Who Sang A Taste of Honey? Julie London

Julie London The Wonderful World of Julie London cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Jazz
Style: Smooth Jazz/Easy Listening
length: 3:23
producer: Snuff Garrett
conductor: Ernie Freeman
vocal: Julie London
engineer: Eddie Brackett
arranger: Ernie Freeman
composer: Bobby Scott
lyricist: Ric Marlow
Winds may blow over icy sea
I'll take with me the warmth of thee
A taste of honey
A taste much sweeter than wine

I will return
I'll return
I'll come back for the honey and you

I'll leave behind my heart to wear
And may it ever remind you of
A taste of honey
A taste much sweeter than wine

I will return
I'll return
I'll come back for the honey and you

I will return
I'll return
I'll come back for the honey and you

He never came back to his love so fair
And so she died dreaming of his kiss
A taste of honey
A taste more bitter than wine

I will return
I'll return
I'll come back for the honey and you

I'll come back for the honey and you

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 I’m Coming Back to You
  • 2 Soft Summer Breeze
  • 3 Can’t Get Used to Losing You
  • 4 A Taste of Honey
  • 5 Little Things Mean a Lot
  • 6 In the Still of the Night
  • 7 Love for Sale
  • 8 When Snow Flakes Fall in the Summer
  • 9 How Can I Make Him Love Me?
  • 10 Say Wonderful Things
  • 11 Guilty Heart
  • 12 (I Love You) And Don’t You Forget It