Track Title:               Two Sleepy People

Album Title:               At the Movies, 60 Great Jazz Classics (disc 2)
Prime Artist:              Hoagy Carmichael     (Hoagland Howard C.)
Lyrics by:                 Hoagy Carmichael     (Hoagland Howard C.)

Music by:                  Frank Loesser
From the Film:             Thanks For The Memory  1938 (M)
Lyrics:
Here we are
Out of cigarettes
Holding hands and yawning
Look how late it gets
Two sleepy people by dawn's early light
And too much in love to say goodnight

Here we are
In the cozy chair
Pickin' on a wishbone
From the Frigidaire
Two sleepy people with nothing to say
And too much in love to break away

Do you remember
The nights we used to linger in the hall?
Your father didn't like me at all
Do you remember
The reason why we married in the fall?
To rent this little nest
And get a bit of rest

Well, here we are
Just about the same
Foggy little fella
Drowsy little dame
Two sleepy people by dawn's early light
And too much in love to say goodnight

(instrumental)

Well, here we are
Just about the same
Foggy little fella
Drowsy little dame
Two sleepy people by dawn's early light
And too much in love to say goodnight


Transcribed by Todd Peach {todd@thepeaches.com}

Another verse (not present in the above recording):

do you remember the nights we used to cuddle in the car
watching every last falling star

do you remember the doctor said my health was under par
and you my little shnooks
were ruining your looks.......so

here we are...keeping up the pace
letting each tomorrow     slap us in the face

2 sleepy people  by dawn's early light
much too much in love to say goodnight.


(this verse provided by Loren K.)


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