Ella Fitzgerald - I'm Beginning to See the Light Lyrics

Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book cover art
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I never cared much for moonlit skies
I never wink back at fireflies
But now that the stars are in your eyes
I'm beginning to see the light

I never went in for afterglow
Or candlelight on the mistletoe
But now when you turn the lamp down low
I'm beginning to see the light

Used to ramble through the park
Shadowboxing in the dark
Then you came and caused a spark
That's a four-alarm fire now

I never made love by lantern-shine
I never saw rainbows in my wine
But now that your lips are burning mine
I'm beginning to see the light
Track Listing
Vinyl 1
  • 1 Rockin' in Rhythm
  • 2 Drop Me Off in Harlem
  • 3 Day Dream
  • 4 Caravan
  • 5 Take the "A" Train
  • 6 I Ain't Got Nothing but the Blues
  • 7 Clementine
  • 8 I Didn't Know About You
  • 9 I'm Beginning to See the Light
  • 10 Lost in Meditation
  • 11 Perdido
    Vinyl 2
  • 1 Cotton Tail
  • 2 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
  • 3 Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'
  • 4 Solitude
  • 5 Rocks in My Bed
  • 6 Satin Doll
  • 7 Sophisticated Lady
  • 8 Just Squeeze Me
  • 9 It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
  • 10 Azure

  • Credits
    publisher: ©Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
    writers: Duke Ellington, Don George, Johnnie Hodges, Harry James
    album: Track in album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book
    release date: 1957
    popularity : 685 users have visited this page.
    genres: Jazz
    styles: Big Band/Swing
    length: 3:29
    producer: Norman Granz
    engineer: Val Valentin
    lead vocals: Ella Fitzgerald
    performer: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
    piano: Duke Ellington
    trumpet: Dizzy Gillespie, William "Cat" Anderson, Clark Terry and Willie Cook
    violin & trumpet: Ray Nance
    writer: Harry James, Don George, Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges
    Album Information
    label: Verve
    country(area): United States
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin