The song is most commonly associated with Frank Sinatra (who recorded it while he was a part of Tommy Dorsey's orchestra and later for his Come Fly with Me album), but many others have recorded it and it is considered a standard of traditional pop music. By 1966 to 1969, The Supremes (Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson)
Sing this song as a Medley with The Lady Is a Tramp of Rodgers and Hart Album in nightclubs like Copacabana in 1967 and Roostertail in 1966. The album for 1968, Live at London's Talk of the Town had the song included with the same medley.
I'm so tired of this dull routine Up to town on the 8:15 Back at night off to bed and then Get up and start it all over again
Let's take a boat to Bermuda Let's take a plane to Saint Paul. Let's take a kayak to Quincy or Nyack, Let's get away from it all.
Let's take a trip in a trailer No need to come back at all. Let's take a powder to Boston for chowder, Let's get away from it all.
We'll travel 'round from town to town, We'll visit ev'ry state. I'll repeat "I love you, sweet!" In all the forty-eight.
Let's go again to Niag'ra This time we'll look at the Fall. Let's leave our hut, dear, Get out of our rut, dear, Let's get away from it all.