Who Sang The Very Thought of You? Nancy Wilson

Nancy Wilson Yesterday's Love Songs / Today's Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Blues Pop
length: 2:53
remixer: Bob Norberg and Malcolm Addey
producer: Tom Morgan and Brad Benedict
arranger: Gerald Wilson
bass: Jimmy Bond
guitar: Joe Pass
membranophone: Kenny Dennis
piano: Jack Wilson
vocal: Nancy Wilson
celesta: Jack Wilson
cello: Edgar Lustgarten
conductor: Gerald Wilson
strings: George Poole
composer: Ray Noble, Ray Noble
lyricist: Ray Noble, Ray Noble
The very thought of you and I forget to do

The little or-di-nar-y things that ev'ryone ought to do.

I'm living in a kind of daydream, I'm happy as a king,

And foolish though it may seem, to me that's ev'-ry-thing.

The mere idea of you, the longing here for you;

You'll never know how slow the moments go til I'm near to you.

I see your face in ev'ry flower, your eyes in stars above--

It's just the thought of you,

(First Time)

The very thought of you, my love.

(Last Time)

The very thought of you, my love.

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