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Songs written by Johnny Mercer

Top Songs / Chart Singles Discography

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1.
122

4
US












2.
93

9
US












3.
186

✫1
US












4.
47

12
US












written by Matty Malneck (as Matt Malneck) & Johnny Mercer
5.
37

17
US












written by Matty Malneck (as Matt Malneck) & Johnny Mercer
6.
48

12
US












7.
105

5
US












vocal Ernie Mathias
[Columbia 2946]
written by Johnny Mercer & Matty Malneck
8.
45

13
US












9.
39

16
US












10.
45

12
US












vocal Billie Holiday
written by Johnny Mercer
11.
42

15
US












[Victor 25361]
written by Phil Ohman & Johnny Mercer
12.
103

5
US












[Brunswick 7621]
written by Matty Malneck (as Matt Malneck) & Johnny Mercer
13.
92

7
US












[Decca 727]
written by Matty Malneck (as Matt Malneck) & Johnny Mercer
14.
111

4
US












15.
133

2
US












[Decca 871]
written by Johnny Mercer
16.
156

✫1
US












17.
91

7
US












18.
98

6
US












[Decca 739]
written by Phil Ohman, Johnny Mercer & Teeter
19.
40

14
US












20.
146

✫1
US












[Decca 1483]
written by Bernie Hanighen & Johnny Mercer
21.
128

2
US












written by Richard Whiting (as Richard A. Whiting) & Johnny Mercer
22.
83

8
US












written by Richard Whiting (as Richard A. Whiting) & Johnny Mercer
23.
47

11
US












[Brunswick 7937]
written by Richard Whiting (as Richard A. Whiting) & Johnny Mercer
24.
36

16
US












[Brunswick 7831]
written by Richard Whiting & Johnny Mercer
25.
145

✫1
US












[Decca 1185]
written by Richard Whiting & Johnny Mercer
26.
94

6
US












27.
30

20
US












28.
42

14
US












written by Richard Whiting (as Richard A. Whiting) & Johnny Mercer
29.
41

14
US












30.
49

11
US












31.
78

10
US












32.
151

✫1
US












[Decca 2147]
written by Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer
33.
83

8
US












34.
12/1938
168

✫1
US












[Vocalion 4513]
written by Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer
35.
12/1938
44

12
US












[Victor 26108]
written by Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer
36.
101

6
US












37.
81

10
US












[Decca 2413]
written by Ziggy Elman & Johnny Mercer
38.
39

16
US












as Count Basie & His Orchestra
written by Ziggy Elman & Johnny Mercer
39.
104

5
US












40.
155

✫1
US












41.
52

11
US












[Bluebird 10406]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
42.
50

11
US












43.
38

16
US












[Decca 2307]
written by Walter Donaldson & Johnny Mercer
44.
48

12
US












45.
42

15
US












[Bluebird 10195]
written by Johnny Mercer
46.
167

✫1
US












[Bluebird 10728]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
47.
30

24
US












[Bluebird 10906]
written by Johnny Mercer & Jimmy McHugh
48.
38

18
US












[Decca 3182]
written by Walter Donaldson & Johnny Mercer
49.
51

13
US












[Bluebird 10561]
written by Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer
50.
50

12
US












[Bluebird 10906]
written by Johnny Mercer & Jimmy McHugh
51.
08/1940
41

16
US












[Decca 3119]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
52.
08/1940
40

17
US












vocals by Frank Sinatra
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
53.
58

11
US












[Bluebird 11315]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
54.
37

21
US












[Columbia 35848]
written by Jimmy McHugh & Johnny Mercer
55.
01/1941
50

14
US












56.
01/1941
41

19
US












57.
01/1941
45

16
US












58.
11/1941
93

10
US












59.
161

7
US












[Bluebird 11462]
written by Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer
Trav'lin' Light
60.
73

23
US






✫1
R&B




[Capitol 116]
written by James "Trummy" Young, Jimmy Mundy (as James Mundy) & Johnny Mercer
61.
01/1942
273

✫1
US












[songwriter #4 hit]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
62.
02/1942
183

