There is a moment in The Pajama Game, the 1957 movie version of the Broadway musical, that has had a history of problems. Babe (Doris Day), has just broken up with Sid (John Raitt), setting up a scene pregnant with musical possibilities. Several were tried.
When the show was in previews prior to its original 1954 Broadway run, Sid sang a song called "The World Around Us," which was dropped as soon as the show hit New York and replaced with Babe singing a reprise of Sid's first-act song, "Hey There."
When it came time to make the movie, Richard Adler (who wrote The Pajama Game score with Jerry Ross) wrote a song for Day called "The Man Who Invented Love," a number shot and later replaced with—care to take a guess?—a reprise of "Hey There."
The saga of the unloved reprise continued in 1973, when the show was revived and a new song, "Watch Your Heart," replaced Babe's "Hey There." The song was retitled "If You Win, You Lose" and it, along with "The World Around Us," were both part of the 2006 Broadway revival starring Harry Connick, Jr., and Kelli O'Hara. Also included? The “Hey There” reprise, this time sung by Sid (Harry Connick, Jr.).