Who Sang All or Nothing at All? Chet Baker

Chet Baker Chet Baker Introduces Johnny Pace cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Arthur Altman, Jack Lawrence
Release Date: 1990
length: 3:18
producer: Bill Grauer, Jr. and Orrin Keepnews
engineer: Jack Higgins
bass: Jimmie Burke
flute: Herbie Mann
piano: Joe Berle
trumpet: Chet Baker
vocal: Johnny Pace
drums (drum set): Philly Joe Jones
All or nothing at all
Half a love, never appealed to me
If your heart, never could yield to me
Then I'd rather (rather) have nothing at all

All or nothing at all
If it's love, there is no in between
Why begin then cry, for something that might have been
No I'd rather (rather) have nothing at all

But please don't bring your lips so close to my cheek
Don't smile or I'll be lost beyond recall
The kiss in your eyes, the touch of your hand makes me weak
And my heart may go dizzy and fall

And if I fell (I fell) under the spell of your call
I would be, caught in the undertow
So you see, I've got to say no, no
All or nothing at all

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 All or Nothing at All
  • 2 Crazy, She Calls Me
  • 3 The Way You Look Tonight
  • 4 This Is Always
  • 5 When the Sun Comes Out
  • 6 What Is There to Say
  • 7 Everything I've Got Belongs to You
  • 8 We Could Make Such Beautiful Music
  • 9 It Might as Well Be Spring
  • 10 Yesterdays