Lew Brown  (1893-1958)
Last updated: 06.08.21
According to the Internet source given below, Lew Brown (Russian-born Louis Brownstein) was an American lyricist for popular songs.
On his own estimation in 1939 he had written or collaborated on about 7,000 songs. Brown was one third of a successful songwriting and music publishing team with Buddy DeSylva and Ray Henderson ( De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc.) from 1925 until 1931 and also wrote or co-wrote many Broadway shows and Hollywood films.
His most-popular songs Include Button Up Your Overcoat, Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (1942), Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (1931), That Old Feeling(1937) and The Birth of the Blues. (1926).
Of ragtime interest is The Ragtime Dream (1914) published by Leo Feist, New York, USA.

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b078yym4hb_m.jpgI'm Afraid I'm Beginning to Love You
Music by: Lew Brown.
Co-Author: Joe Goodwin
Publisher: Leo Feist
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Printed: 1913. Sheet Music.
b00a6oqy82_m.jpgRagtime Dream, The
Music by: Lew Brown.
Words by: Joe Goodwin
Publisher: Leo Feist
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Printed: 1913. Sheet Music.
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pdf15.gif I'd Climb the Highest Mountain if I Knew I'd Find You Piano, Voice Lew Brown (Music)
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pdf15.gif Last Night on the Back Porch Piano, Voice Lew Brown (w&m)
Carl Schraubstader (co-author)
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pdf15.gif Last Night on the Back Porch Piano, Voice Lew Brown (Music)
Carl Schraubstader (words)
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pdf15.gif Whose Izzy Is He Piano, Voice Lew Brown (Music)
Bud Green (words)
Murray Sturm (words)
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 70 works by Lew Brown (1893-1958). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
I'm Afraid I'm Beginning to Love You 1913 Joe Goodwin (co-author)  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Oh! Mrs. Fortune Teller Please Find My Lovin' Man 1913 Hermen Palen (words)  wvicon.gif
Ragtime Dream, The 1913 Joe Goodwin (words)  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Everybody Loves My Girl 1914 Nat D. Ayer (co-author)
My Mind's Made Up to Marry Carolina 1917 Rubey Cowan (words)  wvicon.gif
You'll Always Find a Lot of Sunshine in My Old Kentucky Home 1918 Rubey Cowan (words)  wvicon.gif
I Don't Want to Love No One But You 1919 Rubey Cowan (co-author)
Will Stoddard (co-author)
Oh They're Such Nice People 1921 J. Brandon Walsh (words)
If I Knew You Then As I Know You Now (w&m) 1923 Billy Joyce (co-author)
James F. Hanley (co-author)
Martha Pryor (sung by)
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Last Night on the Back Porch (w&m) 1923 Carl Schraubstader (co-author)
Isabella Patricola (sung by)
Harry Rappi (sung by)
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Stay Home, Little Girl, Stay Home (w&m) 1923 James F Hanley (co-author)
Artie Mehlinger (sung by)
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Whose Izzy Is He 1924 Bud Green (co-author)
Murray Sturm (co-author)
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If You Hadn't Gone Away (w&m) 1925 Ray Henderson (co-author)
Billy Rose (co-author)
Courtney Sisters (sung by)
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Let Me Introduce You to My Rosie 1925 E. Cantor (sung by)
Birth of the Blues, The (w&m) 1926 Ray Henderson (co-author)
Give Me a Ukulele and Leave the Rest to Me (w&m) 1926 Gene Williams (co-author)  wvicon.gif
How I Love You 1926 Cliff Friend (co-author)
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain if I Knew I'd Find You 1926 Sidney Clare (words)
Grace Aldrich (sung by)
Betty Taylor (sung by)
Louise Lane (sung by)
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I'm Tellin' the Birds - Tellin' the Bees How I Love You 1926 Cliff Friend (words)  wvicon.gif
If I Knew I'd Find You 1926 Sidney Clare (words)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
It All Depends on You 1926 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Best Things in Life Are Free, The 1927 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
I Wonder How I Look When I'm Asleep 1927 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Lucky in Love (w&m) 1927 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
