You're My Everything Soundtrack (1949) OST


Listen You're My Everything (1949) Soundtrack

You're My Everything was released in the year 1949, some songs of the official soundtrack are I Can't Begin to Tell You by Mack Gordon, Ain't She Sweet by Milton Ager, Ain't We Got Fun by Richard A. Whiting, California, Here I Come by Buddy G. DeSylva. Listen the soundtrack online!

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I can't begin to tell you

Mack Gordon: writer, performer
James V. Monaco: composer
  

Ain't she sweet

Milton Ager: composer
Jack Yellen: writer
  

Ain't we got fun

Richard A. Whiting: composer
  

California, here i come

Al Jolson: writer
Joseph Meyer: composer
  

Charleston

James P. Johnson: composer
  

Chattanooga choo choo

Warren Berry: performer
Nyas Berry: performer
Dan Dailey: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
  

Chicago (that toddlin' town)

Fred Fisher: writer
  

Hurry music (for struggles)

J.S. Zamecnik: composer
  

I may be wrong (but i think you're wonderful)

Dan Dailey: performer
Henry Sullivan: composer
Harry Ruskin: writer
  

I want to be teacher's pet

Dan Dailey: performer
Mack Gordon: writer
Josef Myrow: composer
  

Jingle bells

James Pierpont: composer
  

Lollipop prelude and interlude

Shari Robinson: performer
Dan Dailey: performer
Mack Gordon: writer
  

On the good ship lollipop

Shari Robinson: performer
Dan Dailey: performer
Richard A. Whiting: composer
Sidney Clare: writer
  

The varsity drag

Dan Dailey: performer
Lew Brown: writer
Ray Henderson: composer
  

The white magnolia tree

Ken Darby: writer
Alfred Newman: composer
  

Wintermärchen

Alphons Czibulka: composer
  

Would you like to take a walk?

Shari Robinson: performer
Dan Dailey: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Billy Rose: writer
Mort Dixon: writer
  

You oughta be in pictures

Anne Baxter: performer
Edward Heyman: writer
Dana Suesse: composer
  

You're my everything

Dan Dailey: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Joe Young: writer
Mort Dixon: writer

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