Who Sang Something I Dreamed Last Night? Julie London

Julie London London by Night cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Herbert Magidson, Jack Yellen, Sammy Fain
release date: 1959
length: 2:36
producer: Bobby Troup
vocal: Julie London
orchestra: Pete King and His Orchestra
engineer: Ted Keep
composer: Sammy Fain
lyricist: Jack Yellen, Herb Magidson
I can't believe that you're not here with me,
To have a laugh or share a tear with me.
It's all so wrong, it can't be right,
It must have been something I dreamed last night!

To never see your funny face again!
To never thrill to your embrace again!
Oh, it's so wrong it can't be right,
It must have been something, something I dreamed last night!

Those midnight suppers for two,
Our corny duets at dawn,
Those crazy moments with you,
Don't tell me that they are gone!

To never look into those eyes again,
The sun might just as well not rise again!
Oh no no, it can't be right,
It must have been something, something I dreamed last night!



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Well, Sir
  • 2 That’s for Me
  • 3 Mad About the Boy
  • 4 In the Middle of a Kiss
  • 5 Just the Way I Am
  • 6 My Man’s Gone Now
  • 7 Something I Dreamed Last Night
  • 8 Pousse Cafe
  • 9 Nobody’s Heart
  • 10 The Exciting Life
  • 11 That Old Feeling
  • 12 Cloudy Morning