Two poor kids on the boardwalk in Broadway revue Delmar's Revels. Originally with more lyrics than what became the standard version later on.
Ethel Waters [with Duke Ellington's orchestra]
Aida Ward [as I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Lindy in Lew Leslie's revue Blackbirds]
Cliff Edwards [n°1 US]
Johnny Hamp's Kentucky Serenaders [vocal by Hal White, oldest recording on Victor]
Katherine Hepburn [in film Bringing Up Baby]
Fats Waller [with Adelaide Hall for HMV in London, one year later with Una Mae Carlisle for Bluebird in New York]
Marlène Dietrich [in film Seven Sinners]
Tony Bennett [and in 2014 in duet with Lady Gaga]
Strangers [as 'n Nief Voituur]
Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields also cowrote I'm In The Mood For Love and On The Sunny Side Of The Street. It was once suggested Jimmy bought the song from Fats Waller and Andy Razaf behind coauthor Dorothy Fields' back. Fact is, when Andy Razaf was inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame and was asked to name his favorite own composition, he whispered: "I Can't Give You Anything But Love".