Philip Springer, Composer of Santa Baby: Other Songs and Career Highlights
                           Philip Springer, Composer of Santa Baby: Other Songs and Career Highlights 


Carolyn Leigh


Carolyn Leigh was one of the most celebrated lyric writers in the "Brill Building" era. Springer and Leigh's well-known song "HOW LITTLE IT MATTERS, HOW LITTLE WE KNOW", is a classic recorded by Sinatra and one of Sinatra's personal favorites. He chose the song to be on his album "Sinatra's Sinatras". 

Other Springer-Leigh songs include "SALESMANSHIP" and "YOU BRING OUT THE LOVER IN ME", both of which were feautured in the Ziegfield Follies of 1957. "WESTPORT" was a cult favorite and feautured on the Julius Monk show. 

Three Springer-Leigh songs, "SALESMANSHIP," "WESTPORT" and "HOW LITTLE WE KNOW" were recently featured in a showcase by Unsung Musicals in New York at 54 Below (11/2014). 

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Philip Springer

This website is dedicated to the works of Philip Springer, composer of the classic Christmas song, "Santa Baby". He started his career in the "Brill Building" in New York City in the 1940s, and continued in a music career throughout the following decades and to this day. 


Music supervisors looking for songs from the 40s, 50s and 60s may find the perfect background song a movie, television, video or other project. Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Dusty Springfield and other notable recording artists recorded many of Springer's songs. 

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