Mrs Henderson Presents - Everybody Loves the Windmill Lyrics

2016 West End
Mrs Henderson Presents the Musical - Everybody Loves the Windmill Lyrics

"Performed by Jamie Foreman (Arthur), and Company. The song is written by George Fenton, Simon Chamberlain and Don Black.

Sit back in your seats
You are all in for a treat
Everybody loves the Windmill
Showgirls always captivating and always mutilating
Never keep you waiting
Come in from the cold
If you’re young or if you’re old
You will all be there at the Windmill
We can laugh about this weather
When we’re together all our woes are gone
Every show is entertaining
There’s no need to waste a single day
If you’re feeling low or if it’s raining
Then pop in for a matinee
We have got the best musicians
And the finest comic in the land
You will laugh ‘till you cry
And you do not have to wear a tie

ARTHUR (spoken:)
Ladies and gentlemen
Welcome to the Windmill
The Windmill theater made history
It had its own little bit of history
Right in the middle of a whole load of history
I should know
I was there but thirty years
The great depression
That’s my stage name
No seriously
Its 1937 and our company is about to meet its fate
In other words each other
Curtain up

Time for moving on
The depression’s going to be gone
We can still be there at the Windmill
Things [?] are looking brighter
They’ll be even brighter when the lights go on

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He's Got Another Think Coming
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Now is Not the Time
Anything But Young
We'll Never Close
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If Mountains Were Easy to Climb
We Never Closed (reprise)