McHugh wrote for all areas of popular music, including melodies for The Cotton Club, Broadway and Hollywood musicals. His musical collaborators read like a who's who of songsters; besides his early partner Dorothy Fields, McHugh also collaborated with Johnny Mercer, Frank Loesser, Jerome Kern, Ted Koehler, Gus Kahn and Harold Adamson.
This songbook brings together 15 timeless classics arranged for voice and piano with guitar chord boxes.
Titles: Comin' In on a Wing and a Prayer * Diga Diga Doo * Exactly Like You * The First Lady Waltz * I Can't Believe That You Are In Love With Me * I Can't Give You Anything but Love * I Feel a Song Comin' On * I'm in the Mood for Love * It's a Most Unusual Day * 'Murder' He Says * The Music Stopped * On the Sunny Side of the Street * South American Way * Too Young to Go Steady * Where Are You?
|Comin' In on a Wing and a Prayer|
|Diga Diga Doo|
|Exactly Like You|
|The First Lady Waltz|
|I Can't Believe That You Are in Love with Me|
|I Can't Give You Anything but Love|
|I Feel a Song Comin' On|
|I'm in the Mood for Love|
|It's a Most Unusual Day|
|'Murder' He Says|
|The Music Stopped|
|On the Sunny Side of the Street|
|South American Way|
|Too Young to Go Steady|
|Where Are You?|