bpppbanyuwangi.com/cache/washtenaw/gidoq-fleche-localisation-iphone.php Cos' now I found my heart I can feel for you Now I found my wings - I can fly Now I found my heaven falling from the sky Just like the music True love never dies I'm kinda shy but revealing So lets do spins and roll around in my bed But I can't help this stupid feeling I just want to know you I think you know me Wished on a star so the angels could see Cos' now I found my heart I can feel for you Now I found my wings - I can fly Now I found my heaven falling from the sky Just like the music True love never dies Love never dies No it don't, no it don't I guess I just know now When I look at you Prayers do get answered Wishes come true oh yes, they do Cos' now I found my heart I can feel for you Now I found my wings - I can fly Now I found my heaven falling from the sky Just like the music True love never dies Just like the music True love never dies No it don't, oh no And it feels so real Top Letras Perfect Ed Sheeran.
In My Feelings Drake. Dona Maria part. Jorge Thiago Brava. When true love is there, you shine like a lamp. That light you emit is for everyone in the room. If you really have love in you, everyone around you will profit—not only humans, but animals, plants, and minerals. Love, true love, is that. True love is equanimity. Grief is the proof that love is still there. Keep in mind that a broken heart is an open heart. In this way, love is both the cause and the antidote.
Wolfelt, Ph. Our spirit was animated by the loving energy of a higher power, and as we release our last breath our spirits will dissipate back into that love. Human life is an inner journey from the head to the heart — from separateness to Oneness. There is the same difference in a person before and after he is in love as there is in an unlighted lamp and one that is burning. The lamp was there and is a good one, but now it is shedding light, too, and that is its real function. You will wish that it was. You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. I know by experience that the poets are right: love is eternal.
They are startled by a scream from Gustave, who awakens from a nightmare and rushes into the room "Mother Please, I'm Scared! Christine introduces the Phantom as an old friend named Mr. Y, and he promises to show the boy around Phantasma the next day. In the rehearsal studio at Phantasma, Meg is unexpectedly reunited with Christine, who surprises her with the news that she was invited there to sing.
Later, the freak show trio takes Gustave to meet the Phantom in the Aerie, where the boy is enthralled by the many curious inventions and creations on display. When Gustave plays a haunting melody of his own composition on the piano, the Phantom is once again reminded of his one night with Christine and he is struck by the possibility that this musically gifted child could actually be his son "Beautiful".
The Phantom questions Gustave about his talents and passions, finding that they are kindred spirits. Believing that Gustave will be able to see past the surface to what is inside, the Phantom is emboldened to remove the mask that hides his deformity "The Beauty Underneath". To his dismay, Gustave is horrified and screams at the sight, but Christine enters just in time to calm the boy. When the Phantom confronts her with his suspicions regarding Gustave's paternity, Christine confesses that the child is indeed his son, prompting the Phantom to vow that all his life's work will henceforth be for Gustave "The Phantom Confronts Christine".
Unbeknownst to them, Madame Giry has overheard their conversation and is enraged, fearing that everything she and Meg have done for the Phantom over the years has been for nothing, as Gustave will be the sole beneficiary of his wealth and property. A drunken Raoul is sitting alone in a forlorn bar, contemplating the evolution of his relationship with Christine "Why Does She Love Me?
Meg enters and warns him that New York isn't a suitable place for his family, and she urges them to abandon Christine's performance contract and leave that night. Raoul refuses, citing their need for the money; he boasts that he is not afraid of the Phantom, unaware that his rival has since slipped in and replaced the barman behind the counter. When Meg leaves, the Phantom confronts Raoul and intimidates him with veiled remarks that cause him to question his paternity of Gustave. The Phantom also offers Raoul a bet: if Christine fails to perform tonight, the Phantom will pay off all their debts and allow them to leave together, but if she sings the aria he has written for her, Raoul must go back to France alone.
