Somewhere Along The Line

Dinah Washington

Dinah Washington


PROFILE
Songwriters Dinah Washington, Walter Merrick
Year Written 1959
About Somewhere Along The Line
Dinah Washington recorded “Somewhere Along The Line” for her 1961 album Unforgettable.

Lyrics

Somewhere along the line
You met this heart of mine
You wooed it and won it
Now you would shun it
Over a glass of wine

Friends knew it all the time
That no wedding bells would chime
I was just a young dreamer, no match for a schemer
Yours was a lover’s crime

Folks gossiped, they said it was too good to be true
They even bet you’d search for someone new
This pendent world of ours was paradise
And I was blind with star dust in my eyes

You’re like gambler with his last dime
I know you will try it one more time
That’s why I pray like Napoleon Bonaparte
You’ll meet your Waterloo somewhere along the line
Somewhere along the line

Session / Album Information

1970

“Somewhere Along The Line” was recorded on September 30, 1970 and released in 1972 on the album Summer of ’42. It was arranged by Torrie Zito and produced by Teo Macero.

This recording released on:

  • 1972: Columbia LP 12″: C 31219 — Summer Of ’42
  • 1972: CBS LP 12″: S64848 — Summer Of ’42 (UK)
  • 2011: Disc #43 in The Tony Bennett Complete Collection (88697874602-JK42) Summer of ’42

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