"Trav'lin' Light" is a 1942 song composed by Trummy Young and Jimmy Mundy with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. In 1942, with vocals by Billie Holiday, Paul Whiteman hit number one on the Harlem Hit Parade charts for three non consecutive weeks. The song also hit the pop charts at number 23 for one week. The Paul Whiteman release lists Billie Holiday as "Lady Day".

Billie's accompanied by Paul Whiteman cond; Monty Kelly, Larry Heill, Don Waddilove tp; Alvy West, Danny D'Andrea, Lennie Hartman, plus one unknown sax; Skip Layton, Mirray McEachern, plus one unknown tb; unknown strings; Buddy Weed p; Mike Pignatore g & bj; Artie Shapiro b; Willie Rodriguez ds. Recorded June 12, 1942, Los Angeles. (Capitol Records)

I'm trav'lin' light

Because my man has gone

And from now on

I'm trav'lin' light

He said goodbye

And took my heart away

So from today

I'm trav'lin' light

No one to see

I'm free as the breeze

No one but me

And my memories

Some lucky night

He may come back again

But until then

I'm trav'lin' light

Jazz / Pop / Vocal

Jean Bouchéty
Plaisirs D'Amour

Tony Bennett
Viva Duets

Gegè Di Giacomo
Peppino 'O Suricillo / Forse Non Mi Vuoi Bene

Jaye P. Morgan
Slow And Easy

Eddie Fisher
Vol. I

Bing Crosby
Once In A Blue Moon / Give Me A Heart To Sing To

Eartha Kitt
Just An Old-Fashioned Girl

Lill Lindfors
Fri Som En Vind

Michael Bublé
You Make Me Feel So Young

Andy Williams
It's So Easy

The Whispering Pianist
She's My Gal / Mean Blues

Eydie Gormé
Softly, As I Leave You