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(I'd Like To Get You On A) Slow Boat To China    (1948)    Frank Loesser    Kay Kyser; Freddy Martin; Bing Crosby; many others
(Just A Little Lovin') Will Go A Long Way  (1948)    Eddy Arnold and Zeke Clements    Eddy Arnold
(Put Another Nickel In) Music! Music! Music!    (1949)    Stephan Weiss and Bernie Baum    Teresa Brewer
(We're A-Dancin') In The Old Red Barn Tonight  (1948)    Robert Louis Carleton    Redd Harper; Texas Jim Lewis

A
A - You're Adorable  (1948)    Buddy Kaye, Sidney Lippman, Fred Wise    Perry Como
A Dreamer's Holiday  (1949)    Kim Gannon    Mabel Wayne    Perry Como; others
A Gal In Calico  (1946)    Leo Robin    Arthur Schwartz    Tex Beneke and the Miller Orchestra; The Manhattan Transfer
A Mansion On The Hill  (1948)    Fred Rose and Hank Williams    Hank Williams; Charley Pride; Ernest Tubb; many others
A Wonderful Time Up There  (1947)    Lee Roy Abernathy    Pat Boone; Johnny Cash; many others
Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive (Mister In-Between)    (1944)    Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen    Bing Crosby
Across The Alley From The Alamo  (1947)    Joe Greene    The Mills Brothers
Adobe Hacienda  (1947)    Louise Massey and Leroy Goddard    Eddy Howard; Gene Autry; Hank Snow
All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth  (1944)    Donald Yetter Gardner    Spike Jones & His City Slickers; many others
Allons Danser Colinda  (1946)    traditional    Rod Bernard; Lee Benoit and the Bayou Stompers; many others
Almost Like Being In Love  (1947)    Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe    Gene Kelly; Nat King Cole; Dean Martin; Frank Sinatra; many others
Anniversary Song  (1946)    Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin    Al Jolson
April In Portugal  (1947)    Jimmy Kennedy    Raul Ferrao    Perez Prado; Louis Armstrong; Vic Damone; many others

B
Baby, It's Cold Outside  (1944)    Frank Loesser    Ricardo Montalb├ín and Esther Williams; Pearl Bailey and Hot Lips Page; others
Battle Of New Orleans  (1945)    Jimmy Driftwood    Johnny Horton (1959)
Beyond The Sea  (1946)    Jack Lawrence    Charles Trenet    Bobby Darin
Blue Christmas    (1948)    Billy Hayes and Jay Johnson    Elvis Presley (1957); and many others
Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain  (1945)    Fred Rose    Roy Acuff; Hank Williams Sr.; Willie Nelson; many others
Blue Moon Of Kentucky  (1946)    Bill Monroe    LeAnn Rimes; Elvis Presley
Blueberry Hill    (1940)    Al Lewis and Larry Stock    Vincent Rose    Fats Domino; Louis Armstrong
Bonaparte's Retreat  (1949)    Pee Wee King    Kay Starr
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy    (1941)    Don Raye and Hughie Prince    The Andrew Sisters
Bouquet Of Roses  (1948)    Steve Nelson and Bob Hilliard    Eddy Arnold
Bourbon Street Parade  (1949)    Paul Adolph Barbarin    Al Hirt; Olympia Brass Band; Chris Barber; many others
Brighten The Corner Where You Are  (1941)    Ina Duley Ogden and Charles H. Gabriel    The Brothers Four
Brush Those Tears  (1948)    Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace and Jimmy Lee    Nat King Cole
Bubbles In My Beer  (1947)    Tommy Duncan, Cindy Walker and Bob Wills    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
Busy Doing Nothing  (1949)    Johnny Burke    Jimmy Van Heusen    Bing Crosby, William Bendix and Cedric Hardwicke
Buttons And Bows  (1947)    Ray Evans    Jay Livingston    Dinah Shore

