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Miles Davis & Bob Dorough (1966) Nothing Like You (audio only)

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Published on Jun 18, 2009

Nothing Like You" was an early collaboration between Dorough and lyricist Fran Landesman. Dorough first recorded it in 1962 with Miles Davis, arranged by Gil Evans, and the brief vocal mysteriously appeared on Miles's Sorcerer release four years later, which puzzled more than a few of the trumpeter's fans.

viz http://www.jazz.com/music/2008/11/12/...
version from Sorcerer

Nothing like you has ever been seen before
Nothing like you existed in days of yore
Never were lips so kissable
Never were eyes so bright
I cant believe it possible
That you bring me such delight

Nothing can match
The rapture of your embrace
Nothing can catch
The magic thats in your face

Youre like a dream come true
Something completely new
Nothing like you has ever been seen before
Nothing like you

Nothing like you has ever been mine before
Kisses Ive known but none so divine before
No one has your magnificence
Who can describe your charms
Id like to make my residence
Forever in your arms

I never knew
How wonderful life could be
No one but you
Could ever do this to me

Call me a fool in love
One thing Im certain of
Nothing like you has ever been seen before
Nothing like you
Nothing like you
Nothing like you has ever been seen before!

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    • Miles Davis
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    • SME (on behalf of Legacy/Columbia); ASCAP, CMRRA, UMPG Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies

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