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  1. About “When It's Sleepy Time Down South” 1 contributor jazz song written by Clarence Muse, Leon René and Otis René. It was sung in the movie Safe in Hell by Nina Mae McKinney, and became the.
  2. AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann [+] The sixth title in the German History label's CD box set Louis Armstrong, When It's Sleepy Time Down South picks up the complete recordings of Louis Armstrong as a leader with his spring return to Chicago from an extended sojourn in Los Angeles.8/
  3. Lyrics to 'When It's Sleepy Time Down South' by Billie Holiday. Leon René / Otis René / Clarence Muse Homesick, tired, all alone in a big city Why should eveybody pity .
  4. When Muse went home, he got together with the songwriting brothers Leon and Otis René, and they composed "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" that night. The play had just a short run, but the song got a great response. In , it was used in two films: Safe in Hell (sung by the film's star Nina Mae McKinney), and Heaven on Earth (sung by Muse).
  5. When It's Sleepy Time Down South Lyrics: Pale moon shining on the fields below / Folks are crooning songs soft and low / Needn't tell me so because I know / It's sleepy time down south / Soft.
  6. When It's Sleepy Time Down South. 1 2 C Em/G E7 F Fm C C7 G9 Gdim G9 Dm/G C Am7 G7 D7 F Fm E south. arms, When it's sleep y time down south. love to be in mam my's be long, How I'd I dear old South land with it's dream y songs, Takes me back there where day. 32 2 Pno. 29 Pno. Pno. 28 Pno. 25 Pno. Title: When It's Sleepy Time Down South.
  7. Louis Armstrong – When It's Sleepy Time Down South Lyrics. Pale moon shining on the fields below. Folks are crooning songs soft and low. Needn't tell me so because I know. It's sleepy time down south. Soft winds blowing through the pinewood trees. Folks down there like a life of ease.
  8. WHEN ITS SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH Fm7 Fm/Bb Pale moon shining on the / fields below C D9 Folks are crooning songs / soft and low G7 Gb7 G7 E7 Need not tell me so, be /cause I know it's F Fm/Bb C Sleepy time down / south Fm7 Fm/Bb Softs winds blowing thru the / pinewood trees C D9 Folks down there live a / life of ease G7 Gb7 G7 E7 When the twilight brings the / evening breeze, it's F Fm/Bb C.

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