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Buy Me A Rose
Sting 21605
     
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Buy Me A Rose
 
ID: 17328
   Instrumental  
   Vocal  

LabelSting
WEB SITE www.stingproductions.co.uk
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Grid list of Sting recordings
Number21605
TypeSinging Call
Copies1
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration 
MediaMP3
Artist(s)
Maarten Weijers (picture)     recordings by Maarten Weijers

Maarten Weijers

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Cue Sheet

OPENER    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
He works hard to give her all he thinks she wants
A three car garage and her own credit card

Allemande and weave
He pulls in late to wake her up with a kiss good night
If he could only read her mind, she'd say


FIGURE    Mainstream, corner progression

Heads (sides) square thru
Buy me a rose, call me from work
Right & left thru and turn your girl one time
Swing thru and then, oh let the boy run right
Half tag, scoot back and go, boy run right
Square thru and go and get me 3/4 round
Swing and then you all promenade
And the more that she gives, the more that he sees
This is a story of you and me


FIGURE   

Heads (sides) you promenade halfway around now
Walk in and square thru 4
Go all the way, you swing thru in time
Boy run right and ferris wheel
Square thru and go and get me 3/4 round
Swing and then you all promenade
If he could only read her mind, she'd say


MIDDLE BREAK    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
Buy me a rose, call me from work
Open a door for me, what would it hurt?
Show me you love me by the look in your eyes
These are the little things

Allemande and weave
And the more that he lives, the less that he tries
To show her the love that he holds inside
And the more that she gives the more that he sees
This is a story of you and me


CLOSER

Circle left
I bought you a rose on the way home from work
To open the door to a heart that I hurt
The boys you star right and travel one time around

Allemande left, your corner girl and weave that ring
And I'm gonna hold you tonight
Do all those little things for the rest of your life

 
Lyrics

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Buy Me A Rose Lyrics ID: 2718

He works hard to give her all he thinks she wants
Three car garage, her own credit cards
He pulls in late to wake her up
With a kiss goodnight
If he could only read her mind, she'd say...

Buy me a rose, call me from work
Open a door for me, what would it hurt?
Show me you love me by the look in your eyes
These are the little things I need the most in my life

Now the days have grown to years of feelin' all alone
And she can't help but wonder what she's doing wrong
'Cause lately she'd try anything to turn his head
Would it make a difference if she'd said...

Buy me a rose, call me from work
Open a door for me, what would it hurt?
Show me you love me by the look in your eyes
These are the little things I need the most in my life

And the more that he lives the less that he tries
To show her the love that he holds inside
And the more that she gives the more that he sees
This is the story of you...and me

So I bought you a rose on the way home from work
To open the door to a heart that I hurt
And I hope you notice this look in my eyes
'Cause I'm gonna make things right for the rest of your life
And I'm gonna hold you tonight
Do all those little things for the rest of your life

Lyrics by Jim Funk and Erik Hickenlooper.
Recorded by Kenny Rogers; Luther Vandross.
 

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