What a Diff'rence a Day Makes

Album: 50 Greatest Hits (1959)
Charted: 8
  • What a difference a day made
    Twenty-four little hours
    Brought the sun and the flowers
    Where there used to be rain

    My yesterday was blue, dear
    Today I'm a part of you, dear
    My lonely nights are through, dear
    Since you said you were mine

    Lord, what a difference a day makes
    There's a rainbow before me
    Skies above can't be stormy
    Since that moment of bliss
    That thrilling kiss

    It's heaven when you
    Find romance on your menu
    What a difference a day made
    And the difference is you Writer/s: MARIA GREVER, STANLEY ADAMS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • AnonymousIs it a public domain song?
  • Traxus from Jomtien, ThailandDinah Washington and a song equals
    the perfect combination of Artist and music with lyrics.
    Nobody does better than Dinah.
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