This suggestive song was written by Cole Porter for the musical Paris
, which opened in Atlantic City on February 6, 1928, but was soon replaced by "Let's Do It
." Porter's biographer George Eells said: "In opting for the latter, Cole discovered that there was infinitely more humor in a provocatively insinuating proposal than a direct proposition."
Nevertheless, "Let's Misbehave" is not a bad song in its own right and has been covered by many artists over the years.
Alexander Baron - London, England