Guess Who I Saw Today Karaoke - Nancy Wilson

This title is a cover of Guess Who I Saw Today as made famous by Nancy Wilson

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Tempo: variable (around 60 BPM)

In the same key as the original: A, B♭

Duration: 03:26 - Preview at: 00:44

Release date: 1960
Genres: Jazz, In English
Original songwriters: Murray Grand, Elisse Boyd

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics Guess Who I Saw Today

You're so late getting home from the office
Did you miss your train
Were you caught in the rain
No don't bother to explain
Can I fix you a quick martini
As a matter of fact
I'll have one with you
For to tell you the truth
I've had quite a day too
Guess who
I saw today my dear
I went in town to shop around for something new
And thought I'd stop and have a bite when I was through
I looked around for someplace near
And it occurred to me where
I had parked the car
There was a most attractive French cafe and bar
It really wasn't very far
The waiter showed me to a dark secluded corner
And as my eyes became accustomed to the gloom
I saw two people at the bar who were so in love
That even I could spot it clear across the room
Guess who
I saw today my dear
I've never been so shocked before
I headed blindly through the door
They didn't see me passing through
Guess who I saw today
Guess who I saw today
Guess who I saw today
I saw you

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