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Spanish Harlem chords

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Spanish Harlem:The Mamas And Papas.
Top of the charts in 1966.

#1.
C#
There is a rose in Spanish Harlem.

A red rose up in Spanish Harlem.
F#
It is a special one..it's never seen the sun.

It only comes out when the moon is on the run
                      C#
and all the stars are gleaming.
G#
It's growing in the street right up through the concrete,
                       C#
but soft and sweet and dreaming.

#2.
C#
There is a rose in Spanish Harlem.

A red rose up in Spanish Harlem.
F#
With eyes as black as coal, that look down in my soul

and start a fire there and then I lose control,
                   C#
I have to beg your pardon.
G#
I'm gonna pick that rose and watch her as she grows,
      C#
in my garden.

(ORCHESTRAL BREAK:)

#3.
F#
It is a special one..it's never seen the sun.

It only comes out when the moon is on the run
                      C#
and all the stars are gleaming.
G#
I'm gonna pick that rose and watch her as she grows,
      C#
in my garden.

OUTRO:
C#
There is a rose in Spanish Harlem.

A red rose up in Spanish Harlem.
C#
There is a rose in Spanish Harlem.

A red rose up in Spanish Harlem...(Fade.)


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.






            
            
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livia whyte 21 Apr 08, 2013 07:57 AM

Em, I don't think this sounds right, if you transpose the chords one step down so they become majors(C,F,G etc) and put a capo on the 1st fret it sounds relatively basic but is the tune of the song.

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Jul 21, 2013 09:43 PM

I always try to do the original
keys. Sometimes a newer release
will have singers using different keys.
Unfortunately I can't do every version.
Thanks for the rating and comment. KK.

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Kraziekhat 64,745 May 01, 2015 11:26 PM

livia whyte..apparently you're not giving me any credit for knowing what
I'm doing. I assure you I know about transpositions and capos.
The bottom line is, the song is in the right key with the right chords.
It's a very simple song. Check out the Ben E. King version and you'll see what I mean. KK.

P.S. When are you going to submit your tabs, hmmmmmm?????? KK.

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