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ROGER
Where were you?
MIMI
I'm sorry I'm late...

ROGER
I know, You lost your keys. No, you went for a walk; you
Had to help your mother. And how's Benny? I'm gonna
Upstairs tonight.

MIMI
That's Not...

I Should Tell You
I Should...

Never mind...

ROGER
Happy Spring
(Roger leaves.)

MIMI
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 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

ROGER
The World Revives

MIMI
Colors Renew

BOTH
But I Know Blue
Only Blue
Lonely Blue

MIMI
Within Me, Blue

BOTH
Without You

MIMI
Without You
The Hand Gropes
The Ear Hears
The Pulse Beats

ROGER
Without You
The Eyes Gaze
The Legs Walk
The Lungs Breathe

ROGER
The Mind Churns (MIMI: The Mind Churns)
The Heart Yearns (MIMI: The Heart Yearns)

BOTH:
The Tears Dry
Without You

Life Goes On
But I'm Gone
Cause I Die

ROGER
Without You

MIMI
Without You

ROGER
Without You

BOTH
Without You



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