Ella Fitzgerald & Teddy Wilson - All My Life (Brunswick Records 1936)





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Published on Nov 23, 2011

"All My Life" is a 1936 song written by Sam H. Stept and Sidney Mitchell. It was originally introduced by Phil Regan in a now-forgotten movie, "Laughing Irish Eyes".

Ella's accompanying by Frank Newton (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Jerry Blake (as, cl), Ted Mcrae (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), John Trueheart (g), Lennie Stanfield (b), Cozy Cole (d). Recorded March 17, 1936, New York. (Brunswick Records)

All my life
I've been waiting for you
My wonderful one
I've begun
Living all my life

All my love
Has been waiting for you
My life is sublime
Now that I'm
Giving all my love

You seem so lovely, so far above me
I'm almost afraid to look
But I adore you, I pledge before you
A heart that's an open book

All my life
Hold me close to your heart
But all else above
Hold my love
Darling, just hold my love


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