4
US












63.
02/1942
57

18
US












as Benny Goodman & His Sextet
vocals by Peggy Lee & Lou McGarrity
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
64.
02/1942
185

4
US












[Bluebird 11436]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
65.
03/1942
141

8
US












as Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
dizzy gillespie on trumpet
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
66.
03/1942
56

19
US












67.
04/1942
276

✫1
US












[songwriter #3 hit]
vocals by Bob Eberly & Helen O'Connell
written by Victor Schertzinger & Johnny Mercer
68.
04/1942
135

9
US












vocals by Bob Eberly; hit for Ada Jones in 1909
written by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger
69.
05/1942
65

16
US












70.
05/1942
52

20
US












[Bluebird 11473-B]
written by Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer
71.
05/1942
63

16
US












72.
07/1942
56

19
US












[Decca 4193]
written by Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer
73.
09/1942
156

7
US












[Capitol 103]
written by Johnny Mercer
74.
09/1942
142

8
US












75.
10/1942
171

5
US












vocals by Jack Martin & the Glee Club
written by Johnny Mercer
76.
10/1942
163

6
US












written by Johnny Mercer
77.
11/1942
71

15
US












[Capitol 120]
written by Johnny Mercer & Jerome Kern
78.
12/1942
130

10
US












[Victor 27970]
written by Johnny Mercer & Jerome Kern
79.
01/1943
70

19
US












[Capitol 122]
written by Johnny Mercer
80.
02/1943
115

15
US






2
R&B




[Decca 18541]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
81.
03/1943
160

10
US












82.
04/1943
87

14
US












83.
01/1944
88

13
US






✫1
R&B




[Capitol 141]
written by Johnny Mercer
84.
01/1944
157

4
US












85.
05/1944
256

✫1
US






✫1
R&B




as Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
[Decca 8659]
written by Johnny Mercer
86.
10/1944
40

23
US












vocals by Martha Tilton
written by Ziggy Elman & Johnny Mercer
87.
01/1945
232

✫1
US






4
R&B




[Capitol 180]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
88.
01/1945
137

5
US












vocals by Imogene Lynn
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
89.
02/1945
174

2
US












90.
02/1945
56

14
US












[Capitol 181]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
91.
02/1945
60

12
US












92.
03/1945
219

✫1
US












[Capitol 15246]
written by Johnny Mercer
93.
03/1945
40

21
US












[Victor 1616]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
94.
04/1945
116

8
US












vocals by Artie Wayne
written by Johnny Mercer
95.
04/1945
112

8
US












vocals by Dick Merrick
[Majestic 7129]
written by David Raksin & Johnny Mercer
96.
04/1945
149

4
US












97.
04/1945
130

6
US












98.
05/1945
108

9
US












[Decca 18666]
written by David Raksin & Johnny Mercer
99.
06/1945
58

13
US












vocals by Teddy Walters
written by Johnny Mercer
100.
06/1945
137

5
US












written by Johnny Mercer
101.
06/1945
136

5
US












[Capitol 196]
written by David Raksin & Johnny Mercer
102.
07/1945
220

✫1
US












103.
07/1945
59

12
US












104.
07/1945
158

3
US












105.
07/1945
106

9
US












[Capitol 191]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
106.
08/1945
129

6
US












107.
08/1945
103

10
US












108.
09/1945
106

9
US












with the Merry Mac
[Academy Award for Best Original Song 1946]
written by Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer
109.
06/1946
49

17
US












[Capitol 247]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
110.
13









6
R&B




[MGM 10311]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
111.
09/1950
29

28
US












as Frank De Vol and His Orchestra
written by Phil Ohman & Johnny Mercer
112.
08/1951
81

11
US












113.
08/1951
81

11
US












[Academy Award for Best Original Song 1951]
written by Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer
114.
08/1951
76

12
US












115.
08/1951
60

17
US












116.
09/1952
50

17
US












[Columbia 39813]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
117.
09/1952
270

✫1
US










10
UK
118.
10/1952
34

25
US












[Columbia 39838]
written by Ralph Burns, Woody Herman & Johnny Mercer
119.
10/1952
27

