"Everything Happens to Me" (1940) is a pop standard written by Tom Adair and Matt Dennis. It was first recorded by the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra. Unusually, the song focused on Sinatra's vocal, with no trombone solo by Dorsey. Years later, Sinatra rerecorded the song with the Hollywood String Quartet; this version was featured on his 1957 album Close to You.
- Chet Baker - (Chet Baker Sings) It Could Happen to You (1958)
- June Christy - A Friendly Session, Vol. 1 (2000) with the Johnny Guarnieri Quintet, Cool Christy (2002)
- Rosemary Clooney
- Nat King Cole
- Bill Evans
- Clare Fischer - Alone Together (recorded 1975, released 1977 in Germany by MPS Records, and in the US by Discovery Records in 1980). Speaking with the Los Angeles Times in 1986, the composer - himself a popular singer-pianist who counted Fischer as one of his major influences - called this solo piano rendition "fantastic".
- Ella Fitzgerald with the Frank De Vol orchestra - Hello, Love (1959)
- Erroll Garner
- Stan Getz
- Billie Holiday recorded the song with Her Orchestra in New York City on February 14, 1955. Her orchestra consisted of Charlie Shavers on trumpet, Tony Scott on clarinet, Budd Johnson on tenor saxophone, Carl Drinkard on piano, Billy Bauer on guitar, Leonard Gaskin on bass, and Cozy Cole on drums.
- Stan Kenton - Stompin' At Newport (1957), At the Rendezvous Vol.2 (2000)
- Branford Marsalis - Bloomington (1991)
- Mina - 12 (American Songbook) (2012)
- Thelonious Monk - Solo Monk (1965)
- Charlie Parker - Charlie Parker with Strings (1949)
- Art Pepper
- Sonny Rollins (1965)
- Neil Sedaka
- Frank Sinatra - Close to You (1957)
- The Mike Vax Big Band - Live on the Road (2003)