Who Sang Beware My Heart? Betty Carter

Betty Carter Inside Betty Carter cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Jazz
length: 5:09
producer: Alan Douglas
piano: Harold Mabern
recording engineer: Bill Schwartau
vocal: Betty Carter
double bass: Bob Cranshaw
drums (drum set): Roy McCurdy
writer: Sam Coslow

Beware my heart
You're getting in too deep
Take care, my heart
This is a bit too steep
Don't listen to the lilt
Of her lovely laughter
For you will cry for it
Forever after
Beware my heart
Of violins in the night
When she is near
They're loaded with dynamite
And you can never finish a dream
You weren't meant to start
Beware, take care my heart
Beware, my heart
Beware my heart
Of violins in the night
When she is near
They're loaded with dynamite
And you can never finish a dream
You weren't meant to start
Beware, take care my heart
Take care, beware, my heart


Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 This Is Always
  • 2 Look No Further
  • 3 Beware My Heart
  • 4 My Favorite Things
  • 5 Some Other Time
  • 6 Open the Door
  • 7 Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
  • 8 Something Big
  • 9 New England
  • 10 The Moon Is Low
  • 11 Once in Your Life
  • 12 It's a Big Wide Wonderful World
  • 13 There Is No Greater Love
  • 14 You're a Sweetheart
  • 15 Isn't It Romantic