Who Sang Ebb Tide? Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely cover art

Some other versions of "Ebb Tide"
Credits
publisher: ©EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Carl Sigman, Robert Maxwell
release date: 1958
length: 3:18
vocal: Frank Sinatra
orchestra: Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
arranger: Nelson Riddle
conductor: Felix Slatkin
producer: Dave Cavanaugh
trombone: Pullman "Tommy" Pederson and Milt Bernhart
bass trombone: Ken Shroyer
French horn: James Decker, Vincent DeRosa and John Cave
flute: Arthur Gleghorn and Harry Klee
oboe: Champ Webb and Arnold Koblentz
clarinet: Mitchell Lurie and Mahlon Clark
bass clarinet: Charles Butler and Chuck Gentry
violin: James Getzoff, Israel Baker, Paul Shure, Victor Amo, Arnold Belnick, Marshall Sosson, Daniel Karpilowsky, Alex Beller, Henry Hill, David Frisina and Emo Neufeld
instrument: Victor Bay
viola: Paul Robyn, Stanley Harris, Alvin Dinkin and Dave Sterkin
cello: Eleanor Slatkin, Kurt Reher, James Arkatov and Armand Kaproff
harp: Kathryn Julye
piano: Harry Sukman and Bill Miller
guitar: Al Viola and George van Eps
double bass: Meyer "Mike" Rubin and Joe Comfort
bassoon: Don Christlieb and Jack Marsh
percussion: Bill Richmond and Frank Flynn
accordion: Dominic Frontiere
First the tide rushes in.
Plants a kiss on the shore,
Then rolls out to sea;
And the sea is very still once more.
So I rush to your side,
Like the oncoming tide,
With one burning thought:
Will your arms open wide?
At last we're face to face,
And as we kiss through an embrace,
I can tell, I can feel,
You are love, you are real.
Really mine.
In the rain, in the dark, in the sun.
Like the tide at its ebb,
I'm at peace in the web,
Of your arms.



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Only the Lonely
  • 2 Angel Eyes
  • 3 What’s New?
  • 4 It’s a Lonesome Old Town
  • 5 Willow Weep for Me
  • 6 Good‐Bye
  • 7 Blues in the Night
  • 8 Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out to Dry
  • 9 Ebb Tide
  • 10 Spring Is Here
  • 11 Gone With the Wind
  • 12 One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)