"Sugartime" is a popularsong, written by Charlie Phillips and Odis Echols and published in 1958. The biggest hit version was recorded by the McGuire Sisters, who topped the "Most Played Jockey" charts with their single in February of that year. In 1961, the song briefly returned to the US Cashbox country charts in a version by Johnny Cash, culled from his Sun Records catalogue. The song also makes a reference to the Jimmie Rodgers song "Honeycomb", which had been recorded a few months earlier in 1957.
"No More Sugartime" was released in Feb. 1962 by both the McGuire Sisters (Coral) & The Edward Twins (TwisTime) with modified lyrics by Norman Petty, same music by Charlie Phillips set to the current twist style.