Who Sang St. Louis Blues? Eartha Kitt

Eartha Kitt My Heart Belongs to Daddy cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: W C Handy
release date: 1998
genres: Jazz Blues
styles: Swing/Louisiana Blues/Cool Jazz
length: 2:48
orchestra: Shorty Rogers and His Orchestra
composer: William Christopher Handy
lyricist: William Christopher Handy
I hate to see that evening sun go down
I hate to see that evening sun go down
Cause my baby, he's gone left this town

Feelin' tomorrow like I feel today
If I'm feelin' tomorrow like I feel today
I'll pack my truck and make my give-a-way

St. Louis woman with her diamond ring
Pulls that man around by her, if it wasn't for her and her
That man I love would have gone nowhere, nowhere

I got the St. Louis blues, blues as I can be
That man's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea
Or else he wouldn't have gone so far from me

I love my baby like a school boy loves his pie
Like a Kentucky colonel loves his mint 'n rye
I love my man till the day I die

CD 1
  • 1 Let’s Do It
  • 2 C'est Si Bon
  • 3 My Heart Belongs to Daddy
  • 4 I Want to Be Evil
  • 5 Just an Old Fashioned Girl
  • 6 Monotonous
  • 7 Beale Street Blues
  • 8 Lullaby of Birdland
  • 9 Under the Bridged of Paris
  • 10 Thursday’s Child
  • 11 St. Louis Blues
  • 12 Uska Dara - A Turkish Tale
  • 13 The Memphis Blues
  • 14 Lazy Afternoon
  • 15 Careless Love
  • 16 Lilac Wine
  • 17 April in Portugal
  • 18 Aprés Moi
  • 19 The Day That the Circus Left Town
  • 20 If I Can’t Take It With Me