Not to be confused with the blues classic
written in 1951 and popularized by B.B. King, this song is a jazz standard written by Lew Brown (lyrics) and Ray Henderson (music) for the 1931 production of George White's Broadway revue Scandals
. In the revue, it was sung by Everett Marshall, but the recorded version was sung by Rudy Vallee and released on the Victor label, credited to "Rudy Vallee with his Connecticut Yankees." Vallee was part of the revue that year along with Ethel Merman.