Who Sang Well, Sir? Julie London

Julie London London by Night cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1959
length: 3:09
producer: Bobby Troup
vocal: Julie London
orchestra: Pete King and His Orchestra
engineer: Ted Keep
In this lonely bar, I'm glad that you sat down beside me;
Like your company, like your drinks and all the rest.
Don't feel much like talkin' 'bout this dream that's been denied me,
But as you say, it might be well to get it off my chest.

Well sir,
There's really not too much to tell sir,
I took one look at him and fell sir,
And I am doing not so well sir!

Well sir,
I'd like to crawl back in my shell sir,
But I'm completely in his spell sir;
I think you understand me well sir!

Feelin' sorry for myself,
I know it's wrong, of this I am aware!
Might as well feel sorry for myself,
For I'm the only one around to care!

Well sir,
I guess that's all there is to tell sir,
And so before I say farewell sir,
Make mine another scotch and seltzer,
Another scotch and seltzer.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Well, Sir
  • 2 That’s for Me
  • 3 Mad About the Boy
  • 4 In the Middle of a Kiss
  • 5 Just the Way I Am
  • 6 My Man’s Gone Now
  • 7 Something I Dreamed Last Night
  • 8 Pousse Cafe
  • 9 Nobody’s Heart
  • 10 The Exciting Life
  • 11 That Old Feeling
  • 12 Cloudy Morning