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Koehler started out as a photo-engraver but was attracted to the music business, where he started out as a theater pianist for silent films. He moved on to write for vaudeville shows and Broadway, and also produced nightclub shows. His most famous collaboration was with the composer Harold Arlen, with whom he wrote many famous songs from the 1920s through the 1940s. The two wrote for Broadway, for productions at the Cotton Club, and for Hollywood films. Koehler also worked with other composers, including Rube Bloom and Sammy Fain.
- "Animal Crackers In My Soup"
- "Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea"
- "Get Happy"
- "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues"
- "I'm Shooting High"
- "I've Got The World On A String"
- "Let's Fall In Love"
- "Stormy Weather"
- "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams"
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