This year, I have an even lesser-known song, "Dear Old Dad" -- without video, alas. It's from a very obscure musical, in fact one of the first that Sheldon Harnick ever wrote and before he teamed up with Jerry Bock -- but oddly didn't get produced until after the two had done Fiorello! and Tenderloin, though before Fiddler on the Roof. This was written with composer David Baker for the 1961 off-Broadway show, Smiling the Boy Fell Dead.
Here's the then-89 year-old Hanick (he just celebrated his 90th birthday last month) at the curtain call. To his left, you might recognized Tony Roberts.