This song was written by Ernest Ball and Karen Brennan in 1919. Dick Haymes recorded the song in 1944. Ringo Starr recorded his version of the song in 1970. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin. Ringo Starr was backed by the George Martin Orchestra and his version was arranged by Les Reed. It was released on Ringo Starr’s album Sentimental Journey in 1970.
This song was written in 1919 by Ernest Ball and Karen Brennan. It was originally recorded by George J. Trinkaus and His Band. It was later covered by Dick Haymes in 1944. Ken Dodd recorded a version of the song in 1967.The song was a favourite of Ringo’s mother Elsie.
Another favourite of Elsie’s was Someone Like You. It was written by Ralph Blane and Harry Warren and recorded by Doris Day in 1947. She would sing it as a duet with Ringo at the Starkey’s get-togethers. Ringo covered Let The Rest Of The World Go By in 1970 of his album Sentimental Journey.
Now Hear This : Let The Rest Of The World Go By – Ringo Starr (1970)