P.S. I Love You (1934 song)

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For the Beatles song with the same title, see P.S. I Love You (Beatles song).

"P.S. I Love You" is a popular song. The music was written by Gordon Jenkins, the lyrics by Johnny Mercer. The song was published in 1934.[1][2]

The original hit version in the 1930s was recorded by Rudy Vallée. It was revived in the 1950s by The Hilltoppers and in the 1960s by The Vogues, and again in 1984 by country music singer Tom T. Hall. A number of other versions have also been recorded.

Recorded versions[edit]


  1. ^ 250 All Time Hits (Book 2). London: Wise Publications. 1988. pp. 250 p.175. ISBN 0711913560. 
  2. ^ Broadway, Movie, TV, and Studio Cast Musicals on Record 1996 "P S I Love You (Midler) music: Gordon Jenkins; lyrics: Johnny Mercer;"
  3. ^ "Billie Holiday Discography". jazzdisco.org.