Who Sang Boy on a Dolphin? Julie London

Julie London Our Fair Lady cover art
publisher: ©EMI Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Hugo Friedhofer, Takis Morakis, Jean Fermanoglou, Paul Francis Webster
release date: 1965
genres: Jazz Pop
styles: Smooth Jazz/Ballad/Vocal
length: 2:12
lyricist: Paul Francis Webster
composer: Hugo Friedhofer
There's a tale that they tell of a dolphin
And a boy made of gold.
With the shells and the pearls in the deep,
He has lain many years fast asleep;
What they tell of the Boy on A Dolphin,
Who can say if it's true.
Should he rise from the depths of the ocean,
Any wish that you wish will come true.

You say he's only a statue,
And what can a statue achieve.
And yet while I'm gazing at you,
My heart tells my head to believe.
If the boy whom the Gods have enchanted,
Should arise from the sea,
And the wish of my heart could be granted,
I would wish that you loved only me.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Days of Wine and Roses
  • 2 Call Me Irresponsible
  • 3 (Theme From) A Summer Place
  • 4 As Time Goes By
  • 5 More
  • 6 Charade
  • 7 Never on Sunday
  • 8 An Affair to Remember
  • 9 Wives and Lovers
  • 10 Fascination
  • 11 Boy on a Dolphin
  • 12 Second Time Around