Alexander Dubin  (1891-1945)
Last updated: 06.12.20
According to the Internet source given below, Alexander Dubin was an American lyricist. He is best known for his collaborations with the composer Harry Warren.
Al Dubin came from a Russian Jewish family that emigrated to the United States from Switzerland and grew up in Philadelphia.. In 1932, Dubin teamed officially Harry Warren and by 1939 had written 60 hit songs for several Warner Bros. movie musicals.
Dubin was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 14 works by Alexander Dubin (1891-1945). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Some Day I'll Make You Care 1918 Clarence Gaskill (co-author)
Charles Shisler (co-author)
Everyone I Love Lives Down in Dixie 1918. Mildred Harris (sung by)
Come Back to Jumbo Gumbo (w&m) 1920 Clarence Gaskill (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Who'll Take the Place of Mary (w&m) 1920 Clarence Gaskill (co-author)
Harry Mayo (co-author)
Just a Girl That Men Forget 1923 Fred Rath (co-author)
Joe Garren (co-author)
Corinne Arbuckle (sung by)
Alyce & Lucille (sung by)
It's a Man, Ev'ry Time, It's a Man (w&m) 1923 I. Dash (co-author)
Jimmy McHugh (co-author)
Neil McKinley (sung by)
Jessie Reed (sung by)
I Don't Care What You Used to Be 1924 Jimmy McHugh (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Nobody Knows What a Red-Head Mamma Can Do 1924 Sammy Fain (co-author)
Irving Mills (co-author)
Song of the Volga Boatmen (w&m) 1924  wvicon.gif
Hard Boiled Rose 1924 Jimmy McHugh (words)
Irving Mills (words)
Irwin Dash (words)
I Must Be Dreaming 1927 Pat Flaherty (co-author)
Al Sherman (co-author)
Pagan Moon (w&m) 1931 Al Bryan (co-author)
Joe Burke (co-author)
There Is My Love Song 1941 Joe Burke (words)  wvicon.gif
Anniversary Waltz, The 1941 Dave Franklin (words)  wvicon.gif