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There comes a moment in Breakfast at Tiffany's where Holly Golightly played by Audrey Hepburn is feeling blue, so she pulls out a guitar, settles down on her fire escape, and softly sings, "Moon River". It's a funny song for a New York socialite to choose, but perfectly sums up the public party girl who, in her quieter moments, is a small-town sweetheart. Mercer grew up in Savannah, Georgia and had fond memories of his childhood there, picking huckleberries and watching the river roll by without a care in the world. According to The Telegraph , he started writing a song about those Southern summer days and gently flowing rivers, titling the tune "Blue River" and incorporating references to his "huckleberry friend" as an homage to Mark Twain's Huck Finn and the carefree huckleberry-picking days of his youth. When he and Mancini were hired by Paramount to craft a song for Breakfast at Tiffany's , Mercer adapted his lyrics to Mancini's laconic melody.
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The song has been covered by many other artists. He sang the first eight bars of the song at the beginning of each episode of his eponymous television show and named his production company and venue in Branson, Missouri , after it; his autobiography is called "Moon River" and Me. Williams' version was never released as a single, but it charted as an LP track that he recorded for Columbia on a hit album of , Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes. The song's success was responsible for relaunching Mercer's career as a songwriter, which had stalled in the mids because rock and roll had replaced jazz standards as the popular music of the time. The song's popularity is such that it has been used as a test sample in a study on people's memories of popular songs.
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