Who Sang Summertime? Mae Barnes

Release information
Release Date: 1959
Genre: Jazz
length: 2:47
Some other versions of "Summertime"

Summertime, summertime
brought me back to thinking you were mine all those times.
We laid it down and left it all behind, we were blind.

Oh, the summertime.
We could ride, we could ride.
Take my hand and watch the world go by.
Laugh or cry, well we need to try, get off the line, time to fly.
Oh, the summertime.

Go on ahead and let it fade away.
No looking back you know the past will stay.
It's you and me, we could get out of here.
Jump in and go and we could drive for years.
We could feel alive...

Here we are, here we are,
windows down we see a shooting star.
Stop the car.
Waiting for nothing but our beating hearts, going far.

Oh, the summertime.
So feel the air, feel the air,
take the map and point to anywhere.
I don't care. Fingers through your hair,
the sky I've seen is blue and green.
Oh, the summertime.

Driving away, leaving it all behind.
Driving away, just driving away.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 'S Wonderful
  • 2 Blues in My Heart
  • 3 They Raided the Joint
  • 4 Summertime
  • 5 There's a Place Called Paris
  • 6 I Don't Want to Cry Anymore
  • 7 Foggy Day
  • 8 Ol' Man River
  • 9 True Blue Lou
  • 10 Somebody's Wrong
  • 11 Willow Weep for Me
  • 12 Umbrella Man
  • 13 You Came a Long Way From St. Louis
  • 14 Up on a Mountain

  • Release information
    label: Vanguard
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin