Who Sang Double Rainbow? Stan Getz

Stan Getz The Best of Two Worlds cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1976
length: 3:34
mixer: John Guerriere
recording engineer: Stanley Tonkel
bass: Clint Houston and Steve Swallow
guitar: João Gilberto and Oscar Castro‐Neves
percussion: Airto Moreira, João Gilberto, Ray Armando, Rubens Bassini and Sonny Carr
piano: Albert Dailey
tenor saxophone: Stan Getz
drums (drum set): Billy Hart and Grady Tate
lyricist: Gene Lees
composer: Antônio Carlos Jobim
Listen!

The rain is falling on the roses
The fragrance drifts across the garden
Like the scent of some forgotten melody
This melody, belongs to you, belongs to me, belongs to no one

See the way the crimson petals scatter when the wind blows

Ah! The secret sigh of love that suddenly the heart knows

See now a robin's there among the puddless
And, hopping through the misty rain drops
He's come to tell us it is spring

Look at the double rainbow
The rain is silver in the sun light
A fleeting fox is in the garden
Rain sweet lovin'mother rain

That soaks the earth
That swells the streams
That cleans the sky
And brings the blue

See how the jasmin tree is all in flower!

The little brook of clever waters flows into a vast
river

Ah! you belong to no one...

Tracklist
Vinyl 1
  • 1 Double Rainbow
  • 2 Aguas de Março (Waters of March)
  • 3 Ligia
  • 4 Falsa Baiana
  • 5 Retarto en Branco e Prieto (Picture in Black and White)
  • 6 Izaura (You Know I Just Shouldn't Stay)
  • 7 Eu Vim da Bahia
  • 8 Joao Marcello
  • 9 É Preciso Perdoar
  • 10 Just One of Those Things
  • 11 Eu Vim Da Bahia (alternate take)
  • 12 É Preciso Perdoar (alternate take)
  • 13 Just One of Those Things (alternate take)