Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Music & Lyrics by: Jonathan Larson
Book by: Jonathan Larson
Based on Puccini's La Boheme
It is Christmas Eve on the lower East side of New York City. A group of friends come together and share the night in a special way. Over the next year, as relationships grow and change, they have to struggle with paying the rent, eviction, death, drugs, and living one day at a time.

My favorite RENT song:

Without You
Without you, the ground thaws,
the rain falls, the grass grows.
Without you, the seeds root,
the flowers bloom, the children play.
The stars gleam, the poets dream,
the eagles fly, without you.
The earth turns, the sun burns,
but I die, without you.
Without you, the stars roar the breeze warms,
the girl smiles, the cloud moves.
Without you, the tides change,
the boys run, the oceans crash.
The crowds roar, the days soar,
the babies cry, without you.
The moon glows, the river flows,
but I die, without you.

The world revives, colors renew,
but I know blue, only blue,
lonely blue, within me blue.

Without you.
Without you the hand gropes,
the ear hears, the pulse beats.
Without you, the eyes gaze,
the legs walk, the lungs breathe.

The mind churns!

The mind churns!

The heart yearns!

The heart yearns!

The tears dry, without you.
Life goes on, but I'm gone.

Cause I die, without you.

Without you.

Without you!

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