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Reading exercises 2

"You're the Top" from Anything Goes

music and lyrics by Cole Porter

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You're the top! You're the Co - los - se - um, You're the top!

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You're the Louvr' Mu - se - um, You're a mel - o - dy From a sym - pho - ny by

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Strauss, You're a Ben - del bon - net, A Shake - speare son - net, You're Mick - ey Mouse.

"My Heart Stood Still" from A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart


I took one look at you, That's all I meant to do, And then my heart stood still!

"Why God, Why?" from Miss Saigon

music by Claude-Michel Schnberg, lyrics by Alain Boublil and Richard Maltby, Jr.


When I went home be - fore no one talked of the war. What they knew from T. V. did - n't have a thing to

do with me. I went back and re - upped. Sure Sai - gon is cor - rupt. It felt bet - ter to be

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here driv - ing for the Em - bas - sy.

"Easier to Love" from Baby

music by David Shire, lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.


Child - ren tell you ev - 'ry - thing and give you their whole heart. Your wife tells you ev - 'ry - thing and


blows your day a - part. May - be that's the rea - son why a child is, from the start, Eas - i - er to love,


so much eas - i - er to love.
Reading exercises 2
"No One Is Alone" from Into the Woods
music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim



No one here to guide you, Now you're on your own. On - ly me be - side you.

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Still you're not a - lone. No one is a - lone, tru - ly, No one is a - lone.

"Morning Glow" from Pippin

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music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz

Morn - in glow Fill the earth. Come and shine for all you're worth. We'll be pre - sent

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at the birth Of old faith look - ing new.

"Marry Me" from The Rink

music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb

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Mar - ry me. Come on and mar - ry me. Why not a - gree to be my blush - ing bride?

"Long Before I Knew You" from Bells Are Ringing

music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green

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Long be-fore I knew you, Long be-fore I met you, I was sure I'd find you Some day, some - how.

"Tonight at Eight" from She Loves Me

music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

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I have - n't slept a wink, I on - ly think of our ap - proach - ing tete - a - tete to - night at eight.

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I feel a com - bi - na - tion of de - press - ion and e - la - tion. What a state to wait 'til eight.

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Three more min - utes, two more sec - onds, ten more hours to go. In spite of all I've writ - ten, she may

not be ver - y smit - ten And my hopes per - haps may all col - lapse ka - put! To - night at eight.