Trust in Me (1937 song)

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"Trust in Me" is a song written by Ned Wever, Milton Ager, and Jean Schwartz.

It was first popularized by Mildred Bailey in 1937, charting at #4.

It was subsequently revived by Eddie Fisher. His recording was released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-4444. It reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on February 1, 1951, its only week on the chart, at #29.[1] The flip side was Fisher's much bigger hit, "Tell Me Why".

Another version was recorded in 1951 by Louis Jordan on Decca Records (catalog number 27784[2])

Yet another revival was made by Etta James in 1961. The Etta James recording peaked on the charts at #30.

Other recordings[edit]

Chris Connor included the tune in her 2001 album I Miss You So/Witchcraft.

The song was recorded by Freddy Martin's orchestra in 1942.

It has also been recorded by Dinah Washington, by Guy Lombardo's orchestra, and by Harry Nilsson.

There is a new version, which was recorded by Beyoncé, for the film soundtrack for Cadillac Records.

In 2012, Welsh singer-songwriter Duffy covered the song on James's birthday as a tribute to her and posted it on her official Facebook page.

Another version is included in the "Through the Looking Glass" record of Siouxsie And The Banshees in 1987.


  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (1973). Top Pop Records 1940-1955. Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin: Record Research. 
  2. ^ Decca Records in the 27500 to 27999 series