Some of the Swing Era Songs You'll Hear

Originally referred to as Tin Pan Alley, the songs of the 30s and 40s are now fondly called The Great American Songbook and are considered our American cultural treasure. Music conservatories and jazz musicians continue to play these songs because of their beauty and classic style.

These are just some of the songs you'll hear in a Swing Therapy performance.

1920's Songs

Look for the Silver Lining
It Had to be You
Tea for Two
Birth of the Blues
I Can't Give You Anything but Love
Side by Side
Ain't Misbehavin'
When You're Smiling
My Blue Heaven
I'll See You in My Dreams
'S Wondeful

1930's Songs

Blue Skies
Pennies from Heaven
Our Love is Here to Stay
Don't Fence Me In
Night and Day
Cheek to Cheek
Heart and Soul
Let's Fall in Love
That Old Feeling
I'll Be Seeing You
Too Marvelous for Words
Just One of Those Things
Got You Under My Skin
Lady is a Tramp
September in the Rain

1940's Songs

Ac-cent-tuate the Positive
Sentimental Journey
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
You Make Me Feel So Young
Long, Long Time
I Remember You
I'm Beginning to See the Light
You Are My Sunshine
Since I Fell for You
Oh! What a Beautiful Morning
Route 66
C'est Si Bon
One for My Baby

1950's Songs

Satin Doll
Orange Colored Sky
Love and Marriage
'Til There Was You
Walkin' My Baby Back Home
Blueberry Hill
On the Street Where You Live
Que Sera Sera
Something's Gotta Give
That's Amore