Black Velvet Karaoke Alannah Myles

Karaoke Song Black Velvet Alannah Myles

4:51
In the same key as the original: E♭m

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Lyrics of Black Velvet

Mmh mmh, mmh, mmh mmh, mmh
Mississippi in the middle of a dry spell
Jimmy Rogers on the Victrola up high
Mama's dancin' with baby on her shoulder
The sun is settin' like molasses in the sky
The boy could sing knew how to move everything
Always wanting more he'll leave you longing for
Black velvet and that little boy's smile
Black velvet with that slow southern style
A new religion that'll bring ya to your knees
Black velvet if you please
Up in Memphis the music's like a heatwave
White lightning bound to drive you wild
Mama's baby is in the heart of every schoolgirl
Love me tender leaves 'em cryin' in the aisle
The way he moved it was a sin so sweet and true
Always wanting more he'd leave you longing for
Black velvet and that little boy's smile
Black velvet and that slow southern style
A new religion that'll bring ya to your knees
Black velvet if you please
Every word of every song that he sang was for you ooh, ooh
In a flash he was gone it happened so soon what could you do?
Black velvet and that little boy's smile
Black velvet with that slow southern style
A new religion that'll bring ya to your knees
Black velvet if you please
Black velvet and that little boy's smile
Black velvet with that slow southern style
A new religion that'll bring ya to your knees
Black velvet if you please
If you please
If you please
If you please

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