Who Sang My Heart Belongs to Daddy? Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald Ella Loves Cole cover art
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Cole Porter
release date: 1972
genres: Jazz
styles: Soul-Jazz
length: 2:34
producer: Norman Granz
recording engineer: Val Valentin
arranger: Nelson Riddle
vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
bass trombone: Christopher Riddle
clarinet: William Green and Mahlon Clark
conductor: Nelson Riddle
double bass: John Heard
flute: Harry Klee and Wilbur Schwartz
guitar: Ralph Grasso
oboe: Norman Benno and Gordon Schoneberg
piano: Paul Smith
trombone: Bill Watrous, Dick Noel and J.J. Johnson
trumpet: Al Aarons, Charles Turner, Shorty Sherock and Carroll Lewis
tuba: Robert Tricarico and Don Chrislieb
drums (drum set): Louie Bellson
composer: Cole Porter
lyricist: Cole Porter
I used to fall
In love with all
Those boys who call
On young cuties
But now I find
I'm all inclined
To keep my mind
On my duties
Since I've begun to share
In such a sweet love affair

Though I'm in love, I'm not above
A date with a duke or a caddie
It's just a pose, 'cause my baby knows
That my heart belongs to daddy

When some good scout, invites me out
To dine om some fine fin and haddie
My baby's sure, his love is secure
Cause my heart belongs to daddy

Yes my heart belongs to daddy
So I simply couldn't be bad
Yes I'm gonna marry daddy
If you feel romantic laddy
Let me warn you right from the start
That my heart belongs to daddy
And my daddy belongs to my heart

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 I Get a Kick Out of You
  • 2 Down in the Depths
  • 3 At Long Last Love
  • 4 I've Got You Under My Skin
  • 5 So Near and Yet So Far
  • 6 All of You
  • 7 Without Love
  • 8 My Heart Belongs to Daddy
  • 9 Love for Sale
  • 10 Just One of Those Things
  • 11 I Concentrate on You
  • 12 Anything Goes
  • 13 C'est magnifique