In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

Album: In The Wee Small Hours (1955)
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  • In the wee small hours of the morning
    While the whole wide world is fast asleep
    You lie awake and think about the girl
    And never, ever think of counting sheep

    When your lonely heart has learned its lesson
    You'd be hers if only she would call
    In the wee small hours of the morning
    That's the time you miss her most of all

    When your lonely heart has learned its lesson
    You'd be hers if only she would call
    In the wee small hours of the morning
    That's the time you miss her most of all Writer/s: Bob Hilliard, David Mann
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • M. Turboffy from Alma Co.Sweet. One of many favorite pop & r& r. songs fm. my birth year. Sinatra, Chuck Berry, Little Richard , Bo Diddley & Fats Domino giants in American music history...
  • Jorodd from NjAs perfect a marriage of performance, song, arrangement and recording as you'll ever hear. Absolutely beautiful.
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