Who Sang In the Wee Small Hours? Johnny Hartman

Johnny Hartman I Just Dropped by to Say Hello cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Jazz
Style: Bop/Modal
length: 2:46
piano: Hank Jones
producer: Bob Thiele
vocal: Johnny Hartman
double bass: Milt Hinton
engineer: Rudy van Gelder
guitar: Kenny Burrell
drums (drum set): Elvin Jones
composer: David Mann
lyricist: Bob Hilliard
In the wee small hours of the morning
While the whole wide world is fast asleep
You lie awake and think about the girl
And never even think of counting sheep

When your lonely heart has learned its lesson
You'd be hers if only she would call
In the wee small hours of the morning
That's the time you miss her most

When the sun is high in the afternoon sky
You can always find something to do
But from dusk till dawn as the clock ticks on
Something happens to you

When your lonely heart has learned its lesson
You'd be hers if only she would call
In the wee small hours of the morning
That's the time you miss her most of all
That's the time you miss her most of all


Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Charade
  • 2 In the Wee Small Hours
  • 3 Sleepin' Bee
  • 4 Don't You Know I Care
  • 5 Kiss and Run
  • 6 If I'm Lucky
  • 7 I Just Dropped by to Say Hello
  • 8 Stairway to the Stars
  • 9 Our Time
  • 10 Don't Call It Love
  • 11 How Sweet It Is to Be in Love