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Judy's Radio Songs

This is a list of songs Judy sang on various radio shows. It is not a complete list - I have yet to find program information from most of the 1930s, and there may well be other programs in the 1940s and 1950s that I don't yet know about.

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Abe Lincoln Had Just One Country

After You've Gone

Alabamy Bound

Alexander's Ragtime Band

All God's Chillun Got Rhythm

All the Things I Love

All the Things You Are

All Time Flop Parade

Always

America (My Country 'Tis of Thee)

Anchors Aweigh

April in Paris

April Showers

Beyond the Blue Horizon

Birth of the Blues, The

Blue Boy

Blue Hawaii

Blue Skies

Boise, Idaho

    Written by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired December 6, 1950

Bounce Along Garland

Boy Next Door, The

Broadway Rhythm

But Not for Me

By Myself

Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon

(De) Camptown Races

Can Do, Will Do

    Written by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland on Mail Call #91, aired May 17, 1944

Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man

    Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1927
    Introduced by Helen Morgan in the stage musical "Show Boat," 1927
    Performed by Helen Morgan in the film Show Boat, 1936
    Part of medley performed by Judy Garland on Philco Radio Hall of Fame, aired December 17, 1944
    Performed by Lena Horne in the film Till the Clouds Roll By, 1946
    Performed by Annette Warren dubbing for Ava Gardner in the film Show Boat, 1951
    (Ava Gardner's prerecordings are excellent and are included on most recent soundtrack albums)

Carolina in the Morning

Chin Up! Cheerio! Carry On!

Christopher Columbus

College Swing

Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean

Comes Love

Confess

Connecticut

Could You Pass in Love?

Cryin' for the Carolines

    Words by Joe Young and Sam Lewis, music by Harry Warren, 1930
    Introduced by Lawrence Gray in the film Spring Is Here
    Popularized by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
    Performed by Judy Garland on Good News of 1938, aired April 14, 1938

Daddy

    Words and music by Bobby Troup, 1941
    Introduced by Joan Davis and Jinx Falkenburg in the film Two Latins from Manhattan, 1941
    Popularized by Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra
    Performed by Judy Garland (with special lyrics) on The Chase and Sanborn Hour, aired September 7, 1941

Dinah

Dixieland Band

Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Down on Melody Farm

Easter Parade

Embraceable You

Everybody Sing

F. D. R. Jones

Fella with an Umbrella, A

Fight for U.S.C.

For Me and My Gal

Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones

Friendly Star

Get Happy

Go to Sleep, My Baby

God's Country

Good Morning

Goodnight Irene

Goodnight My Love

    Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1936
    Introduced by Shirley Temple (and later sung by Alice Faye) in the film Stowaway, 1936
    Shirley Temple lyric and Alice Faye lyric both performed by Judy Garland on Jack Oakie's College, aired March 30, 1937

Goodnight Wherever You Are

Got a Pair of New Shoes

Gotta Be This or That

    Words and music by Sunny Skylar, 1945
    Popularized by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
    Performed by Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra on The Danny Kaye Show, aired October 5, 1945

Groaner, Canary and Nose

    Written by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland, Bing Crosby and Jimmy Durante on Mail Call #91, aired May 17, 1944

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Hello Ma Baby

    Written by Howard and Emerson
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired February 7, 1951
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired June 4, 1952

How About You?

How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Love You When You Know I've Been a Liar All My Life

How Deep Is the Ocean?