C
Cabin Home On The Hill  (1946)    Lester Flatt and Bill Monroe    Bluegrass Boys; Ricky Skaggs
Candy Kisses  (1948)    George Morgan    George Morgan; Dean Martin; Danny Kaye
Chattanooga Choo Choo    (1941)    Mack Gordon    Harry Warren    The Glenn Miller Orchestra; many others
Cherokee Maiden  (1942)    Cindy Walker    Merle Haggard
Cocaine Blues  (1947)    T.J. Arnall    Johnny Cash and many others
Cool Water  (1947)    Bob Nolan    Sons of the Pioneers
Copper Kettle  (1946)    Albert Frank Beddoe    Joan Baez; Bob Dylan
Cotton Patch Blues  (1947)    Bob Wills and Billy Joe "Tiny" Moore    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; Merle Haggard
Cross Over The Bridge  (1945)    Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss    Patti Page
Cruising Down The River  (1945)    Eily Beadell and Nell Tollerton    Blue Barron & His Orchestra
Cuanto Le Gusta  (1948)    Gabriel Ruiz (English words by Ray Gilbert, 1948)    Carmen Miranda and The Andrews Sisters

D
Daddy's Little Girl  (1949)    Bobby Burke and Horace Gerlach    Al Martino (1967)
Dear Hearts And Gentle People  (1949)    Bob Hilliard    Sammy Fain    Dinah Shore; Gordon MacRae; Bing Crosby; many others
Dear Old Donegal  (1942)    Steve Graham    Bing Crosby
Deep In The Heart Of Texas  (1941)    June Hershey    Don Swander    Perry Como; Bing Crosby; Hank Thompson; George Strait; many others
Detour (There's A Muddy Road Ahead)  (1945)    Paul Westmoreland    Jimmy Walker with Paul Westmoreland and His Pecos River Boys; Spade Cooley; Elton Britt; Patti Page
Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend    (1949)    Leo Robin    Jule Styne    Carol Channing
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans  (1946)    Eddie De Lange    Louis Alter    Billy Holiday
Doin' What Comes Natur'lly  (1946)    Irving Berlin    Ethel Merman
Don't Blame It All On Me  (1945)    Curt Barrett and Charles Wilkins    Roy Rogers; Tex Ritter; Mac Wiseman; many others
Don't Fence Me In  (1944)    Cole Porter    The Andrews Sisters; Bing Crosby (and others)
Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)  (1942)    Lew Brown, Charles Tobias and Sam H. Stept    Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
Don't Sweetheart Me  (1943)    Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias    Lawrence Welk

E
Eight More Miles To Louisville  (1941)    Louis Marshall "Grandpa" Jones    Grandpa Jones
Elmer's Tune    (1941)    Sammy Gallop    Elmer Albrecht and Dick Jurgens    Glenn Miller; Dick Jurgens; Benny Goodman with Peggy Lee; others
Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)  (1949)    Herb Magidson    Carl Sigman    Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians; many others
Everything's Up To Date In Kansas City  (1943)    Oscar Hammerstein II    Richard Rodgers    Will Parker & Chorus
Everywhere You Go  (1949)    Joe Goodwin    Mark Fisher and Larry Shay    Doris Day; Bing Crosby; Jim Reeves

F
Five Minutes More  (1946)    Sammy Cahn    Jule Styne    Frank Sinatra
Foolish Questions  (1949)    A. Baldwin Sloane and William Lee    Bill Haley; Johnny Cash
Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)  (1940)    Johnny Mercer    Rube Bloom    Tommy Dorsey with Frank Sinatra
For Me And My Gal    (1942)    Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz and George W. Meyer    Judy Garland and Gene Kelly

G
Give Me The Simple Life  (1945)    Harry Ruby    Rube Bloom    John Payne and June Haver; Bing Crosby; many others
Green Light  (1948)    Hank Thompson    Hank Thompson

