There’s A Lull In My Life

Music and Lyrics by Harry Revel and Mack Gordon

Oh, there’s a lull in my life.
It’s just a void and empty space,
when you are not in my embrace.
Oh, there’s a lull in my life.
The moment that you go away,
There is no night, there is no day.
The clock stops ticking
The world stops turning
Ev’rything stops but the flame in my heart
That keeps burning, burning oh, oh,
Oh, there’s a lull in my life
No matter how I may pretend,
I know that you alone can end,
The ache in my heart,
The call of my arms,
The lull in my life.

From Wake Up And Live
Recorded by Ruth Etting on April 1, 1937 in New York City for Decca Records.
Originally issued on Decca 62092.

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