Bing Crosby | compositions

Compositions

Crosby wrote or co-wrote lyrics to 22 songs. His composition " At Your Command" was no. 1 for three weeks on the U.S. pop singles chart beginning on August 8, 1931. " I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You" was his most successful composition, recorded by Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Thelonious Monk, Billie Holiday, and Mildred Bailey, among others. Songs co-written by Crosby include:

  1. "That's Grandma" (1927), with Harry Barris and James Cavanaugh
  2. "From Monday On" (1928), with Harry Barris and recorded with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke on cornet, no. 14 on US pop singles charts
  3. "What Price Lyrics?" (1928), with Harry Barris and Matty Malneck
  4. "Ev'rything's Agreed Upon" (1930), with Harry Barris [99]
  5. " At Your Command" (1931), with Harry Barris and Harry Tobias, US, no. 1 (3 weeks)
  6. "Believe Me" (1931), with James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon [99]
  7. " Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)" (1931), with Roy Turk and Fred Ahlert, US, no. 4; US, 1940 re-recording, no. 27
  8. "You Taught Me How to Love" (1931), with H. C. LeBlang and Don Herman [99]
  9. " I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You" (1932), with Victor Young and Ned Washington, US, no. 5
  10. "My Woman" (1932), with Irving Wallman and Max Wartell
  11. "Cutesie Pie" (1932), with Red Standex and Chummy MacGregor [99]
  12. "I Was So Alone, Suddenly You Were There (1932), with Leigh Harline, Jack Stern and George Hamilton [99]
  13. "Love Me Tonight" (1932), with Victor Young and Ned Washington, US, no. 4
  14. " Waltzing in a Dream" (1932), with Victor Young and Ned Washington, US, no.6
  15. "You're Just a Beautiful Melody of Love" (1932), lyrics by Bing Crosby, music by Babe Goldberg
  16. "Where Are You, Girl of My Dreams?" [100] (1932), written by Bing Crosby, Irving Bibo, and Paul McVey, featured in the 1932 Universal film The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood
  17. "I Would If I Could But I Can't" (1933), with Mitchell Parish and Alan Grey
  18. "Where the Turf Meets the Surf" (1941) with Johnny Burke and James V. Monaco.
  19. "Tenderfoot" (1953) with Bob Bowen and Perry Botkin, originally issued using the pseudonym of "Bill Brill" for Bing Crosby.
  20. "Domenica" (1961) with Pietro Garinei / Gorni Kramer / Sandro Giovannini
  21. " That's What Life is All About" (1975), with Ken Barnes, Peter Dacre, and Les Reed, US, AC chart, no. 35; UK, no. 41
  22. "Sail Away from Norway" (1977) – Crosby wrote lyrics to go with a traditional song.
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