H
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You  (1945)    Scott Wiseman    Eddy Arnold; Ricky Nelson
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas  (1944)    Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin    Judy Garland; Bing Crosby; Dean Martin; Ella Fitzgerald; others
Here Comes Peter Cottontail  (1949)    Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins    Mervin Shiner; Gene Autry
Here Comes Santa Claus  (1947)    Gene Autry    Oakley Haldeman, Richard Smith and Felix Bernard    Gene Autry; many others
Honey Be My Honey Bee  (1946)    Riley Shepard and Clyde    Red Foley with Roy Ross and His Ramblers
House Of Blue Lights  (1945)    Don Raye and Freddie Slack    Ella Mae Morse; Chuck Berry; Jerry Lee Lewis; many others
How About You?  (1941)    Ralph Freed    Burton Lane    Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney; Frank Sinatra; many others
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!  (1949)    Don Reid    Don Reid    Don Reid; The Andrews Sisters

I
I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent  (1947)    traditional; Martha Ellis    Almost Original New South
I Didn't Know The Gun Was Loaded  (1949)    Hank Fort and Herb Leighton    Andrews Sisters
I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine  (1949)    Mack David    Mack David; many others
I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire  (1941)    Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjamin and Eddie Durham    The Ink Spots
I Love You Because  (1949)    Leon Payne    Johnny Cash; Elvis Presley; Al Martino
I Saw The Light  (1947)    Hank Williams    Hank Williams; Roy Acuff; Bill Monroe; many others
I'll Be Home For Christmas  (1943)    Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, and Buck Ram (1943; revised 1948)    Bing Crosby
I'll Be True While You're Gone  (1941)    Gene Autry    Gene Autry
I'll Still Write Your Name In The Sand  (1949)    Oby Edgar Starcher    Buddy Starcher; Mac Wiseman
I'm Goin' Back To Whur I Come From  (1944)    Carson J. Robison    Carson Robison; Spike Jones & His City Slickers; June Carter; others
I'm Satisfied With You  (1947)    Fred Rose    Hank Williams; George Strait
I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts  (1944)    Fred Heatherton    Danny Kaye
I've Made A Covenant With My Lord  (1941)    Robert E. Arnold    Charlie Monroe; The Kingsmen; others
I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)  (1941)    Mack Gordon    Harry Warren    Carmen Miranda; Andrews Sisters; Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)  (1949)    Pete Seeger and Lee Hays    The Weavers; Peter, Paul and Mary; many others
In The Mood  (1940)    Andy Razaf    Joe Garland    Glenn Miller; Johnny Maddox; The Andrews Sisters; many others
Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall  (1944)    Allan Roberts    Doris Fisher    The Ink Spots
Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby  (1943)    Billy Austin and Louis Jordan    Louis Jordan
It's A Good Day  (1947)    Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour    Peggy Lee; Perry Como; others
It's Been A Long, Long Time  (1945)    Sammy Cahn    Jule Styne    Bing Crosby with Les Paul and Harry James
It's So Nice To Have A Man Around The House  (1949)    John Moon Elliot    Harold Spina    Dianh Shore; Eartha Kitt; many others

J
Jealous Heart  (1944)    Jenny Lou Carson    Jenny Lou Carson; Tex Ritter; Ernest Tubb; Connie Francis; many others
Jingle, Jangle, Jingle    (1942)    Frank Loesser    Joseph Lilley    Kay Kyser
Jump In The Line (Shake, Senora)  (1946)    Aldwyn Roberts (aka: Lord Kitchener)    Harry Belafonte (aka: Raymond Bell)

K
Keep On The Firing Line  (1941)    Sara Carter    The Carter Family

L
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!  (1945)    Sammy Cahn and Jules Vern    Vaughn Monroe and many others
Let's Get Away From It All  (1941)    Tom Adair    Matt Dennis    Rosemary Clooney; Frank Sinatra
Linda  (1946)    Jack Lawrence    Ray Noble's orchestra with vocal by Buddy Clark; many others
Little White Washed Chimney  (1946)    Bill Clifton    Hawkshaw Hawkins
Lord Build Me A Cabin In Gloryland  (1944)    Cpl. Curtis Stewart    Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys; Hank Williams; others
Low And Lonely  (1942)    Floyd Jenkins (aka Fred Rose)    Roy Acuff; Ricky Skaggs

