In the Still of the Night (1956)

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Cole Porter
Cole Porter

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"In the Still of the Night" is a popular song written by Cole Porter for the MGM film Rosalie and published in 1937.

Two popular early recordings were by Tommy Dorsey and Leo Reisman. The Dorsey charted on October 16, 1937 and peaked at #3. The Reisman charted on December 25, 1937 and peaked at #9. [1]

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In the Still of the Night mojo

This is an "okay" song. It's got a nice sort of cha-cha beat going, and some nice--but not sheer genius--word play going on. I think my favorite part of the song is the chock-fulla-rhymes windup at the very end: "Like the moon growing dim on...