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Harry Warren

Harry Warren
Real name
Salvatore Antonio Guaragna
Born
December 24, 1893
Died
September 22, 1981
Country
United States
IPI
00032527406 120 works
Affiliation
010, ASCAP
Comments
Composer and lyricist. Warren was the first major American songwriter to concentrate on writing for movies.
Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971

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Songs written by Harry Warren

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
About a Quarter to Nine Harry Warren, Al Dubin Victor Young and His Orchestra March 21, 1935 Covered by (23 artists)
Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder Harry Warren, Joe Young [US1], Sam M. Lewis Bernie Cummins and His New Yorker Hotel Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Paul Small May 12, 1930 Covered by (8 artists)
A Journey to a Star Harry Warren, Leo Robin Alice Faye December 22, 1943 Covered by (2 artists)
All's Fair in Love and War Harry Warren, Al Dubin Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Bob Allen October 26, 1936 Covered by (2 artists)
An Affair to Remember (Our Love Affair) Harry Warren, Harold Adamson, Leo McCarey Vic Damone 1957 Covered by (95 artists)
At Last Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ray Eberle May 20, 1942 Covered by (336 artists)
Away Down South in Heaven Harry Warren, Bud Green Covered by (3 artists)
By the River St. Marie Harry Warren, Edgar Leslie Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Vocal Refrain by Carmen Lombardo February 10, 1931 Covered by (33 artists)
Carnival Harry Warren, Bob Russell Harry James and His Orchestra January 22, 1945 Covered by (2 artists)
'Cause My Baby Says It's So Harry Warren, Al Dubin Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra April 2, 1937 Covered by (4 artists)
Chattanooga Choo Choo Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Tex Beneke and The Four Modernaires May 7, 1941 Covered by (179 artists)
Cheerful Little Earful Harry Warren, Ira Gershwin, Billy Rose Hannah Williams Covered by (29 artists)
Cheerio, Cherry Lips, Cheerio Mort Dixon, Harry Warren Norman Wallace October 1928 Covered by Uncle Floyd
Chica Chica Boom Chic Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Carmen Miranda and Don Ameche Covered by (12 artists)
Clementine Harry Warren, Henry Creamer Kate Smith September 6, 1927 Covered by (34 artists)
Crazy Quilt Harry Warren, Bud Green Covered by (2 artists)
Crying for the Carolines Harry Warren, Joe Young [US1], Sam M. Lewis Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Vocal Refrain by Carmen Lombardo December 4, 1929 Covered by (46 artists)
Dames Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell August 16, 1934 Covered by (2 artists)
Devil May Care Harry Warren, Johnny Burke [US] Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 25, 1940 Covered by (5 artists)
Don't Give Up the Ship Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell with Victor Young and His Orchestra November 3, 1935 Covered by (20 artists)
Dormi, Dormi, Dormi Sammy Cahn, Harry Warren Jerry Lewis May 1958 Covered by (7 artists)
Forty Second Street Harry Warren, Al Dubin Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Skinny Ennis December 7, 1932 Covered by (51 artists)
Friendly Star Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Judy Garland Covered by Joni James
Have a Little Faith in Me Harry Warren, Joe Young [US1], Sam M. Lewis Art Gillham (The Whispering Pianist) November 25, 1929 Covered by (11 artists)
Here We Are Gus Kahn, Harry Warren Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians May 16, 1929 Covered by (3 artists)
Home in Pasadena Harry Warren, Grant Clarke, Edgar Leslie Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra February 19, 1924 Covered by (22 artists)
Honeymoon Hotel Harry Warren, Al Dubin Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Terry Shand August 31, 1933 Covered by (12 artists)
Honolulu Gus Kahn, Harry Warren Gracie Allen and The Pied Pipers Covered by (4 artists)
I Found a Million Dollar Baby Mort Dixon, Harry Warren, Billy Rose Waring's Pennsylvanians - Vocal Refrain by Clare Hanlon and The Three Waring Girls and Chorus May 4, 1931 Covered by (43 artists)
I Had the Craziest Dream Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Tony Martin with Orchestra under direction of Victor Young July 19, 1942 Covered by (108 artists)
I Know Now Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell July 1937 Covered by Roy Fox and His Orchestra
