All I Ask Of You

Hello 2013! I know that I have neglected posting because I have been away from monthly vacation trips back home and the work is killing me. Anyway, this would be a short one.

I have been singing along with my favorite duets and I thought if I could sing classical like when I was in Business Chorale – so might as well give it a shot. I found Geekella, beautiful lady with a very enchanting voice; and so I am using her vocals to complete this Andrew Lloyd Webber’s All I Ask Of You.

I haven’t seen the play nor the movie but I have been hearing this song since I was a child. Maybe when I have an ample time to watch a good play… Listening to this song makes me realize that my voice is not really powerful enough to be a tenor. And yes, I have sung countertenor parts because I can reach a higher range than the normal without sounding too tenor (get it?)

[Raoul]
No more talk of darkness
Forget these wide-eyed fears
I’m here, nothing can harm you
My words will warm and calm you

Let me be your freedom
Let daylight dry your tears
I’m here, with you, beside you
To guard you and to guide you

[Christine]
Say you’ll love me every waking moment
Turn my head with talk of summer time
Say you need me with you now and always
Promise me that all you say is true
That’s all I ask of you

[Raoul]
Let me be your shelter
Let me be your light
You’re safe, no one will find you
Your fears are far behind you

[Christine]
All I want is freedom
A world with no more night
And you, always beside me
To hold me and to hide me

[Raoul]
Then say you’ll share with me one love, one lifetime
Let me lead you from your solitude
Say you need me with you here, beside you
Anywhere you go, let me go too
Christine, that’s all I ask of you

[Christine]
Say you’ll share with me one love, one lifetime
Say the word and I will follow you

[Both]
Share each day with me, each night, each morning

[Christine]
Say you love me

[Raoul]
You know I do

[Both]
Love me, that’s all I ask of you.

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