College band-leader "Skip" Houston keeps his band together after graduation, they turn professional, and they are a big hit on the radio and in nightclubs. He falls in love with Bonnie Haydon, a dancer who hates him because he is constantly taunting her about her act and offering suggestions for improvements. She slowly learns that any engagements or work she has is because of Houston. Written by
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[pointing out to Skip Houston that the public doesn't seem to like Bonnie Haydon's performances
Ah, look at these letters. One fellow says her voice would sound better through a thick feather pillow. And they send them by airmail, so they can tell us *faster* how terrible they think she is! Am I right, Sigmund?
For once, you're right!
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Sung by Rudy Vallee See more