On August 29, 1971, an article in the New York Times on productions being planned for the 1971-1972 Broadway season mentioned a new musical by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse that was to be produced by Hillard Elkins. The title at the time was It's a Funny Old World We Live In, But the World's Not Entirely to Blame. The title was later changed to The Good Old Bad Old Days, and the show was instead produced in London rather than on Broadway.
The Good Old, Bad Old Days (no note)
It's a Funny Old World We Live In, But the World's Not Entirely to Blame (Title listed in early news reports)