GrenadaWords & Music by Dorothy Dodd (English) & Augustin Lara
Recorded by Frankie Laine, 1954 (#17
E7 Am Am7 Am C C/B Am Fdim Am Gra - na - da, I'm fall - ing under your spell E7 Am E7 C Am E And if you could speak, what a fascinating tale you would tell E Dm7 Dm Dm7 E Of an age the world has long for - got - ten, E F Fdim E Of an age that weaves a silent magic in Gra - na - da today. C Am CM7 C C9 CM7 F G The dawn in the sky greets the day with a sigh for Gra - na - da G D7/9 G Am7 G/B Fdim Am7 C For she can remember the splendor that once was Gra - na - da C Am CM7 C C9 C Em It still can be found in the hills all around as I wand'r along B7 Cdim B7 Cdim Em Entranced by the beauty before me B7 Cdim B7 Em B+ Em G Entranced by a land full of sunshine and flow -ers and song C Am CM7 C C9 CM7 F G And when day is done and the sun starts to set in Gra - na - da G D7/9 G Am7 G/B Fdim Am7 C I envy the blush of the snow-clad Si - er - ra Ne - va - da C C7 F Fm C For soon it will welcome the stars while a thousand guitars F C Play a soft ha - bań - er - a F Dm Am7 Dm C Then moonlit Gra - na - da will live again Cdim F Dm7 G G6 G G D7/9 G7 G C The glory of yes - ter - day, ro - man - tic and gay.
*Requested by recent visitor Ron Deming