Someone To Love

someonetolove

PROFILE
Composer and Lyricist Bob Warren
Year Written 1943
About Someone To Love
Bob Warren began his music career soon after graduation from Dartmouth College in 1936. Among his songs were “Someone to Love,” and “Number Ten Lullaby Lane.” As a music arranger, he worked on the Colgate Comedy Hour in the 1950’s and was an arranger for the orchestra leaders Al Goodman and Raymond Paige.

Lyrics

I’ve got the blues
For someone to love
How I could use
A someone to love

Oh, how I miss the thrill of a kiss
The ring of a phone
Somebody’s charms to hold in my arms
Whenever I’m lonesome

If I could find my someone to love
I wouldn’t mind those clouds up above
Tell me am I just dreaming or can it be true
My someone to love is you

Session / Album Information

1962-1

“Someone To Love” was recorded on October 19, 1962 and released in 1963 on the album I Wanna Be Around. It was arranged by Marty Manning.

This recording released on:

  • 1963: Columbia LP 12″: P 13575 — I Wanna Be Around
  • 1963: Columbia LP 12″ (Mono): CL 2000 — I Wanna Be Around
  • 1963: CBS LP 12″: SBPG 62149 — I Wanna Be Around (UK)
  • 1963: Columbia LP 12″: CS 8800 — I Wanna Be Around
  • 1995: Columbia CD: CK 66504 — I Wanna Be Around
  • 2006: RPM/Columbia/Legacy CD: 82876 87234 — I Wanna Be Around
  • 2011: Disc #26 in The Tony Bennett Complete Collection (88697874602-JK25) I Wanna Be Around

1962-2

“Someone To Love” was recorded on October 12, 1962 and released in 2006 on the CD re-release of I Wanna Be Around. It was arranged by Marty Manning.

This recording released on:

  • 2006: RPM/Columbia/Legacy CD: 82876 87234 — I Wanna Be Around
  • 2011: Disc #26 in The Tony Bennett Complete Collection (88697874602-JK25) I Wanna Be Around

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