEN ME (1950).

TOMORROW’S MY LUCKY DAY (Honor Caddy, 1949).

TOO LATE (1931).

TOO-RA-LOO-RA-LOO-RAL (Going My Way, 1944). Var.: (1) dk. green; (2) lt. green.

TOO ROMANTIC (Road To Singapore, 1940). Var.: (1) white lettering in topper; (2) blue lettering in topper; (3) pro. b&w.

TOP O’ THE MORNING (Top O’ The Morning, 1949).

TRADE WINDS (1940).

TROLLEY SONG, THE (That’s Entertainment, 1972).

TRUE LOVE (High Society, 1956). Var.: (1) pink bkgnd (2) red bkgnd (3) same artwork and picture as (1) and (2), but title of movie and Crosby-Kelly-Sinatra names omitted (printer’s error?); (4) later ed., smaller sheet; (5) later ed., different pic and art.

TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS (1932).

TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS (1934).

TURKEY IN THE STRAW (P.D.) See: DIXIE-ANA.

TURN BACK THE CLOCK (1939).

TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS (1949). Var.: (1) no pic. of Bing, ref. to recording; (2) pic. of Bing & Andrews Sisters.

‘TWIXT MYSELF AND ME (A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, 1948).

TWO BOUQUETS (1938).

TWO FOR TONIGHT (Two For Tonight, 1935). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

TWO IN LOVE (1941).

TWO SHADOWS (1938).

TWO SHILLELAGH O’SULLIVAN (1952).

U

UMBRELLA MAN, THE (1938).

UNDERNEATH THE ARCHES (1932).

V

VOICE IN THE OLD VILLAGE CHOIR, THE (1932).

W

WA-DA-DA (1938). Rhythm Boys pic.

WAGON WHEELS (1934).

WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES, NELLIE (Birth Of The Blues, 1941, music © 1932). Var.: (1) Jack Teagarden not on cast list; (2) Jack Teagarden added to cast list.

WAITER AND THE PORTER AND THE UPSTAIRS MAID, THE (Birth Of The Blues, 1941). Var.: (1) lt. blue, Jack Teagarden in cast list; (2) dk. blue, Oscar Levant in cast list.

WALTZING IN A DREAM (1932). Bing gets composer credit.

WARMER THAN A WHISPER (The Road To Hong Kong, 1962).

WASN’T I THERE? (Mr. Music, 1950).

‘WAY BACK HOME (1949). Var.: (1) yellow; (2) green.

WE ALL HAVE A SONG IN OUR HEART (1949).

WEAVER OF DREAMS, A (1951).

WEE WILLY POLKA (1945).

WELCOME TO MY DREAM (Road To Utopia, 1946).

WELL, DID YOU EVAH? (High Society, 1956). Var.: (1) blue publisher box; (2) white publisher box.

WE’LL MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES (Going Hollywood, 1933). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

WE’LL REST AT THE END OF THE TRAIL (1936). Var.: (1) blue topper, green pic.; (2) blue topper, blue pic.; (3) black topper, blue pic.

WE’RE GOIN’ TOGETHER ONCE MORE (1931).

WE’RE OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD (That’s Entertainment, 1974; music © 1939).

WE’RE TOGETHER AGAIN (1933).

WE’VE GOT A SURE THING (Riding High, 1950).

WHAT A WONDERFUL THING IT WOULD BE TO FALL IN LOVE (early 30s)

WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH A GENERAL? (White Christmas, 1953).

WHAT HAVE WE TO LOSE? (1933).

WHAT IS IT? (1931).

WHAT WILL I TELL MY HEART? (1937). Var.: (1) dk. blue; (2) lt. blue.

WHAT WOULD SHAKESPEARE HAVE SAID? (Rhythm On The River, 1940). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

WHEN I LOST YOU (1941). Var.: (1) publisher name; (2) no publisher name.

WHEN I WAS A BOY FROM THE MOUNTAINS (1932).

WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING (1989).

WHEN IS SOMETIME? (A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, 1948).

WHEN MOTHER NATURE SINGS HER LULLABY (1938). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) Hawaiian guitar arr.

WHEN THE BLOOM IS ON THE SAGE (1930).

WHEN THE MOON COMES OVER MADISON SQUARE (Rhythm On The River, 1940).

WHEN THE POPPIES BLOOM AGAIN (1936).

WHEN THE ROSES BLOOM AGAIN (1942).

WHEN THE SUN BIDS THE MOON GOODNIGHT (1933).

WHEN THE WHITE AZALEAS START BLOOMING (1941).

WHEN THE WORLD WAS YOUNG (1951).

WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE BLUES (1922).

WHEN YOU DREAM ABOUT HAWAII (1937).

WHEN YOU MAKE LOVE TO ME (1946).

WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN (The Great John L., 1947).

WHEN YOU’RE A LONG, LONG WAY FROM HOME (1932).

