Who Sang Twilight on the Trail? Nat King Cole

Nat King Cole Ramblin' Rose cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Louis Alter, Sidney Mitchell
Release Date: 1962
Genre: Jazz Funk / Soul Pop
Style: Easy Listening
length: 2:51
Some other versions of "Twilight on the Trail"

When it's twilight on the trail,
And I jog along,
The world is like a dream
And the ripple of the stream is my song

When it's twilight on the trail,
And I rest once more,
My ceiling is the sky
And the grass on which I lie is my floor

Never ever have a nickel in my jeans,
Never ever have a debt to pay,
Still I understand what real contentment means,
Guess I was born that way

When it's twilight on the trail,
And my voice is still,
Please plant this heart of mine
Underneath the lonesome pine on the hill

(Underneath the lonesome pine on the hill)
When it's twilight on the trail

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Ramblin' Rose
  • 2 Wolverton Mountain
  • 3 Twilight on the Trail
  • 4 I Don't Want It That Way
  • 5 He'll Have to Go
  • 6 When You're Smiling
  • 7 Goodnight, Irene, Goodnight
  • 8 Your Cheatin' Heart
  • 9 One Has My Name the Other Has My Heart
  • 10 Skip to My Lou
  • 11 The Good Times
  • 12 Sing Another Song (And We'll All Go Home)

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