Perry Como ~ We Get Letters 1957
 
Sleepy Time Gal
 
Sleepy time gal,
You're turnin' night into day!
Sleepy time gal,
You've danced the ev'ning away!
 
Before each silvery star fades out of sight,
Please give me one little kiss,
then let us whisper "Goodnight,"
It's gettin' late and, Dear, your pillow's waitin' . . .
Sleepy time gal, when all your dancin' is through,
Sleepy time gal, I'll find a cottage for you.
 
You'll learn to cook and to sew,
What's more, you'll love it, I know!
When you're a stay-at-home, play-at-home,
Eight o'clock sleepy time gal!
 
< instrumental repeat of verse >
 
You'll learn to cook and to sew,
What's more, you'll love it, I know!
When you're a stay-at-home, play-at-home,
Eight o'clock sleepy time gal!
 
~ title song of the 1942 film "Sleepy Time Gal", 1925
Music by Ange Lorenzo and Richard A. Whiting  
with lyrics by Joseph R. Alden and Raymond B. Egan, 1925 
Leo Feist Inc. / Whiting Music Corp.
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Instrumental backing by  "Como's Little Combo"
a section of Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio 3, 155 East 24th Street, New York City
A&R Producer: Ed O. Welker 
Recorded February 19, 1957
 

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