"Doo Wop In Harlem" as written by and Paddy Mcaloon....
There is a door we all walk through
And on the other side I'll meet you

Reunion in the air
Acappella meets pure prayer

Somewhere, I can't wait to meet you there
Somewhere, I can't wait to meet you there

If there ain't a heaven that holds you tonight
They never sang doo-wop in Harlem
If there ain't a heaven that holds you tonight
They never sang doo-wop in Harlem

There is a door it may seem locked
But in a little while
Don't be shocked
Above the noise, behind the glare
I know you're listening out there, somewhere

Somewhere, I can't wait to meet you there
Somewhere, I can't wait to meet you there

If there ain't a heaven that holds you tonight
They never sang doo-wop in Harlem
If there ain't a heaven that holds you tonight
They never sang doo-wop in Harlem
If there ain't a heaven that holds you tonight
They never sang doo-wop in Harlem
If there ain't a heaven that holds you tonight
They never sang doo-wop in Harlem


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"Doo-Wop in Harlem" as written by Paddy Mcaloon

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