Who Sang Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please? Julie London

Julie London Sophisticated Lady cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Cole Porter
Release Date: 1962
Genre: Jazz Blues Stage & Screen
Style: Smooth Jazz/Ballad
length: 2:33
producer: Si Waronker
vocal: Julie London
composer: Cole Porter
lyricist: Cole Porter
Since I went on the wagon, I'm certain drink is a major crime
For when you lay off the liquor, you feel so much slicker
Well that is, most of the time
But there are moments, sooner or later
When it's tough, I got to say, love to say ... Waiter

Make it another old-fashioned, please
Make it another, double, old-fashioned, please
Make it for one who's due to join the disillusion crew
Make it for one of love's new refugees

Once high in my castle, I ran to you
And oh what a castle, built on a heavenly dream
Then quick as a lightning flash, that castle began to crash
So, make it another old-fashioned, please

Leave out the cherry,
Leave out the orange,
Leave out the bitters
Just make it straight, right

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Sophisticated Lady
  • 2 Blame It on My Youth
  • 3 Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please
  • 4 You’re Blase
  • 5 Bewitched
  • 6 Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
  • 7 Remind Me
  • 8 When She Makes Music
  • 9 When the World Was Young
  • 10 If I Should Lose You
  • 11 Where Am I to Go
  • 12 Absent Minded Me