Lew Brown Lew Brown was an American popular and show tune lyricist best known for his work as part of a successful songwriting and music publishing team with Ray Henderson and Buddy De Sylva. One of the classic Tin Pan Alley writers, Lew's first hit was "The Lonesomest Gal In Town" in 1912 and with a career continuing until the 1950s he also collaborated with other renowned songwriters of the time such as Sammy Fain, Albert Von Tilzer and Harold Arlen.
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(Here I Am) Broken Hearted
Black Bottom
Button Up Your Overcoat
Comes Love
Don't Bring Lulu
Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree
Give Me The Moonlight, Give Me The Girl
I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now)
I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We All ?
If I Had A Talking Picture Of You
If You Haven't Got Love
It All Depends On You
Just A Memory
Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries
Lucky Day
Lucky In Love
My Sin
Sonny Boy
Sunny Side Up
That Old Feeling
The Best Things In Life Are Free
The Birth Of The Blues
The Dummy Song
The Thrill Is Gone
The Varsity Drag
You're The Cream In My Coffee
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