I Know Why (And So Do You) Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Paula Kelly and The Four Modernaires May 7, 1941 Covered by (48 artists)
I'll String Along with You Harry Warren, Al Dubin Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Muzzy Marcellino March 1934 Covered by (74 artists)
I Love My Baby Harry Warren, Bud Green Aileen Stanley October 28, 1925 Covered by (39 artists)
Innamorata Harry Warren, Jack Brooks Dean Martin January 9, 1956 Covered by (16 artists)
I Only Have Eyes for You Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell Covered by (451 artists)
I Take to You Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Alice Faye, John Payne, Jack Oakie and Mary Beth Hughes Covered by (5 artists)
It Happened in Sun Valley Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Paula Kelly, Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires August 11, 1941 Covered by (3 artists)
(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires May 20, 1942 Covered by (34 artists)
I've Got to Sing a Torch Song Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell April 14, 1933 Covered by (6 artists)
I Wish I Knew Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Dick Haymes with Orchestra under direction of Victor Young January 21, 1945 Covered by (147 artists)
I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much) Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Carmen Miranda con Bando da Lua Covered by (10 artists)
Jeepers Creepers Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren Ethel Waters with Edward Mallory and His Orchestra November 9, 1938 Covered by (190 artists)
Keep Young and Beautiful Harry Warren, Al Dubin Eddie Cantor Covered by (7 artists)
Lullaby of Broadway Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell with Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra January 13, 1935 Covered by (134 artists)
Lulu's Back in Town Harry Warren, Al Dubin Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Muzzy Marcellino & The Fio-rettes May 6, 1935 Covered by (165 artists)
My Dream Is Yours Harry Warren, Ralph Blane Doris Day - Orchestra under the direction of George Siravo December 30, 1947 Covered by (10 artists)
My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Eugenie Baird October 1, 1943 Covered by (23 artists)
My One and Only Highland Fling Harry Warren, Ira Gershwin Covered by (2 artists)
Nagasaki Mort Dixon, Harry Warren Ipana Troubadours June 29, 1928 Covered by (121 artists)
No Love, No Nothin' Harry Warren, Leo Robin Alice Faye Covered by (19 artists)
One Sweet Letter from You Harry Warren, Lew Brown, Sidney Clare Annette Hanshaw November 26, 1926 Covered by (50 artists)
On the Atcheson, Topeka and the Santa Fe Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren Bing Crosby with Six Hits and a Miss and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 17, 1944 Covered by (47 artists)
Oops! Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren Fred Astaire Covered by (3 artists)
Pettin' in the Park Harry Warren, Al Dubin Ruby Keeler & Clarence Nordstrom April 14, 1933 Covered by (3 artists)
Put That Down in Writing Harry Warren, Al Dubin Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Sully Mason July 31, 1939 Covered by (2 artists)
Remember Me? Harry Warren, Al Dubin Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1937 Covered by (19 artists)
Remember My Forgotten Man Harry Warren, Al Dubin Joan Blondell & Etta Moten Covered by (4 artists)
Rose of the Rio Grande Harry Warren, Edgar Leslie, Ross Gorman The Virginians under the direction of Ross Gorman October 16, 1922 Covered by (28 artists)
Satan (Theme) Harry Warren, Harold Adamson, Leo McCarey Paul Wibier 1969 Covered by Danzig
Say It with a Kiss Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Billie Holiday November 9, 1938 Covered by (13 artists)
September in the Rain Harry Warren, Al Dubin Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bob Goday February 1, 1937 Covered by (251 artists)
Serenade in Blue Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires May 20, 1942 Covered by (120 artists)
Shadow Waltz Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell May 25, 1933 Covered by (32 artists)
Shanghai Lil Harry Warren, Al Dubin Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians August 23, 1933 Covered by (25 artists)
She's a Latin from Manhattan Harry Warren, Al Dubin Al Jolson Covered by (3 artists)
