Nat King Cole - Forever Yours
February 13, 2008 8:50 AM   Subscribe

I'm looking for the complete track listing for Nat King Cole's multi-LP album Forever Yours. Song times would be great if available, too. (Seems like it would be easy to find on the internet, but I have yet to find the complete listing.)
posted by barefoot to Media & Arts (2 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
The 6 LP set is for sale on eBay right now, with a starting bid of $5. You might try emailing the seller.
posted by JParker at 10:57 AM on February 13, 2008

Best answer: Record 1: when I take my sugar to tea / moon love / tell me all about yourself / when I gorw too old to dream / let's fall in love / ramblin' rose / you leave me breathless / only yesterday / those, lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer / lights out

Record 2: (get your kicks on) route 66 / a blossom fell / never let me go / you're mine, you / just you, just me / the christmas song / an affair to remember / funny / there goes my heart / the ruby and the pearl

Record 3: stardust / ain't misbehavin' / straighten up and fly right / who's sorry now / when you're smiling / sweet lorraine / when my sugar walks down the street / at last / you stepped out of a dream / I just found out about love

Record 4: paradise / what can I say after I say I'm sorry / that sunday, that summer / don't get around much anymore / I remember you / answer me, my love / it's a loneomse old town / once in a while / back in my arms / alone too long

Record 5: mona lisa / as far as I'm concerned / red sails in the sunset / if I give my heart to you / here's to my lady / smile / again / because you're mine / oh mary don't you weep / you're looking at me

Record 6: wild is love / there will never be another you / tenderly / a nightingale sang in berkley square / I promise you / unforgettable / exactly like you / song of delilah / little child / these foolish things (remind me of you)

posted by kirkaracha at 11:54 AM on February 13, 2008

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