Ella Fitzgerald2013年9月20日

Manhatten - Ella Fitzgerald

Summer journeys to Niagara

And to other places aggra

Vate all our cares

We'll save our fares

I've a cozy little flat in

What is known as old Manhattan

We'll settle down


Right here in town


We'll have Manhattan

The Bronx and Staten

Island too

It's lovely going through the zoo


It's very fancy

On old Delancey

Street you know

The subway charms us so

When balmy breezes blow

To and fro

And tell me what street

Compares with Mott street

In July

Sweet pushcarts gently gliding by

The great big city's a wondrous toy

Just made for a girl and boy

We'll turn Manhattan

Into an isle of joy


We'll go to Yonkers

Where true love conquers

In the wilds

And starve together dear in child's


We'll go to coley

And eat Bologna

On a roll

In central park we'll stroll

Where our first kiss we stole

Soul to soul

And my fair lady

Is a terrific

Show they say

We both may see it close some day

The city's clamour can never spoil

The dreams of a boy and goil

We'll turn Manhattan

Into an isle of joy