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Aspects Of Love – An Art Exhibition In Paris lyrics

GEORGE
Damn the boy!
Damn the boy's
Damn-fool schoolboy antics!

GIULIETTA
Calm down now, George...

GEORGE (interrupting, reads)
"Nephew Alex break in, stop.
Stealing household supplies, stop.
Living in sin, stop.
Please advise, stop."
My gardener, J?r?me!

GIULIETTA (smiles)
How very nice!
How sweet!

GEORGE
How handy!
My bed!
My brandy!

GIULIETTA
He sounds like you --
I think you ought to introduce us!

GEORGE
Giulietta.
You'd better cancel supper at "Chez Max" --
This week was fun.
It shouldn't end like this...

GIULIETTA
This interlude was heaven...

GEORGE
How sad to think that it must end
When it had just begun...

GIULIETTA
George, you've got a painter's eye:
Everything is magnified!
I know you're all he's got,
But I don't see why you should go.

GEORGE
No, I must go.
Our little fling has done us good.
I have my paint.
You have your clay:
We both have work...

GIULIETTA
I know, I know.
Don't look so sad, George!
What times we've had, George!

GEORGE
There'll be more...

GIULIETTA
Ah yes.
That's true.
George...



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