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Dean Martin – All In A Night's Work lyrics

When Paul Revere went riding while the stars were burning bright
It was all it was all it was all in a night's work
When Edison stayed up so late he finally saw the light
It was all it was all it was all in a night's work

And when a girl and fellow get underneath that moon
It's not a long shot you can bet on something happening soon
So when they ask me just how come I came up winning you
Though it took hours of flowers and the wining and dining and telephone calls to get the pot to perk
I smile and say it was all in a night's work

It was all it was all it was all in a night's work

It was all it was all it was all in a night's work

And when a girl and fellow get underneath that moon
It's not a long shot you can bet on something happening soon
So when they ask me just how come I came up winning you
Though it took hours of flowers and the wining and dining and telephone calls to get the pot to perk
I smile and say it was
All in a night's work
All in a night's work



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