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I LEFT MY HEART IN THE BALCONY (Jeff Barry / Art Resnick) as recorded by Linda Scott 1962 They said he was a talent scout In a big long fancy car; He came through town, took my baby away, Said he'd make him a star! He took him off to Hollywood And not once did he write. I saw his name on a marquee sign, I went to see his picture last night. And I left my heart in the balcony, last row, third seat, I couldn't take it any more! So I left my heart in the balcony And my teardrops on the floor! On a wide wide screen in Cinemascope And Technicolor too, Some good lookin' girl was kissin' his lips, The lips that I once knew! And I left my heart in the balcony, last row, third seat, I couldn't take it any more! So I left my heart in the balcony And my teardrops on the floor! Well, he's a star now and he's gone for good, Livin' in a mansion in Hollywood. That movie queen, she stole my guy, When I pass the theatre I have to cry! 'Cause I left my heart in the balcony, last row, third seat, I couldn't take it any more! So I left my heart in the balcony And my teardrops on the floor! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - September 2017)

    


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