'N Everything

"'N Everything"
Composer(s)Gus Kahn
B.G. "Buddy" DeSylva

"'N Everything" is an Al Jolson song by songwriters B.G. "Buddy" DeSylva and Gus Kahn.[2] Jolson adapted the song with improvisation as performances of Sinbad progressed, leading Jolson to eventually be given co-lyricist cr on the song.[3] The success of "'N Everything" prompted Jolson to ask DeSylva for further songs. And DeSylva complied with his request to write some songs, including "I'll Say She Does", again with Kahn and Jolson listed as his collaborators.[4]


Jolson recorded "'N Everything" in 1917 and then interpolated the song into Sinbad at New York's Winter Garden Theatre in 1918.[5]


  1. ^ Collected Works of Al Jolson : Al Jolson.Internet Archive.February 20, 2004.
  2. ^ Jay Robert Nash (1 November 2019). The Encyclopedia of Best Films: A Century of All the Finest Movies, S-U. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 2288–. ISBN 978-1-5381-3417-7.
  3. ^ Goldman, Herbert G. (1988). Jolson: The Legend Comes to Life. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 95. ISBN 0195055055.
  4. ^ Philip Furia (2002). American Song Lyricists, 1920-1960. Gale Group. ISBN 978-0-7876-6009-3.
  5. ^ Furia, Philip (2002). American Song Lyricists, 1920-1960. New York: Gale Group. p. 89. ISBN 0787660094.