First published as I've Got The Love-sick Blues and introduced by vaudeville singer Anna Chandler. In partnership with Duke Ellington, coauthor Irving Mills wrote It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing, Mood Indigo and Caravan. The other coauthor Cliff Friend sold his share for $500 during the depression. See also under Wah-Hoo!
Emmett Miller [for OKeh (Ralph Peer)]
Emmett Miller & His Georgia Crackers [with the Dorsey Brothers; the version Hank Williams and Jimmie Rodgers knew, inspiring the latter to start yodeling]
Rex Griffin [example for Hank Williams a decade later]
Hank Williams [n°1 C&W, 16 weeks in a row; influenced by Rex Griffin's version, lyric changes included]
Frank Ifield [n°1 UK]
Eddy Mitchell [as Je ne pense qu'a l'amour]
Ryan Adams [on Hank Williams tribute Timeless]