Cole Porter

"My sole inspiration is a telephone call from a producer." ~Cole Porter

Allez-Vous-En, Go Away
Can-Can, 1953

Another Op'nin', Another Show
Kiss Me Kate, 1948

Anything Goes   Anything Goes, 1934

At Long Last Love You Never Know, 1948

Be A Clown
The Pirate, 1948

Begin the Beguine Jubilee, 1935

Blow Gabriel Blow Anything Goes, 1934

C'est Magnifique Can-Can, 1953

Come To the Supermarket In Old Peking
Aladdin, Feb 1958

Don’t Fence Me In Adios Argentina (unproduced), 1934 [later used in Mexican Hayride]

Easy To Love Born To Dance (revision of a song originally written for Anything Goes), 1936
Every Time We Say Goodbye 1944

Friendship Du Barry Was A Lady, 1939

From This Moment On Out Of This World (unused, later used in film version of Kiss Me Kate), 1950

I Concentrate On You Broadway Melody of 1940, 1939

I Get A Kick Out Of You Anything Goes, 1934

I Hate Men
Kiss Me Kate, 1948

I Love Paris Can-Can, 1952

I Love You
Mexican Hayride, 1943

I've Got You Under My Skin Born To Dance, 1936

In the Still of the Night Rosalie, 1937

It’s All Right With Me Can-Can, 1953

It’s Delovely Red, Hot and Blue, 1936

I've Still Got My Health
Panama Hattie, 1940

Just One Of Those Things Jubilee, 1935

Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love) Paris, 1928

Let's Misbehave
Paris (unused), 1927 - later used in Anything Goes

Love For Sale The New Yorkers, 1930

Miss Otis Regrets
Independent song, April 1934

My Heart Belongs To Daddy
Leave It To Me, 1938

My Mother Would Love You
Panama Hattie, 1940

Night and Day Gay Divorce, 1932

So In Love Kiss Me Kate, 1948

Take Me Back To Manhattan
The New Yorkers, 1930 (later used in Anything Goes)

Too Darn Hot Kiss Me Kate, 1948

True Love High Society, 1956

Well, Did You Ever? Du Barry Was A Lady, 1939 (later used in High Society)

What Is This Thing Called Love? Wake Up and Dream, 1929

Kiss Me Kate, 1948

You Do Something To Me Fifty Million Frenchmen, 1929

You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To Something To Shout About, 1943

You’re the Top Anything Goes, 1934