"Among My Souvenirs" is a 1927 song with words by Edgar Leslie and music by Lawrence Wright.
"Among My Souvenirs" was first a number one hit for Paul Whiteman in 1928. Whiteman's recording was recorded November 22, 1927 and released by Victor Records as catalog number 35877A.
Other charting versions
- In 1959, Connie Francis recorded the song peaking at number seven on the Hot 100. The Connie Francis version also peaked at number ten on the R&B charts. In the United Kingdom, the song reached #11. Her version was arranged by Ray Ellis.
- In 1976, Marty Robbins had his 16th and last number one on the country charts with his version of the song.
Over the years, the song has been covered by many artists including:
- Louis Armstrong (Decca catalog number 4327A, recorded April 17, 1942, with the flip side "Coquette")
- Bing Crosby and Russ Morgan's Orchestra (Decca catalog number 23745A, recorded August 22, 1946, with the flip side "Does Your Heart Beat for Me?")
- Judy Garland (recorded for Capitol Records in February or March, 1957)
- Eddy Howard (Columbia catalog number 35949, recorded June 28, 1940, with the flip side "Tonight You Belong to Me")
- James Melton (Columbia catalog number 1238D, recorded December 14, 1927, with the flip side "Dear, on a Night like This")
- Marie Osmond
- Frank Sinatra (Columbia catalog number 37161, recorded July 1946, with the flip side "September Song")
- Paul Weston and his Orchestra (Columbia catalog number 39509, with the flip side "Moon Song")
- Joni James on MGM album, Among My Souvenirs, with the orchestration by David Terry, 1957
- Hoagy Carmichael plays it on the piano in the 1946 film The Best Years of Our Lives