Who Sang (Blue) By Myself? Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin Once in a Lifetime cover art
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: J. Leslie Mc Farland, Joe Bailey
release date: 1969
genres: Electronic Funk / Soul Pop
styles: Synth-pop/Rhythm & Blues/Soul/Vocal
length: 2:40
piano: Ray Bryant
bass: Bill Lee
guitar: Chauncey Westbrook
tenor saxophone: Al Sears
trombone: Quentin Jackson
drums (drum set): Sticks Evans
Feeling mighty blue
By myself
One ol' lonesome shoe
By myself
Now that love's behind me
You'll find me
By myself

I just and stare
At the floor
Just don't seem to care
Since my baby's gone
Got a padlock on my door

That old black cat
Keeps hangin' 'round
But I ain't blaming him
'Cause things are bad
It ain't his fault
I've gone and lost
The only love
I ever had

I miss him so
It's no life
And I'm so "double o"
I could die
So I'll be here
Just me here
By myself

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 (Blue) By Myself
  • 2 Look for the Silver Lining
  • 3 I May Never Get to Heaven
  • 4 My Guy
  • 5 Once in a Lifetime
  • 6 Moon River
  • 7 Exactly Like You
  • 8 If I Had a Hammer
  • 9 Unforgettable

  • Album Information
    label: CBS
    country(area): Europe
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin