Ella Fitzgerald Love for Sale [From ''The New Yorkers''] cover

Love for Sale [From ''The New Yorkers'']
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Verse 1
When the only sound in the empty street,
Is the heavy tread of the heavy feet
That belong to a lonesome cop
I open shop.
Verse 2
When the moon so long has been gazing down
On the wayward ways of this wayward town.
That her smile becomes a smirk,
I go to work.
Verse 3
Love for sale,
Appetizing young love for sale.
Love that`s fresh and still unspoiled,
Love that`s only slightly soiled,
Verse 4
Love for sale.
Who will buy?
Who would like to sample my supply?
Who`s prepared to pay the price,
Verse 5
For a trip to paradise?
Love for sale
Let the poets pipe of love
in their childish way,
Verse 6
I know every type of love
Better far than they.
If you want the thrill of love,
I`ve been through the mill of love;
Verse 7
Old love, new love
Every love but true love
Love for sale.
Verse 8
Appetising young love for sale.
If you want to buy my wares.
Follow me and climb the stairs
Love for sale.
Love for sale.

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