Follow Me! (Various)

Collaborative Work
This work was co-authored by Sigmund Romberg, Jack Galon, Frank Tours, Helen Trix and Harry Tierney.

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Publisher. Info. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916. Plate 298.
Misc. Notes Cleaned, re-sampled.
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General Information

Work Title Follow Me!
Alternative. Title A Musical in Three Acts
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 acts
  • Act I
  1. We Always Take Them Home
  2. Two Happy Tadpoles
  3. When a Man is Single
  4. A Tête-à-tête with You
  5. Follow Me
  6. (Oh) I Want to be Good but My Eyes Won't Let Me
  7. The Girls are Getting Wiser
  • Act II
8. Milady's Toliette Set
9. It's a Cute Little Way of My Own
10. Adam Was the Only Lover
11. The Violin Song
12. A Little Bit of Nonsense
13. I Am True to All
  • Act III
14. Happy Land
15. How Would You Like to Bounce a Baby on Your Knee?
16. My Bohemian Fashion Girl
17. Stop Tickling Me
First Performance. 1916-11-29 in New York: Casino Theatre
First Publication. 1916 - New York: Jerome H. Remick
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Librettist Robert Bache Smith (1875-1951)
Howard Johnson (1887-1941)
Helen Trix (1886-1951)
Anna Held (1872-1918)
Alfred Bryan (1871-1958)
Language English
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation voices, chorus, orchestra
Related Works Based on Was tut man nicht alles aus liebe by Leo Ascher
External Links Internet Broadway Database