The Light Princess Musical - Better Than Good Lyrics

The National Theatre's musical (2013)
The Light Princess Musical - Better Than Good Lyrics

Performed by Rosalie Craig. Composed by Tori Amos. Book and Lyrics by Samuel Adamson.

The morning,
after the,
the night before,
the story-

(Scandalous)

Quite frankly I couldn't care less
I'm the most disgraceful princess,
sweet bliss.
Care to hear more?

(Here are shoes,
well they're more like cumbersome rocks.
These'll keep her down.
Tailored shoes customised with great golden blocks.

What were you thinking how did it happen?
They say you danced?)

Yes an air ballet.

(Devils work you are possessed.)

Oh I'm possessed,
shock - how amazing.

For the first time in my life,
I feel great,
-no wait,
I feel one magnificent ache.

For the first time in my life,
it feels good,
better than good,
to be me.

(What a rotten stunt,
what a rotten slight,
What an evil witch,
What a horrid fright.
Threw her mother’s books,
in the bloody fire.
Throw me of an out
Throw me of an out)

The morning,
after the,
the night before.
The glory, the fury.

(There are laws, there are taboos)

Well I broke them and here is the news:
finally, I am truly beginning to feel.

I seem to feel liking for swooning and sighing,
He seemed to like smooching.

Sound all the trumpets a prince,
dropped certain hints,
that he likes,
light girls.

For the first time I can feel,
my legs ache,
-no I must say,
my legs quake, and I must say
he was born,
edible,
delectable,
muscular cake.

For the first time in the my life,
it feels good,
better than good,
better than I, ever knew that it could.
For the first time in my life,
it feels good,
better than good,
to be me.

[Thanks to Katie Robson for lyrics]

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