Nobody's Sweetheart Now

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"Nobody's Sweetheart Now"
Published 1924
Writer(s) Gus Kahn and Ernie Erdman
Composer(s) Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel
1924 sheet music cover, Mills Music, New York.

"Nobody's Sweetheart", also known as "Nobody's Sweetheart Now" and "You're Nobody's Sweetheart Now", is a popular song, written in 1924, with music by Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel, and lyrics by Gus Kahn and Ernie Erdman. The song is a jazz and pop standard.


The song was published in 1924 by Mills Music in New York by Jack Mills. It was first recorded on February 22, 1924 by Isham Jones and his Orchestra and released on Brunswick Records as a 78 single.[1] It was featured in the 1940 Universal Pictures film I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now.

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The song is a jazz and pop standard recorded by the following musicians:


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