The play on TV's Studio One was about a disk jockey involved in a murder. As he played peekaboo with a psychopathic killer and tangled with the police, turntables all over the place kept spinning a record called Let Me Go, Loverthe murderer's favorite song, of course. On the record, an unknown singer named Joan Weber sang a maudlin waltz in a husky, quivering voice:
Oh, let me go, let me go, let me go,
Let me be, set me free from your spell. You made me weep, cut me deep,
can't sleep, lover, I...