Who Sang I Must Have That Man? Julie London

Julie London Send for Me cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mc Hugh
release date: 1961
genres: Jazz Pop
styles: Easy Listening
length: 2:15
producer: Si Waronker
conductor: Jimmy Rowles
vocal: Julie London
lyricist: Dorothy Fields
composer: Jimmy McHugh
Don't want my mammy
I don't need a friend
My heart is broken, it won't ever mend
I ain't much carin'
Just where I will end
I must have that man

I'm like an oven
That's cryin' for heat
He treats me awful
Each time we meet
It's just unlawful
How that boy can cheat
But I must have that man

He's hot as Hades
A lady's not safe in his arms when she's kissed
But I'm afraid that when he's cooled off
And maybe I'm ruled off his list
I'll never be missed
I need that person much worse 'n just bad
I'm half alive 'n he's drivin' me mad
He's only human if he's to be had
I must have that man

I must have that man

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Evenin'
  • 2 What's Your Story Morning Glory
  • 3 Get on the Right Track
  • 4 I Must Have That Man
  • 5 Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That Cha Do It)
  • 6 Baby Come Home
  • 7 Everyday (I Have the Blues)
  • 8 Yes Indeed
  • 9 Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You
  • 10 Cheatin' on Me
  • 11 Travl'in Light
  • 12 Send for Me