I've Told Ev'ry Little Star

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"I've Told Every Little Star"
Published 1932
Composer(s) Jerome Kern
Lyricist(s) Oscar Hammerstein II

"I've Told Every Little Star" is a popular song with music by Jerome Kern and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, published in 1932. The song was introduced in the musical play, Music in the Air. It has since been recorded by many artists.

The best-known recording is the 1961 hit by Linda Scott, titled "I've Told Every Little Star", which reached number three on the U.S. Pop charts and also reached the top ten in New Zealand and South Africa. In an audition scene in the film Mulholland Drive, the Linda Scott recording was used for the voice of the auditioning actress (Melissa George). The Linda Scott version also features as the title song of The Girl (2012). This version was sampled by rapper Mac Miller on his 2011 single "Knock Knock".

Recorded versions[edit]