M
M.T.A.  (1948)    Jacqueline Steiner and Bess Lomax Hawes    The Kingston Trio (1959)
Mañana  (1948)    Frank Loesser    Peggy Lee
Mairzy Doats    (1943)    Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston and Milton Drake    Al Trace and His Silly Symphonists; The Merry Macs; others
Marshmallow World  (1949)    Carl Sigman and Peter de Rose    Bing Crosby; Dean Martin; others
Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner  (1946)    Hubert Gregg    Billy Cotton and His Band; Davy Jones; many others
Mele Kalikimaka  (1949)    Alex Anderson    Bing Crosby; others
Mercury Blues  (1948)    K. C. Douglas and Robert Geddins    K. C. Douglas; Steve Miller Band; Alan Jackson; others
Merry Christmas Polka  (1949)    Paul Francis Webster and Sonny Burke    Andrews Sisters & Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians
Mind Your Own Business  (1949)    Hank Williams    Hank Williams
Mockingbird Hill  (1949)    Vaughn Horton    Les Paul and Mary Ford; Patti Page
Money, Marbles And Chalk  (1949)    Garner "Pop" Eckler    "Pop" Eckler; Patti Page
Move It On Over  (1947)    Hank Williams    Hank Williams

N
Near You  (1947)    Kermit Goell    Francis Craig    Francis Craig; George Jones and Tammy Wynette
New Ashmolean Marching Society And Student Conservatory Band  (1948)    Frank Loesser    Frank Loesser    Ray Bolger; many others
New Spanish Two Step  (1946)    Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
Night Train To Memphis  (1946)    Beasley Smith, Marvin Hughes, and Owen Bradley    Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys

O
Oh! Look At Me Now  (1940)    John Devries    Joe Bushkin    Frank Sinatra
Oh, What A Beautiful Morning  (1943)    Oscar Hammerstein II    Richard Rodgers    Gordon MacRae; many others
Oklahoma  (1943)    Oscar Hammerstein II    Richard Rodgers    Original Cast of Oklahoma!
Oklahoma Hills  (1945)    Woody Guthrie and Jack Guthrie    Jack Guthrie; Hank Thompson
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)  (1948)    Eddie Dean, Lorene Dean, and Hal Blair    Jimmy Wakely; Eddie Dean; Bob Eberly

P
Pennsylvania Polka  (1942)    Lester Lee and Zeke Manners    Frankie Yankovic and His Yanks
Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps (Quizás, Quizás, Quizás)  (1947)    Joe Davis (original Spanish lyrics written by Osvaldo Farrés)    Desi Arnaz; Doris Day; many others (original recording artist for Spanish version: Bobby Capó)
Pistol Packing Mama    (1942)    Al Dexter    Al Dexter and His Troopers; Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters; Hoyt Axton; others
Polka Dots And Moonbeams  (1940)    Johnny Burke    Jimmy van Heusen    Count Basie
Powder Your Face With Sunshine (Smile Smile Smile)    (1948)    Carmen Lombardo and Stanley Rochinski    Evelyn Knight; Dean Martin; Frank Sinatra; many others

R
Rag Mop  (1949)    Johnnie Lee Wills and Deacon Anderson    The Ames Brothers; many others
Red Roses  (1948)    Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett [a.k.a. Roy Brodsky]    Guy Lombardo; Wayne Newton; Elvis Presley; Frank Sinatra; others
Riders In The Sky, (Ghost)  (1949)    Stan Jones    Vaughn Monroe
Room Full Of Roses  (1949)    Tim Spencer    George Morgan; Mickey Gilley; Dean Martin; others
Rosalita  (1942)    Al Dexter    Al Dexter and His Troopers
Rosebuds And You  (1949)    Ramblin' Tommy Scott    Ramblin' Tommy Scott; Benny Martin; Willis Brothers
Route 66  (1943)    Bobby Troup    King Cole Trio; Bing Crosby w/ Andrews Sisters; many others

