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Music and Related Materials (continued)
Leave It to Me (1938) (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 [Leave It to Me lyrics]
Lyric sheets and song listings typed, many with annotations by Porter; most versions are dated, some are on The Ritz Carlton, Boston and Waldorf-Astoria, New York stationary ; [77] leaves
Song titles:
  • As long as it's not about love
  • Comrade Alonzo
  • Don't let it get you down
  • Far away
  • From now on
  • Get out of town
  • How do you spell ambassador?
  • I want to go home
  • Information please
  • Just another page in your diary
  • Most gentlemen don't like love
  • My heart belongs to Daddy
  • Recall Goodhue
  • Taking the steps to Russia
  • Thank you
  • There's a fan
  • To the U.S.A. from the U.S.S.R.
  • Tomorrow
  • Vite, vite, vite
  • We drink to you J.H. Brody
  • When all's said and done
  • When the hen stops laying
  • Why can't I forget you?
  • Wild wedding bells
BOX-FOLDER 6/12 Leave It to Me playbill
Playbill from Imperial theatre, November 1938 ; 48 p.
BOX-FOLDER 6/13 [Photograph]
Production photo of Mary Martin and chorus boys [including Gene Kelly)
Note on back: "Cole dear:/In memory of our first collaboration/ [signature]/Nov. 16--59"
Du Barry was a lady (1939)
Well, did you evah?
See High Society (1956, film)
BOX 7 Broadway Melody of 1940
Score written in 1939
BOX-FOLDER 7/1 Between you and me
Ms. (Albert Sirmay) piano-vocal score in pencil ; 6 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/2 I concentrate on you
Ms. (Albert Sirmay) piano-vocal score in pencil ; 7 p.
BOX 7 Panama Hattie (1940)
BOX-FOLDER 7/3 All I've got to get now is my man
Copyist's m s. piano-vocal scores in ink (3), pencil annotations, at least some in Porter's hand ; 8 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 7/3 All I've got to get now is my man
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 7 p. each
Americans all drink coffee
See [Panama Hattie lyrics]
BOX-FOLDER 7/4 Fresh as a daisy
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink, pencil annotations by Porter ; 4 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/4 Fresh as a daisy
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 5 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 7/5 God bless the woman
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink, pencil annotations ; 6 p.
Here's to Panama Hattie
See [Panama Hattie lyrics]
BOX-FOLDER 7/6 I'm throwing a ball tonight
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 2 p. + 6 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/6 I'm throwing a ball finish to Miss Merman's last refrain
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; [2] p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/7 It's a long long climb
Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric ; [3] p.
Note: this is a previously unknown composition of Porter's
BOX-FOLDER 7/8 I've still got my health
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 2 p. + 4 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/8 1st ride-off-of- still got my health
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; [1] p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/8 Still got my health ride off for Merman
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; [2] p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/8 I've still got my health
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 5 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 7/9 Join it right away
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 2 p. + 10 p.
Note: this version of the lyric for the verse previously unknown
BOX-FOLDER 7/10 [Let's be buddies] Buddies
Holograph piano score in pencil, incomplete ; [1] p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/10 [Let's be buddies] (What say,) let's be buddies
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink, pencil annotations by Porter ; 11 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/10 Let's be buddies
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 5 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 7/11 Make it another old-fashioned please
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 7 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/11 Make it another old-fashioned please
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 7 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 7/12 My mother would love you
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; [2] p. + 4 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/12 My mother would love you
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 5 p. each
One hundred years from today/now
See [Panama Hattie lyrics] & You said it
BOX-FOLDER 7/13 [A stroll on the plaza Sant' Ana] Opening act I. scene I
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 9 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/14 There could only be you
Holograph sketch in pencil ; [2] p.
Note: previously unknown
BOX-FOLDER 7/15 They ain't done right by our Nell
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 11 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/16 Visit Panama
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink, pencil annotations ; 8 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/16 Patter to visit Panama
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 7 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/16 Visit Panama
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 7 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 7/17 We detest a fiesta : opening act II scene [I]
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 11 p.
Welcome to Jerry
See [Panama Hattie lyrics]
BOX-FOLDER 7/18 Who would have dreamed
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink ; 6 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/18 Who would have dreamed
Printed piano-vocal scores (2) ; 5 p.
BOX-FOLDER 7/19 You said it
Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink, pencil annotations ; 7 p.
Note: developed out of a song Porter was working on "One hundred years from today/now"; see lyric sheets
BOX-FOLDER 7/20 [Panama Hattie lyrics]
Lyric sheets, 1 holograph, the rest typed, many with annotations by Porter, most versions are dated and some are on The Ritz Carlton, Boston and Waldorf-Astoria, New York stationary ; [120] leaves
Song titles:
  • All I've got to get now is my man
  • Americans all drink coffee
  • Fresh as a daisy
  • God bless the woman
  • Here's to Panama Hattie
  • I'm throwing a ball tonight
  • I've still got my health tonight
  • Join it right away
  • Let's be buddies
  • Make it another old-fashioned please
  • My mother would love you
  • One hundred years from today/now
  • A stroll on the plaza Sant' Ana
  • They ain't done right by our Nell
  • Visit Panama
  • We detest a fiesta
  • Welcome to Jerry
  • Who would have dreamed
  • You said it
BOX 8 Around the World in Eighty Days (1946)
BOX-FOLDER 8/1 Act II opening California scene
Ms. (Albert Sirmay) piano-vocal score in pencil ; 18 p.
Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2) for "If you smile (look) at me/vocal following Jota" ; [1] p.
BOX-FOLDER 8/2 If you smile (look) at me
Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil ; [5] p.
Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2) ; [1] p.
Note: verse in Albert Sirmay's hand
BOX-FOLDER 8/3 Storm at sea
Ms. (Albert Sirmay) condensed score in pencil ; 8 p.
BOX-FOLDER 8/4 Wherever they fly the flag of old England
Ms. (Albert Sirmay) piano-vocal score in pencil ; [6] p.
Note: "The halls of Montezuma" is sung as a counter-melody to the refrain
BOX-FOLDER 8/5 You can do no wrong
Ms. (Albert Sirmay) piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric ; 4 p.
Note: song unused in Around the World; later used in The Pirate
BOX 8/11 Kiss Me Kate (1948)
BOX-FOLDER 8/6 [Always true to you in my fashion] Introduction & verse
Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil ; [2] p.
BOX-FOLDER 8/6 True to you in my fashion ; But I'm always true to you
Ozalids (2) of copyist's ms. piano-vocal scores ; 2 p. + 6 p. each
BOX-FOLDER 8/6 Always true to you in my fashion ; (But I'm) always true you in my fashion
Ozalid of copyist's ms. piano-vocal score ; 2 p. + 6 p.
BOX-FOLDER 8/6 True to you in my fashion ; But I'm always true to you : ro[a]d co[mpany] version
Ozalid of copyist's ms. piano-vocal scores, pencil annotations in Porter's hand ; 2 p. + 6 p.
Note: includes lyrics not in CLCP
BOX-FOLDER 8/7 Another op'nin', another show : (revised final ending)
Ozalids (2) of copyist's ms. piano-vocal scores ; 6 p. + [1] p. each
BOX-FOLDER 8/7 Another op'ning, another show
Ozalids (2) of copyist's ms. piano-vocal scores ; 6 p. each
Note on t.p. in Porter's hand: "change final ending"
BOX-FOLDER 8/7 Another op'ning, another show [revised final ending]
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