Raoul accepts the Phantom's dare and then experiences a moment of panic at what he has done "Devil Take The Hindmost". Out on the beach, the people are enjoying the last day of the summer season "Heaven By The Sea Reprise ". A hot air balloon lands, carrying the Phantom's trio of freak show performers who announce the evening's entertainment lineup "Ladies That night, Meg performs a comedic burlesque routine about her choice of swimming costume "Bathing Beauty".
Afterwards, Madame Giry informs her crestfallen daughter that the Phantom was not there to watch her performance and it had all been for nothing "Mother, Did You Watch? In her dressing room, Raoul implores Christine to reconsider her decision to sing and asks her to leave with him at once if she still loves him. When Raoul leaves her alone to think, the Phantom enters and tells Christine that Raoul knows his love is not enough, and that she must sing for him once more. When he departs, Christine recalls the fateful night at the Paris Opera House when she had to make the difficult decision between the respectable and comfortable life offered by Raoul and the passionate rush of the Phantom and his music "Before the Performance".
With regret, I must demand my money back; it simply wasn't bad or boring enough. In The Times , critic Benedict Nightingale gave the show two out of five stars and recommended audiences see the still-running Phantom at Her Majesty's Theatre , saying, "Where's the menace, the horror, the psychological darkness? Raoul is angry at the reception "What a Dreadful Town! In the rehearsal studio for Phantasma, Meg is dismayed and hurt to learn that Christine has been assigned the "leading lady slot" in the show. When you love someone, and you are committed to them, you are willing to stay with them even during the rough times.
The stage manager calls "Curtain" and Christine takes her place on stage. The orchestra begins to play and, after a moment of pained indecision, Christine succumbs to the Phantom's music and sings his aria for the appreciative crowd. Her performance is watched from the wings by the Phantom and Raoul until Raoul resigns himself to the decision she has made "Love Never Dies". Afterwards, the Phantom joins an overwhelmed Christine in her dressing room and the two share a rapturous moment "Ah, Christine!
Christine finds a letter from Raoul stating that he has left for good and she begins to panic when she realizes that Gustave is missing. The Phantom at first assumes that Raoul has taken the boy, but Miss Fleck reveals that she earlier passed Meg's dressing room and saw a smashed mirror and Meg leaving with a small figure. A worried Madame Giry announces that she knows where they were likely going "Gustave!
Meg brandishes a gun to make the Phantom finally pay attention to her as she describes the lengths the Girys have gone to over the years to ensure the success of Phantasma, including Meg's offering herself to men in high places to "grease the wheels of [the Phantom's] high-flying deals". The Phantom apologizes for his failure to truly see Meg and her contributions, but when he unthinkingly mentions Christine, Meg becomes enraged and accidentally fires the gun, shooting Christine.
The Phantom rushes to Christine and orders Madame Giry to go for help while Meg looks on in stunned horror at what she had done. Christine reveals to Gustave that the Phantom is his real father and she tells the Phantom that her love for him will never die. The Phantom and Christine share a final kiss and she dies in his arms.
The Phantom has Meg hold Christine's body as he moves to comfort Gustave, who unmasks him without fear. Ten years after the events at the Paris Opera , the Phantom is now a well known tycoon and the mastermind of Phantasma, a Coney Island amusement park. At Phantasma, a trio of freak show performers Dr.
Gangle, Miss Fleck, and Mr. Meg and the Phantasma cast win the crowd over with their performance "Only for You". Madame Giry has read in the newspaper that Christine is coming to New York to sing for Oscar Hammerstein at the opening of his new Manhattan opera house. She expresses concern that Meg has lost the attention of the Phantom and reminisces about how she and Meg smuggled him from Paris, France to New York City ten years ago. Meg ignores her mother's warnings, and looks with joy towards her old friend coming to visit after such a long time "Ten Long Years".
Christine, Raoul and their ten-year-old son Gustave arrive in New York and are met by crowds of paparazzi "Christine Disembarks". Raoul is angry at the reception "What a Dreadful Town! When Raoul departs in response to an invitation to meet Hammerstein in the hotel bar, Gustave asks Christine why his father seems not to love him.
