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Bobby Worth

1912-2002 US, Cleveland
Songwriter of Pop, Folk and World
A.k.a. Joseph Harold Wirtshafter

Bobby Worth (September 25, 1912 in Cleveland, Ohio – July 17, 2002 in Mission Hills, California) was an American songwriter. His best known songs are "Do I Worry?", "'Til Reveille", "Tonight We Love", and "Don't You Know?".Worth was considered a child prodigy, performing in classical concerts at ten years of age. In his teens he was performing in Gus Edwards' vaudeville acts. In 1940, at age 28, he moved to Hollywood, California. There he teamed up with songwriter Stanley Cowan in 1941, and began writing for movie studios.

  • Pop
  • Folk
  • World

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