Harbor from the Holocaust

"Rose, Rose, I Love You"

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"Méiguì méiguì wǒ ài nǐ" is a song in Mandarin composed by Chen Gexin, and first recorded by Yao Lee, that became very popular in the1940s in Shanghai among the Jewish refugees there. It was also known as “Shanghai Rose” and “China Rose.” In 1951, an English-language version called “Rose, Rose, I Love You” was recorded by Frankie Lane, and later as “May Kway” by British pop vocalist Petula Clark.

Aired: 09/08/20

Rating: TV-PG

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Harbor from the Holocaust

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