"Night and day... you are the one...whether near to me or far... no matter darling where you are..."
Indiana Jones[src]

Night and Day was a popular American jazz song of the 1930s.

In 1937, after a first date with Victoria Keith that ended with a kiss, Indiana Jones sang the song on his walk home. His song was interrupted by Alec Sutherland, who had waited outside Jones' house, trying to get the professor's attention.

Behind the scenesEdit

The song was written in 1932 by Cole Porter for the musical Gay Divorce, and was made even more famous in 1934 when Frank Sinatra sang it in the film version, The Gay Divorcee.


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