Just A Gigolo" was composed by Leonaldo Casucci with lyrics in German by Julius Brammer. Irving Caesar wrote the English lyrics.
Here are two versions -as tangos- by German bands, one with vocal, the other instrumental.
Incidentally, just last week the Unesco declared the tango part of the "planet's intangible cultural treasures." Indeed, a great style of music. I have more than a thousand Argentinian tangos from the 20s, 30s and 40s.
The jazz on line site has a whole bunch of versions of the tune.
|Leo Reisman And His Orch||Just A Gigolo (1931)||67757||VICTOR 22606||MP3|
|Ted Lewis And His Band||Just A Gigolo (1931)||W151206-1||COLUMBIA 2378||MP3|
|Ben Bernie & His Orch||Just A Gigolo (1931)||C7195||BRUNSWICK 6023||MP3|
|Louis Armstrong And His Orch W.b.verlag||Just A Gigolo (1931)||404420-A||OKeh 41486||MP3|
|Ben Bernie And His Orchestra||Just A Gigolo (1931)||C7195||BRUNSWICK 6023||MP3|
|Ted Lewis And His Band Vocal By Ted Lewis||Just A Gigolo (1931)||W151206-1||COLUMBIA 2378 D||MP3|
|Bing Crosby||Just A Gigolo (1931)||61078-2||VICTOR 22701||MP3|
|Jaye P. Morgan||Just A Gigolo (1953)||87701||DECCA 29611||MP3|
|Raymond Scott And His New Orch||Just A Gigolo (1939)||26178||COLUMBIA 35363|