The more famous of these was composed by Sam Coslow for the 1929 film 'Thunderbolt'. A very fine recording of it was made that same year by the lovely singer Annette Hanshaw:
Thanks to the kindness of Audrey VanDyke, the great collector of vintage sheet music, this song has now been made available to us all. I hope that a lady singer in one of our jazz bands will be inspired to revive it soon. It has a good and straightforward 16-bar Verse as well as a fine 16-bar Chorus of the type fashionable in the 1920s - lending itself to instrumental 'breaks' in Bars 9 to 12. Yes, this would be a really good tune to play.