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Video Karaoke Meadowlark - The Baker's Wife (musical) (Patti LuPone)

Este tema es una versión de Meadowlark, que popularizó The Baker's Wife (musical)

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Tempo: variable (alrededor de 98 BPM)

Tonalidad idéntica al original: MIm, MI

Duración: 06:10 - Escuchar en: 02:39

Fecha de publicación: 1989
Géneros: Comedia musical, En inglés
Compositor original: Stephen Schwartz

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Letra Meadowlark

What does he think I am
What sort of a weak-willed sentimental sheep does he think I am
Well, I won't even think about him
I'll just go to sleep
Who does he think he is
Who could be as handsome
Who could be as smart as he thinks he is
He just has to snap his fingers women fall apart
What does he think that I'll slink away with him
That I'll follow him ripe and drooling
Who does he think he is and what does he think I am and who do I think
I'm fooling
When I was a girl l had a favorite story of the meadowlark who lived where the rivers wind
Her voice could match the angels' in its glory but she was blind
The lark was blind
The king of the river took her to his palace
Where the walls were burnished bronze and golden braid
And he fed her fruit and nuts from an ivory chalice and he prayed
Sing for me my meadowlark
Sing for me of the silver morning
Set me free my meadowlark
And I'll buy you a priceless jewel
And cloth of brocade and crewel
And I'll love you for life if you will sing for me
Then one day as the lark sang by the water
The god of the sun heard her in his flight
And her singing moved him so he came and brought her the gift of sight
He gave her sight
And she opened her eyes to the shimmer and the splendor
Of this beautiful young god so proud and strong
And he called to the lark in a voice both rough and tender
Come along
Fly with me my meadowlark
Fly with me on the silver morning
Past the sea where the dolphins bark
We will dance on the coral beaches
Make a feast of the plums and peaches
Just as far as your vision reaches
Fly with me
But the meadowlark said no for the old king loved her so
She couldn't bear to wound his pride
So the sun god flew away and when the king came down that day
He found his meadowlark had died
Every time I heard that part
I cried
And now I stand here starry-eyed and stormy
Oh, just when I thought my heart was finally numb
A beautiful, young man appears before me
Singing come oh, won't you come
And what can I do if finally for the first time
The one I'm burning for returns the glow
If love has come at last it's picked the worst time
Still I know
I've got to go
Fly away meadowlark
Fly away in the silver morning
If I stay
I'll grow to curse the dark
So it's off where the days don't find me
I know I leave wounds behind me
But i won't let tomorrow find me back this way
Before my past once again can blind me
Fly away
And we won't wait to say good-bye
My beautiful young man and I

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