Ideal remembered for “Zing! Went the Strings of My Center,” Adam F. Hanley was an archetypal Tin Skillet Alley professional who constructed numerous music for stage and film, mainly through the early ’20s. Hanley was created Feb 17, 1892, in Renselaer, IN, and that could inform his initial main strike, 1917’s “(BACK Once again In) Indiana”; created with lyricist Ballard MacDonald, “Indiana” was partly a tribute to Paul Dresser’s sentimental, then-recent strike “In the Banks from the Wabash.” Hanley and MacDonald teamed up for another significant achievement, 1920’s “The Rose of Washington Rectangular,” which became Fanny Brice’s personal melody; Brice also popularized a follow-up, “USED Rose.” Hanley eventually caused lyricist Joe Goodwin, which created music like “Gee, but I Hate to GO BACK HOME By itself” and “Only a Considered You.” Hanley acquired little achievement after 1925, conserve for one main strike in 1935 with “Zing! Went the Strings of My Center,” that Hanley composed the lyrics aswell as the music; a Judy Garland documented the melody and changed it right into a regular. Hanley passed on in Douglaston, NY, in 1942.