Who Sang Sometimes I'm Happy? Sarah Vaughan

Sarah Vaughan In the Land of Hi-Fi cover art

Some other versions of "Sometimes I'm Happy"
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Clifford Grey, Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans
release date: 1955
genres: Funk / Soul Blues Pop
styles: Swingbeat/Rhythm & Blues/Vocal
length: 2:57
vocal: Sarah Vaughan
alto saxophone: Cannonball Adderley and Sam Marowitz
trumpet: Ernie Royal and Bernie Glow
trombone: J.J. Johnson and Kai Winding
flute: Jerome Richardson
tenor saxophone: Jerome Richardson
guitar: Turk Van Lake
piano: Jimmy Jones
double bass: Joe Benjamin
conductor: Ernie Wilkins
drums (drum set): Roy Haynes
Every day seems like a year
Sweetheart, when you are not near
All that you claim must be true
For I'm just the same as you

Sometimes I'm happy, sometimes I'm blue
My disposition depends on you
I never mind the rain from the skies
If I can find the sun in your eyes
Sometimes I love you, sometimes I hate you
But when I hate you, it's 'cause I love you
That's how I am, so what can I do?
I'm happy when I'm with you

Stars are smiling at me from your eyes
Sunbeams now there will be in the skies
Tell me that you will be true
That will all depend on you


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Over the Rainbow
  • 2 Soon
  • 3 Cherokee
  • 4 I’ll Never Smile Again
  • 5 Don’t Be on the Outside
  • 6 How High the Moon
  • 7 It Shouldn’t Happen to a Dream
  • 8 Sometimes I’m Happy
  • 9 Maybe
  • 10 An Occasional Man
  • 11 Why Can’t I
  • 12 Oh My

  • Album Information
    label: EmArcy
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin