There's a Lull in My Life
"There's a Lull in My Life" is a 1937 song, written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel for the film Wake Up and Live. A "torch ballad", it was released in 1937 as a single and became Alice Faye's only major hit record. Other popular versions in 1937 were by Teddy Wilson (vocal by Billie Holiday), George Hall and His Orchestra, and by Duke Ellington (vocal by Ivie Anderson). 
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