Who Sang I Should Care? June Christy

June Christy Something Cool cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1954-8-2
length: 2:12
producer: Lee Gillette
arranger: Pete Rugolo
alto saxophone: Bud Shank
baritone saxophone: Johnny Rotella
bass: Joe Mondragon
conductor: Pete Rugolo
vocal: June Christy
bass trombone: George Roberts
drums (drum set): Larry Bunker and Shelly Manne
guitar: Jack Marshall and Howard Roberts
piano: Russ Freeman and Joe Castro
reeds: Chuck Gentry
trumpet: Frank Beach, Conte Candoli, Shorty Rogers, Maynard Ferguson and Conrad Gozzo
woodwind: Harry Klee, Paul Horn and Bob Cooper
flute: Ted Nash
French horn: Vincent DeRosa and John Graas
tenor saxophone: Ted Nash
trombone: Frank Rosolino, Milt Bernhart, Pullman "Tommy" Pederson and Harry Betts
tuba: Paul Sarmento and Phil Stephens
Some other versions of "I Should Care"

I know I should pity me
But I don't because, you see
I have loved and I have learned
And as far as I'm concerned

I should care
I should go around weeping
I should care
I should go without sleeping

Strangely enough I sleep well
'Cept for a dream or two
But, then, I count my sheep well
Funny how sheep can tell you to sleep, so

I should care
I should let it upset me
I should care
But it just doesn't get me

Maybe I should find
Someone as lovely as you
But I should care
And I do

10" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Something Cool
  • 2 It Could Happen to You
  • 3 Lonely House
  • 4 Midnight Sun
  • 5 I'll Take Romance
  • 6 A Stranger Called the Blues
  • 7 I Should Care

  • Release information
    label: Capitol Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 10" Vinyl
    script: Latin