WHEN YOU’RE IN LOVE (High Tor, 1956).

WHERE ARE YOU? (1932). Var.: (1) standard version; (2) movie version of The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood.

WHERE THE BLUE OF THE NIGHT MEETS THE GOLD OF THE DAY (1931). Var.: (1) royal blue; (2) dk. blue; (3) b&w small size; (4) tri fold copy with original cover, backed with NOW’S THE TIME TO FALL IN LOVE.

WHERE THE TURF MEETS THE SURF (1938). Var.: (1) dk. blue; (2) med. blue.

WHIFFENPOOF SONG, THE (Riding High, 1956, music © 1936).

Whispering HopeWHISPERING HOPE (1949). Var.: (1) brown; (2) blue.

WHISTLER AND HIS DOG, THE (Emperor Waltz, 1947­, music © 1943).

WHITE CHRISTMAS (Holiday Inn & White Christmas), 1942). Var.: (1) Holiday Inn ed.; (2) White Christmas ed.; (3) pro. b&w; (4) orch. arr. (multi-part).

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER (1941).

WHITE WORLD OF WINTER, THE (1965).

WHO GAVE YOU THE ROSES? (1954).

WHO PUT THE MOON IN THE SKY? (1937).

WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (High Society, 1956). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) same artwork and picture as (1), but title of movie and Crosby-Kelly-Sinatra names omitted (printer’s error?).

WHOSE DREAM ARE YOU? (1945).

WHY CAN’T THIS NIGHT GO ON FOREVER? (1933).

WHY DID YOU COME ALONG? (1932).

WILD HONEY (1934).

WINDOW, A LIGHT AND A TEAR, A (1933).

WITH A DIME IN MY POCKET (1932). Var.: (1) black tie; (2) orange tie).

WITH EVERY BREATH I TAKE (Here Is My Heart, 1934).

WITH MY SHILLELAGH UNDER MY ARM (1938).

WITHOUT A WORD OF WARNING (Two For Tonight, 1935). Var.: (1) lt. blue; (2) dk. blue; (3) pro. b&w.

WOULD YOU? (Road To Utopia, 1945).

WOULDN’T IT BE FUNNY? (Mr. Music, 1950).

WRAP YOUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS (1931). Var.: (1) lt. green; (2) dk. green.

Y

YAH-TA-TA-YAH-TA-TA (1945).

YES INDEED (1941). Name, no picture.

YODELIN’ JIVE (1939). Var.: (1) green; (2) gray.

YODELING GHOST, THE (1950).

YOU ALL COME (1953).

YOU AND I (1941).

YOU AND THE MOON AND ME (1933).

YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE (1940). Name, no picture.

YOU ARE THE ONE (1940).

YOU CAN’T LOVE ‘EM ALL (Say One For Me, 1959). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) 20th Cent. Fox Music Dept. original recording sheets.

YOU DON’T HAVE TO KNOW THE LANGUAGE (Road To Rio, 1947).

YOU GOTTA SHOW ME (1951).

YOU KEEP COMING BACK LIKE A SONG (Blue Skies, 1946).

YOU KNOW IT ALL, SMARTY. See: SMARTY.

YOU LUCKY PEOPLE, YOU (Road To Zanzibar, 1941). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU (1913). Var.; (1) pink; (2) green.

YOU MAY NOT LOVE ME (1945).

YOU MUST BELIEVE ME (1933).

YOU NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD! (1964).

YOU SANG MY LOVE SONG TO SOMEBODY ELSE (1946).

YOU’D BE SURPRISED (Blue Skies, 1946). Name, no pic.

YOU’LL HAVE TO SWING IT (Rhythm On The Range, 1936). Var.: (1) movie ed.; (2) pro. b&w.

YOU’LL NEVER REMEMBER (1941).

YOUR HEART CALLING MINE (Variety Girl, 1947).

YOUR LOVE (1934).

YOUR OWN LITTLE HOUSE (Here Comes The Groom, 1951).

YOUR SOCKS DON’T MATCH (1945). Name, no pic.

YOU’RE A SWEET LITTLE HEADACHE (Paris Honeymoon, 1938). Var.: (1) regular ed.; (2) pro. b&w; (3) orch. arr. (multi-part).

YOU’RE DANGEROUS (Road To Zanzibar, 1941).

YOU’RE EASY TO DANCE WITH (Holiday Inn, 1942). Var.: (1) pub. not in box, “Buy War Bonds” imprint; (2) pub. in box, no “Buy War Bonds” imprint.

Zoot Suit[1]YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH SOMEONE (Top O’ The Morning, 1949).

YOU’RE JUST A BEAUTIFUL MELODY OF LOVE (1932). “Words by Bing Crosby; music by Babe Goldberg.”

YOU’RE SENSATIONAL (High Society, 1956).

YOU’RE THE LAST OF MY PAST (1936).

