Who Sang Just One of Those Things? Tony Bennett

Tony Bennett The Beat of My Heart cover art

Some other versions of "Just One of Those Things"
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Cole Porter
release date: 1957
genres: Jazz
length: 2:07
arranger: Ralph Sharon
tenor saxophone: Al Cohn
piano: Ralph Sharon
vocal: Tony Bennett
trumpet: Nat Adderley
double bass: Milt Hinton
conductor: Ralph Sharon
drums (drum set): Art Blakey
It was just one o' those things
Just one o' those crazy flings
One o' those bells that now and then rings
Just one o' those things

It was just one o' those nights
Just one o' those fabulous flights
A trip to the moon on gossamer wings
Yes, it was one o' those things

If we'd thought a bit about the end of it
When we started painting that town
We'd have been aware that our love affair
Was too hot not to cool down

So goodbye, goodbye, bye-bye, goodbye, baby, and amen
Here's hopin' we meet now and then
It was great fun
But it was just one o' those things

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Let’s Begin
  • 2 Lullaby of Broadway
  • 3 Let There Be Love
  • 4 Love for Sale
  • 5 Army Air Corps Song
  • 6 Crazy Rhythm
  • 7 The Beat of My Heart
  • 8 So Beats My Heart for You
  • 9 Blues in the Night
  • 10 Lazy Afternoon
  • 11 Let’s Face the Music and Dance
  • 12 Just One of Those Things

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