Ralph Freed

Ralph Freed
May 1, 1907
February 13, 1973
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Lyricist and songwriter. Beginning in 1954, Freed produced movies and television programs.
Arthur Freed Brother
Ruth Freed Sister
Grace Saxon Wife


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Songs written by Ralph Freed

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Who Walks In When I Walk Out Al Hoffman, Ralph Freed, Al Goodhart Covered by (39 artists)
(You Know It All) Smarty Burton Lane, Ralph Freed Bing Crosby with Orchestra under the direction of John Scott Trotter July 7, 1937 Covered by (3 artists)
You Were Made for Love Ralph Freed, Grace Saxon Dean Martin with Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Gus Levene December 1958 Covered by (3 artists)
Day Dreams Come True at Night Dick Jurgens, Ralph Freed Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Eddie Howard August 19, 1939 Covered by (2 artists)
Guess Who Burton Lane, Ralph Freed Frankie and Johnnie Orchestra June 19, 1936 Covered by (4 artists)
Did an Angel Kiss You? Ralph Freed, Friedrich Hollaender Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians January 4, 1938 Covered by (5 artists)
I Thought of You Last Night Ralph Freed Jeri Southern with Orchestra directed by Sy Oliver January 4, 1952 Covered by (14 artists)
Adios Amigo Ralph Freed, Jerry Livingston Jim Reeves [US] November 21, 1961 Covered by (42 artists)
Sentimental Moments Ralph Freed, Friedrich Hollaender Joan Bennett Covered by Eric Clapton
How About You? Burton Lane, Ralph Freed Judy Garland - With Orchestra under direction of David Rose October 24, 1941 Covered by (200 artists)
You Leave Me Breathless Ralph Freed, Friedrich Hollaender Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra April 8, 1938 Covered by (52 artists)
Swing High, Swing Low Burton Lane, Ralph Freed Tempo King and His Kings of Tempo January 14, 1937 Covered by (7 artists)
Christmas Dinner Country Style Ralph Freed, Grace Saxon The Jimmy Joyce Singers with Orchestra conducted by Billy May 1958 Covered by Bing Crosby with The Ralph Carmichael Chorus and Orchestra
(It's Gonna Be a) Lonely Christmas Ralph Freed, Grace Saxon The Orioles November 1949 Covered by Marshall Crenshaw

Adapted songs