"The Thrill Is Gone" has the distinction of being included on a 1931 landmark recording. According to David Ewen in his book, Great Men of American Popular Song, "Brunswick Records released a twelve-inch platter in which all the hit songs from this revue were recorded by Bing Crosby and the Boswell Sisters, marking the first attempt to reproduce the basic score of a single production in a recording."
The thrill is gone The thrill is gone I can see it in your eyes I can hear it in your sighs Feel your touch and realize The thrill is gone
The nights are cold For love is old Love was grand when love was new Birds were singing, skies were blue Now it don't appeal to you The thrill is gone
This is the end So why pretend And let it linger on The thrill is gone The thrill is gone