It was first popularized by Mildred Bailey in 1937, charting at #4.
It was subsequently revived by Eddie Fisher. His recording was released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-4444. It reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on February 1, 1951, its only week on the chart, at #29. The flip side was Fisher's much bigger hit, "Tell Me Why".
Another version was recorded in 1951 by Louis Jordan on Decca Records.
Yet another revival was made by Etta James in 1961.
Trust in me in all you do Have the faith I have in you Love will see us through If only you trust in me Why don't you, you trust me
Come to me when things go wrong Cling to me Daddy, oh yeah, and I'll be strong We can get along, we can get along Oh, if only you trust in me
While there's a moon, a moon on high While there are birds, birds to fly While there is you, you and I I can be sure that I love you
Oh, stand beside me, stand beside me all the while Come on Daddy, face the future, why don't you smile Trust in me and I'll be worthy of you
Oh yeah, yeah, why don't you, you trust in me in all you do And have the faith I, I have in you Oh, and love will see us through If only you trust in me Yeah, yeah, yeah
Why don't you, you come to me when things go wrong Cling to me and, whoa, and I'll be strong We can get along, we can get along Oh, if only you trust in me Yeah, yeah