Track Title:               The Brightest Smile In Town

Album Title:               Genius & Soul, The 50th Anv. Coll. Vol. 3
Prime Artist:              Ray Charles     (Robinson)
Arranger:                  Gerald Wilson

Drums:                     Wilbert Hogan
Guitar:                    Elbert Sonny Forriest
Bass:                      Edgar Willis
Saxophone:                 Harold Vick

Saxophone:                 Rudy Powell
Saxophone:                 Leroy (Hog) Cooper
Saxophone:                 Hank Crawford     (Bennie C.)
Saxophone:                 David (Fathead) Newman

Trumpet:                   Marcus Belgrave
Trumpet:                   Wallace Davenport
Trumpet:                   Philip Guilbeau
Trumpet:                   John Hunt


Producer:                  Sid Feller
Written by:                Bob Sherman
Written by:                Barry DeVorzon

Written by:                Ray Charles     (Robinson)
Trombone:                  Frederic Keg Johnson
Trombone:                  James Harbert
Trombone:                  Henderson Chambers

Trombone:                  Ed Burke
Lyrics:
Some people cry the blues, I never could
I had no time for tears, life was too good
I had the brightest smile in town, oh yeah
Till you came along, and you turned it upside down.

Everything went my way, life was a ball
But then you came along and changed it all
You took the brightest smile in town,
Yeah you took it baby, and you turned it upside down

You brought me love, oh tender love
That made my whole world glow
And then you took it all away
Just why, I'll never know

I'll soon forget in time, And smile again
But I can never smile as I did then
You took the brightest smile in town, oh Yeah
You took it baby, and you turned it upside down

Baby, woooh, yeah baby, you turned it upside down.

Transcribed by Todd Peach {todd@thepeaches.com}

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