Shuffle Off to Buffalo Harry Warren, Al Dubin Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Skinny Ennis December 9, 1932 Covered by (24 artists)
Someone Like You Harry Warren, Ralph Blane Doris Day - Orchestra under the direction of George Siravo December 1947 Covered by (12 artists)
Summer Night Harry Warren, Al Dubin Music in the Russ Morgan Manner November 11, 1936 Covered by (80 artists)
Sweet and Slow Harry Warren, Al Dubin Will Osborne and His Orchestra May 8, 1935 Covered by (55 artists)
Sweet Music Harry Warren, Al Dubin Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees 1935 Covered by (2 artists)
That's Amore Harry Warren, Jack Brooks Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis August 13, 1953 Covered by (71 artists)
The Boulevard of Broken Dreams Harry Warren, Al Dubin Constance Bennett Covered by (81 artists)
The Latin Quarter Harry Warren, Al Dubin Rudy Vallee, Rosemary Lane, Allen Jenkins, Mabel Todd Covered by (3 artists)
The More I See You Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Buddy Di Vito January 3, 1945 Covered by (323 artists)
The Only, Only One for Me Harry Warren, Bud Green, Jimmy Monaco Covered by (5 artists)
There Will Never Be Another You Harry Warren, Mack Gordon John Payne & Joan Merrill Covered by (449 artists)
The Rose in Her Hair Harry Warren, Al Dubin Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Lew Sherwood April 29, 1935 Covered by (8 artists)
The Rose Tattoo Harry Warren, Jack Brooks Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra October 1955 Covered by (14 artists)
(The Same Thing Happens with) The Birds and the Bees Harry Warren, Mack David George Gobel and Mitzi Gaynor 1956 Covered by (7 artists)
The Words Are in My Heart Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kay Weber January 26, 1935 Covered by (4 artists)
This Heart of Mine Harry Warren, Arthur Freed Teddy Wilson Quintet January 15, 1945 Covered by (56 artists)
This Is Always Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra May 20, 1946 Covered by (102 artists)
Too Many Tears Harry Warren, Al Dubin Dick Powell Covered by (5 artists)
Wait and See Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren Kenny Baker [US1] May 15, 1945 Covered by Joni James
We're in the Money Harry Warren, Al Dubin Art Kahn & His Orchestra May 4, 1933 Covered by (31 artists)
Where Am I? (Am I in Heaven?) Harry Warren, Al Dubin James Melton Covered by (7 artists)
Where Do You Work-a, John? (Push-a Push-a Push) Harry Warren, Mortimer Weinberg, Charley Marks Covered by (4 artists)
Where the Shy Little Violets Grow Gus Kahn, Harry Warren Covered by (5 artists)
Where You Are Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Alice Faye & John Payne with The Ink Spots 1941 Covered by (2 artists)
With Plenty of Money and You (Oh Baby What I Couldn't Do) Harry Warren, Al Dubin Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Skinny Ennis October 26, 1936 Covered by (24 artists)
Wob-A-Ly Walk Harry Warren, Bud Green Irving Aaronson & His Commanders Covered by (6 artists)
Wonder Bar Harry Warren, Al Dubin Covered by Georg Malmstén
Would You Like to Take a Walk? Mort Dixon, Harry Warren, Billy Rose Hannah Williams, Kerry Kendall and Ladies Covered by (24 artists)
Ya Gotta Know How to Love Harry Warren, Bud Green Gene Austin April 29, 1926 Covered by (2 artists)
You Can Be Kissed Harry Warren, Al Dubin Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Muzzy Marcellino & The Fio-rettes 1935 Covered by Will Osborne and His Orchestra
You Let Me Down Harry Warren, Al Dubin Jimmie Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberle October 10, 1935 Covered by (18 artists)
You'll Never Know Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Alice Faye Covered by (195 artists)
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren Dick Powell October 14, 1938 Covered by (89 artists)
Young and Healthy Harry Warren, Al Dubin Waring's Pennsylvanians - Vocal Refrain by Tom Waring November 4, 1932 Covered by (9 artists)
You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me Harry Warren, Al Dubin Waring's Pennsylvanians - Vocal Refrain by Tom Waring November 2, 1932 Covered by (96 artists)
You're My Everything Mort Dixon, Harry Warren, Joe Young [US1] Jeanne Aubert & Lawrence Gray Covered by (164 artists)
You Say the Sweetest Things, Baby Harry Warren, Mack Gordon Alice Faye, Jack Oakie & John Payne Covered by (7 artists)
Zing a Little Zong Harry Warren, Leo Robin Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman 1952 Covered by (11 artists)

Adapted songs