S
Seems Like Old Times  (1945)    Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb    Guy Lombardo
Sentimental Journey  (1944)    Bud Green, Les Brown and Ben Homer    Doris Day; Frank Sinatra; others
Shame On You  (1945)    Spade Cooley    Spade Cooley; Tex Williams
She Taught Me How To Yodel  (1949)    Paul Roberts, Esther van Sciver, and Tom Emerson    Elton Britt; Kenny Roberts (1953); Frank Ifield (1961)
Silver Dew On The Bluegrass Tonight  (1945)    Edith Berbert (aka Ed Burt)    Bob Wills
Similau  (1949)    Arden Clar and Harry Coleman    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra; Peggy Lee
Sioux City Sue  (1945)    Ray Freedman    Dick Thomas    Dick Thomas; Gene Autrey; many others
Sixteen Tons  (1947)    Merle Travis (1947)    "Tennessee" Ernie Ford (1955)
Sleigh Ride Together With You  (1948)    Mitchell Parish    Leroy Anderson    Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra; Leroy Anderson; The Andrews Sisters; many others
Smoke On The Water  (1943)    Earl Nunn and Zeke Clements    Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan
Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (That Cigarette)  (1946)    Merle Travis and Tex Williams    Tex Williams; Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen
So Long To The Red River Valley  (1941)    Tim Spencer    Sons Of The Pioneers
So Long, Its Been Good To Know Yuh  (1940)    Woody Guthrie    Woody Guthrie
So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed    (1947)    Merle Travis, Eddie Kirk and Cliffie Stone    Merle Travis; many others
Some Enchanted Evening  (1949)    Oscar Hammerstein II    Richard Rodgers    Ezio Pinza; Perry Como; Frank Sinatra; many others
Somebody Else Is Taking My Place  (1941)    Dick Howard, Bob Ellsworth, and Russ Morgan    Benny Goodman (1942)
Somebody Touched Me  (1949)    John Reedy    John Reedy and His Stone Mtn. Boys; Bill Monroe; Bob Dylan; many others
Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)  (1944)    James F. Hodges    Elton Britt; others
Stay A Little Longer  (1945)    Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan    Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys; Waylon Jennings; Merle Haggard
Streamlined Cannonball  (1940)    Roy Acuff    Roy Acuff; Doc Watson; Tennessee Ernie Ford; Hank Snow; many others
Strip Polka  (1942)    Johnny Mercer    Johnny Mercer; The Andrews Sisters; many others
Sugarfoot Rag  (1949)    "George" Vaughn Horton    Hank Garland    Hank Garland; Red Foley; Ella Fitzgerald; Jerry Reed; others
Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love  (1946)    Hank Thompson and Nancy Sydney    Hank Thompson
Swinging On A Star    (1944)    Johnny Burke    Jimmy Van Heusen    Bing Crosby with the Williams Brothers

T
Take An Old Cold Tater (And Wait)  (1949)    E.M. Bartlett, Sr.    Little Jimmy Dickens
Take Me Back To Tulsa  (1941)    Tommy Duncan and Bob Wills    Bob Wills
Tennessee Waltz  (1946)    Redd Stewart    Pee Wee King    Cowboy Copas; Patti Page; many others
Texas In My Soul  (1946)    Ernest Tubb and Zeb Turner    Tex Williams; Hank Penny; Willie Nelson; many others
That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)  (1949)    Haven Gillespie    Beasley Smith    Frankie Laine; Jerry Lee Lewis; Sam Cooke; others
That's All Right, Mama  (1946)    Arthur Crudup    Elvis Presley; The Beatles
The Blue Skirt Waltz  (1944)    R.A. Dvorsky    Frank Yankovic (1949)
The Christmas Song  (1944)    Mel Tormé and Bob Wells    The Nat King Cole Trio
The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma  (1947)    Tim Spencer    Sons Of The Pioneers
The Hukilau Song  (1948)    Jack Owens    Jack Owens
The Irish Rover  (1941)    J.M. Crofts    The Clancy Brothers; The Dubliners and The Pogues; The Tramps; many others
The Old Lamplighter    (1946)    Charles Tobias    Nat Simon    The Browns
The Old Piano Roll Blues    (1949)    Cy Coben    Eddie Cantor; Hoagy Carmichael; Frankie Carle; Liberace; J. Lawrence Cooke (on piano roll!)
The Possum Song  (1947)    "By" Dunham    Terry Shand    Phil Harris and His Orchestra; Johnny Mercer
There Goes That Song Again  (1944)    Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn    Kate Smith; Bobby Vinton; Frank Sinatra; Bing Crosby; many others
There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder  (1944)    Jimmie Davis, Lee Blastic and Ekko Whelan    Tex Ritter; Jimmie Davis
There's No Business Like Show Business  (1946)    Irving Berlin    Ethel Merman; Judy Garland; others
This Land Is Your Land  (1940)    Woody Guthrie    Woody Guthrie
Till The End Of The World  (1949)    Vaughn Horton    Bing Crosby; Ernest Tubb; Eddy Arnold; Jim Reeves
Time Changes Everything  (1940)    Tommy Duncan    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; many others
Trolley Song    (1944)    Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane    Judy Garland
Twilight Time  (1944)    Buck Ram    The Three Suns (Morty Nevins, Al Nevins, and Artie Dunn)    Three Suns; Les Brown & His Band of Renown; The Platters; many more

