Empty spaces - what are we living for Abandoned places - I guess we know the score On and on, does anybody know what we are looking for Another hero, another mindless crime Behind the curtain, in the pantomime Hold the line, does anybody want to take it anymore The show must go on, The show must go on Inside my heart is breaking My make-up may be flaking But my smile still stays on. Whatever happens, I'll leave it all to chance Another heartache, another failed romance On and on, does anybody know what we are living for? I guess I'm learning, I must be warmer now I'll soon be turning, round the corner now Outside the dawn is breaking But inside in the dark I'm aching to be free The show must go on The show must go on Inside my heart is breaking My make-up may be flaking But my smile still stays on My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies Fairytales of yesterday will grow but never die I can fly - my friends The show must go on The show must go on I'll face it with a grin I'm never giving in On - with the show - I'll top the bill, I'll overkill I have to find the will to carry on On with the - On with the show - The show must go on All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners. All lyrics provided for educational purposes only. Join us.
Roughly 15 years later, Justin Levine, the year-old music supervisor for the lush new Broadway adaptation of the movie, wanted to try again. He had to solve a creative problem: how the villainous Duke of Monroth, played by Tam Mutu, would meet the heroine, Satine, portrayed here by Karen Olivo. Levine made obtaining the rights a personal point of pride. While on a trip to Germany, Mr. This time the answer was yes. If it all works right — and based on a tryout run in Boston and hot-selling early Broadway previews at the Hirschfeld Theater, the odds look good — the musical adaptation of Mr. But the giddiness onstage is in contrast to the arduous negotiations it took getting there. The Moulin Rouge itself is a storied Parisian venue that has gone through many incarnations — cabaret, theater, music hall — since its founding in the lateth century.
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Only you can save him. Satine: He'll fight for me. Zidler: Yes, unless he believes you don't love him. Satine: What?!
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