YOU’VE GOT EV’RYTHING (1933).

Z

ZING A LITTLE ZONG (Just For You, 1952). Var.: (1) blue; (2) dk. pink; (3) lt. pink).

ZOOT SUIT, A (FOR MY SUNDAY GAL) (1942).

 

Foreign Editions

 

COUNTRY ABBREVIATIONS
Arg. = Argentina
Aus.= Australia and New Zealand Note: Almost all Australian issues were sold in both Australia and New Zealand. A few were labeled for Australia or New Zealand only.
Bel. = Belgium
Bra.= Brazil
Can.= Canada
Den.= Denmark
Eng.= England (UK)
Frn. = France
Ger.= Germany

Hol.= Holland
Ity. = Italy
N.Z.= New Zealand. See also Aus.
S.Af. = South Africa
Spn. = Spain
Swe. = Sweden

Note: When known, the foreign title is listed after the country of issue.

A

ABRAHAM. Aus.

After A WhileAC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE. (1) Can.; (2). Aus.

ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN. Eng.

ADESTE FIDELES. Eng. (small sheet).

AFTER A WHILE. Eng.

AFTER SUNDOWN. Aus.

AIN’T GOT A DIME TO MY NAME. Aus.

AIN’T IT A SHAME ABOUT MAME? Aus.

ALL BY MYSELF. Swe.

ALL MY LOVE. Aus.

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT. Eng.

ALL YOU WANT TO DO IS DANCE. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

ALOHA BELOVED. Aus.

ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL. Eng.

ANNIVERSARY WALTZ, THE. Aus.

ANYTHING GOES. Eng.

APALACHICOLA, FLA. Eng.

APPLE FOR THE TEACHER, AN. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

APRIL PLAYED THE FIDDLE. Aus.

AREN’T YOU GLAD YOU’RE YOU? (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.; (3) Spanish.

AS LONG AS I’M DREAMING. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.

AT LAST! AT LAST! (1) Aus.; (2) Bel.: HEEL LANG, HEEL LANG.

AT MY TIME OF LIFE. Eng.

AUTUMN LEAVES. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

B

BACK IN THE OLD ROUTINE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

BALLAD OF COLIN BLACK. Ger.: COLIN BLACK, DER PIRAT.

BE CAREFUL, IT’S MY HEART. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

BE HONEST WITH ME. Eng.

BEAUTIFUL DREAMER. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

BEAUTIFUL GIRL. Aus.

BEAUTIFUL LOVE. (1) Aus.; (2) Bel.;  (3) Swe.

BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES. Eng.

BELLS OF ST. MARY’S, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Eng. (2nd printing).; (3) Ity.

BENCH IN THE PARK, A. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

BEST THINGS HAPPEN WHILE YOU’RE DANCING, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Swe.

BETWEEN 18TH AND 19TH ON CHESTNUT STREET. Eng.

BIG BROADCAST OF 1936 SELECTION. Eng.

BING SINGS SHELL. Eng.

BIRTH OF THE BLUES, THE. Eng.

BLACK MOONLIGHT. Eng.

BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY. Eng.

BLUE HAWAII. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

BLUE SHADOWS AND WHITE GARDENIAS. Aus.

BLUE SKIES. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

BLUEBIRD SINGING IN MY HEART, A. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus. (3); Frn. (Il Chantait tout le temps)

BONNE NUIT. Aus.

BROKEN MELODY. Can.

BUSY DOING NOTHING. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.

BUT BEAUTIFUL. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

C

CAMPTOWN RACES. Eng.

CARELESS HANDS. Bel.

CELA M’EST ÉGAL. Aus.

CHANGING PARTNERS. Name, no pic. Eng.

CHATTANOOGIE SHOE SHINE BOY. (1) Eng. (2) Frn.: (La Cireur de Chattanooga); (3). Bel.

CHICAGO STYLE. Eng.

CHOREOGRAPHY. Eng.

CHRISTMAS IS A-COMIN’. Eng.

CINDERELLA’S FELLA. Eng.

CLEMENTINE. Aus.

CONSTANTLY. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS INSTEAD OF SHEEP. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

COUNTRY STYLE. Eng.

D

DANCE, BALLERINA, DANCE. Eng.

DARLING, JE VOUS AIME BEAUCOUP. Aus.

DAY AFTER FOREVER, THE. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.; (3) Frn.

DAY BY DAY. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.

DAY YOU CAME ALONG, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

DEAR HEARTS AND GENTLE PEOPLE. Bel.

DEAR OLD DONEGAL. Eng.

DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS. Eng.

DEEP PURPLE. Aus.

DEVIL MAY CARE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? Aus.

DOMINO. Can.

DONOVANS, THE. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

DOOR WILL OPEN, A. Bel.

DOUBLE TROUBLE. Can.

DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM. Eng.

DOWN BY THE RIVER. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

E

EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

ECHO TOLD ME A LIE, THE. Aus.

