From the eponymous 1964 film starring: Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Joseph Cotten, Agnes Moorehead, Cecil Kellaway, Mary Astor... The original film soundtrack was by Al Martino... ...In 1965 the song became a hit for Patti Page, who took it to #8 on the Billboard Hot 100. Lyrics: Hush hush, sweet Charlotte Charlotte, don't you cry Hush hush, sweet Charlotte He'll love you till he dies Oh, hold him darling Please hold him tight And brush the tear from your eye You weep because you had a dream last night You dreamed that he said goodbye He held two roses within his hand Two roses he gave to you The red rose tells you of his passion The white rose his love so true (Chorus) And every night after he shall die Yes every night when he's gone The wind will sing you this lullaby Sweet Charlotte was loved by John (Chorus) Frank DeVol (Music), Mack David (Lyrics). The song was Nominated for Academy Award for Best Original Song (Frank De Vol, music, and Mack David, I take no credit for any of the photos that were used in the making of this audio/video.