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Christine encourages Gustave to look past the surface to try to help him understand "Look With Your Heart". When Gustave goes to bed, the Phantom appears on the balcony and Christine faints in shock, having believed him dead.
Moving to the balcony, the pair sadly remember how they once thought their love had a chance of succeeding "Once Upon Another Time". The Phantom offers to pay Christine twice Hammerstein's price if she will sing just one song that he has written for her, but Christine refuses. Gustave wakes up screaming from a nightmare and interrupts them "Mother Please, I'm Scared! The Phantom promises to show Gustave all of Phantasma the next day. After Gustave returns to bed, The Phantom threatens to abduct the boy unless Christine agrees to sing for him again.
A shaken Christine relents and the Phantom leaves her with the sheet music for the song he has written. In the rehearsal studio for Phantasma, Meg is dismayed and hurt to learn that Christine has been assigned the "leading lady slot" in the show. Raoul encounters Madame Giry and discovers that the Phantom is the mysterious Mr. Y for whom Christine will be singing now "Dear Old Friend". Child prodigy Gustave sings and plays a melody on the piano "Beautiful" that leads the Phantom to suspect he is Gustave's father "He plays like me!
He's just 10 years old The Phantom questions Gustave as he shows him around the dark wonders, illusions, and freaks of Phantasma and discovers that they are kindred spirits. He unmasks himself, believing Gustave will accept him, but Gustave screams in horror and flees "The Beauty Underneath". Christine comforts Gustave and then asks Meg to take him back to the hotel. The Phantom makes Christine promise to never tell Gustave that Raoul is not his real father. Christine gives her word and vows to sing for him once more, and then leaves him alone. Stunned by what has transpired, the Phantom declares that everything he creates and owns will be inherited by Gustave.
An eavesdropping Madame Giry becomes enraged at the realization that all she and Meg have done for the Phantom over the years has been for nothing "Ten Long Years". In a gloomy bar, Raoul contemplates his relationship with Christine.
He is joined by Meg, who tells him she swims each day to wash away the stress of working. Raoul says he is not afraid of the Phantom. Suddenly, the Phantom reveals himself to Raoul and they make a bet that if Christine sings, the Phantom wins and if she doesn't, Raoul wins. If Raoul wins the bet, the Phantom will pay his debts and Raoul can leave with Christine and Gustave.
That night, Meg performs a strip-tease about her choice of swimming costumes "Bathing Beauty". She successfully impresses the audience, but Madame Giry reveals to Meg that the Phantom did not watch the performance, saying it was for nothing "Mother, Did You Watch? In Christine's dressing room, Gustave helps his mother get ready for the show. Raoul arrives and Christine asks Gustave to wait for his father backstage. Raoul begs Christine not to sing, and to leave New York with him if she really loves him.
Christine asks for some time and Raoul leaves. The Phantom enters and tells Christine that Raoul's love is not enough, and that she must sing for him and embrace her destiny "Before The Performance". Christine recalls the events at the Opera where she had to decide between Raoul and the Phantom. The curtain opens on Christine, with Raoul and the Phantom watching from the wings at either side. As the long musical intro comes to its end, Christine makes the decision to sing. Raoul leaves just before Christine finishes to thunderous applause "Love Never Dies".
Backstage, Christine is greeted lovingly by the Phantom and the two share a kiss. She then finds a letter from Raoul informing her of his departure "Ah Christine".
Suddenly realising that Gustave is missing, Christine recalls that she had asked him to wait backstage for Raoul, but she does not want to believe that Raoul may have taken the boy. Furious, the Phantom vows to kill the "drunken fool," but Squelch informs him that he saw the Vicomte leave alone. The Phantom then suspects Madame Giry, because of her attitude towards him before Christine's number, and proceeds to threaten Giry when she is brought to him by Squelch and Gangle. Madame Giry confesses that she knew about Gustave's true parentage, but denies abducting the boy.
