E. Ray GoetzPerry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!

For Me and My Gal

Music, 1917

Popular songs: "Over There" by George M. Cohan, who writes it for the American Expeditionary Force embarking for the war in Europe; "You’re in the Army Now" by Isham Jones, lyrics by Tell Taylor and Ole Olssen; "Hail, Hail the Gang’s All Here" by Theodore Morse who has adapted a melody by the late Arthur S. Sullivan from Act II of the 1879 Gilbert & Sullivan opera The Pirates of Penzance, lyrics by D. A. Esrom (Morse); "Back Home in Indiana" by James F. Hanley, lyrics by Ballard MacDonald; "Smiles" by Lee S. Roberts, lyrics by J. Will Callahan; "For Me and My Gal" by George W. Meyer, 33, lyrics by Edgar Leslie, 32, and E. Ray Goetz, 31; "They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me" by Fred Fisher, lyrics by Joe McCarthy; "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh" by Abe Olman, 29, lyrics by Edward Rose, 42; "The Bells of St. Mary’s" by Australian-born London composer A. Emmet Adams, 27, lyrics by actor-playwright Douglas Furber, 31.

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A Perry Como Discography 
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