Richard A. Whiting 
Last updated: 23.06.17

Further sheet music at DBE: ON HOLD
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 104 works by Richard A. Whiting. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

The Big Red Motor and the Little Blue Limousine (1913)
Words by: Earle C. Jones
Louise (1929)
Words by: Leo Robin
Caberavings (1914) wvicon.gif
My Sweeter Than Sweet (1929)
Words by: George Marion Jr.
I Wonder Where My Lovin' Man Has Gone (1914) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: C.L. Cooke Words by: Earle C. Jones
True Blue Lou (1929)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Sam Coslow, Leo Robin
Mary Pickford (The Darling of Them All) (1914)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Dave Radford, Daisy Sullivan
Wait Till You See Ma Cherie (1929)
Words by: Leo Robin
In the Valley of the Nile (1915)
Words by: Dave Radford
Beyond the Blue Horizon (1930)
Words by: W. Franke Harling, Leo Robin
It's Tulip Time in Holland (1915)
Words by: Dave Radford
Give Me a Moment Please (1930)
Words by: W. Franke Harling, Leo Robin
And They Called It Dixieland (1916)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
They Made It Twice As Nice As Paradise
It Seems to Be Spring (1930)
Words by: George Marion
Don't Turn the Smiles to Tears (1916)
Words by: Daisy Sullivan
It's a Great Life (1930)
Words by: Newell Chase, Leo Robin
The Girl and the Game (1916)
Words by: Dave Radford
My Future Just Passed (1930)
Words by: George Marion Jr.
Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose (1916) wvicon.gif
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
My Ideal (1930)
Words by: Newell Chase, Leo Robin
Pump Song (1916)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Sammy Lerner, Buddy Fields
Take Along a Little Love Train Was Just Starting (1930)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Author: Seymour Simons
They Made It Twice As Nice As Paradise (1916) wvicon.gif
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
Not That I Care (1931)
Words by: Oscar Hammerstein II
Where the Black-Eyed Susans Grow (1916)
Words by: Dave Radford
Eadie Was a Lady (1932)
Words by: Nacio Herb Brown, B.G. DeSylva
Ain't You Coming Back to Dixieland? (1917)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
My Lover (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Herb Nacio Brown, Vincent Youmans
Along the Way to Waikiki (1917)
Words by: Gus Kahn
Oh How I Long to Belong to You (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Herb Nacio Brown, Vincent Youmans
The Bravest Heart of All (1917)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
One Hour With You (1932)
Words by: Leo Robin
Some Sunday Morning (1917)
Words by: Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan
Rise 'n Shine (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Herb Nacio Brown, Vincent Youmans
Where the Morning Glories Grow (1917)
Words by: Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan
Should I Be Sweet? (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Herb Nacio Brown, Vincent Youmans
Cotton Hollow Harmony (1918) wvicon.gif
So Do I (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Herb Nacio Brown, Vincent Youmans
Dress Up Your Dollars in Khaki (And Help Win Democracy's Fight) (1918)
Words by: Lister R. Alwood
Turn Out the Light (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Herb Nacio Brown, Vincent Youmans
I'll Love You More For Losing You a While (1918)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
You're an Old Smoothie (1932)
Words & Music: Whiting Words by: Herb Nacio Brown, B.G. DeSylva
Old Tennessee and Me - Say You Intend to See (1918)
Words by: Eddie Cantor, Raymond B. Egan
Adorable (1933)
Words by: George Marion Jr.
So Dress Up Your Dollars in Khaki (1918)
Words by: Lister R. Alwood
Gather Lip Rouge While You May (1933)
Words by: B.G. DeSylva, Leo Robin
Till We Meet Again (1918)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
It Was Sweet of You (1934)
Words by: Sidney Clare
We'll Build a Rainbow in the Sky (1918)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
My Future Star (1934)
Words by: Sidney Clare
You're Still an Old Sweetheart of Mine (1918)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
On the Good Ship Lollipop (1934)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Author: Sidney Clare
Broadway Belles (1919)
Words by: Herbert Spencer, Arthur Jackson, George White
Rock and Roll (1934)
Words by: Sidney Clare
Hand in Hand Again (1919)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
Sweet of You (1934)
Words by: Sidney Clare
Where the Water Lilies Grow (1919)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan, Gus Kahn
Waitin' at the Gate For Katy (1934)
Words by: Gus Kahn
Dear Old Gal (1920)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
Yes to You (1934)
Words by: Sidney Clare
The Japanese Sandman (1920)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
How Do I Rate With You? (1935)
Words by: Sam Coslow
Ain't We Got Fun (1921)
Words by: Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan
You Took My Breath Away (1935)
Words by: Sam Coslow
Bikini Bay (1921)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan, Gus Kahn
I Can't Escape From You (1936)
Words by: Leo Robin
Bimini Bay (1921)
Words by: Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan
Peter Piper (1936)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Tea Leaves (1921)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang (1936)
Words by: Buddy Bernier, William Haid
When Shall We Meet Again? (1921)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
When Did You Leave Heaven? (1936)
Words by: Walter Bullock
Song of Persia (1922)
Words by: Dave Radford, Raymond B. Egan
Love Is on the Air Tonight (1937)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
While Miami Dreams (1922)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
Sentimental and Melancholy (1937)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Watchin' the Moon Rise (1923)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan, Gus Kahn
Too Marvelous For Words (1937)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Little Black Buddie (1924)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
You've Got Something There (1937) wvicon.gif
Lady (1925)
Words by: Gus Kahn
Can't Teach My Old Heart New Tricks (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Sweet Child/ I'm Wild About You (1925)
Co-Author: Howard Simon Words by: Al Lewis
Hooray For Hollywood (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Ukulele Lady (1925)
Words by: Gus Kahn
I'll Dream Tonight (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Weary of Waiting For You (1925)
Co-Author: Emerson Gill Words by: Gus Kahn
I've Hitched My Wagon to a Star (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Where the Four-Leaf Clovers Grow (1925)
Words by: Raymond B. Egan
Arr. by May Singhi Breen
Let That Be a Lesson to You (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Breezin' Along With the Breeze (1926)
Co-Authors: Haven Gillespie, Seymour Simons
Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Horses (1926)
Words by: Byron Gay
Silhouetted in the Moonlight (1938)
Words by: Johnny Mercer
Banjo Eyes (1927)
Words by: Gus Kahn
Guilty (1946)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Gus Kahn, Harry Akst
Tin Pan Parade (1927)
Words by: Haven Gillespie
Sorry (1949)
Words by: Buddy Pepper
That Brand New Model of Mine (1928)
Words by: Seymour Simons, Haven Gillespie
I Wanna Go Places and Do Things (?)
Words by: Leo Robin
Honey (1929)
Words & Music: Whiting Co-Authors: Seymour Simons, Haven Gillespie
Lovable (?)
Words by: Ralph Holmes, Seymour Simons
It's a Habit of Mine (1929)
Words by: Leon Robin
Rosy Cheeks (?)
Words by: Seymour Simons