for: Women's choir (SSAA) a cappella
|Scope||8 pages; 22 × 28 cm|
|Publisher/Producer||Barbershop Harmony Society|
Written for an obscure, short-lived musical that never made it to Broadway, this song caught the ear of Nat King Cole who promptly recorded it in 1956 and it became a lesser-known standard in the great American songbook. It has since been recorded by artists such as Johnny Mathis, Dinah Washington, Diane Schuur, and Diana Krall. Accessible and hard-swinging, this is a perfect addition to any male or female quartet or chorus repertoire!