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I Found A Rose In The Devil's Garden - Song and Lyrics by Willy Raskin, Fred Fisher and Pete Wendling

I Found A Rose In The Devil's Garden

I Found A Rose In The Devil's Garden

Year 1921

Words and Music By Willy Raskin and Fred Fisher

Music by Pete Wendling

Fred Fisher Inc.
224 W. 46th St.
New York City

  First Verse
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:

Second Verse
Some body's sister, whose folks have missed her, A mother dear, Shd's a lonesome tear; For little baby, who went away, She's kneeling maybe, just now to pray:

Chorus
I found a rose, in the devils garden, Wandring alone, little lonesome rose, For her the sun is never shining, For her the cloud's 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.

Chorus 2
I found a rose, in the devils garden, Wandring alone, little lonesome rose, For her the sun is never shining, For her the cloud's 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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