EL RANCHO GRANDE. (1) Frn.; (2) Eng.

EMPEROR WALTZ, THE. (1) Aus. (Brown, Bing alone); (2) Aus. (Blue, Bing & Joan Fontaine); (3) Eng.

EMPTY SADDLES. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

EVERYWHERE YOU GO. Aus.

F

FAR AWAY PLACES. Eng.

FRIENDLY MOUNTAINS. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

FROM THE TOP OF YOUR HEAD. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

FUNNY OLD HILLS, THE. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.

G

GAL IN CALICO, A. Bel.

GALWAY BAY. Can.

GETTING NOWHERE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

GIOIA MIA. Bel.

GIVE ME A HEART TO SING TO. Name, no pic. Aus.

GO FLY A KITE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

GO WEST, YOUNG MAN. Name, no pic. Aus.

GOING HOLLYWOOD. Eng.

GOING MY WAY. (1) Can.; (2) Aus.; (3) Eng. (small sheet).; (4) Frn.

GOOD NIGHT, LOVELY LITTLE LADY. (1) Aus.; (2) Arg.: BUENOS NOCHES HERMOSA DAMITA.

GOT THE MOON IN MY POCKET. Aus.

H

HANG YOUR HEART ON A HICKORY LIMB. Aus.

HAPPY FEET. Eng.

HARBOR LIGHTS. Aus.

HARD WAY, THE. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

HARMONY. Eng.

HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU? (1) Eng. (2) Bel.: (T’AI JE DIT) COMBIEN JE T’AIME

HE CAN WALTZ. Eng.

HEADLESS HORSEMAN, THE. Can.

HEAT WAVE. Aus.

HELLO, MOM. Eng.

HERE LIES LOVE. Aus.

HIGH ON THE LIST. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

HIT THE ROAD TO DREAMLAND. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.

HOME COOKIN’ S.Af.

HORSE THAT KNOWS THE WAY, A. Aus.

HORSE TOLD ME, THE. (1) Can.; (2) Aus.

HOUSE JACK BUILT FOR JILL, THE. Eng.

HOW SOON. Name, no pic. Can.

I

I CAN’T BEGIN TO TELL YOU. Aus.

I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH ME. Aus.

I CAN’T ESCAPE FROM YOU. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

I COULDN’T CARE LESS. Eng.

I DO, DO, DO LIKE YOU. Aus.

I DON’T WANT TO CRY ANY MORE / AFTER SUNDOWN. Aus.

I DON’T WANT TO CRY ANY MORE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU. Eng.

I GUESS IT HAD TO BE THAT WAY. Eng.

I HAVE EYES. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.

I HAVEN’T TIME TO BE A MILLIONAIRE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY. Eng.

I KISS YOU HAND, MADAME. Eng.

I LOVE YOU, SAMANTHA. Eng.

I ONLY WANT A BUDDY, NOT A SWEETHEART. Aus.

I PROMISE YOU. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

I WANT MY MAMA. Aus.

I WISH I WERE ALADDIN. Aus.

I WISHED ON THE MOON. Eng.

ICHABOD. Aus.

I'd Love To Live In Loveland (1)I’D LOVE TO LIVE IN LOVELAND. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

I’D RATHER BE ME. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

IF BING WOULD ONLY SING TO ME. (Aus.)

IF I HAD MY WAY. Eng. (small sheet).

IF YOU PLEASE. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.

IF YOU STUB YOUR TOE ON THE MOON. (1). Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.

I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. Aus.

I’LL BE SEEING YOU. (1) Braz.; (2) Eng.

I’LL SI-SI YA IN BAHIA. Aus.

I’LL TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN, KATHLEEN. Eng.

I’M AN OLD COWHAND. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Swe.

I’M DOIN’ IT FOR DEFENSE. Aus.

I’M DRIFTING BACK TO DREAMLAND. Eng.

I’M HUMMIN’, I’M WHISTLIN’, I’M SINGIN’. Aus.

I’M WAITING FOR SHIPS THAT NEVER COME IN. Aus.

IN A LITTLE HULA HEAVEN. Aus.

IN A LITTLE SPANISH TOWN. Swe.: I MIN LILLA SPANSKA STAD.

IN MY MERRY OLDSMOBILE. Aus.

IN THE COOL, COOL COOL OF THE EVENING. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.; (4) N.Z.

IN THE LAND OF BEGINNING AGAIN. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

ISLE OF INNISFREE, THE. Can.

IT HAPPENED IN MONTEREY. Eng.

IT IS CROSBY. (1) Aus., with markings; (2) Aus., without markings.

IT’S ALWAYS YOU. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

IT’S ANYBODY’S SPRING. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

IT’S BEEN A LONG, LONG TIME. Aus.

IT’S DE-LOVELY. Eng.

IT’S EASY TO REMEMBER. (1) Eng.; (2) Arg.: ES FACIL RECORDAR.

