Welcome to the official home of the lyricist par excellence who penned many Popular Standards -- "Blue Hawaii," "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," "Easy Living," "If I Should Lose You," "Love Is Just around the Corner," "Prisoner of Love," "Thanks for the Memory" -- just to name seven.
Welcome to “Zing-A-Zong” Studio, the place where you can sample some of Leo Robin’s greatest songs. The studio’s name was inspired by “Zing A Little Zong,” written by Leo with music by Harry Warren. It was introduced in 1952 in the film, Just for You, where it debuted as a duet sung by Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman. It has since become a popular standard and has been recorded by many artists including Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney, Dick Haymes & Jane Wyman, as well as by solo artists Peggy Lee and Helen O’ Connell. If you want to buy any of these or other songs written by Leo Robin, most are available at Itunes and/or Amazon. Remember, though, when you leave the studio, you may catch yourself “Zing(ing) a Little Zong”