So Blue 1927 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Without You Sweetheart 1927 B. G. De Sylva (words)
Ray Henderson (words)
Josephine Harmon (sung by)
Don't Hold Everything 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
For Old Times' Sake 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
I Could Give Up Anything But You 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
I Want to Be Bad 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Pompanola 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Anne Caldwell (words)
You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would You? 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
You're My Necessity 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
You're the Cream in My Coffee 1928 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
I'm a Dreamer 1929 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (words)
If I Had a Talking Picture of You 1929 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
You've Got Me Pickin' Petals Off O' Daisies 1929 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Don't Tell Her 1930 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Good For You-Bad For Me (w&m) 1930 Ray Henderson (co-author)
I'll Know Him 1930 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
I'm Flying High 1930 B. G. De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Never Swat a Fly 1930 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Old Fashioned Girl 1930 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Come to Me (w&m) 1931 B. G De Sylva (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries 1931 Ray Henderson (words)  wvicon.gif
My Song 1931 Ray Henderson (co-author)  wvicon.gif
That's Why Darkies Were Born (w&m) 1931 Ray Henderson (co-author)  wvicon.gif
This Is the Missus 1931 Ray Henderson (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Thrill Is Gone, The 1931 Ray Henderson (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Gone 1932 Ray Henderson (co-author)
Let's Call It a Day 1932 Ray Henderson (co-author)
Lupe Velez (sung by)
Jimmy Durante (sung by)
Hope Williams (sung by)
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You Can Make My Life a Bed of Roses 1932
I've Got to Pass Your House to Get to My House 1933  wvicon.gif
Ooh, I'm Thinking 1933 Ray Henderson (co-author)
Beer Barrel Polka 1934 Wladimir A. Timm (co-author)
Jaromir Vejvoda (co-author)
Sammy Kaye (sung by)
Rose Marie (sung by)
Blue Barron (sung by)
Milt Herth (sung by)
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Carolina (w&m) 1934 Jay Gorney (co-author)
Janet Gaynor (sung by)
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Here Comes the Navy 1934 W. A. Timm (co-author)
Jaromir Vejvoda (co-author)
Lt. Comdr. Clarence P. Oakes U.S.N.R (words)
Lt. Comdr. Clarence P. Oaks U.S.N.R (sung by)
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I'm Laughin' 1934 Jay Gorney (co-author)
I've Loved the Same Girl For Fifty Years 1934 Lou Alter (words)  wvicon.gif
If Love Makes You Give Up Steak and Potatoes Then (w&m) 1934 Lou Alter (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Stand Up and Cheer (w&m) 1934 Harry Akst (co-author)
Jay Gorney (co-author)
Harry Akst (words)
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That Old Feeling (w&m) 1937 Sammy Fain (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Comes Love 1939 Buddy Ebsen (sung by)
Judy Canova (sung by)
Dixie Dunbar (sung by)
Jackie Heller (sung by)
Lois January (sung by)
Lew Brown (sung by)
Chas Tobias (sung by)
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Let's Make Memories Tonight 1939 Chas Tobias (co-author)
Sam H Stept (co-author)
Lew Brown (co-author)
Buddy Ebsen (sung by)
Judy Canova (sung by)
Dixie Dunbar (sung by)
Jackie Heller (sung by)
Lois January (sung by)
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Uncle Sam's Lullaby 1939 Judy Canova (sung by)
Don't Cry, Cherie 1941 Ray Henderson (co-author)
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree 1942 Charlie Tobias (words)
Sam H. Stept (words)
King Sisters (sung by)
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I Came Here to Talk For Joe 1942 Charlie Tobias (co-author)
Sam H. Stept (co-author)
Dick Jurgens (sung by)
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I Planted a Rose 1943 Nacio Herb Brown (words)
Ralph Freed (words)
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Dummy Song 1944 Billy Rose (co-author)
Ray Henderson (co-author)
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