List of songs written by Irving Berlin

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This article is a list of songs written by Irving Berlin. It is arranged in alphabetical order. Sources vary as to the number of songs actually written by Berlin, but a 2001 article in TIME put the figure at around 1,250. Of these, 25 tunes reached #1 on the pop charts.[1]

According to the New York Public Library, whose Irving Berlin collection comprises 550 non-commercial recordings radio broadcasts, live performances, and private recordings,[2] he published his first song, "Marie from Sunny Italy", in 1907 and had his first major international hit, "Alexander's Ragtime Band" in 1911.

Many of Berlin's songs were included in the seventeen complete scores he wrote for Broadway musicals and revues, including The Cocoanuts, As Thousands Cheer, Louisiana Purchase, Miss Liberty, Mr. President, Call Me Madam and Annie Get Your Gun.[2]

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B[edit]

  • "Be Careful, It's My Heart"
  • "Because I Love You" (1926)
  • "The Best Thing for You (Is Me)"
  • "Better Luck Next Time"
  • "Blue Skies" (1926)[1]

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E[edit]

  • "Easter Parade" (1933)
  • "Everybody Knew But Me"
  • "Everybody Step" (1921)
  • "Everybody's Doin' It Now"

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I[edit]

J[edit]

  • "(Just One Way to Say) I Love You"

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M[edit]

  • "Mandy" (1919)[1]
  • "Marching Along with Time" (1938)[1]
  • "Maybe It's Because I Love You So Much" (1933)
  • "Marie" (1929)[1] (AKA "Marie (The Dawn Is Breaking)")
  • "Marie from Sunny Italy" (1907)[2]
  • "Moonshine Lullaby"[5]
  • "My British Buddy" (1943)
  • "My Walking Stick"

N[edit]

  • "No Strings (I'm Fancy Free)"
  • "Not for All the Rice in China" (1933)
  • "Now It Can Be Told"

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W[edit]

  • "Waiting At The End Of The Road" (1929)
  • "What Chance Have I With Love?"
  • "What Do I Have to Do to Get My Picture in the Paper?"
  • "What'll I Do?" (1924)[1]
  • "When I Leave the World Behind"
  • "When I Lost You"
  • "When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam" (1912)[6]"
  • "When You Walked Out, Someone Else Walked Right In
  • "White Christmas" (1942)[4]
  • "Who Do You Love, I Hope?"[5]
  • "With You"
  • What Does It Matter?

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