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Songs written by Jimmy McHugh  

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1.
12/1922
225

5
US








[Columbia 3694]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Jack Frost
2.
05/1924
168

8
US








[Victor 19248]
written by Jimmy McHugh , Irwin Dash & Al Dubin
3.
10/1924
223

5
US








[Columbia 132]
written by Al Dubin, Irving Mills, Irwin Dash & Jimmy McHugh 
4.
10/1924
132

11
US








[Victor 19388]
written by Al Dubin, Irving Mills, Irwin Dash & Jimmy McHugh 
5.
271

3
US








[Victor 19585]
written by Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh  & Irving Mills
6.
05/1925
117

14
US








[Columbia 305]
written by Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh  & Irving Mills
7.
09/1925
161

9
US








[Victor 19656]
written by Irving Mills & Jimmy McHugh 
8.
01/1926
126

12
US








[Brunswick 2975]
written by Al Dubin, Jimmy McHugh  & Irving Mills
9.
11/1926
246

4
US








[Columbia 718]
written by J. Keirn Brennan, Jimmy McHugh  & Irving Mills
10.
131

11
US








[Victor 20573]
written by Clarence Gaskill & Jimmy McHugh 
11.
354

✫1
US








[songwriter #1 hit]
[Columbia 1471]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
12.
90

19
US








[Okeh 41077]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
13.
12/1928
125

12
US








[Victor 21688]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
14.
126

12
US








[Victor 21798]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
15.
90

19
US








[Harmony 832]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
16.
91

19
US








[Perfect 15313]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
17.
127

12
US








18.
133

11
US








19.
263

3
US








[Victor 22505]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
20.
170

8
US








[Columbia 2276]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
21.
312

2
US








22.
120

13
US








23.
140

10
US








[Brunswick 6014]
written by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh 
24.
180

7
US








[Brunswick 6206]
written by Herbert Stothart, Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh 
25.
116

13
US








26.
141

10
US








27.
241

4
US








28.
206

6
US








29.
157

9
US








30.
235

4
US








31.
105

15
US








32.
177

7
US








[Victor 24667]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
33.
137

10
US








[Decca 480]
written by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh 
34.
105

15
US








35.
115

13
US








as Louis Prima & His Orchestra
written by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh 
36.
105

15
US








37.
89

18
US








[Brunswick 7482]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
38.
250

3
US








39.
343

✫1
US








[songwriter #3 hit]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
40.
137

10
US








[Brunswick 7393]
written by Jerome Kern, Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
41.
80

20
US








42.
344

✫1
US








[songwriter #2 hit]
written by Jerome Kern, Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
43.
12/1935
250

3
US








written by Jimmy McHugh  & Gus Kahn
44.
213

5
US








vocal Billie Holiday
written by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh 
45.
105

15
US








[Columbia 3108]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Ted Koehler
46.
127

11
US








written by Ted Koehler & Jimmy McHugh 
47.
105

15
US








[Victor 25259]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Ted Koehler
48.
235

4
US








written by Jimmy McHugh  & Gus Kahn
49.
108

14
US








[Decca 798]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Gus Kahn
50.
120

12
US








written by Ted Koehler & Jimmy McHugh 
51.
149

9
US








[Decca 652]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Gus Kahn
52.
12/1936
214

5
US








[Bluebird 6683]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
53.
108

14
US








54.
105

15
US








55.
92

17
US








56.
108

14
US








[Brunswick 7837]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
57.
214

5
US








58.
176

7
US








59.
86

19
US








60.
93

17
US








61.
214

5
US








62.
342

✫1
US








[songwriter #4 hit]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
63.
99

16
US








64.
04/1938
213

5
US








65.
80

20
US








written by Al Dubin & Jimmy McHugh 
66.
105

15
US








[from the film That Certain Age]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
67.
108

14
US








[Vocalion 4902]
written by Al Dubin & Jimmy McHugh 
68.
213

5
US








written by Al Dubin & Jimmy McHugh 
69.
69

24
US








[Bluebird 10906]
written by Johnny Mercer & Jimmy McHugh 
70.
301

2
US








[Bluebird 10631]
written by Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh 
71.
122

12
US








[Bluebird 10906]
written by Johnny Mercer & Jimmy McHugh 
72.
81

21
US








[Columbia 35848]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Johnny Mercer
73.
01/1941
113

14
US








74.
01/1941
90

19
US








75.
01/1941
103

16
US








76.
11/1942
91

18
US








77.
12/1942
101

16
US








78.
01/1943
86

18
US








vocals by Eddie Stone
written by Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh 
79.
05/1943
205

5
US








[Victor 1525]
written by Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh 
80.
05/1943
104

14
US








vocals by Bob Eberly
written by Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh 
81.
06/1943
155

8
US








82.
06/1943
331

✫1
US








[songwriter #5 hit]
[Decca 18553]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
83.
06/1943
226

4
US








84.
07/1943
95

16
US








vocals by Julie Conway
written by Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh 
85.
07/1943
86

18
US








86.
07/1943
77

20
US








87.
17







10
R&B


88.
02/1944
226

4
US








[Columbia 36687]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
89.
03/1944
129

14
US




6
R&B


90.
03/1944
89

17
US








91.
03/1944
101

22
US


2
country




as Ella Fitzgerald & Her Famous Orchestra
[Decca 18587]
written by Gene Austin, Jimmy McHugh  & Irving Mills
92.
03/1944
101

15
US








[Columbia 36587]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
93.
03/1944
132

10
US








vocals by Frances Wayne
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
94.
06/1944
71

22
US








95.
06/1944
122

11
US








[Decca 18604]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
96.
07/1944
86

18
US








97.
04/1945
159

8
US








vocals by Kitty Kallen
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
98.
07/1945
91

17
US








[Capitol 199]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
99.
12/1945
247

3
US








100.
12/1945
119

12
US








[Victor 20-1750]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
101.
01/1946
118

12
US








as Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra
#1 hit for Little Jack Little in 1935
[National 9018]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
102.
01/1948
146

13
US




3
R&B


#1 hit for Cliff Edwards in 1928
[Majestic 1204]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
103.
12/1949
20







9
R&B


as Nat "King" Cole and the Trio
US B side to My Mother Told Me
[Capitol 57-70050]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
104.
04/1956
144

21
US






8
UK
[Capitol 3390]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
105.
04/1956
10

73
US








[Mercury 70820]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
106.
09/1956
77









11
UK
107.
11/1956
20

42
US








written by Jimmy McHugh  & Buddy Kaye
108.
08/1958
19

66
US




14
R&B


[King 5142]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
109.
07/1960
10

71
US








[Warner 5159]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
110.
03/1961
21

38
US








111.
09/1961
94

20
US






20
UK
charted as Muskrat / Don't Blame Me in UK charts
[Warner 5501]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
112.
05/1962
35

36
US
11
AC






hit for Mildred Bailey in 1937
[Roulette 4424]
written by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh 
113.
11/1962
5

98
US








[Roulette 4455]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
114.
11/1963
4

114
US








[Imperial 66005]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
115.
01/1964
90

128
US






8
UK
[Capitol 5134]
written by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh (as James McHugh) 
116.
04/1964
3

114
US








featuring Joey Vann
[Coed 591]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
117.
02/1965
5

100
US








[Aura 4505]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Harold Adamson
118.
08/1966
3



33
AC






[Columbia 43630]
written by Clarence Gaskill & Jimmy McHugh 
119.
09/1966
20

100
US
6
AC






[instrumental]
[Decca 32008]
written by Jimmy McHugh  & Dorothy Fields
120.
02/2001
30









29
UK
121.
02/2001
30









29
UK

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