Who Sang The Song Is You? Nancy Wilson

Nancy Wilson Yesterday's Love Songs / Today's Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Blues Pop
length: 1:58
remixer: Malcolm Addey
producer: Tom Morgan
arranger: Gerald Wilson
bass: Jimmy Bond
bass trombone: Ken Shroyer
guitar: Joe Pass
membranophone: Kenny Dennis
orchestra: Gerald Wilson Orchestra
piano: Jack Wilson
reeds: Teddy Edwards, Donald Ruffell, Harold Land, Joe Maini and Paul Horn
solo trumpet: Carmell Jones
trombone: Lester Robertson, John Ewing and Bob Edmondson
trumpet: Carmell Jones, Al Porcino, Jules Chaikin and Freddie Hill
vocal: Nancy Wilson
lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein II
composer: Jerome Kern
I hear music when I look at you,
A beautiful theme of ev'ry dream I ever knew.

Down deep in my heart, I hear it play,
I feel it start then melt away.

I hear music when I touch your hand,
A beautiful mel-o-dy from some en-chan-ted land,
Down deep in my heart, I hear it say is this the day?

I alone have heard this lovely strain,
I alone have heard this glad refrain,
Must it be for-ev-er in-side of me
Why can't I let it go?
Why can't I let you know?

Why can't I let you know the song my heart would sing?
That beau-ti-ful rhap-so-dy of love and youth and spring,
The mu-sic is sweet the words are true,
The song is you.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Song Is You
  • 2 The Very Thought of You
  • 3 Satin Doll
  • 4 Bewitched
  • 5 Suffering With the Blues
  • 6 Someone to Watch Over Me
  • 7 The Best Is Yet to Come
  • 8 Never Let Me Go
  • 9 Send Me Yesterday
  • 10 All My Tomorrows
  • 11 Please Send Me Someone to Love
  • 12 Blue Prelude