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My Love Will Never Die - Claire Wyndham (LYRICS)
Love Never Dies (2010 Musical)
It is much much much better than the London version, that is for sure! Since it is a sequel to Phantom Of The Opera, it is vital. However, the interesting thing is, is if you look at it as a completely different and standalone show, and that it has nothing to do with POTO, it is perfection. The reason for all the problems it has are the continuity problems which are very prominent While there are very few changes in terms of the storyline, the other changes that have been made lyric-wise and musically are excellent. Till I Hear You Sing Once More - Not changed completely, but all the rather awkward lyrics have been removed, and some very poetic lyrics added, which are sensual and beautiful, rather Sondheim-like.
The one line you weren't sure on is "and today's our grand debut" Also "It's a pretty heavy rouse" is actually "it's a pretty heady brew" And also "we've been halfway round the earth" not "we bring halfway round the earth" Hope this helps. Oh my gosh thanks so much!
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Love Never Dies
She is then confronted by Fleck, a freak who once worked with her there, who reminds her of 'the good old days' and blames her for 'what happened. An excited group of vacationers arrive overwhelmed at everything that Phantasma has to offer, and speculate about its reclusive, masked owner - known only as Mr. Y "Heaven by the Sea". Meg Giry, Christine Daae's friend from the Opera, is now a headlining performer at Phantasma with Madame Giry, her mother and the Opera's ballet mistress, at her side. As Meg prepares for her performance, she wonders what the boss will think and states she will be performing "Only for Him.