The Man I Love (1946) Poster


Soundtrack Credits 

The Man I Love
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics Ira Gershwin
Performed by Ida Lupino (dubbed by Peg La Centra)
[Instrumental version played during the opening credits, sung by Petey at the 39 Club, played by San on the piano, and instrumental excerpts played throughout the movie]
Music by George Gershwin
[Played by San on the piano when Petey calls the Bamboo Club]
Why Was I Born?
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Ida Lupino (voice dubbed by Peg La Centra)
[Petey sings the song at at Nicky Toresca's]
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein II
[Credited but not in final print]
Dancing on the Ceiling
Music by Richard Rodgers
[Played briefly by the band at Nicky Toresca's after Petey's first song there]
Body and Soul
Music by Johnny Green
[Played by San on the piano when Petey arrives home]
If I Could Be with You
Music by James P. Johnson (as Jimmy Johnson)
Lyrics by Henry Creamer
Performed by Tony Romano
[Song performed at the Bamboo Club]
Silent Night, Holy Night
Music by Franz Xaver Gruber
Lyrics by Joseph Mohr
[Played on the radio on Christmas Eve]
Gotta Be This or That
Music by Sunny Skylar
[Played at the club when Petey arrives after bailing San out of jail]
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Music by Sam H. Stept
[Played when Jack stops by the table at the Bamboo Club]
How Many Hearts Have You Broken (With Those Great Big Beautiful Eyes)
Music by Al Kaufman
[Played at the club when Petey talks to Joey and Nicky is with Gloria]
But I Did
Music by Joseph Meyer
[Played when Petey and Nicky are dancing at the New Year's party]
Can't We Be Friends
Music by Kay Swift
[Played when Joey finds Gloria in the room and Petey sees San at the bar]

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