Allie Wrubel

Real name
Elias Paul Wrubel
January 15, 1905
December 13, 1973
United States
00033258008 22 works
Composer and songwriter. He played saxophone and clarinet for a variety of famous swing bands. In 1934 he moved to Hollywood to work for Warner Bros. as a contract songwriter. He contributed material to a large number of movies including those of the famous Busby Berkeley before moving to Disney in 1947. Wrubel collaborated with lyricist Ray Gilbert on the song "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" from the film Song of the South which won the Oscar for Best Song in 1947.
Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970


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Songs written by Allie Wrubel

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
As You Desire Me Allie Wrubel Donald Novis July 14, 1932 Covered by (19 artists)
Farewell to Arms Allie Wrubel, Abner Silver Covered by (9 artists)
Gone with the Wind Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Horace Heidt and His Brigadiers - Vocal Chorus Larry Cotton June 16, 1937 Covered by (338 artists)
Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love Allie Wrubel Bing Crosby with Les Paul and His Trio May 15, 1946 Covered by (5 artists)
How Long Has This Been Going On? Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Larry Clinton & His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Mary Dugan September 21, 1939 Covered by (5 artists)
I Can't Love You Any More (Any More Than I Do) Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Mitchell Ayres and His Fashions In Music - Vocal Refrain by Tommy Taylor March 20, 1940 Covered by (11 artists)
I'll Buy That Dream Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes May 1, 1945 Covered by (15 artists)
I Met Her on Monday Allie Wrubel, Charles Newman [US1] Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Eddie Stone and Chorus May 28, 1942 Covered by (4 artists)
I'm Stepping Out with a Memory Tonight Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Will Osborne and His Slide Music - Vocal by Barbara Bush January 1940 Covered by (11 artists)
Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert The Andrews Sisters November 19, 1945 Covered by (4 artists)
Music Maestro, Please Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Gene Austin May 10, 1938 Covered by (61 artists)
Pop! Goes Your Heart Mort Dixon, Allie Wrubel Dick Powell Covered by (5 artists)
The First Time I Saw You Allie Wrubel, Nathaniel Shilkret Emery Deutsch and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Frank Parrish April 21, 1937 Covered by (7 artists)
The Lady from 29 Palms Allie Wrubel Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1947 Covered by (5 artists)
The Lady in Red Mort Dixon, Allie Wrubel Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Don Reid and Chorus April 1, 1935 Covered by (40 artists)
The Masquerade Is Over Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson Larry Clinton and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bea Wain January 20, 1939 Covered by (196 artists)
There Goes That Song Again Allie Wrubel Covered by (6 artists)
The You and Me That Used to Be Allie Wrubel, Walter Bullock Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Harry Babbitt April 12, 1937 Covered by (7 artists)
Why Don't We Do This More Often? Allie Wrubel, Charles Newman [US1] Freddy Martin and His Orchestra July 1941 Covered by (15 artists)
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert James Baskett September 1946 Covered by (133 artists)