Who Sang Sara Smile? Eric Gale

Eric Gale Ginseng Woman cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1977
Genre: Jazz
Style: Smooth Jazz/Jazz-Funk
length: 6:12
producer: Bob James
membranophone: Steve Gadd and Andrew Smith
trumpet: Randy Brecker, Al Rubin, Jon Faddis and Lew Soloff
engineer: Joel Jorgensen and Don Puluse
violin: David Nadien, Harry Cykman, Harold Kohon, Diana Halprin, Max Pollikoff, Max Ellen, Harry Glickman, Marvin Morgenstern and Paul Gershman
bass: Gary King
organ: Richard Tee
guitar: Eric Gale
viola: Emanuel Vardi and Lamar Alsop
percussion: Ralph MacDonald
cello: Alan Shulman and Charles McCracken
saxophone: Michael Brecker, George Young and Eddie Daniels
trombone: Dave Taylor and Wayne Andre
synthesizer & Clavinet: Bob James
Some other versions of "Sara Smile"

Baby hair with a woman's eyes
I can feel you watching in the night
All alone with me and we're waiting for the sunlight
When I feel cold you warm me
When I feel I can't go on you come and hold me
It's you and me forever

Sara smile
Won't you smile a while for me

If you feel like leaving you know you can go
But why don't you stay until tomorrow?
And if you want to be free, all you have to do is say so
When you feel cold, I'll warm you
And when you feel you can't go on, I'll come and hold you
It's you and me forever

Sara smile
Won't you smile a while for me

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Ginseng Woman
  • 2 Red Ground
  • 3 Sara Smile
  • 4 Derabbit
  • 5 She Is My Lady
  • 6 East End, West End

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