How Lovely to Be Me

How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm

I Ain't Got Nobody

I Cried for You

I Don't Care

I Get a Kick out of You

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1934
    Introduced by Ethel Merman and William Gaxton in the stage musical "Anything Goes"
    Parody version performed by Judy Garland with Dick Haymes on Everything for the Boys, aired July 11, 1944

I Hear a Rhapsody

I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen

I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City

I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)

I Never Knew (I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You)

I Remember You

I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)

I Want to Go Back to Michigan (Down on the Farm)

I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

I'll Remember April

I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep

I'm Gonna Be Strong for You

I'm Nobody's Baby

I've Got the Sun in the Morning

I've Got You Under My Skin

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1936
    Introduced by Virginia Bruce in the film Born to Dance (instrumental version danced by Georges and Jalna), 1936
    Popularized by Hal Kemp and His Orchestra
    Performed by Ginny Simms in the film Night and Day, 1946
    Performed by Judy Garland on Philco Radio Time, aired February 19, 1947
    Performed by Marina Koshetz in the film Luxury Liner, 1948

If I Had You

In My Merry Oldsmobile

Isle of Capri

It Came Upon a Midnight Clear

It Had to Be You

It Only Happens When I Dance with You

It's a Great Day for the Irish

Johnny One Note

Joint Is Really Jumpin' Down in Carnegie Hall, The

Just the Way You Are

    Words and music by Freed (?)
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired February 7, 1951

Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Let's Call the Whole Thing Off

Limehouse Blues

    Words by Douglas Furber, music by Philip Braham, 1922
    Introduced by Gertrude Lawrence, Robert Hobbs and Fred Leslie in the stage revue "Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924"
    Sung by Harriet Lee, and danced by Fred Astaire and Lucille Bremer in the film Ziegfeld Follies, 1946
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired March 28, 1951

Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)

    Words by Ira Gershwin and Gus Kahn, music by George Gershwin, 1929
    Introduced by Nick Lucas (and danced by Ruby Keeler) in the stage musical "Show Girl"
    It is said that Judy Garland so loved this song that she named her first daughter Liza (Minnelli), 1946
    Performed by Judy Garland on Philco Radio Time, aired November 27, 1946
    See also: Master Song Index

Long Ago (And Far Away)

Look for the Silver Lining

Love

Love's New Sweet Song

Love's Old Sweet Song

    Written by Molloy (?)
    Performed by Judy Garland and Fanny Brice on Good News of 1938, aired February 3, 1938

Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me

    Words by Sidney Clare, music by Con Conrad, 1921
    Introduced by Eddie Cantor in the stage revue "The Midnight Rounders of 1921"
    Popularized by Eddie Cantor
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired October 5, 1949

Man I Love, The

Maybe It's Because (I Love You Too Much)

Mean to Me

Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis

(Down On) Melody Farm

Music Stopped, The

My Daddy Was a Minstrel Man

My Heart Is Taking Lessons

My Old Kentucky Home

My Romance

    Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1935
    Introduced by Donald Novis and Gloria Grafton in the stage musical "Billy Rose's Jumbo"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra on The Danny Kaye Show, aired October 5, 1938
    Performed by Doris Day in the film Jumbo, 1962

My Ship (Has Sails That Are Made of Silk)

Nellie Kelly, I Love You

No Love, No Nothin'

Notre Dame Victory Song

O Come All Ye Faithful

    (Adeste Fidelis)
    English lyric by Frederick Oakeley, 1782
    Popular Christmas carol
    Performed by Judy Garland on Command Performance Christmas Show, aired December 25, 1944

Oh Say Can You Swing

On Brave Old Army Team

On Revival Day

On the Bumpy Road to Love

Over the Rainbow

Peanut Vendor, The

People Will Say We're in Love

Play, Orchestra, Play

    Words and music by Noel Coward, 1935
    Used in the stage play "Shadow Play" by Noel Coward
    Performed by Judy Garland on Jack Oakie's College, aired May 18, 1937

Pretty Baby

Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A

Rights of Womankind, The

Rock-A-Bye Your Baby (With a Dixie Melody)

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Russian Winter

Sam's Song (The Happy Tune)

Sarah Spade Parody, The

Serenade

    Words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg, 1924
    Introduced by Howard Marsh, Raymond Marlowe, Frederic Wolff, Paul Kleeman and Chorus in the operetta "The Student Prince in Heidelberg"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Good News of 1938, aired May 5, 1938
    Performed by Ann Blyth and Mario Lanza dubbing for Edmund Purdom in the film The Student Prince, 1954

