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Table Of Contents

Another You
I Here Beggar
Brownsville/Home Sweet Home
Pick Yourself Up
To Grandmother’s House We Go/The Escape
You Have To Be Taught
All I Want Is A Room Some Where
When Autumn Leaves Start to Fall
We Are Family
He’s Not Heavy/ He’s My Brother
Forgiveness
Happy Holidays
Sunny Side of the Street
People Who Need People
Come Over To My House
Take the “A” Train
Drop Me Off Up Town
Sophisticated Lady
The In Crowd
You Can’t Hurry Love
This Bitter Earth
Back In Nakasaki
Love Walked Right In
You Were On My Mind
Getting to Know You
All In Love is Fair
Where the Boys Are
No Where to Run/ No Where To Hide
I’m Glad There Is You
The Late Late Show
Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
I’m Beginning To See The Light
That Old Devil Moon
Brooklyn’s Ipanima Beach
Ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do
Ran Can Can
That Latin Sound
Last Dance/At The Palladium
Hail The Gangs All Here
Baby It’s Cold Outside
Some Enchanted Evening
I Could Have Danced All Night
Set’Em Up Joe
If You Dance To The Tune/ You Have To Pay The Piper
Luck Be A Lady Tonight
Come On Baby and Let The Good Times Roll
The Girls’Alright With Me
I’m Busted
It’s Too Late Baby
Come See About Me
Bip Bam, Thank You Mam’
When You Walk Through A Storm
Heard It Through The Grapevine
I Believe
Don’t Whisper Words To Me You Don’t Mean
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THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES

THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES

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“The Night Has A Thousand Eyes” is the first book of a sequel about the coming of age of the main character Tyler Morgan from his humble beginnings in Bedford/Stuyvesant and Brownsville in Brooklyn, New York. To his ascent from the bowels of the “Under Belly” world of crime to his amazing success on Broadway and the World. There are many twists and turns Tyler Morgan encounters on this journey but he always seems to be able, as was his younger brother Tony, to land on his feet, just like a cat in the night.

Starting, ending and reinventing his life as he makes his journey to reach the goals he truly believes he is capable of achieving. He uses as his living mantras the old sayings “It aint over ‘til the Fat Lady Sings” and “When in life you are given lemons. Make LEMONADE!!!”
“The Night Has A Thousand Eyes” is the first book of a sequel about the coming of age of the main character Tyler Morgan from his humble beginnings in Bedford/Stuyvesant and Brownsville in Brooklyn, New York. To his ascent from the bowels of the “Under Belly” world of crime to his amazing success on Broadway and the World. There are many twists and turns Tyler Morgan encounters on this journey but he always seems to be able, as was his younger brother Tony, to land on his feet, just like a cat in the night.

Starting, ending and reinventing his life as he makes his journey to reach the goals he truly believes he is capable of achieving. He uses as his living mantras the old sayings “It aint over ‘til the Fat Lady Sings” and “When in life you are given lemons. Make LEMONADE!!!”

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