Fleck reports that she was passing Meg's dressing room, where she saw that the mirror has shattered, and Meg is now nowhere to be found. Christine fears for her child's life, but Madame Giry assures her that Meg would never hurt Gustave. The Phantom believes he knows where Meg has gone "Gustave, Gustave". At the pier, Meg prepares to drown Gustave, who cannot swim, when the others arrive to confront her. She reveals to the Phantom that the resources Madame Giry has afforded him came from Meg's working as a prostitute to influential men.
She expresses her hurt and resentment that the Phantom never took any notice of her or appreciated her singing and dancing. After sharing her feelings, Meg decides to let Gustave live and releases him. She produces a gun and holds it to her head, intent on ending her misery.
The Phantom tries to apologise and console her, but when he unthinkingly mentions Christine's name, Meg becomes agitated once again. Christine tells the Phantom that her love for him will never die, then they share a final kiss and she dies in his arms "Once Upon Another Time" Reprise. Gustave returns with Raoul, who looks on silently and sadly, and Gustave lays his head on his mother's lap.
The Phantom surrenders Christine's body to Raoul, then moves to the edge of the pier and collapses to his knees in grief. Gustave goes to the weeping Phantom, who sings a line from the song his mother just sang to console the boy, and Gustave embraces his real father for the first time "Love Never Dies" Reprise. Gustave then removes the Phantom's mask, but does not react as he did before; instead, he gently touches the Phantom's face in an act of acceptance.
Gustave and the Phantom gaze at one another as the curtain falls. The Original Concept Album was released in March The Original London production opened with all the songs from the Concept Album. However, the show went through several rewrites and many of the songs were rearranged or even removed from the production. Charles Hart, one of the original lyricists from Phantom of the Opera , was brought in to help in the rewrites. The Original reworked Australian production opened with many of the songs from the reworked London production with new staging.
The reworked libretto is the one currently used by subsequent productions Copenhagen and Tokyo. Staging and musical numbers for the Australian and subsequent productions:. The first song released to the public was "The Coney Island Waltz", on the musical's official website as part of a Love Never Dies' teaser trailer video in September The official site later released "The Coney Island Waltz" as a sample track in and as a complimentary music download for customers pre-ordering the Love Never Dies studio recording album.
It previewed elsewhere on 22 February The promotional music video was an excerpt of Ramin Karimloo's live performance at 8 October London press launch and made viewable the same day, with Karimloo singing in a blue-lit set while Sierra Boggess sits quietly on a throne. The official music video features Karimloo undisguised in a flat with a backdrop of projector images and floating appearance of Boggess. The show was broadcast on ITV1 on 31 January Lloyd Webber has stated that Jenkins would not fit the score of his musical Love Never Dies because her vocal range is a mezzo-soprano , not a soprano like Sierra Boggess.
Japanese singer Ayaka Hirahara was chosen to record "Love Never Dies" in Japanese for a bonus track of the soundtrack album's Japanese release. The concept album of Love Never Dies was recorded around —, using an 80—90 piece orchestra. The album was completed in September and scheduled to be released on 10 March , the day after the show's London opening.
It debuted at No. It also charted at No. Both recordings feature the same 19 tracks on Disc 1 and 13 tracks on Disc 2 with each disc matching an act. A digital version of the double CD album was also made available on the Love Never Dies official online store. Album-only track titled "Conclusion" . After Love Never Dies opened on 9 March in London, it received mostly negative critical reviews. And he might as well have a "kick me" sign pasted to his backside. This poor sap of a show feels as eager to be walloped as a clown in a carnival dunking booth.
Why bother, when from beginning to end, Love Never Dies is its very own spoiler. Other positive reviews included Charles Spencer of The Telegraph , who raved, "this is Lloyd Webber's finest show since the original Phantom , with a score blessed with superbly haunting melodies and a yearning romanticism that sent shivers racing down my spine.
It is a great night out.