"TILL THEN" is a classic standard song written by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, and Gary Wood. It was published in 1944. The song was a plea (presumably by a soldier off to fight the war) to his sweetheart to wait for him until his return. Like so many similar themes at the time, it enjoyed great popularity when it was released, and a version by the Mills Brothers dominated the pop charts. (Theirs was actually a two-sided hit: the flip side was "You Always Hurt The One You Love".)
Ten years later, the song was revived again. A pop version by the Hilltoppers spent eleven weeks on the charts, while a doowop version by Sonny Till & The Orioles placed on the R&B Charts. The song has continued to be popular, especially with versions by Sammy Davis, Jr., James Brown and Al Martino. A 1963 doowop version by The Classics peaked at #20 on the charts that year.
And now...a few of the version mentioned above (and others) are herewith presented. Go ahead and pick your favorite.
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