After the Lights Go Down Low

"After The Lights Go Down Low" is a popular song written by Phil Belmonte, Allen White and Leroy C. Lovett and published in 1956. It has been recorded by many artists. The major hit at time of introduction was Al Hibbler, who reached the national top 15.[1]

"After the Lights Go Down Low"
Songwriter(s)Phil Belmonte, Allen White, Leroy C. Lovett

Partial list of recordings


  1. Jet - May 21, 2001 - Page 55 Four years later Hibbler enjoyed his biggest hit, Unchained Melody, from the prison film Unchained. After the Lights Go Down Low also became a hit tune for him. Hibbler went on to record with Ellington's son, Mercer Ellington, Billy Taylor, ..

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