Track Title:               In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening

Album Title:               Complete Reprise Recordings, disc 7
Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Arranger:                  Nelson Riddle
Lyrics by:                 Johnny Mercer

Music by:                  Hoagy Carmichael     (Hoagland Howard C.)
Originally made famous by: Bing Crosby     (Harry Lillis C.)
From the Album:            Days of Wine and Roses  1963 (M)
From the Film:             Here Comes The Groom  1951 (M)


Lyrics:
Sue wants a barbecue, Sam wants to boil a ham,
Grace votes for bouillabaisse too
Jake wants a weinie bake, steak and the layer cake,
And he'll get a tummy ache too.
We'll rent a tent or a teepee, let the town crier cry.
And if it's R.S.V.P., this is what I'll reply.

In the cool, cool, cool of the evening, tell 'em I'll be there,
In the cool, cool, cool of the evening, better save a chair.
Oh, when the party's a-getting a glow on, and singing fills the air,
In the shank of the night when the doing's all right,
You can tell 'em I'll be there.
(musical interlude)
Oh when the party's a-getting a glow on, and the singing fills the air,
In the shank of the night when the doing's all right,
You can tell them I'll be there.
In the shank of the night when the doing's all right,
You can tell them I'll be there.
Transcribed by Larry Henares of the Philippines
{larryh@mydestiny.net}

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