Who Sang My Reverie? Betty Carter

Betty Carter The Modern Sound of Betty Carter cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1960
Genre: Jazz
length: 2:52
producer: Betty Carter and Sid Feller
engineer: William McMeekin
arranger: Richard Wess
conductor: Richard Wess
vocal: Betty Carter
Some other versions of "My Reverie"

Lyrics
Our love is a dream, but in my reverie
I can see that this love was meant for me
Only a poor fool never schooled in the whirlpool
Of romance could be so cruel as you are to me
My dreams are as worthless as tin to me
Without you life will never begin to be
So love me as I love you in my reverie
Make my dream a reality
Let's dispense with formality
Come to me in my reverie

Our love is a dream, but in my reverie
I can see that this love was meant for me
Only a poor fool never schooled in the whirlpool
Of romance could be so cruel as you are to me
My dreams are as worthless as tin to me
Without you life will never begin to be
So love me as I love you in my reverie
Make my dream a reality
Let's dispense with formality
Come to me in my reverie

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 What A Little Moonlight Can Do
  • 2 There's No You
  • 3 I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire
  • 4 Remember
  • 5 My Reverie
  • 6 Mean to Me
  • 7 Don't Weep for the Lady
  • 8 Jazz (Ain't Nothin' But Soul)
  • 9 For You
  • 10 Stormy Weather
  • 11 At Sundown
  • 12 On the Alamo

  • Release information
    label: ABC-Paramount
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin