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Broadway Rose - Song and Lyrics by Eugene West, Martin Fried and Otis Spencer

Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose

Year 1920

Words by Eugene West
Music by Martin Fried and Otis Spencer

Fred Fischer Inc.
224 W. 46th Street
New York City

  First Verse
A pretty flower grows along old Broadway, A mid'st the throng, gay life and song I found her drooping there, My heart went out to her I met on Broadway, A faded little rose, beneath the white light's glare:

Second Verse
I think about the rose I saw on Broadway, Her listless face, her trembling gaze, Beneath the starry sky, I'm praying for a little rose on Broadway, Her sad and bitter tears, In mem'ry will be nigh:

Chorus
Broadway Rose, there's a tear in your eye, Broadway Rose, seems I oft' hear you sigh, though you wear fancy clothes and you show silken hose, you're alone, as they all pass you by, Broadway Rose, hide your cares in a smile for to you tears have gone out of style still at heart you're a gem, though the whole world condemn no one knows of your woes, Broadway Rose.

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