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|Birth name||Harold Campbell Adamson|
|Born||December 10, 1906|
Greenville, New Jersey, U.S.
|Died||August 17, 1980 (aged 73)|
Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Ultimately he entered into a songwriting contract with MGM in 1933. During his stint with MGM, he was nominated for five Academy Awards. Among his best-known compositions was the theme for the hit sitcom, I Love Lucy.
Songs or lyrics by Harold Adamson
- "An Affair to Remember"
- "Around the World"
- "Comin' In on a Wing and a Prayer"
- "Everything I Have Is Yours" (with Burton Lane)
- "Eighty Miles Outside of Atlanta". From the 1944 film Something for the Boys starring Carmen Miranda, Michael O'Shea, and Vivian Blaine
- "Ferry-Boat Serenade" (with E. Di Lazzaro)
- "How Blue the Night" (music by Jimmy McHugh, recorded by Dick Haymes March 5, 1944)
- "I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night" nominated for an Oscar for Best Song, also featured in the 1943 film Higher and Higher, sung by Frank Sinatra
- "I Love Lucy (And She Loves Me)"
- "I Wish I Were a Fish", from the 1964 film The Incredible Mr. Limpet, sung by Don Knotts
- "It's a Wonderful World"
- "It's a Most Unusual Day"
- "I've Come to California", theme song for the NBC television series The Californians
- "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening" from the 1943 film Higher and Higher, sung by Frank Sinatra
- "Manhattan Serenade"
- "My Resistance Is Low"
- "The Little Man Who Wasn't There"
- "There's Something in the Air"
- "Time on My Hands" (with Mack Gordon and Vincent Youmans)
- "We're Having a Baby (My Baby and Me)" 1941. Music by Vernon Duke. Sung by Desi Arnaz
- "When Love Goes Wrong" with Howard Hoagland Carmichael for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
- "Where Are You?". Music by Jimmy McHugh
- "Winter Moon" . Music by Hoagy Carmichael
- "You're a Sweetheart" (1937) Music by Jimmy McHugh
- Colin Larkin, ed. (1992). The Guinness Encyclopedia of Popular Music (First ed.). Guinness Publishing. pp. 41/2. ISBN 0-85112-939-0.
- Jasen, David A. (2003). Tin Pan Alley: An Encyclopedia of the Golden Age of American Song. New York and London: Routledge. p. 2. ISBN 0415938775.
- "Joe DiMaggio Auction, Lot Number: 911" Hunt Auctions June 14, 2017