Album The Best of Al Jolson. I’m Sitting On Top Of The World Lyrics. I'm sitting on top of the world Just rolling along, Just rolling along I'm quitting the blues of the world Just singing a song, just singing a song "Glory Hallelujah," I just phoned the Parson "Hey, Par get ready to call" Just like Humpty Dumpty, I'm going to fall I'm sitting on top of the world Just rolling along, Just rolling along
I'm Sitting on Top of the World" is a popular song with music written by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. It was published in 1925. The song was most likely first recorded by Art Gillham (‘the Whispering Pianist’), who recorded ‘I'm Sitting on Top of the World’ on 24 October 1925. Al Jolson's recording was made on December 21, 1925. Jolson sang it in the 1928 part-talkie film "The Singing Fool" and in his biographical movie The Jolson Story in 1946.
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I'M sitting on top of the world, Just rolling along, Just rolling along. A bundle of money won& make you feel gay. A sweet little honey is making me say: I'M sitting on top of the world, Just rolling along, Just rolling along. I'M quitting the blues of the world, Just singing a song, Just singing a song. Glory hallelujah, I just phoned the parson, Hey, par, get ready to call. Just like humpty dumpty, I'M going to fall. I'M sitting on top of the world, Just rolling along, Just rolling along.
Jolson is best known today for his appearance in one of the first "talkies," The Jazz Singer, the first feature film with sound to enjoy wide commercial success, in 1927. Performing the song "Mammy" in blackface, Jolson ad-libbed his signature catchphrase, "You ain't heard nothing yet!" Along with being one of the supreme performers of the vaudeville stage, Jolson was also the first musical artist to sell over 10 million records . I'm Sitting on Top of the World (1926). When the Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along (1926). Back in Your Own Backyard (1928). Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (1947). When You Were Sweet Sixteen (1947).
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