It All Depends on You

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"It All Depends on You" is a 1926 popular song with music by Ray Henderson, lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. The song for Big Boy was published in 1926.[1] It featured in the 1928 Warner Bros. film, "The Singing Fool," starring Al Jolson, Betty Bronson, and Josephine Dunn.

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  1. ^ Stanley Green Encyclopedia of the Musical Theatre Page 99 078674684X - 2009 "The first DeSylva-Brown-Henderson song was "It All Depends on You" for Big Boy, and their first score was for George White's Scandals of 1925. For the next year's edition, they had two hits; "Lucky Day" and "The Birth of the Blues.