"Let's Put Out the Lights (And Go to Sleep)" as written by and Herman Hupfeld....
Didn't we have a lovely evening?
Our party was a great success
Oh, didn't Mrs. Smith look stunning?
Did you notice Mrs. Jones's new dress?

Now what did Mr. Brown say to uncle Benny?
Well, I guess it was just one of those things
Brownie had a few too many

Sure was a hungry crowd
They didn't leave a scrap for Rover
We ought to feel real proud
And mighty glad the darn thing's over

No more company to feed
No more papers left to read
What’s to do about it?
Let’s put out the lights and go to sleep

No more anything to drink
Leave those dishes in the sink
What’s to do about it?
Simply nighty-night and so to sleep

You’re waiting now for me to say
I love you more and more and more, dear
You’re looking younger everyday
You never were so sweet before, dear

No more money in the bank
No cute baby, we can spank
What’s to do about it?
Well, let’s put out the lights and go to sleep

You’re waiting now for me to say
I love you more and more and more, dear
You’re looking younger every day
You never were so sweet before, my darling

No more money in the bank
No cute baby, we can spank
What’s to do about it?
Let’s put out the lights, go to sleep




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"Let's Put Out The Lights" as written by Herman Hupfeld

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