Who Sang All the Way? Etta Jones

Etta Jones Don't Go to Strangers cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1960
Genre: Jazz Blues
Style: Cool Jazz/Post Bop
length: 4:40
piano: Richard Wyands
bass: George Duvivier
recording engineer: Rudy van Gelder
drums (drum set): Roy Haynes
guitar: Skeeter Best
vocal: Etta Jones
woodwind: Frank Wess
lyricist: Sammy Cahn
writer: Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen
composer: Jimmy Van Heusen
When somebody loves you
It's no good unless he loves you all the way
Happy to be near you
When you need someone to cheer you all the way

Taller than the tallest tree is
That's how it's got to feel
Deeper than the deep blue sea is
That's how deep it goes if it's real

When somebody needs you
It's no good unless he needs you all the way
Through the good or lean years
And for all the in-between years come what may

Who knows where the road will lead us
Only a fool would say
But if you'll let me love you
It's for sure I'm gonna love you all the way all the way

Deeper than the deep blue sea is
That's how deep it goes if it's real

So, if you'll let me love you
It's for sure I'm gonna love you all the way all the way

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Yes Sir, That's My Baby
  • 2 Don't Go to Strangers
  • 3 I Love Paris
  • 4 Fine and Mellow
  • 5 Where or When
  • 6 If I Had You
  • 7 On the Street Where You Live
  • 8 Something to Remember You By
  • 9 Bye Bye Blackbird
  • 10 All the Way