Cats Musical Lyrics Memory

Cats Musical Lyrics Memory. Midnight
not a sound from the pavement
has the moon lost her memory? If you find there the meaning of what happiness is.

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It's so easy to leave me. Midnight not a sound from the pavement has the moon lost her memory? Of my days in the sun.

I Must Wait For The Sunrise.

And the wind begins to moan. Of my days in the sun. Let the memory live again.

Memory, All Alone In The.

Daylight, i must wait for the sunrise. Memory, all alone in the moonlight. Midnight not a sound from the pavement has the moon lost her memory?

When The Dawn Comes, Tonight.

Daylight see the dew on the sunflower and a rose that is fading roses whither away like the sunflower i yearn to turn my face to the dawn i am waiting for the. About press copyright contact us creators advertise developers terms privacy policy & safety how youtube works test new features press copyright contact us creators. Burnt out ends of smoky days.

The Lyrics Of The Song Were Written By Cats Director Trevor Nunn, Based On The T S Eliot Poems Rhapsody On A Windy Night And Preludes.

The stale cold smell of morning. Memory, all alone in the moonlight. Let your memory lead you.

All Alone In The Moonlight.

I can dream of the old days. I must think of a new life and i mustn't give in. This song is one of andrew lloyd webber's most famous compositions and a runaway hit with a life far beyond.