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“Portrait Song” from Austen’s Pride at The 5th Avenue Theatre

“Portrait Song” from Austen’s Pride at The 5th Avenue Theatre


[ELIZABETH] ♪ Who are you? ♪
[DARCY] ♪ You’re here and now. ♪ [DARCY] ♪ What can I do? ♪ [ELIZABETH] ♪ The man in the portrait is standing here ♪ [DARCY] ♪ Will she see how very dear she is to me? ♪
[ELIZABETH] ♪ What is this change in me? ♪ [DARCY] ♪ Could she ever love me? ♪ [ELIZABETH] ♪ Has he forgiven me? ♪
[DARCY] ♪ Has she forgiven me? ♪ [ELIZABETH & DARCY] ♪ It’s shameful the way I behaved ♪ [DARCY] ♪ When I proposed ♪ [ELIZABETH ] ♪ When I chose ♪ [ELIZABETH & DARCY] ♪ To say such hurtful things ♪ [ELIZABETH & DARCY] ♪ So much pain ♪ [ELIZABETH & DARCY] ♪ Shall we start again? ♪ [DARCY] ♪ You’re here ♪ [ELIZABETH] ♪ The man in the portrait ♪ [ELIZABETH] ♪ Looks at me ♪
[DARCY] ♪ In your eyes, I still see ♪ [DARCY] ♪ A woman who I want to please ♪
[ELIZABETH] ♪ Do I have the power to please? ♪ [DARCY] ♪ And could she ♪ [ELIZABETH] ♪ And could he ♪ [DARCY] ♪ Could she ever love me? ♪
[ELIZABETH] ♪ Could he still love me? ♪

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