Comin' Home Baby" is a song originally written as an instrumental by Ben Tucker and first recorded by the Dave Bailey Quintet in 1961, and shortly thereafter by Herbie Mann. Lyrics were added by Bob Dorough, and the vocal version became a US Top 40 hit for American jazz singer Mel Tormé in 1962. The song has since been covered numerous times. The tune was first recorded by the Dave Bailey Quintet on 6 October 1961, and issued on 2 Feet in the Gutter
Jack Champion Dupree: Early Cuts from a Singer, Pianist and Songwiter Who Took Blues to the World. Champion Jack Dupree. 5 more albums featuring this track.
This song was song by a black gospel male artist, and I can’t put the lyrics together for nothing. To the land so warm in the sunshine, we will all go home. Take the high road home, take the skies road home, on my way, on my way on the high road home.
What song will you find on Lyrics Playground today? WONDER WHEN MY BABY'S COMING HOME (Kermit Goell, Arthur Kent). Kay Kyser & His Orch. vocal: Dorothy Dunn) - Recorded May 1st 1942 Shep Fields & His New Music (vocal: Ken Curtis) - Recorded May 1st 1942 Kate Smith (with Jack Miller's Orch. Haven't slept a wink at night Just worrying if he's all right Wonder when my baby's comin' home. Oh, I really can't help cryin' I'm so hungry for his caress Though I promised I wouldn't be cryin' I'm not brave enough, I guess. Home will be a lonely place Till I kiss that funny little face Wonder when my baby's comin' home I wonder when my baby's comin' home.
This catchy song about the heavenly beauty of a baby girl might grab you on the first beat and never let you g. What seems like a departing message for a child leaving home also works as a reminder for us all about being true to yourself, being a kind human being, and hopefully finding a soul mate to make life complete. Lyrics to watch for: My wish, for you, is that this life becomes all that you want it to, Your dreams stay big, and your worries stay small. 4. Elton John – "Blessed". Album: Made in England. I am so excited that you included it in this list. Great idea for an article!
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|A||My Favorite Song
Written-By – Jack Gold, Moose Charlap
|B||My Baby's Comin' Home
Written-By – John C. Grady, Sherm Feller*, William G. Leavitt
|K11350||Cindy Lord||My Favorite Song / My Baby's Comin' Home (7", Single)||MGM Records||K11350||US||1952|