Sheet Music Featuring Johnny Mercer
Wingy Manon and Mercer's "Hello, Out There, Hello!" was written for the 1952 film Everything I Have Is Yours.
Bob Hilliard and Walter Bishop's "Surprise Party" was recorded by Johnny Mercer in 1944.
"A Little Too Fer," with music and lyrics by Charles Hayes, was recorded by Johnny Mercer for Capitol in 1946.
"Save the Bones for Henry Jones" was recorded by Johnny Mercer and the King Cole Trio for Capitol Records in 1947.
"My Sugar Is So Refined," with music by Sidney Lippman and lyrics by Sylvia Dee, was first introduced in 1946 by Mercer and The Pied Pipers accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra.
"I Wanna Be in Love Again" was written by Johnny Mercer in 1964 for the film The Americanization of Emily. Mercer later used the song again in the unproduced show Mike (1967).
"A Huggin' and Chaulkin'" was written by Clancy Hayes and Kermit Goell. Johnny Mercer recorded the song in 1946.
"The Glow-Worm," or "Das Glühwürmchen" in German, is a song from Paul Lincke's 1902 operetta Lysistrata. The original German lyrics were written by Heinz Bolten-Backers and the English lyrics were written by Lilla Cayley Robinson and Johnny Mercer.