Ella Fitzgerald recorded “All Through the Night” for her 1956 album titled “Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Song Book.” This album is part of Fitzgerald’s series of recordings where she covered the songs of various composers, showcasing her mastery of the American Songbook.

About The Song

“All Through the Night” is a classic Cole Porter composition, known for its sophisticated melody and romantic lyrics. Fitzgerald’s rendition of the song is characterized by her impeccable vocal technique, nuanced phrasing, and the ability to convey the emotional depth of the lyrics. The album as a whole is a remarkable showcase of Fitzgerald’s talent and her ability to interpret and elevate the works of great songwriters.

Ella Fitzgerald’s “Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Song Book” is considered a landmark in the genre of vocal jazz, and her version of “All Through the Night” is just one example of her artistry and contribution to the rich legacy of American popular music.



🎵 Let’s sing along with the lyrics! 🎤

The day is my enemy, the night my friend
For I’m always so alone
Till the day draws to an end
But when the sun goes down
And the moon comes through
To the monotone of the evening’s drone
I’m all alone with you
All through the night
I delight in your love
All through the night, you’re so close to me
All through the night, from a height far above
You and your love brings me ecstasy
When dawn comes to waken me
You’re never there at all
I know you’ve forsaken me
Till the shadows fall
But then once again
I can dream
I’ve the right
To be close to you
All through the night

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