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Black Bottom

    Words by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1926
    Introduced by Ann Pennington, The McCarthy Sisters, Frances Williams and Tom Patricola in the stage revue "George White's Scandals of 1926"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Chorus as part of the Born in a Trunk sequence in the film A Star Is Born, 1954
    See Born in a Trunk for release details
    Performed by Sheree North in the film The Best Things in Life Are Free, 1956

Born in a Trunk

Go Home, Joe

Gotta Have Me Go with You

Heartbroken

Here's What I'm Here For

I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)

    Words by Roy Turk, music by Fred Ahlert, 1928
    Popularized by Ruth Etting
    Recorded by Dick Haymes with Harry James and His Orchestra, 1944
    Performed by Dinah Shore in the film Follow the Boys, 1944
    Performed by Dan Dailey in the film You Were Meant for Me, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Born in a Trunk sequence in the film A Star Is Born, 1954
    Performed by Don Murray and later by Andrea McArdle in the film Rainbow, 1978 (Judy Garland biopic)
    See Born in a Trunk for release details

It's a New World

Lose That Long Face

Man That Got Away, The

My Melancholy Baby

Peanut Vendor, The

Send My Baby Back to Me

Someone at Last

Swanee

When My Sugar Walks Down the Street All the Little Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet

Words and music by Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills, 1924
Popularized by Gene Austin
Popularized by Phil Harris and His Orchestra
Performed by Judy Garland in the Born in a Trunk sequence of the film A Star Is Born, 1954, but cut from the film
Never released on record or CD

Without a Memory

You Took Advantage of Me



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