IT’S THE ANIMAL IN ME. Eng.

IT’S THE NATURAL THING TO DO. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

IT’S THE SAME OLD SHILLELAGH. Aus.

I’VE GOT A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS. (1) Eng. (2) Eng. with different picture inserts; (3) Aus.

I’VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING. Ger.

J

JOOBALAI. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

JUNE COMES AROUND EVERY YEAR. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

JUNE IN JANUARY. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.; (3) Den.: VAR I JANUARI.

JUST A PRAYER AWAY. (1) Can.; (2) Eng. (small sheet); (3) Aus., green; (4) Aus., brown. (5) Bel.

JUST AN ECHO. Can.

JUST FOR YOU. (1) Can.; (2) Aus.; (3) Eng.; (4) Ity.: SOLO PER TE.

K

KATRINA. Aus.

KENTUCKY BABE. Eng.

KIND’A PECULIAR BROWN. Eng.

KING OF JAZZ SELECTION. Eng.

KISS IN YOUR EYES, THE. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Eng., with extra box on cover; (4) Aus.

L

LAMPLIGHTER’S SERENADE, THE. Aus.

LAND OF DREAMS. Aus.

LAST MILE HOME, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

LEARN TO CROON. Eng.

LET ME LOVE YOU TONIGHT. Aus.

LET ME WHISPER I LOVE YOU. Eng.

LET’S NOT BE SENSIBLE. Eng.

LET’S TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

LET’S TIE THE OLD FORGET-ME-NOT. Aus.

LIFE IS SO PECULIAR. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

LITTLE DUTCH MILL. Can.

LIVE OAK TREE, THE. Eng.

LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL. Aus.

LONE STAR TRAIL. Aus.

LOVE HAS GONE ASTRAY (FIDELITE). Bel.

LOVE IN BLOOM. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.; (4) Arg.: AMOR EN FLOR.

LOVE IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

LOVE ME TONIGHT. Eng.

LOVE THY NEIGHBOR. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

LOVE, YOU DIDN’T DO RIGHT BY ME. (1) Aus.; (2) Swe.: KUNG UTAN LAND.

M

MACNAMARA’S BAND. Name, no pic. Eng.

MAGIC WINDOW, THE. Aus.

MAIDEN OF GUADALUPE, THE. Eng.

MAN AND HIS DREAM, A. Aus.

MAN ON FIRE. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

MANDY IS TWO. Aus.

MANY DREAMS AGO. Ger.

MARSHMALLOW WORLD, A. Eng.

MARY’S A GRAND OLD NAME. Aus.

MAY I? (1) Aus.; (2). Arg.: PUEDO?

MEET THE SUN HALFWAY. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

MIMI. (1) Eng.; (2) Den.

MIND IF I MAKE LOVE TO YOU? Eng.

MISS BROWN TO YOU. Eng.

MISSOURI WALTZ. Aus.

MOON AND THE WILLOW TREE, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

MOON GOT IN MY EYES, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

MOONBURN. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Arg.: RAYO DE LUNA.

MOONFLOWERS. Eng.

MOONLIGHT BAY. Aus.

MOONLIGHT BECOMES YOU. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.

MY HEART AND I. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

MY HEART IS A HOBO. Aus.

MY HEART IS TAKING LESSONS. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

MY LAST NIGHT IN ROME. Ger.: SCHON WAREN DIESE TAGE

Nobody's DarlinMY MOTHER’S WALTZ. (1) Can.; (2) Aus.; (3) Eng.

N

NEVER LET ME GO. Ger.

NOBODY’S DARLIN’ BUT MINE. Aus.

 

NOW IS THE HOUR. Name, no pic. Eng.

O

O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL. Eng.

OH BABY MINE, I GET SO LONELY. Aus.

OLD CHAPERONE, THE. Aus.

OLD FERRIS WHEEL, THE. Aus.

ON THE SENTIMENTAL SIDE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

ONCE AND FOR ALWAYS. (1) Aus.: (2) Can.

ONE, TWO, BUTTON YOUR SHOE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

ONLY FOREVER. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus. (movie ed.); (4) Aus. (not movie ed.)

OPEN UP YOUR HEART. Aus.

OUR BIG LOVE SCENE. Eng.

OUT OF THIS WORLD. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus. (3) Bel.

P

PALE MOON. Aus.

PAPER DOLL. Can.

PENNIES FROM HEAVEN. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

PEPE. Eng.

PERSONALITY. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

PESSIMISTIC CHARACTER, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

PIANO SELECTION (Blue Skies). Eng.

PIANO SELECTION (High Society). Eng.

PIANO SELECTION (Pennies From Heaven). Eng.

PIANO SELECTION (White Christmas). Eng.

PIANOFORTE SELECTION. Eng.

PLEASE. Eng.

POINCIANA. Aus.

PRAIRIELAND LULLABY. Aus.

PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ (Blue Skies, 1946). Eng.

Q

QUICKSILVER. (1) Aus.; (2) N.Z.

R

RAGAMUFFIN ROMEO. Aus.

RHYTHM ON THE RIVER. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

RIDERS IN THE SKY. Spn.: JINETS EN EL CIELO.

RIDIN’ AROUND IN THE RAIN. Name, no pic. Aus.

RIDIN’ DOWN THE CANYON. Front page only. Aus.

ROAD TO HONG KONG, THE. Eng.

ROAD TO MOROCCO, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

ROAD TO VICTORY, THE. (1) Can.; (2) Can. with French title also.

ROSE ANN OF CHARING CROSS. Can.

S

SAIL ALONG, SILV’RY MOON. Aus

SAILOR, BEWARE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SAM’S SONG. Eng.

SAN ANTONIO ROSE. Aus.

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY. Aus.

SAY ONE FOR ME. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SEARCH IS THROUGH, THE. Aus.

SECOND TIME AROUND, THE. Eng.

SECRET OF CHRISTMAS, THE. Aus.

SELECTION (King of Jazz medley). Eng.

SENTIMENTAL MUSIC. Aus.

SERENADE TO AN OLD-FASHIONED GIRL. Aus.

SHE REMINDS ME OF YOU. Aus.

“SHELL” SONG, THE (BING SINGS SHELL). Eng.

SIERRA SUE. Aus.

SILENT NIGHT. Can.

SILVER THREADS AMONG THE GOLD. Bel.

SING A SONG OF SUNBEAMS. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

SING ME A SONG OF THE ISLANDS. Aus.

SINGING SANDS OF ALAMOSA, THE. Aus.

SIOUX CITY SUE. (1) Aus.; (2) Aus., with pic. insert.

SISTERS. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

SMALL FRY. Eng.

SMARTY. Eng.

SMILE RIGHT BACK AT THE SUN. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SO DO I. Aus.

SO TALL A TREE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SOLDIER’S LAST LETTER. Aus.

SOMEPLACE ON ANYWHERE ROAD. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SONG OF FREEDOM. Eng.

SONG OF OLD HAWAII, A. Aus.

SONG OF THE DAWN. Eng.

SOON. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Arg.: PONTO.

SOUTH AMERICA, TAKE IT AWAY. Bel.

SOUTH OF THE BORDER. Eng.

SPANIARD THAT BLIGHTED MY LIFE, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SPRING IS HERE AGAIN (LA LEGENDE DES NUAGES). (1) Bel.; (2) Eng.

STAR DUST. Eng.

STILL THE BLUEBIRD SINGS. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER. Aus.

SUNDAY, MONDAY OR ALWAYS. (1) Eng. (small sheet); (2) Aus.

SUNSHINE CAKE. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.; (4) Frn.

SWEET IS THE WORD FOR YOU. (1) Eng. (2) Aus.

SWEET LEILANI. Eng.

SWEET POTATO PIPER. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

SWINGING ON A STAR. (1) Can.; (2) Eng. (small sheet); (3) Aus.; (4) Spn.; (5) Frn.; (6) Hol.

T

TAKE COMMAND OF MY HEART. N.Z.

TAKE ME BACK TO MY BOOTS AND SADDLE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

TAKES TWO TO MAKE A BARGAIN. Eng.

TALLAHASSEE. Aus.

TEAM WORK. Eng.

TEMPTATION. Eng.

THANKS. Eng.

THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC. Eng. (small sheet).

THAT SLY OLD GENTLEMAN. Aus.

THAT’S FOR ME. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

That's What Life Is All AboutTHAT’S WHAT LIFE IS ALL ABOUT. Eng.

THERE’S A CABIN IN THE PINES. Aus.

THERE’S A GOLD MINE IN THE SKY. Aus.

THESE FOOLISH THINGS. Aus.

THINGS WE DID LAST SUMMER, THE. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

THREE LITTLE WORDS. Aus.

THROUGH THE DOORWAY OF DREAMS. Can.

TILL THE END OF THE WORLD. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

TOO-RA-LOO-RA-LOO-RAL. (1) Can.; (2) Eng.; (3) Aus.; (4) N.Z.; (5) Bel. (6) Swe.

TOO ROMANTIC. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

TOP O’ THE MORNING. (1) Eng.; (2) Can.; (3) Aus.

TRADE WINDS. Name, no pic. Aus.

TRUE LOVE. (1). Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Swe.

TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

TWO HEARTS IN LOVE. Eng.

TWO SHILLELAGH O’SULLIVAN. Aus.

U

UNTIL. Eng.

V

VOICE IN THE OLD VILLAGE CHOIR, THE. Can.

W

WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES, NELLIE. Aus.

WAITER AND THE PORTER AND THE UPSTAIRS MAID, THE. (1) Aus.; (2) Eng.

WALK ME BY THE RIVER. Aus.

