Rising to fame in the twenties and early thirties, Ruth Etting was renowned for her great beauty, her gorgeous voice and her tragic life. She starred on Broadway, made movies in Hollywood, married a mobster, had numerous hit-records, fell in love and was known as America's Sweetheart of Song.
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Words and Music by Joe Young and Fred A. Ahlert Life is a song, let’s sing it together. Let’s take our hearts and dip them in rhyme, Let’s learn the words, let’s learn the music together, hoping the song last … Continue reading
Lyrics by Joe Young and Music by Fred E. Ahlert (1935)
Words and Music by Joe Young and Little Jack Little (1935) Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein Cover Artist: Barbelle
Lyrics by Charlie Tobias and Charles Newman, and Music by Sam H. Stept (1935) Sweetest little feller See him there he stands Sweetest little feller With those dirty hands Wherever he may be I know that I will see Chorus: … Continue reading
Written by Robin, Whiting, and Rainger Recorded by Ruth Etting in June of 1935 for Columbia Records. Originally issued on Columbia 3070 D (Matrix 17775)
Words by Lorenz Hart, Music by Richard Rodgers Your sweet expression The smile you gave me The way you looked when we met It’s easy to remember But so hard to forget I hear you whisper “I’ll always love you” … Continue reading
Words by Gus Kahn, Music by Walter Donaldson, 1935
Never could carry a tune Never knew where to start You came along, when everything was wrong And put a song in my heart Dear when you smiled at me I heard a melody It haunted me from the start … Continue reading
Music by Harry Barris and Lyrics by Mort Greene (1935) 1935 sheet music for voice, piano and guitar.
Words by Dorothy Parker and Music by Ralph Rainger Recorded by Ruth Etting in June of 1935 for Columbia Records. Originally issued on Columbia 3070 D (Matrix 17774)