Who Sang It's Magic? Dinah Washington

Dinah Washington What a Diff’rence a Day Makes! cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn
release date: 1959
genres: Funk / Soul Blues
styles: Vocal
length: 2:33
producer: Clyde Otis
conductor: Belford Hendricks
piano: Joe Zawinul
lead vocals: Dinah Washington
double bass: Milt Hinton
arranger: Belford Hendricks
flute: Jerome Richardson
guitar: Kenny Burrell
baritone saxophone: Charles Davis
drums (drum set): Panama Francis
composer: Jule Styne
lyricist: Sammy Cahn
Why do I tell myself these things that happen
Are all really true
When in my heart I know
The magic is my love for you

You sign the song begins
You speak and I hear violins, it's magic
The stars, desert the skies
And rush to nestle in your eyes, it's magic

Without a golden wand or mystic charms
Fantastic things begin when I am in your arms

When we walk hand in hand
The world becomes a wonderland, it's magic
How else can I explain those rainbows
When there ain't no rain, it's magic

Why do I tell me myself
These things that happen are all really true
When in my heart
I know the magic is my love for you

Magic, magic, magic, magic



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 I Remember You
  • 2 I Thought About You
  • 3 That’s All There Is to That
  • 4 I Won’t Cry Anymore
  • 5 I’m Thru With Love
  • 6 Cry Me a River
  • 7 What a Diff’rence a Day Made
  • 8 Nothing in the World
  • 9 Manhattan
  • 10 Time After Time
  • 11 It’s Magic
  • 12 A Sunday Kind of Love