WALKING THE FLOOR OVER YOU. Aus.

WALTZING IN A DREAM. Aus.

WARMER THAN A WHISPER. Eng.

WELCOME TO MY DREAM. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WELL, DID YOU EVAH? Eng.

WE’LL MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus. (from Cinderella’s Fella)

WE’VE GOT A SURE THING. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WHAT WOULD SHAKESPEARE HAVE SAID? Eng.

WHEN I LOST YOU. Aus.

WHEN IS SOMETIME? (1) Can.; (2) Eng.

WHEN THE GUARDSMAN STARTED CROONING ON PARADE. Eng.

WHEN THE MOON COMES OVER MADISON SQUARE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE BLUES. Aus. (MAGGIE BLUES).

WHEN YOU MAKE LOVE TO ME. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Can.

WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN. Eng.

WHERE ARE YOU (GIRL OF MY DREAMS)? (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WHERE THE BLUE OF THE NIGHT MEETS THE GOLD OF THE DAY. (1) Eng.; (2) Arg.: DONDE EL AZUL DE LA NOCHE SE ENCUENTRA CON EL ORO DEL DIA.

WHIFFENPOOF SONG, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WHISTLER AND HIS DOG, THE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WHITE CHRISTMAS. (1) Eng. (small sheet, Holiday Inn); (2) Aus. (Holiday Inn); (3) Arg.: NAVIDAD BLANCA.

WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH A GENERAL? Eng.

WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN. Eng.

WHO THREW THE OVERALLS IN MISTRESS MURPHY’S CHOWDER? Aus.

WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? Eng.

WHOSE DREAM ARE YOU? Aus.

WITH EVERY BREATH I TAKE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Arg.: CADA VEX QUE RESORP; (4) Den.: PA DIG JAG TANKER VARJE ANDETAG.

WITH MY SHILLELAGH UNDER MY ARM. Aus.

WITHOUT A WORD OF WARNING. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WOULD YOU? (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

WRAP YOUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS. Eng.

Y

YODEL IN SWING. Eng.

YOU ALL COME. Aus.

YOU CAN’T BLAME A GIRL FOR TRYING. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOU DON’T HAVE TO KNOW THE LANGUAGE. (1) Aus.; (2) Frn.: PAS BESOIN SAVOIR LA LANGUE.­

YOU KEEP COMING BACK LIKE A SONG. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus. (3) Frn.

YOU LUCKY PEOPLE, YOU. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOUR OWN LITTLE HOUSE. Eng.

YOUR SOCKS DON’T MATCH. Eng. Name, no pic.

YOU’RE A SWEET LITTLE HEADACHE. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOU’RE ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOU’RE BREAKING MY HEART. N.Z.

YOU’RE DANGEROUS. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOU’RE EASY TO DANCE WITH. Aus.

YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH SOMEONE. (1) Eng.; (2) Can.; (3) Aus.

YOU’RE SENSATIONAL. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOU’RE THE TOP. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.

YOU’VE GOT ME WHERE YOU WANT ME. Aus.

Z

ZING A LITTLE ZONG. (1) Eng.; (2) Aus.; (3) Frn.

Bing Crosby Songbooks

American and Foreign,
American unless otherwise indicated.
Date of issue is shown if known.
All contain words and music.

 

J. ALBERT & SON (Aus.):

BING CROSBY SONG FOLIO (1939). Var.: (1) price 2/6; (2) price 3/; (3) price 5/6.

-----No. 2 (1945). Var.: (1) price 2/6; (2) price 4/; (3) price 5/6.

BURKE AND VAN HEUSEN, INC.:

BING CROSBY’S FAVORITE HYMNS (1947).

BING CROSBY’S SELECTION OF SACRED SONGS AND HYMNS (1947).

HOLLYWOOD MELODIES (1945).

C. P. P/BELWIN INC.:

LEGENDARY PERFORMERS, VOL. 3: BING CROSBY FAVORITE SONGS (1984). Note: Still in print; available from Barnes & Noble and other booksellers.

CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO. LTD. (Eng.):

BING CROSBY ALBUM OF FAVORITE SONGS (1940).

CHAPPELL & CO. LTD. (Aus.):

BING CROSBY SINGS HITS FROM PARAMOUNT PICTURES (1935).

COLUMBIA PICTURES PUBLICATIONS - BIG PUBLICATIONS:

BING CROSBY FAVORITE SONGS (1984).

CRITERION MUSIC CORP.:

TOP TV RADIO & RECORD HIT SONGS (1952).

D. DAVIS & CO. PTY. LTD. (Aus.):

BING CROSBY’S MUSIC HALL OF MEMORIES (1942).

-----No. 2 (1944­).

DE SYLVA, BROWN AND HENDERSON, INC.:

SUPREME DANCE FOLIO NO. 7.

