Goodnight My Love (1936 song)
For other songs with this title, see Goodnight My Love (disambiguation)
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"Goodnight My Love" is a popular song with music by Mack Gordon and lyrics by Harry Revel, published in 1936. It was incorporated in the 1936 movie Stowaway, where it is sung first by Shirley Temple and later by Alice Faye. Temple also sings part of the song as part of a medley in her 1938 film Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.
Sarah Vaughan recorded the song for her album Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi (1950) and Ella Fitzgerald recorded it on her Capitol 1968 release, 30 by Ella. Tina Louise recorded it for her one and only album, 1957's It's Time for Tina, whilst Petula Clark also recorded it that year for her debut studio album, You Are My Lucky Star.
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