Who Sang The Song Is You? Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker

Chet Baker Reunion With Chet Baker and the Gerry Mulligan Quartet cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1988
length: 3:24
producer: Richard Bock
baritone saxophone: Gerry Mulligan
bass: Henry Grimes
membranophone: Dave Bailey
trumpet: Chet Baker
I hear music when I look at you,
A beautiful theme of every
Dream I ever knew.
Down deep in my heart I hear it play.
I feel it start, then melt away.

I hear music when I touch your hand,
A beautiful melody
From some enchanted land.
Down deep in my heart, I hear it say,
Is this the day?

I alone have heard this lovely strain,
I alone have heard this glad refrain:
Must it be forever inside of me,
Why can't I let it go,
Why can't I let you know,
Why can't I let you know the song
My heart would sing?

That beautiful rhapsody
Of love and youth and spring,
The music is sweet,
The words are true
The song is you.

CD 1
  • 1 Reunion
  • 2 When Your Lover Has Gone
  • 3 Stardust
  • 4 My Heart Belongs to Daddy
  • 5 Jersey Bounce
  • 6 The Surrey With the Fringe on Top
  • 7 Trav'Lin Light
  • 8 Trav'Lin Light (alternate take)
  • 9 Ornithology
  • 10 People Will Say We're in Love
  • 11 The Song Is You
  • 12 Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You
  • 13 Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You (alternate take)
  • 14 I Got Rhythm
  • 15 All the Things You Are