Who Sang If You Could See Me Now? Milt Jackson

Release information
length: 5:17
arranger: Tadd Dameron
piano: Hank Jones
conductor: Tadd Dameron
baritone saxophone: Tate Houston
bass: Ron Carter
French horn: Willie Ruff
trombone: Jimmy Cleveland and Melba Liston
trumpet: Clark Terry, Dave Burns and Doc Severinsen
vibraphone: Milt Jackson
woodwind: George Dorsey, James Moody, Jerome Richardson and Jimmy Heath
drums (drum set): Connie Kay
arranger: Joe Lovano
composer: Tadd Dameron
lyricist: Carl Sigman
If you could see me now, you'd know how blue I've been
One look is all you'd need to see the mood I'm in.
Perhaps then you'd realize I'm still in love with you.
If you could see me now, you'd find me being brave
And trying awfully hard to make my tears behave
But that's quite impossible, I'm still in love with you.

You'll happen my way on some mem'rable day
And the month will be May for a while.
I'll try to smile but can I play the part
Without my heart behind the smile?

The way I feel for you I never could disguise
The look of love is written plainly in my eyes.
I think you'd be mine again if you could see me now.