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HARLEM NOCTURNE (Nocturne For The Blues) (Earle Hagen (m) Dick Rogers (l) 1943) Ted Heath & his Music 1948 1963 1968 The Viscounts 1959 Ken Mackintosh & his Orchestra 1950's Mel Torme 1963 Ernestine Anderson Les Brown & his Band Of Renown Ray Noble & his Orchestra David Rose & his Orchestra as recorded by Mel Torme A nocturne for the blues, Played on a broken heart string. It's wailing out the news, My baby has gone from me! Dark shadows in the rain, The telephone that won't ring, Just memories remain Of lovers that used to be! I miss the laughs and the fun, My spot in the sun When I was the one, One and only! The music and lights, Those wonderful nights, The morning mist, The time we kissed! The laughs and the fun, My days in the sun, They're over and done, And I'm lonely! Don't ask me to hide The heartbreak inside, The gleaming light is gone, The light went dark! This nocturne for the blues, Took all and left me nothin', Nothin' but the blues Till baby comes back to me! This nocturne for the blues, Took all and left me nothin', Nothin' but the blues Till baby comes back to me, Till my baby comes back to me, Till my one and only baby comes back to me, I'll sing a Harlem nocturne! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - November 2016)

    


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