|Performed By:||Ella Fitzgerald|
Track Title: I Used To Be Color Blind Album Title: Irving Berlin Songbook, disc 8 Prime Artist: Ella Fitzgerald Arranger: Paul Weston Producer: Norman Granz Written by: Irving Berlin (b. Israel Balin) Orchestra: Paul Weston From the Show: Carefree 1938 (S) Lyrics: Strange How a dreary world can suddenly change To a world as bright as the evening star Queer What a difference when your vision is clear And you see things as they really are I used to be color-blind But I met you and now I find There's green in the grass There's gold in the moon There's blue in the skies That semi-circle that was always hanging about Is not a storm cloud, it's a rainbow And you brought the colors out Believe me it's really true Till I met you I never knew A setting sun could paint such beautiful skies I never knew there were such lovely colors And the big surprise Is the red in your cheeks The gold in your hair The blue in your eyes
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