I'll Remember April (song)

'''"I'll Remember April"''' is a popular song and jazz standard about nostalgia, with music written by Gene de Paul, and lyrics by Patricia Johnston and Don Raye. It made its debut in the 1942 Abbott and Costello comedy ''Ride 'Em Cowboy'', being sung by Dick Foran.

Since then, dozens upon dozens of artists have covered the song as listed below. One of the most notable live renditions of the song is a radio performance by Judy Garland, on a broadcast of ''Lux Radio Theatre''.

'I'll Remember April' can be found in the Real Book tacit vol 1. It also appears as background music in the ''Adam-12'' episode "Something Worth Dying For", in which Officer Reed (played by Kent McCord) is given the Medal of Valor. Provided by Wikipedia
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Author: Johnston, Patricia.
Published 1978
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Author: Johnston, Patricia.
Published 1979
Record Source: Published Materials
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Author: Johnston, Patricia Condon.
Published 1982
Record Source: Published Materials
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Author: Johnston, Patricia C.
Published 1978
Record Source: Published Materials
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