----No 10

FAMOUS CHAPPELL LTD. (Eng.):

BING CROSBY’S 20TH MUSICAL ANNIVERSARY SONG ALBUM.

FAMOUS MUSIC CORPORATION:

BING CROSBY DANCE FOLIO (1933).

----- No. 2 (1936).

BING CROSBY 20TH MUSICAL ANNIVERSARY SONG FOLIO (1954).

PARAMOUNT PICTURES SONG FOLIO (1937).

-----Vol. 2 (1938).

-----Vol. 3 (1939).

-----Vol. 4 (1940)

-----Vol. 5 (1940).

-----Vol. 10 (1944).

SONGS MADE FAMOUS BY BING CROSBY (1941).

LEO FEIST, INC.:

BING CROSBY’S BALLADS OF YESTERDAY (1938). Var.: (1) price 504; (2) price 604.

CHARLES HANSEN MUSIC AND BOOKS, INC.:

BING CROSBY: SILVER BELLS AND OTHER POPULAR CHRISTMAS SONGS (1950).

BING CROSBY SOUVENIR SONG BOOKLET (small size).

POPULAR HITS OF BING CROSBY.

JOY MUSIC, INC.:

THE GREAT HITS OF BING CROSBY.

LEEDS MUSIC CORPORATION:

BING CROSBY’S MUSIC HALL OF MEMORIES (1942).

MAYFAIR MUSIC CORPORATION:

ALL-TIME HIT PARADE SONG FOLIO (1943­). (small size.

BING CROSBY’S MINSTREL SONG FOLIO (1943).

BING CROSBY’S PICK OF POPULAR SONGS (1946).

CROSBYANA (1942).

MORRIS-MAYFAIR SONG FOLIO NO. 1 (1943).

MORRIS-MAYFAIR SONG FOLIO NO. 2 (1945).

20 YEARS WITH BING CROSBY (1954).

EDWIN H. MORRIS AND COMPANY:

BING CROSBY’S CHRISTMAS SONGS AND CAROLS (1945). Var.: (1) price 604; (2) price 754.

BING CROSBY’S COUNTRY STYLE SQUARE DANCES (1949).

BING CROSBY’S HITS OF THE DAY (1947).

BING CROSBY’S IRISH SONG COLLECTION (1949).

BING CROSBY’S IRISH SONG COLLECTION FOR ACCORDION (1955).

BING CROSBY’S POPULAR SONG FOLIO (1944). Var,: (1) price 504; (2) price 604.­

BING CROSBY’S SERENADE SONG FOLIO (1947).

BING CROSBY’S SIMPLIFIED CHRISTMAS AND THANKSGIVING SONGS (1948).

BING CROSBY’S WESTERN SONG FOLIO (1945).

EDWIN H. MORRIS AND COMPANY (Can.)

BING CROSBY’S SERENADE SONG FOLIO (1946). Note: Some of the songs are different from the American edition above.

REMICK MUSIC CORPORATION:

BING CROSBY’S ALBUM OF SONG SOUVENIRS (1940). Var.: (1) orange cover; (2) blue cover

BING CROSBY’S ALBUM OF SONG SOUVENIRS, REVISED ED. (1940). Blue cover.

ROBBINS MUSIC CORPORATION:

BING CROSBY’S FAVORITE SONGS (1942). Var.: (l) green cover, price 504; (2) green cover, price 604; (3) orange cover.

BING CROSBY’S FAVORITE SONGS, REVISED ED. Orange cover.

ROBBINS HOLLYWOOD DANCE FOLIO No. 4.

----- No. 7.

----- No. 9. Pics. from Going Hollywood.

----- No. 10.

ROBBINS HOLLYWOOD SONG FOLIO (1939).

----- No. 2 (1940).

----- No. 3 (1941).

SANTLY-JOY-SELECT, INC.:

BING SINGS HIS HIT SONGS FROM HIS PICTURES AND RECORDS (1940).

----- 2ND EDITION (1944).

SHAPIRO, BERNSTEIN AND CO., INC.:

THE GEM DANCE FOLIO FOR 1932. (1931).

----- FOR 1936. (1935).

SHEET MUSIC MAGAZINE. The July/August 2001 issue of this magazine is devoted to Bing Crosby. It includes several articles about Bing and the sheet music for 12 songs.

ETHEL SMITH MUSIC CORP.:

CROSBY’S RECORDED SONGS FOR HAMMOND ORGANS.

VICTORIA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. LTD. (Eng.):

THE 3RD BIG BROADCAST ALBUM OF WORLD HITS.

THE 6TH BIG BROADCAST ALBUM OF WORLD HITS.

PARAMOUNT PICTURES SONGS AND STARS OF THE SILVER SCREEN (1938).

M. WITMARK & SONS:

GUS EDWARDS’ PARADE OF SONGS AND STARS (1939). Songs from The Star Maker.

LAWRENCE WRIGHT (Eng.):

STATES OF AMERICA.