Saddle The Wind
Julie London Lyrics


Sometimes I'd like to saddle the wind
And ride to where you are
We may meet in a valley or on a green hill
Will I be yours? You know I will!

Dearest one, my place in the sun
Is by your side, I know
So if I could I'd saddle the wind
Some starry night I'll saddle the wind
And straight to your arms I'll go!

So if I could I'd saddle the wind
Some starry night I'll saddle the wind
And straight to your arms I'll go!

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: RAY EVANS, JAY LIVINGSTON

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Comments from YouTube:

774892

Such a sensuous sentimental and dreamy voice. Julie London was one of a kind.

Eddie Styles

She sure was..she's one of my all time favorites.

Mike Vallen

This is a very sweet and sublime recording.....sung extremely beautifully.....with an angelic vocal backing and perfect orchestral arrangement .

Eddie Styles

I know Mike...I really love this. So many of her singles are great! Thanks for your comment.

mohamed Elmagrby

Amazing song I remember that good movie .thanks

toyne38

Such a voice!

Almir Lima

Linda música!

Eddie Styles

Si...gracias!

Paul Riofski

Thank you so much, Eddie, for posting this single release of Julie's singing of the theme from the soundtrack of this movie in which she co-starred. " was a 1958 Western film directed by Robert Parrish, written by Rod Serling, produced by Armand Deutsch, and starring Robert Taylor, Julie London and John Cassavetes. The picture was filmed in Metrocolor and CinemaScope. (Wikipedia) This Livingston and Evans composition is not the easiest to sing, as it has a number of unusual intervals.  I also note that this record, released in November of 1957, was one of the earlier instances of Johnny Mann's choral arrangements on record, as the first of his more than three dozen albums on Liberty by the Johnny Mann Singers had just appeared toward the end of the previous year ("Night") after Julie's first LPs had already been issued on the label ("Julie Is Her Name" which was only the sixth LP on the newly established label in 1955, "Lonely Girl" in 1956" and possibly her special edition "Calendar Girl" which appeared in November of 1956, the second LP in a special 9000 series). Another Johnny Mann Singers LP would not appear until 1959.

Kelly Empson

I'm So HAPPY That She Chose The PROFESSIONS That She Did.
SHE IS IRREPLACEABLE !!
ALSO.. THANK YOU SIR , FOR ALL 66.. I ONLY WISH THERE WERE 166 .. lol.. 🤠🖖

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