Who Sang When Your Lover Has Gone? Stan Getz & Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan Getz Meets Mulligan In Hifi cover art
Release information
length: 7:17
bass: Ray Brown
membranophone: Louie Bellson
piano: Oscar Peterson
trumpet: Harry “Sweets” Edison
baritone saxophone: Gerry Mulligan
guitar: Herb Ellis
tenor saxophone: Stan Getz
What good is the scheming, the planning and dreaming
That comes with each new love affair
The dreams that we cherish so often might perish
And leaves you with castles in air

When you're alone, who cares for starlit skies?
When you're alone, the magic moonlight dies
At break of dawn there is no sunrise
When your lover has gone

What lonely hours the evening shadows bring
What lonely hours with memories lingering
Like faded flowers, life can't mean anything
When your lover has gone

CD 1
  • 1 Let’s Fall in Love
  • 2 Anything Goes
  • 3 Too Close for Comfort
  • 4 That Old Feeling
  • 5 This Can’t Be Love
  • 6 A Ballad
  • 7 Scrapple From the Apple
  • 8 I Didn’t Know What Time It Was
  • 9 Chocolate Sundae
  • 10 When Your Lover Has Gone