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Ain't We Got Fun? (Wedding)

Words by Raymond B. Egan & Gus Kahn, music by Richard Whiting, 1921. A Jazz Age classic, a mainstay in vaudeville, film musicals, even literature of the time. Written shortly after the end of the traumatic, watershed WWI, this song jauntily announced in both style and sentiment the new heedlessness of the Age, an understandable reaction to the horrors of the War.

For Me And My Gal (Newlyweds)

Early (1917) Tin Pan Alley standard by George W. Meyer, Edgar Leslie, and E. Ray Goetz. Later, the title song for the successful 1942 film starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly(his film debut).

I Love You Truly (Newlyweds)

Words & Music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond(1862-1946), million seller in 1901, later superseded by her 1910 multi-million seller, "A Perfect Day" (see Occasions/Friendship & Sympathy). Bond was the first woman in American songwriting to enjoy mass-market success.