What Say You Meg? Lyrics - Sting

Broadway Musical (2014)
The Last Ship - What Say You Meg Lyrics

(Music and lyrics by Sting)

"What Say You Meg?" is a song from The Last Ship the musical performed by Sting.

What say you Meg?

There's an house on the hill that's come off for sale
It's a place I have known since I was a lad
And it needs only a carpenter an hour and a nail
Whit the spur of the boy of dream I've always had

I climbed up the hill with the evening news
I've been sent from the town to deliver
And I stand in the porch and gaze at the views
Util my eyes are bruised by the sunset's glow and the river

I'd imagined a girl with whom share my life
As dreamers are all tempted to do
And the face I always come up
Was no one else but you

What say you Meg?
What's the story's ending
I want you Meg
By my side
What's the use Meg
To gaze at the view on your own?

For rich or for poorer
In sickness in health
I will see this through Meg
No chance of this ending
Such a view Meg
As we gaze
From the house on the hill

To love and to cherish
To heaven to odd
I'm a hard man to beat
If I'm maybe so bored

And I promise it all by the sword of my brow
Tell me what say you Meg now?

What say you Meg
How's the story shaping
I want you Meg
As we gaze from the house on the hill

For rich or for poorer
In sickness in health
I'll be hard to replace
If I say so myself
And I promise it all by the sword of my brow
Tell me what say you Meg now?

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