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The Phantom of the Opera
Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics

In sleep he sang to me
In dreams he came
That voice which calls to me
And speaks my name
And do I dream again?
For now I find
The phantom of the opera is there
Inside my mind

Sing once again with me
Our strange duet
My power over you
Grows stronger yet
And though you turn from me
To glance behind
The phantom of the opera is there
Inside your mind

Those who have seen your face
Draw back in fear
I am the mask you wear
It's me they hear
My spirit and my voice
In one combined
The phantom of the opera is there
Inside my mind

In all your fantasies
You always knew
That man and mystery
Were both in you
And in this labyrinth
Where night is blind
The phantom of the opera is here
Inside my mind

Sing my angel of music

He's there
The phantom of the opera

Ah (sing for me)
Ah (sing my angel of music)
Ah, ah, ah, (sing for me)

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
Written by: Mike Batt, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Stilgoe

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bubblegum beyotch

Im always used to Christine starting with “In sleep he sang to me”

So everytime i come back here and she starts with “Benea-“
Im like “is this like latin?”

Alex Conway

@Anne Shields You're right - they are.

Anne Shields

These are the original lyrics I think

Alex Conway

It's because Steve Harley, the original phantom, is one of the world's most arrogant performers, even today, when he tours with his band 'Cockney Rebel' - presumably because of how big his 1975 hit 'Make Me Smile (Come Up & See Me)' was. Hence, when he got kicked out in favour of Michael Crawford, he demanded that the entire image of the phantom be changed to erase any evidence of him having the part (i.e. the white mask covering half the face, as seen today, in lieu of the grey one seen here), as well as the change of lyrics in the first verse (i.e, 'beneath the opera house...' was changed to 'in sleep he sang to me'). This was very much a 'concept' track, if you like, so the final version seen on the West End was bound to be different.

Nina Harrington

@Roberto Herrera we know. The statement above was a joke

Roberto Herrera

no, it´s not Latin... she said "Beneath the Opera House""

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Grecia Barraza

The phantom: angel of music
Me: blink angel of music, blink



Elaina Zimmerman

Seriously 🤣🤣

Igor P. Sanches

Died laughing at this

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