How Beautifully Blue the Sky lyrics

- Pirates of Penzance, The

How Beautifully Blue the Sky lyrics

How Beautifully Blue the Sky

Chorus of Girls:
How Beautifully Blue the sky
The glass is rising very high
Continue fine I hope it may
And yet it rained but yesterday
Tomorrow it may pour again
I hear the country wants some rain
Yet people say
I know not why
That we shall have a warm July
Tomorrow it may pour again
I hear the country wants some rain
Yet people say
I know not why
That we shall have a warm July
Mabel:
Did ever maiden wake from dream of homely duty
To find her daylight break with such exceeding beauty
Did ever maiden close her eyes on waking sadness
To dream of such exceeding gladness!
Frederic:
Ah yes, ah yes,
This is exceeding gladness
How Beautifully Blue the sky
The glass is rising very high
Continue fine I hope it may
And yet it rained but yesterday
Tomorrow it may pour again
I hear the country wants some rain
Yet people say
I know not why
That we shall have a warm July
Tomorrow it may pour again
I hear the country wants some rain
Yet people say
I know not why
That we shall have a warm July
Frederic:
Did ever pirate roll his soul in guilty dreaming
And wake to find that soul with peace and virtue beaming!
How Beautifully Blue the sky
The glass is rising very high
Continue fine I hope it may
And yet it rained but yesterday
Tomorrow it may pour again
I hear the country wants some rain
Yet people say
I know not why
That we shall have a warm July
Mabel
Did ever maiden wake from dream of homely duty
To find her daylight break with such exceeding beauty
Did ever maiden close her eyes on waking sadness
To dream of such exceeding gladness!
Frederic
Did ever pirate loathed
Forsake his hideous mission
To find himself bethrothed to lady of position!
Ah yes, ah yes,
Ah yes, ah yes,
AH YES!
Last Update: July, 02nd 2013


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