Oh, How I Miss You Tonight

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"Oh, How I Miss You Tonight"
Single by Jeanne Black
B-side "A Little Bit Lonely"
Released December 1960
Genre Pop
Length 2:56
Label Capitol
Songwriter(s) Benny Davis, Joe Burke, Mark Fisher
Jeanne Black singles chronology
"You'll Find Out"
(1960)
"Oh, How I Miss You Tonight"
(1960)
"Don't Speak to Me"
(1961)
"You'll Find Out"
(1960)
"Oh, How I Miss You Tonight"
(1960)
"Don't Speak to Me"
(1961)

"Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" is a popular song, published in 1925, written by Benny Davis, Joe Burke, and Mark Fisher.

Jeanne Black released a version of the song as a single in 1960 which reached #63 on the U.S. pop chart.[1]

The song is considered a pop standard, and has been recorded by many people, among them Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Glenda Collins, and a Jim Reeves/Deborah Allen duet.

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