Japanese Sandman. I am in my time travel hat and Mr. Dino and I have traveled back 101 years to 1920 when this song was written by Egan & Whiting. I opened the fake book to this page and it was the first song at the top. Played it once – played it over and over. So pretty, such optimistic lyrics. Just a happy song. No indication about tempo in the fake book. Sounded like a beautiful ballad that you would play at a nice lounge as background music. Wow, was I wrong! It was a really popular song recorded by many artists from 1920 thru 1953 by both Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Desmond. Also used in Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) with Julie Andrews. It turns out to be a fast ragtime piece. Only one performer played it slowly. So I am now the second to play it slowly. So pretty. I hope you enjoy it. I had fun learning all about this song.