And So to Sleep Again

And So to Sleep Again

"And So to Sleep Again" is a popular song, written in 1951 by Joe Marsala and Sunny Skylar.

It was popularized by Patti Page in 1951.

The Page recording was issued by Mercury Records as catalog number 5706, and first reached the Billboard chart on September 22, 1951, lasting 16 weeks and peaking at #4. [cite book
last = Whitburn
first = Joel
authorlink = Joel Whitburn
title = Top Pop Records 1940-1955
publisher = Record Research
year = 1973
]

It was also recorded in America by Dick Haymes, April Stevens and Margaret Whiting, and British covers were recorded by Jimmy Young and Dorothy Squires. It peaked at #21 in the British sheet music charts.

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