Autumn In New York

Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong2009年3月17日
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Autumn In New York - Ella Fitzgerald (埃拉·菲茨傑拉德)/Louis Armstrong (路易斯·阿姆斯特郎)

Autumn in New York

Why does it seem so inviting

 

Autumn in New York

It spells the thrill of first-nighting

 

Glittering crowds and shimmering clouds

In canyons of steel

They're making me feel - I'm home

 

It's autumn in New York

That brings the promise of new love

Autumn in New York

Is often mingled with pain

 

Dreamers with empty hands

They sigh for exotic lands

It's autumn in New York

It's good to live it again

 

Autumn in New York

The gleaming rooftops at sundown

Oh Autumn in New York

It lifts you up when you run down

Yes jaded rou‚s and gay divorc‚es

Who lunch at the Ritz

Will tell you that it's divine

 

This autumn in New York

Transforms the slums into Mayfair

Oh Autumn in New York

You'll need no castles in Spain

Yes Lovers that bless the dark

On the benches in Central Park

Greet autumn in New York

It's good to live it again

 

 

Autumn in New York

That brings the promise of new love

Autumn in New York

Is often mingled with pain

 

Dreamers with empty hands

They sigh for exotic lands

It's autumn in New York

It's good to live it again

 

***歌詞來自第三方***

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