Playlist

Playlist

All Of Me – Writer(s): Music and Words by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in 1931

All My Tomorrows – Writer(s): Music by Jimmy van Heusen; Words by Sammy Cahn in 1957

All Or Nothing At All – Writer(s): Music by Arthur Altman and Words by Jack Lawrence in 1939

All The Way – Writer(s): Music by Jimmy van Heusen; Words by Sammy Cahn in 1957

Angel Eyes – Writer(s): Music by Matt Dennis and Words by Earl Brent in 1946

Chicago – Writer(s): Music and Words by Fred Fisher in 1922

Come Fly With Me – Writer(s): Music by Jimmy van Heusen; Words by Sammy Cahn in 1957

Come Rain, Or Shine – Writer(s): Music by written by Harold Arlen and Words by Johnny Mercer in 1946

Embraceable You – Writer(s): Music by George Gershwin; Words by Ira Gershwin in 1928

Fly Me To The Moon – Writer(s): Words & Music by Bart Howard in 1965

For Once In My Life – Writer(s): Music and Words by Ron Miller and Orlando Murden in 1967

Girl From Ipanema – Writer(s): Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Words by Vinicius de Moraes in 1962 and later English words by Norman Gimbel

Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry – Writer(s): Music by Jule Styne and Words by Sammy Cahn in 1944

I’m Gonna Live Till I Die – Writer(s): Music by Walter Kent, Husband Curtis and Words by All Hoffman in 1954

I’ve Got A Crush – Writer(s): Music by George Gershwin; Words by Ira Gershwin in 1928

I’ve Got The World On A String – Writer(s): Music by Harold Arlen; Words by Ted Koehler in 1932

I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Writer(s): Music and Words by Cole Porter in 1956

I Concentrate On You – Writer(s): Music and Words by Cole Porter in 1940

I Get A Kick Out Of You – Writer(s): Music and Words by Cole Porter in 1936

In The Wee Small Hours – Writer(s): composed by David Mann, with lyrics by Bob Hilliard in 1955

It Had To Be You – Writer(s): Music by Isham Jones and Words by Gus Kahn in 1924

It’s Allright With Me – Writer(s): Music by Music and Words by Cole Porter in 1953

I Only Have Eyes For You – Writer(s): by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Al Dubin, written in 1934

It Was A Very Good Year – Writer(s): Music and Words by Ervin Drake in 1961

Lady Is A Tramp – Writer(s): Music by Richard Rodgers; Words by Lorenz Hart in 1937

Learning The Blues – Writer(s): Music and Words by Dolores Vicki Silvers in 1955

Let Me Try Again – Writer(s): Music by Caravelli and Words by Paul Anka and Sammy Cahn in 1973

Love And Marriage – Writer(s): Music by Jimmy van Heusen and Words by Sammy Cahn in 1955

Love’s Been Good To Me – Writer(s): Music and Words by Rod McKuen in 1969

Luck Be A Lady – Writer(s): Music and Words by Frank Loesser in 1950

Mack The Knife – Writer(s): Music by Kurt Weill; Words by Bertolt Brecht in 1928

Moonlight Serenade – Writer(s): composed by Glenn Miller with subsequent lyrics by Mitchell Parish in 1939

My Funny Valentine – Writer(s): Music by Richard Rodgers; Words by Lorenz Hart in 1937

My Kind Of Town – Writer(s): Music by Jimmy van Heusen; Words by Sammy Cahn in 1964

My Way – Writer(s): Music by Claude François and Jacques Revaux 1967 and Words by Paul Anka in 1969

New York, New York – Writer(s): Music by John Kander; Words by Fred Ebb in 1977

Nice ‘N’ Easy – Writer(s): Music and Words by Spence /Keith/Bergman in 1960

Night & Day – Writer(s): Music and Words by Cole Porter in 1932

One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) – Writer(s): Music by Harold Arlen; Words by Johnny Mercel in 1943

Pennies From Heaven – Writer(s): Music and Words by Johnny Burke and Arthur Johnston in 1936

September Song – Writer(s): composed by Kurt Weill, with lyric by Maxwell Anderson in 1938

Softly As I Leave You – Writer(s): Music and Words by Hal Shaper, Antonio De Vita and Giorgio Calabrese in 1964

South Of The Border – Writer(s): written by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr and published in 1939

Strangers In The Night – Writer(s): Music by Bert Kaempfert; Words by Charles Singleton and Eddie Snyder in 1966

Summer Wind – Writer(s): Music by Heinz Meier and Words by Johnny Mercer in 1965

That’s Life – Writer(s): written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon in 1966

The Best Is Yet To Come – Writer(s): Music by Cy Coleman; Words by Carolyn Leigh in 1964

The Gal That Got Away – It Never Entered My Mind – Writer(s): Music by … and Words by … in 19..

The Tender Trap – Writer(s): composed by Jimmy Van Heusen, with lyrics by Sammy Cahn in 1955

The Way You Look Tonight – Writer(s): Music by Jerome Kern; Words by Dorothy Fields in 1936

They Can’t Take That Away From Me – Writer(s): written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin in 1937

Triste – Writer(s): Music and Words by Antônio Carlos Jobim in 19??

Try A Little Tenderness – Writer(s): Music and Words by Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly and Harry M. Woods in 1932

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life – Writer(s): Music and Words by Stevie Wonder in 1973

You Make Me Feel So Young – Writer(s): Music by Josef Myrow; Words by Mack Gordon in 1946

Unforgettable – Writer(s): Music and Words by Irvin Gordon in 1951

What Now My Love – Writer(s): Music by Gilbert Bécaud and Words by Pierre Delanoë and and later English words by Carl Sigman in 1961

Where Or When – Writer(s): Music by Richard Rodger and Words by Laurenz Hart in 1937

Witchcraft – Writer(s): Music by Cy Coleman; Words by Carolyn Leigh in 1957

And more…

Christmas Songs

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Writer(s): Music by Hugh Martin; Words by Ralph Blane in 1944

I’ll Be Home For Christmas – Writer(s): Music by Walter Kent and Words by lyricists Kim Gannon and Buck Ram in 1943

It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year – Writer(s): Music and Words by by Edward Pola and George Wyle in 1963

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! – Writer(s): Music by Jule Styne; Words by Sammy Cahn in 1945

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer – Writer(s): Music and Words by Robert L. May in 1939

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Writer(s): Music by John Frederick; Words by Haven Gillespie in 1934

Silver Bells – Writer(s): Music and Words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans in 1950

The Christmas Song – Writer(s): Music and Words by Mel Tormé and Bob Wells in 1944

White Christmas – Writer(s): Music and Words by Irving Berlin in 1942

Winter Wonderland – Writer(s): Music by Felix Bernard; Words by Richard B. Smith in 1934


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