Spanish Harlem: - Sung by Ben E. King.

Discussion started by adam hartfields 1 year ago
Spanish Harlem:  Sung by Ben E. King.

  C
There is a rose in Spanish Harlem,
A red rose up in Spanish Harlem.
F
It is a special one, it's never seen the sun,
It only comes out when the moon is on the run,
                      C
And all the stars are gleaming.
G
It's growing in the street, Right up through the concrete...
             C
But soft and dreaming.
  C
There is a rose in Spanish Harlem, A red rose up in Spanish Harlem,
F
With eyes as black as coal, That look down in my soul,
And start a fire, and then I lose control,
                   C
I have to beg your pardon.
G
I'm gonna pick that rose and watch her as she grows...
      C
In my garden.

REPEAT VERSE 2.

OUTRO ADD: 
G
I'm gonna pick that rose, C And watch her as she grows, in my garden. C There is a rose in Spanish Harlem.........
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