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Rose Room
Words and Music by Art Hickman, Words by Harry Williams - 1917
G - - -              Eb7               
D7 - G -
- E7 C -
G               D7         Am             D7        G      G7      Gb7     F7 G
A7 D7 G Em
G7 - C Am
Cm - G E7
A7 - D7 -       G     Eb7
A7 D7 G Em
G7 - C Am
Cm - G                Gb7     F7 E7     G     Eb7
A7 D7 G      G7     Gb7     F7 G     (to chorus)
8-beat intro. with 7-note lead-in.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
Note: This song is in the key of G but the chorus starts with an A7 chord.
I want to take you to a lit - tle room,  A lit - tle room where all the ros - es bloom.
I want to lead you in - to Na - ture's Hall,  Where ev - 'ry year the ros - es give a ball.
They have an Or - ches - tra up in the trees,  For their mu - si - cians are the birds and bees,
And they will sing us a song, As we are stroll - ing a - long.
In sun - ny Rose - land, where sum -mer breez - es are play - ing,
Where the hon - ey bees are "A - May - ing",
There all the ros - es are sway - ing,
Dan - cing while the mead - ow brook flows.
The moon when shin - ing, is more than ev - er de - sign - ing,
For 'tis ev - er then I am pin - ing
Pin - ing to be sweet - ly re - clin - ing,
Some where in Rose - land,  Be - side a beau - ti - ful rose.

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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