Como Swings / For the Young at Heart
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St. Louis Blues
Words and Music by W. C. Handy
I've Got You Under My Skin
~ from the 1936 Hollywood musical "Born to Dance"
Words and Music by Cole Porter
Route 66
Words and Music by Bobby Troup
Dear Hearts & Gentle People
Music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Bob Hilliard , 1950
Mood Indigo
Music by Duke Ellington and Barney Bigard 
with lyrics by Mitchell Parish , 1931
Donkey Serenade
Music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart, 
with lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forest , 1937
To Know You ( Is To Love You ) ( with Ray Charles )
Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Allan Roberts , 1952
You Came A Long Way From St. Louis
Music by John Benson Brooks and lyrics by Bob Russell , 1948
Honey, Honey ( Bless Your Heart )
Music by Larry Stock and lyrics by Dominick Belline
Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella ( On a Rainy Day )
Music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Irving Kahal 
and Francis Wheeler , 1928
Words and Music by Jack Lawrence, 1947
Begin the Beguine
~ from the 1935 Stage musical "Jubilee"
Words and Music by Cole Porter
When You and I Were Young, Maggie
Words and Music by Geo. W. Johnson 
and J. A. Butterfield , 1910
Young at Heart
~ featured in the 1955 film "Young at Heart"
Music by Johnny Richards and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, 1954
I Was Young and Foolish
~ by the composer of many hit Como singles including "Papa Loves Mambo"
Words and Music by Dick Manning
Too Young
~ by the composers of Perry's 1947 hit single "Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero )"
Music by Sydney Lippman and lyrics by Sylvia Dee, 1951
You Make Me Feel So Young
Music by Joseph Myrow 
and lyrics by Mack Gordon, 1946
Like Young
Music by André Previn 
and lyrics by Paul Francis Webster 1959
Hello, Young Lovers
~ from the 1951 Stage musical "The King and I"
Music by Richard Rodgers 
and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II , 1951
Especially for The Young
~ released as a single on the flip side of "You're Following Me" in 1961
Music by Ben Weisman 
and lyrics by Manny Curtis
Too Young to Go Steady
~ by the composers of Perry's 1945 hit single "Dig You Later ( A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba )"
Music by Jimmy McHugh 
and lyrics by Harold Adamson , 1955
While We're Young
~ first recorded by Perry in 1952 for the album "TV Favorites"
Music by Alec Wilder and Morty Palitz 
with lyrics by Bill Engvick , 1943
Young Love
Words and Music by Ric Cartey 
and Carole Joyner , 1957
When Hearts are Young
~ featured in the Stage musical "The Lady in Ermine"
Music by Sigmund Romberg and Al Goodman 
with lyrics by Cyrus Wood , 1922
For the Young at Heart ~ original album circa 1961
Perry Como ~ For The Young at Heart
Produced by Hugo & Luigi.
with Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra and Chorus
Arrangements: O.B. Masingill
Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City.
Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson
Recorded October 25th, 26th & November 2nd, 15th, 1960
Como Swings original album 1959
Perry Como ~ Como Swings
Produced by Charles Grean and Lee Schapiro
with Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra & Ray Charles
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio A, 24th Street, New York City
Probable Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson.
Recorded April 9th, 16th, 23rd & May 21st, 1959
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