Special Sub-Topic: More Random Musical Lyrics!
|"To love another person is to see the face of ________."|
God. This quote is from the famous "Les Miserables." Jean Valjean sings this to Cosette in the finale of the show.
|"I don't know why I'm frightened, I know my way around here. The ..."|
cardboard trees,. Poor Norma Desmond. She is so excited to be in front of the camera again. She does not know that the studio is not interested in her. She recalls the feeling of a movie set in the song "As if we Never Said Goodbye."
|"Letting go, moving on in my life into the _____."|
time to come. In the musical "Jekyll and Hyde" Lisa Carew sings this song to her father before she plans on marrying Jekyll. It is a beautiful duet about a father letting his daughter go.
|"I will come as evening comes, to woo a _______."|
waiting sky. This lyric is from "Out of My Dreams" from Rogers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" It is sung as a duet by the two characters in love.
|"I'm wearing second hand shoes, second hand hose. All the girls hand me their second hand ______."|
beaus. This is from the song, "Second Hand Rose" from the musical, "Ziegfeld Folies of 1921." This was not a very popular musical, but the song is actually quite funny. "All the girls hand me their second hand beaus. Even Jake the plumber he's the man I adore. He had the nerve to tell me he's been married before..."
|"There are worse things I could do, then go with a boy _________."|
or two. This song is from the ever popular "Grease." Rizzo sings this song as a defense of her trashy lifestyle. "There are worse things I could do, than go with a boy or two. Even though the neighbors think I'm trashy and no good..."
|"Shall I not be on a pedestal, worshipped and competed for? Not be carried off or better still cause ____________?"|
a little war. Lady Guinevere sings about the "Simple Joys of Maidenhood" in this song from "Camelot."
|"They live in you. They live in me. They're watching over ___________."|
everything we see. This is a song from Elton John and Tim Rice's musical version of the "Lion King." This song is not in the original Disney movie, but it is a beautiful song written for the show.
|"God help the outcast the tattered, the torn, seeking an answer to why they _____."|
were born. This is from the song "God Help the Outcasts," from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." The soft melody is sure to bring you to tears.
|"Why do I love you? Why do you love me? Why should there be two ______?"|
happy as we. "Why do I love you, Why do you love me? Why should there be two happy as we? Can you see the why or where for? I should be the one you care for." This song is from the timeless classic, "Showboat."
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