Who Sang She Was Too Good to Me? Chet Baker

Chet Baker  cover art
Release information
length: 4:43
producer: Creed Taylor
engineer: Rudy van Gelder
arranger: Don Sebesky
conductor: Don Sebesky
flute: Hubert Laws
trumpet: Chet Baker
woodwind: Romeo Penque and George Marge
cello: Jesse Levy and Warren Lash
violin: David Nadien, Herbert Sorkin, Emanuel Green, Harry Glickman, Harold Kohon, Barry Finclair, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen and Paul Gershman
vocal: Chet Baker
drums (drum set): Steve Gadd
lyricist: Lorenz Hart
composer: Richard Rodgers
She was too good to me
how can I get along now.
So close she stood to me
everything seems so wrong now.

She would have brought me the sun
making me smile
that was her fun.

When I was mean to her
she never said go away now.
I was a king to her
who's gonna make me gay now?
It's only natural
I'm so blue.
She was too good to be true.