Al Dubin wrote the lyrics to Harry Warren’s Lullaby of Broadway ... which won the Academy Award in 1936 for best original song.

They say Noo-York never sleeps ...
here’s how Al Dubin bewitched us

"Come on along and listen to the lullaby of Broadway.
The hip-hooray and ballyhoo, the lullaby of Broadway.
The rumble of the subway train, The rattle of the taxis;
The daffydils who entertain At Angelo’s and Maxis.

When a Broadway baby says "Goodnight",
It’s early in the morning,
Manhattan babies don’t sleep tight until the dawn.
Goodnight, baby! Goodnight, Milkman’s on his way.
Sleep tight, Baby! Sleep tight, Let’s call it a day,
Listen to the lullaby of Old Broadway."

Would anybody like to add a kind word for Tin Pan Alley lyricist Al Dubin?
The Lullaby of Broadway words seem to say it all.