Brian De Lorenzo
Oliver Morosco & Victor Schertzinger

Story

1913 - While working at a theatre in Superior [Wisconsin], Frank [Gumm] met and fell in love with the house pianist Ethel Milne. Ethel, then a young girl with dark curls and dark eyes, was vivacious and quick on the piano. The hits of this period (1913-14) were more romantic than usual and Frank sang his share of them - Michelle Russell

Brian De Lorenzo
Fred E. Weatherley

Story

1913 - This is the song Frank Gumm is most remembered singing. One of Judy Garland's dearest memories is of how she would climb up into her father's lap in her white nightie every night and he would sing this song to her before she went to sleep - Michelle Russell

Brian De Lorenzo
Adaptation of a Spiritual by H.T. Burleigh

Story

1917 - this song was also a part of Frank Gumm's nightly musical lullaby, as his daughter Virginia also recalled.

Brian De Lorenzo
Howard C. Jeffrey & Charles L. Cook

Story

1910 - Frank Gumm performed this song as part of the family act. Judy Garland loved it and associated it so with her father, that she later used this song to close her weekly television series, "The Judy Garland Show" - Michelle Russell