Who Sang Night and Day? Lena Horne

Lena Horne Lena Like Latin cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Jazz Latin Pop
Style: Latin Jazz/Vocal
length: 2:41
producer: Dick Peirce
conductor: Lennie Hayton
vocal: Lena Horne
orchestrator: Lennie Hayton
Some other versions of "Night and Day"

Like the beat, beat, beat,
Of the tom-tom;
When the jungle shadows fall,
Like the tick, tick, tock
Of the stately clock,
As it stands against the wall,
Like the drip, drip, drip,
Of the raindrops,
When the summer show'r is through;
So a voice within me
Keeps repeating,
You, you, you

Night and day
You are the one,
Only you
Beneath the moon
And under the sun.
Whether near to me or far,
It's no matter,
Darling, where you are
I think of you
Night and day.

Day and night
Why is it so,
That this longing for you follows
Where-ever I go?
In the roaring traffic's boom,
In the silence of my lonely room,
I think of you,
Night and day.

Night and day
Under the hide of me
There's an
Oh, such a hungry yearning,
Burning inside of me.
And its torment won't be through
Til you let me spend my life
Making love to you,
Day and night,
Night and day.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 From This Moment On
  • 2 Take Me
  • 3 Night and Day
  • 4 Old Devil Moon
  • 5 More
  • 6 My Blue Heaven
  • 7 Cuckoo in the Clock
  • 8 Meditation
  • 9 By Myself
  • 10 Island in the West Indies
  • 11 Ours
  • 12 Falling in Love With Love

  • Release information
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin