Ten Little Fingers Song Lyrics and Chords

Carol Baker

Ten Little Fingers

 

Ten Little Fingers Song Lyrics and Chords by Carol Baker

 

Ten Little Fingers
Recorded by Carol Baker
Written by Don Grashey
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Ten little  
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fingers reach  
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out to rescue  
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me
 
Tempting are the bright lights that  
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draw me out each night
 
Tempting are forbidden lips and arms that hold you  
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tight
 
When I start to weaken and the  
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urge won’t let me  
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be
 
Ten little  
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fingers reach  
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out to rescue  
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me  
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Ten little fingers  
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stubbing at my  
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Em 
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nose
 
Or  
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little teeth a tiny chin  
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cheeks just like a rose
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A baby girl less than a year  
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etched in my memo
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ry
 
Ten little  
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fingers reach  
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E7 
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out to rescue  
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me
 
I know my man is waiting with  
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love light in his eyes
 
I guess he’s getting tired of all my ali
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bis
 
For every time I weaken and my  
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B7 
blessings I can'
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see
 
Ten little  
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fingers reach  
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B7 
C7 
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D7 
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E7 
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out to rescue  
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me 
 
 
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Repeat #2
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Ten little  
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fingers reach  
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C7 
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D7 
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E7 
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out to rescue  
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me

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Ten Little Fingers?
– The song Ten Little Fingers was sang by Carol Baker.

 

Who is Carol Baker?
– Carroll Baker (born May 28, 1931) is an American retired actress of film, stage, and television. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Baker’s range of roles from young ingénues to brash and flamboyant women established her as both a pin-up and serious dramatic actress. After studying under Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio, Baker began performing on Broadway in 1954. From there, she was recruited by director Elia Kazan to play the lead in the adaptation of two Tennessee Williams plays into the film Baby Doll in 1956. Her role in the film as a coquettish but sexually naïve Southern bride earned her BAFTA and Oscar nominations for Best Actress, as well as a Golden Globe award for Most Promising Newcomer that year.
Her other early film roles included George Stevens’ Giant (1956), playing the love interest of James Dean, and in the romantic comedy But Not for Me (1959). In 1961, Baker appeared in the controversial independent film Something Wild, directed by her then-husband Jack Garfein, playing a traumatized rape victim. She went on to star in several critically acclaimed Westerns in the 1950s and 1960s, such as The Big Country (1958), How the West Was Won (1962), and Cheyenne Autumn (1964).
In the mid-1960s, as a contract player for Paramount Pictures, Baker became a sex symbol after appearing as a hedonistic widow in The Carpetbaggers (1964). The film’s producer, Joseph E. Levine, cast her in the potboiler Sylvia before giving her the role of Jean Harlow in the biopic Harlow (1965). Despite significant prepublicity, Harlow was a critical failure, and Baker relocated to Italy in 1966 amid a legal dispute over her contract with Paramount and Levine’s overseeing of her career. In Europe, she spent the next 10 years starring in hard-edged giallo and horror films, including Romolo Guerrieri’s The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968), Umberto Lenzi’s Orgasmo (1969) and Knife of Ice (1972), and Corrado Farina’s Baba Yaga (1973), before re-emerging for American audiences as a character actress in the Andy Warhol-produced dark comedy Bad (1977).
Baker appeared in supporting roles in several acclaimed dramas in the 1980s, including the true-crime drama Star 80 (1983) as the mother of murder victim Dorothy Stratten, and the racial drama Native Son (1986), based on the novel by Richard Wright. In 1987, she had a supporting part in Ironweed (1987). Through the 1990s, Baker had guest roles on several television series, such as Murder, She Wrote L.A. Law, and Roswell. She also had supporting parts in several big-budget films, such as Kindergarten Cop (1990), and the David Fincher-directed thriller The Game (1997). She formally retired from acting in 2003. In addition to acting, Baker is also the author of two autobiographies and a novel.

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