W
Wait For The Light To Shine  (1944)    Fred Rose    Roy Acuff; Hank Williams, Jr.; Connie Smith; others
Walkin' The Floor Over You  (1941)    Ernest Tubb    George Hamilton IV and Ernest Tubb
Washington And Lee Swing ("The Dummy Song")  (1944)    Lew Brown, Billy Rose, and Ray Henderson    Louis Armstrong
What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?  (1947)    Frank Loesser    Margaret Whiting with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra; The Orioles; Ella Fitzgerald; many others
When I See An Elephant Fly  (1941)    Oliver Wallace and Ned Washington    Cliff Edwards, Jim Carmichael and the Hall Johnson Choir
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again  (1941)    Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan    Bill Monroe; Elvis Presley; Hank Snow; and others
When Payday Rolls Around  (1940)    Bob Nolan    Sons Of The Pioneers
When You Wish Upon A Star    (1940)    Ned Washington and Leigh Harline    Cliff Edwards as "Jiminy Cricket"
White Christmas    (1942)    Irving Berlin    Elvis Presley (1957)
Who Wouldn't Love You  (1942)    Carl Fischer and Bill Carey    Faron Young; Kay Kyser and His Orchestra (Harry Babbit and Trudy Erwin on vocals)
Whose Heart Are You Breaking Now?  (1942)    Floyd D. Jenkins    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; Ray Price
Why Do They Always Say No?  (1949)    Harry Pease, Frank Davis, Ed G. Nelson and Billy Glason    Lawrence Cook and The Jim Dandies; The Genuine Jug Band; Beatrice Kay
Why Don't Someone Marry Mary Ann  (1947)    Marcia Woods and Harold Beatty    Dorothy Shay
Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me  (1949)    Lonnie Glosson and Wayne Raney    Wayne Raney; Bull Moose Jackson & His Buffalo Bearcats; many others
Will You Be Loving Another Man  (1946)    Lester Flatt and Bill Monroe    Bill Monroe
Won't You Ride In My Little Red Wagon  (1948)    Rex Griffin    Hank Penny and Roy Lanham; Willie Nelson

Y
Yes Indeed!  (1941)    Sy Oliver    Sy Oliver; Tommy Dorsey
You Always Hurt The One You Love  (1944)    Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher    The Mills Brothers
You Belong To My Heart  (1941)    Agustin Lara (1941, Spanish); Ray Gilbert (1943, English)    Dora Luz (1944); Elvis Presley (1956)
You Call Everybody Darling    (1948)    Sam Martin, Ben Trace and Clem Watts    The Andrews Sisters
You Don't Care What Happens To Me  (1945)    F. Rose    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; Wynn Stewart
You Make Me Feel So Young  (1946)    Mack Gordon    Josef Myrow    Frank Sinatra
You Two Timed Me One Time Too Often  (1945)    Jenny Lou Carson    Tex Ritter
You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love)  (1947)    Billy Faber and Fred Meadows    Larry Fotine    Ink Spots; Patsy Cline

Z
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah    (1946)    Ray Gilbert and Allie Wrubel    James Baskett; Johnny Mercer; many others

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