Who Sang 'S Wonderful? Eddie Harris

Eddie Harris The In Sound cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1965-8-30
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz
length: 4:43
producer: Nesuhi Ertegun
engineer: Tom Dowd
piano: Cedar Walton
bass: Ron Carter
membranophone: Billy Higgins
tenor saxophone: Eddie Harris
trumpet: Ray Codrington
Some other versions of "'S Wonderful"

Don't mind telling you, in my humble fash
That you thrill me through, with a tender pash,
When you said you care, 'magine my emoshe
I swore then and there, permanent devoshe,

You made all other men seem blah
Just you alone filled me with ahhhhhhhh......
's wonderful, 's marvellous
You should care for me!

's awful nice, 's paradise,
's what I love to see.
You've made my life so glamorous,
You can't blame me for feeling amorous!

Oh 's wonderful, 's marvellous,
That you should care for me!
's magnificque, 's what I seek
You should care for me.

's elegant, 's what I want,
's what I love to see.
My dear, it's four leaved clover time,
From now on my heart's working overtime,

's exceptional, 's no bagatelle,
That you should care for...
That you should care for...
That you should care for me...

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Love Theme From 'The Sandpiper' (The Shadow of Your Smile)
  • 2 Born to Be Blue
  • 3 Love for Sale
  • 4 Cryin' Blues
  • 5 'S Wonderful
  • 6 Freedom Jazz Dance

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