Judy Album

Artist(s): Judy Garland

Tracklist

Come Rain or Come Shine

length: 3:44
composer: Harold Arlen
lyricist: Johnny Mercer

I'm gonna love you like nobody's loved you,
Come rain or come shine.
High as a mountain and deep as a river,
Come rain or come shine.

I guess when you met me
It was just one of those things,
But don't ever bet me,
"Cause I'm gonna be true if you let me.

You're gonna love me like nobody's loved me,
Come rain or come shine.
Happy together, unhappy together
And won't it be fine.

Days may be cloudy or sunny,
We're in or we're out of the money,
But I'm with you always,
I'm with you rain or shine.

Just Imagine

length: 2:54
writer: Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson
Just imagine
That he loves me dearly.
Just imagine
That I'm here sincerely.
I'm pretending
That he's sending
Love note ending
"I love you!".

Seems that he's there
As the day is closing;
On his knees there,
I hear him proposing!
He's not present,
Still it's pleasant,
Just imagine that it's true.

Seems that he's there
As the day is closing;
On his knees there,
I hear him proposing!
Till I win you,
I'll continue
To imagine that it's true.

I Feel a Song Comin' On

length: 2:08
lyricist: Dorothy Fields
composer: Jimmy McHugh, George Oppenheimer
I feel a song coming on
And I'm a-warning you
It's a victorious, happy and glorious new strain
I feel a song coming on
It's a melody full of the laughter
Of children out after the rain

You'll hear a tuneful story
Ringing through you
Love and glory, hallelujah
And now that my troubles are gone
Let those heavenly drums go on drumming
'Cause I feel a song coming on

You'll hear a tuneful story
Ringing through you
Love and glory, hallelujah
And now that my troubles are gone
Let those heavenly drums go on drumming
'Cause I feel a song coming on

Last Night When We Were Young

length: 3:27
composer: Harold Arlen
lyricist: Yip Harburg
Last night when we were young
Love was a star, a song unsung
Life was so new, so real so right
Ages ago last night

Today the world is old
You flew away and time grew cold
Where is that star that shone so bright
Ages ago last night?

To think that spring had depended
On merely this: a look, a kiss
To think that something so splendid
Could slip away in one little daybreak

So now, let's reminisce
And recollect the sighs and the kisses
The arms that clung

When we were young last night

Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries

length: 1:58
composer: Ray Henderson
lyricist: Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva
People are queer, they're always crowing, scrambling and rushing about
Why don't they stop someday, address themselves this way?
Why are we here? Where are we going? It's time that we found out
We're not here to stay; we're on a short holiday

Life is just a bowl of cherries
Don't take it serious; it's too mysterious
You work, you save, you worry so
But you can't take your dough when you go, go, go

So keep repeating it's the berries
The strongest oak must fall
The sweet things in life, to you were just loaned
So how can you lose what you've never owned?
Life is just a bowl of cherries
So live and laugh at it all

Life is just a bowl of cherries
Don't take it serious; it's too mysterious
At eight each morning I have got a date
To take my plunge 'round the Empire State
You'll admit it's not the berries
In a building that's so tall
There's a guy in the show, the girls love to kiss
Get thousands a week just for crooning like this
Life is just a bowl of, aw, nuts!
So live and laugh at it all!

April Showers

length: 3:17
composer: Louis Silvers
lyricist: Buddy DeSylva
When April showers may come your way
They bring the flowers that bloom in May
So when it's raining have no regrets
Because it isn't raining rain you know
It's raining violets

And when you see clouds up on a hill
You know they'll bring crowds of daffodils
So just keep looking for a bluebird
And listening for his song
Whenever April showers come along

And when you see clouds up on the hill
You know there'll be crowds of daffodils
So just keep looking for a bluebird
And listening for his song
Whenever April showers come a-long...

I Will Come Back

length: 2:18

I will come back when the elephants roost in the trees
I will come back when the birds make love to the bees
I will come back when the sun refuses to shine
And President Coolidge is a cousin of mine

I will come back when the fish walk around on two feet
And promenade up and down on Washington Street
When the snow has turned from white to blue
Then maybe I will come back to you

Whistler's mother is a sister of mine

When the snow has turned from white to blue
Then maybe I will come back to you
Yes, maybe I'll come back
Could be I'll be back
Maybe I'll come back to you

Dirty Hands, Dirty Face

length: 4:25
Wonderful pals are always hard to find
Some folks have one, some folks have none
And I was alone for years, but fate was kind
And in the end, sent me a friend
Although he's not much higher than my knee
Still he's the greatest thing on earth to me

Dirty hands, dirty face
Leads the neighbours a chase
But his smile is as cute as can be
Making noise, breaking toys
He's always fighting the boys
But his eyes, they're a vision to see

And when my work is done
Coming home from the setting sun
To the gate he will start to run
And then I'll kiss my boy

Dirty hands, dirty face
Little devil, that's what they say
But to me he's an angel of joy

Dirty hands, dirty face
Leads the neighbours a chase
But his smile, his little smile, is as cute as can be
Making noise, breaking toys, Ha-ha-ha
He's always fighting the boys
But his eyes, they're his Mother's
And they're a vision to me

And when my work is done
Coming home, coming home to the setting sun
From the gate he'll start to run
And then, Ohhh! I'll kiss my boy

Dirty hands, dirty face
Little devil, that's what they say
But to me he's an angel of joy

Lucky Day

length: 2:45
composer: Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva
lyricist: Lew Brown
I'm sitting on top of this great big wonderful world
'Cause this is my lucky day, lucky day

Oh boy, I'm lucky
I'll say I'm lucky
This is my lucky day

I'm all in clover
I'm glad all over
I want to shout "hooray"

I find a horseshoe
Couldn't go wrong
And then of course
You happened along

Oh boy, I'm lucky
I'll say I'm lucky
This is my lucky day

Oh boy, I'm lucky
I'll say I'm lucky
This is my lucky day

Memories of You

length: 3:36
composer: Eubie Blake
lyricist: Andy Razaf
Waking skies
At Sunrise,
Every sunset too,
Seems to be
Bringing me
Memories of you.

Here and there,
Everywhere,
Scenes that we once knew,
And they all
Just recall
Memories of you.

How I wish I could forget
Those happy yesteryears
That have left a rosary of tears.

Your face beams
In my dreams,
Spite of all I do!
Everything
Seems to bring
Memories of you.

How I wish I could forget
Those happy yesteryears
That have left a rosary of tears.

Your face beams
In my dreams,
Spite of all I do!
Everything
Seems to bring
Memories,
All those memories of you.

Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home

length: 4:05
Free and easy, that's my style
Howdy-do me, watch me smile
Fare-thee-well me after a while
'Cause I gotta roam
And any place I hang my hat is home

Sweetenin' water, cherry wine
Thank you kindly, suits me fine
Kansas City, Caroline
That's my honeycomb
'Cause any place I hang my hat is home

Birds roostin' in a tree
Pick up and go, and the goin' proves
That's how it oughta be
I pick up too when the spirit moves me
(I go where it behoves me)
Cross the river, 'round the bend
"Hello stranger!", "So long friend!"
There's a voice in the lonesome wind
That keeps whisp'ring, "Roam!"
I'm going where a welcome mat is
No matter where that is
'Cause any place I hang my hat is home