Song: Sweet Sue, Just You

Written by Will Harris, Victor Young

SWEET SUE, JUST YOU was written in 1928 by Will Harris and bandleader Victor Young and has been recorded by many artists over the years. The Mills Brothers had a Top 10 hit with it in 1932 and ten years later sang it on screen in the movie musical "Rhythm Parade." Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra took the tune to the Top 20 in 1939. Other renditions have been recorded by Benny Goodman and Jackie Gleason.

Recordings of this song:

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recording details  Oscar Aleman save license this
recording details  Louis Armstrong save license this
recording details  Chet Baker save license this
recording details  Chris Barber save license this
recording details  Count Basie and Joe Williams save license this
recording details  The Chick Webb Band save license this
recording details  Bing Crosby save license this
recording details  Jimmy Dorsey save license this
recording details  Tommy Dorsey save license this
recording details  Ella Fitzgerald and the Chick Webb Band save license this
recording details  Jackie Gleason save license this
recording details  Benny Goodman save license this
recording details  Lionel Hampton save license this
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recording details  Woody Herman save license this
recording details  Al Hirt save license this
recording details  Henry Mancini save license this
recording details  The Mills Brothers save license this
recording details  The Mills Brothers save license this
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recording details  Ben Pollack save license this
recording details  Jim Reeves save license this
recording details  Django Reinhardt save license this
recording details  David Rose & His Orch. save license this
recording details  The Savoy Jazzmen save license this
recording details  Fats Waller save license this
recording details  Fats Waller save license this