Amelie - Tour De France Lyrics

Broadway 2017
Amelie the Musical - Tour De France Lyrics

"Tour De France" is a song from Amelie performed by Phillipa Soo (Amelie), Company.

Amélie:
Sir may I lend a hand?
May I take your cane?
Careful of the curb, here we go.

Blind Beggar (spoken):
What are you doing? This is my corner!

Amelie:
Put away your cup, turning down the lane
Listen to the squeak of the bakery cart
Leaving a trail of breadcrumbs
Do you hear the laugh coming from the priest?
He has crinkly eyes
Looking through the glass focused on the feast in the grocery window
There's a display that is three melon slices deep
As children walk out the door holding sweet lemon ices

Both:
Sweet lemon ices

Blind Beggar:
What was that?

Amélie:
An envelope opens
A cat in a hallway
A filament flashes, flickers, and dies
And there goes a hat

Both:
Thrown in the air
Thrown in the air
I can feel every stranger in Paris
Just waiting to collide
How a heart can pull like a moon as we circle each other
Then crashing together

Amelie:
We end up open wide
Here where the buses stop you can find a kiosk under staples and glue
Now the barbershop, now the laundromat, now we're at the metro. Adieu!

Blind Beggar:
Wait! Tell me your name!

Amélie:
Goodbye!

Blind Beggar:
Goodbye? Thank you!

Amélie:
I can see everything clearly now from here!

[Thanks to Victoria for lyrics]
[Thanks to Julia for corrections]

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