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IN THE HUSH OF THE NIGHT (Lyrics: Sammy Lerner / Music: Al Hoffman) Lee Morse & Her Blue Grass Boys - 1929 Ben Pollack & His Park Central Orch. (vocal: Scrappy Lambert) - 1929 Paulson's Night Hawks (vocal: Elmer Grosso) - 1929 Bob Nichols & His Orch. (vocal: Billy Carroll) - 1929 Mel Morris & His Piccadilly Players - 1929 The Four Deuvilliers - 1929 Into the splendour of midsummer's moonlight we strolled Little we dreamed that the mysteries of love would unfold Although I hardly knew you, although you hardly knew me Kissed by the perfume of summery breezes one evening We wandered along, crooning a song Far from the throng In the hush of the night While the twinkling little stars played peek-a-boo Whispering they knew our rendezvous In the hush of the night The moments passed ever too fast Then we were parted Why was it "Goodbye" just when love started Who calls you divine, whose arms entwine All that was mine, only mine, dear In the hush of the night Just when the night time was kissed by the beautiful dawn You disappeared while I longed to be lingering on Of all that magical bliss, all that remained was your kiss Now I'm alone with a memory of joys I am missing We wandered along, crooning a song Far from the throng In the hush of the night While the twinkling little stars played peek-a-boo Whispering they knew our rendezvous In the hush of the night The moments passed ever too fast Then we were parted Oh, why was it "Goodbye" just when love started Who calls you divine, whose arms entwine All that was mine, only mine, dear In the hush of the night (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - February 2013)

    


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