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Harlem Nocturne
The Viscounts Lyrics

We have lyrics for 'Harlem Nocturne' by these artists:

Bunker Fongheiser Pierce Piltch So I've been thinking 'bout something Lately I've been alive…
David Sanborn [INSTRUMENTAL]…
Martin Denny Unknown Miscellaneous Ive Been To Harlem I've been to Har…
Mel Tormé A nocturne for the blues Played on a broken heart…
The Ventures This is the song of little Jo She′s not the girl…

We have lyrics for these tracks by The Viscounts:

Ain't She Sweet Ain't she sweet? See her walking down that street. Yes I…
Aint She Sweet Ain't she sweet? See her walking down that street. Yes I…
Five Foot Two Eyes Of Blue Five foot two, eyes of blue But oh, what those five…
I'll Never Get Over You I'll never get over you No, I'll never get over you I…
Who Put the Bomp I'd like to thank the guy Who wrote the song That made…
Yes Sir That's My Baby That's my baby No sir, I don't mean maybe Yes sir, that's…

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Comments from YouTube:

Dinofsky Kristofer Winwood

love this version of the song, I remember hearing it in the movie Christine and I knew I had to find that song somehow. 15 years later I did and it was the short version, I could not help but want a longer version of the song then I heard there is one I love this track, it actually helped me finish a story I had been stuck on for a while, it can seriously add a mood to any story.

Parts Unknown

Would love to read the story 😵‍💫

Hector Rodriquez

I been looking for this song for 18 years found it

Mike McCann

A brilliant cross of classic jazz and surf rock. One of the most overlooked classics of the '60s.

David Amori

@Corinne P Morrison 71 year-old here. Right with you about loving this piece!

Corinne P Morrison

Have loved this song...ever since I heard it as a kid... I’m almost 76...

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etherius moon

Hell yea

Timothy Thorne

This is a timeless piece of music that suavely drifts between jazz night clubs and rock and roll. Just sensational.

First released in December 1959; made Cashbox Top 40. Released again in December 1965 whereby it reached the Billboard Top 40 then.

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Ronnie Young

one of the greatest instrumental songs of all time.Hard to believe it was composed by Earle Hagen who composed the Andy Griffith show tune.

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