Who Sang Out in the Cold Again? George Benson

George Benson Tell It Like It Is cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler
Release Date: 1969
Genre: Jazz Funk / Soul
Style: Jazz-Funk/Latin Jazz
length: 2:40
arranger: Marty Sheller
piano: Richard Tee
conductor: Marty Sheller
bass guitar: Jim Fielder
guitar: George Benson
drums (drum set): Idris Muhammad
percussion: Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco and Paul Alicea
saxophone: Jerome Richardson, Joe Farrell and Joe Henderson
trumpet: Lew Soloff
recording engineer: Rudy van Gelder
composer: Rube Bloom
lyricist: Ted Koehler
The song that you sang so sweetly
You called it our love refrain
It's gone and I'm left completely
Out in the cold again

I dreamed that our love would linger
But just memories remain
As I gaze at that ring-less finger
Out in the cold again

True, it hurts my pride to step aside for somebody new
But deep down inside my whole world depended on you

I wanted your arms around me
To shelter me from the rain
But now I'm back where you found me
Out in the cold again

(True, it hurts my pride to step aside for somebody new)
(But deep down inside my whole world depended on you)

I wanted your arms around me
To shelter me from the rain
But now I'm back where you found me
Out in the cold again
Out in the cold

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Soul Limbo
  • 2 Are You Happy?
  • 3 Tell It Like It Is
  • 4 Land of 1000 Dances
  • 5 Jackie, All
  • 6 Dontcha Hear Me Callin' to Ya
  • 7 Water Brother
  • 8 My Woman's Good to Me
  • 9 Jama Joe
  • 10 My Cherie Amour
  • 11 Out in the Cold Again