Who Sang That’s All There Is to That? Dinah Washington

Dinah Washington What a Diff’rence a Day Makes! cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Clyde Otis, Kelly Owens
Release Date: 1959
Genre: Funk / Soul Blues
Style: Vocal
length: 2:20
producer: Clyde Otis
conductor: Belford Hendricks
piano: Joe Zawinul
lead vocals: Dinah Washington
double bass: Milt Hinton
arranger: Belford Hendricks
flute: Jerome Richardson
guitar: Kenny Burrell
baritone saxophone: Charles Davis
drums (drum set): Panama Francis
composer: Clyde Otis, Kelly Owens
Did you ever watch the one you love
Slowly drifting away from you?
And you know deep in your heart
There is nothing that you can do
To make her stay
To turn the tide
To ease the pain
That you feel deep inside

When her eyes say it's over and done
Then you simply must face the fact
So you leave and you think it over
But you come hurrying back
Hoping she'll change her mind
Praying she'll take you back
But like the lady said
That's all there is to that

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 I Remember You
  • 2 I Thought About You
  • 3 That’s All There Is to That
  • 4 I Won’t Cry Anymore
  • 5 I’m Thru With Love
  • 6 Cry Me a River
  • 7 What a Diff’rence a Day Made
  • 8 Nothing in the World
  • 9 Manhattan
  • 10 Time After Time
  • 11 It’s Magic
  • 12 A Sunday Kind of Love