Who Sang All the Things You Are? Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra Songs by Sinatra cover art
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Jerome Kern, Oscar Ii Hammerstein
release date: 1947-4
lead vocals: Frank Sinatra
drums (drum set): Ray Hagan
piano: Mark McIntyre
trombone: Carl Loeffler, Joe Yukl and Jimmy Skiles
trumpet: Don Anderson, Leonard Mach and Charles Griffard
conductor: Axel Stordahl
arranger: Axel Stordahl
cello: Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton and John Sewell
double bass: Arthur "Artie" Shapiro
French horn: James Stagliano
guitar: Dave Barbour
harp: Irma Clow
saxophone: Leonard Hartman, Manny Gershman, Heinie Beau, Harold Lawson and Don Logiudice
viola: Allan Harshman, Dave Sterkin and Gary White
violin: Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Ted Rosen, Mischa Russell, Samuel Levine, Olcott Vail, Victor Arno and Sol Kindler
lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein II
composer: Jerome Kern
Time and again I've longed for adventure
Something to make my heart beat much faster
What did I long for, I never really knew.
Finding your love, I found my adventure,
Touching your hand my heart beat much faster
All that I want in all of this world is you.

You are the promised kiss of springtime
That makes the lonely winter seem long
You are the breathless hush of evening
That trembles on the brink of a lovely song.
You are the angel glow that lights the star,
The dearest things I know are what you are.
Someday my happy arms will hold you,
And someday I'll know that moment divine
When all the things you are, are mine.

10" Shellac 1
  • 1 I'm Sorry I Made You Cry
  • 2 I Concentrate on You
    10" Shellac 2
  • 1 How Deep Is the Ocean?
  • 2 That Old Black Magic
    10" Shellac 3
  • 1 Over the Rainbow
  • 2 All the Things You Are
    10" Shellac 4
  • 1 She's Funny That Way
  • 2 Embraceable You