The Seasons Of Love Lyrics
The song is performed by the entire cast in the musical and in the 2005 film adaptation. The lyrics ask what the proper way is to quantify the value of a year in human life, concluding in the chorus that the most effective means is to "measure in love". Since four of the lead characters either have HIV or AIDS, the song is often associated with World AIDS Day and AIDS awareness month.
The Seasons Of Love Lyrics
Christmas is a time for being with the people you love and creating world harmony and peace. Feel the joy of Christmas with this original Christmas song. Say Merry Christmas in languages from around the world. A beautiful song, sung by our Love to Sing choir. Great for singing along at home, performances, concerts, choirs and church. Merry Christmas to you and your family!
"As we did our final episodes with Steve, it was difficult to contain our sadness at losing our friend and our trusted number one. We cried a lot. The worst was the day we filmed his goodbye song," Fischer wrote. "People often ask if Steve knew we were going to sing to him, because the emotion on his face is so genuine. We'd all been given the lyrics and practiced the song in secret. Steve told me that as he was being led into the conference room, he knew something was up. But he did not know we were going to sing, and the whole thing was very moving."
I loved a maid as fair as summer, with sunlight in her hairI loved a maid as red as autumn, with sunset in her hairI loved a maid as white as winter, with moonglow in her hairI loved a maid as spry as springtime, with blossoms in her hair
As the land changes masks, so follow my maids & IWhether balmy hot and sopping wet or cutting sweet and dryEre my life the good lords fell, I'll prize the memory ofEach and every lass I've held for a spell - the seasons of my love
I loved a maid as wet as meadows, with dewdrops in her lipsI loved a maid as thick as honey, with nectar in her lipsI loved a maid as shy as snowflakes, with purple in her lipsI loved a maid as fresh as seaspray, with eddies in her lips
I loved a maid as strong as dreamwine, with phantoms in her eyesI loved a maid as tart as cider, with amber in her eyesI loved a maid as warm as kindling, with ember in her eyesI loved a maid as light as cotton, with lacework in her eyes
B.t.w. There are also single versions with: "Eric's Theme" on side "B" ; or: "Mais je chante " on side "B"Music composed, arranged and performed by Vangelis.Race to the end: lyrics: Jon AndersonSeasons of love: Koulouris and ConstandinosCopyrights is owned by: Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
Through the door came the soft sound of the high harp, mingled with a trilling of pipes. The singer's voice was muffled by the thick walls, yet Tyrion knew the verse. I loved a maid as fair as summer, he remembered, with sunlight in her hair . . . -ACOK, Tyrion VI
Is this the Cersei that Jaime sees? When she smiled, you saw how beautiful she was, truly. I loved a maid as fair as summer, with sunlight in her hair. He almost felt sorry for poisoning her. -ACOK, Tyrion VI
They would kiss for hours, and spend whole days doing no more than lolling in bed, listening to the waves, and touching each other. Her body was a wonder to him, and she seemed to find delight in his. Sometimes she would sing to him. I loved a maid as fair as summer, with sunlight in her hair. "I love you, Tyrion," she would whisper before they went to sleep at night. "I love your lips. I love your voice, and the words you say to me, and how you treat me gentle. I love your face."- ACOK, Tyrion XV
After a time the candle guttered and went out. Moonlight slanted between the slats of the shutters, laying pale silvery bars across her father's face. She could hear the soft whisper of his labored breathing, the endless rush of waters, the faint chords of some love song drifting up from the yard, so sad and sweet. "I loved a maid as red as autumn," Rymund sang, "with sunset in her hair." -ACOK, Catelyn VII
A whiff of something rank made him turn his head. Shae stood in the door behind him, dressed in the silvery robe he'd given her. I loved a maid as white as winter, with moonglow in her hair. -ACOK, Tyrion X
Unfortunately, the freeze is one they might not be able to overcome. The lyrics tell a story of lovers separated by time and distance. They wonder if their feelings for each other are still alive. A heart-wrenching piano rhythm and supportive cello lines contribute to emotional pathos.
This is another song that does not specifically refer to any of the four seasons of the year. It is about all the ups and downs of life. Listening to the lyrics, you will notice that the words look backward. It talks about the past times spent together with friends, family, and sweethearts.
Spring is used here as a metaphor for vibrant energy and the opportunity for growth, and maybe even love. You will enjoy this classic as it has all the orchestral lushness and string texture a stage musical fan could want. 041b061a72