30
US












120.
06/1953
161

4
US












featuring Jimmy Sacca
hit for Rudy Vallée in 1934
[Dot 15085]
written by Gordon Jenkins & Johnny Mercer
121.
9









9
R&B




B side to I Don't Hurt Anymore
[Mercury 70439]
written by Johnny Mercer
122.
09/1954
49

17
US












[Decca 29217]
written by Johnny Mercer
123.
11/1954
29

28
US












written by Gene De Paul (as Gene DePaul) & Johnny Mercer
124.
04/1955
63

15
US












[Coral 61423]
written by Johnny Mercer
125.
06/1955
178

9
US










11
UK
B side to Love Me Or Leave Me
[Decca 29484]
written by Johnny Mercer
That Old Black Magic
126.
07/1955
101

13
US










16
UK
#1 hit for Glenn Miller in 1943
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
127.
08/1955
316

✫1
US












[songwriter #1 hit]
[Kapp 116]
written by Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert & Johnny Mercer
128.
11/1955
19

52
US












[Decca 29653]
written by Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert & Johnny Mercer
129.
11/1955
25

41
US












[Columbia 50033]
written by Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert & Johnny Mercer
130.
11/1955
18

50
US












as Jackie Gleason and His Orchestra
[Capitol 3223]
written by Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert & Johnny Mercer
131.
11/1955
16

55
US












[MGM 12068]
written by Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert & Johnny Mercer
132.
11/1955
30

35
US












133.
03/1956
9

70
US












[Vik 0194]
written by Ziggy Elman & Johnny Mercer
134.
10/1956
14

65
US












[Columbia 40746]
written by Gene De Paul (as Gene DePaul) & Johnny Mercer
135.
10/1956
9

79
US












[Columbia 40758]
written by Gene De Paul (as Gene DePaul) & Johnny Mercer
136.
10/1956
51

20
US












[Decca 30041]
written by Gene De Paul & Johnny Mercer
137.
05/1957
75

14
US












[Dot 15570]
written by Johnny Mercer
138.
05/1957
16

49
US












[Columbia 40907]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
139.
07/1957
74

20
US










24
UK
written by Matty Malneck (as Matt Malneck) & Johnny Mercer
140.
06/1958
47

19
US












#1 hit for the Pied Pipers in 1945
[Atlantic 1186]
written by Johnny Mercer
141.
11/1958
55

18
US






26
R&B




[Capitol 4063]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
142.
04/1960
11













39
UK
143.
06/1960
2

106
US












[Astro 202]
written by Gordon Jenkins & Johnny Mercer
144.
11/1960
65

24
US






5
R&B


50
UK
[Mercury 71722]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
145.
11/1960
6

83
US












[Atlantic 2084]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
The Bilbao Song
146.
04/1961
24

37
US












[Cadence 1398]
written by Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill & Johnny Mercer
147.
05/1961
45

21
US












#1 hit for Glenn Miller in 1943
[Cameo 190]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
148.
06/1961
11

55
US












US B side to Fool That I Am
[Argo 5390]
written by Johnny Mercer
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
149.
09/1961
176

5
US










10
UK
#1 hit for Bing Crosby in 1938
[Atco 6206]
written by Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer
150.
10/1961
95

11
US
3
AC




14
R&B




[Vee-Jay 405]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
151.
10/1961
99

11
US
3
AC








44
UK
[Grammy Award for Record of the Year 1962]
[RCA 47-7916]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
152.
11/1961
114













✫1
UK
153.
05/1962
28

32
US












[R]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
154.
05/1962
5

92
US












[Mercury 71958]
written by Johnny Mercer
155.
07/1962
314

5
US
✫1
AC








✫1
UK
[songwriter #2 hit]
hit for Jimmy Dorsey in 1942
[Vee-Jay 457]
written by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger
156.
10/1962
7

87
US












[Argo 5424]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
157.
10/1962
3

115
US












[Dolton 61]
written by Lionel Hampton, Sonny Burke & Johnny Mercer
158.
01/1963
80