Sextette, The

Share a Little

Shine On, Harvest Moon

Shine on Your Shoes, A

Shoe Shine Boy

    Words by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, 1936
    Introduced by Louis Armstrong in the stage revue "Connie's Hot Chocolates of 1936"
    Popularized by Louis Armstrong
    Performed by Judy Garland on Jack Oakie's College, aired May 18, 1937

Silent Night, Holy Night

Singin' in the Rain

Skip to My Lou

Slap That Bass

Smiles

Some of These Days

Somebody Loves Me

Someone to Watch Over Me

Something in the Air

Something to Remember You By

Somewhere Over the Barrel

Sound Off for Chesterfield

    Commercial jingle for Chesterfield Cigarettes
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired May 21, 1952
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired May 28, 1952

Speak Low

    Words by Ogden Nash, music by Kurt Weill, 1943
    Introduced by Mary Martin and Kenny Baker in the stage musical "One Touch of Venus"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Mail Call #72, aired in 1944
    Performed by Dick Haymes and Eileen Wilson dubbing for Ava Gardner in the film One Touch of Venus, 1948

Stars and Stripes Forever

Stompin' at the Savoy

Story of Sorrento, The

    Written by Russell, Gallagher and Cugat
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired March 28, 1951

Strike Up the Band

Suddenly

Sweet or Swing?

Sweet Sixteen

Swing High, Swing Low

Swinging on a Star

Taking a Chance on Love

Tearbucket Jim

    Written by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, William Frawley and Leo McCarey on Philco Radio Time, aired February 19, 1947

Thanks for the Memory

That Old Black Magic

There'll Always Be an England

There's a Gold Mine in the Sky

    Words and music by Charles Kenny and Nick Kenny, 1938
    Introduced by Gene Autry in the film Gold Mine in the Sky, 1938
    Popularized by Bing Crosby
    Performed by Judy Garland on Good News of 1938, aired April 21, 1938

There's a Lull in My Life

These Lush Moments

    Written by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on The Bing Crosby Show, aired December 6, 1950

They Can't Take That Away from Me

They Didn't Believe Me

This Is New

This Is the Army, Mr. Jones

Trailing Along with a Trailer

Trolley Song, The

Two Hearts That Swing in 3/4 Time

Tzena, Tzena, Tzena

Wait 'Til the Sun Shines Nellie

Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Way You Look Tonight, The

We're Off to See the Wizard

Wearing of the Green

When Johnny Comes Marching Home

When You Wore a Tulip (And I Wore a Big Red Rose)

When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You)

Where Are You

Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day

While Strolling Through the Park One Day

Who?

Why? Because!

Why Don't You Do Right

Wings of Freedom, The (There'll Always Be an England)

Wish You Were Here

    Words and music by Harold J. Rome, 1952
    Introduced by Jack Cassidy in the stage musical "Wish You Were Here"
    Popularized by Eddie Fisher
    Performed by Judy Garland on The General Electric Program, aired October 30, 1952

Wishing Has Made It True

Wishing Will Make It So

Wonderful Guy

    Written by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland on The Bob Hope Show, aired January 30, 1951

Word from Autolite, A

    Written by ?
    Jingle for Autolite spark plugs, tune based on "There's a Tavern in the Town"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Dick Haymes on Everything for the Boys, aired July 11, 1944

Yankee Doodle Dandy

You and I

You Belong to Me

You Gotta Get Out and Vote

You Made Me Love You

(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You

You Tell Me Your Dream (And I'll Tell You Mine)

You Were Always Chasing Rainbows

You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1942
    Introduced by Don Ameche and Janet Blair in the film Something to Shout About, 1943
    Performed by Judy Garland on Command Performance #81, aired 1943

You're Just in Love

Your Broadway and My Broadway

Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart



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