Author:Jerome Kern

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Jerome Kern
(1885–1945)
American composer for film and theatre and two-time winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Known for songs like "A Fine Romance", "All the Things You Are" and "The Way You Look Tonight". Sometimes credited as Jerome D. Kern.

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Songs[edit]

Year Title Notes
1905 Raining From The Catch of the Season; lyrics by Frank Clifford Harris
1906 Don't You Want a Paper, Dearie? From The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer; lyrics by Paul West
1906 Take a Step with Me From The Laughing Husband; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1907 The Subway Express From Fascinating Flora; lyrics by James O'Dea
1908 Dining Out From Fluffy Ruffles; lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.
1908 Meet Her with a Taximeter From Fluffy Ruffles; lyrics by C. H. Bovill
1908 Sweetest Girl, Silly Boy, I Love You From Fluffy Ruffles; lyrics by Wallace Irwin
1908 There's Something Rather Odd About Augustus From Fluffy Ruffles; lyrics by C. H. Bovill
1912 Bohemia From The Girl from Montmartre; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
1912 Come On over Here From The Doll Girl; music by Walter Kollo, lyrics by Kern and Harry B. Smith
1912 Don't Turn My Picture to the Wall From The Girl from Montmartre; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
1912 Hoop-la-la, Papa! From The Girl from Montmartre; lyrics by M. E. Rourke
1912 I'll Be Waiting 'Neath Your Window From The Girl from Montmartre; lyrics by James Duffy
1912 I've Taken Such a Fancy to You From The Girl from Montmartre;lyrics by Clifford Harris
1912 Let Us Build a Little Nest From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1912 Mind the Paint From Mind the Paint Girl; lyrics by Arthur Pinero
1912 Ooo, Ooo, Lena! From The Girl from Montmartre; music and lyrics by Kern and John L. Golden
1913 If We Were on Our Honeymoon From The Doll Girl; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1913 Look in His Eyes From Have a Heart; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds
1913 A Little Thing like a Kiss From The Doll Girl; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1913 When Three Is Company From The Doll Girl; lyrics by M. E. Rourke
1913 Will It All End in Smoke? From The Doll Girl; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1914 Bought and Paid For Lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1914 The Land of "Let's Pretend" From The Girl from Utah; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1914 Love Is like a Violin From The Laughing Husband; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1914 Same Sort of Girl From The Girl from Utah; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1914 They Didn't Believe Me From The Girl from Utah; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds
1914 You Never Can Tell From The Girl from Utah; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1914 You're Here and I'm Here From The Laughing Husband; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1915 Alice in Wonderland From The Girl from Utah; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
1915 Babes in the Wood From Very Good Eddie; lyrics by Schuyler Greene
1915 The Magic Melody From Nobody Home; lyrics by Schuyler Greene
1915 Some Sort of Somebody From Miss Information; lyrics by Elsie Janis
1915 We'll Take Care of You All From Fads and Fancies
1916 And I Am All Alone From Have a Heart; lyrics by Kern and P. G. Wodehouse
1916 Have a Heart From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1916 Honeymoon Inn From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1916 I'm So Busy From Have a Heart; lyrics by Schuyler Greene and P. G. Wodehouse
1916 It Wasn't My Fault From Love o' Mike; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds
1916 Napoleon From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1916 On the Shore at Le Lei Wi From Very Good Eddie; music by Kern and Henry Kailimai, lyrics by Herbert Reynolds
1916 Polly Believed in Preparedness From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1916 The Road That Lies Before From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1916 They All Look Alike From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1916 You Said Something From Have a Heart; lyrics by Kern and P. G. Wodehouse
1917 The Crickets Are Calling From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Daisy From Have a Heart; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 I'm Going to Find a Girl From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 It's a Great Big Land From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Just You Watch My Step From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Leave It to Jane From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Nesting Time in Flatbush From Oh, Boy!; lyrics by Kern and P. G. Wodehouse
1917 An Old-Fashioned Wife From Oh, Boy!; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Poor Prune From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Sir Galahad From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 The Siren's Song From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 The Sun Shines Brighter From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 There It Is Again From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Till the Clouds Roll By From Oh, Boy!; lyrics by Kern, P. G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton
1917 What I'm Longing to Say From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1917 Why? From Leave It to Jane; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1918 All the World Is Swaying From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 The Big Show From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 Funny Little Something From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 Head over Heels From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 I Was Lonely From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 Mitzi's Lullaby From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 Moments of the Dance From Head over Heels; lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf
1918 Not Yet From Oh, Lady! Lady!; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
1920 Left All Alone Again Blues From The Night Boat; lyrics by Anne Caldwell
1920 Look for the Silver Lining From Sally; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva
1920 Whose Baby Are You? From The Night Boat; lyrics by Anne Caldwell
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1945, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.