Nat "King" Cole - Where Can I Go Without You / When Sunny Gets Blue album FLAC
Album Love Is the Thing. Where Can I Go Without You Lyrics . 11. When Sunny Gets Blue. 13. Someone to Tell It To. 14. The End of a Love Affair.
Nat King Cole Lyrics. album: "Love Is The Thing" (1957). When I Fall In Love Stardust Stay As Sweet As You Are Where Can I Go Without You? Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much Love Letters Ain't Misbehavin' At Last It's All In The Game When Sunny Gets Blue Love Is The Thing. album: "The Nat King Cole Story" (1961) . Stardust" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only. Related artists: Natalie Cole. sort by album sort by song. album: "Wild Is Love" (1960). Introduction Wild Is Love Hundreds And Thousands Of Girls It's A Beautiful Evening Tell Her In The Morning Are You Disenchanted?
Lyrics Nat King Cole. Album Love Is the Thing. Nat King Cole - Where Can I Go Without You? Songtext. I went to Londontown To clear up my mind, Then on to Paris For the fun I couldn't find. I found I couldn't leave my memories behind. Where can I go without you? Tried seeing Singapore, But that wouldn't do. Went to Vienna, But I found you there, too. Even in Switzerland, your memory came through. Where can I go without you? I wanted travel, I wanted romance, I chased that rainbow across the sea. I'm tired of faces, and quaint old places If you can't be there.
Love Is the Thing is a 1957 album released by American jazz vocalist Nat King Cole. It is the first of four collaborations between Cole and influential arranger Gordon Jenkins. Launching the charting single "Stardust", which peaked at the album reached on Billboard's "Pop Albums" chart and tied at on the UK Charts with the soundtrack for the 1956 film The King and I. According to the records of the RIAA, the album achieved gold status in 1960 and broke platinum in 1992.
Where Can I Go Without You? Written-By – Peggy Lee, Victor Young. 17. Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much. Nat "King" Cole With The Orchestra Of Gordon Jenkins - Love Is The Thing (LP, Album, Mono).
Where Can I Go Without You. 05. Nat King Cole "Some performers - like myself - have to be loud and rambunctious more. Cole would sing other songs that used variations on this idea, most notably the famous Blue Gardenia (1953), the obscure Sweet William (1952), and the classic Autumn Leaves (which he would perform for the first of many times later in 1955). The lyric also employs another time-honored conceit of songwriters: the idea that gypsies, being fortune-tellers, are a race of mystics who have the inside dope on fate.
When Sunny gets blue, she breaths a sigh of sadness, Like the wind that stirs the trees, Wind that sets the leaves to swaying Like some violin is playing strange and haunting melodies. Bridge: People used to love to hear her laugh, see her smile, That's how she got her name. Since that sad affair, she lost her smile, changed her style, Somehow she's not the same. But memories will fade, and pretty dreams will rise up Where her other dreams fell through, Hurry new love, hurry here, to kiss away each lonely tear, And hold her near when Sunny gets blue. Ultra-Lounge - Cocktails With Cole Porter (2004). Just One Of Those Things. Where Can I Go Without You? Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much. I Thought About Marie. It's All In The Game. After Midnight (1957). Just You, Just Me. Sweet Lorraine.
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|A||Where Can I Go Without You
Written-By – Peggy Lee, Victor Young
|B||When Sunny Gets Blue
Written-By – Jack Segal, Marvin Fisher
- Orchestra – Gordon Jenkins
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- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): S 45-16303
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): S 45-16337
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): S-45-16303-A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): S-45-16337-A