Who Sang Stars Fell on Alabama? Johnny Smith Quintet

Release information
Release Date: 1956
Genre: Jazz
Style: Cool Jazz
length: 3:06
producer: Teddy Reig
bass: Eddie Safranski and Bob Carter
drums (drum set): Don Lamond and Morey Feld
piano: Sanford Gold
guitar: Johnny Smith
tenor saxophone: Stan Getz
Some other versions of "Stars Fell on Alabama"

Lyrics
Moonlight and magnolia, starlight in your hair
All the world a dream come true
Did it really happen, was I really there, was I really there with you?

We lived our little drama, we kissed in a field of white
And stars fell on Alabama last night
I can't forget the glamor, your eyes held a tender light
And stars fell on Alabama last night
I never planned in my imagination a situation so heavenly
A fairy land where no one else could enter
And in the center just you and me, dear
My heart beat like a hammer, my arms wound around you tight
And stars fell on Alabama last night

We lived our little drama, we kissed in a field of white
And stars fell on Alabama last night
I can't forget the glamor, your eyes held a tender light
And stars fell on Alabama last night
I never planned in my imagination a situation so heavenly
A fairy land where no one else could enter
And in the center just you and me, dear
My heart beat like a hammer, my arms wound around you tight

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Moonlight in Vermont
  • 2 Tabu
  • 3 Tenderly
  • 4 Cavu
  • 5 A Ghost of a Chance
  • 6 Jaguar
  • 7 Stars Fell on Alabama
  • 8 Where or When
  • 9 I'll Be Around
  • 10 Cherokee
  • 11 Yesterdays
  • 12 Vilia

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