Who Sang If I Should Lose You? Julie London

Julie London Sophisticated Lady cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Ralph E Graham
release date: 1962
genres: Jazz Blues Stage & Screen
styles: Smooth Jazz/Ballad
length: 2:50
producer: Si Waronker
vocal: Julie London
composer: Ralph Rainger
lyricist: Leo Robin
If I should lose you
The stars would fall from the sky
If I should lose you
The leaves would wither and die

The birds in Maytime
Would sing a mournful refrain
And I would wander around
Hating the sound of rain

With you beside me
The rose would bloom in the snow
With you beside me
No winds of winter would blow

I gave you my love
And I was living a dream
But living would seem in vain
If I lost you

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Sophisticated Lady
  • 2 Blame It on My Youth
  • 3 Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please
  • 4 You’re Blase
  • 5 Bewitched
  • 6 Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
  • 7 Remind Me
  • 8 When She Makes Music
  • 9 When the World Was Young
  • 10 If I Should Lose You
  • 11 Where Am I to Go
  • 12 Absent Minded Me