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Autumn In New York

This song is by Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong and appears on the album Ella and Louis Again (1957).

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 rogues and gay divorcees 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