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I FOUND A ROSE IN THE DEVIL'S GARDEN (Willy Raskin / Fred Fisher, 1921) Lost in a city that has no pity I found a rose, Little lonesome rose; Where smiling faces, hide broken hearts, In happy places, where sorrow starts: Some body's sister, whose folks have missed her, A mother dear, She's a lonesome tear; For little baby, who went away, She's kneeling maybe, just now to pray: I found a rose, in the devil's garden, Wandring alone, little lonesome rose, For her the sun is never shining, For her the clouds have, no silver lining I found a rose, in the devil's garden, Playing the game, of the Moth and Flame, Beneath the powder and paint, Maybe the heart of a saint, Where sorrow grows, I found a rose. I found a rose, in the devil's garden, Wandring alone, little lonesome rose, For her the sun is never shining, For her the clouds have, no silver lining I found a rose, in the devil's garden, Playing the game, of the Moth and Flame, But maybe deep in her heart, She's thinking of a new start, Where sorrow grows, I found a rose.

    


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