Who Sang I Should Care? Betty Carter

Betty Carter It's Not About the Melody cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1992
Genre: Jazz
Style: Post Bop/Swing/Contemporary Jazz
length: 3:26
producer: Betty Carter
engineer: Joe Ferla
bass: Ariel J. Roland
piano: Cyrus Chestnut
vocal: Betty Carter
drums (drum set): Clarence Penn
Some other versions of "I Should Care"

Lyrics
I should care, I should go around weeping
I should care, I should go without sleeping
Strangely enough, I sleep well
'cept for a dream or two
But then I count my sheep well
Funny how sheep can lull you to sleep

So I should care, I should let it upset me
I should care but it just doesn't get me
Maybe I won't find someone as lovely as you
But I should care and I do

<brief instrumental interlude>

I should care but it just doesn't get me
Maybe I won't find someone as lovely as you
But I should care and I do

And I do

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Naima's Love Song
  • 2 Stay as Sweet as You Are
  • 3 Make Him Believe
  • 4 I Should Care
  • 5 Once Upon a Summertime
  • 6 You Go to My Head
  • 7 In the Still Of the Night
  • 8 When It's Sleepy Time Down South
  • 9 The Love We Had Yesterday
  • 10 Dip Bag
  • 11 You're Mine, Too

  • Release information
    label: Verve
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 731451387029
    script: Latin