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My Coloring Book

"My Coloring Book / Lover, Come Back To Me"
The Second Barbra Streisand Album
Released November 1962
Format Vinyl single
Recorded 1962
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Fred Ebb and John Kander
Producer Mike Berniker
Barbra Streisand singles chronology

"Happy Days Are Here Again" / "When the Sun Comes Out" "My Coloring Book" / "Lover, Come Back To Me" "People" / "I Am Woman"

"My Coloring Book" is a song written by Fred Ebb and John Kander.

Barbra Streisand version

Arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey, the song was released as Barbra Streisand's second single release in November 1962, as a double single with "Lover, Come Back To Me".[1]

Produced by Mike Berniker, and recorded before Barbra's first album sessions, the single was sent to radio.[2]

This 1962 version was re-released as a single in March 1965 as part of the "Hall of Fame" series with the 1962 recording of "Happy Days Are Here Again".[2]

Barbra later re-recorded the song for her second album "The Second Barbra Streisand Album".

Official versions

  • "My Coloring Book" (1962 Version)
  • "My Coloring Book" (1963 Version) / (Album Version)
"Happy Days Are Here Again / My Coloring Book"
Single by Barbra Streisand
from the album The Barbra Streisand Album
Released March 1965
Format Vinyl single
Recorded 1962
Genre Pop
Writer(s) Fred Ebb and John Kander
Barbra Streisand singles chronology

"Why Did I Choose You?" "Happy Days Are Here Again" / "My Coloring Book" "My Man

Sandy Stewart version

The song was recorded by Sandy Stewart and released as a single with "I Heard You Cry Last Night" as a b-side in 1962.

"My Coloring Book"
Single by Sandy Stewart
from the album My Coloring Book
Format Vinyl single
Label Colpix
Writer(s) Fred Ebb and John Kander

Other versions

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