The song has appeared in several films: Alladin from Manhattan (1936), The Women (1939), and Idiot’s Delight (1939). Although the song did not appear in the stage show Babes in Arms, it was sung in the 1939 film by Judy Garland. Helen Forrest sang it in Bathing Beauty with Harry James and His Music Makers (1944), Frank Sinatrasang it in The Joker Is Wild (1957), and Diana Ross warbled it in Lady Sings the Blues (1972). According to David Ewen in All the Years of American Popular Music, the song was also associated with vaudeville star Blossom Seeley. Betty Hutton played Seeley in the 1952 film Somebody Loves Me, a biography of the vaudevillian and her partner Benny Fields, played by Ralph Meeker.
I cried for you Now it's your turn to cry over me
Every road has a turning That's one thing you're learning
I cried for you What a fool I used to be
Now I've found two eyes Just a little bit bluer I've found a heart Just a little bit truer