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In sleep he sang to me
In dreams he came
That voice which calls to me
And speaks my name
And do I dream again
For now I find
The Phantom of the Opera is there
Inside my mind

Sing once again with me
Our strange duet
My power over you
Grows stronger yet
And though you turn from me
To glance behind
The Phantom of the Opera is there
Inside your mind

Those who have seen your face
Draw back in fear
I am the mask you wear

It's me they hear

My/your spirit and your/my voice
In one combined
The Phantom of the Opera is there
Inside your/my mind

He's there the Phantom of the Opera!

In all your fantasies
You always knew
That man and mystery

Were both in you

And in this labyrinth
Where night is blind
The Phantom of the Opera is there
Inside your/my mind

He's there, the Phantom of the Opera!

Sing, my angel of music!

(Vocalizing higher)

Sing for me!

(Vocalizing higher)

Sing my angel of music!

(Sings higher)


I have brought you
To the seat of sweet music's throne
To this kingdom where all must pay homage to music
You have come here
For one purpose and one alone
Since the moment I first heard you sing
I have needed you with me to serve me
To sing for my music

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    UnregisteredMay 21, 2012 at 8:07 pm
    I love this broadway play. I allways remind myself a christine i look as pretty like her too theirs only one thing can you people put michael muhney who plays adam newman as the phantom in this play he be really good as the phantom so goodlooking too. Christa from stamford ct,
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    UnregisteredJul 28, 2012 at 4:39 am
    I never saw/read/heard the phantom of the opera but i think its like... The hunchback of notre dame. Beautiful girl and the ugly guy and no one likes the guy so he hides but the girl craves mystery and adventure and that's what the phantom has. She isn't scared of him so they get together he does the creepy stalker bit, then she falls for him and she shares his ideas and tells others "my/your spirit and my/your voice,in one combined. "
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    UnregisteredJul 27, 2012 at 12:51 am
    When you are an outcast in the world you want to feel loved but how can you love correctly if you've never been loved...
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    UnregisteredJun 4, 2014 at 11:01 pm
    This song is explaining that "the angel of music" Christine was talking about earlier in the musical, the one who is giving her vocal lessons, is actually The Phantom of the Opera. It shows us his motives and gives us a better look at his personality. It also shows off Christine's amazing vocal range (D#!). This song has a rock n' roll aspect to it, which is why I think so many people adore it (myself included). I think that Andrew Lloyd Webber made this song more rock n' roll to show the significance of the lyrics, inspire suspense in the audience, "hook" the audience, and give us a break from the stuffy opera house. I love this song, by the way! The first time I saw the musical, it absolutely stunned me. I went to bed humming it. If you haven't seen the musical, watch it!
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    Eline de JongJun 8, 2013 at 7:15 pm
    Dit nummer ga ik hopelijk volgend jaar doen als duet met het leerlingen concert van 2014.
    This song I am planning to sing on next year student concert of 2014.

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