There’s A Lull In My Life

Composer Harry Revel
Lyricist Mack Gordon
Year Written 1937
About There’s a Lull In My Life
“There’s a Lull In My Life” was written for the 1937 film Wake Up and Live, where it was introduced by Alice Faye. The song is considered somewhat experimental for its time.


Oh, there’s a lull in my life
Its just a void, an 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
Everything stops but that 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

Session / Album Information


“There’s a Lull in My Life” was recorded on October 14, 1964 and released in 1964 on the album Who Can I Turn To. It was arranged by George Siravo.

This recording released on:

  • 1964: Columbia LP 12″: CS 9085 — Who Can I Turn To
  • 1964: Columbia LP 12″ (Mono): CL 2285 — Who Can I Turn To
  • 1965:  Columbia 45: 3-39085
  • 1973: Harmony LP 12″: KH 32171 — Tony!
  • 1995: Columbia CD: CK 66503 — Who Can I Turn To
  • 2011: Disc #30 in The Tony Bennett Complete Collection (88697874602-JK29) Who Can I Turn To

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