14
US
5
AC










[Columbia 42634]
written by Johnny Mercer & Sadie Vimmerstedt
159.
01/1963
43

33
US
10
AC










[Grammy Award for Record of the Year 1964]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
160.
03/1963
2

117
US












[Dot 16439]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
161.
03/1963
50

26
US
9
AC










[Grammy Award for Song of the Year 1964]
B side to Can't Get Used to Losing You
[Columbia 42674]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
162.
09/1963
112

12
US






24
R&B


12
UK
as Rick Nelson
# 1 for glenn miller in 1940
[Decca 31533]
written by Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer
163.
09/1963
3

120
US












[Musicnote 118]
written by Gordon Jenkins & Johnny Mercer
164.
12/1963
33

36
US
15
AC










[RCA 47-8256]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
165.
01/1964
4

100
US












B side to A Fool Never Learns
[Columbia 42950]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
166.
02/1964
19

62
US
17
AC










[Kapp 571]
written by Elmer Bernstein & Johnny Mercer
167.
3



27
AC










[RCA 47-8718]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
168.
07/1965
7

117
US
23
AC










[RCA Victor 8624]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
169.
08/1965
16

78
US
9
AC










[Capitol 5470]
written by Henry Mayer & Johnny Mercer
170.
08/1965
7

108
US
21
AC










[Mercury 72464]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
171.
08/1965
7

109
US
20
AC










as Roger Williams & The Harry Simeone Chorale
[Kapp 55]
written by Henry Mayer & Johnny Mercer
172.
10/1965
13

92
US
10
AC










173.
12/1965
7

115
US
18
AC










[Reprise 0429]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
174.
09/1966
68

25
US
✫1
AC








36
UK
[Reprise 0509]
written by Henry Mayer & Johnny Mercer
175.
09/1966
3

134
US


49
country








[Imperial 66181]
written by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger
176.
2



38
AC










[instrumental]
written by Neal Hefti & Johnny Mercer
177.
5



19
AC










[Columbia 44150]
written by Johnny Mercer
178.
06/1967
23

35
US












179.
01/1968
5

98
US












[R]
[Atlantic 2470]
written by Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
180.
02/1969
5

119
US
29
AC










[Colgems 1034]
written by Johnny Mercer
181.
4



26
AC










[RCA 47-9857]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
182.
2



37
AC










183.
05/1971
26



34
AC








23
UK
184.
01/1972
40













12
UK
[A&M 1342]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
185.
05/1973
18













27
UK
186.
2



43
AC










[Reprise 1347]
written by Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Mercer
187.
21







2
dance
29
R&B




188.
01/1976
2

108
US












[Drive 6243]
written by Johnny Mercer & Rube Bloom
189.
01/1976
76

18
US
11
AC


6
dance
36
R&B




[instrumental]
#1 hit for Jimmy Dorsey in 1942
[Salsoul 2004]
written by Victor Schertzinger & Johnny Mercer
190.
1





89
country








191.
1





83
country








written by Matty Malneck (as Matt Malneck) & Johnny Mercer
192.
2





44
country








[R]
[new version]
written by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger
193.
2





38
country








194.
9





8
country








written by Gordon Jenkins & Johnny Mercer (as John Mercer)
195.
12/1984
12



6
AC








85
UK
[Arista 9295]
written by Johnny Mercer & Barry Manilow
196.
12/1984
9

101
US
12
AC










[Asylum 69671]
written by Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer
197.
3



24
AC










198.
03/1988
3





32
country








[MCA 53245]
written by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger
Peek-a-Boo
199.
07/1988
70

53
US




14
dance


✫1
alt.
16
UK
[Geffen 7-27760]
written by Siouxsie (as Siouxsie Sioux), Steven Severin, Budgie, Martin McCarrick, Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer
200.
01/1994
8













50
UK
It Had Better Be Tonight
201.
04/2011
4













74
UK
202.
10/2012
1













130
UK
[R: Andy Williams death]
written by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer
203.
12/2012
1













121
UK

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