Who Sang When She Makes Music? Julie London

Julie London Sophisticated Lady cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
release date: 1962
genres: Jazz Blues Stage & Screen
styles: Smooth Jazz/Ballad
length: 2:43
producer: Si Waronker
vocal: Julie London
writer: Marvin Fisher, Jack Segal
All she has to do is say "Hello"
And that's the sweetest melody I know
The sound of angels singing soft and low
When she makes music

Her laughter is an echo in the breeze
That hushes larks and thrushes in the trees
And calms the wave that rushes from the seas
When she makes music

Any time she breathes a sigh
The symphony begins
Every time she says "Goodbye"
A million violins start crying

The song is sad until we meet again
We kiss and then the song is sweet again
But whether she is far away or very near
She makes music only I can hear.

Every time she says "Goodbye"
A million violins start crying

The song is sad until we meet again
We kiss and then the song is sweet again
But whether she is far away or very near
She makes music only I can hear.



Tracklist
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