My Baby Just Cares for Me" is a jazz standard written by Walter Donaldson with lyrics by Gus Kahn. Written for the film version of the musical comedy Whoopee! (1930), the song became a signature tune for Eddie Cantor who sang it in the movie. A stylized version of the song by Nina Simone, recorded in 1957, was a top 10 hit in the United Kingdom after it was used in a 1987 perfume commercial and resulted in a renaissance for Simone.
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Baby, my baby don't care for shows And he don't even care for clothes He cares for me My baby don't care For cars and races My baby don't care for He don't care for high-tone places. Liz Taylor is not his style And even Liberace's smile Is something he can't see Is something he can't see I wonder what's wrong with baby My baby just cares for My baby just cares for My baby just cares for me. My Baby Just Cares For Me" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
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Title: My Baby Just Cares for Me. By: Nina Simone. Instruments: Voice, range: E3-A4 Piano. Scorings: Piano/Vocal/Chords. The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of My Baby Just Cares for Me - not necessarily the song. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements. More Songs From the Album: Nina Simone - Little Blue Girl. vibraphone, accordion: Advanced.
Dick Van Dyke in the 60s re-recorded the song for his album Songs I Like. In the Woody Allen movie Everyone Says I Love You there is an extended musical dance scene of the song performed by Edward Norton and Natasha Lyonne. Holden (Edward Norton) brings his soon-to-be sister-in-law Djuna . Natasha Lyonne) to pick out an engagement ring for his fiancee, Skylar (Drew Barrymore), and the song breaks out. Alex Chilton recorded his version on his album Cliches released in 1994 by Ardent Records