When the Sun Comes Out
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|"Happy Days Are Here Again / When the Sun Comes Out"|
|Single by Barbra Streisand|
|from the album The Second Barbra Streisand Album|
|Writer(s)||Milton Ager (music) and Jack Yellen (lyrics) for "Happy Days Are Here Again"; Harold Arlen (music) and Ted Koehler (lyrics) for "When the Sun Comes to Out"|
|Barbra Streisand singles chronology|
Barbra Streisand Recording
Streisand first recorded the song mid-October, 1962, at Columbia's NYC studio, some months before her first album sessions. This version, arranged and conducted by George Williams, became her first commercial single in November, 1962, with "Happy Days Are Here Again" on the A-side. Only 500 copies of this single were pressed for the New York market, and no copies were sent to radio stations.
Streisand re-recorded the song in June, 1963, for The Second Barbra Streisand Album.
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