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Sarah Vaughan - Come Rain Or Come Shine (Columbia Records 1950)

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2011

Recorded for Columbia in 1950 with George Treadwell (Vaughan's first husband) and His All-Stars, "Come Rain or Come Shine" is a popular song written by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. The song was written for the musical St. Louis Woman, and was published in 1946. Recordings were made in 1946 by Sy Oliver (with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra), Dinah Shore, Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes, and Margaret Whiting. Although the song did not actually make the charts in the period following its publication, it has become a standard.

Sarah's accompanied by George Treadwell and His All-Stars, Miles Davis (Trumpet); Budd Johnson (Tenor); Benny Green (Trombone); Tony Scott (Clarinet); Jimmy Jones (Piano); Billy Taylor, Jr. (Bass); J.C. Heard (Drums); and Freddie Green (Guitar). Recorded at 729 Seventh Avenue, New York City, May 19, 1950. (Columbia Records)

I'm gonna love you
Like no one's loved you,
Come rain or come shine.
High as a mountain,
Deep as a river,
Come rain or come shine.

I guess when you met me,
It was just one of those things.
But don't ever bet me
Cause I'm gonna be true
If you'll let me.

You're gonna love me
Like nobody's loved me,
Come rain or come shine.
Happy together,
Unhappy together,
And won't it be fine?

Days may be cloudy or sunny.
We're in or we're out of money.
But I'm with you always,
I'm with you rain or shine.

I'm gonna love you,
Like nobody's loved you,
Come rain or come shine.
Happy together,
Unhappy together,
And won't it be fine?

Days may be cloudy or sunny.
We're in or we're out of money.
But I'm with you always.
I'm with you rain or shine.

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