Who Sang After You? Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald Dream Dancing: Ella Fitzgerald & Cole Porter cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Cole Porter
Release Date: 1978
length: 3:15
membranophone: Louie Bellson
conductor: Nelson Riddle
piano: Paul Smith
vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
trumpet: Shorty Sherock, Charles Turner, Carroll Lewis and Al Aarons
arranger: Nelson Riddle
flute: Wilbur Schwartz and Harry Klee
guitar: Ralph Grasso and John Heard
oboe: Gordon Schoneberg and Norman Benno
clarinet: William Green and Mahlon Clark
trombone: J.J. Johnson, Dick Noel and Bill Watrous
bass trombone: Christopher Riddle
tuba: Don Chrislieb and Robert Tricarico
Though with joy I should be reeling
That at last you came my way,
There's no further use concealing
That I'm feeling far from gay,
For the rare allure about you
Makes me all the plainer see
How inane, how vain, how empty life without you would be.

After you, who
Could supply my sky of blue?
After you, who
Could I love?
After you, why
Should I take the time to try,
For who else could qualify
After you, who?
Hold my hand and swear
You'll never cease to care,
For without you there what could I do?
I could search years
But who else could change my tears
Into laughter after you?

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Dream Dancing
  • 2 I've Got You Under My Skin
  • 3 I Concentrate on You
  • 4 My Heart Belongs to Daddy
  • 5 Love for Sale
  • 6 So Near and Yet So Far
  • 7 Down in the Depths
  • 8 After You
  • 9 Just One of Those Things
  • 10 I Get a Kick Out of You
  • 11 All of You
  • 12 Anything Goes
  • 13 At Long Last Love
  • 14 C'est magnifique
  • 15 Without Love

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